Boy Meets World wasn't just one of the best TGIF shows, it was one of those TV series that made you feel okay while going through all the madness of growing up. For seven seasons (from 1993 to 2000) and 158 episodes, we followed Cory Matthews as he navigated his way to adulthood. So what's Cory up to now? And what about the rest of the Boy Meets World cast?
On the show, we met the Matthews family and a whole host of other characters like Shawn and Jack Hunter, Joey the Rat, and the unforgettable Mr. Feeny. These iconic characters defined the childhoods of many '90s kids, so it's worth catching up with the cast of Boy Meets World today. Fortunately, that's exactly we're doing with this then-and-now gallery!
What are the stars of Boy Meets World doing now? Many reprised their roles in the Disney Channel spin-off series Girl Meets World. Others have starred in network sitcoms. Some have had major film roles (one cast member even worked with Martin Scorsese), while a few have stayed out of the spotlight.
From Danielle Fishel to Rider Strong to Trina McGee to Ethan Suplee, check this list out for current photos of your favorite Boy Meets World cast members and updates on what they're doing now!
- Photo: Boy Meets World, ABC
The younger brother of The Wonder Years star Fred Savage, Ben Savage had a few parts on television (including in The Wonder Years) before landing the lead in Boy Meets World. The pilot aired 11 days after his 13th birthday.
Ben Savage (Now)
After Boy Meets World, Ben Savage stayed out of the limelight for the most part, starring in the independent film Palo Alto and making guest appearances in shows like Bones. He reprised his role as Cory Matthews in all three seasons of Disney Channel's Boy Meets World spin-off Girl Meets World, and directed 10 episodes.
William Daniels (Then)Photo: Boy Meets World, ABC
William Daniels already had quite the career behind him before starring as Mr. Feeny. Did you know Feeny was in The Graduate? Or that he voiced K.I.T.T. in Knight Rider? At age 66, with almost 100 credits under his belt, he began his turn as everyone's favorite fictional teacher in Boy Meets World.
After Boy Meets World, William Daniels worked on numerous TV shows, including Boston Legal, Scrubs, and Grey's Anatomy. He even popped up in the Will Ferrell film Blades of Glory. Like many Boy Meets World cast members, he reprised his role in Girl Meets World.