You Definitely Know “Fear Street” Actors From These Shows And Movies

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Binging the Fear Street trilogy on Netflix, you might notice some familiar faces. Here’s where you may have seen them before!

1.Cruel Summer

Jeanette Turner

Fear Street star to look out for: Chiara Aurelia (Sheila)

Who she plays: Jeanette Turner, the sweet girl next door turned town pariah after the popular Kate Wallis returns home.

Where to watch: Hulu

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2.Stranger Things

Max on Stranger Things

Fear Street star to look out for: Sadie Sink (Ziggy Berman/Constance)

Who she plays: Max Mayfield, a Hawkins newcomer who's a top-tier arcade gamer. She's also Billy's stepsister and later dates Lucas.

Where to watch: Netflix

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3.Stranger Things

Maya Hawke as Robin on Stranger Things

Fear Street star to look out for: Maya Hawke (Heather)

Who she plays: Robin Buckley, Steve's witty co-worker at Scoops Ahoy in Starcourt Mall.

Where to watch: Netflix

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4.Panic

Heather Nill holding torch

Fear Street star to look out for: Olivia Scott Welch (Sam/Hannah Miller)

Who she plays: Heather Nill, a young high school graduate who competes in a dangerous competition for a $50,000 grand prize.

Where to watch: Amazon Prime Video

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5.Love

Mickey with umbrella

Fear Street star to look out for: Gillian Jacobs (Adult Ziggy Berman)

Who she plays: Mickey Dobbs, a freewheeling program manager who struggles with impulsiveness and addiction. Her main love interest is Paul Rust's nice-guy Gus.

Where to watch: Netflix

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6.Community

Britta Perry

Fear Street star to look out for: Gillian Jacobs (Adult Ziggy Berman)

Who she plays: Britta Perry, a Greendale Community College student who's known for being politically active, but also occasionally hypocritical.

Where to watch: Netflix

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7.A Teacher

Matt Mitchell playing instrument

Fear Street star to look out for: Ashley Zukerman (Nick Goode/Solomon Goode)

Who he plays: Matt Mitchell, the husband of Claire Wilson, an English teacher who develops an illicit sexual relationship with a 17-year-old student.

Where to watch: Hulu

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8.Succession

Nate Sofrelli and Shiv at hotel

Fear Street star to look out for: Ashley Zukerman (Nick Goode/Solomon Goode)

Who he plays: Nate Sofrelli, a political strategist and Shiv Roy's ex who later tries to spark things back up with her — despite both of them being in relationships.

Where to watch: HBO Max

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9.Rim of the World

Kids at camp

Fear Street star to look out for: Benjamin Flores Jr. (Josh/Henry)

Who he plays: Dariush, a rich boy who ends up at summer camp in Southern California when aliens attack the planet.

Where to watch: Netflix

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10.Trinkets

Moe Truax

Fear Street star to look out for: Kiana Madeira (Deena/Sarah)

Who she plays: Moe Truax, a sarcastic teenager with trust issues and a shoplifting habit, which bonds her with Tabitha and Elodie.

Where to watch: Netflix

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11.The White Lotus

Quinn in The White Lotus

Fear Street star to look out for: Fred Hechinger (Simon/Isaac)

Who he plays: Quinn Mossbacher, a socially awkward teenager who's not terribly thrilled about going to a luxurious Hawaiian resort with his family.

Where to watch: HBO Max

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12.The Woman in the Window

Ethan Russell looking up

Fear Street star to look out for: Fred Hechinger (Simon/Isaac)

Who he plays: Ethan Russell, Anna Fox's troubled teenage neighbor who suggests that his father is abusive.

Where to watch: Netflix

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13.My Boys

Jordana Spiro as P.J.

Fear Street star to look out for: Jordana Spiro (Nurse Lane/Widow Mary)

Who she plays: P.J. Franklin, My Boys' lead who is a sports writer at the Chicago Sun-Times.

Where to watch: You can stream a few, though not all, of My Boys' episodes on Crackle

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14.Ozark

Jordana Spiro as Rachel Garrison

Fear Street star to look out for: Jordana Spiro (Nurse Lane/Widow Mary)

Who she plays: Rachel Garrison, the Blue Cat Lodge owner who reluctantly works with Marty as her store becomes a front for his money laundering business.

Where to watch: Netflix

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15.Rise

Ted Sutherland as Simon Saunders on Rise

Fear Street star to look out for: Ted Sutherland (Young Nick Goode)

Who he plays: Simon Saunders, a leading drama student who comes from a religious and conservative family.

Where to watch: NBC

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16.Doom Patrol

Matthew Zuk as the Negative Man

Fear Street star to look out for: Matthew Zuk (Elijah/Will Goode)

Who he plays: Negative Man, a former Air Force pilot who finds negative energy living inside of him after a plane crash and wears bandages to stop himself from spreading radioactivity. Matt Bomer voices the character and portrays him in flashbacks while Zuk plays him in bandages.

Where to watch: HBO Max

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17.Judas and the Black Messiah

Darrell Hadari Britt-Gibson in Judas and the Black Messiah

Fear Street star to look out for: Darrell Hadari Britt-Gibson (Martin)

Who he plays: Bobby Rush, the Black Panther Party Illinois chapter co-founder.

Where to watch: HBO Max

HBO Max

18.Stranger Things

Randy Havens as Mr. Clarke

Fear Street star to look out for: Randy Havens (George Fier)

Who he plays: Mr. Clarke, the enthusiastic middle school science teacher at Hawkins Middle School. He also leads the school A.V. Club, which helps the kids out when they’re embarking on their Demogorgon shenanigans.

Where to watch: Netflix

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19.Dynasty

Emily Rudd as Heidi in Dynasty

Fear Street star to look out for: Emily Rudd (Cindy Berman/Abigail)

Who she plays: Heidi, Connor’s mother and John Lowden’s former lover. John formerly had an affair with Heidi, who secretly raised their baby on her own.

Where to watch: Netflix

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What are your favorite performances? Let us know in the comments below!