Taking A Look At The Cast Of Home Alone 25 Years Later

Each generation has a Christmas movie or two that defines it. The Greatest Generation had It’s A Wonderful Life and Miracle On 34th Street. The Baby Boomers had A Christmas Story and National Lampoons Christmas Vacation. Everyone these days has Home Alone.

Every kid that saw Home Alone wished for the opportunity to be stranded and abandoned by their parents who left for the Christmas holiday. We supported Kevin as he took full advantage of being the man of the house. We rooted for him as he set up elaborate traps for the Wet Bandits. Nothing says Christmas spirit like wishing harm upon two people.

But where is the cast of Home Alone now?

10. Hillary Wolf (Megan McAllister)

Hillary Wolf’s film career was short-lived. She played the lead role in Big Girls Don’t Cry… They Get Even along with the Home Alone series as Kevin’s sister. She is also a judoka and represented the United States in judo in the 1996 and 2000 Summer Olympics. Head over to #9 to follow-up on Uncle Frank.

9. Gerry Bamman (Uncle Frank McCallister)

Bamman is best known for his portrayal as Uncle Frank McAllister in the Home Alone series. He played a blind juror in Runaway Jury and guest-starred on a few episodes of Law and Order and Law and Order: SVU. He left the screen to be on stage and was recently cast for the play A Comedy of Manors.

8. Mike Maronna (Jeff McCallister)

In addition to playing Jeff McCallister in Home Alone, Maronna is best known for his role on the Nickelodeon series The Adventures of Pete & Pete. He would snag a few more film gigs including Slackers and 40 Days and 40 Nights and became the spokesman for Ameritrade by appearing in several commercials.

7. Kieran Culkin (Fuller McCallister)

Best known as Macaulay Culkin’s real-life younger brother, Kieran would go on to have a prominent career on his own. His was recognized for his performance in The Mighty and won several awards for the critically acclaimed Igby Goes Down. Check out what Kevin’s older brother Buzz is doing in #6.

6. Devin Ratray (Buzz McCallister)

Kevin’s smart-mouthed and bully of an older brother Buzz spoke a few of the most memorable lines in Home Alone. Devin Ratray’s consistent career landed him supporting roles in the films Surrogates, Nebraska, and Masterminds. In 2015, he had a few television appearances in Elementary, Agent Carter, and Louie.