Melissa Joan Hart played "Sabrina Spellman", who, on her 16th birthday, gets told by her aunts that she possesses magical powers. Over the course of the series, she learns to control her powers being helped out by her black talking cat "Salem" whenever she needs him.
"Sabrina's" cat, "Salem Saberhagen", is a witch who was turned into a cat as punishment for trying to take over the world. He is quite sarcastic and gets his name from the Salem witch trials.
Melissa is now in her forties, happily married, and has three children. After Sabrina, the Teenage Witch she also played yet another leading role in the sitcom Melissa & Joey from 2010 to 2015.
Caroline Rhea and Beth Broderick played Sabrina's aunts "Zelda" and "Hilda". "Sabrina" lives with them getting taught how to use her magical powers by her two crazy aunts.
Caroline Rhea starred in the dance movie Love 'N' Dancing as "Bonnie" in 2009. She also hosted her own talk show called The Caroline Rhea Show from 2002 to 2003 and hosted The Biggest Loser for three years. Caroline has a daughter named Ava Rhea Economopoulos.
After Sabrina, the Teenage Witch had finished, Beth Broderick starred in Lost from 2005 to 2008. She also had a guest appearance in Melissa Joan Hart's sitcom Melissa & Joey in 2014 and played "Rose Twitchell" in The Dome in 2013. Beth Broderick is the founding director of Momentum, one of the first organizations established in New York to help those suffering from AIDS.
"Harvey Kinkle" is "Sabrina's" boyfriend from the second to the fourth season. When he finds out that "Sabrina" is a witch in the fourth season, he breaks off all contact with her and moves away. However, the two cannot bear to be apart and get together again in the end.
After Sabrina, the Teenage Witch it got very calm all around the former actor. In 2006 Nate Richert had his last role and moved to Scotland after. There he has founded his own band and now focuses on his music.