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What Happened To The Cast Of Marvel’s 1994 Fantastic Four Movie?

Alex Hyde-White didn’t let “The Fantastic Four’s” lack of success derail his career. The actor had notable (but minor) credits as young Henry in “Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade” and David Morse in “Pretty Woman” before taking on the role of Reed Richards, and would go on to appear in small roles in 2002’s “Catch Me If You Can” and 2011’s “The Adventures of Tintin.” Hyde-White continues to work to this day and actually appeared in another Marvel project, playing an English Hydra agent from the 1800s in a 2015 episode of “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” He also recently played Grizz in Jordan Peele’s critically acclaimed 2022 film, “Nope,” in addition to multiple smaller television roles. Hyde-White also reunited with his “The Fantastic Four” castmates (besides Michael Bailey Smith) in the low-budget Antonio Lexerot-directed superhero film, “Surge of Power: Revenge of the Sequel,” as a character named Club.

Rebecca Staab, a Miss USA pageant competitor in the 1980s, never became a major star but remained consistently booked and busy during her long career. After portraying Sue Storm in “The Fantastic Four,” Staab appeared in several television sitcoms, dramas, and soap operas, including a part as a PBS representative in a 1994 episode of “Seinfeld” along with single episode appearances on “Dharma & Greg,” “The Drew Carey Show,” and “CSI.” Staab also acted in more than ten different Hallmark Channel TV movies before returning to the world of capes and masks in “Superman & Lois,” where she portrayed Gretchen Kelley, a dangerous ally of Lex Luthor (Michael Cudlitz). Staab appeared in “Surge of Power: Revenge of the Sequel” in the role of Heart. She is still very active in the movie and television industry.

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