Films: The Gingerdead Man (2005), Gingerdead Man 2: Passion of the Crust (2008), Gingerdead Man 3: Saturday Night Cleaver (2011)
Alias: Millard Findlemeyer
Location: Haunted home/Civilized Area
Height/Weight: That of an enlarged rat.
Summary: There are few actors more certifiably kooky and nuts than the man known as Gary Busey. Just his mere visage lets you know everything you need to know about him. Then again, at least for the first film in this franchise, you can see him put that craziness to interesting use...
History: Millard Findlemeyer was an insane serial killer put on trial and then executed via electric chair. But that wasn't the end. Far from it, in fact. His ashes were sent to his equally crazy witch of a mother, who put them into a special gingerbread spice mix so that it could be cooked into gingerbread man, but not before some accidental mixture of blood and electricity came into play. This was the contrived series of events that resurrected Millard into a living, killing cookie with more tenacity than one would give credit for.
Notable Kills: Rips off a woman's finger before shoving her into an oven, shoves an electrical device up someone's ass, vaporizes a man after temporarily donning a robot suit, dowses some people in hydrochloric acid, spikes a DJ's cocaine with lethal chemicals, and has an entire dance floor electrocuted.
Final Fate: The Gingerdead man always fails in the end, but has also always managed to come back. The first time, he got eaten by a guy he later possessed until that man was tossed into the oven. Then he accidentally brought some killer dolls to life who crucified and burnt him. Then after going back in time to the 70s, he ended up getting killed for good when some kids brought some of history's most evil people, Hitler included, to stuff him in a cookie jar to his doom. Then time travel was used again so that he never left to the portal, implying that he's still alive, but now contained in the asylum he tried to escape. Specifically, the Scientific Research Institute for the study of Homicidal Baked Goods. Just go with it. Oh, and there was that time he went up against the evil bong, but that's probably not canon.
Powers/Abilities: Anybody who eats him, he possesses.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 3-We'll give it this. This thing's uncanny and manic face is off-putting as they come. But aside from that, there's not much stopping you from knocking down this otherwise violent and mad cookie. It doesn't help that the effects just got worse and worse as the films went on.
Trivia: -Gary Busey was only the Gingerdead Man in the first film. He gained his reputation as an insane actor after he received a brain injury and became incredibly unsettling to be around. For better or worse, he's aware of the rep he’s gotten.
-As if being constantly shoehorned into every aspect of Full Moon wasn't enough, this guy got his own short comic series known as "The Gingerdead Man: Baking Bad".