"The Blair Witch Project" was a major hit at the box office, grossing almost $250 million, although it was only produced for $60,000.
Daniel Myrick, Co-Writer/Co-Director
Myrick worked on a few shorts and a documentary about the Blair Witch after the film’s release and is currently in post-production for “Under the Bed,” a story of where a stalker takes up residence under the bed of his target.
In 2006, he co-founded a direct to DVD division of Warner Home Video that specializes in horror films.
Eduardo Sanchez, Co-Writer/Co-Director
Like Myrick, he worked on several shorts and the documentary about the Blair Witch, and then worked on TV series like “Intruders” and “Supernatural.” He is in pre-production for “Griffin’s Ghost” and just announced a new project titled “Cloudland.”
Heather Donahue, Actress
Donahue stuck more to TV in recent years, having had a role on “Taken,” “Without a Trace” and “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.” She also acted in several TV movies like “The Big Time” and “Manticore.” Her most recent project was “The Morgue” in 2008.
For her role in "Taken," she was nominated for a Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress in TV. In 2012, she published a book titled "Growgirl" about her time as a medical marijuana grower.
Michael C. Williams, Actor
After “Blair Witch,” Williams appeared on “Law & Order” and “Without a Trace," and got roles in a few small films. His most recent credit includes a 2013 video short titled “Four Corners of Fear.”
Joshua Leonard, Actor
Leonard found the most success of the bunch, and racked up quite a few credits listed on IMDb, ranging from “CSI” and “Numb3rs” to “Bones” and “True Detective.” Most recently, he played recurring characters on TV shows "Togetherness," "Bates Motel," "Scorpion" and "Heartbeat." He also starred in "6 Years" alongside Taissa Farmiga
. In 2015, it was announced he would direct "Behold my Heart" starring Marisa Tomei
Gregg Hale, Producer
A producer on the original “Blair Witch Project,” he also served as an executive producer on the 2016 sequel. He worked with Bob Eick, another executive producer on “Blair Witch Project” on a 2004 project titled “Say Yes Quickly.” Other horror movie he has produced include "Exists" (2014), "Lovely Molly" (2011) and "Altered" (2006).
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