Then: Jonathan Ke Quan’s first acting gigs were in two of the most memorable movies of the ’80s. He starred as Short Round in ‘Indiana Jones and The Temple of Doom,’ and as Data in ‘The Goonies.’ He was also brought on during the fifth season of ‘Head of the Class‘ to portray Jasper Kong, but his previous magic didn’t rub off, and the sitcom was cancelled.
Then: Tannis Vallely played Janice Lazarotto, a 12-year-old prodigy who was able to outshine her older genius classmates in the sitcom ‘Head of the Class.’ Previous to that, Vallely appeared on the PBS show ’3-2-1 Contact.’
Haven’t you ever wondered what happened to that little kid from the classic ‘Hook’ movie or the jock from ’10 Things I Hate About You?’ (No, we’re not talking about the ABC Family series.) These stars from the ’80s and ’90s have all but faded from the spotlight since abominations like ‘Two Broke Girls’ and ‘I Hate My Teenage Daughter’ have graced the screens… until now.
Since the death of Steve Jobs, we’ve all been looking for the perfect way to commemorate the Apple co-founder, and now we finally have the answer: Steve Jobs, the action figure. Seriously, if Nicki Minaj can get the Barbie doll treatment, why shouldn’t Jobs?
Then: Jonathan Taylor Thomas played snarky middle child Randy Taylor on the long running sitcom, ‘Home Improvement,’ a role which made “JTT” extremely popular with the ‘Teen Beat’ set. During the ’90s he was also the voice of Simba in ‘The Lion King’ and spoofed fellow child actor Macaulay Culkin on ‘In Living Color.’ So what happened to him?
For children, there’s nothing quite like Christmas morning — the joy and anticipation are palpable on their little faces. So parents eternally videotape the proceedings, including one father who caught the annual moment that his kids came bounding down the stairs on Christmas morn for more than two decades.
Then: Angela Watson was a child beauty pageant winner and model — which made her a natural to play beauty-obsessed wannabe model Karen Foster on the long running TGI Friday sitcom ‘Step by Step.’ So what happened to her?
This year, magazines used a lot of ink writing about who got married and who broke up. But all that aside, there were still plenty of celebrity news stories to go around. Here's a look at 10 that had everyone buzzing.
Then: Jamie Walters first made the ladies swoon on the Aaron Spelling-produced drama ‘The Heights.’ (Walters played the lead singer of the titular fictional band, which scored a real hit in 1992 with the show’s theme song ‘How Do You Talk to an Angel?’) But his sideburns screamed ‘Beverly Hills, 90210,’ so Spelling created a role for Walters on that hit series as the abusive musician boyfriend of Tori Spelling’s Donna Martin character.
Then: Heather Donahue (along with her blue hat and nostrils) was the star and poster girl of the 1999 DIY horror smash hit ‘The Blair Witch Project.’ It was the then-24-year old’s first credited big screen role, and she ended up earning $4 million for it since her salary was tied to the movie’s success.
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