Erik per Sullivan bagged the role of "Dewey" in the series "Malcolm in the Middle" when he was just ten. For six years he played "Malcolm's" (Frankie Muniz) little brother.
After "Malcolm in the Middle", he had small roles in various series. He retired from acting in 2010 and started studying at the University of Southern California.
Teen star Amanda Bynes played the leading role in the TV series "Hello Holly". She also starred in many films such as "What a Girl Wants" and "She's the Man". She last appeared in "Easy A" (2010) before going completely off the rails in 2012.
The actress's life went dramatically downhill in 2012. Alcohol and drugs began to play a main role in her life and she was arrested for the first time that year. She was admitted to a psychiatric hospital in 2013 after starting a fire in her neighbor's driveway. Nowadays, however, she has left her troubles behind her.
From 1993 to 1999 Benjamin Salisbury and Madeline Zima played "Brighton" and "Grace Sheffield" on the extremely popular series "The Nanny". Madeline is now a beautiful young woman.
Madeline remained in show business after "The Nanny" and has appeared in countless TV series and many films. She was part of the "Californication" cast from 2007 to 2011.
Benjamin Salisbury went on to study journalism after the series finished and has lived in California with his wife since 2006.
"Home Improvement" star Zachery Ty Bryan is almost unrecognizable today.
The actor has grown up considerably. Since playing "Brad Taylor" in the successful sitcom Home Improvement he has had various roles in other TV series and has also appeared in The Rage: Carrie 2 and The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift.
Danice McKellar played "Winnie Cooper" on The Wonder Years from 1988 to 1993. See what the 43-year-old looks like now on the next page.
After The Wonder Years Danica had several TV appearances. She went on to study Mathematics at UCLA and now writes non-fiction books for children.
Jeremy Jackson became a household name playing "Mitch's" (David Hasselhoff) son "Hobie" on the cult series Baywatch. Fans watched the actor grow up on screen from 1991 to 1999. Nowadays, Jackson can be found somewhere completely different than on the beach of Malibu.
Jackson retired from acting after Baywatch. He later explained that he had a severe drug problem during the time he was on Baywatch, and claimed that is why he left the show. He appeared on Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew in 2011, where is withdrawal from a steroid addiction was documented. In 2017, as part of a plea bargain, Jackson was sentenced to 270 days in jail for a 2015 stabbing. He is out by now, which is good - it turns out, he was facing up to seven years behind bars..
Angus T. Jones played "Jake Harper" on Two and a Half Men and was a cast member for years. In 2012 he was baptized as a Seventh-Day Adventist and complained that the series went against his newly-found religious views, even going so far as to call it "filfth". Not surprisingly, he had to leave the series soon after.
Today, the actor looks very different. He now has a beard as a symbol of his religious faith. He has retired from acting for the most part and is now works for Tonite, an event management company.
In 2013 the actress posed for "Maxim" magazine. She still works as an actress and has appeared in various TV series and films such as Ghost Shark and Ankh.
Mackenzie Rosman became a household name when she starred in 7th Heaven, playing "Ruthie Camden" from 1996 to 2007. In 2013 she left her sweet image behind her for good...