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The Cast Of Terminator Then And Now

Hard to believe that more than 30 years have gone by since we first watched The Terminator in theaters!

It was considered one of the more influential films of that decade, having affected a whole generation of dark science fiction. Critics called it one of Arnold's best performances and the film launched James Cameron's career.

Now, more than 30 years later a lot has changed! Look at them now!

Arnold Schwarzenegger

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Nothing can stop Arnie! He hit the round running since The Terminator franchise and he hasn't slowed down since! You can catch him on the Celebrity Apprentice on NBC. You'll have to tune in to hear his catchphrase though!

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Michael Biehn

We haven't seen much of Biehn since 2014, but the actor says that Kyle Reese was his favorite character to portray.

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Linda Hamilton

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The actress who was most famous for her role as Sarah Connor can still be seen in TV shows and movies. Her acting career spans almost 40 years.

Edward Furlong

Furlong was a teen heartthrob in the 80s who later struggled with addiction. Fans caught a glimpse of him in The Green Hornet when he played Tupper in 2011.

Robert Patrick

Fans loved him as T-1000 and can still catch sight of that steely stare in his role as Agent Cabe Gallo in CBS' Scorpion.

Nick Stahl

He played John Connor in the third Terminator film of 2003 and has since been seen in other popular movies like The Thin Red Line and Sin City.

Kristanna Loken

As T-X she was on the hunt for John Connor in Terminator 3. Today, she is focusing on raising her son Thor who was born in May 2016.

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