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What The Cast Of "Home For The Holidays" Looks Like Now

That was absurd, let's eat dead bird!

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Home for the Holidays was directed by Jodie Foster, who has gone on to have a directing career as equally successful as her acting career. Here's what her cast looks like now, nineteen years after we first celebrated Thanksgiving with the Larsons.

Holly Hunter as Claudia Larson

Fun Fact: Holly produced and developed the 2007 TNT drama Saving Grace as a starring vehicle for herself. She received a Golden Globe Award nomination, two Screen Actors Guild Award nominations, and an Emmy Award nomination.

Robert Downey Jr. as Tommy Larson

Fun Fact: Robert has starred in six movies that have each grossed over $500 million at the box office worldwide. He portrayed Tony Stark in two of those films: The Avengers and Iron Man 3.

Anne Bancroft as Adele Larson

Sadly, Anne passed away from cancer in 2005. Mel Brooks has credited her for the reason he was involved in producing Young Frankenstein and The Producers for the stage, being active in the proceedings until her death.


Claire Danes as Kitt Larson

Fun Fact: Claire Danes stars on the Showtime drama Homeland. Also, she made her Broadway theatre debut as Eliza Doolittle in the Roundabout Theatre Company revival of Pygmalion.

Geraldine Chaplin as Aunt Glady

Fun Fact: Geraldine is Charlie Chaplin's daughter and has appeared in several Spanish and French language films. She was honored by the Spanish Academy of Cinematographic Arts and Sciences in 2006 for her contributions to Spanish Cinema.


Steve Guttenberg as Walter Wedman

Fun Fact: Steve turned to a darker role in Veronica Mars where he portrayed the sexual predator Woody Goodman. He later parodied himself in a role on the short-lived 2009 series Party Down.

David Strathairn as Russell Terziak

Fun Fact: David studied clowning at the Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Clown College in Venice, Florida in his youth. He briefly worked as a clown in a traveling circus.

Cynthia Stevenson as Joanne Larson Wedman

Fun Fact: Cynthia has made multiple visits to Shondaland, having guested on the Shonda Rhimes produced series Grey's Anatomy, Off the Map, Private Practice and Scandal. She'll probably be getting away with murder with Viola Davis in the near future.