Caitlin Byrne was an investigative reporter for the San Francisco Times. She took an interest in Julian Luna, the so-called "Boss of Bosses" and tried to write a piece on him. Julian became attracted to Caitlin and used his resources to buy the San Francisco Times, thus elevating her status to city editor. Caitlin fell in love with Julian, but was intimidated by his mysterious lifestyle. She was unaware that in addition to Julian's more unscrupulous enterprises, he was also the vampire Prince of the city. On two separate occasions, Caitlin learned about the existence of the Kindred, but in both instances her memories of the incidents were erased.
Featured in: Kindred: The Embraced
Played by: Kelly Rutherford
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Carl Schlag was an abusive and violent man, with a horrible reputation for his relationships with women. One Halloween night, Carl decided to crash a costume party hosted by an ex-girlfriend named Linda. While there, he met an alluring blonde-haired woman whom he took to calling Molly. Molly wore an intricate white ceramic face mask - or so Carl believed. She seduced him and they went back to her apartment to have sex upon the floor. To keep things lively, and non-personal, Molly insisted that they should both keep their masks on. When Carl tried to remove Molly's mask, he scratched himself and realized that she was never wearing a mask to begin with. Molly drugged Carl then took a power saw to him, cutting of his own face as a trophy and adding it to a wall decorated with the faces of her other male victims.
Camus was a major in the United States Marine Corps assigned to command a special detachment known as Z-Squad. Z-Squad's primary duty, was to sweep the laboratories of W Industries where a zombie outbreak had occurred. Armed with military issue weaponry as well as EMP cannons, Z-Squad cleaned the infected facility, although the EMP weapons proved useless. Major Camus then led a secondary raid on a gentleman's club called Rhino's, which had likewise suffered a zombie outbreak.
Featured in: Zombie Strippers (2008)
Played by: Catero Colbert
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Perpetually dressed in clown makeup and attire, Captain Spaulding was the proprietor of Captain Spaulding's Museum of Monsters and Madmen. He gave directions to Bill Hudley, Mary Knowles, Jerry Goldsmith and Denise Willis that sent them straight into the hands of his associates in the Firefly family. Spaulding later reunited with his daughter, Baby Firefly and her adoptive "brother", Otis B. Driftwood. Following a raid on the Firefly ranch, Spaulding, Baby and Otis sought refuge with Spaulding's brother, Charlie Altamont. They were later captured by Sheriff John Quincy Wydell and gunned down at a police roadblock.
- Main article: Captain Spaulding
Cash was a vampire of Clan Category:Gangrel and served as clan Primogen in San Francisco under Prince Julian Luna. Although Cash and Luna clashed with one another on several instances, Julian began to see the value in the angry young vampire and made him his chief of security. Cash became romantically involved with Julian's human descendent Sasha Luna. He asked Julian's permission to embrace her, but the decision was taken away from him when a Brujah vampire turned her into a Kindred against her will. Cash and Sasha attempted to maintain their relationship despite the fact that they were both members of clans who were classically sworn enemies of one another.
Featured in: Kindred: The Embraced
Played by: Channon Roe
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Charles Henderson was a physician living in rural England during the 1980s. He was having an affair with a woman named Mary Winter, who was the wife of one of his patients, David Winter. David invited Charles to his house to introduce him to a woman named Lucinda Jessup, who claimed to be a witch. When he arrived, Lucinda was nowhere to be found, and Charles thought that David was overworked and hallucinating. Mary later broke up with Charles after he refused to render any assistance to David.
Featured in: Hammer House of Horror Episode: Witching Time
Played by: Ian McCulloch
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Charlie Altamont was a pimp and the proprietor of Charlie’s Frontier Fun Town. He was also the adoptive brother of Captain Spaulding. Charlie betrayed the Fireflys to Sheriff John Quincy Wydell, but later attempted to redeem himself when he prevented Wydell from murdering Baby.
- Main article: Charlie Altamont
Chester Chesterfield was the caretaker of Haddonfield Cemetery. He was greeted by Doctor Sam Loomis who asked him about the members of the Myers family who were buried here. Chester remembered Deborah Myers, mother of Michael Myers, and commented upon how difficult it must have been being labeled "Satan's mother". Both men came upon the desecrated grave of Deborah's oldest child Judith Myers. The headstone had been stolen and in its place rested the crucified remains of a small coyote.
Featured in: Halloween (2007)
Played by: Sid Haig
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Chris Boal was a student at Sunnydale High School in 1997. He invited a girl named Darla into the school after hours in the hopes of having some fun and possibly even sex. Darla surprised him when she revealed that she was actually a vampire. She attacked Chris and killed him. His body was later discovered inside the locker of a student named Aura. Note: Name revealed in the shooting script for the unaired pilot only. In the actual episode, the character is credited only as "Boy".
Featured in: Buffy the Vampire Slayer ("Welcome to the Hellmouth")
Played by: Carmine D. Giovinazzo
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Clevon was the partner of pimp Charlie Altamont. He harbored a sexual fascination with Princess Leia from Star Wars and was also deeply offended when a chicken peddler named Darrell accused him of fornicating with a chicken.
Featured in: The Devil's Rejects (2005)
Played by: Michael Berryman
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Featured in: Blood Monkey (2007)
Played by: F. Murray Abraham
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The Crypt Keeper is a fictional ghoul and the host of the Tales from the Crypt magazine, film and television franchise. He was introduced in the pages of the Tales from the Crypt comic book series by EC Comics with issue #20, dated October-November, 1950. The first story presented in that issue was "The Thing from the Sea", written and illustrated by Al Feldstein. The character simultaneously appeared in Haunt of Fear #4 released with a November-December cover date. The Crypt Keeper was one of a triumvirate of GhouLunatics, which included the Old Witch and the Vault Keeper, who competed with one another as hosts for various stories throughout the series. The hosts were also seen in magazines such as The Haunt of Fear and The Vault of Horror. In the early EC days, the Crypt Keeper was presented as an eerie old man, with a penchant for rattling off off-color puns.
Cynthia Strode was the wife of Mason Strode and the adoptive mother of Laurie Strode. Michael Myers broke into the Strode residence after killing Mason on the front porch. He brutalized Cynthia Strode and showed her an old photograph of her daughter, indicating that he was looking for her. When Cynthia failed to give him what he wanted, he stabbed her to death. Her body was found hours later.
Featured in: Halloween (2007)
Played by: Dee Wallace
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