Where are The Addams Family cast now?

THE Addams Family is much-loved for its eccentric plotline and glamourous characters.

The 1991 comedy film has become a staple family movie and essential Halloween viewing. But what are all the actors doing now?

Where are The Addams Family cast now?

Anjelica Huston

Fans of the creepy movie will remember Anjelica Huston as the mysterious Morticia Addams.

As well as starring in the Addams Family, Houston, 69, has taken on various award-winning roles, including Etheline Tenenbaum in The Royal Tenenbaums, Maerose Prizzi in Prizzi's Honor, Miss Ernst in The Witches, and Baroness Rodmilla de Ghent in Ever After.

She starred in Gucci's 2020 Bloom campaign alongside Florence Welch and Jodie Turner-Smith.

Huston now spends her days at her ranch near California's Sequoia National Forest and is a keen horse-rider.

Christina Ricci

After her role as Wednesday Addams, Ricci appeared in movies Casper and Now and Then, cementing her place as a teen icon.

She has also had roles in Patty Jenkins' Monster and Tim Burton's Sleepy Hollow alongside Johnny Depp.

She starred in the ABC series Pan Am from 2011-12, where she met her husband James Heerdegen

However, the pair divorced in 2020 after the actress was granted an emergency protective order against James.

Carel Struycken

Struycken, who played the imposing giant Lurch, has continued to act after The Addams Family.

Struycken also starred as Fidel in The Witches of Eastwick and Mr. Homn in Star Trek: The Next Generation.

At nearly 7ft tall, Struycken was cast The Giant in Twin Peaks as well as its sequel series.

Struycken is now an avid photographer based in Los Angeles, specialising in spherical panoramas.

Raúl Juliá

Raúl Juliá may be remembered as the patriarch, Gomez Addams from the 1991 movie, but he was a widely-renowned actor before that role.

The Puerto Rican actor received international recognition for his stage performances.

He starred alongside Meryl Streep in a revival of Shakespeare's Taming of the Shrew, and starred in a production of n Two Gentlemen of Verona, for which he won a Tony award.

His film debut was alongside Al Pacino in The Panic in Needle Park and he went on to star in various other films, including The Addams Family.

In 1994, Raúl starred in The Burning Season, but tragically died from a stroke in the same year aged just 54.

Christopher Lloyd

Creepy Uncle Fester was acted by Christopher Lloyd.

Funnily enough, The Addams Family isn't actually his most famous role. You may recognise him as Doc from Back to the Future and its sequels.

But Lloyd has also had award-winning roles in Taxi, Road to Avonlea and Twenty Bucks.

In 2019, Lloyd lent his voice to The Black Monk in The Haunted Swordsman and has various movies in post-production as of 2020.

Jimmy Workman

Jimmy Workman played the Addams' unwitting child, Pugsley.

He starred in  the Addams Family and its sequel, Addams Family Values before taking on other small roles as a child.

Those included films such as Black Sheep, As Good as It Gets, and The Biggest Fan. 

He eventually gave up on acting and stayed out of the spotlight, becoming a cameraman.

Workman's older sister is actress Shanelle Gray, who has appeared of Grey's Anatomy, and his younger sister is actress Ariel Winter, of Modern Family fame.

Judith Malina

Judith Malina played the witchy Grandmama in the Addams family.

Malina was a devoted theater actress and and co-founder of the experimental Living Theatre troupe.

Malina sadly passed away in 2015 at the age of 88.

Dan Hedaya

Hedaya plays The Addams family antagonist, lawyer Tully Alford.

Hedaya, now 80, has since started in blockbuster hits, often as a sleazy villain.

He has starred in Clueless, A Night at the Roxbury, Mulholland Drive, True Confessions and The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension.

Recently he featured in Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them and TV show The Mindy Project.

Elizabeth Wilson

Elizabeth Wilson starred alongside Hedaya as Abigail Craven, the other antagonist who with Tully tried to scheme the Addams out of their fortune.

The prolific actress appeared in over 30 movies and many Broadway plays.

Her movie credits include A Child Is Waiting, The Birds and The Graduate.

Wilson won the Tony Award in 1972 for Best Featured Actress in a Play for her role in Sticks and Bones.

She died aged 94 in 2015 after a long and successful career.

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