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Tim Curry, Lesley Ann Warren & Rest of 'Clue' Cast 35 Years after the Cult Movie's Release

Pedro Marrero
Mar 15, 2020
06:12 A.M.
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Despite its poor reception at the time of its theatrical release, the film based on the popular board game went on to grow a big cult following that returned it to its rightful place in American cinema history.

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The perfect mixture of comedy and mystery, the film “Clue,” released in 1985, featured a deluxe ensemble cast made out of some of the most brilliant comedy actors and actresses from different generations.

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With the news of an upcoming remake of the film, starring Ryan Reynolds, being in the works, the interest about the original movie has been revived, and what better occasion to know what went on in the careers of the film’s amazing cast.

TIM CURRY

The 73-year-old actor played Wadsworth, Mr. Boddy’s mysterious butler, who serves as host of the entire party in the absence of his master.

Actor Tim Curry attending the premiere of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let’s Do The Time Warp Again” at the Roxy Theatre in Hollywood in 2016. I Image: Getty Images.

Actor Tim Curry attending the premiere of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let’s Do The Time Warp Again” at the Roxy Theatre in Hollywood in 2016. I Image: Getty Images.

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Curry went on to star in films like “The Hunt for Red October” (1990), “Home Alone 2: Lost in New York” (1992), “The Three Musketeers” (1993), “The Shadow” (1994), “Congo” (1995), “Four Dogs Playing Poker” (2000), “Kinsey” (2004), and “Burke & Hare” (2010).

In 2012, the actor suffered a stroke that left him partially paralyzed and ever since then he has limited his work in the industry to voice acting.

CHRISTOPHER LLOYD

The 81-year-old actor played Professor Plum, a bookish academic that can’t resist the charms of the attractive maid Yvette.

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Best known for his role as Dr. Emmett Brown in the “Back to the Future” trilogy (1985, 1989, 1990), and also starred in “Who Framed Roger Rabbit” (1988), “The Addams Family” (1991), “Dennis the Menace” (1993), “My Favorite Martian” (1999), and “Dorothy and the Witches of Oz” (2012).

More recently, in the small screen, Lloyd has been cast in the series “Granite Flats” (2014-2015), “12 Monkeys” (2017-2018), and “Cyberchase” (2002-2019).

MADELINE KAHN

The late actress played Mrs. White, a neurotic and shady woman responsible for the memorable “flames” scene that went on to become a meme in the internet age.

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Late actress Madeline Kahn attending the “Doin What Comes Naturally” Benefit in New York in February 1998. I Image: Getty Images.

Late actress Madeline Kahn attending the “Doin What Comes Naturally” Benefit in New York in February 1998. I Image: Getty Images.

Kahn continued to act in films like “Betsy’s Wedding” (1990), “Mixed Nuts” (1994), “Nixon” (1995), and “Judy Berlin” (1999), and in series like “Mr. President” (1987-1988), “New York News” (1995), and “Cosby” (1996-1999).

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Sadly, the actress passed away in 1999 at the age of 57, after undergoing aggressive treatment for ovarian cancer.

MICHAEL MCKEAN

The 72-year-old actor played Mr. Green, an undercover government agent present at the scene of the murder.

Actor Michael McKean attending the Critics’ Choice Awards in Hollywood in 2016. I Image: Shutterstock.

Actor Michael McKean attending the Critics’ Choice Awards in Hollywood in 2016. I Image: Shutterstock.

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McKean has continued working in films like “Rock Star” (1987), “Short Circuit 2” (1988), “Memoirs of an Invisible Man” (1992), “Airheads” (1994), “Beautiful” (2000), “Joshua” (2007), and “Pure Country 2: The Gift” (2010).

Most recently, the actor has been in the TV series “Better Call Saul” (2015-2018), “Good Omens” (2019), and “Grace and Frankie” (2020).

LESLEY ANN WARREN

The 73-year-old actress played Miss Scarlet, a stereotypical femme fatale that uses her charms to her advantage.

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Warren has since star in films like “Worth Winning” (1989), “Life Stinks” (1991), “Pure Country” (1992), “The Limey” (1999), “Secretary” (2002), “Deepwater” (2005), “Jobs” (2013), “The Sphere and the Labyrinth” (2015), “It Snows All the Time” (2016), and “3 Days with Dad” (2019).

MARTIN MULL

The 76-year-old actor played Colonel Mustard, an incompetent military man that provides much physical comedy in the classic film.

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Mull has since starred in “The Boss’ Wife” (1986), “Rented Lips” (1988), “Portrait of a White Marriage” (1988), “Think Big” (1989), “Dance with Death” (1992), “Mrs. Doubtfire” (1993), “Mr. Write” (1994), “Killers” (2010), and “A Futile and Stupid Gesture” (2018).

In the small screen, the actor has been in the series “Sabrina, the Teenage Witch” (1997-2000), “The Ellen Show” (2001-2002), “The Cool Kids” (2018-2019) and “The Ranch” (2016-2020).

EILEEN BRENNAN

The late actress played Mrs. Peacock, the wife of a US Senator in trouble for taking bribes and fears blackmail.

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Brennan went on to star in films like “Sticky Fingers” (1988), “White Palace” (1990), “I Don’t Buy Kisses Anymore” (1992), “Pants on Fire” (1998), “The Last Great Ride” (1999), “Jeepers Creepers” (2001), “Miss Congeniality 2” (2005), and “Naked Run” (2011).

In July 2013, the veteran Hollywood actress passed away at her home in Burbank, California at the age of 80, after suffering from bladder cancer.

COLLEEN CAMP

The 66-year-old actress played Yvette, the sexy maid who was once a call girl for Miss Scarlet and infuriates Mrs. White.

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Camp has continued working in films like “Wicked Stepmother” (1989), “Wayne’s World” (1992), “Sliver” (1993), “Die Hard: With a Vengeance” (1995), “Speed 2: Cruise Control” (1997), “Second to Die” (2002), “Material Girls” (2003), “Always Shine” (2016), and “The Truth About Lies” (2018).

LEE VING

The 69-year-old actor played Mr. Boddy, the character whose murder at the beginning of the film sets the entire story in motion.

Ving continued alternating his music career with acting, appearing in films like “Black Moon Rising” (1986), “Scenes from the Goldmine” (1987), “Masters of Menace” (1990), “Fast Sofa” (2001), “I’m Calling Frank” (2007), and “Endless Bummer” (2009).

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