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Khrystyne Haje from 'Head of the Class'
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Whatever Happened to Khrystyne Haje From ‘Head of the Class’?

Then: Khrystyne Haje played sensitive writer and poet Simone Foster on the sitcom 'Head of the Class.' During that time period Haje also won a Daytime Emmy for hosting the special 'Spaceship Earth: Our Global Environment.' When 'Head of the Class' ended in 1991, Haje went on to a steady steam of guest appearances on shows such as 'Murder, She Wrote' and 'Parker Lewis Can't Lose.'

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Lara Piper from 'Head of the Class'
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Whatever Happened to Lara Piper From ‘Head of the Class’?

Then: Lara Piper added a bit of blonde to 'Head of The Class' when her sexy Viki Amory character joined the cast of geniuses for the show's final two seasons. The role helped the relatively inexperienced actress snag one of the leads on the short-lived Fox sitcom 'Key West.'

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Michael DeLorenzo from 'Head of the Class'
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Whatever Happened to Michael DeLorenzo From ‘Head of the Class’?

Then: During the '80s, Michael DeLorenzo was a regular on two shows about high school -- 'Fame,' where he played the dancer Michael, and 'Head of the Class,' where he played Alex Torres. But his most famous role was in the '90s as Det. Eddie Torres on 'New York Undercover.' You may also remember DeLorenzo from the movies 'A Few Good Men' and 'Alive.'

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Joher Coleman from 'Head of the Class'
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Whatever Happened to Joher Coleman (aka Jory Husain) From ‘Head of the Class’?

Then: The Wisconsin-born Jory Husain played Indian exchange student Jawaharlal Choudhury on the first three seasons of 'Head of the Class.' He started going by the name Joher Coleman in 1990, perhaps as a reaction to Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein becoming a high profile enemy of the United States.

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Brian Robbins from 'Head of the Class'
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Whatever Happened to Brian Robbins From ‘Head of the Class’?

Then: Brian Robbins played writer wannabe Eric Mardian on the high school sitcom 'Head of the Class.' You could tell he was the school bad boy by his ever-present leather jacket. Before 'Head of the Class,' Robbins guest starred on '80s staples such as 'Mr. Belvedere,' 'Knight Rider,' 'Three's Company' and 'Growing Pains.'

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Suzanne Somers from 'Step by Step'
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Whatever Happened to Suzanne Somers From ‘Step by Step’?

Then: After starring as the comically naïve blond Chrissy Snow on the hit sitcom ‘Three’s Company,’ Suzanne Somers showed her range by playing  smart and high-strung mom Carol Lambert on ‘Step by Step.’

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Patrika Darbo from 'Step by Step'
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Whatever Happened to Patrika Darbo From ‘Step by Step’?

Then: On 'Step by Step,' Patrika Darbo played Aunt Penny Baker, Carol Foster's flirtatious sister. Her character was dropped after the sitcom's second season, but Darbo continued to be all over the small screen in the first half of the '90s, appearing on shows like 'Seinfeld,' 'Married with Children' and 'Grace Under Fire.' In addition, she portrayed Rosanne Barr in the TV movie 'Roseanne and Tom: Behind the Scenes.'

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Sasha Mitchell from 'Step by Step'
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Whatever Happened to Sasha Mitchell From ‘Step by Step’?

Then: Sasha Mitchell was all over TV sets during the 90s. First he played JR Ewing's illegitimate son James Richard Beaumont during the tail end of 'Dallas's' long run, and then as Cody, the wacky catch-phrase-spouting nephew living in a van on 'Step by Step.'

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Patrick Duffy from 'Step by Step'
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Whatever Happened to Patrick Duffy From ‘Step by Step’?

Then: Patrick Duffy burst onto the scene on the long-running primetime soap opera ‘Dallas,' where he played reluctant oil baron Bobby Ewing. He stayed prominent on the small screen even when the show ended by jumping right over to the family sitcom ‘Step by Step,’ portraying easy-going dad Frank Lambert.

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Brandon Call from 'Step by Step'
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Whatever Happened to Brandon Call From ‘Step by Step’?

Then: While Brandon Call is most remembered for playing the sports-loving, school-hating oldest son J.T. Lambert in the sitcom 'Step by Step,' he had quite an impressive resume before that. The Torrance, CA native had stints on 'St. Elsewhere,' 'Santa Barbara' and 'Magnum PI,' and starred in the first season of 'Baywatch' as David Hasselhoff's son Cody, a role that was later taken over by  Jeremy Jackson.

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Josh Byrne from 'Step by Step'
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Whatever Happened to Josh Byrne From ‘Step by Step’?

Then: Josh Byrne played Brandon Lambert, the shy youngest sibling on 'Step by Step.' In fact, his character was so shy that it was hardly developed, and when Brandon completely disappeared in the seventh and final season of the sitcom there wasn't even an explanation as to why.

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Urkel, Jaleel White, from 'Family Matters'
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Whatever Happened to Jaleel White (aka Urkel) From ‘Family Matters’?

Then: Jaleel White didn't join the cast of 'Family Matters' until midway through the sitcom's first season. But when he did his nerdy, suspender-loving character Urkel became the show's breakout star and fueled its nine-year run. During that time, White also voiced Sonic The Hedgehog in various animated television versions of the popular video game.

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Noah Hathaway, 'The NeverEnding Story'
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Whatever Happened to Noah Hathaway From ‘The NeverEnding Story’?

Then: Noah Hathaway played Atreyu in the 1984 fantasy film 'The NeverEnding Story.' Hathaway did most of his own stunts for the role, and by that we mean flying around on his trusty luckdragon Falkor. Before snagging that coveted role, Hathaway played Boxey on the original 'Battlestar Galactica' TV series.

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'Mambo No. 5' Lou Bega
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Whatever Happened to ‘Mambo No. 5′ Singer Lou Bega?

Then: Here's the most positive description of Lou Bega's 'Mambo No. 5 (A Little Bit of...)' -- it's about appreciating women no matter what their name is. When singles in the 1990s became huge successes they got featured on the 'Now That's What I Call Music!' albums (remember those?), and that was the honor afforded to Bega's hit.

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Devon Gummersall on 'My So-Called Life'
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Whatever Happened to ‘My So-Called Life’s’ Devon Gummersall?

Then: On the '90s cult-hit TV show ‘My So-Called Life, Devon Gummersall played Brain Krakow, the bookish boy-next-door who had a huge, mostly unrequited crush on Angela (Claire Danes). Gummersall already had a bunch of TV credits under his belt before the show, and when it was cancelled after just one season he went on to roles on 'Relativity' and 'Felicity.'

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