"Blossom" is a sitcom that ran for a grand total of 5 seasons, from 1990 until 1995. The series revolved around the life of Italian American teenager "Blossom Russo" and her somewhat hilariously dysfunctional family. During the years on the air, the show also had a variety of famous guest stars including Mr. T, Hugh Hefner, David Spade, ALF and even Will Smith.
"Vinnie Bonitardi" is "Blossom's" on and off boyfriend throughout the series. Although they start off on rocky terms at the beginning of the series, their relationship improves over time, with "Vinnie" eventually attempting to get along with her family. Even though he portrays a rugged, tough-guy image, on the inside he is a real sweetheart.
After his role on Blossom, David Lascher decided to continue his acting career starring in shows like Clueless and Sabrina The Teenage Witch. Lascher is currently married to Jill London with whom he also has three children.
"Buzz Richman", played by actor Barnard Hughes, is "Blossom's" grandfather. He was a war veteran who had been married married multiple times. "Buzz" is a funloving person with some of his interests being women, cigars, jokes and alchohol. Barnard Hughes himself moved on to star in several smaller productions, like "The Lost Boys" and "The Odd Couple II", after his role in "Blossom". Hughes passed away on July 11, 2006.
"Anthony Russo" is a recovering drug addict and alcoholic who regularly has difficulty remembering the last four years of his life. "Anthony" works at a doughnut shop at the beginning of the series before ultimately becoming a paramedic. He is often seen giving "Blossom" life advice throughout the series.
Michael Stoyanov actually left Blossom during the show's final season, a move which he later regretted. This lead him to writing for shows like Late Night with Conan O'Brien, MadTV, and Mr. Snow. Nowadays he is rarely seen in Hollywood, occasionally having minor roles in a few different movies.
"Nick Russo" is "Blossom's" father and the main caregiver of the family after his wife ultimately leaves him. He works as a piano player who plays for a wide variety of bands. Due to his past alcohol and drug addiction, he has a somewhat conservative attitude towards parenting.
Ted Wass's acting career wasn't met with much success after his role on Blossom, so Wass decided to pursue directing instead. It was there were he was really able to shine directing shows like The Jeff Foxworthy Show, Smart Guy, Crumbs, Rules Of Engagement, 2 Broke Girls and Mom.
"Six LeMeure" is "Blossom's" best friend who has a huge crush on "Joey". Her parents are divorced which attributed to her troubled childhood. Throughout the show, "Six" goes through a variety of incidents including alcoholism, dating a married older man and even a pregnancy scare.
After her role in Blossom, Jenna Von Oy moved on to star in shows like Chicago Hope, Pepper Ann and What's With Andy as well as films like A Goofy Movie, Truth Be Told and Lukewarm. She won two Young Artists Awards for her performance on Blossom back in 1993.
"Joey Russo" is somwhat of a jock, who plays baseball for his highschool team. He isn't the brightest of the bunch, but is still a very kind person at heart. Later on in the series, he gets accepted to Arizona State Unniversity to play baseball.
Joey Lawrence's career blossomed after his role on Blossom. He moved on to star in shows like Brotherly Love, American Dreams, Half & Half, CSI: NY, and Hawaii Five-0. He has been married to his second wife Chandie Yawn-Nelson since July of 2005 and currently has 2 kids.
"Blossom" is the youngest of the "Russo" family as well as the only daughter of "Nick Russo". She has an on and off relationship with "Vinnie" and is best friends with "Six". "Blossom" encounters many life lessons during the course of the series involving drugs, alcohol, abuse and divorce. At first she doesn't like her new stepmother "Carol", but eventually is able to get along with her.
Mayim Bialik can be considered the most successful actress to resonate from the series Blossom. Over the years she has starred in dozens of different TV shows including 7th Heaven, Kim Possible, Bones, Lloyd In Space, Candid Camera as well as her most famous role on The Big Bang Theory. Bialik has won several awards over the years including a Young Artist Award for Beaches (1988) as well as an Online Film Critics Award, and 2 Critics' Choice Television Awards for her role in The Big Bang Theory.