FANDOM


IKE
Ike
Frederick Coffin as Ike.

Name:

Ike.

Also Known As:

N/A.

Appeared In:

Mother's Day (1980).

Status:

Deceased.

Cause of Death:

Drano poured down his throat by Abbey right before she smashes a tv set over his head, electrocuting him. He is then finished off after Trina stabs him repeatedly with an electric knife.

Family:

Mother (Mother)
Queenie (Aunt)
Addley (Brother)

Other Relationships:

None.

Portrayed By:

Frederick Coffin.

Ike is one of the lead antagonists in Mother's Day (1980) along with his Mother and his younger brother, Addley.

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RemakeEdit

For more information on the character of "Ike" in the 2011 remake, see Izaak Koffin.

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