Graveyard Shift

Whatever Happened To The Cast Of 'Scream'?

When Scream premiered in 1996, it was meant to satirize slasher flicks. It poked fun at a tired genre, using cliches for laughs and packing in meta moments where the characters discussed the very tropes the film was working to subvert. But, likely due to its charismatic cast and excellent direction from horror icon Wes Craven, it pulled double duty and became a classic slasher in and of itself.

Based on the real-life case of the Gainesville Ripper, Scream was creative. It broke rules, found a wide audience, and breathed new life into the horror genre, spawning its own franchise and even inspiring its own parodies. It also gave many members of its cast widespread fame and set them on the path to fascinating careers and personal lives. So whatever happened to those Scream teens? Here's where they are decades later.