One of our favorite young actresses in the '90s was Gaby Hoffmann, who starred in movies like 'Uncle Buck,' 'Sleepless in Seattle' and 'Now and Then.' So where is she now?

Gaby was an amazing child actress. She broke our hearts in movies like 'Now and Then' alongside Christina Ricci and Thora Birch. She was adorable in 'Volcano,' 'Uncle Buck,' and 'Sleepless in Seattle,' always showing incredible maturity and emotional range for a young actress.

She disappeared for a few years after starring in the ensemble comedy '200 Cigarettes,' then re-emerged in 2005 on an episode of 'Law & Order: Criminal Intent.' Since then, she seems to be choosing her roles wisely, with parts in the indie film 'Life During Wartime,' and guest spots on shows like the critically-acclaimed 'Louie,' 'Homeland,' and 'The Good Wife.'

Gaby graduated from Bard college in 2003 with a degree in theater, and spent the next four years starring in stage plays when she wasn't landing on-screen acting gigs. She's still close friends with her 'Now and Then' co-star Christina Ricci, which is pretty inspiring.

Check out a recent photo of Gaby below from her film 'Nate & Margaret':

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