Although he has appeared in more than 50 film and television roles, this actor may be best known for his role in a classic horror film. What is not widely known is that he is as crazy off screen as he is on screen. He attracts a lot of groupies at horror conventions, and manages to lure quite a few of them home. It’s when they reach his home that they begin to see how unhinged he is. When you get to his house, he will warn you that he has a problem with bugs. He says that these bugs reside in him as a host, and that he is being eaten alive by them. He has very little furniture in his home – save for a plastic blow-up couch in the living room – because he claims that the bugs ate it all. He explains that the bugs can’t eat plastic, so only plastic furniture is allowed in the house. If you can get past the bug talk, the really fun part is coming up. He will start to spray his entire body with Windex… and will ask you to help him with his cleansing ritual. This includes spraying his private parts and anus with the Windex. So, if this actor ever asks you to come home with him, don’t claim that you didn’t know about the bugs and the blow-up furniture and the Windex. You’ve been warned. No It’s Not: Anyone associated with Chucky or Child’s Play. Courtney Gains You may remember Courtney Gains from the classic horror film Children of The Corn. The 1984 film was based on a Stephen King story where children of a small Nebraska town ritually murder all the adults to ensure a successful corn harvest. Courtney Gaines played Malachai, the teen who leads the children in the killing of the adults. The film was so successful at the box office that it led to 7 sequels, the latest which came out in 2011. Courtney Gains never stopped working as an actor, and has racked up tons of credits. Remember him as Sheriff Wade in Sweet Home Alabama? He currently has four films in production, and four in development.
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