Where Are They Now?

See the Cast of ‘Teen Wolf’ Then and Now
In 1985, the then 'Family Ties' cast member Michael J. Fox had not only a hit television show under his belt but also two blockbuster successes. One was the legendary 'Back to the Future' while the other was the not-as-legendary-but-still-successful-and-entertaining 'Teen Wolf.' The film told the st…
See Mark-Paul Gosselaar, aka Zack Morris, Then and Now
Then: Mark-Paul Gosselaar had worked in a few television commercials before being cast as Zack Morris on NBC's 'Saved by the Bell.' He had a giant cell phone and could freeze time and was apparently a secret genius (remember that SAT score of 1502), even though he seemed like a t…
See the Cast of ‘Who Framed Roger Rabbit?’ Then And Now
In 1988, some serious movie magic brought cartoons to life in a way that awed audiences, critics and the Academy Awards. In 'Who Framed Roger Rabbit,' daring director Robert Zemeckis seamlessly blended 2D hand-drawn cartoon characters into a live action film, where they interacted with phy…
See the Cast of ‘Family Ties’ Then and Now
Among the many television families we've encountered over our years glued to the TV set it seems certain that the 'Family Ties' cast is one of the most beloved. Week after week viewers flocked to the box to see what the Keatons had in store for America -- and it was rarely a let down. Perhaps uninte…
‘Air Bud’ Then and Now
'Air Bud' told the tale of Buddy, a canine with mad basketball skills. The film was a hit for Disney in 1997 and a theatrical sequel, in which Buddy takes up football, soon followed.
‘Dead Poets Society’ Cast Then and Now
It's the movie that taught us the phrase "Carpe Diem." It's the film that forged our long-lasting crush on Robert Sean Leonard and Ethan Hawke. It is the Oscar-winning coming-of-age drama that made boarding schools seem dreamy yet nightmarish. It is 'Dead Poets Socie…
See the Cast of ‘Party of Five’ Then and Now
In the FOX drama 'Party of Five,' the five Salinger siblings are forced to fend for themselves when both their parents are killed in a car accident.
The show wasn't a hit when it premiered in 1994, but strong reviews kept it going long enough for it to gather a following. The drama end…
See the Cast of ‘Whose Line Is It Anyway?’ Then and Now
One part comedy show, one part game show, 'Whose Line Is It Anyway' brought the whimsy and energy of improvisational comedy clubs into homes across America. Sure, the points didn't matter, and there were no actual prizes handed out. Nonetheless, it was riveting television with whip-sm…

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