List of Halloween characters

List of Halloween characters

The following are fictional characters in the American Halloween film series.

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Appears in: Halloween II (1981)

Alice (Anne Bruner) is a minor character in the second Halloween film. She is a teenager from Haddonfield, Illinois who is home alone on Halloween night and hears her neighbor, Mrs. Elrod, scream. She goes outside and calls out in the direction of her neighbor's house asking if they were alright but gets no response, and returns to her house. She resumes talking on the telephone with her friend and tells her that her parents left to go visit a relative and is happy to have the house to herself. Then her friend informs her of what is happening in Haddonfield. Alice turns on the radio while still on the phone with her friend, then she hears a strange noise which makes her jump and drop the phone. She then notices the front door is open and walks into the living room asking if anyone is there. Once she is halfway across the living room, Michael Myers jumps up and slits her throat.

Mrs. Alves

Appears in Halloween II (1981)

Mrs. Alves (Gloria Gifford) is the head nurse at Haddonfield Memorial Hospital. She dies when Michael Myers hooks her up to a device that slowly drains her blood.

Angus Taylor

Appears in: Halloween (1978) and the novel Halloween (1979) by Curtis Richards

Angus Taylor is a minor character. He is the groundskeeper in the cemetery where Judith Myers is buried and leads Dr. Loomis to her grave. In the novel, he briefly talks about Judith and mentions how he was shocked at the news of her murder and how a young boy like Michael Myers could commit such a horrible crime. In the film this character is portrayed by Arthur Malet.

Annie Brackett

Appears in: John Carpenter's Halloween (1978), Halloween II (1981), Rob Zombie's Halloween (2007) and Halloween II (2009), as well as in the novel Halloween (1979) by Curtis Richards

Annie Brackett is a recurring character in the Halloween franchise, appearing in various films and books in a supporting capacity. Her first appearance is in the original Halloween film, in which she is played by Nancy Loomis. Annie is one of Laurie Strode's best friends, and the daughter of Haddonfield's sheriff, Leigh Brackett. On Halloween night, she is babysitting Lindsey Wallace near Laurie, and the two friends gossip over the telephone throughout the evening. After leaving Lindsey with Laurie in order to go and meet her boyfriend Paul, Annie is murdered by Michael Myers, who strangles her in her car and slits her throat. Michael then sets up her corpse for Laurie to find, leaving her in the Wallaces' bed with Judith Myers's tombstone placed behind her body.[1] Nancy Loomis appears as Annie in a cameo role in Halloween II as her father, Sheriff Brackett, closes her eyes as her corpse is being taken out of the house in a stretcher.[2]

The character's more recent onscreen appearances occur in Rob Zombie's Halloween remake and its sequel, where she is played by Danielle Harris, who also previously portrayed Jamie Lloyd in Halloween 4 and Halloween 5. As with the original, in the remake, Annie is Laurie's perky friend from high school and Lindsey's babysitter. However, her encounters with Michael Myers are different. On the way home from school, she insults and threatens him from across the street, instead of the original snap at a driving Michael. Later, that Halloween night, she goes to leave Lindsey and her babysitting duties to Laurie, after which Annie's boyfriend Paul (who did not make an onscreen appearance in the original film but is present in the remake, played by Max Van Ville) arrives in his car and takes her back to Lindsey's house for a secret date. There, Annie is kissing Paul while stopping his attempts to pull her sweater off, until she complies and leaves herself topless. Then, as they prepare for sex with Annie now pulling at Paul's shirt, Michael Myers suddenly attacks. While Paul is instantly killed, the horrified Annie makes a run for the front door, almost escaping, but is caught. Michael takes her back inside, however, she manages to slip away and pick up a kitchen knife, trying to face the hulking killer. She is quickly beaten into submission which leaves her captured alive, exposed to Michael's cruelty. She is left lying on the floor badly tortured and bleeding when Laurie brings Lindsey home, but her father finds her alive some time later due to Laurie having called 911.[3]

In the sequel to the remake, Annie, although slightly disfigured with the scars from her near-fatal attack, is shown to be much more stable than Laurie, who is living with Annie and her father. On a Halloween night when she is at home alone, Michael breaks into the Brackett house, seizes the fleeing Annie then stabs her repeatedly off-screen. When she arrives home, Laurie finds Annie on the bathroom floor, naked and severely wounded by Michael. Annie then tries to persuade Laurie to leave the house, without success, until she dies.[4]

The original version of Annie Brackett's character makes various appearances in Halloween literature, starting with the 1979 novelization of the first film.[5] In the comic Halloween III: The Devil's Eyes from Chaos! Comics, the unstable Laurie, having assumed her brother's mantle, digs up the graves of Annie, Lynda and her boyfriend Bob, placing their skeletons and headstones in Lindsey Wallace's house.[6] Photographs of Annie's corpse appear in the comic book Halloween: Autopsis as photojournalist Patrick Carter becomes fascinated with the pictures of what he believes to be a "perfect corpse". His obsession leads him into investigating Michael Myers, which eventually leads to his death at Michael's hands. Annie also appears in the story "Visiting Hours" of the anniversary comic Halloween: 30 Years of Terror. When Laurie reflects on how her life would have been if she had never encountered Michael Myers, she imagines Annie as having never died and becoming a mother. However, Laurie's fantasy is invaded by the memory of Michael, causing Annie's teenage corpse to appear and accuse Laurie, "If you were smart you'd have stopped him from killing me."[7] Annie's funeral is depicted in the comic miniseries Halloween: The First Death of Laurie Strode, where Laurie describes her as "the best friend I ever had" and wonders what Annie would have thought of how the press covered the news of her death. While trying to recover from her ordeal, Laurie sees "ghosts" of Annie and Lynda preventing her from moving on. Annie's morgue report appears at the website, revealing information such as her address, date of birth, and middle name, which was Marie. Her immediate cause of death is recorded as "massive blood loss" due to "severed right common carotid artery due to slit throat".[8]


Sheriff Ben Meeker

Appears in: Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers and Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers.

Ben Meeker, portrayed by Beau Starr, appears as sheriff in Halloween 4 and Halloween 5 as he replaces Sheriff Leigh Brackett. He is also the father of Kelly Meeker, who becomes a victim at the hands of Michael Myers. Sheriff Ben Meeker is an integral part of Halloween 4, as he attempts to help Dr. Loomis find and destroy Michael. In the next installment, Ben Meeker returns but has less screen time than in the previous film, and once again attempts to help destroy Michael in order to protect Jamie Lloyd. Towards the end of the film, Michael is locked in a cell, however, a shoot out begins, which allows him to escape and kills Ben in the process.

Ben Tramer

Mentioned in Halloween (1978) and appears in Halloween II (1980)

Ben Tramer goes to high school with Laurie Strode. It is revealed by Laurie in the original Halloween film that she has a crush on Ben when she tells Annie that she would like to go to the dance with him. Later in the film, Annie tells Laurie that she called Ben and told him, and that he was interested. However, Laurie is embarrassed by this and asks Annie to call him back and tell him that she was only kidding. But Annie tells Laurie that she would only consider doing so if she babysits Lindsey while she goes to pick up her boyfriend, to which Laurie agrees.

In the sequel, someone who is dressed up in the same attire as Michael Myers walks into the street without looking and gets hit by a squad car which pins him to another vehicle that bursts into flames leading to his death. Later on two teenage boys run up to a police officer who is standing in front of the old Myers house with Dr. Loomis to report Ben Tramer as being drunk and missing in action. At the funeral home, a dentist compares the teeth of the burned victim first to Michael Myers's teeth and finds no match. Right after that, he compares the burned victim's teeth to Ben Tramer's dental record and finds a match.

Bob Simms

Appears in Halloween (1978) and in Rob Zombie's remake, Halloween (2007)

Bob Simms (John Michael Graham) is the boyfriend of Lynda Van Der Klok. After having sex with Lynda in the Wallace house, she asks him to go get her a beer and he does so. When he is in the kitchen, he hears a strange sound and thinks it is either Lynda, Annie, or Paul playing a joke on him. However, when he opens a closet door, Michael Myers jumps out and pins Bob to another door by stabbing him in the stomach. His scenes in the remake are similar to the original's, only they happen in the old Myers house. In the remake he is portrayed by Nick Mennell.


Appears in Halloween (1978)

Boyfriend of Judith Myers (David Kyle), is invited to her house on Halloween, October 31, 1963. He only appears in the opening scene and his name is never revealed. Also little is known about this character. He makes out with Judith in her family's living room and at some point gets the feeling that they're not alone. However, both are unaware that six-year-old Michael Myers is watching them through a window. He asks Judith if they are alone and she lets him know that Michael is the only other person in the house, which indicates that she is supposed to be babysitting her brother. Eventually he and Judith go upstairs to have sex. After they have sex, he is halfway down the stairs when he tells Judith that it is getting late and that he has to go. At the last minute Judith asks him to call her the next day and he promises to do so. While all of this takes place, unbeknownst to him, Michael is hiding from behind a wall and peeking around the corner waiting to see when the boyfriend will leave. Once he does, Michael walks up the stairs and murders Judith. The boyfriend is never seen or mentioned again in the film.


Appears in Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers

Brady (Sasha Jenson) is the boyfriend of Rachel Carruthers. When he was told by Rachel that their date was off because she had to babysit Jamie Lloyd, he decided to spend the evening with Kelly Meeker. During a scene when Rachel takes Jamie trick or treating, they stop at the Meeker family home and Rachel finds out that Brady is cheating on her with Kelly. Later in the film, Rachel tells Brady that Jamie is the niece of Michael Myers. Brady eventually becomes one of Michael Myers' murder victims.


Appears in Halloween II (1981)

Budd (Leo Rossi) works in Haddonfield Memorial Hospital as an ambulance driver. He is murdered when he gets out of the therapeutic hot tub he and nurse Karen are using to fool around in to check on the temperature at her request but is strangled to death by Michael Myers.


Chester Strode

Appears in the novel Halloween (1979) by Curtis Richards

Chester Strode is the father of Laurie Strode and a real estate broker. Like his counterpart in the 1978 film, he is trying to sell the old Myers house. However, there is nothing in the Halloween novel saying that he is the adoptive father of Laurie. It is only in the movie Halloween II, that Laurie's adoption is explained.

Conal Cochran

Appears in: Halloween III: Season of the Witch.

Conal Cochran is the main antagonist in Halloween III: Season of the Witch and is played by Dan O'Herlihy. He is the owner of Silver Shamrock Novelties, and devises a plan to kill children using his popular Halloween masks. At the end of the film, he is vaporized by the Stonehenge rune he was using to create his masks. The novelization of the film implies that he may have survived, however, with the magic of Stonehenge transporting him to another location rather than killing him.

Professor Nicholas Rogers describes Conal Cochran as "the ultimate Halloween sadist, the malevolent predator on the lives of innocent children, transforming their masks into deadly weapons of destruction."[9]

Cynthia Strode

Appears in Rob Zombie's Halloween (2007)

Cynthia Strode (Dee Wallace) is the adoptive mother of Laurie Strode in the remake. Mrs. Strode appears to be a loving mother and is sincerely disappointed with Laurie's crude humor from earlier in the day (before Halloween). She and her husband Mason Strode are longtime inhabitants of Haddonfield and know much about the town's affairs. Both Cynthia and Mason become two of Michael Myers's murder victims early on that evening. After Michael outright kills Mason, he pursues Cynthia further into the residence and locates a picture of Laurie in the family study. Cynthia figures that the man attacking her is really after her adopted daughter, and she exclaims, "No, not my baby!" Cynthia Strode soon after dies when Michael breaks her back.



Appears in the novel Halloween (1979) by Curtis Richards

Dan is the name given to the boyfriend of Judith Myers in the novelization of the first film. He is interrogated by the police after Judith's murder but is eventually cleared. The novel doesn't go into detail of Dan's interrogation except to say that the police were hard on him.

  • In another scene exclusive to the novel, Dan helps Judith carve a pumpkin and turn it into a jack-o'-lantern. In that scene, Judith grabs a knife and waves it menacingly at Dan saying in a witchy tone "I'm going to cut your whatsamajiggy off!" As Judith lowers the knife, Dan jumps out of the way and it lands in the pumpkin. Judith then tells a frightened Dan that she was only joking and calls him a goof.

Dr. Daniel "Dan" Challis

Tom Atkins as Dan Challis

Appears in: Halloween III: Season of the Witch.

Dr. Daniel "Dan" Challis, played by Tom Atkins, is a hardworking doctor struggling with the relationships between he and his ex-wife, as well as his children. On October 23, a man named Harry Grimbridge is brought into the hospital where Dan works, trembling with fear and clutching a popular Halloween mask. Harry is killed that night in his sleep by an unidentified man who then blows himself up in a car. The next day, Dan is confronted in a bar by Harry's daughter, Ellie. He tells her about the strange events of the night before and shows her the mask her father was holding when he was admitted to the hospital.

Along with Ellie, Dan traces the mask back to Silver Shamrock Novelties, a company based in the (fictional) town of Santa Mira. While in Santa Mira, Ellie mysteriously disappears and Dan is captured by Conal Cochran's android henchmen. Dan discovers Cochran's plan to kill millions of children on Halloween night using his masks. He finds out that the Silver Shamrock trademarks on every mask contain a computer chip and a small fragment of Stonehenge. On Halloween night, a commercial will air activating the computer chip causing the mask wearer's heads to dissolve and erupt with insects and snakes. Cochran shows this to Dan in a demonstration, in which he kills a family.

Dan eventually escapes captivity in Cochran's factory and rescues someone he believes to be Ellie. He destroys Cochran and the factory by dumping the Silver Shamrock trademarks throughout the building and airing the commercial which will activate the computer chips inside. However, when he is returning home, he is attacked by the android which he thought was Ellie. After an intense fight, he escapes the android and runs to a nearby gas station where he tries to convince the station managers not to air the Silver Shamrock commercial. He persuades them to take it off channels one and two, but not channel three. At the end of the film, he is seen yelling, "Turn it off! Stop it! Stop it!", although it is seemingly too late for him to prevent the computer chips being activated.

Danny Strode

Appears in: Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers.

Danny Strode (portrayed by Devin Gardner) is the six-year-old son of Kara Strode, and lives in the Myers house with his mother, uncle, and grandparents. Danny's grandfather John is abusive towards him and his mother, referring to Danny as a "bastard". Danny sleeps in Michael Myers's old bedroom and hears a voice saying "Kill for him". He also draws violent pictures including the Mark of Thorn. On Halloween, he is befriended by Tommy Doyle, who lives across the street from him. Tommy warns Kara of the danger she and her family are in if they remain in the Myers house, and is proven right when Michael massacres the other Strodes. Later, Danny possibly becomes the subject of harnessing the power of Michael's evil through a DNA experiment by Dr. Terence Wynn, which ultimately fails when Michael bursts into the operating room at the last minute slaughtering Dr. Wynn's staff and possibly him as well. Danny later helps his mother and Tommy protect Jamie Lloyd's newborn son Steven from Michael and Dr. Wynn and his staff at Smith's Grove Sanitarium. The four survive the night, and leave Smith's Grove at the end of the film.

Darlene Carruthers

Appeared in Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers

Darlene Carruthers (Karen Alston) is the foster mother of Jamie Lloyd and mother of Rachel Carruthers. At the end of the film, she is stabbed with scissors by Jamie Lloyd in an eerily similar manner to the night when Michael Myers murdered Judith Myers.

David Loomis

David Loomis appears in the comic Halloween: One Good Scare. He is the son of Samuel Loomis, and like him, is a doctor at Smith's Grove Sanitarium. Although continuing his father's work, David is careful not to inherit his obsession with Michael Myers. However, when Lindsey Wallace is admitted to Smith's Grove claiming that Michael is stalking her, he finds history repeating itself. David neglects his other patients to interview Lindsey, investigates Michael's history, and even visits his childhood home in Haddonfield. However, on Halloween night in 2003, Michael arrives at Smith's Grove, murdering his way through the staff to get to Lindsey. David tries to protect her, but his fear gets the better of him and he hides as Michael drags Lindsey away to her death. Michael is sure to leave a cracked picture frame containing a photograph of David and his father, a message that he plans to return for him. David is also mentioned in the comic Halloween: Sam, set in 1995, when Marion tells Sheriff Brackett that he has not visited his ailing father.

Deborah Myers

Appears in: Rob Zombie's Halloween (2007) and Halloween II (2009)

Deborah Myers, in the 2007 remake, is the mother of Judith and Michael Myers, as well as the biological mother of Laurie Strode. She is played by Sheri Moon Zombie. Deborah does not know that her son is mentally unstable, nor that he kills animals as a habit. While working at a strip club, she misses seeing Michael killing her abusive boyfriend, Ronnie, Judith, and Judith's boyfriend, Steve. After this, Michael is put in custody and Deborah later witnesses him attacking and killing a nurse. When she returns home, Deborah commits suicide by shooting herself while watching old home movies of Michael. Her role in Halloween II is slightly larger than her previous one. In the film, she appears as an apparition with a white horse, and is only seen through Laurie and Michael's visions.

Don Myers

Appears in the novel Halloween (1979) by Curtis Richards

Don Myers is the father of Michael Myers and Judith Myers in the Halloween novelization from 1979 by Curtis Richards. In the novelization it does not say that he is the biological father of Laurie Strode since that was not revealed until the Halloween sequel of 1981. During a conversation between his wife Edith and her mother about Michael's psychological problems, she says that Don would like to have Michael examined by a psychiatrist. Sometime after Judith's death, he and his wife move to Indiana as life had become unbearable for them due to the media frenzy and stares they received from the townspeople of Haddonfield, Illinois. Fifteen years later, they continue to make payments on the house because it hasn't been sold.

  • In the film, Halloween (1978), Mr. Myers appears at the end of the opening scene. He is the first person to approach a young Michael and speak to him after Judith's murder. In the scene, he removes the clown mask and says "Michael?!" in a surprised voice. Also, like his wife, he stares at his son in shock.
  • The disappearance of the parents is not explained in the Halloween film of 1978 but in the sequel Halloween II (1981). In the sequel, it is revealed that two years after Judith's murder and the institutionalization of Michael in 1963, Mr. and Mrs. Myers die (1965) which eventually leads to Laurie's adoption by the Strodes.
  • In the novel, the absence of the parents on Halloween 1963 is explained by Judith when she tells her boyfriend that they went to see a movie because they can't stand the constant doorbell ringing caused by trick-or-treaters. In a scene exclusive to the novel, both parents are in attendance at Michael's sentencing to Smith's Grove Sanitarium and are described as tearful.
  • In the sequel, Halloween II (1981), Michael broke into the elementary school and drew a picture of his parents and sister, Judith. He left the drawing behind after he used a butcher knife to stab his drawing of Judith. It was discovered by the police and brought to the attention of his psychiatrist, Samuel Loomis, who briefly examined it.



Appears in Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers

Earl (Gene Ross) works as a bartender in Haddonfield, Illinois and becomes angry when he hears on a news station that Michael Myers has returned and that all businesses should close for the night. Earl and other local men band together and try to locate Michael so that they can kill him. However, they never find Michael but Michael finds Earl and murders him by ripping out his throat.

Edith Myers

Appears in: Halloween (1978) and the novel Halloween (1979) by Curtis Richards

Edith Myers is the name of Michael Myers and Judith Myers's mother according to the Halloween novelization from 1979 by Curtis Richards. In the novelization it does not say that she is the biological mother of Laurie Strode since this was not revealed until the film's sequel premiered in 1981. It also mentions that sometime after Judith's death, she and her husband moved away to Indiana due to the media frenzy and rude stares they received from other townspeople. It goes on to mention that they continue to make payments on the house which hasn't been sold after the death of their eldest daughter.

  • Michael's mother could be seen briefly in the original Halloween after Judith's murder. She is seen with her husband after they find Michael holding the knife outside the family home. The mother stares at Michael, apparently in shock. After this scene in the original, the parents are never seen again. It isn't until the release of Halloween II (1981) that the absence of Mr. and Mrs. Myers is explained. In the sequel it is explained through nurse Marion Chambers that two years after Judith's death (1963), Mr. and Mrs. Myers die (1965) and Laurie Strode is eventually adopted by the Strodes.
  • In the 1979 novel, the parents's absence on Halloween 1963 is explained by Judith when she tells her boyfriend that they went to see a movie because they can't stand the constant ringing of the doorbell caused by trick or treaters. In an exclusive scene in the novel, the parents are in attendance at Michael's sentencing to Smith's Grove Sanitarium and are described as tearful.
  • In the sequel, Halloween II, Michael broke into the elementary school and drew a picture of his parents and sister, Judith. He left the drawing behind after he used a butcher knife to stab his drawing of Judith. It was discovered by the police and brought to the attention of his psychiatrist, Samuel Loomis, who briefly examined it.
  • The comic "The First Death of Laurie Strode', also uses this name - Edith appears pregnant in a flashback scene in which a young Michael fantasises about killing his unborn sibling


Appeared in Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers

The electrician encountered Michael Myers who was wandering around an electrical grid. The electrician told Michael that he was not permitted on the grounds. When Michael wouldn't leave, the electrician told him to stay where he was and not move. However, Michael did not listen and picked the electrician up and threw him into one of the electrical grids. Not only did the electrician die, but the murder caused a blackout in Haddonfield, Illinois.


Mr. Garrett

Appears in Halloween II (1981)

Mr. Garrett (Cliff Emmich) is the security guard that works at Haddonfield Memorial Hospital. After he explores the storage room for possible breaking and entering, Michael Myers hits him on the top of his head with a hammer and kills him.

Deputy Gary Hunt

Appeared in Halloween II (1981)

Deputy Gary Hunt (Hunter Von Leer) is a police officer. He works with Dr. Loomis after Sheriff Leigh Bracket goes off duty upon hearing the news of his daughter's death. He also grew up in Haddonfield. This is mentioned when he is with Dr. Loomis in front of the old Myers house, when Judith Myers's death is brought up and Deputy Gary Hunt says he remembers Judith's murder and was 16 years old when it occurred.


Appears in the novel Halloween (1979) by Curtis Richards

Grandmother of Michael Myers, is an exclusive character to the novel and only appears in the first chapter. Earlier on Halloween 1963, Michael is with his mother, Edith, who is visiting her mother. During the visit, Michael's grandmother tells him a "bogeyman" story but is interrupted by Edith, who says, "Enough is enough!" At this time, Edith then tells Michael to put on his clown costume and model it for his grandmother. After Michael leaves the room to put on the costume, Edith tells her mother that Michael has been getting into trouble at school and at home. She reveals to her mother that he's been having violent dreams, wetting the bed, getting into fights at school, and not getting along with his sister, Judith. The grandmother reminds her daughter of her great grandfather, implying that he had done something terrible. However, Edith has heard the story before and the grandmother doesn't go into detail because Michael is about to enter the room. After Michael models his clown costume, his grandmother says, "Edith, please fetch me some cold cream and lipstick from the tray in my bedroom. Might as well complete the picture." Michael then replies "I don't want makeup." His grandmother says, "Of course you do. You don't want anyone to guess who you are when you go around playing pranks." Michael then answers back saying "I'm not going to play pranks. I'm just going to ask for candy."

In another chapter this entails a scene that is also exclusive to the novel: hours before murdering Judith, Michael goes trick-or-treating with a group of other children and stops at his own house. After Michael knocks at the door, Judith answers, jokingly refusing to give them candy, and asks what he and his friends will do to get some. Michael answers her by saying, "We'll kill you", shocking Judith and prompting her to ask "Who said that? Michael Myers, was that you?". Michael responds by saying "I'm not Michael Myers. I'm a clown."

Great Grandfather

Mentioned only in the novel Halloween (1979) by Curtis Richards

Great Grandfather (maternal) of Michael Myers. The character Sheriff Leigh Brackett provides a little bit more background on Michael's family history. He tells Dr. Loomis that when Judith was murdered, the sheriff at the time was Ron Barstow who overheard Edith saying "He's come back" or "It's come back". Sheriff Brackett goes on to say that Sheriff Ron Barstow asked Edith what she meant and was given the answer that a thing or something had possessed her grandfather. With that answer, he then went to the town hall and researched Edith's family history through old newspaper clippings and records. Brackett then said "It seems the man went berserk back in the eighteen-nineties. It was at a Grange dance, I think Ron said. He pulled a revolver from his belt and blasted a dancing couple. They hanged him." Later on into the conversation, Sheriff Leigh Brackett reveals that former Sheriff Barstow had said that the murder occurred on Halloween.


Dr. Hoffman

Appeared in Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers

Dr. Hoffman (Michael Pataki) works at the asylum where Michael had been a patient after the events that took place on Halloween 1978. He oversees Michael's transfer back to Smith's Grove Sanitarium and the following day has a heated discussion with Dr. Loomis. Later on, Dr. Hoffman is with Dr. Loomis at the crash site where Michael escaped from the ambulance. During that scene, Dr. Loomis tells Dr. Hoffman, "If you don't find him in four hours, I'm sure I will."


Jamie Lloyd

Appears in: Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers, Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers and Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers

Jamie Lloyd is Laurie Strode's daughter, as well as the niece of both Michael Myers' and Judith Myers, of which she is aware. She is put in the care of a foster family, the Carruthers, and later adopted after Laurie apparently dies in a car crash. In Halloween 5, she has telepathic communications with her Uncle Michael, cannot speak in the beginning but eventually regains the ability to speak, has seizures when her uncle Mike kills someone. In Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers, she gives birth to a son possibly fathered by her Uncle Michael and named Stephen. She is ultimately murdered by Michael Myers, and her son Stephen is protected by Tommy Doyle. In Halloween 4 and Halloween 5 she is portrayed by Danielle Harris, and in Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers by J. C. Brandy. This character is never mentioned in Halloween H20: 20 Years Later.


Appears in Halloween II (1981)

Janet (Ana Alicia) works as a nurse in Haddonfield Memorial Hospital. She dies when Michael Myers injects a needle into her head.


Appears in Halloween II (1981)

Jill (Tawny Moyer) is a nurse who works at Haddonfield Memorial Hospital. She dies when Michael Myers stabs her in the back with a surgery utensil.


Appears in: Halloween II (1981)

Jimmy (Lance Guest) is a young EMT at Haddonfield Memorial Hospital who develops a crush on Laurie Strode after she is attacked by Michael Myers. As Michael tracks Laurie to the hospital and begins murdering the staff, Laurie disappears from her room. Jimmy and Nurse Jill search the empty building for Laurie and their missing colleagues, with Jimmy eventually finding Mrs. Alves's dead body; he accidentally slips on her blood, hitting his head and leaving him unconscious. He reunites with Laurie towards the end of the film, but falls unconscious once again, due to his earlier head injury. It is not confirmed on-screen whether he lives or dies, however, the version of the film shown on television includes a deleted scene in which he survives.[citation needed]

Jimmy appears in the comic Halloween: The First Death of Laurie Strode, where Laurie visits him following the ordeal at the hospital, and it is revealed he suffers from amnesia and seizures due to his head trauma. In the second issue, Laurie witnesses him being killed by Michael by having his neck snapped.

John Tate

Appears in: Halloween H20: 20 Years Later.

John Tate is the son of Laurie Strode. He is the nephew of Michael Myers and Judith Myers. He attends Hillcrest Academy, a boarding school where his mother is the headmistress. He is played by Josh Hartnett. He is the only one who knows his mother's true identity after she faked her own death and assumed the name Keri Tate in order to escape her brother, Michael Myers. However, he is also tired of her over-protectiveness and paranoia, and starts to rebel against her authority. He pretends to attend a school trip to Yosemite, but in fact remains at Hillcrest and throws a Halloween party with his friends and his girlfriend, Molly. Michael shows up and murders John's friends before attacking his nephew. John suffers a stab wound to the thigh, but he and Molly escape the school with Laurie's help. In Halloween: Resurrection, John appears briefly in a photograph kept by Laurie, who is now in a mental institution.

Judith Myers

Appears in: John Carpenter's Halloween (1978), Rob Zombie's Halloween (2007), as well as in the novel Halloween (1979) by Curtis Richards

Judith Margaret Myers (Sandy Johnson), also known simply as Judy (November 10, 1947 - October 31, 1963). She was a victim at the age of 15 years of sororicide. Her murderer was her 6 year old brother, Michael Myers. Not much is known about Judith in the original film and she is only featured in the opening scene. However, she is notable for being Michael's first victim. In the aforementioned scene, her brother Michael watches her through a window make out with her boyfriend in the family living room. While in the living room, Judith's boyfriend asks "We are alone, aren't we?" whereby Judith replies "Ummm...Michael's around here some place." She then turns her head and quickly scans the room. While doing that, her boyfriend picks up Michael's clown mask that was lying around and leans into Judith's face when she turns to face him. This makes Judith laugh and distracts her, causing her to forget all about Michael. Her boyfriend then suggests that they go upstairs to have sex and Judith agrees. Michael watches Judith and her boyfriend trot up the stairs. He then moves to the front of the house and looks up at Judith's bedroom window only to see her light go off. At that time, he walks through the back door and into the kitchen, opens a drawer, and pulls out a large butcher knife. Michael then waits for the boyfriend to leave. Once the boyfriend leaves, he goes upstairs and into Judith's bedroom where she is brushing her hair. Michael walks up behind her unexpectedly which gives her no time to react before he stabs her to death. Once she falls to the floor, helpless, and dying, Michael leaves her bedroom and walks out the front door. When he is outside, the parents arrive home to find Michael holding a knife and he is sent to Smith's Grove Sanitarium for the crime. Years later, after escaping from the sanitarium, the adult Michael steals Judith's gravestone and places it behind Annie Brackett's corpse. Also, many of the children from Haddonfield believe that the old Myers house is haunted because Judith died there and because of young Michael's horrible act. Although Judith does not appear in any of the Halloween sequels, her death is repeatedly mentioned by other characters in other installments of the Halloween film series, and her final moments before her murder were reenacted by her niece Jamie Lloyd in Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers.

Judith Myers appears in the Halloween remake by Rob Zombie. Her character is portrayed by Hanna R. Hall. She has a larger role in this film, verbally abusing Michael in several scenes, as well as interacting with her boyfriend Steve Haley, until Michael murders them both on Halloween. However, Michael's idolization of Judith was transferred to his mother, Deborah, in the remake. Also, Judith's boyfriend mistakenly calls Ronnie White her father whereby Judith replies by saying he's not her father and that her biological father is in Heaven. Unlike in the original film, Judith was not Michael's first murder victim. She died as a result of being stabbed multiple times with a butcher knife and her murder was much bloodier than it was in the original. It involved a chase scene in which a wounded Judith exits her bedroom and walks down the hallway while Michael follows her and slashes her before she collapses, left for dead. Later in the film an adult Michael steals Judith's tombstone just like in the original.

  • Other known relatives of the character Judith from the original Halloween (1978) are her younger sister Laurie Strode, niece Jamie Lloyd, nephew John Tate, and grand nephew Steven.
  • In John Carpenter's Halloween (1978), the dates on Judith's tombstone which is placed behind Annie Brackett's corpse are visible and easy to read. The tombstone reads "OUR BELOVED DAUGHTER JUDITH MYERS" and as for the dates, they read November 10, 1947 - October 31, 1963. In Halloween H20, Laurie Strode, also known as Keri Tate, incorrectly tells her boyfriend that Judith Myers died at the age of 17 when in fact, she was 15 years old and just a few days shy of turning sixteen years old. This has caused some discrepancy among fans regarding Judith's age at the time of her death.
  • In the sequel, Halloween II (1981), Michael broke into the elementary school and drew a picture of Judith and their parents. He left the drawing behind after he used a butcher knife to stab his drawing of Judith. It was discovered by the police and brought to the attention of his psychiatrist, Samuel Loomis, who briefly examined it.
  • A fan film titled "Judith: The Night She Stayed Home" was made, with Sarah Stephenson portraying Judith. It is a prequel and offers insight into who Judith was and why she stayed home on Halloween night. It was filmed in a house in North Carolina that is an exact replica of the Myers house from the 1978 Halloween film.
  • In the novelization of the original Halloween, Judith appears in a scene exclusive to the novel: hours before murdering Judith, Michael goes trick-or-treating with a group of other children and stops at his own house. After Michael knocks at the door, Judith answers, jokingly refusing to give him candy, and asks what he and his friends will do to get some. Michael answers her by saying, "We'll kill you", shocking Judith and prompting her to ask "Who said that? Michael Myers, was that you?". Michael responds by saying "I'm not Michael Myers. I'm a clown." Throughout the novel, Michael has some flashbacks to when Judith was alive. Also in the novelization, Michael takes an interest in Laurie Strode because she reminds him of Judith.
  • In the one-shot comic book Halloween by Chaos! Comics, Judith appears in a flashback Michael has after finding a crime scene photo of her corpse. In the sequel to the comic, Halloween II: The Blackest Eyes, Sheriff Brackett reveals to Tommy Doyle that he had once dated Judith, also stating that she was physically and possibly sexually abused by her father. In the four issue comic miniseries Halloween: Nightdance by Devil's Due Publishing, Michael hallucinates about Judith in the second issue of the miniseries ("The Silent Clown"). While in a carnival funhouse, he sees her in one of the warped mirrors and, enraged by the sight of her, breaks it. At the end of the final issue ("When The Stars Came Crashing Down"), the name "Judith Myers" can be seen written on a wooden cross.


Kara Strode

Appears in: Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers.

Kara Strode is a cousin of Laurie Strode and a first cousin once removed of Jamie Lloyd. She is played by Marianne Hagan. She lives in the Myers house with her parents John and Debra Strode, and her son Danny. Kara meets Tommy Doyle, who warns her about Michael Myers, before finding her family murdered. She is then kidnapped by the supposed Thorn cult who possibly planned to use her for their genetic experiments involving in-vitro fertilization, but is soon rescued by Tommy.

Originally, Kara's fate varied in various script drafts. In the first draft, Kara is murdered by her son Danny in the Haddonfield Bus Depot, while the near final draft had the film ending with Tommy and Kara driving away.

The film as released ends with Kara and Tommy driving off with the children, Danny and Steven.


Appears in Halloween II (1981)

Karen (Pamela Susan Shoop) is employed as a nurse at Haddonfield Memorial Hospital. She dies after spending time with Budd in the therapeutic hot tub by drowning when Michael holds her head under the water.


Appears in Halloween (1978)

Keith (Adam Hollander) is a follower of Lonnie Elamb and bullies Tommy Doyle.

Kelly Meeker

Appeared in Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers

Kelly Meeker (Kathleen Kinmont) was the daughter of Sheriff Ben Meeker and was murdered by Michael Myers when he thrust a shotgun into her abdomen, pinning her against a door.


Laurie Strode

Laurie Strode as originally portrayed by Jamie Lee Curtis

Appears in: John Carpenter's Halloween (1978), John Carpenter's Halloween II (1981), Halloween H20: 20 Years Later, Halloween: Resurrection, Rob Zombie's Halloween (2007), and Rob Zombie's Halloween II (2009), as well as in the novel Halloween (1979) by Curtis Richards

Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis) from the original Halloween film series is Michael Myers's and Judith Myers's younger sister, who was adopted by the Strode family. Fifteen years after Judith's murder on October 31, 1963, Laurie is stalked by Michael who tries to murder her. But Laurie manages to escape in the original Halloween film of 1978, the sequel from 1981, and in Halloween: H20. Michael succeeds in murdering Laurie in Halloween Resurrection. In the original Halloween and its sequel, she does not know that she is related to the Myers family. However, she does know that she was adopted and has a few dreams that offer vague insights into her real identity. The first dream she has is of when she was a little girl, with her adoptive mother saying with a tone of annoyance "I'm not your real mother! Stop asking me questions!" The second dream shows her walking into a large room where a male pre-teen is seen sitting in a chair and turning to look at her. But as soon as that happens, she wakes up. When she does find out that she is being stalked by Michael Myers, she asks "Why me?!" The only people that know she is related to the Myers family are Dr. Samuel Loomis and also Nurse Marion Chambers, who tells him so in the sequel of 1981. However, it is revealed in Halloween: H20 that she had learned of her relation to the Myers family sometime after the sequel, as she tells her boyfriend that she is the younger sister of Michael Myers and Judith Myers, which led her to change her name to Keri Tate so that her brother couldn't find her. How Laurie finds out that she is related to the Myers family is never shown in any of the original Halloween films. She is the mother of Jamie Lloyd and John Tate. She is the grandmother of Steven from Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers.

Laurie Strode (Scout Taylor Compton) in Rob Zombie's version of Halloween is revealed to be the younger sister of Michael Myers, which she discovers in the following film, Halloween II. Her name before being adopted by the Strodes was Angel Myers, and she was nicknamed "Boo" by a young Michael.

  • According to the information provided by Marion Chambers in the sequel Halloween II (1981) with regards to Laurie Strode's true identity, she was two years old in 1963 at the time of Judith's death and Michael's institutionalization in Smith's Grove - Warren County Sanitarium. Laurie Strode most likely would have been born some time in the year 1961.
  • Laurie Strode is featured in novelizations based on the movies as well as in comic books.
  • The novel Halloween by Curtis Richards (1979) contains elements not seen in the film. Michael Myers stalks Laurie Strode because he thinks she resembles Judith Myers; earlier in the day, when Laurie drops off the key to the Myers house, she is plagued with thoughts about Judith's murder for much of the day.

Sheriff Leigh Brackett

Appears in: Halloween (1978), Halloween II (1981), Rob Zombie's Halloween (2007) and Rob Zombie's Halloween II (2009), as well as in the novel Halloween (1979) by Curtis Richards

Sheriff Leigh Brackett is a recurring character in the Halloween franchise. He first appears in the original Halloween, played by Charles Cyphers. He is the Haddonfield sheriff who is contacted by Dr. Loomis about escaped mental patient Michael Myers. Dr. Loomis tries to warn the skeptical sheriff of the danger Myers presents, explaining that he is "pure evil". Dr. Loomis' prediction comes true, as during the film, Brackett's own daughter Annie becomes one of Michael's victims. Sheriff Brackett also appears in Halloween II, once again played by Cyphers. In the film, Brackett learns of his daughter's death and watches as her corpse is taken away on a stretcher. He is devastated, and blames Dr. Loomis for allowing Michael to escape, and goes home to tell his wife about Annie's death. Brackett is referenced in Halloween 4, in which an officer tells Loomis that Brackett retired in 1981 and moved to St. Petersburg, Florida in the south, his position being taken over by Sheriff Ben Meeker.

Brackett did not appear in another Halloween film until Rob Zombie's remake, in which he is played by Brad Dourif. In this version of the story, Sheriff Lee Brackett is directly responsible for the adoption of Michael Myers' baby sister by the Strode family, having taken the child away following her mother's suicide. His daughter Annie survives Michael's killing spree, and he discovers her half-naked and tortured following Michael's attack. In the sequel to the remake, Halloween II, Sheriff Brackett has brought Laurie to live with him and Annie after the events of the previous film. Halfway through the film, Brackett tries to locate Laurie and tell her that she is Michael's sister, before she finds out from Dr. Loomis' book, but he is too late. After receiving a 911 call from his home, he finds his daughter's body following Michael's rampage. As in the original film's sequel, Brackett angrily blames Loomis for Annie's death and Laurie's jeopardy. Brackett later uses a rifle to shoot Michael after Dr. Loomis sacrifices himself to lure Michael into view, which leads to Michael's death at the hands of Laurie.

Sheriff Brackett appears in Halloween literature, including the novelizations of the films. In the comic book Halloween II: The Blackest Eyes, he has obtained copies of the private journals of Dr. Loomis, which reveal large portions of the Myers family history. The Cult of Thorn kidnap Brackett and Tommy Doyle for finding out too much information about them, and during an escape attempt, Brackett is injured by Michael, and killed by the cult, with Tommy being framed for his murder.[10] Brackett also appears in the comic book Halloween Autopsis, which follows a different timeline from The Blackest Eyes, and has Brackett still blaming Dr. Loomis for Annie's murder fifteen years later. However, in the online short story Sam, Brackett visits an older, sick Loomis and tells Marion, "Send him... send him my best wishes." In the comic book The First Death of Laurie Strode, Brackett is shown attending his daughter's funeral, insisting to Laurie Strode that Michael Myers is dead and gone.[11]

Lindsey Wallace

Appears in: Halloween (1978), Halloween II (1981), Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers and Rob Zombie's Halloween (2007), as well as in the novel Halloween (1979) by Curtis Richards

Lindsey Wallace first appears in 1978's Halloween as she is babysat by Annie Brackett, where she sits and watches The Thing from Another World. After Annie leaves the Wallace house to go and pick up her boyfriend, Paul, she leaves Lindsey in the care of Laurie Strode, who is babysitting Tommy Doyle at his house. Before leaving to pick up her boyfriend, Annie is killed by Michael. Lindsey is then seen asleep with Tommy while Laurie goes to check on Annie, Paul, Lynda and Bob. Lindsey and Tommy later open the door for Laurie as she is chased back into the house by Michael. After locking themselves in the bathroom and Laurie being attacked twice, Laurie tells them to go to the Mackenzies' house. She appears in Halloween II in a recap of the first film's final moments. She has a small role in Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers as a friend of Rachel Carruthers. She also appears in Rob Zombie's remake in a role much like the one she has in the original. She is played by Kyle Richards in the first and second films, Leslie L. Rohland in the fourth film, and by Jenny Gregg Stewart in the remake.

In the official sequel comic, Halloween: One Good Scare, set in 2003, Lindsey is 32 years old and remained into the care of David Loomis at Smith's Grove. Unable to escape Michael, she is taken from the hospital by him and later found dead with more than thirteen knives stabbed into her.

Lisa Thomas

Lisa is the main character in the comic book miniseries Halloween: Nightdance. The comic is set in 2000, and follows Lisa and her friends in Russellville, Illinois as they encounter Michael. In 1997, Lisa was babysitting a young boy when he ran into the Bowles House in the woods, the home of a murderer who is mentioned in a scene from the original Halloween film. Michael finds them in the house and locks them in the cellar for three days before they are found. Subsequently, she is clinically afraid of the dark. After all of her friends are killed, she is knocked out and placed in a coffin of broken glass and buried alive, under a wooden cross bearing the name "Judith Myers", hidden in the woods. Upon awakening in the ground, she starts to run out of air. A newspaper clipping from a week later states that her body was never found.

Lonnie Elamb

Appeared in Halloween (1978)

Lonnie Elamb (Brent Le Page) is a bully who picks on Tommy Doyle and teases him about the bogeyman, telling him that the bogeyman is coming for him and going to get him. Lonnie also scares Tommy by telling him that "awful stuff happened in the old Myers house".

Lynda Van Der Klok

Appears in: John Carpenter's Halloween (1978) and Rob Zombie's Halloween (2007), as well as in the novelization Halloween (1979) by Curtis Richards.

Lynda Van Der Klok appears in both the original Halloween and its remake. She appears in Halloween as Laurie Strode's best friend. She is played by P. J. Soles in the original, and by Kristina Klebe in the remake.

In the original film, Lynda is a good-natured but slightly vapid and hedonistic "valley girl" type. Along with her boyfriend Bob, she goes to the Wallace house on Halloween night to meet up with Annie and Paul as the pair had planned earlier. However, she is not aware that Annie has been killed by Michael Myers. After Lynda has sex with Bob, he goes downstairs to get beer. He is attacked by Michael, then pinned up against the wall by a knife. Michael then disguises himself as a ghost by wearing a sheet over his head along with Bob's glasses. Lynda, assuming that it is Bob, teases him by exposing her breasts, to no effect. She gets up to call Laurie to see if she knows where Annie or Paul are. Michael walks to Lynda while she is still on the phone, and just as Laurie answers, Michael grabs the phone cord and wraps it around Lynda's neck, strangling her. Laurie can hear Lynda squealing for help, but thinks it is a prank call. Lynda falls to the floor and dies, and her body is later discovered by Laurie, along with the bodies of Annie and Bob.

In the remake, Lynda, an ex-cheerleader, is a wild, foul-mouthed girl. She is best friends with Laurie and Annie. She has an outgoing, confident personality while also appearing very egotistical and opportunistic. On Halloween night, she and her boyfriend Bob sneak into the vacant Myers house for a wild night of sex, unaware that Michael is on the balcony watching them. After they have sex, Bob goes outside to his van to get more beer. He comes back inside dressed up as a ghost to surprise Lynda, but is ambushed by Michael, pushed up against the wall and stabbed. Lynda, who has not heard the attack because of the loud music she is playing, picks up her cell phone and decides to call Laurie. After Lynda finishes speaking to Laurie, Michael enters the room disguised in Bob's ghost costume and Lynda asks for her beer, but he ignores her. Lynda keeps asking him and he eventually holds his hand out to her. She is annoyed and gets up, grabbing the beer from him and berating him with profanities, adding that he (the supposed Bob) is bad in bed. Michael then takes off the ghost costume and begins to walk towards Lynda, who has her back to him and does not see him coming. He quickly grabs hold of her neck, choking her until she is dead. He then carries her away. Later that night, Laurie discovers Lynda's naked corpse set up in front of Deborah Myers's headstone and a jack-o'-lantern. She tries to help her and wake her up, before realizing she is dead.

In Rob Zombie's Halloween II, Lynda is the subject of a conversation between a pair of van drivers who are transporting Michael's body, and a photograph of her is shown later when her father Kyle attempts to take Dr. Loomis hostage, believing he is responsible for her death.


Marion Chambers

Appears in: John Carpenter's Halloween (1978), Halloween II (1981) and Halloween H20: 20 Years Later.

Marion Chambers makes her first appearance in Halloween as she drives Dr. Samuel Loomis to Smith's Grove. As Dr. Loomis walks out, Michael Myers attacks and tries to kill her, but is unsuccessful as she runs out into the rain. She also appears in Halloween II, where she escorts Dr. Loomis to a Marshall's car and tells him that Laurie Strode is related to Michael. They turn around and head to the hospital. As Dr. Loomis finds Laurie and shoots Michael, he tells Marion to get the police while he and the Marshall try to help Laurie. After Michael kills the Marshall and there is an explosion, Marion escorts Laurie to an ambulance. Her final appearance in the series was in Halloween H20: 20 Years Later, where it is revealed she took care of Dr. Loomis until he died. She dies in the opening of the film after having her throat slit by Michael. Nancy Stephens portrays her in all three films.

Mason Strode

Appeared in Rob Zombie's Halloween (2007)

Mason Strode (Pat Skipper) is the adoptive father of Laurie Strode in the remake. He is murdered by Michael Myers.

Michael Myers

Appears in: John Carpenter's Halloween (1978), John Carpenter's Halloween II (1981), Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers, Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers, Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers, Halloween H20: 20 Years Later, Halloween: Resurrection, Rob Zombie's Halloween (2007), and Rob Zombie's Halloween II (2009), as well as in the novel Halloween (1979) by Curtis Richards

Michael Audrey Myers is the main antagonist of the film series and a serial killer. He targets his family and anyone who is in the way. In John Carpenter's Halloween, it appears that Michael comes from a middle class family living in the suburbs. There is no background to explain why Michael, at the age of 6 years, killed his older sister and stopped talking (October 31, 1963). As a result of his heinous crime, Michael is institutionalized in the fictional Smith's Grove - Warren County Sanitarium. But in an exclusive scene in the novel, a judge says that Michael will go to trial at the age of 21 for the murder of his sister. In a scene in the movie that takes place fifteen years later (October 30, 1978), it is implied that Michael is mentally ill and suffering from schizophrenia when Dr. Loomis tells Nurse Marion Chambers that he wants Michael to be on thorazine when he is seen by the judge. Presumably, Michael would be going to trial for the murder of his sister, Judith Myers. However, it isn't until the sequel of 1981 that the film alludes to the possibility that Michael has something more going on with him than mental illness when he writes the Celtic word Samhain in blood on the elementary school chalk board. In the novel, Michael's need to kill is caused by spirit possession and relates to the festival of Samhain. This is conveyed through a dream that Michael has, which happens to be very similar to a murder that took place during a Samhain festival in ancient Ireland. It is mentioned in the novel's prologue. Also, in the novel a young Michael hopes that by killing Judith, the voice inside his head will go away.

In the remake by Rob Zombie, Michael's urge to kill is caused in part by his dysfunctional home life. His mother, Deborah Myers, works as a stripper and is in a relationship with Ronnie White, who is a drunk and verbally abusive. Judith Myers has a larger role in the film and is an outspoken and promiscuous teenager. However, it is revealed from the beginning that Laurie Strode is his sister and that Michael is very fond of her. Michael's first murder victim is a school bully, Judith being his fourth and last before being institutionalized.

  • Known relatives of his based on 1978's Halloween, Halloween II (1981), Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers, Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers and H20, include Judith Myers (his first victim), Laurie Strode, Jamie Lloyd, Steven, and John Tate.
  • According to the information provided in Halloween (1978), Michael Myers, based on the date of Judith's murder (October 31, 1963) and his age at the time in which it occurred (6 years old), he would have been born sometime in the year 1957.
  • In two scenes exclusive to the 1979 Halloween novel by Curtis Richards, Michael, after murdering Judith, walks into the kitchen to drink milk and eat some cookies. After he has a snack, he then walks out the front door where his parents find him holding the knife. In another section of the novel after Michael has been institutionalized, Michael talks to his psychiatrist, Samuel Loomis, about having a Halloween party. This contradicts the original 1978 film, where it is said Michael stopped talking after murdering Judith in 1963.
  • Also in the novel, after Laurie drops off the key to the Myers house, Michael watches her walk down the road and takes an interest in her because he thinks her features resemble Judith.
  • Following Rob Zombie's Halloween reboot, relatives include Judith Myers, Laurie Strode, and Deborah Myers.
  • In Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers, it is revealed when Dr. Hoffman is typing a report on him, that his middle name is Audrey. The same middle name is given in one of the additional scenes created for the network-TV airing of the original film, as one of the doctors at the Smith's Grove sanitarium reads to Loomis a judge's ruling that Michael be remanded to their custody.
  • In the original Halloween from 1978, Michael is 6 years old when he commits his first murder and has light brown hair and brown eyes. In Rob Zombie's remake, Michael is 10 years old when he commits his first murder and has blonde hair and blue eyes.
  • In Rob Zombie's Halloween from 2007 he was portrayed by: Daeg Faerch (young Michael Myers) and Tyler Mane.

Dr. Mixter

Appears in Halloween II (1981)

Dr. Mixter (Ford Rainey) is the doctor who examines Laurie Strode when she arrives at Haddonfield Memorial Hospital. He is later found dead in his office with a needle sticking out of his eye by nurse Janet. A Dr. Mixter is also mentioned in Halloween: Resurrection.

Morgan Strode

Appeared in Halloween (1978)

Morgan Strode (Peter Griffith) is the adoptive father of Laurie. He is a real estate salesman trying to sell the old Myers house. His name is not mentioned in the film but only in the credits.


Norma Watson

Appears in: Halloween H20: 20 Years Later.

Norma Watson (Janet Leigh) was the secretary of Keri Tate at Hillcrest Academy. She was very good at her job and took care of any problem that happened at the school. She was also very maternal towards everyone. On October 31, 1998, as the students were leaving for their trip, she bumped into Miss Tate which scared her. She told her that everyone was entitled to one good scare. She had noticed that Keri was feeling upset about something and had seen her like that numerous times before. She hated to see her friend like this and told her to try and concentrate on today and not the past and also told her to take care of herself. Keri thanked her for the advice and as they parted ways, Norma wished her a happy Halloween and left.


Patrick Carter

Patrick Carter is the main character of the comic book Halloween: Autopsis. He is a photographer who instantly becomes obsessed with Annie Brackett's corpse upon seeing it. He pursues Dr. Loomis whom he feels will lead him to Michael, only to disregard Loomis' warning to stay away. As a result, he is killed by Michael, who slits his throat and replaces his eyes with parts of his own camera.

Peter Myers

Appeared in Halloween (1978)

Mr. Peter Myers (George O'Hanlon Jr.) is the father of Michael Myers, Judith Myers and Laurie Strode. His name is not mentioned in the film but it is listed in the credits. He is featured at the end of the opening scene standing outside the family home and says "Michael?!" as he pulls off the clown mask. Once he sees that it is Michael, he stares at him in apparent shock. After that scene this character is never shown again. The absence of the father is not explained until the sequel from 1981, where it is revealed that Mr. and Mrs. Myers died two years after Judith's murder and Michael being institutionalized, leading to Laurie's adoption by the Strodes

  • In the sequel, Halloween II, Michael broke into the elementary school and drew a picture of his parents and sister, Judith. He left the drawing behind after he used a butcher knife to stab his drawing of Judith. It was discovered by the police and brought to the attention of his psychiatrist, Samuel Loomis, who briefly examined it.


Rachel Carruthers

Appears in: Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers and Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers

Rachel Carruthers is the only child of Richard and Darlene Carruthers. She is played by actress Ellie Cornell. It is revealed by Rachel that Laurie Strode - Jamie Lloyd's mother - babysat her when she was younger. As Rachel was around eight years old in 1978, it is possible she was a classmate of Tommy Doyle and Lindsey Wallace.

In November 1987, Jamie's mother, Laurie Strode, and father, are apparently killed in a car accident. As a result, Laurie's friends Richard and Darlene become Jamie's foster parents. Rachel is older than Jamie by nine years and becomes a surrogate sister to her.

At 4:00 AM on Monday October 31, 1988, Rachel sees Jamie is wide awake in the living room, the fourth night the girl has had difficulty sleeping. Rachel insists that Jamie return to bed. Jamie questions if Rachel loves her, and Rachel answers that she does. However, Jamie still wonders if her adoptive sister loves her as a real sibling; Rachel admits that she and Jamie are not real sisters, but that she does not love her any less because of that.

At first, she sees Jamie as a problem to her plans to be with her boyfriend Brady on Halloween. Throughout the film, Rachel takes Jamie out to pick an outfit to go trick-or-treating and flirts with Brady. She eventually protects Jamie from her uncle and assists in seemingly killing him.

The character of Rachel appears briefly in Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers before being murdered and having her role as Jamie's protector taken over by her friend Tina. At the beginning of the film, Michael stalks Rachel around her house after she gets out of the shower, eventually killing her by stabbing her in the chest with a pair of scissors. Towards the end of the film, Rachel's body is seen in the attic of the old Myers house that Michael chases Jamie into. Ellie Cornell did not initially plan on returning as Rachel in Halloween 5, but agreed to do so with the understanding that her character would be killed off early in the film. Originally, Michael was to shove the pair of scissors down her throat, but Cornell felt that this would be too gruesome, and requested that the writers change it; as a result, she is instead stabbed in the chest.

Richard Carruthers

Appears in Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers

Richard Carruthers (Jeff Olson) is the foster father of Jamie Lloyd and father of Rachel Carruthers.


Appears in Halloween (1978)

Richie (Mickey Yablans) is friends with Lonnie Elamb and also bullies Tommy Doyle.

Ronnie White

Appears in: Rob Zombie's Halloween (2007)

Ronnie White is the abusive boyfriend of Deborah Myers and is particularly abusive towards her son, Michael Myers. He is played by William Forsythe. Ronnie is depicted as being a lazy, abusive drunk who spends most of his time arguing with the family. He is killed at the beginning of the film by a young Michael, who slits his throat using a large kitchen knife.

Ryan Nichols

Ryan Nichols appears in the comic book miniseries Halloween: Nightdance.


Dr. Samuel Loomis

Donald Pleasence as Dr. Loomis appeared in five films in the series

Appears in: John Carpenter's Halloween (1978), John Carpenter's Halloween II (1981), Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers, Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers, Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers, Rob Zombie's Halloween (2007), and Rob Zombie's Halloween II (2009), as well as in the novel Halloween (1979) by Curtis Richards

Dr. Samuel Loomis (Donald Pleasence) first appears in the 1978 film Halloween and is a psychiatrist. His patient is Michael Myers. He goes to Haddonfield, Illinois after Michael escapes from Smith's Grove Sanitarium. Once in Haddonfield, he goes to the local cemetery and discovers that Judith Myers's tombstone is missing, thus confirming his suspicion that Michael returned home. He later informs Sheriff Leigh Brackett about the danger that Michael poses for the residents of Haddonfield. Throughout the film, he searches for Michael and successfully finds him at the Doyle residence. There, Dr. Loomis shoots Michael, who is strangling Laurie Strode, which causes Michael to fall out a second floor window and onto the front lawn. But when Dr. Loomis peers out of the window, he discovers that Michael is gone. This character returns in Halloween II, Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers, Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers, and Halloween 6: The Curse of Michael Myers. In Rob Zombie's Halloween from 2007, a new incarnation of the character would be introduced, portrayed by Malcolm McDowell. This character appeared again in Halloween II from 2009 and was portrayed by the same actor from the 2007 film.

Dr. Loomis is a character in the Halloween novelization by Curtis Richards as well as in many of the Halloween comics.

Sara Moyer

Appears in: Halloween: Resurrection

Sara Moyer is the protagonist of Halloween: Resurrection. She is played by Bianca Kajlich. Sara and her friends sign up for a game show in which they must stay in the Myers House for a whole night. As the game show progresses, Michael returns home and kills many of Sara's friends. However, fortunately for Sara, her pen pal Myles Barton (Ryan Merriman) has contact with her inside the house through her PDA, guiding her through the house to safety. As the film progresses, Sara attempts to fight back using a chainsaw, but is unsuccessful, accidentally starting a fire inside the house. As she tries to escape, her leg is caught under a table with heavy wires on top of it, but she is eventually saved by Freddie Harris (Busta Rhymes). They escape from the house, leaving Michael inside. By the end of the film, Sara and Freddie are still alive, being two of the few in the series to survive an attack by Michael and the sole survivors in Halloween: Resurrection. Unlike other protagonists, she has no relation to Michael.

Steve Haley

Appears in Rob Zombie's Halloween (2007)

Steve Haley (Adam Weisman) is the boyfriend of Judith Myers in the remake. He was murdered by Michael Myers after he had sex with Judith. His death was caused by a severe beating to the head with a baseball bat. He is notable for wearing the white mask which is later worn by Michael when he murders Judith and when he returns to Haddonfield, Illinois years later.


Appears in: Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers.

The son of Jamie Lloyd. He is shown as a baby in Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers and is protected by Tommy Doyle after his mother, Jamie Lloyd, is murdered. His relatives through Jamie are Laurie Strode, Michael Myers, Judith Myers and their parents.

Mrs. Strode

A character from the novel Halloween (1979) by Curtis Richards, later appearing on screen in Halloween II (1981)

Mrs. Strode is the adoptive mother of Laurie Strode. In the novel, it is neither indicated that Mrs. Strode is the adoptive mother nor biological mother of Laurie Strode (The sibling plot device that connects victim with attacker was not established until the sequel film and its subsequent novelization). In the novel, on October 31, 1978, Mrs. Strode converses with Laurie when she arrives home from school. It is immediately viewed by the reader that she is a loving, caring mother. In the film's original shooting script, there was a scene that was to briefly feature Mrs. Strode onscreen; Laurie's mother is busy making candied apples when Laurie arrives home from school and quickly informs her that Annie had just called. She then kindly suggests that Laurie call Annie back. This brief scene was to take place just before Laurie goes to her bedroom and soon after sees the Shape in her backyard. No scene featuring Laurie's mother was ever shot. In the film Halloween II, it is revealed that Mrs. Strode is Laurie's adoptive mother. In one scene, when a hospitalized Laurie is dreaming about her childhood, she remembers asking her mother about her paternity. She inquires, "Why won't you tell me? Why won't you ever tell me anything?" Mrs. Strode firmly replies, "I told you; I'm not your mother." Later in the film, Marion Chambers divulges to Dr. Loomis that Laurie was born two years (1961) before her brother Michael was committed to Smith's Grove sanitarium (1963). Two years after, Laurie and Michael's parents died (1965) and Laurie was adopted by the Strodes. The official website for the Halloween films had a list of major Halloween saga characters in the late 1990s. On Laurie Strode's character history, it was revealed that Pamela Strode is the name of Laurie's adoptive mother. It also revealed that Pamela was a housewife whilst her husband Morgan Strode was the owner and operator for Strode Realty, a local real estate agency. In Halloween II, Head Nurse Virginia Alves tries getting in touch with Laurie's parents by telephone. She learns that the hospital's chief physician Dr. Frederick Mixter was present at the same Halloween party as Laurie's parents. By the time Laurie was admitted, it was uncertain if the Strodes had returned home, were still guests at the party, or were elsewhere that night. Later when Laurie senses that her tormentor is still in pursuit, she frees herself from her hospital room and soon after locates a vacant patient's room. In the extended version of this scene, Laurie is terrified by the feeling that her attacker may be getting closer and desperately tries calling her mother. When she cannot get a dial tone, while in a state of fear, she says to herself, "He won't die, Mama; he won't go away, Mama." In the Halloween sequel from 1981, Mrs. Strode is portrayed by Pamela McMyler.


Dr. Terence Wynn

Appears in: John Carpenter's Halloween (1978), Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers and Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers. Nurse Wynn appears in Rob Zombie's Halloween (2007).

Dr. Terence Wynn a.k.a. The Man in Black is portrayed by Robert Phalen in Halloween, Don Shanks in Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers, Mitchell Ryan in Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers and as Nurse Wynn by Sybil Danning in Rob Zombie's Halloween.

Despite being the administrator of Smith's Grove - Warren County Sanitarium, Dr. Wynn only makes a short appearance in the first Halloween film. In it, he is seen walking with Dr. Loomis towards his car. During the scene, Dr. Loomis expresses his anger that Michael Myers was able to escape from the facility the previous night. Dr. Wynn says that Michael could not have gotten far because he could not drive. Dr. Loomis says ironically "He was doing very well last night! Maybe, someone around here gave him lessons." This exchange gains additional meaning after the revelation in the sixth film that Dr. Wynn had been watching over Michael since his incarceration, and is probably he who taught Michael how to drive.

Although it was unknown at the time, Dr. Wynn made his next appearance in Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers. The film features a mysterious "Man in Black" arriving in Haddonfield, who has a tattoo identical to one which Michael has. In the climax of the film, the Man in Black, in his role as Michael's guardian, kills everyone at the Haddonfield police station with a machine gun and afterwards abducts Michael from the police station and eventually Jamie herself who was also there. This film did not reveal the Man in Black's identity to the audience, and at the time the film went into production, the writers themselves had not decided who the Man in Black actually was.

In the sixth film, it is revealed that the Man in Black is Dr. Wynn, and that he is the head of a cult which supposedly cursed Michael into killing his whole family, therefore explaining the reason for his constant pursuit of his sister and later his niece. In the end, Wynn turns out to have a team of staff geneticists, secretly using Michael's DNA to exploit his evil power through DNA testing. The organization, after failing in DNA and in-vitro fertilization experiments tested on the female patients of Smith's Grove Sanitarium attempted to use the infant child of now 15 year old Jamie Lloyd in hopes of recreating pure evil. Dr. Wynn's fate presumably ends in an operating room massacre as Michael storms in during the procedure and butchers his team of surgeons. It remains ambiguous as to whether Wynn escaped the carnage or died with his colleagues.

In the Producer's Cut of the sixth film however, Dr. Wynn and his staff follow their cult aspect more closely and planned on making Jamie's baby Michael's final sacrifice during a ritual. Tommy Doyle however interrupts the ritual and soon paralyzes Michael with rune stones, releasing him of his curse. Later, Dr. Loomis approaches the person he thinks is Michael Myers relieved that it was now all over but to Loomis' surprise, Michael has switched clothes with Wynn and left him lying there while he makes his escape into the night. Loomis takes the mask off Wynn, and a dying Wynn grabs Loomis' arm, telling him, "It's your game now, Dr. Loomis." Loomis then looks at his wrist and sees that the Thorn tattoo is now on his arm, symbolizing his new role as the leader of the Thorn Cult. Dr. Wynn is not featured in the subsequent films, which ignore the previous three films, thereby eliminating the Wynn/Thorn plotline.

In the remake of the original film, Wynn also appears briefly, but is a female nurse, not a male doctor. In the film, she is asked to watch a young Michael Myers while Dr. Loomis walks Mrs. Myers to her car. Nurse Wynn teases Michael and is killed when he pulls a fork from his food tray and stabs her in the neck.

Wynn makes a cameo appearance in the comic Halloween III: The Devil's Eyes, the final issue of Chaos! Comics' Halloween miniseries, which attempts to bridge Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers and Halloween H20: 20 Years Later. In the comic, Wynn is shown running Smith's Grove, where Tommy Doyle is being held, framed for the murders of Richie Castle and Sheriff Leigh Brackett. Wynn believes that Tommy has outlived his usefulness, and he and an orderly at the institute prepare to kill him and make the murder appear as a suicide. As Wynn and his colleague close in on Tommy in his cell, preparing to sedate him, Tommy fights back and beats the orderly unconscious, knocks Wynn aside and escapes. Wynn later kills the orderly, frames Tommy for the crime and appears at the end of the comic, visiting Laurie Strode, who has gone insane, in Smith's Grove.[6]

Tina Williams

Appears in: Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers

Tina Williams (Wendy Kaplan) is the best friend of Rachel Carruthers, Samantha Thomas and Lindsey Wallace in Halloween 5. Her boyfriend is Mike Gonland. When Jamie Lloyd is having thoughts and dreams about Michael Myers, Tina ignores her and goes to a party at a farm with Samantha and their friend Spitz, then she tries to find Mike, unaware that he has been murdered by Michael. She then goes to the farm tower, followed by Jamie and Billy Hill. After Samantha and Spitz are murdered, Tina sees Michael at the farm. She runs outside to find help and finds the bodies of two police officers. Michael then climbs in his car and chases Jamie, Billy, and Tina into the woods. Tina is eventually stabbed to death, sacrificing herself to save Jamie.

Tommy Doyle

The adult Tommy Doyle was portrayed by Paul Rudd

Appears in: John Carpenter's Halloween (1978), Halloween II (1981), Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers, Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers and Rob Zombie's Halloween (2007), as well as in the novel Halloween (1979) by Curtis Richards

Tommy Doyle is a recurring character in the Halloween series. In the original Halloween, Doyle is an eight-year-old boy being babysat by Laurie Strode alongside Lindsey Wallace. He is played by Brian Andrews. Tommy is afraid of the bogeyman and constantly asks questions about him to Laurie, who claims he does not exist. When he sees Michael Myers across the street at the Wallace house, Tommy believes it is the bogeyman, but Laurie dismisses his concerns. When Laurie eventually goes over to the Wallace house to check on Annie and Lynda, she is attacked by Michael. She runs back to the Doyle house, screaming at Tommy to wake up and unlock the door, and he does so. Laurie eventually sends him and Lindsey to find help, and their screams alert Dr. Loomis to Michael's location.[1] Halloween II briefly features Tommy in footage from the first film,[2] but the character does not reappear fully until the sixth film.

Tommy Doyle appears as a teenager in Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers hanging out with Brady at the convenience store. He was portrayed by Danny Ray.

In Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers, a 25-year-old Tommy is a disturbed individual who is obsessed with Michael. He is played by Paul Rudd. Tommy theorizes that Michael's obsession with killing his family members stems from the Curse of Thorn, and vows to protect Jamie Lloyd's baby, the latest in the Myers bloodline. His search leads him to the Smith's Grove Sanitarium, where he and Dr. Loomis uncover the supposed "Cult of Thorn". Tommy battles Michael, beating him with a pipe, and escapes with baby Steven along with Kara, and Danny Strode.[12]

Tommy is played by Skyler Gisondo in the remake, where the character has a similar role to the one he has in the original.[3]

Tommy also appears in the Chaos! Comics one-shot Halloween, in which he is the protagonist. The comic follows on from The Curse of Michael Myers, and sees Tommy vowing to kill Michael once and for all after receiving the journals of Dr. Loomis. The sequel, Halloween II: The Blackest Eyes, sees him team up with Sheriff Brackett to battle Michael and the Cult of Thorn. In the conclusion, Halloween III: The Devil's Eyes, Tommy escapes Smith's Grove after being blamed for Michael's killings, and finds Lindsey Wallace, who is now a reporter in Chicago. Together, they go through the journals of Dr. Loomis and find out more about the history of the Myers family. Michael eventually attacks Tommy and Lindsey, but they fight back and remove his mask to reveal Laurie Strode. Laurie, having gone insane following the events of Halloween H20, murders Tommy with a shard of glass before being committed to Smith's Grove herself.[13] A different version of Tommy appears in the comic book Halloween: 30 Years of Terror, which ignores The Curse of Michael Myers and any related stories. It depicts Tommy as a comic book artist, working on a series of comics featuring Michael Myers, Jamie Lloyd, and Thorn.[7]

Daniel Farrands, writer of The Curse of Michael Myers, compares Tommy's arc in that film to Laurie Strode's in Halloween H20: that of a traumatized victim who must stop running and face their worst fear. He claims that this was supposed to be more obvious, with flashbacks to the original film, but the development of the film resulted in many of those scenes being lost. Farrands says that he brought Tommy back as a way of bridging the gap between the sequels and the first film. His intent was for Tommy to be the successor to Dr. Loomis, to act as a "voice of sanity...a kind of modern Van Helsing, the fearless Michael hunter!", a role he believed was missing from H20 and Resurrection.[14]


Will Brennan

Appeared in Halloween H20: 20 Years Later

Will Brennan (Adam Arkin) is the boyfriend of Keri Tate - also known as Laurie Strode. Laurie reveals her true identity to Will. However, when Michael comes to Hillcrest Academy, he murders Will in front of Laurie.


  1. ^ a b Carpenter, John (Writer/Director) and Debra Hill (Writer) (1978). Halloween (DVD). United States: Compass International Pictures. 
  2. ^ a b Rosenthal, Rick (Director), John Carpenter, and Debra Hill (Writers) (1981). Halloween II (DVD). United States: Universal Pictures. 
  3. ^ a b Zombie, Rob (Writer/Director) (2007). Halloween (DVD). United States: Dimension Films. 
  4. ^ Zombie, Rob (Writer/Director) (2009). Halloween II (DVD). United States: Dimension Films. 
  5. ^ Richards, Curtis (October 1979). Halloween. Bantam Books. ISBN 0553132261. 
  6. ^ a b Phil Nutman (w), Justiniano (p). Halloween III: The Devil's Eyes 3 (2001), Chaos! Comics
  7. ^ a b Stephen Hutchinson (w), Daniel Zezelj, Jim Daly, Brett Weldele, Jeffrey Zornow, Lee Ferguson, Tim Seeley (p), Nick Bell, Rob Buffalo, Jeffrey Zornow, Elizabeth John (i). Halloween: 30 Years of Terror (August, 2007), Devil's Due Publishing
  8. ^ HalloweenComics Morgue Reports
  9. ^ Nicholas Rogers, Halloween: From Pagan Ritual to Party Night (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002), 122.
  10. ^ Phil Nutman and Mickey Yablans (w), Jerry Beck (p). Halloween II: The Blackest Eyes 2 (2001), Chaos! Comics
  11. ^ Stefan Hutchinson (w), Jeff Zornow (p). Halloween: The First Death of Laurie Strode 1-2 (2008), Devil's Due Publishing
  12. ^ Chappelle, Joe (Director) and Daniel Farrands (Writer) (1995). Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers (DVD). United States: Miramax Films. 
  13. ^ "Halloween — Michael Myers comic book titles". Movie Maniacs Comic Books. Retrieved 2008-05-22. 
  14. ^ "Daniel Farrands interview". Icons of Fright. 2005. Retrieved 2008-06-01. 

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