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'Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide': What Is The Cast Up To Now?

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It's been over 10 years since Nickelodeon first introduced us to the sage wisdom of Ned Bigby and his BFFs Moze and Cookie on "Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide." The trio -- OK, mostly Ned -- came up with life hacks to survive the bullies, insane teachers, gross school lunches and everything else that went down at James K. Polk middle school.

We grew up watching Ned and his crew deal with corny school crushes, missed homework assignments and super terrifying 8th graders. Here's what they're up to now:

Devon Werkheiser, "Ned Bigby"

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After sharing his super-helpful guide* with the world, Werkheiser went on to appear in several TV shows and movies, including a starring role in the 2009 movie "The First Time." He also played Peter Parkes in ABC Family's "Greek." He's now a singer-songwriter who dropped his first EP, titled I Am, in 2013. Last month he performed at Penn State's annual THON event to raise money for the Four Diamonds Fund, a charity that empowers kids in the fight against pediatric cancer.

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Lindsey Shaw, "Jennifer 'Moze' Mosely"

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Shaw went on to star as Kat Stratford on ABC Family's short-lived TV show version of "10 Things I Hate About You." She's also on this show called "Pretty Little Liars," maybe you've heard of it? Shaw played Paige McCullers, Shay Mitchell's love interest, until her character moved away to California in the show's season five winter premiere.

Daniel Curtis Lee, "Simon 'Cookie' Nelson-Cook"

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Lee made the leap from Nickelodeon to Disney after "Ned's" and appeared in both "Zeke & Luther" and "Good Luck Charlie." You also saw him hanging out in the halls of William McKinley High School for a few episodes of "Glee."

Christian Serratos, "Suzie Crabgrass"

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After leaving middle school, Serratos went on to play Angela Weber, one of Bella Swan's few human friends, in the "Twilight" saga. In 2011, she was in a music video for The Black Keys. Now she battles zombies as Rosita Espinosa, a series regular, on "The Walking Dead." Oh, and she's featured in the March 2015 issue of "Playboy." Bow chicka wow wow.

Rachel Sibner, "Lisa Zemo"

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It's a little unclear what Sibner's been up to since "Ned's" ended. According to IMDB, her last acting role was in a 2007 short film called "Miriam." In a 2009 interview, she spoke about being excited to get her driver's license and embarrassing herself in front of her crush. She's been a StarPower Ambassador for the Starlight Children's Foundation, an organization that works with experts to benefit kids and their families, for several years.

Rob Pinkston, "Coconut Head"

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Pinkston went on to prank celebs like Zac Braff and JoJo on several episodes of MTV's "Punk'd." He also appeared on MTV's show with Nick Cannon, "Short Circuitz." In 2013, he graduated from Art Center College of Design with a Bachelor of Arts in film production.

Kyle Swann, "Billy Loomer"

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Swann briefly appeared in 2002's hit movie "Big Fat Liar." In 2012, he got his B.A. in Marine Biology from the University of California, Santa Cruz. He's into scuba diving and underwater photography, which, as you may have guessed, involves taking pics under water. He owns a photography company, appropriately called Swann Dive Photography, and you can check out his portfolio here.

Alex Black, "Seth Powers"

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Black went on to appear in numerous TV shows, movies and commercials. He's been in "13 Going On 30," "Charmed," "CSI: Miami"and "ER," among others.

Michelle Kim, "Evelyn Kwong"

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After graduating from University of California, Irvine in 2011 with a degree in journalism, Kim is now a super-talented photographer. She started shooting weddings in 2007, and her background in photojournalism inspires her work. You can check out her awesome photos on her website.

Daran Norris, "Gordy"

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Everyone's favorite janitor has appeared and voiced characters in hundreds of films and shows. You've definitely heard his voice as Cosmo -- and Jorgen Von Strangle and Mr. Turner -- on "The Fairly OddParents." He was also on "Big Time Rush" and "Veronica Mars."

Vinicius Machado, "Faymen Phorchin"

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After moving back to Brazil for a soccer game, Machado went on to appear in shows like "CSI: Miami," "Flash Forward," "General Hospital" and "NCIS." He currently plays Nomar Arcielo on the Starz TV show "Power," which 50 Cent executive produces and co-stars in. Machado also produces and writes content himself.

Teo Olivares, "Jerry Crony"

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After "Ned's," Olivares appeared in "CSI: NY," "NCIS" and "Zoey 101." He also played the role of Max for four episodes of "Hannah Montana." Now he's a musician who plays the guitar, drums and piano. You can listen to his latest single, "Mine to Love," here.

Meshach Taylor, "Mr. Wright"

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Taylor sadly passed away last June after battling cancer. Besides being a social studies teacher and school principal on "Ned's," he had a long career in theater and won an Emmy for his role of Jim in a "Huckleberry Finn" production. He performed on Broadway and also appeared on "Criminal Minds," "Hannah Montana" and "Jessie," among many others, on screen.

Hamilton Mitchell, "Vice Principal Crubbs"

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Mitchell most recently played the role of Bill on "Parks and Recreation." He's also appeared in "Big Time Rush," "Modern Family," "Switched At Birth" and "The Suite Life On Deck," among others.

Steve Bannos, "Mr. Combover"

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Bannos, who also played Mr. Gross on the show, took his teaching skills to high school after "Ned's." He played a math teacher in "Superbad" and appeared in "Bridemaids," "Mike & Molly," "New Girl" and "The Heat."