Think Regina George was the height of evil? Then you obviously never saw "Jawbreaker." Courtney Shayne and the rest of the Flawless Four put the Plastics to shame. To celebrate the 20th anniversary of this killer cult classic, let's explore what stars Rebecca Gayheart, Rose McGowan, Julie Benz and the rest of the main cast are up to these days…
Rose McGowan played Courtney Shayne in 1999's "Jawbreaker." Described as "Satan in heels," Courtney is the leader of the Flawless Four. It's no wonder Rose was nominated for an MTV Movie Award for best villain for her portrayal.
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Rose McGowan has stayed busy in Hollywood since her "Jawbreaker" days. She starred in "Grindhouse" and appeared on TV's "Charmed," "Nip/Tuck" and "Chosen." In 2015, Rose shocked fans by shaving her head, which she claimed was to remove the "sex target" on her back. The controversial actress was previously engaged to her "Grindhouse" director Robert Rodriguez and "Jawbreakers" co-star Marilyn Manson but it was artist Davey Detail who got her to finally walk down the aisle in 2013. The couple divorced two years later. Rose has been in a relationship with non-binary model Rain Dove since 2018. In January 2018, Rose released the memoir "Brave," in which she discusses her alleged assault at the hands of now-disgraced film producer Harvey Weinstein. A vocal advocate and supporter of the #MeToo movement, Rose — one of the first actresses to speak out against Harvey in late 2017 — also appeared in the four-part documentary series "Citizen Rose" in 2018. In January 2019, she pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor drug charge after cocaine was found in a wallet she left behind at an airport in Virginia two years earlier.
In "Jawbreaker," Rebecca Gayheart played Julie, the only girl courageous enough to stand up to Courtney.
She played the goody-goody in "Jawbreaker," but Rebecca Gayheart has seen a lot of controversy offscreen. In June 2001, she hit a 9-year-old boy with her car while she was allegedly on her cell phone; the boy died the following day. After pleading no contest to vehicular manslaughter, Rebecca was sentenced to three years of probation, a one-year suspension of her license, a $2,800 fine and 750 hours of community service. Then in 2009, the National Enquirer published photos of Rebecca smoking what it alleged was crack. Later that year, a nude video of Rebecca, then-husband Eric Dane and former Miss Teen USA contestant Kari Ann Peniche surfaced. Yikes! However, Rebecca and Eric successfully sued website Gawker for posting the vid. Rebecca has since toned down her behavior. She and Eric, who wed in 2004, welcomed two daughters Billie Beatrice and Georgia Geraldine. The couple split in 2018. Rebecca's acting career stalled out in the early 2000s. Her biggest role since "Jawbreaker" was starring on the short-lived TV series "Vanished" in 2006. She also reunited with "Jawbreaker" director Darren Stein for the 2013 flick "G.B.F." and starred in 2017's "Grey Lady."
Judy Greer was pretty new in Hollywood when she scored the role of Fern Mayo, the nerd whom the Flawless Four transform into Vylette, in 1999's "Jawbreaker."
For a long time, Judy Greer made a career out of playing best friend roles, like in "13 Going on 30," "27 Dresses" and "The Wedding Planner." In 2008, she got her own TV show, "Miss Guided," but it didn't last a full season. She has since starred in "The Descendants," "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes," "Jurassic World," "War for the Planet of the Apes," "Halloween," "Ant-Man" and 2018's "Ant-Man and the Wasp." Judy, who's also known for her TV work in projects like "Arrested Development," "Archer" and "Kidding," has been married to Dean E. Johnsen, the executive producer of "Real Time with Bill Maher," since 2011.
Before she started acting, Julie Benz was on track to be a professional ice skater. However, a stress fracture derailed her skating career, and she decided to act instead. Her backup career worked out pretty well — she was awesome as Marcie, the Flawless Four's resident ditz, in 1999's "Jawbreaker."
She played a high school student in "Jawbreaker," but Julie Benz was already married while making the movie. She and husband John Kassir tied the knot in 1998 and split in 2008. Four years later, she wed entertainment executive Rich Orosco. Though she's had some success in movies, the small screen is where Julie has really shined. She's been on shows like "Roswell," "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," "Angel," "Desperate Housewives," "Dexter" and "No Ordinary Family." She most recently played Inspector Abby Dunn on CBS's "Hawaii Five-0."
Ethan Erickson played jock Dane Sanders, who attends the senior prom with Courtney after she kills his girlfriend, in 1999's "Jawbreaker."
Ethan Erickson has found his footing on television since "Jawbreakers" premiered in 1999. The actor has appeared on "CSI: NY," "Melrose Place," "Monk," "Castle," "The Closer" and "Accidentally in Love." He most recently starred in 2015's "Stalked By My Neighbor."
Pam Grier brought her signature sass as Vera Cruz, the detective assigned to investigate the murder of the most popular girl in school, in 1999's "Jawbreaker."
Pam Grier already had a full career before starring in "Jawbreaker," having appeared in "Jackie Brown" and countless '70s blaxploitation flicks. She went on to star on "The L Word" and received an Emmy nomination for her work on the animated show "Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child." She most recently guest starred on "This Is Us" and will appear in 2019's "Poms" with Diane Keaton. Pam's list of past loves includes Richard Pryor, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Freddie Prinze. In 1998, she was engaged to music executive Kevin Evans, but the pair never made it to the altar. Then, in 2000, she hooked up with marketing executive Peter Hempel, but the relationship ended after eight years.