Released in 1998, Brink! is one of the many fondly remembered films made under the Disney Channel Original Movie umbrella. It tells the story of Andy "Brink" Brinker (played by Erik von Detten), a fictional inline skater who sells out and joins a sponsored team to help raise money for his family.
But what happened to the cast after Brink won the big race and turned down a major sponsorship in favor of skating for fun? As it turns out, they've been up to quite a lot in the following decades.
As you might expect, many of the ex Disney stars are still in Hollywood. However, there are some surprising career changes among the cast you probably did not expect. You may not even have realized where else you've seen the cast of Brink! over the years considering how much the actors have changed.
After taking on the role of Peter Calhoun, Patrick Levis held recurring roles in both So Weird and Maybe It’s Me. His latest major role came in 2013 with the television show The Fresh Meat Band; he appeared in 25 episodes.
Levis has since switched to a music career. In 2018, he sings as part of a Christian group called Least of These.
David Graf played Ralph Brinker, but the veteran actor has appeared in dozens of movies and television shows throughout his career. Most notably, he played Sgt. Eugene Tackleberry in the 1984 film Police Academy.
After Brink!, Graf appeared in the likes of The West Wing and Diagnosis Murder before his untimely passing at the age of 50 in 2001.
After playing the part of Kate Brinker, Katie Volding had limited roles in the acting world. Outside of minor parts in TV series, Volding is probably most well known for her portrayal of Katie Caldwell in the Au Pair film series.
This includes the first movie in 1999 and the 2009 installment Au Pair 3: Adventure in Paradise.