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Posted on 07/26/2013 11:03:57 PM PDT by flowergirl
Was watching HOOk tonight and out of curiousity wanted to see what ever happened to the child actor that played Jack. 4.0 at MIT?? in the Federalist group in college? cool
meant to type HOOK (the movie)
Dustin Hoffman ... Capt. Hook
Robin Williams ... Peter Banning
Julia Roberts ... Tinkerbell
Bob Hoskins ... Smee
Maggie Smith ... Granny Wendy
Caroline Goodall ... Moira Banning
Charlie Korsmo ... Jack ‘Jackie’ Banning
Amber Scott ... Maggie Banning
Laurel Cronin ... Liza, Wendy’s Housekeeper
Phil Collins ... Inspector Good
Arthur Malet ... Tootles
Isaiah Robinson ... Pockets
Jasen Fisher ... Ace
Dante Basco ... Rufio
Raushan Hammond ... Thud Butt
James Madio ... Don’t Ask
Thomas Tulak ... Too Small
Alex Zuckerman ... Latchboy
Ahmad Stoner ... No Nap
Bogdan Georghe ... Lost Boy
Adam McNatt ... Lost Boy
René González Jr. ... Additional Lost Boy
Brian Willis ... Additional Lost Boy
Brett Willis ... Additional Lost Boy
Ryan Francis ... Young Peter Pan
Max Hoffman ... 5-Year-Old Peter Pan (as Maxwell Hoffman)
Kelly Rowan ... Peter’s Mother
Stephanie Furst ... Mermaid
Shannon Marie Kies ... Mermaid
Regina Russell ... Mermaid
Jewel Newlander Hubbard ... Peter Pan in Play
Jeannine Renshaw ... Drama Teacher
Rebecca Hoffman ... Jane in Play
Jeannine Wagner ... Pianist
Francesca Serrano ... Lost Boy in Play
Kevin Gasca ... Lost Boy in Play
Andre Bollinger ... Lost Boy in Play
Lauren Friedler-Gow ... Lost Boy in Play
Bryce Armstrong ... Lost Boy in Play
Margie Takeda ... Lost Boy in Play
Alyson Healing ... Lost Boy in Play
Zoe Koehler ... Lost Boy in Play
Scott Williamson ... Coach
Wayne Aten ... Umpire
Michael Hirshenson ... Umpire
Jake Hoffman ... Little League Player (as Jacob Hoffman)
Geoffrey Lower ... Brad
Don S. Davis ... Dr. Fields
Cameron Thor ... Ron
Brad Blumenthal ... Jim
Brenda Isaacs Booth ... Secretary (as Brenda Isaacs)
Jan Cobler ... Secretary
Ruth de Sosa ... Secretary
Stuart White ... Chauffeur
Gwyneth Paltrow ... Young Wendy
Don McLeod ... Shadow
Kim O’Kelley ... Prostitute
Beverly Polcyn ... Prostitute
Randi Pareira ... Prostitute
Mary Bond Davis ... Prostitute
David Crosby ... Tickles
Nick Tate ... Noodler
Tony Burton ... Bill Jukes
Glenn Close ... Gutless
Nick Ullett ... Pirate Jailer
Matthew Van Ginkel ... Baby Peter Banning
Ray Tveden ... Man in Stands
Kim Robillard ... Toothless Cripple
Michael Runyard ... Screaming Pirate (as Mike Runyard)
Gary Epper ... Growling Pirate
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Robert Amico ... Pirate (uncredited)
Jeff Bornstein ... Pirate (uncredited)
Jimmy Buffett ... Shoe-Stealing Pirate (uncredited)
Lonnie Burr ... Pegleg (uncredited)
G. Larry Butler ... Baseball Game Attendee (uncredited)
Brian DiMuccio ... Pirate (uncredited)
Carrie Fisher ... Woman Kissing on Bridge (uncredited)
Russell Gannon ... Blacksmith (uncredited)
Tom Hodgins ... Pirate (uncredited)
Rick Kleber ... Pirate (uncredited)
George Lucas ... Man Kissing on Bridge (uncredited)
Bruce Mahler ... Pirate (uncredited)
Bruce Mercury ... The Drunk Pirate (uncredited)
John Michael ... Doctor (uncredited)
Lisa Wilhoit ... Baby Tinkerbell (uncredited)
Mark Winn ... Praising Pirate (uncredited)
He seemed to have natural talent but didn’t let it go to his head. Good for him. Getting a Barry Goldwater Scholarship from Obama is ironic.
I don’t know.
I’m not a big fan but Julia Roberts was sure hot as Tinkerbell.
I know- Barry Goldwater from Obama.
I am sorry I didn’t know haw to better type in the main title?? and body of post. This is only my 2nd or third time to start a post.
Thanks for putting that up. I also Loved this kid in What About Bob?...one of my family’s all time favorites.
Really? I didn’t know that was her, she was so small...
The post is kind of short but otherwise you are doing alright.
MIT is graded on 5.0 system, so 4.0 is a B average.
Nevertheless, it is very impressive that this individual has achieved true success in Hollywood after the illusion of success at MIT.
I remember talking to a guy who was working for Industrial Light and Magic when ILM was doing special effects for that film. He had spent the day hiding the wires that were used in flight scenes. I thought it sounded fascinating, but he seemed just a bit bored with the work.
In your list of the cast for “Hook”, you might notice an uncredited bit role for Lonnie Burr as “Pegleg”. Those of us who are between the ages of 63 and, oh..say, 73..might remember Lonnie Burr, for Lonnie was one of the 39 qoriginal Mouseketeers on The Mickey Mouse Club, which was broadcast on ABC from 1955 to 1958. Lonnie was one of the nine primary Mouseketeers to be on the program for all three years.
Lonnie was also on the very first episode of The Roy Rogers Show, and also appeared in an episode of The Lone Ranger. He made these appearances 3-4 years before The Mickey Mouse Club started in 1955. Lonnie recently celebrated his 70th birthday. All of the original Mouseketeers are now in thier 70’s, yes; a few have passed away, (Cheryl Holdridge, Don Grady, and Annette Funicello) but most of them are well, and doing fine.
Not a fan of hook. More like an excuse to make a movie Robin Williams can do his manic Ad Lib in.
Dustin Hoffman did nothing I liked after little big man. (And of course the Graduate)
Always like most things Bob Hoskins has done He played the ultimate Nikita Kruschov in Enemy At The Gate.
RE: “...but Julia Roberts was sure hot as Tinkerbell.”
It was the wings and green tights that got you, right...? Hahah!
Actually the scene I remember is when she becomes normal sized for some reason I don’t recall, and is wearing a dress.