CT HorrorFest

CT HorrorFest comes to Naugatuck on September 14, 2019! We will have our show at the Naugatuck Event Center – our largest venue yet!


GUESTS:

Danielle Harris

Our next guest has been called “horror’s reigning scream queen” by the NY Daily News as well as “the Natalie Portman of Horror” by director Sylvia Soska. Danielle Harris began her career with a three-year stint on One Life to Live that she landed when she was just seven years old. However, it wasn’t until the ripe old-age of ten that she got her first taste of horror when she won the starring role of Jamie Lloyd in Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers and then reprised that role in the 1989 sequel.

Following those Halloween films, Danielle focused her attention on larger, non-horror films where she continued to knock it out of the park in movies like The Last Boy Scout and Free Willy as well as a recurring role as Conner neighbor and Darlene rival Molly Tilden on the hit TV show Roseanne. After a quick turn in 1988’s Urban Legend, Danielle made her way back to our beloved horror genre for good when she was cast as Annie Brackett in Rob Zombie’s remake of Halloween.

CT HorrorFest is psyched to bring Danielle Harris to our state in 2019!

Films: Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers, Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers, Halloween (2007), Halloween 2 (2009), Marked for Death, Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead, Hatchet II & III, Stake Land, Victor Crowley, See No Evil 2

Television: One Life to Live, Spencer: For Hire, Roseanne, Growing Pains, ER, Holliston

David Naughton

It’s only fitting that our first guest is a Connecticut native. Born in West Hartford, David Naughton caught the acting bug early on in his high school days. He appeared in plenty of plays and musicals before heading to the prestigious London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art to hone his craft.

After leaving London for New York, David quickly burst into the mainstream as the face of Dr. Pepper’s “Be a Pepper” ad campaign that ran on television for years. He then landed the starring role on the television series Makin’ It where he also recorded the theme song which peaked at number 5 on the Billboard charts.

It was in 1981, however, when he landed a place in the hearts of horror fans everywhere with his starring role as David Kessler in John Landis’ An American Werewolf in London; widely considered to be one of the greatest werewolf films of all time.

CT HorrorFest Proudly welcomes David Naughton to our 2019 event!

Films: An American Werewolf in London, Midnight Madness, Hot Dog…The Movie, Amityville: A New Generation, Ice Cream Man, Big Bad Wolf

Television: Planet of the Apes, Makin’ It, The Love Boat, My Sister Sam, The Twilight Zone, Seinfeld, MacGyver, Sharknado 5: Global Swarming, Holliston, American Horror Story

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