Believe it or not, it's been three decades since "Beetlejuice" hit theaters (crazy, right?!). The 1988 Tim Burton flick was a critical and commercial success that audiences still love today. In celebration of its 30th anniversary on March 30, 2018, Wonderwall.com is taking a look at what the "Beetlejuice" cast is up to today. Keep reading to see how its stars' lives have changed over the years…
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Michael Keaton starred as the titular rude and mischievous ghost in 1988's "Beetlejuice."
Michael Keaton dominated Hollywood after making "Beetlejuice." The actor starred in some of the biggest and best films released over the last three decades including "Batman," "Much Ado About Nothing," "Jackie Brown," "The Other Guys," "Cars," "Toy Story 3," "Spider Man: Homecoming" and "RoboCop." Plus Michael was nominated for an Oscar, a SAG Award, a BAFTA Award and a Golden Globe for his performance as Riggan Thomson in 2014's "Birdman" (he took home the Globe). Michael split with his wife, "Benson" actress Caroline McWIlliams — the mother of his songwriter-producer son, Sean Douglas — in the late '80s and went on to date quite a few A-list actresses including Courteney Cox and Michelle Pfeiffer.
Geena Davis starred as Barbara Maitland, a ghost who's unable to leave her Victorian-style country home, in 1988's "Beetlejuice."
Geena Davis grew into an acclaimed Academy Award-winning actress after her time in "Beetlejuice." The beauty went on to star in "Thelma & Louise," "A League of Their Own," "The Long Kiss Goodnight," "Stuart Little," "The Accidental Tourist," "Grey's Anatomy" and more. She earned two Oscar nominations for her work in "Thelma & Louise" and "The Accidental Tourist" and took home a best supporting actress trophy for "Tourist." She also won a Golden Globe in 2005 for her performance on television's "Commander in Chief." In addition to her phenomenal acting career, Geena found long-lasting love. After divorces from Richard Emmolo, Jeff Goldblum and Renny Harlin, in 2001, Geena married craniofacial surgeon Reza Jarrahy, with whom she has three kids.
In 1988's "Beetlejuice," Alec Baldwin starred as Barbara's husband, Adam Maitland, a ghost who's stuck in their old home after they die in a car accident.
Like many of his "Beetlejuice" co-stars, Alec Baldwin has achieved major fame and recognition since the film's 1988 release. Alec went on to star in "The Hunt for Red October," "The Shadow," "The Aviator," "The Departed," "The Cooler," "30 Rock" and "Saturday Night Live." He's received 10 Golden Globe nominations, 17 Emmy nominations, one Academy Award nomination and 20 SAG Award nominations, winning a record seven SAG Awards (he has more than any other male performer) as well as three Emmys and three Golden Globes! Alec, who's currently lauded for his gig impersonating President Donald Trump on "SNL," also managed to marry and divorce Kim Basinger, survive an angry voicemail scandal involving their daughter, Ireland Baldwin, marry yoga instructor Hilaria Thomas and welcome three more children, with a fourth due in 2018.
Winona Ryder starred as Lydia Deetz, a goth girl who moved into Adam and Barbara's old home with her parents, in 1998's "Beetlejuice." In the film, Beetlejuice plans to marry Lydia so he can return to the world of the living.
After her time in "Beetlejuice," Winona Ryder went on to become one of the biggest stars of the '90s before taking a break from Hollywood and making a major comeback in the 2010s. She starred in some of the most successful movies of the '90s including "Mermaids," "Edward Scissorhands," "The Age of Innocence," "Little Women," "Reality Bites," "Alien Resurrection" and "Girl, Interrupted." During this time, Winona was nominated for two Golden Globes and two Academy Awards for best actress. She was also engaged to '90s heartthrob Johnny Depp and dated "It" boy Matt Damon following her breakup with Johnny in 1993. Winona hit a rough patch during the early 2000s after a shoplifting conviction but turned her life around a few years later. Today, the actress is starring on Netflix's critically acclaimed "Stranger Things." She's been dating Loomstate CEO Scott Mackinlay Hahn since 2011.
Catherine O'Hara played Delia Deetz, a sculptor who's Lydia's stepmother, in 1988's "Beetlejuice."
Emmy winner Catherine O'Hara is just as successful — if not more successful — today than she was in 1988. After "Beetlejuice" wrapped, the actress went on to star in "The Nightmare Before Christmas," "Frankenweenie," "For Your Consideration," "Where the Wild Things Are," "Pippi Longstocking," "Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events," "Schitt's Creek" and "Six Feet Under." However, Catherine might be best known for her work as Kate McCallister in the classic movies "Home Alone" and "Home Alone 2: Lost in New York." Catherine has been happily married to production designer Bo Welch for more than 25 years! In fact, the couple, who share two sons, met on the set of "Beetlejuice."
Jeffrey Jones starred as Lydia's father, Charles Deetz, a former real estate developer, in 1988's "Beetlejuice."
Jeffrey Jones' life and career have taken quite a turn since his "Beetlejuice" days. The actor starred in "Ed Wood," "Sleepy Hollow," "Dr. Dolittle 2," "The Crucible" and "Deadwood," the latter of which earned him an ensemble SAG Award nomination. He seemed to be well on his way to achieving major stardom when he was arrested for possession of child pornography and accused of soliciting a 14-year-old boy to pose for nude photographs in 2002. Jeffrey pleaded no contest, registered as a sex offender, was sentenced to five years of probation and has only starred in two movies and one TV program in the 16 years since. He has a son with former partner Lloy Coutts.
Glenn Shadix (far right) starred as Otho, an interior designer who helps Delia Deetz transform her family's new Victorian-style country home, in 1988's "Beetlejuice."
Glenn Shadix built quite a career for himself during his 30 years in Hollywood. The "Beetlejuice" actor starred in "The Nightmare Before Christmas," the 2001 remake of "Planet of the Apes," "Cheers," "Roseanne," "Seinfeld, "Teen Titans" and "Carnivàle" before retiring to his Bessemer, Alabama, hometown in 2007. Glenn, who was openly gay for most of his life, died in 2010 at age 58 after falling in his kitchen and hitting his head. His sister later shared that Glenn had mobility problems and was in a wheelchair at the time of his death.
Sylvia Sidney played Juno, the Maitlands' afterlife caseworker, in "Beetlejuice."
Sylvia Sidney was a Hollywood icon before she starred in "Beetlejuice" and continued to be so after her appearance in the film. The mother of one took on dozens of leading roles in the 1930s, appearing opposite legends like Cary Grant and Spencer Tracy. Sylvia, who was nominated for an Academy Award in 1973, appeared in "Used People" and on "Fantasy Island," "The Equalizer" and "Thirtysomething" after "Beetlejuice" wrapped. Her final film role was in another Tim Burton-directed movie, "Mars Attacks!" Sylvia died in July 1999, one month before her 89th birthday.
Dick Cavett played Bernard, Delia Deetz's agent, in "Beetlejuice."
Dick Cavett might have dabbled in acting, but the octogenarian built his career as a talk-show host and comedian. After he finished filming "Beetlejuice" in 1988, Dick went back to hosting his long-running TV program, "The Dick Cavett Show." The show had been broadcast on various networks including ABC and CBS since 1968 and finally came to an end in 2007 after nearly 40 years on the air. Dick — who's been nominated for 10 Emmy Awards and won three — was also a loving husband to actress Carrie Nye for 42 years until her death in 2006. He married author Martha Rogers four years after Carrie's passing.
Robert Goulet played Maxie Dean, Charles Deetz's boss, in 1988's "Beetlejuice."
Robert Goulet was already a Tony and Grammy winner when he briefly appeared in "Beetlejuice." The singer and actor first came to fame starring in the 1960 Broadway musical "Camelot" opposite established stars Richard Burton and Julie Andrews. After Robert finished filming "Beetlejuice," he starred in "Scrooged," "Mr. Wrong," "Toy Story 2," "Boy Meets World" and "Recess." His last public performance was on the PBS TV special "My Music: '50s Pop Parade," which was broadcast in August 2007. Robert, who had a daughter and two sons with his ex-wives, died from pulmonary fibrosis on Oct. 30, 2007, at age 73.
Maree Cheatham starred as Sarah Dean, Maxie Dean's wife, in 1988's "Beetlejuice."
Maree Cheatham went on to have a long and fulfilling career after "Beetlejuice." The actress starred in "Rumor Has It…," "Cold Case," "Mr. & Mrs. Smith," "The West Wing," "America's Sweethearts," "Sam & Cat" and "The Wedding Singer." She is best known for her performances on the daytime soap operas "Days of Our Lives," "Search for Tomorrow" and "General Hospital." Maree has been married to singer-songwriter Robert Staron since 1998.