Prior to appearing on Friday the 13th the series, Robey has been a fashion model (Vogue), actress (The Money Pit), ballet dancer (Royal Ballet) and a rock star (her cover for "One Night in Bangkok" ranked #9 on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart in 1984. Since the show, she starred in the movie Play Nice in 1994, but hasn't done much acting since. In 1994, Robey married Charles Beauclerk, Earl of Burford (which makes her Lady Burford by the way). They divorced in 2001 and share custody of their son James. She then married a photographer, Stan Shaffer. Robey currently lives in France. Her official website can be found here.
LeMay continues to act and has made guest appearances on numerous television shows (such as Sisters, Providence and E Ring). He also starred in Eddie Dodd and Over My Dead Body. LeMay has appeared in several movies, most recently the 2001 release of Totally Blonde and Three Potatoes and a Spud. Interestingly, LeMay was also in the 1993 movie Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday, which makes him one of two actors that appeared in both the Friday the 13th television show as well as a Friday the 13th movies. For you completionists, the other actor is John Shepherd, who was in Friday the 13th: A New Beginning and the television episode entitled The Baron's Bride). He had an official website at http://johndlemay.sphosting.com/ but it appears to be 404.
Prior to Friday the 13th, Wiggins was probably best known as the father of the Swiss Family Robinsons. But, he was Wiggins also the voice of The Mighty Thor on the 1966 Marvel Superheroes series and the voice of the Great Wishing Star in 1986's Care Bears Movie II: A New Generation, and the Care Bears' head villain, No Heart, on the Nelvana version of their TV show. Most recently, Wiggins appeared in the 2005 Showtime original picture, Our Fathers and ESPN's Four Minutes.
Monarque is a playwright, a musician and a composer. He has written, composed and acted in play named That's Life. That play, now called This Life and is currently in being workshopped in New York City.
His official page can be found here.
This brings us to Warehouse 13, which airs Tuesdays at 9 PM EST on ScyFy. The show takes its main plot element from Friday the 13th the Series. In Warehouse 13, Myka Bering (Joanne Kelly) and Peter Lattimer (Eddie McClintock) hunt down objects (with the assistance of Artie Nielsen (Saul Rubinek)) before really bad things happen. Each episode features a different item. However, there are some major differences between the shows. The main difference being that Myka, Peter and Artie are Secret Service Agents and Warehouse 13 is a top secret government agency. This allows the agents access to information and resources that the Friday the 13ers could only dream of (their only helper was a mystic named Rashid). This also provides the Warehouse Agents with a greater degree of support from a quirky supporting cast, which includes: Genelle Williams as Leena; Allison Scagliotti as Claudia Donovan; and CCH Pounder as Mrs. Frederic. Of course this also means that the Warehouse 13 agents are only driven by duty to country and right and have nowhere near the motivations of the proprietors to the Curious Goods Pawn Shop, who were fighting for their very soul. Another major difference is that the objects collected by Warehouse 13 are not necessary evil. In fact, the agents regularly use them in the field. (Of course, I would hope the fact that every Friday the 13th object required an innocent's death to work would make it a deal killer for the Secret Service). This makes the good versus evil fight that was present in Friday the 13th show have less of a black and white contrast in Warehouse 13. For example, in Resonance, the second episode, the "bad" guys were using an object with good intentions and, as a result, the 'villain' never faced justice.