Where Are They Now - Friday, August 18, 2017
With the new Thor movie coming out this fall, Thor: Ragnarok out November 3rd, I've got Thor on the brain.
And when I think Thor I think 'Adventures in Babysitting'. Stay with me. Remember Sara (Maia Brewton) from the 1987 hit movie. She was a huge fan of Thor and she had the helmet and hammer. It's the first time I remember seeing a mainstream movie acknowledge Marvel Comics.
Thor aside, I wonder what child-actress Maia Brewton has been doing all these years later. Let's see...
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--DEAD OR ALIVE?--
See if you know if the following celebrities have had a visit from the "Grim Reaper":
Maximilian Schell: He appeared in "Judgment at Nuremberg", "Topkapi", "The Odessa File", "Julia", "Deep Impact" and other movies, born in Austria
Derek Jacobi: Starred in the British television production "I, Claudius", appeared in the movie "The Day of the Jackal"
Bob Hoskins: He starred as Eddie Valiant in the movie "Who Framed Roger Rabbit" and also appeared in "Mona Lisa", "Mermaids" and many other films
(Answer at the bottom)
Learn More About Maia Brewton on Celebrity Nooz
September 30, 1977, Los Angeles, California
Maia Luisa Brewton
CLAIM TO FAME:
She is known for her roles in Back to the Future (1985), Adventures in Babysitting (1987) and Parker Lewis Can't Lose (1990).
Has been married to producer Lara Spotts since 2008. They have twin sons, Rizzo and Calder.
Brewton also starred in the movies Sky Trackers and A Family for Joe.
Her television credits include 21 Jump Street, Highway to Heaven, Trapper John, M.D., The Wonder Years, and the short-lived television series Lime Street.
Brewton has also acted in various theater productions.
WHERE IS SHE NOW:
Brewton attended Yale in the late '90s and currently works as an attorney.
She appears in a 2015 episode of the TV series Odd Mom Out.
2015 Odd Mom Out (TV Series)
- Brooklandia (2015)
2002 Is This Your Mother? (Short)
1990-1993 Parker Lewis Can't Lose (TV Series)...Shelly Lewis
1990-1991 The Wonder Years (TV Series)...Linda Sloan
- The Wonder Years (1991)
- Don't You Know Anything About Women? (1990)
1990 Sky Trackers (TV Movie)...Ali Barnes
1990 A Family for Joe (TV Series)...Holly Bankston #1 (1990)
1990 A Family for Joe (TV Movie)...Holly Bankston
1990 Island Son (TV Series)...Haley Clark
- Viruses (1990)
1989 Free Spirit (TV Series)...Didi
- Hallowinnie (1989)
1989 21 Jump Street (TV Series)...Maureen Maroney
- Woolly Bullies (1989)
1988 The Big Five (TV Short)...Melinda 'Scotty' Scott
1988 My Sister Sam (TV Series)
- A Day in the Lives (1988)
1987 Dolly (TV Series)...Young Dolly Parton
- A Down Home Country Christmas (1987)
1987 Adventures in Babysitting...Sara
1987 Highway to Heaven (TV Series)...Robin
- A Mother and a Daughter (1987)
1985-1986 Lime Street (TV Series)...Margaret Ann Culver
1986 The Deliberate Stranger (TV Movie)
1985 Back to the Future...Sally Baines
1985 Brothers (TV Series)...Kit Montgomery
- Donald's Old Flame (1985)
1985 Trapper John, M.D. (TV Series)...Megan Hughes
- All the King's Horses... (1985)
1985 This Wife for Hire (TV Movie)...Amy Harper
1984-1985 Matt Houston (TV Series)...Young C.J. / Slim's Girl
- Death Trap (1985)
- On the Run (1984)
1984 Blue Thunder (TV Series)...Kathy
- The Godchild (1984)
To see Then & Now pictures of Maia Brewton, visit: Celebrity Nooz
--Answers to DEAD OR ALIVE--
Maximilian Schell - DEAD
Born: 12/08/1930 Died: 02/01/2014
Derek Jacobi - ALIVE
Bob Hoskins - DEAD
Born: 10/26/1942 Died: 04/29/2014
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Gunnar Birkerts, 92, Latvian-born American architect.
Paul Oliver, 90, British architecture and blues historian.
Diane Pearson, 85, British book editor and author.
Shanmugasundaram, 77, Indian actor (Karagattakaran).
Frank Broyles, 92, American college football coach and athletic director (Arkansas Razorbacks), Alzheimer's disease.
Franklin Cleckley, 77, American state judge, member of the Supreme Court of West Virginia (1994-1996).
Mohammad Ali Falahatinejad, 41, Iranian weightlifter, World champion (2003), kidney infection.
Abdelkrim Ghallab, 97, Moroccan politician and writer.
Winston Green, 58, Jamaican politician, MP (since 2016).
Joi Harris, American motorcycle racer and stuntwoman (Deadpool 2), motorcycle stunt crash.
J. S. Parker, 72, New Zealand painter.
Stephen Wooldridge, 39, Australian cyclist, Olympic (2004) and world champion (2002, 2003, 2004, 2006), suicide.
Aung Shwe, 99, Burmese politician and army general.
Harry Beitzel, 90, Australian football umpire and broadcaster.
Joseph Bologna, 82, American actor (Blame It on Rio, My Favorite Year, The Big Bus), pancreatic cancer.
Savino Bernardo Maria Cazzaro Bertollo, 93, Italian-Chilean Roman Catholic prelate, Archbishop of Puerto Montt (1988-2001).
Nick Mantis, 81, American basketball player (Minneapolis Lakers, St. Louis Hawks, Chicago Zephyrs).
Basilio Martín Patino, 86, Spanish film and documentary director (Canciones para después de una guerra, Caudillo).
Victor Pemberton, 85, British writer and television producer (Doctor Who, Fraggle Rock, The Adventures of Black Beauty).
Slávka Peroutková (cs), 94, Czech journalist.
Carlos Araújo (pt), 79, Brazilian politician and lawyer.
Nils G. Åsling, 89, Swedish entrepreneur, politician and farmer, Minister of Industry (1976-1978, 1979-1982).
Paul Casanova, 75, Cuban baseball player (Washington Senators, Atlanta Braves), cardiorespiratory complications.
Neil Chayet, 78, American lawyer and radio personality (WBZ), cancer.
Zdravko Hebel, 74, Croatian water polo player, Olympic champion (1968) and President of Croatian Olympic Committee (2000-2002).
Fatima Ahmed Ibrahim, 84, Sudanese writer and feminist.
Bryan Murray, 74, Canadian ice hockey coach and general manager (Ottawa Senators, Washington Capitals, Detroit Red Wings), colon cancer.
Ivo Pavlík (cs), 84, Czech composer and musician, heart failure.
Tudor Postelnicu, 85, Romanian politician, police officer and criminal, head of the Securitate (1978-1987), Minister of Internal Affairs (1987-1989).
John F. Russo, 84, American politician, member of the New Jersey Senate (1974-1992), President of the Senate (1986-1990), esophageal cancer.
Abdulhussain Abdulredha, 78, Kuwaiti actor and writer.
Luiz Vicente Bernetti, 83, Italian-born Brazilian Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Apucarana (2005-2009).
Segun Bucknor, 71, Nigerian musician, complications from multiple strokes.
Ted Corbett, 82, English cricket writer (The Hindu).
Richard Gordon, 95, English author and physician (Doctor).
Yisrael Kristal, 113, Polish-Israeli supercentenarian and Holocaust survivor, world's oldest living man.
Lengkuas, 53, Malaysian cartoonist, hypertension with kidney complications.
Terele Pávez, 78, Spanish actress (Witching & Bitching, La Celestina, The Bar), Goya winner (2013), stroke.
Daisy Sweeney, 97, Canadian music teacher.