David Naughton made his professional debut in the New York Shakespeare Festival’s production of “Hamlet” in Lincoln Center. But he is best known for his starring role in the groundbreaking horror classic “An American Werewolf In London.” The movie, a perfect blend of scares, gore, music and laughs, is one of those motion pictures that still stands up on every level, and looks as if it could have been made today. This was, however, only one of his many roles in horror film. His other credits include supporting and lead roles in Kidnapped (1987), Goddess of Love (1988) with Vanna White, The Sleeping Car (1990), Steel and Lace (1991), Amityville: A New Generation (1993), Body Bags (1993) with John Carpenter, Ice Cream Man (1995), and Mirror, Mirror III: The Voyeur. He also appeared in The Boy in Blue in 1986 with Nicholas Cage, and has had an impressive TV career as well with appearances in Sharknado 5, American Horror Story, Grey’s Anatomy, ER, JAG, Seinfeld, MacGyver and many more.