Disney has its Mickey Mouse club and Nickelodeon had “All That”—think “Saturday Night Live” for a younger crowd.After former Nick actress Amanda Byne‘s latest run in with the law, we decided to check in on the rest of the original cast from seasons 1-6 of the show’s “golden” era. (The show carried on for another three seasons without its veterans.)
While a few tried continuing comedy careers, others started singing and one even went on to work with Playboy.
We even found most of their Facebook profiles for your viewing pleasure.
From Danny Tamberelli to Kel Mitchell see what happened to the original cast members.
Seasons 3-6, @AmandaBynes
We don't need to 'Ask Amanda' what she's been up to these days. Out of the entire 'All That' cast, she's had the most success in Hollywood.
Bynes was featured in films including 'She's the Man' with Channing Tatum and 'Hairspray.' She was last seen in 'Easy A' before announcing retirement on Twitter.
Kel Mitchell is throwing orange soda parties in New York ... and popping up on television now and then.
There were a lot of rumours going around for a while that pitted Mitchell as dying of a drug overdose in 2006.
Mitchell's doing a lot these days.
Random thought: Do you think he breaks down into 'I'm a dude, he's a dude, she's a dude ...'?
Want his Facebook page, too? Done.
Seasons 1-6, Facebook
Before SNL Weekend Updates, Danny Tamberelli was giving us 'Vital Information.'
Now, Tamberelli has taken his comedy routine to YouTube on channel Manboobs (with 181 subscribers, he's not that popular).
From his Facebook page:
Happy Monday people! Whats a better way to start your day with a little manboobs love?
We can't make this stuff up. The Park Slope native is also part of band, Jounce. He recently told New York Mag he gets his hair cut once every two years.
Here's one of his latest sketches with old castmate, Kenan Thomspson.
Seasons 1-4, Facebook
No, she's not still silencing miscreants in libraries, In fact, she's not doing much of anything these days.
After 'All That,' Denberg appeared on 'The Steve Harvey Show' for a while. Her real last onscreen appearance was in 'Dodgeball' where she played a cheerleader.
When the cast reunited at the 2011 Comikaze Expo, Denberg joked she's now 'living out her old age.' She's 36.
Seasons 1-3, @AlisaReyes
Now, Reyes is a DJ for Playboy Radio, a host for PlayboyU and is working on a new show 'Grown Ups' with another old co-star ...
Seasons 1-3, @KatrinaAJohnson
Johnson went from playing the innocent lemonade scammer to a slightly more adult role on Playboy TV series 'King of Clubs.'
In 2011, she joined Unscripted Radio, and during a reunion, Johnson revealed she qualified for the Olympics in two different sports and had a record deal with Sony. She's also starring in an upcoming show with past co-star Alisa Reyes called 'Grown Ups.'
Seasons 1-6, @Josh_Server
Detective Dan ducked out of the spotlight after 'All That.' After the 10-year anniversary he guest-starred on an episode of Nickelodeon's 'Drake and Josh.'
Server started web series 'Laugh out Loud' with Kenan Thompson in 2006. That fizzled out after a year.
At another 'All That' reunion in 2011, Server said he's heading back to acting.
After playing Urkel on 'All That,' Bates appeared on an episode of 'Strong Medicine' and 'Boston Public.'
Bates also released a comedy CD titled 'Acting Out.'
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