Commercials have been an integral part of our culture since the advent of TV and radio. There's a reason why Super Bowl commercials are almost as anticipated as the actual football game. Sometimes an ad line or specific promotional campaign just seems to land in a perfect, timeless way.
Whether it's Wendy's iconic "Where's the Beef?" campaign, or a new beer ad with the hottest celebrity, commercials have a way of ingraining themselves in our pop culture - even more so than some movies or TV shows.
So what happened to the famous faces from some of the most memorable advertising campaigns? You'll be surprised to learn where these actors are now.
Diane Amos has been the Pine-Sol Lady since 1993. For over 20 years, she's been a knowledgeable and relatable spokesperson for the cleaning product, helping to make it a household name.
Eisenberg (pictured with her brother, actor Jesse Eisenberg) enjoyed a fairly successful career in movies and Broadway plays. After appearing in the 2010 indie, Holy Rollers, Eisenberg put her career on hold to attend college.
From 1963 to 1968, Donna Loren was Dr. Pepper's most prominent spokesperson. During her tenure, Loren promoted the company in print, TV, and radio appearances. She also performed live as a singer. She helped promote the brand alongside celebrities of the time.
This included stars such as Dick Clark, the Beach Boys, and more.