Dualstar

Two Of A Kind: What Is The Cast Up To Now?

Two is better than one

Two of a Kind was a one-season wonder in Mary-Kate and Ashley's impressive line-up of TV shows and movies. From 1998 to 1999, the sitcom followed the daily lives of MK&A, babysitter Carrie, and her flirty relationship with single dad Kevin. The Burke family lived on in fans's hearts despite the show's short run.

It's been over 18 years (!!) since Two of a Kind hit ABC on September 25, 1998. Here's a taste of the what the show looked like, in case you need a refresher.

So what's the cast up to now? Quite a lot, actually.

  • Ashley Olsen, "Ashley Burke"
    Dualstar & Getty

    After starring in approximately a gazillion movies, TV shows, and books, Ashley and twin sister Mary-Kate stopped acting and took their empire to the fashion world. Together they've designed four lines: The Row, Elizabeth and James, Olsenboye for J.C. Penney, and the more recent StyleMint.

  • Mary-Kate Olsen, "Mary-Kate Burke"
    Dualstar & Getty

    Mary-Kate also traded in acting for fashion shortly after her 2007 role as Tara Lindman on Weeds. She reportedly got married to Olivier Sarkozy, a banker, last year.

  • Christopher Sieber, "Kevin Burke"
    Dualstar & Getty

    Two of a Kind was Sieber's television debut, and though he continued appearing on TV -- highlights include Sex and the City, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, and The Good Wife -- he made a name for himself on Broadway. He's been nominated for two Tonys for the musical comedies Spamalot and Shrek. Right now, he's playing Miss Trunchbull in Broadway's Matilda, which is of course based on Roald Dahl's children's book by the same name. Sieber wed Kevin Burrows in 2011, and his Twitter bio jokes that he's an "actor holding on for dear life." ?

  • Sally Wheeler, "Carrie Moore"

    Wheeler went on to appear in the TV shows Spin City, Ed, Lipstick Jungle, Blue Bloods, and the shorts The Science of Love, Preamble, and Missing Piece. One of her most recent roles, as Bustle pointed out, is a commercial for the fibromyalgia medication Lyrica. You can watch it here.

  • David Valcin, "Eddie Fairbanks"
    Dualstar & Getty

    Valcin is most notably known as Scarface on the CBS drama Person of Interest, a character he portrayed for four years from 2011 to 2015. He was also on Law & Order, Monk, The Good Wife, Elementary, and more.

  • Orlando Brown, "Max"
    Dualstar & Getty

    Last month, Brown was arrested and charged with misdemeanor domestic battery, obstruction of justice, and two drug-related felonies. Eeeek. Before this, he famously starred in That's So Raven as Eddie Thomas, part of Raven Baxter's core trio of BFFs. He was a central actor on Disney Channel in the mid-2000s and appeared in hit shows like Lizzie McGuire and voiced characters in The Proud Family.