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In the age of video, it's hard to keep obscure movies and TV shows in their respective categories; if you see anything miscategorized, please let us know.

Helpful Links

Most links in this section are to entries in the Internet Movie Database. E! Online and TV Guide also maintain filmographies. TV Guide is the best source for TV series, but the information on films is sometimes fragmentary. E! also has a few brief bios and articles.

If you are looking for information on audio recordings the stars have done, your best bet is: The Musical World of Rocky Horror

Tim Curry

Character:

Dr. Frank-N-Furter (a scientist)

Born:

April 19, 1946

If you are serious about knowing exactly when Tim did what, the best resource I've seen is from the fabulous folks at Tim Curry Fans, who maintain a list at: http://www.geocities.com/Hollywood/Hills/7387/ency/index.html . These people know their stuff.

There are many other fabulous Tim sites; among others, The Complete Tim Curry is an excellent place to catch up on what Tim's been in. Album/CD Credits:

  • Sondheim: A Celebration (1996, song: "Losing My Mind")
  • Annie Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (1982, song "Easy Street")
  • Baby Love/Just 14 (single)
  • Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas (1997, song: "Don't Fall in Love")
  • The Best of Tim Curry (1989)
  • Disney's Music From The Park (1996, song: "The Ballad of Davy Crockett")
  • Fearless (1979)
  • Lewis Furey (1975, by Lewis Furey: backup vocals)
  • Fern Gully The Last Rainforest 1992 Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (1992, song: "Toxic Love")
  • Kurt Weill: The Centennial (2001, song "Surbaya Johnny" (from Threepenny Opera) recorded live in German)
  • Little Tramp, The Musical. (1992, song: "I Got Me A Red/ There's Got To Be A Law" )
  • Muppet Treasure Island Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (1996, "A Professional Pirate" and a little of "Sailing For Adventure")
  • My Favorite Year Original Cast Recording (1993)
  • The Pebble and the Penguin soundtrack (1994, song: "Don't Make Me Laugh")
  • Read my Lips (1978)
  • The Rocky Horror Picture Show (film soundtrack)
  • The Rocky Horror Show (original London cast, 1973)
  • The Rocky Horror Show (original Roxy cast, 1974)
  • Songs From the Vaults (part of the 15th anniversary Box Set--4 unreleased tracks, 1990)
  • Simplicity (1981)
  • Spy (1979, by Carly Simon - backup vocals)
  • The Wall Live in Berlin 1990 (role of the prosecutor)
  • Will Shakespeare (1978) OK, it's all instrumentals, but he's on the cover.

Book on Tape Credits:

  • The Anodyne Necklace
  • Anything Considered
  • The Bad Beginning (nominated for Grammy, "Best Spoken Word Album for Children")
  • Belladonna
  • The Case has Altered
  • The Carnivorous Carnival
  • Cry to Heaven
  • A Dangerous Fortune
  • Dirty Duck
  • Dune: House Atreides
  • Dune: House Harkonnen
  • Foucault's Pendulum
  • Home Alone 2 (audio novelization)
  • The Horse You Came In On
  • The Hostile Hospital
  • The Island of the Day Before
  • Jewels
  • The Jolly Postman
  • Lirael: Daughter of the Clayr
  • Man With a Load of Mischief
  • National Lampoon's Loaded Weapon I (audio novelization)
  • Nightmares and Dreamscapes (vol. 1 & 2)
  • Night Over Water
  • The Old Contemptibles
  • The Old Fox Deceiv'd
  • The Old Silent
  • Rainbow's End
  • Sabriel
  • The Silver Lining (recorded a poem)
  • Taltos
  • The Titanic Chronicles
  • The Vile Village

Game Credits:

Computer Games:
  • Frankenstein: Through the Eyes of the Monster
  • Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers (1994)
  • Gabriel Knight: Blood of the Sacred, Blood of the Damned (1999)
  • Toonstruck (1996)
  • Wing Commander III
  • Muppet Treasure Island

Tim has also done voice work on pinball games Home Alone 2, Congo, and The Shadow.

Theatre Credits:

After Haggerty (RSC), Amadeus (as Amadeus; 1980, nominated for Tony), The Art of Success (Manhattan Theater Club, 1989-90), The Baby Elephant (1971, Royal Court Theatre), A Christmas Carol (2001, Radio City Music Hall, as Scrooge), Cinderella, Dalliance (1985-86), Danton's Death (Glascow's Citizen's Theatre), England's Ireland (1972), Galileo, Give the Gaffers Time to Love You (1973), Hair (1968), Lie Down I Think I Love You, Love For Love ("Mr. Tattle," National Theatre, London, 1985-86), Love Letters (1991), The Maids (1971, Glascow's Citizen's Theatre), Man is Man (1971, Royal Court Theatre), Me and My Girl, A Midsummer Night's Dream (Puck, Scottish National Opera Company), My Favorite Year (1992, nominated for Tony), Once Upon a Time (1972), The Pirates of Penzance (1982, won Royal Variety Club Award, Best Stage Actor), The Rivals ("Bob Acres," National Theatre, London, 1983), The Rocky Horror Show (1973, London; 1974, Los Angeles; 1975, Broadway), Love Letters, The Rivals, The Sport of My Mad Mother, Threepenny Opera (1985-86), Time Off? Not a Ghost of a Chance, Titus Andronicus (1971), Travesties ("Tristan Tzara," 1976, RSC at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre and Broadway), The White Devil (Glascow's Citizens Theatre)

Film Credits (as an actor, not a voice):

Addams Family Reunion, Annie, Blue Money, Clue, Congo, Home Alone 2, The Hunt for Red October, Legend, Loaded Weapon 1, Lover's Knot (straight to video), McHale's Navy, Muppet Treasure Island, Oscar, Passed Away, Pass the Ammo, The Player (cut from final film), The Ploughman's Lunch, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, The Shadow, The Shout, There's No Fishfood in Heaven, The Three Musketeers, Times Square

Television Credits: (Standalone Programs and Miniseries)

Big Deals (pilot only), City Sugar, Doom Runners (miniseries), Earth 2 ("Gaal" in episodes 1.1-1.3, 1994), It, Jackie's Back, LEXX: The Dark Zone (aka "Tales from a Parallel Universe"; episode 2 of miniseries, not the series), The Life of Shakespeare (miniseries), Ligmalion, Napoleon and Love (miniseries), Oliver Twist (1982), Schmoedipus, Three Men in a Boat (1975, BBC), Titanic (1996, miniseries), Videostars ("Teddy Whazz," BBC, 1983), Worst Witch (1986)

Television Credits: (actor, not voice: TV Series and Guest Spots)

Ace of Wands ("Cashier" in episode: "Now You See It, Now You Don't" 1970), City Sugar, Ligmalion, The Naked Truth ("Sir Rudolph Haley" in episodes: "Sisters in Sex Triangle with Gazillionaire!" (episode # 1.18) 2/14/1996 and : "Sewer Gators, Swordplay, Santa from Hell!" (episode # 1.12) 12/20/1995), Oscar Awards (1995, song "Make 'Em Laugh), Over The Top (starring role--only 3 episodes aired), Rock Follies of '77 (series; recurring role), Roseanne (episodes 5.22 and 5.23, 1993), Saturday Night Live (hosted, episode #126, December 5, 1981), Tales from the Crypt (1993: episode: Death of Some Salesmen), The Tracey Ullman Show (1989), Verite, Video Stars, Wiseguy,

Cartoons/Voiceovers (Includes Films and TV):

Aaahh!!! Real Monsters (series; recurring and multiple roles) , Abel's Island (animated version of children's book), A Christmas Carol, Adventures from the Book of Virtues, Adventures of Don Coyote (series), Aladdin (series), Animaniacs (series), Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas (straight to video), Bruno the Kid (series; a 3-part video was released as Bruno the Kid: the Animated Movie), Captain Planet (series--recurring role), Daisy-Head Mayzie, Darkwing Duck, Dinosaurs (series; multiple roles), Duckman (series; recurring and multiple roles), Eek the Cat, FernGully: The Last Rainforest (film), Fish Police (series; recurring role), Gargoyles (series: recurring role), Greatest Adventure Stories from the Bible - The Creation, Greatest Adventure Stories from the Bible - The Easter Story, Jumanji (series), Legend of Prince Valiant, The Little Mermaid (series; recurring. Featured Episodes: The Evil Manta (In Harmony), Thingamajigger, Trident True), The Marzipan Pig, The Mask (series), The Mighty Ducks (series), Mighty Ducks the Movie: The First Face-off (video), Mighty Max (series; recurring role), The Net (live series; recurring voice), The Pebble and the Penguin (1995, film), Peter Pan and the Pirates (recurring role; series; won Emmy award), Pirates of Dark Water, Purina Cat Chow commercials (voiceover), Rick Moranis at Gravedale High (series), The Rugrats Movie (1998), Superhuman Samurai Syber-Squad (series; recurring role), The Steadfast Tin Soldier, Stories from My Childhood: Beauty and the Beast; The Story of Santa Claus (1996, TV holiday special), Tailspin, Teen Angel ("The Bullfrog"(voice) in episode: "Jeremiah Was A Bullfrog" (episode # 1.8) 11/14/1997), Tiny Toon Adventures (series, "Prince Charles" in episode #142, Europe in 30 Minutes), Tom and Jerry Kids (series), Turbo-Charged Thunderbirds, The Wild Thornberrys (recurring role; series), The Wild West, Wild West C.O.W.-Boys of Moo Mesa

Current opinion of RHPS:

Finds it annoying, but appreciates the fans - has mellowed in the past few years

Current occupation:

World-renowned film & theatre actor

Susan Sarandon (born Susan Tomaling)

Character:

Janet Weiss (a heroine)

Born:

October 4, 1946

It's worthwhile checking out E On-line's entry on Susan; they have who she's dated, awards, and even news articles.

Audio Credits:

The Rocky Horror Picture Show (film soundtrack)

Theatre Credits:

A Coupla White Chicks Sittin' Around Talkin' (1981), Albert's Bridge, An Evening with Richard Nixon (Broadway), The Exonerated (premiere, The Culture Project, 2000), Extremities ("Marjorie," off-Broadway, 1983; nominated for Drama Desk Awards "Outstanding Actress in a Play"), The Guys (2001, off-Broadway; 2002 at the Edinburgh Festival), Private Ear, Public Eye, Vagina Monologues (1998, off-Broadway)

Film Credits:

Atlantic City (1980, won Genie for Best Actress in a foreign film), Anywhere But Here (1999, "Adele August"), Bob Roberts (1992, "News Anchor, Tawna Titan"), Buddy System (1984, "Emily"), Bull Durham (1988, "Annie Savoy/Narrator," nominated for Golden Globe), The Celluloid Closet (1995, documentary), Checkered Flag or Crash (1977, "C.C. Wainwright"), The Client (1994, "Reggie Love," nominated for Oscar), Compromising Positions (1985, "Judith Singer"), A Country of Mothers, Cradle Will Rock ("Margherita Sarfatti," 1999), Dead Man Walking (1995, "Sister Helen Prejean," won Oscar, Best Actress; Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role), Dragon Fly, A Dry White Season (1989, "Melanie Bruwer"), Fleur Bleue (1971, "Elizabeth Hawkins"), The Front Page (1974, "Peggy Grant "), The Great Smokey Roadblock (1976, "Ginny"), The Great Waldo Pepper (1975, "Mary Beth "), The Hunger (1983, "Sarah Roberts"), Illuminata (1998, "Celimene"), James and the Giant Peach (voice), January Man, Joe, Joe Gould's Secret ("Alice Neel," 2000), King of the Gypsies, Lady Liberty (Italian title: La Mortadella), Light Sleeper, Little Women, Lorenzo's Oil (nominated for Oscar and Golden Globe), Loving Couples, Lovin' Molly, One Summer Love, The Other Side of Midnight, The Player (as herself), Pretty Baby, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Rugrats in Paris: The Movie (voice of Coco Labouche, 2000), Safe Passage, Something Short of Paradise, Stepmom (nominated for Golden Globe), Sweet Hearts Dance, Tempest (1982, won Venice Film Festival Best Actress), Thelma and Louise (1991, nominated for Oscar and Golden Globe; London Film Critics Circle Award for Actress of the Year), Twilight (1998, "Catherine Ames"), Walk Away Madden, White Palace (nominated for Golden Globe; London Film Critics Circle Award for Actress of the Year), The Witches of Eastwick (1987, "Jane Spofford")

Television Credits:

As The World Turns ("Patrice Kahlam"), AD (miniseries, 1985), Biography (A&E series, "Rebel With A Cause"), Earthly Possessions (1999, "Charlotte Emory"), The Haunting of Rosalind, June Moon, F. Scott Fitzgerald and 'The Last of the Belles' (1974), The Life of Ben Franklin, Mussolini and I (TV movie: aka Mussolini: The Rise and Fall of Il Duce), <="" a="">Owen Marshall: Counselor at Law ("Joyce" in series), The Riders of Eldirch, The Satan Murders, Saturday Night Live (hosted), Search for Tomorrow (series), Sesame Street, The Simpsons (voiced Bart's ballet teacher in episode: "Homer vs. Patty and Selma" (episode # 6.17) 2/26/1995), Who Am I This Time?, Women of Valor, A World Apart ("Patrice Kahlman" in series, 1970-1971), The World of National Geographic, voicing National Hockey League commercials (2000)

Current opinion of RHPS:

Finds it amusing, but doesn't understand why people are so obsessed with it. She's attended the film recently and said it was like being in a room full of people with Tourette's Syndrome.
Sarandon is not, however, amused by the fact that none of the actors in the film gets anything from video or DVD sales and refuses to promote RHPS for this reason.

Current occupation:

World-renowned award-winning actress and sex symbol

Misc:

Sarandon has two children (Miles and Jack Henry) with long-time steady Tim Robbins, and a daughter Eva from her relationship with filmmaker Franco Amurri. She was formerly married to actor Chris Sarandon.

Barry Bostwick

Character:

Brad Majors (a hero)

Born:

February 24, 1946

Book on Tape Credits:

18mm Blues, Cheshire Moon, Citizen Washington, Double Indemnity, Fatal Cure, Flags of Our Fathers, Half Asleep in Frog Pyjamas, Our Sacred Honor : Words of Advice from the Founders in Stories, Letters, Poems, and Speeches (one of several narrators), Summer of Fear, Void Moon,

Album/CD Credits:

Annie Get Your Gun (studio cast), Grease (original cast recording), Nick and Nora (original Broadway cast), The Rocky Horror Picture Show (film soundtrack)

Theatre Credits:

Cock-a-Doodle Dandy (APA Phoenix Repertory Company, on Broadway at the Lyceum Theater, 1969), Colette, The Death of Von Richtofen As Witnessed From Earth ("music drama" at the Public Theater, NY, July-Aug 1982??) Grease (originated Danny Zuko, nominated for Tony award), Hamlet ("Ghost," APA Repertory Company, 1969), L'Histoire du Soldat (New York City Opera), House of Leather, Nick and Nora ("Nick," Broadway, 1991), Pirates of Penzance (Pirate King, 1981, Los Angeles Civic Light Opera at the Ahmansson Theatre; Toronto), The Robber Bridegroom (1976, Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles; also at Biltmore, received 1978 Tony award), Salvation (off-Broadway), The Screens (American premiere), She Loves Me (BROADWAY IN CONCERT At Town Hall, March/April 1977), Soon, Take Her, She's Mine, They Knew What They Wanted (1975, "Joey," Phoenix Theatre, nominated for Tony Award),

Film Credits:

Behind Closed Doors, Eight Hundred Leagues Down the Amazon, Escape from DS-3, Fantastic Planet (voice; also known as La Planete Sauvage), Greatest Adventure Stories from The Bible - Joseph and his Brothers (voice), In the Heat of Passion II: Unfaithful, Jennifer on My Mind, Megaforce, Movie Movie, Out Of Time (1991), Project: Metalbeast - DNA Overload (1994), Road Movie (1974), The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Russian Holiday (1992; 1994 video release as Russian Roulette), The Secret Agent Club, Slither, Spy Hard, That's Singing (sang "Summer Nights" for a benefit), Weekend at Bernie's 2, Working (1982), The Wrong Damn Film

Television Credits:

919 Fifth Avenue, Addicted to His Love (aka "Sisterhood," 1988), commercials for Anacin, The New Batman/Superman Adventures ("Irv Kleinman"(voice) in episode: "Mean Seasons"), The Best of Broadway (musical special on PBS), Betrayed by Innocence, Between Love and Hate, Body of Evidence, Broadway Plays Washington (musical special on PBS), A Capitol Fourth (MC, 1996, 1999, 2000), Captive (1991), Central Park West, The Chadwick Family, Challenger (1990, TV movie), Charlie's Angels ("Ted Machlin" in episode: "The Jade Trap" (episode # 2.24) 3/1/1978), Dads (series), Deceptions, A Different Kind of Christmas, Foul Play (series), George Washington (as Washington; 1982 miniseries), George Washington II: The Forging of a Nation (miniseries), The Golden Palace ("Nick" in episode: "Just a Gigolo" (episode # 1.11) 11/13/1992) Grace Under Fire (series, "Jack Drayson," #224 Mother & Son & Father Reunion), The Great Air Race (Half a World Away), High Society ("Mark Finnegan" in episode: "Finnegan's Rainbow" 1996), Hawaii Five-O (#259, 4/5/79, "The Year of the Horse") The Hitchhiker (episode: "Ghostwriter"), I'll Take Manhattan, In Performance at the White House (musical special on PBS), Irving Berlin's 100th Birthday Celebration at Carnegie Hall (musical special on PBS), The Kennedy Center Honors, Kennedy Center Tonight - Broadway to Washington, The Last U-Boat (Das Letzte U-Boot), LEXX (aka "Tales from a Parallel Universe," episode 1 of miniseries, not the series), Men in White (1998 TV movie), Men, Movies & Carol, Moviola (The Silent Lovers), Murder by Natural Causes, Once in a Lifetime (1994), Once Upon a Family, One Hot Summer Night (1998), Parent Trap III, Parent Trap IV: Hawaiian Honeymoon, Pleasures, Praying Mantis (1993), The Quinns (1977), Red Flag: The Ultimate Game, The Return of Hunter: Everyone Walks in LA, Saturday Night Live (hosted, episode 177, May 5, 1984), Scruples, The Secretary, The Silent Lovers (Moviola), Spin City (series; recurring role), Summer Girl, Till We Meet Again, An Uncommon Love, War and Remembrance ("Lt. "Lady" Aster," won Golden Globe), We the People 200 - The Constitutional Gala, A Woman of Substance, Working (1982 PBS adaptation of off-Broadway play), You Can't Take it With You (1979, "Anthony Kirby, Jr."), Young Guy Christian (as Young Guy Christian, pilot, 1979)

Current opinion of RHPS:

Used to like it, but seems to think we all need to get lives: quoted on DVD (2000) as saying it was time to "hang up our fishnets."

Current occupation:

Actor. His films are in constant rotation on cable station Lifetime. Barry's pottery has also been displayed in prominent galleries.

Misc:

Barry was presented with the American Cancer Society Courage Award in 1998 for his work promoting the early detection of prostate cancer.
Barry Bostwick and his wife, Sherri, have two children, Brian and Chelsea, and reside in New York.
Barry apparently did a stint with the Ringling Bros and Barnum & Bailey Circus; in their 1971 Souvenir Program and Magazine, one of the Klowns has a familiar face and is listed as BARRY BOSTWICK.

Richard O'Brien (born Richard Smith)

Character:

Riff Raff (a handyman)

Born:

March 25, 1942

If you want to know what Richard's been in, the essential site to visit is The Richard O'Brien Crusade. This site has images from Richard projects many people have never even heard of.

Audio Credits:

Absolute O'Brien, Eddie (as Kimi and Ritz), Alex Harvey Presents The Loch Ness Monster (guest presenter; this was a spoken-word curio released by K-Tel in 1977), I Was in Love with Danny, But the Crowd Was in Love with Dean / Pseud's Corner (as Kimi and Ritz, 1975 7", Epic Records (EPC 3018)), Over at the Frankenstein Place (as the "Richard O'Brien Crusade," B side of 'Touch Me' by Janet from The Rocky Horror Show / 'Over at the Frankenstein Place' by The Richard O'Brien Crusade (U.K. release of 7" single), TEA001 on the Rich Teaboy Label, 1979), Merry Christmas Baby / Eddie (as Kimi & Ritz, 1973 7", Epic Records (EPC 1971)), Merry Christmas Baby (DJ version)/ Eddie (as Kimi & Ritz, 1974 7", Epic Records (EPC 1971)), The Rocky Horror Picture Show (film soundtrack), The Rocky Horror Show (original London cast), The Rocky Horror Show Interactive (video game), Shock Treatment (film soundtrack; also released as a single), That's A No No/Master of My Machine (sings and co-wrote 'That's A No No'; single by Dicky Hart And The Palpitations, 6006 455 Philips), Time Warp Two Thousand (CD single), Tuff Little Surfer boy/Touch-a Touch-a Touch me (backup; by group Truth & Beauty on RAK Records, RAK 181)

Theatre Credits:

And They Used to Star In Movies (as Mickey Mouse, with Nell as Minnie; Soho Theatre, 1975), Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (2001, Palladium in London, "The Child Catcher"), Disaster (1978, wrote and performed), Disgracefully Yours (1995 at Edinburgh Festival; 1996 at the Comedy Theatre in London and The Bottom Line in New York City), Eastwood Ho! (1981, Mermaid Theatre), G.O.4 (Edinburgh Fringe 1999, appearing on a videoscreen), Gulliver's Travels (1968, Mermaid Theatre, various small roles), Hair (1970-1971), Jesus Christ Superstar (1972), Little Shop of Horrors (1986, University Theatre, as Mushnik, 1986), The News (City Theatre, London, 1986), One God, One Farinelli (as the older Farinelli, Battersea Arts Centre, London 29-30 Aug, 2000), Robert and Elizabeth, The Rocky Horror Show (wrote; performed in London and Broadway; has done guest performances since), The Stripper (lyricist), T. Zee and the Lost Race (wrote;1976, Royal Court), Tooth of Crime (1974), Top People (acted and wrote, 1984), The Unseen Hand ("Willie the Space Freak," 1973), Uggers and Me

Film Credits:

Carry on Cowboy (stuntman; as an Indian), Casino Royale (stuntman), Chamber of Horrors, The Contraption (film short; acted and wrote), Dark City ("Mr. Hand," 1998), Digital Dreams, Dungeons and Dragons ("Xilus," 2000), Elvira's Haunted Hills ("Vladimere Hellsubus," 2001), Ever After ("Pierre le Pieu," 1998), The Fighting Prince of Donegal (stuntman), Flash Gordon ("Fico," 1980), The Four Dimensions of Greta (bit part in a soft-core porn with 3-D sequences!), Jubilee (Dr. John Dee, 1977), The Mumbo Jumbo (Archie, DVD release 2001), The Odd Job ("Batch," 1978), The Return of Captain Invincible (did not appear in; co-wrote three songs with Richard Hartley, 1983), Revolution ("Lord Hampton," 1985), The Rocky Horror Picture Show (cowrote and performed), Rough Night in Jericho, Spiceworld ("Damien," 1997), Shock Treatment (cowrote and performed)

Television Credits:

Barnaby Jones ("Joe Montgomery," season 5, episode The Inside Man (03/17/77) ; PN 76191993), Brit Awards (hosted), Centennial, The Crystal Maze (series; created and hosted 1990-1994), Dead Men Tell No Tales, The Detectives (BBC, 1995, series 3, as "Dr. Phibes" in episode 'Welcome to the Dungeon of Death'), The Dick Francis Thrillers (one season on Yorkshire TV), Full Stretch (series; as Rousseau), The Golden Gate Murders, Good Stuff (one season), A Hymn From Jim (BBC TV play; bit part as "Reporter" and wrote screenplay), Incident in San Francisco, The Ink Thief (in title role; children's miniseries), Notes and Queries (guest presenter), Ransom for a Dead Man, Returning Home, Robin of Sherwood (as Gulnar: recurring character in series; HTV), Rushton Illustrated (for ATV), The Top of the Hill, The Two-Five, Urban Gothic ("Thin Man" in episode "Thirteen," 2000), commercial for "Hula Hoops" (a potato snack -- appeared in and directed)

Misc:

O'Brien was formerly married to Transylvanian Kimi Wong; they have a son, Linus. He has two children (Joshua and Amelia) with his current wife, Jane Moss.

Current opinion of RHPS:

Loves it

Current occupation:

Appearing in film and stage roles when it suits him, doing charity work for the Wallness Children's Charity...and working on a stage sequel to Rocky Horror.

Lady Patricia Stephens (Pat Quinn)

Character:

Magenta (a domestic)

Born:

May 28, 1944

Audio Credits:

Open Displays of Affection (vocals, with band The Grand, recorded in 2000; unreleased), The Rocky Horror Picture Show (film soundtrack), The Rocky Horror Show (original London cast), Shock Treatment (film soundtrack)

Theatre Credits:

AC/DC ("Melody," 1970, Royal Court), A Bright Room Called Day (at the Bush), Aunt Mary (Donmar Warehouse), Bedroom Farce (as Suzannah, Prince of Wales Theatre), Can't Pay, Won't Pay ("Antonia," the Criterion), Cool Million (Half Moon Theatre), Disaster ("Martha Fortune," ICA), Light Up the Sky (1985, the Old Vic), Macbeth ("Lady Macbeth," the Bristol Old Vic), Murderer ("Millie Sykes," 1975, premiere at the Garrick in London), Patricia Quinn Saved My Life (as herself; Fringe Festival, Edinburgh, 2004), The Real Inspector Hound (Palace Theatre, Watford), The Rocky Horror Show (London, 1973; reprised role as Magenta/Usherette in 1994), Sarah B. Divine (at the Jeanetta Cochrane), School for Scandal (London, Lady Teazle), Sarah B. Divine (Sarah Bernhardt at the Jeanetta Cochrane Theatre), Stripwell ("Babs," 1975, Royal Court), Threepenny Opera (Prince of Wales Theatre)

Film Credits:

Adolf Hitler - My Part in His Downfall (bit part, 1972) The Alf Garnett Saga (1972), England My England ("Elizabeth Purcell," 1995), Hawk the Slayer ("Woman," 1980), Monty Python's The Meaning of Life ("Helen," 1983), The Outsider ("Siobhan," 1979), Rentadick (1972), The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Shock Treatment (1981), Up the Chastity Belt (bit part as "Wife," 1971), Up the Front ("Magda," Mata Hari's maid, 1972)

Television Credits:

A Christmas Carol (Ghost of Christmas Past, 1976), Beauty and the Beast, Bergerac ("Dolly Hayward" in "Crossed Swords," (episode # 6.2) 1/9/1988), The Box of Delights ("Sylvia Daisy Pouncer," 1984), Clouds of Glory: William and Dorothy ("Annette Vallo," 1978), The Countess Alice ("Margot," 1992), Deasey ("Deirdre," 1979?), Dr. Who ("Belazs" in "Dragonfire" (episode # 24.4) 11/23/1987), Fortunes of War ("Mona Castlebar," 1987), Fox ("Liz"), Good Behaviour ("Rose Bryne"), I Claudius ("Livilla," miniseries, 1976), Leap in the Dark (Rosalind Toynbee in episode "Parlour Games," BBC, 1977), Lost Empires ("Doris Tingley," miniseries, 1986), Love School (Beata Beatrix), Minder ("Monica"), The Professionals ("Isla" in episode: "Look After Annie" (episode # 1.12) 3/17/1978), Shoulder to Shoulder ("Christabel Pankhurst," miniseries, 1974), Tales of the Unexpected ("Phyl Tinker," episode: The Stinker"), Van der Valk ("Yvonne" in episode: "Destroying Angel," 1972), Well Anyway, Witching Time ("Lucinda Jessup," originally on "Hammer House of Horror" (episode # 1.1) 9/13/1980; later hosted by Elvira and released on video)

Current opinion of RHPS:

Likes it: "I'm terribly proud of the film."

Current occupation:

Looking fabulous. Fox sent her on tour in 2000/2001 to plug the DVD.
Quinn performed Magenta/Usherette again for the 21st birthday season and didn't look a day older.
Fans may be interested to know that on VH-1's 1999 Rocky Horror "Where Are They Now," she confirmed that she had been a Playboy Bunny.
She is the widow of Robert Stephens. Her first husband was actor/director Don Hawkins, by whom she had a son, Quinn.

Laura (Nell) Campbell (Little Nell--also went by "Sonny" during her teen years)

Character:

Columbia (a groupie)

Born:

May 24, 1953

Audio Credits:

Do the Swim (single), Fever (7" and 12" single on A&M Records, 1978; available with "Fever" or "See You Round Like a Record" as the B-side), I Wanna Be A Beauty Queen, (7" single, 1980, PRE 004 on Charisma Records (UK) and 6000648 on Polygram Records Pty Ltd. in Australia), The Musical World of Little Nell - Aquatic Teenage Sex & Squalor (1975 7", A&M Records, (AMS 7351)). The Rocky Horror Picture Show (film soundtrack), The Rocky Horror Show (original London cast), See you 'Round like a Record (single), Shock Treatment (film soundtrack), Tuff Little Surfer Boy/Touch-a Touch-a Touch me (backup; by group Truth & Beauty on RAK Records, RAK 181)

Theatre Credits:

A Streetcar Named Desire ("Stella," 1977, Oxford Playhouse), And They Used to Star in Movies (as Minnie Mouse with Richard as Mickey; Soho Theatre, 1975), Censored Scenes from King Kong (Open Space Theatre), The Rocky Horror Show (London), Stoop, You Should Be So Lucky ("Polly," 1994-1995, off-Broadway, Westside Arts Theater/Upstairs); Women Behind Bars (Footbridge Theatre, Sydney University, 1985)

Film Credits:

Alfie Darling (bit part; 1975, retitled on video as Oh, Alfie), Barry McKenzie Holds His Own ("Nerida Brealey," 1974), Great Expectations ("Erica Thrall," 1998), I Wanna Be A Beauty Queen (documentary; opening and closing act, 1985), Joe Gould's Secret (as hostess Tamar, 2000), Journey Among Women ("Meg," 1977), Jubilee ("Crabs," 1977), The Killing Fields ("Beth," 1984), Lisztomania ("Olga," 1975), Pink Floyd - The Wall (1982--as a groupie! during "Dirty Woman"), The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Shock Treatment (1981), Stanley: Every Home Should Have One ("Amy Benton," 1984); Summer of Secrets (1976)

Television Credits:

Rock Follies of '77 ("Sandra"), Saturday Night Live (guest appearance as herself in the "Teeny Cafe" skit)

Current opinion of RHPS:

Seems to appreciate the adoration, dah-lings

Current occupation:

Raising her child Matilda Violet, occasional small movie and stage roles. She was a contributing editor to TALK magazine, which has since folded.
(She has sold "Nell's," and her restaurant, "E&O" and other club, "Kiosk," are no more.)

Peter Hinwood

Character:

Rocky Horror (a creation)

Born:

May 17, 19xx

Film credits:

The Odyssey (mini-series, as Hermes, by de Laurentiis--finally confirmed!), The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Tam Lin (aka "The Ballad of Tam-Lin," "The Devil's Widow," or "The Devil's Woman, "Guy," 1972)

Current opinion of RHPS:

Seems to feel it was just a job. He did an interview with Scott Michaels for the book Rocky Horror: From Concept to Cult, which hopefully will tell us all more.

Current occupation:

Running a pricey antique shop in England. If you want to see what his apartment looks like, you can buy the book "London Living."
At one point he put on an exhibition of paintings.

Current opinion of RHPS:

Slightly embarrassed, and definitely part of the past. In a 1998 interview he notes it's fun to tell people about his involvement in it when they aren't expecting it. (According to Peter, that story about throwing a fan out of his shop is untrue.)

Jonathan Adams

Character:

Dr. E. V. Scott (a rival scientist)

Born:

February 14, 1931

Deceased:

June 13, 2005 (RIP)

Art Credits:

Adams was an accomplished artist. According to his obituary in The Independent, "his collages were exhibited at a wide range of venues including London University's Dixon Gallery, the Barbican Centre, Northampton Museum and Art Gallery and the Chelmsford Arts Festival (where in 1996 he was Resident Artist)." His last art show was in April 1995 ("Jonathan Adams in Wonderland", London at the Riverside Studios, Hammersmith).

Audio Credits:

The Hitch Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy (radio series), Metropolis (original London cast, on vinyl: TER 1168; on CD: CDJAY2 1248), The Rocky Horror Picture Show (film soundtrack), The Rocky Horror Show (original London cast), Tomfoolery (original London cast, 1980, MMT LP 001 or reissue TER 1137), The Whole Gory Story (album)

Theatre Credits:

Alibi for a Judge, City Delight (1980), Disaster, Master Class (Zhdanov, Old Vic, 1984), Metropolis ("Warner," 1989, original London cast, Piccadilly Theatre), Rock 'n' Roll Vicar (at the Duplex), The Rocky Horror Show (original London cast, Theatre Upstairs, as the Narrator, 1973; reprised in 1990 at the Piccaddilly), Tomfoolery ("Jonathan," 1980, original London cast, Criterion Theatre), multiple one-man shows (Jonathan Adams' Happy Hour; other titles? shows in Richmond, the Orange Tree Theatre, and Hampstead), Valentine's Day (Chichester, 1991)

Film Credits:

Adventures of a Plumber's Mate ("Rent collector," 1978), Adventures of a Private Eye (1977, "Inspector Hogg"), Eskimo Nell (1975, "Lord Coltwind"), Revolution (1985, "Chaplain"), The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Two Evil Eyes (1990, "Hammer")

Television Credits:

The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes II (1985, "Jonas Oldacre"), Antony and Cleopatra (1981, "Ventidius"), Barchester Chronicles (miniseries,1984, "Quiverful"), Bergerac (1981 series, Dr. Lejeune), The Bill (appearance in a series), The Bride in Black ("Lee," 1990), Danny the Champion of the World ("Samways," 1989), The Day After the Fair ("Parnell," 1987), Exploits at West Poley ("Miller Griffin," 1985), First Among Equals, The Invisible Man (1984 miniseries, "Teddy Henfrey"), Jesus of Nazareth ("Adam," 1977), Kavanagh QC (appearance in a series), King Richard the Second ("Gardener," 1978), London Embassy (1987 miniseries, "Zeller"), Nemesis (aka "Miss Marple: Nemesis," 1987, bit part as "Carter"), Pegasus (appearance in series), Star Cops (series, eps. 4-9, "Alexander Krivenko," 1987), Triton (appearance in series), Yes, Prime Minister (appearance in series), Z Cars (appearance in a series)

Current opinion of RHPS:

Deceased. Liked it.

Current occupation:

Deceased. Adams was an actor (retired) and an artist, whose last art show was in April 1995, two months before his death.

Michael Lee Aday (born Marvin Lee Aday, a/k/a Meat Loaf)

Character:

Eddie (ex-delivery boy)

Born:

September 27, 1947

Audio Credits:

Bad Attitude, Bat out of Hell, Bat out of Hell II (won Grammy for best vocal on the single), Blind Before I Stop, Dead Ringer, Desperation Angel, Free For All by Ted Nugent (vocals), Hits out of Hell, Live Around the World, Midnight at the Lost and Found, Pavarotti and Friends Sing for the Children of Bosnia, The Rocky Horror Picture Show (film soundtrack), The Rocky Horror Show (original L.A. cast), VH-2 Storytellers, Welcome to the Neighborhood

Book:

To Hell and Back: An Autobiography (1999, with some RHPS info and photos)

Theatre Credits:

As You Like It (Joseph Papp's Shakespeare in the Park), Hair (Detroit, Broadway, Pittsburgh, Buffalo), More Than You Deserve (nominated for an Obie), Rainbow (as the Buddha, off-Broadway), Rock-a-Bye Hamlet (Minskoff Theatre, NYC), The Rocky Horror Show (Los Angeles and Broadway), Silver Queen

Film Credits:

Americathon (1979, "Oklahoma daredevil"), Black Dog (1998, "Red"), Crazy in Alabama (1999, "Sheriff John Doggett"), Dead Ringer (1991), Everything that Rises, Der Formel Eins Film (Feel the Motion), Fight Club (1999, "Robert Paulson"), The Gun in Betty Lou's Handbag (1992, "Larry"), Gunshy (1998, "Lew Collins"), The Hurdy Gurdy Man (1999) Leap of Faith (1992, "Hoover"), The Mighty (1998, "Iggy"), Motorama (1992), Out of Bounds (1986, "Gil"), Outside Ozona ("Floyd Bibbs," 1998), Roadie (1980, "Travis W. Redfish"), The Rock & Roll Movie, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Scavenger Hunt (1979, "Scum"), Spice World (1997, "Dennis," the bus driver), The Squeeze (1987), Wayne's World (1992, "Tiny")

Television Credits:

The Equalizer(series: "Sugar Fly Simon" in episode: "Bump And Run" (episode # 1.10) 11/20/1985), Everything that Rises (TV movie, "Red," 1998), Lifetime Applauds the Fight Against Breast Cancer, The List (on VH-1), Nash Bridges, Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher, The Rocky Horror Picture Show (hosted Fox's broadcast), Saturday Night Live (musical guest, episode #61, March 25, 1978; musical guest and sketch with Tim Curry, episode #126, December 5, 1981), South Park (series; as an animated version of himself), Tales From the Crypt (1989, "Chumley" in episode: "What's Cookin"), To Catch a Yeti (1995, "Big Jake Grizzly"), VH-1 Storytellers

Current opinion of RHPS:

Loves it

Current occupation:

Worldwide Rock-n-Roll Star, movie actor, and self-declared sex symbol

Charles Gray (some theater credits as Donald Gray; born Charles Donald Marshall Gray)

Character:

Criminologist (an expert)

Born:

August 29, 1928

Deceased:

March 7, 2000 (RIP)

Audio Credits:

King Henry the Fifth (record, Shakespeare Recording Society, 1967), Rocky Horror Picture Show soundtrack, Shock Treatment (film soundtrack), Time Warp 1990 Remix, Titus Andronicus ("Saturninus," Arkangel Complete Shakespeare Series)

Theatre Credits:

The Alchemist (Sir Epicure Mammon), As You Like It (1952 for Robert Atkins in Regent's Park, playing Charles the Wrestler), Cymbeline, Macbeth (Macduff at the Old Vic ), Everything in the Garden (West End), Expresso Bongo (Captain Cyril Mavors), Keane (William, Prince of Wales, 1961 on Broadway), The Man Who Came to Dinner (1980, London's Chichester Theatre Festival), Othello (Lodovico to Richard Burton's and John Neville's Othellos at the Old Vic), Poor Bitos (1964, won Clarence Derwent Award for best supporting actor), The Right Honorable Gentleman (1965, starred, New York), Richard II (Bolingbroke at the Old Vic), Romeo and Juliet (Escalus at the Old Vic), Troilus and Cressida (Achilles in Tyrone Guthrie's Edwardian revival)

Film Credits:

The Beast Must Die (1974, "Arthur Bennington"), Cromwell (1970, "The Earl of Essex"), The Black Whip (1956, "Chick Hainline", aka The Man With a Whip), The Desperate Man (1959, "Lawson"), The Devil's Bride (aka "The Devil Rides Out," 1968, "Mocata"), Diamonds are Forever (1971, "Ernst Blofeld"), The Entertainer ("Columnist," 1960), The Executioner (1970, "Vaughan Jones "), The File of the Golden Goose (1969, "Harrison, 'The Owl'"), Follow a Star (1959, uncredited, "Taciturn Man at Party"), Eine Frau Namens Harry (1990, Satan), God is My Partner (1957, "Man"), Heart of a Child (1958, "Fritz Heiss"), I Accuse! (1958, "Captain Brossard,"), The Jigsaw Man (1983, "Sir James Charley"), The Legacy (1979, "Karl"), Man in the Moon (1960, "Leo"), The Man Outside (1967), Masquerade (1965, "Benson"), The Mirror Crack'd (1980, "Bates, The Butler"), Mosquito Squadron (1969, "Hufford"), The Night of the Generals (1967, "General von Seidlitz-Gabler"), The Nine Ages of Nakedness (1969, Narrator), One Desire (1955, uncredited, "Vernon's son"), Ride a Violent Mile ("Dory," 1957), The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975, "The Criminologist"), The Secret War of Harry Frigg, (1968, "General Cox-Roberts"), Seven Nights in Japan (1976, "Hollander"), The Seven-Per-Cent Solution ("Mycroft Holmes," 1976), Silver Bears (1977, "Charles Cook"), Shock Treatment, The Tichborne Claimant ("Arundell," 1998), Tommy the Toreador (1959, "Gomez"), The Unknown Terror (1957, "Jim Wheatley"), Wild Rovers (1971, "Savage"), You Only Live Twice (1967, "Henderson")

Television Credits:

The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1984-85, "Mycroft Holmes"), The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes II (1985, "Mycroft Holmes"), Asquith in Orbit (1971, aka "Thirty-Minute Theatre: Asquith in Orbit"), Bergerac (in episode: "What Dreams May Come True" (episode # 4.3), 10/25/1985), Black Saddle (series, in episode: "Client: McQueen" (episode # 1.3) 1/24/1959), Blackeyes (miniseries, 1989, "Sebastian"), Cariani and the Courtesans (1987, "Narrator"), CATS Eyes (series, "Sir Jack Fenn" in episode: "Fit" 1986), Charles & Diana: A Royal Love Story (1982, "Earl of Spencer", The Cherry Orchard (1971), The Closed Shop (1970), Comedy of Errors (1983, "Solinus, Duke of Ephesus"), Danger Man ("Zameda" in episode: "The Coyannis Story" and "Alex" in episode: "The Key" (episode # 1.11), 1960), Dreams Lost Dreams Found (1987, "Jason"), Ellen Foster, An Englishman Abroad (1983, "Claudius"), A Fall of Eagles (miniseries, 1973) Gunslinger, Gunsmoke, Hannay (1988, "Commander Nevil"), Hay Fever (1968, "Richard Greatham"), Hazell (series, "Brownhill" in episode: "Hazell & the Deptford"), The House on Garibaldi Street (1979, "Gen. Lischke"), Ike (1979, miniseries, "General 'Freddie' DeGuingand"), The Invisible Man ("Peter Thal" in episode: "The Vanishing Evidence," 1959), The Iron Horse (series, in episode: "High Devil" (episode # 1.3) 9/26/1966), Jenkins (Thirty-Minute Theatre, 1971), Julius Caesar ("Caesar," 1979), Katts and Dog (series) in episode: "Number One With A Bullet" (episode # 3.16) 1990, King Richard the Second ("Duke of York," 1978), Lady Windermere's Fan (1972), Longitude (2000, "Admiral Balchen"), A Love Affair: The Eleanor and Lou Gehrig Story, Madson (1996, TV series, "Sir Ranald Hearnley"), Marie (series, various roles, 1980-81) , The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes ("Mycroft Holmes" in episode: "The Mazarin Stone" (episode # 1.5)), The Merchant of Venice (1972, "Antonio"), Michael Regan (1971), The Millionairess (aka: Play of the Month: The Millionairess, 1972), The Moon and Sixpence (1967), Murder on the Midnight Express (aka Night is the Time for Killing, 1975), Mutiny (1975), The New Statesman (series, "Roland Gidleigh-Park" in episode "Baa Baa Black Sheep" (episode # 1.7) 10/25/1987 and in episode: "Waste Not, Want Not" (episode # 1.4) 10/4/1987), Out of This World (series, "Abel Jones" in episode: "The Tycoons" 1962), Perry Mason (series, "Jack Baker" in episode: "The Case of the Bullied Bowler" (episode # 8.7) 11/5/1964), The Philanthropist (1975), Porterhouse Blue (1987, miniseries, Sir Cathcart D'Eath ), The Return of Sherlock Holmes (1986, "Mycroft Holmes"), The Return of Sherlock Holmes II (1988, "Mycroft Holmes", episode "The Bruce-Partington Plans"), Room With a View (aka Play of the Month: Room with a View", 1973), (1970, aka Play of the Month: Ross), Scarlett (1994 miniseries, "The Judge"), Something to Hide (1968, TV series), Tales from the Poop Deck (1991, TV series), The Tea Party, Troilus & Cressida ("Pandarus," 1981) Twelfth Night, The Upper Crusts (1973 TV series, "Lord Seacroft/Lord Seacroft Snr."), Upstairs Downstairs (Sir Edwin Partridge)

Last known opinion of RHPS:

Indifferent (He made it a point never to see any of his movies.)

Current occupation:

Deceased after a long stage and film career.