The Lost Boys


HUNT VALLEY IS GETTING SOME LOST BOYS LOVE! IT’S A FROG BROTHERS REUNION! We are VERY excited to announce that JAMISON NEWLANDER will be joining COREY FELDMAN for a special FROG BROTHERS REUNION at MONSTER-MANIA CON 56 the weekend of October 13-15 in Hunt Valley, MD! JAMISON NEWLANDER will be appearing BOTH FRIDAY THE 13TH OF OCTOBER AND SATURDAY OCTOBER 14TH! Please help us let other fans know! Please LIKE and SHARE this announcement. Fans of the 1987 Joel Schumacher film THE LOST BOYS will certainly remember the vampire hunting FROG BROTHERS! JAMISON played the role of ALAN FROG, the brother of EDGAR FROG, who was played by COREY FELDMAN. The two FROG BROTHERS will be reuniting at the show for autographs and a special Pro Photo Op together! Fans who are starting their LOST BOYS autograph collections at our August show in Cherry Hill, NJ will surely want to add both JAMISON NEWLANDER and COREY FELDMAN! JAMISON reprised the role in the two sequels LOST BOYS: THE TRIBE and LOST BOYS: THE THIRST. JAMISON also starred as ANTHONY in 1988’s horror classic remake THE BLOB. More recently JAMSION played the role of the MAYOR in 2015’s popular western film BONE TOMAHAWK. Don’t miss your chance to meet JAMISON NEWLANDER at the show! A LIMITED AMOUNT OF TICKETS ARE NOW AVAILABLE! TICKETS ARE NOW ON SALE!TICKETS FOR MONSTER-MANIA CON 56 IN HUNT VALLEY, MD are available at: PHOTO OPS ON SALE!…/2023-monster-mania-56-photo… Please join us in welcoming JAMISON NEWLANDER for MONSTER-MANIA CON 56 the weekend of October 13-15 in Hunt Valley, MD! Please help us get the word out! Please LIKE and SHARE this announcement. #LostBoys#FrogBrothers#vampires#horror#horrorfamily#horrorfans#cosplay#cosplayers#horrorfamily#horrorfans#Maryland#delaware#Virginia See less



Jamison Bret Newlander is best known for playing Alan Frog, one of the two vampire-hunting brothers, in The Lost Boys (1987), alongside Corey Feldman. He reprises his role as Alan Frog in the Lost Boys: The Thirst (2010), as he and Feldman fight side-by-side again for what’s been celebrated as the return of the Frog Brothers. Jamison also makes an appearance as Alan Frog in one of the alternative endings for Lost Boys: The Tribe (2008). Jamison was born on April 2, 1970 in Los Angeles, California. At the age of two his parents divorced. He wore leg braces from ages seven to nine due to a condition called Osteochondritis of the epiphysis of the femur. Inspired by the doctors he was surrounded with at a young age, he decided that he wanted to be an orthopaedic surgeon. His mother suggested he did commercials to get money for medical school. Ironically, this instead lead him to a career in acting. Launching his career as a teenager, Jamison starred in several in commercials and theatre plays. In 1987 he starred in The Lost Boys, before going on to appear in the 1988 remake of The Blob. He also appeared and opposite Jason Bateman and Valery Harper in the TV show “Valerie,” and River Phoenix in the TV movie “Circle of Violence: A Family Drama.” A graduate of Beverly Hills High School, he went on to get a BFA in acting at NYU, and acted on stages in New York, Vermont, Kentucky and California throughout his 20s. While doing theater, Newlander began writing and became an award-winning playwright with his 1996 play “Remember This” at Actors Theatre of Louisville. He put all of his talents together (writing, directing and acting) for his film “Rooster,” which played on the film festival circuit, most notably at the Hamptons International Film Festival in 2003. In 2002, he married fellow actress Hanny Landau. Since then, he has played small roles in multiple movies, including “Bone Tomahawk,” alongside Kurt Russel. Jamison’s latest project, WikisoapTM, is the first ever user-created soap opera on the web. He also co-hosts a short bi-weekly podcast called “The Jamison Newlander and Some Other Guy Show” with an unidentified co-host. Now, he writes for a living and is currently working on his play “The Virtual Adventures of Riff-Cat Polito” Recently, he had a cameo appearance as a police officer in “The Tale of Two Coreys,” the movie documenting the lives of his Lost Boys co-stars Corey Haim and Corey Feldman. Today he has two sons and an impressive range of work under his belt.



William E. Wirth is an American actor, film producer, and artist, perhaps best known for his role as Dwayne in the 1987 film, The Lost Boys. Wirth attended Collegiate Prep School in Manhattan and Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island. Discovered by photographer Bruce Weber while at Brown University, he started modeling in New York City in the mid 80s for such magazines as Seventeen, GQ, Interview, and teen magazines. While at Brown he did his first Diet Pepsi Commercial before moving on to television and movies. His first television show was The Equalizer and moved to LA to start an acting career. His first movie was Seven Minutes In Heaven. Fifteen years later he is fine tuning his craft and has moved on to being behind the camera. Besides acting, he is also serious about writing, directing, and his artwork is showing in many California galleries. Having completed a Short Film, Kismet, in 1999, he moved on to his first full length Independent film, MacArthur Park, for which he was the writer, director and producer. The film was screened at the Sundance Film Festival 2001 (Grand Prize nominee), Taos Talking Picture Festival (Land Grant nominee), and Seattle International Film Festival 2001 as part of the Black Experience in Films. In the early 1990s Billy fronted a rock band in LA called Dust N’Bones. He works off and on with a band called “The Cronies” and they are still in the working stage of a new acoustic CD with music written by Wirth and Steven Costentino. Billy seems to have found his calling behind the scenes of movie making and at the present time is working on a documentary that combines the plight of the homeless, one of Billy’s long time interests, and behind the making of MacArthur Park. He changed management in 2007 by going with John Crosby Management of LA and will be working with manager looking for acting and directing projects. He has also opened his own online Art Gallery and completed a new film The Drone Virus, plus a feature for director Andrew Wagner called The Talent Given Us.


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