The Lost Boys Then and Now
More than 25 years ago, Hook arrived in thaters. Directed by Steven Spielberg, the film adapted the story of Peter Pan, introducing viewers to an unforgettable crop of Lost Boys. See the actors who played the youngsters then and now, ahead.
Rufio (Dante Basco)
After popping up in episodes of Santa Barbara and The Wonder Years, Dante Basco led the Lost Boys as Rufio. He continued his acting career throughout the ’90s and 2000s, appearing in episodes of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Moesha, and The Suite Life of Zack and Cody, and hitting the big screen in But I’m a Cheerleader, Biker Boyz, and Take the Lead. In recent years, Basco has focused on voice acting, earning credits for The Legend of Korra, Star Wars Rebels, and Ultimate Spider-Man.
Thud Butt (Raushan Hammond)
Raushan Hammond made his on-screen debut in Hook, joining the Lost Boys as Thud Butt. The young actor added to his résumé soon after with roles in episodes of Tales from the Crypt, Hangin’ with Mr. Cooper, ER, and Family Matters. In 2011, he wrote, directed, and starred in an indpendent film, 24 Hours in Las Vegas, and he told People in 2014 that he’s spent recent years starring in a music, magic and comedy show.
Pockets (Isaiah Robinson)
Isaiah Robinson landed his first credited acting role in Hook, playing Lost Boy member Pockets. The young star filled his childhood with commercial work and returned to acting in 2005, appearing in the indie thriller Dead at the Box Office. In the years since, he has expanded his work to music and stage acting.
Ace (Jasen Fisher)
Don't Ask (James Madio)
James Madio earned his first acting credit for Hook, playing Lost Boy Don’t Ask. The subsequent years were busy for the young actor, filled with roles in Doogie Howser, M.D., Blossom, The Basketball Diaries, USA High, and Band of Brothers. Madio went on to earn credits for Queens Supreme, Shark Tale, Las Vegas, Bones, Ringer, and Jersey Boys.
Too Small (Thomas Tulak)
Thomas Tulak was just right for the part of Hook‘s Too Small, a member of the Lost Boys. After the movie hit theaters, Tulak picked up small-screen work in episodes of Cheers and Mad About You. In recent years, he directed and starred in the Chronicles of the Dragon miniseries and directed a few shorts.
Latchboy (Alex Zuckerman)
No Nap (Ahmad Stoner)
Ahmad Stoner joined the Lost Boys as No Nap, landing his first acting credit for Hook. He spent the ’90s mostly on the small screen, popping up in episodes of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, A Different World, Boy Meets World, Sister, Sister, Roseanne, and Sabrina, the Teenage Witch. Stoner took a step back from acting in the 2000s, and now serves as the executive producer for the online video series No Chill.