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Nickelodeon's 'All That' Cast: Where Are They Now?

'90' children rejoice! We've dug up where some of these childhood clowns are now.

If you're a '90s child then you may remember Nickelodeon's hit sketch comedy show: "All That." The highlight of Saturday nights, this hour long show was jam-packed with skits that would have any child or adult rolling with laughter. From "Ask Ashley" to "Everyday French with Pierre Escargot," this show was really "all that." Now, 21 years after the sketch show's first episode, we've decided to see what the cast has been up to since the series aired its last show in 2005.

Amanda Bynes then...

Amanda Bynes now...

This talented Nickelodeon sweetheart went on to do big things after "All That" wrapped up filming. From starring in television series such as "The Amanda Show" and "What I Like About You" to taking on the big screen with "What a Girl Wants," "She's the Man," "Hairspray," "Sydney White" and "Easy A" -- Amanda Bynes had hit it big. It wasn't long, however, before things took a turn for her as she checked into a psychiatric treatment center in 2014. No worries though, folks. Rumor has it that Amanda might be waltzing back into our lives this fall on "Dancing With the Stars."

Jack DeSena then...

Jack DeSena now...

After causing a lot of havoc as Randy Quench, Jack Desena left "All That" in 2005. He went on to voice Sokka on "Avatar: The Last Airbender" and appeared on a few television shows such as "King of the Hill," "Generation Rex" and Nickelodeon's "Sam and Cat."

Lisa Foiles then...

Lisa Foiles now...

Part of the newly relaunched "All That" cast, Lisa Foiles was one of four cast members to stick with the series until its cancelation in 2005. Lisa then moved on to making a few appearances on some TV series but is mostly known now for her video game journalism, producing YoutTube videos about top video games. She also has her own game-centric website, loadsavepoint.com.

Leon Frierson then...

Leon Frierson now...

Leon, also known as Leroy, took a different road after ending his acting debut on "All That," choosing music over the small screen. Now known as Slapleeboy, Leon is set to release some new music this coming summer.

Christina Kirkman then...

Christina Kirkman now...

Christina, the youngest cast member of "All That," is now a newly graduated senior from Emerson College. Earning a degree in Broadcast Journalism and Marketing, Christina hopes to become a television personality, anchor or actress and plans on moving back to LA after graduation.

Christy Knowings then...

Christy Knowings now...

Known for her hilarious impersonations and voices, Christy had formed part of the "All That" Golden Era from 1997 to 2000. She hasn't stopped acting, however. Christy is now known for playing herself alongside her twin brother on "Sesame Street."

Giovonnie Samuels then...

Giovonnie Samuels now...

Some of you may remember Giovonnie from various early 2000s TV shows. He has made many appearances after filming "All That," some being on "That's So Raven," "The Suite Life of Zack and Cody," "Bring It On: All or Nothing" and "Freedom Writers," among other movies and TV shows.

Chelsea Brummet then...

Chelsea Brummet now...

Chelsea has made some TV cameos since wrapping up the "All That" relaunch seasons. This TV beauty went on to appear in the WB's "What I Like About You," "The Gilmore Girls" and Nickelodeon's "Drake and Josh."

Nick Cannon then...

Nick Cannon now...

Other than marrying and later divorcing the ever-fabulous Mariah Carey and being a father to their adorable twins, Nick has had quite the life since his teenage days with "All That." From having his own show, "The Nick Cannon Show," to hosting "Wild N' Out" and "America's Got Talent" to acting in "Drumline," "Love Don't Cost a Thing" and even releasing a self-titled album in 2003, Nick Cannon has never really left the spotlight.

Lori Beth then...

Lori Beth now...

After wrapping up her four seasons with "All That," Lori Beth continued with smaller roles in Nickelodeon's "Figure it Out," "The Steve Harvey Show" and "Workaholics," among others.

Mark Saul then...

Mark Saul now...

Mark, the exuberant, spunky child actor that graced the "All That" stage for seasons 5 and 6, has become a full-fledged adult now. Starring in "Grey's Anatomy" from 2007 to 2012, Mark has had various TV appearances ranging from "Desperate Housewives," "Bones," and "The Mentalist." As for personal life, Mark is now married to his high school sweetheart, Ilana Berger, and is the father to a beautiful baby girl!

Danny Tamberelli then...

Danny Tamberelli now...

You may remember Danny from more than just "All That," he also starred in "The Babysitters Club," "Little Pete," "The Magic School Bus," and "The Mighty Ducks" -- he's basically our entire childhood, all in one actor. Danny now spends his time working as a member of the sketch comedy group Man Boobs Comedy and has even had a guest appearance as Jimmy De Santa in "Grand Theft Auto V."

Josh Server then...

Josh Server now...

What a DAD! Following his final season with "All That," Josh Server made some small appearances on a few Nickelodeon shows, such as "NED's Declassified," "Drake and Josh," "Sam and Cat" and a few others.

Kenan Thompson then...

Kenan Thompson now...

Just like Nick Cannon, Kenan Thompson kept audiences laughing well after "All That" had wrapped up. Now, as a cast member of "SNL," Kenan is still doing live comedy sketches -- when he's not being a father to his darling little girl, that is.

Kel Mitchell then...

Kel Mitchell now...

Who can forget Kel's love for orange soda? This child star went on to film the "Kenan and Kel Show" soon after finishing up "All That" among many other TV shows. From UPN's "One on One" to BET's "The Game," and even Disney Channel's "Good Luck Charlie." Kel has kept very active in the acting community and has even dabbled in, dare I say, rapping alongside Waka Flocka Flame.

Alisa Reyes then...

Alisa Reyes now...

This "All That" veteran left the series in 1997 and has made a few cameos since. Appearing in "ER," "Six Feet Under," and even taking a lead role as the voice of LaCienega Boulevardez in Disney Channel's "The Proud Family," Alisa has remained an active actress. Now living in California, this New York native is newly engaged to her "other half", Nathan Thorpe.

Katrina Johnson then...

Katrina Johnson now...

Known for her Ross Perot impersonations and as the "Lemonade Scammer," Katrina is still acting, having appeared in a few episodes of Playboy's "King of Clubs" series. Katrina also co-hosts the Uncensored Podcast.

Angelique Bates then...

Angelique Bates now...

After her days cooking alongside Randy, Mandy, also known as Angelique Bates, has been taking part in the music and entertainment world. Having appeared in "35 and Ticking" alongside Kevin Hart, Angelique also had a small feature in Justin Timberlake's and Michael Jackson's "Never Felt So Good" music video and has even released her own song, "Can't Fade Me Now."

Who was your favorite "All That" cast member?