These werewolves are Silver Foxes

Over the years, werewolves have thrilled us in folklore, books, movies, and television. The best portrayals involve a little dangerous sex appeal and charisma. The men listed here transformed into the big bad wolf on screen, and then transformed into silver foxes later.

Below are five werewolves and their “Silver Fox” more recent images.

1. Michael Paré, Bad Moon (1996)

Based on the book, Thor, Bad Moon stared Michael Paré as the brother who thought spending time with family would help cure his, er, affliction. He was wrong.

Michael Pare in Bad Moon
Michael Pare getting caught in the act in Bad Moon.
Michael Pare more recently.

2. John. J. York, Werewolf (TV series, 1987-88)

For two seasons, John. J. York portrayed Eric, a young man on the run, hunted by a bounty hunter for the slaying of his roommate. Of course, the murder was committed by a werewolf, the same one that infected Eric.

The Werewolf in the TV series.
John J. York in Fox's short lived 1980s TV series Werewolf.
John J. York after returning to human form in Fox’s short lived 1980s TV series Werewolf.
John J. York today.

3. Robson Green, Being Human (UK, 2011)

With a cool demeanor and a chip on his rugged shoulder, Robson Green joined Being Human as the vampire-slaying papa wolf.

being human UK TV
Robson Green in Being Human.
Robson Green
Robson Green today.

4. Everett McGill, Silver Bullet (1985)

[SPOILER] Based on Cycle of the Werewolf by Stephen King, Silver Bullet featured Everett McGill as the conflicted yet increasingly evil werewolf priest.

Everett McGill as the werewolf in Silver Bullet.
Everett McGill more recently.

5. David Naughton, American Werewolf in London (1981)

No list would be complete without mention of David Naughton in the werewolf classic, An American Werewolf in London, with gore, great effects, and comedic relief sprinkled in.

David Naughton transforms into the werewolf in American Werewolf in London.
David Naughton more recently.

Adrian Lilly is the author of The Wolf at His Door: Book One of The Runes Trilogy as well as two other novels.

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