The Crow hit theaters in 1994 and centered around Eric Draven, a murdered musician who comes back to life to avenge the death of his fiancée and himself.
Actor Brandon Lee starred in The Crow, which ultimately would be his final performance. Lee was fatally wounded while filming the movie, and a student double was used to finish the script. The actor was shot with an improperly loaded prop gun that contained defective blank ammunition.
The movie had a budget of $23 million and grossed $94 million, which helped lead to its dark comics cult following. While sequels were made, they never amounted to the original film’s success.
But where are some of your favorite cast members today? Keep reading to find out!
Rochelle Davis as Sarah Mohr
Rochelle Davis was born on June 14, 1980, in Philadelphia, PA, and is mainly known for her role in The Crow. The actress was born Andrea Hunsberger and shone away from acting for nearly 15 years after her appearance in The Crow.
The actress most recently appeared in the 2020 film Revenge of the Devil Bat. Davis stays active on Instagram, mostly shares quotes and selfies, and is available on Cameo if you are interested in a birthday message from the 90s actress.
Ernie Hudson as Sergeant Daryl Albrecht
Earnest Lee Hudson was born on December 17, 1945, and starred in the hit Ghostbusters film series before appearing in The Crow. His grandmother raised Hudson after losing his mother at a young age, and he never knew his father. Hudson joined the Marines after high school but was discharged after three months because of his asthma.
Post-The Crow, Hudson appeared in The Basketball Diaries, The Ron Clark Story, Grace and Frankie, L.A.’s Finest, and Ghostbusters: Afterlife. Most recently, the actor has signed on to the reboot of Quantum Leap.
The actor married his first wife in 1963 when he was eighteen, and she was only sixteen. The couple had two sons, and he went on to marry Linda Kingsberg, with whom he had two additional sons.
Michael Wincott as Top Dollar
Michael Wincott is a Canadian actor born on January 21, 1958, and often uses his deep voice in villainous roles. A few years before starring in The Crow, Wincott appeared in the fan-favorite Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves.
Since appearing in The Crow, the actor has landed roles in Strange Days, Alien: Resurrection, A Lonely Place for Dying, and the miniseries 24: Live Another Day.
Wincott has also lent his voice to various animated features and video games, including the Disney film Treasure Planet. Most recently, he appeared in the 2022 movie ‘Nope’, which was directed by Jordan Peele.
Bai Ling as Myca
Bail Ling was born October 10, 1966, in Chengdu and first began acting in plays at her elementary school. In 1984, Ling started appearing in several Chinese films, including On the Beach, Suspended Sentence, Tears in Suzhou, and The Shining Arc.
The actress moved to the United States in 1991 and landed her first American film role three years later, The Crow, and has since starred in movies like Anna and the King, Dumplings, The Beautiful Country, Shanghai Baby, and The Gauntlet.
Ling has had her fair share of issues over the years and appeared on Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew to address her alcohol addiction. The actress stays active on Instagram and states she is filming her directorial debut in My Quarantine Romance with Toilet Paper.
Sofia Shinas as Shelly Webster
Sofia Shinas was born on January 17, 1968, in Windsor, Ontario, Canada. The actress first became a recording artist before pursuing acting. As a recording artist, Shinas one album titled Sofia Shinas, and her single
After appearing in The Crow as the murdered fiancée of Brandon Lee’s character, Shinas starred opposite Charlie Sheen in Terminal Velocity. In addition, the actress appeared in Hourglass, Dilemma, and guest roles in the TV series The Outer Limits and The Hunger.
Most recently, Shinas directed the thriller, My Stepdaughter in 2015. Today, the actress switches between living in Canada and Hollywood and supports helping endangered species, working with big cats, like tigers.
Anna Thomson as Darla Mohr
Anna Thomson began her career as a professional dancer before breaking into Hollywood. Known professionally as Anna Levin, the actress was orphaned at a young age but was adopted and lived in New York City and France. Before landing the role of Darla Mohr, Thomson appeared in films like Desperately Seeking Susan, Fatal Attraction, Unforgiven and True Romance.
She landed roles in several movies, including Six Ways to Sunday, Sue Lost in Manhattan, Fast Food Fast Women, and Lancaster Voice. Thomson has not performed in over ten years, with her last appearance in the film Social Anxiety.
David Patrick Kelly as T-Bird
David Patrick Kelly appeared in several films before starring in The Crow, the Michigan-born actor is well-known for his role in The Warriors and went on to star in Malcolm X, Crooklyn, Wild at Heart, and Commando before landing the role of T-Bird.
Since appearing in The Crow, Kelly has continuously added to his resume with roles in Last Man Standing, The Longest Yard, Flags of Our Fathers, The Blacklist, Law & Order, Blue Bloods, and Twin Peaks. In addition to acting, Kelly is a composer and musician and has played in venues like Max’s Kansas City and The Lower Manhattan Ocean Club. In 1998, he released a CD with recordings from his club days in the 70s.
Kelly has been married to his wife, Juliana Francis, since 1995, and they have one daughter together, born in 2008. The actor stays active on Instagram and gives an inside look at his daily life.
Michael Massee as Funboy
Michael Massee was born in Kansas City, Missouri but grew up in Paris, France, where his father was raised. After graduating high school, Massee moved to New York and began studying acting at the Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theater.
While filming The Crow, Massee fired the gun that accidentally killed his co-star, Brandon Lee. Massee took a hiatus from acting and said he never watched the film. In 2005, he gave his first public interview about Brandon Lee’s death.
Once he began acting again, he took roles in 24, Ultimate Avengers, Seven, Lost Highway, and the X-Files.
Massee died on October 20, 2016, at age 64, due to stomach cancer. His final film was Last Man Club which premiered the year of his death.
Angel David as Skank
Angel David was born on July 13, 1970, and first appeared in the 1984 film Mixed Blood. Other credits to his name include The Forget-Me-Not-Murders, Kiss of Death, Two Girls and a Guy, and Law & Order.
On David’s LinkedIn page, he refers to himself as a professional actor, acting teacher, screenwriter, and story editor. In addition, it says he is currently developing film and television projects with Peter Paul Basler, his writing partner.
Laurence Mason as Tin Tin
Laurence Mason was born in the Bronx, NY, on October 2, 1964, and began acting at the age of 10 when he was recruited by All-Children’s Theater and performed in Broadway and Off-Broadway productions.
Mason’s first film role was in Joey Breaker, one year before he landed the role of Tin Tin in The Crow.
Since then, the actor has appeared in various films and television shows, including Hackers Behind Enemy Lines, Ali, The Lincoln Lawyer, Judging Amy, C.S.I Miami, The Shield, and Prison Break.
Laurence is active on Instagram and gives an inside look at his daily life.
Tony Todd as Grange
Tony Todd was born on December 4, 1954, in Washington, D.C., and first appeared on screen in 1986 in the film Platoon Todd has an impressive film and television resume with some of his recent credits including Badland, Candyman, the Final Destination franchise, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, Riverdale, and The Flash.
Todd has also lent his voice to various video games like Star Trek: Elite Force II, Call of Duty: Black Ops II, and will appear in the 2023 Spider-Man 2 game.
In March 2022, Todd announced on Twitter that he would retire from acting as his primary focus, mainly to focus on family life and pursue theater endeavors. The actor often posts on Instagram, sharing many photos from his life.
Who is Eliza in the credits of The Crow?
Before the credits starts rolling at the end of the movie, there is a dedication to ‘Brandon And Eliza’. Eliza refers to Eliza Hutton, Brandon Lee’s fiance.
Brandon and Eliza were set to get married on April 17, 1993, in Ensenada, Mexico at sunset. Brandon was killed on March 31, 1993 and was buried in Seattle, WA on April 3, 1993.