46 TV Child Stars All Grown Up: Where Are They Now?

ANDERS KRUSBERG, Super Festivals, Glenn Francis

Ever wonder what happened to the television child stars you grew up watching? Well, look no further because here’s a list of 46 of our favorite kid actors and where they are now.

Where Are They Now? Sean O’Neal, Clarissa Explains It All (1991-1994)

According to the actor’s now defunct website, Sean O’Neal was approached to join a boy band formed in Florida following his days as Clarissa’s best friend Sam on the Nickelodeon series. He refused, however, aiming to step away from the spotlight. Most recently, Sean has had small parts in the TV series Development Hell (2013) and the movie Penumbra (2014).

Where Are They Now? Ron Lester, Popular (1999-2001)

Following his role as Michael “Sugar Daddy” Bernardino on the cult classic show, Ron Lester appeared in Not Another Teen Movie, playing Reggie Ray, a spoof on his Varsity Blues character Billy Bob. Talk about meta! A few years later, he underwent gastric bypass surgery and lost 310 pounds. Sadly, Ron passed away in 2016 due to liver and kidney failure. His final film appearance came in 2015’s Racing Legacy, which he wrote, co-directed, and starred in.

Where Are They Now? Erik Per Sullivan, Malcolm in the Middle (2000-2006)

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Erik Sullivan (@erik_persullivan)

Erik Per Sullivan was one of the busiest child actors of the ‘90s! Along with playing Dewey, he also appeared in films like Joe Dirt, Unfaithful, and Finding Nemo. Erik’s last big screen performance was in 2010’s Twelve. Since then, he seems to have taken a break from the business and attended the University of Southern California. Did we expect anything less from Malcolm in the Middle‘s youngest genius?

Where Are They Now? Christie Abbott, Wishbone (1995-1999)

Christie Abbott might have worked like a dog (heh) in the mid-’90s, appearing in 50 episodes of the pup-centric PBS series. But the actress only has a few post-Wishbone credits, including bit parts in Walker, Texas Ranger, Dr. T and the Women, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer. The good news? Girl looks doggone good.

Where Are They Now? Lark Voorhies, Saved By the Bell (1989-1993)

Delivering Saved By the Bell‘s cheese definitely paid off for Lark Voorhies, who played Lisa Turtle on the hit series. The actress parlayed the gig into a respectable soap opera career, nabbing roles on Days of Our Lives and The Bold and the Beautiful. Lark also appeared in several music videos by artists such as Boyz II Men, Montell Jordan, and Kenny Latimore. In 2020, she opened up about her mental health struggles and admitted she was diagnosed with schizoaffective disorder. Fortunately, it seems like Lark is doing well now and even reprised her role of Lisa Turtle on Peacock’s Saved By the Bell reboot. Want to find out secrets from Bayside High? You can order a Lark Voorhies cameo!

Where Are They Now? Malcolm David Kelley, Lost (2004-2010)

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Malcolm D Kelley (@therealmalcolm)

Young Walt might have gotten too old to remain on Lost (strange things happened on the Island, but not sudden growth spurts, apparently!). However, Michael David Kelley was still young enough to score a role on TeenNick’s Gigantic in 2010. Following the show’s wrap, the actor/rapper/songwriter re-teamed with co-star Tony Oller to form Columbia Records-backed singing duo MTKO. Their self-titled album came out in 2014 and they’ve also released tons of singles in the last few years. If you have a lot of unanswered Lost questions, you can request a Cameo from Michael.

Where Are They Now? Monica Keena, Dawson’s Creek (1998-1999) 

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Monica Keena (@mokeenz)

Monica Keena, who began her career as a sweet child star in films like While You Were Sleeping, found fame for being nasty as much-hated Abby Morgan on Dawson’s Creek. She parlayed the role into parts in Undeclared and Entourage. Monica has dealt with some past drama with partner, fellow former child star Edward Furlong. But the two seem to be in good places today and the actress is attached to star in 3 yet to be shot films. Monica’s on Cameo so you can ask her all about Capeside!

Where Are They Now? David Lascher, Hey Dude (1989-1991)

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by David Lascher (@davidlascher)

After playing ranch hand Ted for 5 seasons, David Lascher went on to appear in tons of our favorite ‘90s shows like Blossom, Clueless, and Sabrina, the Teenage Witch. Lately, he’s been a lot quieter. Though David did have a reunion with Melissa Joan Hart when he guest starred on her show Melissa and Joey in 2018. Based on his Twitter and Instagram, it seems like he enjoys being a family man. David lives in Los Angeles with his wife, Jill London, and their three children. Missing some David Lascher from your life? You can order a Cameo from him!

Where Are They Now? Senta Moses, Beakman’s World (1995-1997)

Senta Moses has a long resume that features some of the best movies and TV shows from the ‘90s (um, hello Home Alone, Home Alone 2, and My So-Called Life!). Perhaps best known as lab assistant Phoebe on Beakman’s World, she went on to guest star in Sister, Sister, General Hospital, and Greek. Most recently, Senta had recurring roles on MTV’s Faking It and Nickelodeon’s Bella and the Bulldogs. She married Joseph Mikan in 2015 and now professionally goes by Senta Moses Mikan. According to her Twitter, she has an Etsy store full of beautiful watercolors to buy!

Where Are They Now? Ross Hull, Are You Afraid of the Dark? (1991-1996)

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Ross Hull (@thatguyrossh)

After scaring the bejesus out of us as Gary on Are You Afraid of the Dark?, Ross Hull nabbed roles in Ready or Not and Student Bodies. But it seems like he found that his future was much sunnier in his native Canada. Beginning in the mid-’00s, Ross has worked as a weatherman on multiple Canadian networks. Currently, he’s a meteorologist for Global News.

Where Are They Now? Austin St. John, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (1993-1994) 

A contract dispute led to the original Red Ranger parting ways with the show in its second season, but Austin St. John, an experienced martial artist, couldn’t keep away for long. He returned to the series in 1996 for Power Rangers Zeo as well as starred in 1997’s Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie. Austin left Hollywood soon thereafter, and it turns out he really liked wearing red. He worked as an EMT in the fire department in Washington, D.C for 16 years. Currently, Austin’s back in the Power Rangers fam and appears at various Movie/TV/Comic conventions.

Where Are They Now? Jason David Frank, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (1993-1996)

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Jason David Frank (@jdfffn)

Having played every color Ranger in almost every Power Rangers series throughout his career, it’s no wonder Jason David Frank was inducted into the World Karate Union Hall of Fame in 2003. Following turns in shows like Power Rangers Zeo and Power Rangers Turbo, the 8th degree black belt began a career as a competitive mixed martial artist. Right now, Jason is prepping for the Power Ranger film Legend of the White Dragon where he’s surely going to show off his killer moves.

Where Are They Now? Scarlett Pomers, Voyager (1998-2001)

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Star Trek (@startrek)

Scarlett Pomers might have broken out with her role as young Naomi Wildman on Star Trek: Voyager, but she shot to stardom as a regular on Reba. After experiencing success at an early age, the actress found herself following a path familiar to many child stars. Scarlett checked into treatment for anorexia nervosa in 2006. After completing the program, she jumpstarted a career in music and formed the band SCARLETT. She also became an ambassador for the National Eating Disorders Association, in the hope of helping similarly troubled youth.

Where Are They Now? Justin Lee, Arrested Development (2004-2006) 

We first said “Annyong” to Justin Lee in 2004, when the actor joined the critically acclaimed Arrested Development as Lucille’s adopted Korean son. Since then, the actor’s appeared on the TV show 10 Things I Hate About You and the Twitch TV series Artificial. In 2013, Justin returned to play Annyong Bluth in the show’s 4th season. Most recently, he’s starred on Netflix’s Sneakerheads.

Where Are They Now? Michael Fishman, Roseanne (1988-1997)

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Michael Fishman (@reelmfishman)

After finishing his run as D.J., Michael Fishman got a taste of normalcy when he returned to the Orange County High School of the Arts. But he couldn’t stay away from the spotlight for too long. In 1999, Michael re-teamed with his famous co-star on The Roseanne Show, a talk show in which he served as producer and sidekick for two years. For most of the ‘00s, the former child star was raising his two children. But Michael was pulled back into the biz in 2018 when he reprised his role as D.J. on The Conners. He even directed an episode in the show’s 3rd season!

Where Are They Now? Hana Hatae, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993-1999) 

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Hana Hatae (@hanahatae)

Hana Hatae was the ultimate Trekkie when she played Molly O’Brien on Deep Space Nine for 7 seasons. Following the series, she appeared as herself on Gordon Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares when her family’s Japanese restaurant was featured on the hit reality show. Most recently, Hana’s gone back to her Trekkie roots and has been a guest several times on The 7th Rule – A Star Trek Podcast.

Where Are They Now? Jenna von Oÿ, Blossom (1990-1995)

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Jenna von Oy (@jennavonoy)

After playing Six for 5 years, Jenna von Oÿ tried the simple life. However, she dropped out of the University of Southern California after 2 years to return to acting. Following a long stint on The Parkers, she tried her hand at making country music, releasing her first album in 2007. Though her music career never quite blossomed, her personal life did. Jenna and husband Brad Bratcher have two daughters. In 2017, she appeared on the reality show Battle of the Network Stars where she was on a “TV Sitcoms” team coached by Ronda Rousey. Her group featured actors like Todd Bridges, Dave Foley, and Willie Garson. Ultimately, they lost against “TV Cops” who had Erik Estrada, Lorenzo Lamas, and Jodie Lynn-O’Keefe on their squad.

Where Are They Now? Jeremy Jackson, Baywatch (1991-1999) 

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Jeremy Jackson (@jeremyjacksonfitness)

It seems Jeremy Jackson, who starred as Hobie on the lifeguard-centric series, could have used a lifesaver of his own. After leaving Baywatch due to a struggle with drugs, he was arrested for drug possession, which quickly inspired him to clean up. That is, until Jeremy joined Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew in 2011 for a steroid addiction. But the troubles don’t stop there. He was kicked off Channel 5’s Celebrity Big Brother after a sexual assault and was sentenced in 2017 to 290 days in jail for a stabbing. Jeremy is active on Instagram and seems to have recently gotten into fitness.

Where Are They Now? Marla Sokoloff, Full House (1993-1995)

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Marla Sokoloff (@marlasokoloff)

Stephanie Tanner’s troubled friend Gia’s life sure turned around following Full House. Marla Sokoloff starred in films like Dude, Where’s My Car? and Sugar & Spice. She later scored a regular role on The Practice. Marla’s guest starred on a ton of shows like The Fosters, Grey’s Anatomy, and Hot in Cleveland. She’s also appeared in several Lifetime and Hallmark movies. Marla reprised her role as Gia on Fuller House where her daughter on the show was the love interest of DJ’s son.

Where Are They Now? Jeremy Miller, Growing Pains (1985-1992) 

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Jeremy J Miller (@therealjeremymiller)

It’s no wonder Jeremy Miller took a break from acting after starring as young Ben Seaver. After all, he lived through such terrifying ordeals such as fielding a stalker who was eventually apprehended by the FBI. After a brief stint at the University of Southern California, Jeremy began his comeback in the late 2000s, appearing in films like Milk and Fashion and Never Have I Ever. Today, he’s still acting but also has started a new profession: catering and teaching private cooking lessons!

Where Are They Now? Nate Richert, Sabrina, the Teenage Witch (1996-2003) 

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Nate Richert (@thenaterichert)

Nate Richert took a break from acting shortly after finishing his long stint as Harvey Kinkle. Luckily, he’s been making magical music ever since. Nate has put out 3 albums (that you can get on Apple Music). He’s also directing and still doing some acting work. A big congrats is in order because Nate recently married fellow actress Malorie Felt.

Where Are They Now? Mackenzie Rosman, 7th Heaven (1996-2007)

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Mackenzie Rosman (@mackrosman)

Wanna feel old? The actress who played adorable Ruthie Camden on the WB series is now 31! Following 7th Heaven, Mackenzie Rosman landed a role in ABC Family’s The Secret Life of the American Teenager. Her last acting parts were back in 2013 and it now seems like she’s dedicated her life to her true love: horses. Mackenzie is a show jumper as well as the founder of FletchAthletica, a company that makes equestrian belts.

Where Are They Now? Olivia D’Abo, The Wonder Years (1988-1993)

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Olivia d’Abo (@oliviadabo)

Olivia D’Abo’s on-screen alter-ego Karen Arnold might have been rebellious, but the actress’ career has been quite grounded. She’s had roles in Wayne’s World 2 and Law & Order: Criminal Intent, as well as developed a respectable voice career with parts in projects like Star Wars: The Clone Wars. Olivia has also made guest spots on TV shows like Code Black and Jane the Virgin. The British star is currently filming the movie Bandit where she plays Mel Gibson’s wife!

Where Are They Now? Josh Saviano, The Wonder Years (1988-1993)

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Josh Saviano (@joshsaviano)

Seems life does imitate art. Shortly after fans learned Paul Pfeiffer attended Harvard, Josh Saviano also enrolled in an Ivy league institution: Yale. But while Josh disappeared from Hollywood, he certainly didn’t disappear from gossip — for years, rumors circulated that he was actually rocker Marilyn Manson. But the former actor definitely isn’t living the rock-and-roll lifestyle. Currently, Josh works as a partner for law firm Morrison Cohen and a father to daughter, Noa.

Where Are They Now? Josh Server, All That (1994-2005)

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Josh Server (@josh_server)

All That cast member Josh Server just can’t keep away from Nickelodeon! After finishing his long stint on the sketch comedy series, he appeared on shows like Alex Mack, Figure It Out, Kenan & Kel, and The Amanda Show. Now, Josh and his hilariousness are back with the brand new version of All That. It’s good to be laughing with him again after all these years!

Where Are They Now? Lori Beth Denberg, All That (1994-1998)

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Lori Beth Denberg (@lbdenberg)

Ready for some vital information about All That’s Lori Beth Denberg? After playing tons of characters (including our favorite the Loud Librarian!) for 4 seasons, the actress enjoyed a long stint on The Steve Harvey Show. Lori Beth has also appeared as herself on Workaholics, Hollywood Darlings, and Wild ‘n Out. Along with Josh Server and Kel Mitchell, she’s returned to the All That stage and has been featured on the new series. Looking for some guidance? Lori Beth has a podcast called Bad Advice w/ Lori Beth Denberg.

Where Are They Now? Madeline Zima, The Nanny (1993-1999) 

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Madeline Rose Zima (@maddyzima)

The cute and precocious Grace Sheffield is all grown up! And she’s VERY busy. Following The Nanny, Madeline Zima boasted recurring roles on Heroes, Californication, and Betas. Most recently, she appeared on episodes of some of the hottest shows currently on TV: You, In Treatment, and Hacks. Madeline also starred in the 2021 film Bliss with Owen Wilson and Salma Hayek. Fran Fine would kvell!

Benjamin Salisbury, The Nanny (1993-1999)

Turns out Brighton Sheffield was indeed bright! Benjamin Salisbury graduated from American University with a degree in Broadcast Journalism following his time on The Nanny. After guest starring in a Numb3ers episode and appearing in a Domino’s Pizza commercial, he left the acting business. But Benjamin didn’t go too far! He’s currently the Director of Operations for Universal Studios.

Where Are They Now? Nicholle Tom, The Nanny (1993-1999)

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Nicholle Tom (@nicholletom)

The Sheffields’ oldest daughter Maggie won roles in films like Panic and The Princess Diaries, but found greater success as a voice actress in projects like Superman, in which she played Supergirl. In recent years, however, Nicholle Tom has found steady work in film and on TV, appearing in series like Gotham, Masters of Sex, Survivor’s Remorse and Walk the Prank. She might be a ‘90s star but now she’s doing something very 2021: Nicholle has her own YouTube channel!

Where Are They Now? Brice Beckham, Mr. Belvedere (1985-1990)

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Brice Beckham (@bricebeckham)

Surprisingly, Brice Beckham, who found fame as the incorrigible young Wesley on the ABC series, didn’t score his next regular role until 2007, when he starred in VH1’s short-lived I Hate My 30’s. But Brice probably loved his 30s after he went viral in 2012 for starring in “Child Celebrities Opposing Kirk Cameron,” a Funny or Die sketch poking fun at Kirk Cameron’s beliefs on homosexuality. These days, he’s part of a writing and directing team called Drama 3/4 Productions.

Where Are They Now? Zachery Ty Bryan, Home Improvement (1991-1999)

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Z (@zachery_bryan)

As the Taylors’ oldest son, Brad, Zachery Ty Bryan enjoyed a long post-Home Improvement career as a guest star on series like Boston Public and Veronica Mars. Although he hasn’t been in front of the cameras in over 10 years, he has been behind them as a film producer. The father of 4 kids, Zachery recently got into some legal trouble and is currently on probation after being arrested for domestic violence.

Where Are They Now? Taran Noah Smith, Home Improvement (1991-1999)

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Jonathan Taylor Thomas (@jttarchive)

Seems child star Taran Noah Smith, who played Mark on the series, had to mature quickly. After wrapping Home Improvement, he left acting, accused his parents of mishandling his $1.5 million trust fund, and married Heidi Van Pelt, a woman who was 16 years his senior (he was just 17 years old). Taran, who has since divorced, has gotten into a much different field of work. He’s now the Technical Manager for the Community Submersibles Project aka he teaches people how to pilot submarines. Taran told the SFGate, “We want to be able to help people with the true beauty and wonder that is under the ocean at all times.”

Where Are They Now? Peter Costa, The Cosby Show (1985-1989) 

Peter Costa was a beloved member of the hit ‘80s series as Rudy’s silent friend Peter. But he’s certainly making noise now! After leaving Hollywood shortly after his run on The Cosby Show, Peter began a career in music. Currently, he plays drums for New Jersey bands Torrential Downpour and PT Grimm.

Where Are They Now? Andrea Barber, Full House (1987-1995)

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Andrea Barber (@andreabarber)

Kimmy Gibbler wasn’t Andrea Barber’s first series regular role. She played Carrie Brady for 4 years on Days of Our Lives in the early ’80s. After Full House ended, Andrea attended Whittier College, got married, and had two kids. In 2016 she returned to our screens to reprise our favorite flighty next door neighbor Kimmy Gibbler on Fuller House. Coming up very soon, Andrea will star on the Nickelodeon series That Girl Lay Lay as Principal Willingham.

Where Are They Now? Staci Keanan, Step By Step (1991-1999)

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Christine Lakin (@yolakin)

The actress who played Carol’s oldest daughter, Dana, would most likely be game for a Step By Step reunion. After all, Staci Keanan has already re-teamed up with Patrick Duffy and Christine Lakin in the 2010 film You Again. But it seems like acting is a thing of the past for Staci. She attended law school and after working as a Deputy District Attorney, now teaches law at a college in Los Angeles.

Where Are They Now? Josh Byrne, Step By Step (1991-1997) 

Just as quickly as young Brendan mysteriously disappeared from the series without mention (in order to make way for the cuter baby Lilly), the actor who portrayed him, Josh Byrne, disappeared from Hollywood. We’d claim he was still chained in Frank and Carol’s basement, but a picture from his MySpace released a few years ago proves he’s alive, and presumably can be seen at your local Renaissance Faire.

Where Are They Now? Kellie Shanygne Williams, Family Matters (1989-1998)

After Kellie Shanygne Williams’ post-Laura Winslow project, What About Joan failed to attract TV audiences, the actress stepped away from the small screen. She headed to Washington, D.C. to start a youth arts program called the Kellie Williams Program. Most recently, Kellie appeared in the Hallmark film Christmas in Carolina. She now goes by Kellie S. Jackson, and is married with 2 children. Family does matter!

Where Are They Now? Michael Ray Bower, Salute Your Shorts (1991-1992)

Donkeylips locked in quite the career for himself as a perennial guest star. After his memorable stint on Salute Your Shorts, Michael Ray Bower appeared in series like X-Files, Bones, Raising Hope, and Friends as Monica’s prom date. Roles in other projects include Dude, Where’s My Car? and Grand Theft Auto IV, in which he voices Eugene Reaper. Want to ask him all about Camp Anawanna? Michael’s on Cameo!

Where Are They Now? Kel Mitchell, Kenan & Kel (1996-2000)

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Kel Mitchell 💯 (@iamkelmitchell)

Kel Mitchell found fame as a young comedian after teaming up with All That co-star Kenan Thompson in the TV show Kenan & Kel and on the big screen in Good Burger. But the duo split soon after Kenan & Kel‘s wrap, and even competed against one another while auditioning for SNL. Kenan won the role while Kel began a rapping career. He even starred in Kanye West’s video for “All Falls Down.” Kel has, however, returned to his acting roots and is super busy. He starred in the Nickelodeon series Game Shakers and appears on the new All That. In 2019, Kel came in second on Dancing with the Stars. Currently, he is a panelist on MTV’s Deliciousness.

Where Are They Now? Leanna Creel, Saved By the Bell (1992-1993)

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Creel Studio (@creelstudio)

Brought in as a temporary replacement for Tiffani Amber Thiessen and Elizabeth Berkley in Saved By the Bell‘s final season (NBC’s episode order complicated contract talks with the original cast), Leanna Creel never quite reached her co-stars’ level of stardom in her role as tomboy Tori Scott. But Leanna — one-third of a set of acting triplets! — parlayed Tori into parts on Ned and Stacey and 2000’s The Cell. Soon after, she left Hollywood to be a wedding photographer, and scored some wedded bliss of her own: she married wife Rinat Greenberg in 2008. They have 2 children. Leanna’s newest project is VUSE, an app that helps realtors.

Where Are They Now? Steven Anthony Lawrence, Even Stevens (2001-2003) 

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Steven Anthony Lawrence (@findmychin)

Beans has sprouted into a young man since his days on the Disney Channel hit. Steven Anthony Lawrence scored roles in Kicking & Screaming and an episode of Weeds. Though he has yet to find a part as beloved as Beans, he has found a lucrative career starring in commercials for companies like Old Spice and T-Mobile. Steven Anthony is on Cameo and ready to send you a message!

Where Are They Now? Trevor Einhorn, Frasier (1996-2003)

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Trevor Einhorn (@treveinhorn)

The actor who portrayed Frasier and Lilith’s son Frederick certainly isn’t hearing the blues a-callin’ these days. Trevor Einhorn followed up his long run on the NBC sitcom with roles in Joan of Arcadia, Sons & Daughters, and Mad Men. He played Josh Hoberman for three seasons on Syfy’s The Magicians. Trevor’s most recent project? He’s starring in the play The Great Filter with former The Magicians co-star Jason Ralph.

Where Are They Now? Blake and Dylan Tuomy-Wilhoit, Full House (1992-1995)

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Blake Tuomy-Wilhoit (@zerowbe)

Unlike their on-screen cousins Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, twins Blake and Dylan Tuomy-Wilhoit, who played Nicky and Alex Katsopolis, disappeared from acting as quickly as the mullet. Though the 2 did come out of retirement to appear as their old characters on Fuller House. Now, you can find the brothers behind the scenes as foley artists. They even worked together on shows like Castle Rock and FBI!

Where Are They Now? Brian Bonsall, Family Ties (1986-1989)

Cute little Andy from Family Ties got into some legal trouble in the ‘90s and ‘00s. After Brian Bonsall left Hollywood, the actor-turned-punk musician found himself in police custody for a DUI, assault, and possession of marijuana, among other charges. But now he’s sober and in two bands, The Ataris and Bootjack & Bonz.

Where Are They Now? Danny Tamberelli, The Adventures of Pete & Pete (1993-1996)

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Danny Tamberelli (@dannytamberelli)

Trying to balance work with childhood must have been an adventure for Little Pete. Not only did he star in the Nickelodeon hit, but Danny Tamberelli also boasted roles in The Baby-Sitters Club, The Mighty Ducks, and, following his Pete & Pete success, All That and Figure It Out. Though he hasn’t appeared on screen in some time, New York based Danny’s been keeping busy. Not only did he get married and have a baby but he also plays in a band, has a sketch comedy group, and hosts a podcast with Big Pete aka Michael C. Maronna.

Where Are They Now? Michael C. Maronna, The Adventures of Pete & Pete (1993-1996)

Michael C. Maronna, also known as Big Pete, couldn’t quite replicate The Adventures of Pete & Pete‘s big success, but he did manage to nab small parts in films like Slackers and 40 Days and 40 Nights. Michael even scored a role in a series of Ameritrade ads that were so popular they were the subject of a sketch at Bill Clinton’s final White House Correspondents’ Dinner in 2000. Michael has put his filmmaking degree to good use, working as an electrician on projects such as Dickinson, The Good Fight, and Luke Cage. As mentioned above, he and Danny Tamberelli are still good friends and together host The Adventures of Danny & Mike, a weekly podcast.

More Entertainment News Like This: 16 of the Cutest Movie Kids – Where Are They Now?

More Entertainment News Like This: 38 Nickelodeon Stars: Where Are They Now?

More Entertainment News Like This: 10 Of Our Favorite Disney Channel Sidekicks: Where Are They Now?

Hollywood.com is EVERYONE’S ticket to Hollywood. We focus on the GOOD in Hollywood,  spotlighting the feel-good stories that matter about your favorite celebs plus new movies in theaters. Later this year, we’re helping you get back to the movie theaters with the FREE and NEW Hollywood.com Movie Tickets App that lets you compare movie showtimes, see movie theaters near you, and reserve your favorite movie theater seats in seconds! Follow us on Instagram for early access.