Jill Schoelen Movies List

Jill Schoelen
Jill Schoelen
Burbank, California, USA
The Best of Times

Actor Jill Schoelen Filmography

Showing 1 to 10 of 12 movies
Showing 1 to 10 of 12 movies
There Goes My Baby
There Goes My Baby ( English )
Artist: Dermot Mulroney , Kelli Williams , Noah Wyle , Lucy Deakins , Jill Schoelen
Director: Floyd Mutrux
Release date: 02-09-1994
When A Stranger Calls Back
Artist: Carol Kane , Charles Durning , Jill Schoelen , Gene Lythgow , Babs Chula
Director: Fred Walton
Music Director: Dana Kaproff
Release date: 04-04-1993
State Of Mind
State Of Mind ( English )
Artist: Lisa Gaye , Manouk van der Meulen , Don Hannah , Paul Naschy , Jill Schoelen
Director: Reginald Adamson
Release Year: 1992
Popcorn ( English )
Artist: Jill Schoelen , Dee Wallace , Kelly Jo Minter , Karen Lorre , Ray Walston
Director: Mark Herrier
Music Director: Paul Zaza
Release Year: 1991
The Phantom of the Opera
Artist: Robert Englund , Jill Schoelen , Alex Hyde-White , Bill Nighy , Stephanie Lawrence
Director: Dwight H. Little
Music Director: Misha Segal
Release date: 04-11-1989
Cutting Class
Cutting Class ( English )
Artist: Donovan Leitch , Jill Schoelen , Brad Pitt , Roddy McDowall , Martin Mull
Director: Rospo Pallenberg
Release date: 01-07-1989
The Stepfather
The Stepfather ( English )
Director: Joseph Ruben
Music Director: Patrick Moraz
Release date: 23-01-1987
Babes In Toyland
Babes In Toyland ( English )
Director: Clive Donner
Release Year: 1986
That was Then... This is Now
Artist: Emilio Estevez , Craig Sheffer , Larry B. Scott , Jill Schoelen , Kim Delaney
Director: Christopher Cain
Release date: 08-11-1985
Chiller ( English )
Director: Wes Craven
Music Director: Dana Kaproff
Release date: 22-05-1985
Showing 1 to 10 of 12 movies
Showing 1 to 10 of 12 movies

Jill Schoelen Biography

A more unconventional husky-voiced "scream queen" heroine of the 1980s was Jill Schoelen, daughter of well-known fashion designer Dorothy Schoelen. Born and raised in Burbank, she studied at the Acting for Life Theatre in Burbank and started off on TV as a teen in the Fame-influenced TV pilot called Best of Times (1981) (TV) starring the up-and-coming Nicolas Cage and Crispin Glover. She gained in experience with a number of innocuous films geared mostly toward the young, including D.C. Cab (1983), Thunder Alley (1985) and Hot Moves (1984). The dark-eyed, black-haired pretty with the trademark bangs wouldn't find her horror niche until hooking up with Wes Craven and his TV movie Chiller (1985) (TV). From there she scored big with the cult shocker The Stepfather (1987) wherein she played the resourceful stepdaughter terrorized by the lecherous, meek-appearing Terry O'Quinn as the title monster. The sleeper hit put Jill on the map with a seemingly solid future, continuing on with The Phantom of the Opera (1989), this time keeping company opposite Freddy Krueger inhabiter Robert Englund as her deranged pursuer. But a few bumps in the road with such lowgrade fodder as Curse II: The Bite (1989), Cutting Class (1989) and Popcorn (1991) put a permanent damper on her career, despite coming back with a bit of grit in the thriller TV movie When a Stranger Calls Back (1993) (TV). Her object-of-a-stalker days behind her after filming Not Again! (1996), she settled comfortably back and raised two children with husband/musician/composer Anthony Marinelli.

Popular Co-Stars of Jill Schoelen

Fred Walton
3 Movies
Jim Sotos
2 Movies
J.D. Feigelson
2 Movies
Paul Zindel
2 Movies
Floyd Mutrux
2 Movies

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