Tracie Savage was born in Michigan and moved with her family to Los Angeles at a very young age. It was there that she began appearing in various television shows such as “Little House on the Prairie”. When she was 18, she appeared in “Friday the 13th Part Three” as Debbie, the first installment where Jason wore his now iconic Hockey Mask! After college, Tracie decided to leave acting to pursue a career in Broadcast News. For several years she was a news anchor at NBC 4 in Burbank. It was there she met Writer/Director Mike Gutridge (who was working as an editor) and agreed to portray the lead character Loretta in Mike’s first film as a “favor”. Mike and Tracie are thrilled to be working together again! She currently lives with her husband and son in Sherman Oaks.
Paul Kratka began acting at an early age and is most remembered for his role as Rick in Friday the 13th part 3 along with Tracie Savage! But Paul’s interests are not just in acting. As one of the founders of Bonfire Health, Paul pursues a level of fitness that would be more fitting a man half his age, and he has the physique to match. He swims, practices yoga, rides a mountain bike, and trains intensively for core strength and conditioning – every week.
Tammy Kaitz hails from the fair state of Colorado where she began her theatre life. Some of Tammy’s TV credits include Kosher Pig (Pilot), Strong Medicine (Lifetime), Resurrection Blvd(Showtime), Point of Murder (MOW) and Knots Landing (ABC). The independent film world that Tammy has worked in include Welcome to Sonoita, Two Pence, The Birthday Gift , Yabaand The Hollywood Shuffle. Los Angeles is where Tammy has done an abundant of theatre work. In the stage play Infinite Black Suitcase, Daily Variety wrote: “The highlight of the production is the painfully endearing efforts of recently widowed Mary (Tammy Kaitz).” For her performance in The Baby Dance, Tammy won Lead Actress of the Year from the Valley Theater League.
Life outside of the entertainment business will find Tammy busy raising a family and doing volunteer work for the Teen Impact program at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles for teenagers battling cancer and remission.
Ron Millkie is best known for his portrayal of Officer Dorf in the original “Friday the 13th”. He has also appeared in “A Return to Salem’s Lot”, “Grand Isle”( with Ellen Burstyn) as Alphonse Ratignolle,”Meridian” as Dexter McBane, “Just Tell Me What You Want”,”New Jack City”(ass’t DA-uncredited), “Satin’s Playground” and most recently Dante Tomaselli’s “Torture Chamber” as Dr. Thompson.He has appeared on the stage in the Broadway national tour of “The Great White Hope” and acted i n many off B’way plays including the works of William Shakespeare and Anton Chekov. Ron currently teaches acting in New York City.