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Good Luck Charlie: What Is The Cast Up To Now?

Hang in there, baby.

In 2010, Good Luck Charlie began its four-season run on Disney Channel. Ninety-seven episodes and a whole lotta life lessons later, the Duncan family closed out the series with one last video diary to Charlie.

That final episode aired just over two years ago on February 16, 2014. Since then, the cast has gone on to pursue music careers, continue acting, become Internet memes, and more. Here's what they're up to now.

  • Bridgit Mendler, "Teddy Duncan"
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    Mendler, who also played immortal vampire Juliet van Heusen on Wizards of Waverly Place, dropped her debut album, Hello My Name Is..., midway through GLC in 2012. The 23-year-old released two insanely good singles, "Ready or Not" and "Hurricane," toured into 2013, and continues to perform her music at various events today. Since 2014, she's starred as Candace in the NBC sitcom Undateable in addition to working on her second album. (Fun fact: she dated her GLC boyfriend, Shane Harper, in real life for four years!)

  • Jason Dolley, "PJ Duncan"
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    Dolley, now 24, appeared in Major Crimes, TNT's spin-off of The Closer, in 2014. In the past six months, he's been traveling to London, Scotland, Venice, and more.

  • Bradley Steven Perry, "Gabe Duncan"
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    Perry, 17, stayed in the Disney family. He's played Kaz, one of the stars of Disney XD's original TV show Mighty Med, since 2013 and will continue with this role in 2016's follow-up series, Lab Rats: Elite Force. He's also a Game of Thrones and Star Wars fan, in case you were wondering.

  • Mia Talerico, "Charlie Duncan"
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    The always adorable Talerico is now 7 years young -- she started GLC at just 10 months old -- and started first grade last September. Her character Charlie's "I dunno" face has reached peak Internet meme fame. Oh, and she shops at Claire's just like you did when you were 7!

  • Leigh-Allyn Baker, "Amy Duncan"
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    Like Perry, Baker remained close to Disney following GLC. She currently voices characters Queen Delightful and Snazzy Shazam in the Disney series The 7D. In 2015, she executive produced and starred in her own Disney Channel Original Movie, Bad Hair Day. Her latest movie, Little Savages, came out on DVD and VOD earlier this month.

  • Eric Allan Kramer, "Bob Duncan"
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    Kramer has appeared in numerous TV shows in the past two years, including Bones and Nickelodeon's The Thundermans. Most recently, he played Officer Seely on CBS's Mike & Molly.

  • Logan Moreau, "Toby Duncan"
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    Moreau took over Jake Cinoa's role as baby Toby, the littlest Duncan, in season four. There's not much info on Moreau available post-GLC. He was on an episode of Bones in 2014, and his official Facebook page has been taken down. His website is up but not active.

  • Raven Goodwin, "Ivy Wentz"
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    Since 2013, Goodwin has been playing Niecy Patterson, a teen mother, on BET's Being Mary Jane. On Instagram, she's called the role "an eye-opening experience" and said that "portraying Niecy is a privilege. ... We bring the important conversations into your homes every Tuesday. I'm apart of THAT."

  • Shane Harper, "Spencer Walsh"
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    Towards the end of GLC, Harper played Austin Welch, Sadie's ex-boyfriend, on seven episodes of MTV's Awkward. Then he was Ian Chandler on MTV's now-cancelled Happyland. In 2014, he starred in the movie God's Not Dead, for which he wrote a song, "Hold You Up." This coming March, he'll be one of Jesus's disciples on FOX's The Passion: Live!, hosted by Tyler Perry.

And in case you missed it, the whole Duncan squad reunited just weeks ago. They took this too-cute family pic that all of 'em have since posted to their social media accounts. D'aww!