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Name: Jamie Lloyd
Known aliases: Jamie Lloyd Carruthers (adoptive name)
Gender: Female
Location: Haddonfield, Illinois
Known relatives: Laurie Strode (biological

mother; deceased)
Mr. Lloyd (biological father; deceased)
Steven Lloyd (son)
Judith Myers (maternal aunt; deceased)
Michael Myers (maternal uncle)
Mr. Myers (maternal grandfather; deceased)
Audrey Myers (maternal grandmother; deceased)
Morgan Strode (adoptive maternal grandfather)
Pamela Strode (adoptive maternal grandmother)
Richard Carruthers (foster father)
Darlene Carruthers (foster mother)
Rachel Carruthers (foster sister; deceased)

Birth: January 30, 1980
Death: October 30, 1995 (aged 15)
Portrayed by: Danielle Harris (H4, H5)
J. C. Brandy (H6)
First appearance: Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers
"He'll never die..."
―Jamie Lloyd to Ben Meeker about Michael Myers[src]

Jamie Lloyd, also known as Jamie Carruthers, is a major character in the Halloween franchise. She first appeared in Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers and Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers, portrayed by Danielle Harris. She also appeared in a smaller role in Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers, played by J.C. Brandy.


Early life

Jamie Lloyd was born to Laurie Strode and Mr. Lloyd in 1980. She knew of her murderous uncle Michael Myers and was often taunted by her peers because of it. Her parents died in an accident in November 1987. As a result of their death, Jamie was adopted by the Carruthers family as they were close family friends and Laurie used to babysit their daughter Rachel Carruthers when she was younger. Although Jamie never felt as loved as a real daughter by her new family, they did love her as much.

First terror

At 4 AM on October 31, 1988, Jamie sat in the Carruthers living room and watched the rain. Then her foster sister Rachel came to see what was wrong as Jamie had not gotten a good night's sleep in four days. Jamie questioned Rachel about how much she loved her and if she could ever love her like a real sister. Rachel told her that even though they were not blood-related siblings, she still loved her no matter what. When Jamie began to talk about how she missed her parents, Rachel revealed to her that she used to be babysat by her mother when she was younger. Rachel then took Jamie to her room. Jamie was still upset and went to her closet to retrieve a picture of her mother then started to cry. She cries herself to sleep only to have a nightmare where she is being chased by the boogeyman. Richard and Darlene Carruthers rush to her room and try to calm down their foster daughter.

The next morning, Jamie walks downstairs to learn that Rachel has to babysit her, but Rachel is not pleased and complains to her mother about this, not knowing that Jamie could hear everything. Jamie then runs upstairs to her room and Rachel goes after her to apologize for the way she was acting. She tells her that her date with her boyfriend Brady could wait and that she would like to take Jamie trick or treating for the night. At first, Jamie does not want to go and instead wants to get ice cream, which Rachel is fine with.

At school, Kyle and his friends make fun of Jamie due to the fact that she is the niece of the bogeyman and that her mother is dead. Jamie runs out of the school crying and only stops when she is picked up by Rachel and her friend Lindsey Wallace. Jamie then asks to go trick or treating and wants to get a costume. Lindsey suggests going to Vincent Drug, the same shop where Brady works at.

Jamie sees the "nightmare" man

Once they get there, Jamie goes off to find the perfect costume which she finds in a clown suit. While Jamie looks at herself with the clown costume in the mirror, she sees a young boy in the same outfit with a bloody knife. Jamie backs away and bumps into someone, and finds the nightmare man. Jamie breaks the glass mirror which gets Rachel's attention, then they quickly leave the store after buying the costume.

Later in the night, Richard and Darlene leave Jamie in Rachel's hands as they leave for a Halloween event. The girls go trick or treating as planned, but Jamie gets briefly separated from Rachel after they stop at the Meeker house. As soon as the sisters find each other, they are approached by Sam Loomis and sheriff Meeker. Confused about what is going on, the girls do as they are told and enter the car. They are taken to Meeker's house where the girls are told to remain until they can fully figure out what is happening. While Jamie and Rachel wait in a bedroom, Brady comes in to check up on them. He asks what is wrong and Rachel answers Michael Myers, Brady has no clue who he is, so Rachel briefly explains it to him. Jamie starts to cry as she tells Rachel that the kids in her school were right. Jamie then falls asleep and then later awakens to find that Rachel is gone then goes looking for her. While she searches for Rachel, Michael breaks into the house and kills Deputy Logan and Kelly Meeker. Rachel finds Jamie and the two hug briefly as Michael has also spotted them. He slowly walks up the stairs but Brady tries to stall Michael while Jamie and Rachel escape into the attic.

Once they are in the attic, the girls try to barricade the entrance and break the window to escape to the roof. Jamie hops on Rachel's back as they make their way to the very top of the house but as soon as they reach the top, they learn that Michael is there also. Michael tries to attack them both but Rachel plans to lower Jamie down the house with some wires but Rachel loses her grip on the wires after Michael tries to slice at her. Jamie manages to swing herself to the side of the house and climb down as Rachel falls from the roof, leaving her unconscious. Jamie tries to wake her up but gets no response. Jamie runs away once she realizes that no one can save her from Michael who starts to chase her once again. She makes it all the way to the streets where she bumps into Loomis. When the young girl asks to be taken home, Loomis tells her that that's the first place he would look for her and suggest they head towards her school. Loomis and Jamie break into the school where he tells Jamie that she should be protected now but Michael arrives and throws Loomis through the windows, leaving Jamie alone once again. Jamie makes her way around the school until she sees Michael. She tries to run down some steps but trips and she tries to crawl away from Michael, but he grabs her. Luckily for Jamie, Rachel arrives and uses a fire extinguisher on him to save her.

Jamie after stabbing her foster mother

Rachel takes Jamie out of the school where they meet Earl Ford and his gang of friends. Rachel suggests they try to get out of Haddonfield to save themselves. Earl informs the police that he has the girls and is taking them out of town. The girls assume that they are now safe but little do they know that Michael was under the car the whole time and he kills everyone except for Rachel and Jamie. Rachel takes over the wheel while Jamie tries to stay down as Rachel tries to get Michael off the truck. Rachel pushes on the brakes which knocks Myers off and then tries to run him over and sends him into a field. Jamie and Rachel are unharmed and as the police arrive, Rachel goes to talk with them as Jamie gets out of the truck and walks towards Michael. She briefly touches his hand, which awakens her uncle. Meeker and Rachel tell Jamie to get away as they attempt to shoot Michael. The police then take Jamie and Rachel home, knowing that they would never forget their night. Darlene tries to clean up Jamie and prepares a bath for her. While in her room, Jamie (under the influence of Michael Myers) stabs her foster mother, but not fatally. When screams are heard from upstairs, Dr. Loomis walks over to the staircase seeing Jamie poised at the top holding a pair of bloody scissors (similar to Michael when he killed Judith). Sheriff Meeker stops Loomis from shooting her.

Michael returns

One year later, a severely traumatized Jamie is housed in the Haddonfield Children's Clinic. She has now been rendered mute and suffers from nightmares and seizures. On October 30, 1989, Jamie suffers from a nightmare where she learns that Michael is still alive and is coming to get her. The next morning Rachel, her friend Tina and their dog Max have come to visit her and give her a princess costume for Halloween. While they are playing around, Sam Loomis enters the room, wanting them to keep quiet and as they get ready to leave someone throws a rock into Jamie's room with a note that says "The evil child must die."

Jamie is sent into a convulsion as Rachel dies

Jamie eventually learns that she has developed a telepathic bond with her uncle and can sense when he is near someone which send Jamie convulsions when he kills. She receives her first telepathic vision when she realizes that Michael is in her old house and lets Max out. Worried about her sister, Jamie has Loomis call to warn Rachel. Once Rachel calls the cops and finds Max, she calls Jamie back to let her know that everything is okay and that she loves her. Jamie is still upset that Michael is back yet no one but Loomis believes her. She then "sees" Michael killing Rachel which sends her into her a convulsion.

Later on in the day, Jamie starts to feel that Michael is close by and looks out her window to see him staring at her. Jamie panics and starts to run away and he chases her all the way into the basement where she is found by the janitor and Nurse Patsey. Loomis arrives in her room and demands to know why she won't tell him anything she knows about Michael. He tells her that Michael had dug up a nine-year old's coffin and asks her what she thinks he plans to do with that coffin. Nurse Patsey comes in the room, asking Loomis to leave Jamie alone. Loomis tells her that tears won't do anything and that they can stop him together.

Later in the night, Jamie gets dressed in her princess costume and is given flowers by Billy Hill. Billy also gives her a bracelet that has his name on it, telling her it's for good luck. Touched by Billy's kindness towards her, Jamie kisses him, and they enter the Gobzin costume pageant together. While they wait, Jamie starts to see Tina is in danger and collapses. She tells Loomis that Tina is at a store with a big cookie woman. The police realize she is talking about Bill's Gas Station and rush there to save Tina.

They bring her back to her clinic where Jamie is glad to see that she is safe and says Tina's name which excites her as Jamie can now speak. She tucks Jamie in and tells her that she has to leave to meet up with her boyfriend, Jamie begs her to stay as she tells her the boogeyman is after her but Tina tells her that when she gets older she would understand. Jamie cries as she continues to beg Tina to stay. Jamie tells herself that she has to help Tina and sneaks off. Billy also runs off after she is discovered missing and finds Jamie, telling her that Tina went to the Tower Farm.

The children make their way all to way to Tower Farm where they find Tina. Their reunion is brief as Michael is also at the Tower Farm and chases Tina as he attempts to run her over. Jamie tries to get his attention and when she does, he turns his attention towards Jamie and Billy. The two run off in different directions but Michael follows Billy and runs him over and then turns his attention towards Jamie. Jamie runs as fast as she can into the forest and tricks Michael into crashing into a tree.

Jamie thinks the nightmare is finally over until she sees that Michael is still alive and starts to come after her. Just when Michael is about to stab her and Jamie thinks it is all over, Tina jumps in and sacrifices herself so Jamie can escape. Jamie cries out for Tina but is taken away by Billy as Tina begs for them to run away. The two eventually run into the arms of Dr. Loomis who has arrived with the police and the ambulance. Jamie asks how she can help Loomis stop Michael after she sees Tina's dead body.


Loomis and the police take Jamie to the Myers house where they place her in Judith's bedroom and have her comb her hair in a similar manner as did Judith on the night she was murdered. Outside the police and Loomis have the house surrounded while deputy Charlie Bloch stays in the same room with Jamie. Jamie then starts to worry that Billy is in danger as she sees Michael is at the clinic. The police force moves themselves to the clinic and Meeker tells Loomis to move Jamie to the police station. Loomis has other plans and doesn't do as he is told. Loomis enters Judith's bedroom and tells Charlie that they are not moving Jamie and at that time, Michael arrives and kills deputy Eddy Grey. Charlie is then told to watch over Jamie while he takes care of Michael. Once they hear Loomis get attacked, Charlie and Jamie try to escape out the window but Michael enters Judith's bedroom and attacks Charlie so Jamie runs away while Michael is busy murdering Charlie.

Jamie tries to hide in the laundry chute but Michael finds her forcing Jamie to let go and fall down. Michael comes down towards the basement and tries to get to Jamie again so Jamie tries to climb back up. At first, Michael tries to grab her and then stab her from the opening but she is too far up the chute for him to reach so he starts to stab the entire shoot and manages to stab her in the leg once.

Jamie finally makes it all the way back up, gets out and runs towards the attic where she finds a child's coffin, candles, Max, Mike, and finally Rachel. She hears Michael approaching and hides in the coffin as there is nowhere else to go. Michael finds her and prepares to stab her until she calls him "uncle". Michael stops and Jamie asks to see his face and tells him that he is just like her. She sees him cry and asks him to let her wipe away his tear but it sends him into a rage. Michael puts his mask back on as Jamie tries to escape.

She runs into the arms of Loomis who appears to turn on her as he holds her and offers her to Michael, Jamie screams in all this confusion but learns it was a trap set up for Michael as Loomis drops a metal link net over Michael, shoots him with a tranquilizer gun, and then violently beats him unconscious with a wooden plank. Loomis then starts to suffer from a stroke as the police arrive and take Jamie and Michael to the police station.

Meeker tells Jamie that they have contacted the US National Guard to escort Michael to a maximum-security military prison where he will stay until the day he dies. Upon hearing this, Jamie knows better and tells him that Michael will never die. Deputy Tony then takes Jamie to his car to take her back to the clinic. Suddenly they hear a loud explosion and Tony goes inside to check things out and tells Jamie to stay in the car. Jamie, however, hears a voice that tells her to come to him. Jamie arrives at the station to find everyone dead and Michael no longer in his cell. She starts to cry out "no", as she knows that Michael is free. She then sees Michael loading into a van and is captured by a strange man in black, who takes both of them to Smith's Grove Sanitarium and they stay there for the next six years.

Jamie's final night

Jamie enjoys the brief time she has with her son

During her time as a captive of the Thorn Cult, Jamie had become impregnated. On October 30, 1995, she had given birth to a baby boy who was taken away by the man in black. Thinking that she'll probably never see her son again, Jamie rested until she was awakened by Mary. The three try to escape Smith's Grove, but Mary decides to stay behind once they reach the exit. Jamie and her son run outside and find a small opening in a fence and escape through it. Jamie finds a truck and gets in and the owner of the truck asks what she is doing. Jamie tries to warn the man to come in with her and escape but it's too late for the man as Michael snaps his neck and Jamie drives off. On her way to find safety, she listens to the radio where they are talking about the Haddonfield murders. She finds an empty bus deport and stops off there to find help. Since no one is in the building she decides to call the radio that she heard and begs for help from Sam Loomis and warns everyone that Michael is back. She then goes to the restroom where she tries to keep her son from crying and enjoys the brief time she has with him. At the moment, the light goes off and Jamie knows that Michael has found them. Jamie hides her baby while she hides out in a restroom as Michael searches for them. Jamie finds a small window to crawl out of and escapes back to the truck.

Jamie's death

As she drives away, she sees that Michael is right behind her and forces her to crash into a farm. With no other place to go, Jamie goes into the barn to try and hide only to learn that Michael is also in the barn. She tries to escape out the door very slowly so Michael won't hear her, but she steps on a twig that gets Michael's attention.

Michael grabs his niece by the throat and impales her abdomen on a corn thresher, mortally wounding Jamie. Still alive, she tries to reach her uncle, much like she did when she was younger, but it has no effect this time. Michael pushes Jamie further on the thresher and Jamie tells him that he cannot have her baby. Michael then turns on the thresher, with the knives driving up and slowly ripping her torso apart, finally killing Jamie Lloyd and leaving her son orphaned.


Jamie was an innocent, shy and nice child. The premature death of her parents would serve to leave her with a lack of belonging, evidenced by her asking of Rachel if the latter loved her like a real sister. Throughout the remainder of her life, whether it was while she was in the Haddonfield's Children Clinic or with the Cult of Thorn, Jamie would constantly have the status quo of her life changed all the while being pursued by her homicidal uncle. Those that she loved and cared for, whether it be Rachel, her stepparents, or even Tina, would be put in harm's way or killed indirectly as a result of their association with her. Despite being the catalyst for these events, she would find herself helpless to stop any of it. She was also trusting of law enforcement and figures of authority, as she complied with Sheriff Meeker's orders after he located Rachel and her. Her sole act of defiance against a policeman's orders, when she walked into the station of the Haddonfield police after Michael was freed and all of the officers were slaughtered, came when she was left alone and knew no one was able to protect her anymore.

Jamie demonstrated from an early age her ability to conduct quick thinking. When Dr. Loomis was thrown through a window by Michael, she used the time it took Michael to grab Loomis to begin running away and seeking a door to escape through. When Michael followed her around at the Myers house, she hid in a laundry chute and moved around inside to keep herself away from Michael. When Michael seemingly cornered her and her baby in a restroom, she used the restroom's window to escape and hid her baby within a manner of moments.

Jamie was religious, as evidenced by her praying for her family before trying to go to sleep, and also when she begged God to not let Michael get her while she was hiding from him in a laundry shoot. Given that she had a nightmare after praying in the former example, and was reluctant to go to sleep before that, it can be inferred that she was more likely to rely on her religious beliefs when under stress or afraid. It was a coping mechanism for her, the idea that a higher, benevolent deity would prevent the malevolent acts of her uncle from reaching her.

Jamie's relationship with Rachel developed after the two became stepsisters. The two were opposites in many ways, with Rachel being a teenager who got along well with others her age, while Jamie was a child, who was teased by her classmates. Rachel was also hesitant to accept Jamie as her real sister and annoyed by having to babysit her, whereas Jamie wanted to be seen as her real sister and did not appear bothered by being watched over by her and was only upset upon seeing how Rachel reacted to having to watch her. Jamie and Rachel shared a love and underlying concern for each other, demonstrated by Rachel when the latter was looking for Jamie after the two got separated, and demonstrated by Jamie when she thought Rachel was dead after Rachel became unconscious from falling off a roof. After Jamie became mute, Rachel and Jamie's closeness would continue, with the duo communicating via sign language and even speaking over the phone despite Jamie not being able to speak back to Rachel. As Halloween 1989 approached, Jamie became increasingly worried for Rachel's safety, feelings that were validated when Rachel was murdered by Michael. Jamie stumbled across her corpse at the Myers house and screamed at the realization that she had lost one of the few people who had always treated her well and loved her more than themselves.

The shadow of her uncle loomed over Jamie for her entire life. She was mocked at school for her relation to him (along with the fact that her mother was deceased) and became his target once he came out of his decade-long comatose state. Jamie responded to both by running, not wanting to hear the harsh words of her peers in the former case, and trying to preserve her life in the latter case. Without having seen Michael, she was able to visualize him attacking her in her dreams, showing that despite Jamie having never met Michael at this point, she was already afraid of him like most others. She reacted with terror anytime she saw him throughout the course of Halloween 1988, understanding that he meant her harm. Even when the two gained a psychic connection from her touching his hand, Jamie still was afraid of him. She did not completely give up on his humanity, however, as evidenced by her addressing him as her uncle, and noting the similarities in their appearance when he removed his mask for her. This was followed up six years later by Jamie reaching for Michael as he was killing her and the latter pushing her down on the corn thresher afterward, Jamie finally being enveloped by the shadow of the uncle that had hung over her existence.

Jamie, upon being possessed by Michael, took on multiple traits of his including his silence and homicidal tendencies.

While possessed by Michael after making physical contact with him, Jamie became identical to her uncle. She stabbed her stepmother, the same woman who took care of her for almost a year and who Jamie had prayed for the night before, showing that she did care for her and the evil transferred into Jamie had overrode her previous love for her stepmother. Jamie also made sure to gather her weapon and approach her stepmother quietly as to not alert the others in the house to her planned attack until it was too late to stop it. When confronted by Loomis, Meeker, Rachel and her stepfather after doing this, Jamie did not appear afraid at all of what consequences might come from what she had just done, mirroring the lack of concern her uncle showed for what could happen to him whenever he murdered someone. She also became silent like her uncle and breathed in the same way he did during his 1978 murder spree on Halloween. The way that Jamie put her mask on before going to stab her stepmother paralleled Michael's seeming need to always have his mask on whenever he murdered someone or was attempting to resume his killing spree. Overall, the possession saw Jamie morph from a scared, innocent, benevolent little girl to a cold, emotionless, homicidal would-be assassin who showed promise to continue the carnage of her uncle if the connection was not severed.

In the year following her stabbing her stepmother, Jamie became close to Tina Williams, a friend of Rachel's. Tina would come to visit Jamie and the former's outgoing personality would brighten the day of the often-depressed Jamie. While Jamie was content to see Tina leave, knowing that she would return, she became more worried for Tina's safety after her connection with Michael clued her in to his new murder spree. Jamie tearfully pleaded with Tina to stay with her, knowing that she was in danger, even crying as Tina left in a demonstration of her sincerity in her concern for her. Jamie's subsequent decision to leave Haddonfield Children's Clinic to search for Tina, which put her in harm's way as it increased the chances of Michael encountering her if he was in fact after Tina, showed that she cared enough about Tina to disregard her own safety. Jamie's worst fears would come true when Michael stabbed Tina, who sacrificed herself to stall him from attacking Jamie, as she had lost a person close to her who she had desperately tried to save, It was only after Tina's demise that Jamie would consent to assisting Loomis in defeating Michael, with Jamie pointedly asking Loomis if he could kill Michael, showing the murder had affected her enough to want vengeance.

Through her relation to Michael and being targeted by him, she became acquainted with Dr. Loomis, her opposite in many ways. Whereas Loomis was someone who pursued Michael with no familial relation to him, Jamie was someone who ran away from Michael during his attempts to take her life which were seemingly motivated solely by the fact that she was his niece. While Loomis had known Michael for over two decades by the time of his 1988 Halloween murder spree and was more knowledgeable of Michael than most others, Jamie had never met her uncle until he came to Haddonfield to kill her and was just as lacking in awareness of his impending terror as anyone else. Loomis and Jamie were connected through their association with Michael, a belief that he was pure evil, and a fear of the harm he could inflict if not contained. Loomis wanted to protect Jamie from Michael without having ever met her and Jamie did not run away from Loomis when he found her outside by herself after the murders at the Meeker house, instead leading him to the schoolhouse at his instruction, showing that Jamie had gained enough trust in Loomis to follow his orders despite a short time of knowing each other. Jamie also sought and accepted comfort from Loomis, as they hugged in the schoolhouse and Jamie was held by Loomis when Michael was shot by Meeker and other officers.

After Loomis was assigned to Jamie at the Haddonfield Children's Clinic, he became the only person who would take her psychic link to Michael seriously, attempting to get the now mute girl to reveal where Michael was and even making a call to Rachel after Jamie's connection tipped her off to Michael's presence in her vicinity. Jamie was largely uncooperative with Loomis until Tina's murder, often silently crying and enduring the torture of being powerless to stop murders she was privy to. She would also not follow his instructions to write down what she was seeing to aid him in his hunt for Michael, which Loomis assessed as her protecting Michael by not giving up his location or any clues that could lead them to where he was and potentially stop him from killing more innocent people. Jamie appeared convinced that Loomis had decided to give her to Michael when he used her as bait to lure Michael into a trap. Despite this, she made one final attempt to get his aid when calling out for Loomis over a radio station six years later while being pursued by Michael, showing that she had retained trust in his ability to protect her.

Jamie had many traits in common with Tommy Doyle. They both first met Michael when they were children and were protected from him by a teenage babysitter and both had trauma stemming from this meeting, with Tommy becoming so obsessed with the event that he kept clippings of news about Michael while Jamie lost her voice and developed a psychic link to her uncle. Where they differed was that while Tommy was interested in Michael, the latter never sought him out and only met him again because Tommy involved himself in protecting Jamie's baby. Jamie never sought out Michael, but was continuously pursued until her death and only ever directly pursued Michael when she was seeking revenge for Tina's death. Jamie and Tommy were also similar in their protectiveness toward Steven and the first person to hold Steven after Jamie's death was Tommy, symbolizing that he had inherited her role as the baby's defender.

Notes and trivia

  • In the films, the uncertainty about Jamie's age stems from a discrepancy between Halloween 4 and Halloween 5. In the former film, set in late October 1988, Rachel Carruthers wonders why Jamie continues staying up so late. She asks her, "You going for a record here? The Seven-Year-Old Insomniacs' Hall of Fame?" The latter film is set one year later in late October 1989. Tina Williams exclaims to Dr. Loomis that "Jamie’s a nine-year-old girl!". In the novelization of the fourth film, Halloween IV by Nicholas Grabowsky, Jamie is six years old, which implicitly dates her birth year to 1982.
  • Halloween 4 director Dwight H. Little said that, had he and Alan B. McElroy returned for Halloween 5, they would have continued to focus on the relationship between Jamie and Rachel, as Little believed this relationship was the core of Halloween 4.
  • The photo of Laurie that Jamie has in Halloween 4 is a publicity shot of Jamie Lee Curtis on the set of the original film.
  • Aside from Laurie, Jamie is the only relative Michael has pursued throughout multiple films.
  • Along with Tina, Jamie is one of two characters to find multiple corpses of Michael's victims in Halloween 5, as Jamie finds the bodies of Rachel, Mike and Max while Tina finds the bodies of Spitz, Sam, Nick and Tom.
  • Jamie was originally set to be stabbed in the leg by Michael while hiding from him in the laundry shoot during the climax of Halloween 5. Dominique Othenin-Girard later said that he wanted to shoot the scene in a way that lacked gore as to convey "a very short hit which was supposed to hurt and scandalize an audience."
  • When asked what it was like to work with Harris, Othenin-Girard replied, "It was simply a great joy. Every day and even after long hours or late at night, Danielle was simply available in a good mood. She was my inspiration and she inspired the whole crew with her humor, her courage and her unending will to push on and push on. Incredible, that strength and determination at her age. A great maturity in a young girl’s body and already a superb actress. I love children and would never abuse them in any way. I took great care of her and never involved her fully in the dramatic, scary scenes. I could never forgive myself if she would end up traumatized after the shoot. I would play games with her and protect her from what we were really shooting."[1]
  • The reports that Kevin Williamson's original treatment for H20 included a scene in which Halloweens 4 through 6 are acknowledged as being "in continuity" are completely accurate. The scene did exist, and involved Sarah at Keri/Laurie's school giving a class report on the "Haddonfield Murders", and going into great detail about Jamie Lloyd. The student talks about Jamie losing her parents in an auto accident; even though it is never specified in the film Halloween 4 exactly how Laurie and Jamie's father perished, in the novelization, they do die in a car crash. In fact, the only reason for Laurie to be in the Witness Protection Program with her son under an assumed name as "Keri Tate" at all was because the original story for H20 was conceived like this, with Halloweens 4 through 6 in-continuity, and Williamson thus being required to create an explanation for Laurie's "death" in the previous movies and her subsequent resurrection. The student's report chronicles Jamie's being hunted and eventually killed by her uncle, Michael Myers. Upon hearing this oral presentation in the classroom, a grief-stricken Keri/Laurie then retreats to a restroom and throws up. This scene was of course omitted from the actual film.
  • In the Producer's Cut of Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers, Jamie is only stabbed by Michael in the beginning and remains in Haddonfield Memorial Hospital for most of the movie. She is killed by Terence Wynn, who shoots her in the head. Also in the Producer's Cut, it is more than implied that Michael is the father of her son.
    • According to Daniel Farrands, he originally planned for Jamie to die near the end of the movie and in a fight against Michael while she lets the others escape, giving her a more heroic death.
  • Jamie's name was Brittany in the original script, but was changed in homage to Jamie Lee Curtis.
  • Melissa Joan Hart auditioned for the role of Jamie.
  • Many fans of the franchise believe Jimmy from Halloween II might be the husband of Laurie and the father of Jamie. While this is mostly based off Laurie and Jimmy's limited interactions in that film, the assumption is largely based on commonly held belief among Halloween fans that Jimmy's last name was "Lloyd", just like Jamie's. In actuality, however, Jimmy is given no last name in Halloween II and is never mentioned again after that film. The man used as Jamie's father in the pictures shown in Halloween 4 is not Lance Guest, the actor who portrayed Jimmy. There are nothing within any of the Halloween sequels that explicitly or implicitly name Jimmy as the father of Jamie Lloyd.
  • Due to the discrepancies between Jamie's age in Halloween 4 (7 years old) and Halloween 5 (9 years old), Jamie would be either one year older than Laurie's son, John Tate (who exists in the alternate timeline started with H20) or the same age.
  • Jamie is jump scared by Loomis twice. In the fourth film, Loomis does so when he comes on the side of her after she flees Sheriff Meeker's home to get away from Michael. In the fifth film, Loomis jump scares Jamie and Billy when he comes behind the two after they flee from Michael, following Tina sacrificing herself to protect Jamie.
  • Along with Michael and Mike, Jamie is one of three characters to be kissed by Tina in Halloween 5, and the only one to be kissed without romantic intent.
  • Along with Dr. Loomis and Laurie, Jamie is one of three characters in this timeline confirmed to have seen Michael's face after he escapes Smith's Grove and begins his killing sprees.
  • Jamie is the only character in the entire franchise that Michael willingly takes his mask off for.
  • Phil Rosenberg wrote a script for the sixth Halloween film titled Halloween 666: The Origin and it described Jamie as having disappeared since the events of Halloween 5, featuring the character only in a virtual reality segment.
  • The script for 2018's Halloween originally had Laurie's daughter be 'Jamie', possibly a new take on the classic character for the 2018 Timeline, though she was later renamed and turned into a mostly different character.
  • Out of Laurie Strode's three children across the franchise's multiple timelines, Jamie is the only one to have no scenes interacting with her mother throughout her film appearances, and the only one to interact with Dr. Loomis.
  • Along with Tommy Doyle, Terence Wynn, Lindsey Wallace, Laurie Strode, and Michael, Jamie is one of six characters in this timeline to be played by more than one actor.
  • Aiming to write the sixth Halloween film, Daniel Farrands wrote a draft so long that Moustapha Akkad told him to only use half of it and set the second half as the basis for a potential seventh movie. The draft for a Halloween 7 featured Jamie, who would have survived the sixth film in this version, being chosen as the final sacrifice by enraged Haddonfield citizens. The draft ended with a returning Laurie arriving to save Jamie. Akkad rejected this script because he believed Jamie Lee Curtis would never return to the series. Farrands wanted Curtis to return as a means of further connecting the latter films with the first two.[2]
  • Several follow-ups were considered for Halloween: Resurrection before it was decided to reboot the series. One proposal was Halloween: Bad Blood, a script written by Josh Stolberg featuring an adult Jamie that would take place in-between the events of Halloween H20: Twenty Years Later and Halloween: Resurrection. The script begins with Jamie and a support group reflecting on their past before a man appears with a knife and Jamie disarms him, showing that she has become capable of defending herself. Shortly thereafter, Michael attacks the group to get to Jamie, who joins Michael in being hit by an ambulance and seriously wounded. When they are taken to a hospital, Jamie's scars from her survival against Michael are shown and she is given a sedative for coming off as hysterical as she tries to warn staff about Michael's threat. After a nurse makes a mistake with Jamie's personal blood supply, her blood is placed into seven other people. Stolberg wanted Jamie's blood to be transferred to others, and thereby make them future targets of Michael, so that every movie would not feature him pursuing the same person.[3]
  • Jamie shares some similarities to Alessa Gillespie from the Silent Hill series: both have a father who is never seen (Alessa's father is not mentioned either), and while they are children (Jamie at 9 and Alessa at 7), they are in hospitals owned by cults, until both leave/escape shortly after giving birth while they are minors (Jamie at 15 and Alessa at 14).
  • Jamie shares many similarities to Tommy Jarvis from the Friday the 13th series: both first appear in the fourth installment of their series, are aided in surviving a silent, masked killer by an older sister, and are implied to becoming the new antagonist at the end of their first appearance. In the fifth entry of their series, both have a character arc of trauma from their encounter with the killer that includes speaking less and having visions of the killer. Both also appear in three films overall.