Ever wondered where your favorite Disney Channel child stars ended up? If you don’t know, it’s safe to assume the answer is “rehab,” OR we can just tell you where your favs of yesteryear are now!
Erik von Detten: Erik von Detten AKA every girl born in 1988’s ultimate celebrity crush, stole our hearts in the DCOM (Disney Channel Original Movie) “Brink” as a super chill in-line skater who just skates for the fun of it and not for the money. NOW, according to our in-house Google expert, Erik is doing “nothing interesting.” His most notable role (other than in “Brink,” natch) was voicing the role of Sid in Toy Story.
Sam Horrigan: Sam Horrigan played Val in “Brink” as one of the sell-out skaters who got a sponsor and got paid to blade! What a douche! NOW, he appeared on “True Blood” last year and appeared on the fourth season of “Beauty and the Geek” as the show’s first male beauty. Beauty being a term they use VERY loosely.
Ricky Ullman: Ricky Ullman played a teenager from the future on Disney show “Phil of the Future,” a sitcom about a family whose time machine gets stuck in the 21st century and they also have the ability to perform body swaps, because apparently that’s a thing in the future. NOW He’s done some off-Broadway acting work lately, but other than that…nothing. Oh, he now goes by his birth name, Raviv.
Raven Symone: Raven Symone from both “The Cheetah Girls” and “That’s So Raven” became a household name thanks to making a constipated face in order to see the future. NOW Raven said she is releasing a 5th album, which is crazy because we didn’t even know she had four others. She also does voice-overs for the straight-to-DVD “Tinkerbell” series and she’s a lesbian now.
Tahj Mowry: Tahj Mowry is most famous for being the boy genius on “Smart Guy” and the little bro to the “Sister, Sister” twins Tia and Tamera Mowry. NOW, he kind of looks the same, no? Tahj Mowry is now starring on the ABC Family series “Baby Daddy” which is a very misleading title and is in fact NOT a show about a child parent, but rather, a knock-off of “Raising Hope.”