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Where Are They Now - Friday, October 20, 2017

Hello fans,

It's almost Halloween, so what better way to gear up for the spooky festivities than with an actress well known for her iconic role in A Nightmare on Elm Street series. Heather Langenkamp is well known for playing Nancy Thompson in the classic horror film.

What has she been up to lately? Let's find out now!

Take care,

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See if you know if the following celebrities have had a visit from the "Grim Reaper":

Armand Assante: Appeared in many movie roles, including "The Mambo Kings", "Private Benjamin" and "Unfaithfully Yours"

Arlene Dahl: She appeared in "My Wild Irish Rose", "Reign of Terror", "Three Little Words" and other movies

James Burrows: Directed the TV series "Cheers", "Frasier", "NewsRadio" and many others

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Heather Langenkamp

Learn More About Heather Langenkamp on Celebrity Nooz

BIRTH DATE: July 17, 1964, Tulsa, Oklahoma

CLAIM TO FAME: She is best known for her role as Nancy Thompson from the A Nightmare on Elm Street films, and also known for her role as Marie Lubbock on the sitcom Just the Ten of Us.

FAMILY LIFE: She was married to Alan Pasqua (1984-1987). She has been married to makeup artist David LeRoy Anderson since 1989. They have a son David and a daughter Isabelle.

INFO: She first started acting in her late teens with a role in Francis Ford Coppola's The Outsiders (1983), although her scenes were deleted. The next year she starred in Nickel Mountain. She was studying at Stanford University when she got her big break in Wes Craven's A Nightmare on Elm Street, playing teen heroine Nancy Thompson.

She reprised this role in A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors (1987), in which she co-starred alongside Patricia Arquette and Laurence Fishburne.

Langenkamp also found success playing Marie Lubbock on the television series Just the Ten of Us from 1988 to 1990. The show received critical acclaim and has gained a cult following.

In 1994, she starred as herself in the critically and commercially successful film Wes Craven's New Nightmare alongside Robert Englund.

Langenkamp and her husband own and operate AFX Studio, a Special F/X Make-Up firm that is credited with the special make-up for many successful films such as Dawn of the Dead, The Cabin in the Woods, Cinderella Man, Dogtown and Z-Boys, Frost/Nixon, Bruce Almighty, Evan Almighty, Dragonfly and Angels and Demons.

In 2010, she was the executive producer of the documentary Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy. She also starred in and narrated the documentary. Also that year, she made her documentary, which was titled I Am Nancy, which focused on her role as Nancy from the A Nightmare on Elm Street franchise.

TRIVIA: Her father Robert Dobie Langenkamp, is a petroleum attorney who served as Deputy Assistant Secretary of Energy in both the Carter Administration (where he was largely responsible for realizing the Strategic Petroleum Reserve) and the Clinton Administration, and as Director of the National Energy & Environmental Law & Policy Institute of the University of Tulsa College of Law.

Has German, English, and Scottish ancestry.

Graduated from The National Cathedral School for Girls in Washington, D.C.

Received the 1985 Best Actress Award at the Avoriaz Film Festival for her iconic role as Nancy Thompson.

Became one of the original scream queens.

Many elements of the plot for Wes Craven's New Nightmare are based on an incident in Langenkamp received numerous threatening letters from an obsessed fan after the cancellation of "Just the Ten of Us".

Her voice appears three times in the song "Are You Ready for Freddy" by the Fat Boys, which plays at the end of A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master (1988).

Took her seven years to receive her English degree from Stanford University because she was working at the same time.

WHERE IS SHE NOW: Langenkamp is going back to her horror film roots with an appearance in the recently completed Hellraiser: Judgment, the 10th film in the series.


2017 Hellraiser: Judgment (Video) (completed)...Landlady

2017 Truth or Dare (TV Movie)...Donna Boone (Adult)

2017 The Sub (Short)...Senora Babcock

2016 The Bet (TV Series short)...Heather Langenkamp (special guest appearance)
- Episode #1.1

2016/IV Home...Heather

2015/V Intruder (Short)...Sally

2015 The Bay (TV Series)...Warden Sharon Monroe / Sharon Monroe
- Episode #2.8 (2015) ... Warden Sharon Monroe
- Episode #2.6 (2015) ... Warden Sharon Monroe
- Episode #2.5 (2015) ... Warden Sharon Monroe
- Episode #2.4 (2015) ... Sharon Monroe

2014 American Horror Story (TV Series)...Tupperware housewive / Female Toulouse
- Tupperware Party Massacre (2014) ... Tupperware housewive (uncredited)
- Test of Strength (2014) ... Female Toulouse (uncredited)

2013 Star Trek Into Darkness...Moto

2012 The Butterfly Room...Dorothy

2007/I The Bet...Heather Langenkamp

2002 JAG (TV Series)...Janet Thompson
- Odd Man Out (2002) ... Janet Thompson

2000 18 Wheels of Justice (TV Series)...Waitress
- Genesis (2000) ... Waitress

1999 Fugitive Mind (Video)...Suzanne Hicks

1999 Partners (TV Series)...Suzanne
- Always... (1999) ... Suzanne

1997 Perversions of Science (TV Series)...Lou Ann Solomon
- Ultimate Weapon (1997) ... Lou Ann Solomon

1995 The Demolitionist...Christy Carruthers

1994 New Nightmare...Heather Langenkamp

1994 Tonya & Nancy: The Inside Story (TV Movie)...Nancy Kerrigan

1988-1990 Growing Pains (TV Series)...Amy Boutilier / Marie
- Let's Go Europe: Part 3 (1990) ... Amy Boutilier
- Let's Go Europe: Part 2 (1990) ... Amy Boutilier
- Let's Go Europe: Part 1 (1990) ... Amy Boutilier
- How the West Was Won: Part 2 (1988) ... Marie
- How the West Was Won: Part 1 (1988) ... Marie

1988-1990 Just the Ten of Us (TV Series)...Marie Lubbock

1989 Shocker...Victim

1987 Hotel (TV Series)...Monica
- Desperate Moves (1987) ... Monica

1987 The New Adventures of Beans Baxter (TV Series)...Tracy
- Beans Goes to Camp (1987) ... Tracy

1987 A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors...Nancy Thompson

1986 Heart of the City (TV Series)...Audrey
- Of Dogs and Cat Burglars (1986) ... Audrey

1986 ABC Afterschool Specials (TV Series)...Paula Finkle
- Can a Guy Say No? (1986) ... Paula Finkle

1986 CBS Schoolbreak Special (TV Series)...Erica
- Have You Tried Talking to Patty? (1986) ... Erica

1985 Suburban Beat (TV Series)...Hope Sherman

1985 ZZ Top: Sleeping Bag (Video short)...Sleeping Girl

1984 A Nightmare on Elm Street...Nancy Thompson

1984 Passions (TV Movie)...Beth

1984 Nickel Mountain...Callie Wells

1983 The Outsiders (scenes deleted)

To see Then & Now pictures of Heather Langenkamp, visit: Celebrity Nooz


--Answers to DEAD OR ALIVE--

Armand Assante - ALIVE
Born: 10/04/1949

Arlene Dahl - ALIVE
Born: 08/11/1924

James Burrows - ALIVE
Born: 12/30/1940



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