Ike Eisenmann official web page
The Official Ike Eisenmann website is no longer supported. With the advent of Facebook, information about Iake Eissinmann (Ike Eisenmann) is more readily found there amongst his fan base. The administrators of this site have also lost contact with Ike as he has moved on to new and exciting projects.
We thank you for your years of support, from the early days more than 10 years ago. This page is now for archive purposes.
Who is Ike Eisenmann?
Ike Eisenmann (who is now known as Iake Eissinmann) was Born July 21, 1962 in Houston, Texas. At the tender age of eight Ike followed in his fathers footsteps by gaining a small role in the long running television series of the 1960/70’s – ‘Gunsmoke’.
Ike’s most active acting period was during the late 1970’s and early 80’s with film’s such as Disney’ s ‘Escape to Witch Mountain’ and short television series such as ‘The Fantastic Journey’. His most recognised role is probably the character ‘Tony’ in the Disney film ‘Escape to Witch Mountain’ and its sequel ‘Return from to Witch Mountain’; but Ike has played in many other roles: – including, the ill fated Peter Preston from Star Trek II ‘The Wrath or Kahn’ (1982) and Cross Creek (1983)
Though acting is no longer his primary vocation. Eisenmann; now in his early 50’s, still maintains close ties to the film industry. Since 1987, he has moved behind the camera and now takes employment primarily as a producer and sound effects, a capacity in which he has worked on such films as Man of the House, While You Were Sleeping, Powder, and Romy and Michelle’s High School Reunion. Originating from California, Ike is happily married to Alex and travels throughout USA working on various projects.
Ike’s most recent projects has been ‘The Blair Witch Mountain Project’, a spoof of the popular ‘Blair Witch Project’ and Tugger an animated cartoon for children as well as providing a comm
entary for the recent DVD release of the Witch Mountain film’s.
A Message from Iake
“I would like to thank all my fans out there who have expressed such an overwhelming interest in my career. It has been one of the great joys of my life to have been part of so many wonderful movies and television projects. I hope that in some small way I can return that joy through my future work”