Lori Beth Denberg: 'All That'
Lori Beth is one of the most memorable characters from All That, yet she left fairly early on due to how she felt about her age (21, at the end of her stint). She had a recurring role as Lydia on The Steve Harvey Show, and didn’t pop back up on TV until 2012 in an episode of Workaholicis (as herself). Now, she apparently can officiate your wedding. We wonder if Good Burger will cater.
Josh Server: 'All That'
Josh is still best known for being the only cast member on the original series of All That. He is the unofficial king of #TBT on Twitter and Instagram, pulling out the big stops with some classic All That images, as well as awesome reunion pictures. Since All That, he’s had a few smaller bit roles on Nickelodeon, the last being on Sam & Cat, but he’s never stopped acting. He has a film, World Peace, set to hit the festival circuit very soon.
Kenan Thompson: 'All That' and 'Kenan & Kel'
Back in the day, he was one half of the insanely popular duo Kenan & Kel. Everywhere you looked, these two were together: Good Burger, All That, and of course, they had their very own show, Kenan & Kel. Now Thompson is just Kenan, no Kel, and is one of the longest standing members on the sketch-comedy show Saturday Night Live. He’s also a daddy; which his longtime buddy, Josh Server, recently gave him a shout out for on Instagram.
Danny Tamberelli: 'The Adventures of Pete and Pete' and 'All That'
Tamberelli was the unofficial poster child for Nickelodeon in the 90's, starring in some of their more memorable shows.Now, he’s recently voiced a character in Grand Theft Auto and is a member of the comedy group ManBoobs Comedy. To hit you right in the nostalgia, he recently reunited with his former Pete and Pete co-star, Michael Maronna, for a podcast, very aptly named The Adventures of Danny and Mike. They’ll actually be doing a live podcast at the New York Comic Con in October, for any of you super fans.
Kel Mitchell: 'All That' and 'Kenan & Kel'
No, Kel is not dead, as the internet tried really hard to tell us in 2006. Since his Kenan & Kel days, Kel has voiced a few cartoon characters and shown up on a handful of tween shows on Disney and Nick as different rappers. He did audition back in 2002 for Saturday Night Live, but lost the part to Kenan. Nowadays, he’s a devout Christian and performing standup comedy.
Ross Hull: 'Are You Afraid Of The Dark?'
Ross Hull ditched the glasses and acting after a few starring roles, in favor of a suit job – and he looks great now! Off in his native Canada, he started a career in the mid-2000s as a weatherman. After a few anchoring gigs with CBC Toronto, he is now the meteorologist for Global Toronto.
Daniel DeSanto: 'Are You Afraid Of The Dark?'
He is longer telling scary stories as Tucker around the fire. Instead, he moved on to asking girls if their muffins are buttered (ew Jason, why are you such a skeeze?) in Mean Girls. He is one of the more recognizable characters from the show, only because he has played bit parts on TV and film over the years. Now he is lending his voice to Total Drama: Pahkitem Island as Dave.
Raine Pare-Coull: 'Are You Afraid Of The Dark?'
Raine was Betty Anne, one of three consistent characters on AYAOTD, but pretty much disappeared after 2006. Her Twitter had a few real tweets in 2009, but everything after seems to be spam. Reportedly, as of January 2014, she began working in scheduling at CBC in Candada. Wonder who hooked her up with that gig?
Robert Ri'chard: 'Cousin Skeeter'
Since his days as Bobby on Cousin Skeeter, Ri’chard seemed to be on the road to success with movies like Coach Carter and One on One. But after his role as Paris Hilton’s boyfriend in House of Wax, his roles have switched from starring to guest. Though he’s not out of the game yet, with three B-movies set to be released in the next year.
Meagan Good: 'Cousin Skeeter'
Did you recently see Think Like A Man Too and think “man, Meagan Good seems to be in everything lately.” Bet you totally forgot when she got her break as Nina, Bobby’s love interest, on Cousin Skeeter. It seems pretty hard to forget that show when the main character was a puppet, living with real-life humans and no one ever mentioned it. For a while now, Meagan has been playing the friend to every leading lady, but her roles in the Think Like A Man series and Deception are giving her room to take the lead.
Nate Richert: 'Sabrina, The Teenage Witch'
Sadly, it seems we will not see our beloved Harvey on TV any time soon (or ever again). Nate has gone off of the acting grid to focus on his music career, where he’s released some solo indie records. He is also perfecting the most fabulous hipster mustache.
Jenna Leigh Green: 'Sabrina, The Teenage Witch'
For a second, you probably had no idea who this even was, but now you’re remembering how much you hated Libby Chester. After Sabrina ended, Green had a few guest roles on shows like Bones and ER, but is probably better known for her role as Nessarose in Wicked, on Broadway and on tour in LA, over the course of 2005-2007. Now, you can follow her on Twitter for hilarious commuting stories and updates on what Broadway endeavors she is currently working on. Recently she was in a reading as Jacking Kennedy in KILLING STRAWHEAD.
Lindsay Sloane: 'Sabrina, The Teenage Witch'
Right after her role as Valerie, Sabrina’s timid best friend, Sloane was cast as Big Red in Bring It On, basically one of the bitchiest cheerleading captain's of this generation. Since then, she’s appeared on dozens of TV shows and movies as smaller roles, playing friends or girlfriends to main characters. Recently, she played the part of Nancy Reagan in a hilarious episode of Drunk History, as well as appearing as Tina in an episode of the new show Playing House.
Soleil Moon Frye: Sabrina, The Teenage Witch
She might not have gotten her start on Nickelodeon (Punky Brewster, anyone?) But most of us probably knew Soleil as Roxie, the lovable, if not perpetually angry, college roommate on Sabrina, The Teenage Witch. After Sabrina and some voice-over jobs, Soleil switched gears. She’s opened her own organic specialty clothing shop for children, The Little Seed, in Los Angeles. She also hosts a blog/web series that focuses on child rearing and women’s issues.
Larisa Oleynik: 'The Secret Life Of Alex Mack'
In the 90's, you couldn’t watch a TV show or see a movie without seeing her face. She was Alex Mack, Dawn in The Baby-sitter’s Club, and Bianca in 10 Things I Hate About You. Her 90’s fame has cooled off a bit, and more recently you can see her as Mr. Fitz’s ex-girlfriend (and fake baby momma) on Pretty Little Liars.
Tadhg Kelly: 'Unfabulous'
He's cuter now that he's not on Nick, but his career hasn't moved anywhere since then. This guy isn't even on Twitter, which obviously means he's doing nothing, right? He did release an acoustic album back in 2008, the same year he starred in the S.P. Untitled. Maybe Emma Roberts will throw him a bone in this season of American Horror Story.
Raja Fenske: 'Unfabulous'
Jake. Jake. Jake. Jake. J-A-K-E! Behari! Sorry, had to. Sadly, this hunk hasn’t been up to much since he was our beloved teen crush on Unfabulous. Though he did star in the movie Pendejo (Idiot) as J in 2013. You can follow him on Instagram for some #TBT gems like "this.
Malese Jow: 'Unfabulous'
She used to be Geena Fabiano, Addie Singer's (Emma Roberts) funny best friend, but she moved past the show (unlike a few of her former co-workers). If you gave up on Nick after Unfabulous finished in 2007, you might not have caught her on Big Time Rush as Anna. She was also a teenage vampire on The CW’s fantasy drama The Vampire Diaries. She’s actually hosting a Meet & Greet in Brazil this month, along with a pocket show and Q&A.
Devon Werkheiser: 'Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide'
Since finishing his role as Ned Bigby, he’s been working on his music career, releasing exclusively through Myspace (maybe that’s what we’ve never heard it). He also played the role of Peter Parkes on Greek back in 2011. He just wrapped up production on the film Bethlehem, with Ian Harding and Taylor Spreitler.
Lindsey Shaw: 'Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide'
She was “Moze” on Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide, but now you probably know her now as Paige on Pretty Little Liars. For the last few seasons, she's played Emily’s (Shay Mitchell) girlfriend, well now ex-girlfriend.
Daniel Curtis Lee: 'Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide'
After playing Ned’s geeky, high-tech best friend Simon, he moved onto the Disney XD show Zeke and Luther as Kojo. He is currently in preproduction for the movie Bug Out, where he will play Dexter.
Leon Thomas III: 'Victorious'
His role as Andrew Harris might have only just ended in 2013, but he’s not stopped working yet. On January 1, 2014, he released the mixtape V1bes, featuring 8 tracks. He is rumored to be playing Terrace in the movie Deaf Ghost which releases later this year.
Noah Munck: 'iCarly'
Gibby! As the dimwitted, but hilarious sidekick on iCarly, everyone adored Munck. A spin-off series for Gibby was ordered in 2013, but eventually fell through. Over the years, Munck has produced edm/trap music under the name NoxiK. In December 2013, he released the song “Killjoy,” which is his most popular one to date. A full EP was released in March of 2014. He’s currently filming the movie Hello I Must Be Going with Olivia Thirlby and Sean William Scott.
Nathan Kress: 'iCarly'
We will always know him as Freddie Benson, no matter what he does in his career. He even reprised the role in Sam & Cat last year. Since iCarly ended, he’s played a few smaller parts, until this year when co-starred in his first big film, Into The Storm.
Jerry Trainor: 'Drake & Josh' and 'iCarly'
Jerry Trainor hasn’t disappeared from Nick, but he’s yet to hit the same success he did as Spencer Shay. Last year he was in the show Wendell & Vinnie, which flopped after 1 season. He’s voiced the title character on T.U.F.F. Puppy since 2010. He will voice the characters Hot Rod and Sunstreaker in the 2015 animated series Transformers: Robots In Disguise.
Avan Jogia: 'Victorious'
Since his time as the broody Beck Oliver on Victorious, Avan has been making some big moves. He’s the conflicted, dark character Danny Desai on Twisted (ABC Family) and working on 3 films set to be released in 2015, one of which is with his former Victorious co-star, Victoria Justice!
Elizabeth Gillies: 'Victorious'
Since her time as Jade West ended, she’s been the voice of Daphne on Winx Club. She is reportedly working on her own alternative rock album. Right now, she has a YouTube account called LizGilliesOfficial, where she has cover songs of popular music like: “You and I” by Lady Gaga and “Jealous Guy” by John Lennon. In December 2013, she recorded a duet with former-Victorious star Ariana Grande for Grande’s Christmas EP Christmas Kisses.
Sean Flynn: 'Zoey 101'
Since his role as Chase, Flynn has not found much footing in the ways of acting. He’s had several very small roles, such as Student #2 in The Conjuring back in 2013. Though he did recently appear in an episode of Devious Maids as Jason, maybe he’ll be able to come through towards the end a snag a role (or the girl) like he did in the episode “Chasing Zoey.”
Matthew Underwood: 'Zoey 101'
If you watched Zoey 101, there was probably a point in time where you thought Logan was the cutest guy on the show. Underwood didn’t go on to do many acting gigs after the show ended, starring as himself in Reality Horror Night in 2009. But to make all you Zoey fans happy, he did direct Jamie Lynn Spears music video for "How Could I Want More," in 2013. He’s also the cousin of country star Carrie Underwood, if the name didn’t give that away.
Erin Sanders: 'Zoey 101'
Oh Quinn. The really weird, but obviously lovable, best friend of Zoey. How we miss you. Now, Sanders is a lot less quirky, and a lot more smoking hot! After her time on Zoey, she moved onto Big Time Rush until 2013 (but you might have tuned out of Nick by then). Now, she’s starting to pave her way as a leading lady, recently starring in Guilty At 17 on LifeTime.
Christopher Massey: 'Zoey 101'
Massey was basically the only voice of reason on Zoey 101, playing Chase’s roommate and best friend. He is set to appear in the TV show Kenochi Warriors in 2018 with various other Nick and Disney stars, like Drake Bell and his little brother Kyle Massey. He is also good friends with former child/Disney stars Miley Cyrus and the Sprouse (Dylan and Cole) Twins. He is involved with the Starkey Hearing foundation, a company with the goal of donating 1 million hearing aids worldwide.
Keke Palmer: 'True Jackson, VP'
Very much like her character True, Keke Palmer is making big steps at a young age. She is set to be the first African-American actress to portray Cinderella on Broadway (she's only 21!). She is also the youngest talk show host ever with her show KeKe on BET.
Ashley Argota: 'True Jackson, VP'
Back then, she was the best friend Lulu on True Jackson, VP. Now, she’s had some guest roles on various Disney and ABC Family shows, like Austin & Ally and The Fosters. She’s currently at NYU, working on her nursing degree. She recently starred in How to Build a Better Boy, a Disney Channel Original Movie.
Matt Shively: 'True Jackson, VP'
Matt reunited with his old co-star Ashley, starring with her in the film How To Build A Better Boy. Since playing Ryan Laserbaum, he’s had guest roles on Jessie, Teen Wolf, and recurring roles on different Winx Club series.
Danielle Bisutti: 'True Jackson, VP'
She recently appeared in the film Insidious: Chapter 2, Back in the Day, and the show Beauty and the Beast on the CW.
Josh Peck: 'The Amanda Show' and 'Drake & Josh'
First off, Josh looks amazing now. If you don’t already, you need to follow him on Vine and Twitter. He’s dedicated to making Mondays better by introducing baby Josh pictures and they’re perfect. He played Chris Hemsworth’s football-playing younger brother in 2012's Red Dawn. He’s the voice of Eddie in the Ice Age films. And, he appeared in the test pilot of the show Rebels, which is one of the several adult test pilots on Amazon Instant Video.
Miranda Cosgrove: 'Drake & Josh' and 'iCarly'
Miranda Cosgrove hasn’t really left anyone’s radar since iCarly ended in 2012, but she’s also not had a live-action TV or movie role that’s been as popular. However, she has been the voice of Margo in both Despicable Me films. Recently a pilot was ordered for the show Girlfriend In Coma, where she will portray Evie, the daughter of a woman who wakes up from a coma. She’s currently working on her second studio album, having visited the studio with Randy Jackson and Max Martin.
Drake Bell: 'The Amanda Show' and 'Drake & Josh'
One of many who started on one Nick show and later got their own, Bell was household name for every Nickelodeon-lover. Aside from really, really wanting to < a href="http://www.hollywood.com/news/celebrities/57222507/orlando-bloom-and-other-celeb-non-belieber-fans">punch Justin Bieber, Bell has actually been a very busy man recently. His album Ready, Set, Go! just released, selling 2,000 copies in the first week.