WOAH! That Was THAT Dude? – Seth Green

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I’m pretty sure everyone is familiar with Seth Green, even if they don’t know it. He is the voice of Chris Griffin in Family guy,

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He is the creator of Robot Chicken,

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Where Are They Now? – Doug Hutchison

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This is one hell of a “Where Are They Now!” Mainly because I didn’t realize that this was “That Guy” until the other day. Since the fact eluded me for quite a while, it may have eluded you as well. This may not be news to you, however, but that’s OK. I did some serious digging around and managed to come up with some pretty good stuff on this, even if I do look like a dirty perv for it.

You are probably familiar with Doug Hutchison as the wretched piece of garbage that was Percy Wetmore from “The Green Mile.” There’s a short clip from the movie above, if you need reminding. He was also a security tech in “Lawnmower Man,” another Stephen King movie in ’92. The most notable things in his career since “The Green Mile” in ’99 are as follows:

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Where Are They Now? – Adam Storke

Most of these articles, I realized, were focusing on child stars from Stephen King’s movies. I wanted to change it up a bit, so I decided to look up Adam Storke. You may recognize him as the lovable asshole, Larry Underwood, from “The Stand.” It comes to mind because a few people have requested the movie to be covered on Movie Club, but I am dreading trying to cover an 8 hour movie (mini-series is the proper term, but you get what I mean) in a 15 minute episode of Movie Club. I will probably have to do it in parts.

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Where Are They Now? – Danny Lloyd

Danny Lloyd as Danny Torrence from "The Shining"

You may remember Danny Lloyd as Danny Torrence from “The Shining.” Well, in my quest to find out what happened to this former child star and still horror icon, I found remarkably little. According to his IMDb page, he did one other movie two years later called “Will: The Autobiography of G. Gordan Liddy” that was made for TV. After that, he dropped off the proverbial map.

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