Last month, we told you about several Disney Channel stars in roles that time forgot. Now we're back with Nick stars for your viewing pleasure. While Drake Bell and Josh Peck will forever be known as Drake & Josh, they've still done tons of awesome projects, both before and after working on Dan Schneider's hit show. And they're not alone.
Below, see what else your favorite Nick stars from shows such as iCarly and Victorious have done over the years.
Michael C. Maronna in Home Alone (1990) and Home Alone 2: Lost in New York (1992)
Before Maronna was big brother to Little Pete on The Adventures of Pete & Pete, he was older bro to Kevin McCallister (Macaulay Culkin).
Larisa Oleynik in 10 Things I Hate About You (1999)
Alex Mack went on to be Cameron James's (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) crush, Bianca Stratford.
Kenan Thompson in Big Fat Liar (2002)
The All That and Kenan & Kel star had a quick cameo hanging out at Marty Wolf's (Paul Giamatti) house party.
Kel Mitchell and Kenan Thompson (again) in The Adventures of Rocky & Bullwinkle (2000)
The comedy duo played Martin and Lewis, two kids who went to Bullwinkle's alma mater and helped the cartoons escape from Boris and Natasha.
Danny Tamberelli in The Mighty Ducks (1992)
The Adventures of Pete & Pete and All That star played Tommy Duncan, the kid who convinced his sister to switch from figure skating to hockey to better the team.
Amanda Bynes in Robots (2005)
The All That and Amanda Show star lent her voice to Piper Pinwheeler, which made her younger sister to Robin Williams's character, Fender.
Robert Ri'chard in House of Wax (2005)
Bobby Walker from Cousin Skeeter swapped comedy for horror in the loose remake of the 1953 Vincent Price film. He played Paris Hilton's boyfriend who gets savagely killed.
Romeo Miller in Max Keeble's Big Move (2001)
The Romeo! star played himself in a hilarious but random cameo as a student at Max Keeble's school. As the teacher says, "Lil Romeo's in the house. I'm down with that."
Drake Bell in Jerry Maguire (1996)
The Drake & Josh star "found a way" to curse at Tom Cruise and get paid for it. He played Jesse Remo, the kid at the beginning who wanted Cruise to help his dad quit playing sports since he kept getting hurt.
Josh Peck in Drillbit Taylor (2008)
Completely unlike his Drake & Josh character, Peck played a high school bully who tormented three freshmen and almost got in a fight with Owen Wilson.
Miranda Cosgrove and Drake Bell (again) in Yours, Mine & Ours (2005)
The Drake & Josh siblings also played siblings in the remake of this 1968 Lucille Ball film.
Yvette Nicole Brown in (500) Days of Summer (2009)
Helen from Drake & Josh was Vance's (Clark Gregg) new secretary.
Spencer Shay from iCarly and Mark Del Figgalo from Zoey 101 played students who ask for advice during a school assembly. Standing alongside them is none other than High School Musical's Ashley Tisdale.
Devon Werkheiser in We Were Soliders (2002)
Don Creech in X-Men: First Class (2006)
Yup, grouchy science teacher Mr. Sweeney from Ned's Declassified is part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, playing William Stryker Sr.
Steve Bannos in Ghostbusters (2016)
To be fair, this movie did just come out, so "forgetting" Mr. Combover from Ned's Declassified had a brief cameo as the "Flasher Ghost" is totally understandable.
Emma Roberts in Blow (2001)
Addie Singer from Unfabulous played young Kristina Jung, Johnny Depp's movie daughter.
Malese Jow in The Social Network (2010)
Emma Roberts's BFF on Unfabulous played Alice in the Facebook drama. Bonus: The Suite Life of Zack and Cody's Brenda Song was also in the film.
Alexa Nikolas in Zoolander (2001)
Before she was PCA's boy-crazy Nicole on Zoey 101, Nikolas had a small role as the "Story Hour Girl."
Jessica Chaffin in The Heat (2013)
Coco Wexler, PCA's best-worst dorm advisor on Zoey 101, played Gina (and Gina's Boobs), the sassy girlfriend of one of Melissa McCarthy's brothers. She also wore her "classy sweatpants" to dinner because she was thoughtful like that.
Noah Munck in Bad Teacher (2011)
iCarly's Gibby played a school bully who ended up biting off more than he could chew with his new, unorthodox teacher (Cameron Diaz).
Matt Bennett in Bridesmaids (2011)