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Lisa Wilcox is a Actor American born on 27 april 1964 at Columbia (USA)

Lisa Wilcox

Lisa Wilcox
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Birth name Lisa E. Wilcox
Nationality USA
Birth 27 april 1964 (60 years) at Columbia (USA)

Lisa E. Wilcox (born April 27, 1964) is an American actress who has starred in film and television.

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Robert Shaye
Robert Shaye
(4 films)
Wes Craven
Wes Craven
(4 films)
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Filmography of Lisa Wilcox (6 films)

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Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy, 4h
Directed by Daniel Farrands
Origin USA
Genres Documentary, Horror
Themes Films about films, Documentary films about business, Documentary films about the film industry, Serial killer films, Documentary films about films
Actors Heather Langenkamp, Wes Craven, Robert Englund, Robert Shaye, Lisa Wilcox, John Saxon
Roles Self
Rating85% 4.282184.282184.282184.282184.28218
Depuis des décennies, Freddy Krueger s'est frayé un chemin à travers les rêves d'innombrables jeunes, effrayant plus d'un demi-milliard de dollars au box-office à travers huit films terrifiants et spectaculaires.
Watchers Reborn, 1h30
Directed by John Carl Buechler
Origin USA
Genres Science fiction, Horror
Actors Mark Hamill, Lisa Wilcox, Dr. Stephen Macht, Lou Rawls, Bob Clendenin, Kane Hodder
Roles Grace
Rating37% 1.880031.880031.880031.880031.88003
Ever since he lost his wife and son in a devastating fire, Detective Jack Murphy (Mark Hamill) has wandered around life in a fog. But he is forced to face his terrifying memories when his partner Gus is killed in a mysterious slaying. Killed in a manner too brutal to be human, too clever to be animal, the only clues to Gus's death are a vagabond golden retriever and Dr. Grace Hudson (Lisa Wilcox), the beautiful scientist who seeks him out. Dr. Hudson tells Jack that Einstein, the dog, is actually one half of a super-secret government experiment. With an IQ of 140, the dog was designed as a tracker for a genetically engineered killing machine known as the Outsider. Jack and Grace must stop the Outsider from killing again while preventing Lem Johnson (Stephen Macht) and the NSA from terminating the experiment... killing everyone who has knowledge of its existence.
Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare, 1h45
Directed by Rachel Talalay
Origin USA
Genres Thriller, Comedy, Horror comedy, Horror
Themes Freddy, Serial killer films, Comedy horror films
Actors Shon Greenblatt, Lisa Zane, Robert Englund, Lezlie Deane, Yaphet Kotto, Breckin Meyer
Roles Alice Johnson (uncredited/flashback)
Rating47% 2.3574152.3574152.3574152.3574152.357415
Set ten years from the present and from the fifth film, it is 1999 and Freddy Krueger has managed to kill every child in Springwood, Ohio, though it is hinted that one child survived.
A Nightmare on Elm Street: The Dream Child, 1h29
Directed by Stephen Hopkins
Origin USA
Genres Thriller, Horror
Themes Pregnancy films, Films about sexuality, Freddy, Serial killer films
Actors Robert Englund, Lisa Wilcox, Erika Anderson, Beatrice Boepple, Matthew Borlenghi, Danny Hassel
Roles Alice Johnson
Rating50% 2.5047752.5047752.5047752.5047752.504775
Taking place almost a year after The Dream Master, Alice and Dan have now started dating and there is no sign of Freddy Krueger. One day, while in the shower, she sees herself at a strange asylum. As she walks she finds that she is dressed in a nun's habit with a nametag saying Amanda Krueger. She is then attacked by patients at the hospital but wakes up before anything happens. The next day Alice is graduating from high school alongside her new friends consisting of Greta, an aspiring supermodel, Mark, a comic book geek and Yvonne, a candy striper who is also a swimmer. She only confides her nightmare to Dan, after he tells her about a trip to Europe. He tells her she is all in control of her dreams, and she goes to work.
A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master, 1h39
Directed by Renny Harlin
Origin USA
Genres Thriller, Horror
Themes Freddy, Serial killer films
Actors Robert Englund, Lisa Wilcox, Andras Jones, Tuesday Knight, Ken Sagoes, Rodney Eastman
Roles Alice Johnson
Rating56% 2.8027952.8027952.8027952.8027952.802795
Some time has passed since the events of the previous film, Kristen, Kincaid and Joey have been released from Westin Hills and are living lives as normal teenagers. When Kristen, believing Freddy is coming back, summons Joey and Kincaid into her dreams, she angers them and they warn her that dreaming of Freddy might actually cause his return. The next day, Kristen picks up her boyfriend, martial arts enthusiast Rick Johnson, and his sister and Kristen's best friend, Alice. Going to school she meets with her other friends: Sheila, a genius and asthmatic; and Debbie, a tough girl who doesn't like bugs. Alice daydreams of her crush Dan Jordan recognizing her, but she snaps out of it when Rick teases he can introduce them.
Gimme an 'F', 1h30
Origin USA
Genres Comedy
Themes Dance films, Sports films
Actors Stephen Shellen, Daphne Ashbrook, Jennifer Cooke, Lisa Wilcox
Rating39% 1.9839951.9839951.9839951.9839951.983995
The plot centers on a competition between high-school cheerleading squads - and one squad in particular, the Moline Ducks, is poor. The competition takes place at a camp run by middle-aged Bucky Berkshire aka Dr. Spirit (John Karlen), who this year decides to place a bet with his best instructor Tom Hamilton (Stephen Shellen) that he cannot make the woeful Ducks into a team that can beat the top-rated Falcons. If Berkshire loses, he pays up $10,000, and if Hamilton loses, he has to work another five years at the camp. Bucky Berkshire actually cannot stand Hamilton's antics, or his sexual but successful way of motivating the cheerleaders. However, a visiting group of wealthy Japanese businessmen will not finance Bucky's latest business plan without Hamilton on board to teach the cheerleaders. Thus, there is an ulterior motive behind Bucky's wager. As the teams get ready for their rounds of competition, several dance sequences, various teen pranks, and the usual sexual situations common in teen comedies weave their way through the storyline.