During the seven-year run of Sabrina, the Teenage Witch, we got to see Sabrina grow up, get her witch's license, meet a steady stream of celebrities, and change out friends and boyfriends like she changed costumes in the original open. But what has the Sabrina, the Teenage Witch cast been up to in the many years since TGIF and excellent '90s sitcoms passed into recent history?
Sabrina, played by the eternally-positive Melissa Joan Hart, her talking cat Salem, 600-year old aunts, and ever-evolving witchcraft skills made many of the show’s seasons super fun to watch. Getting to binge watch Sabrina the Teenage Witch, in retrospect, does point out the leaps in casting and story lines, but Sabrina will always be our favorite half-witch / half-mortal of the great 1990s era of television.So where are Aunt Zelda and Harvey Kinkle today? Maybe it’s time to take a trip down memory lane and see where the most memorable and beloved actors and actresses from the cast of Sabrina the Teenage Witch are now.
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Hart continued directing, focusing mainly on projects starring her sister Emily. She also directed a music video for Course of Nature, her husband’s band. She continued to star in family-friendly TV shows but did have a guest spot on Law & Order: SVU where she played a teacher accused of statutory rape.Her popular series Melissa & Joey, co-starring fellow '90s star Joey Lawrence, has been airing since 2010. Hart has also directed episodes of the series. Some of the Sabrina cast have also stopped by to guest on Melissa & Joey.
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Bakay has worked behind the announcer mic for nearly two decades, having voiced characters for live action and animated television, including The Simpsons, The Angry Beavers, and Mom. Bakay has written weekly columns for ESPN.com, NFL.com, and ESPN the Magazine.Besides appearing on the show, Bakay was part of the producing staff on The King of Queens and wrote and voiced The Adventures of Baxter and McGuire for Comedy Central. Bakay co-wrote Paul Blart: Mall Cop and Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 with Kevin James and has acted in various films and on TV shows, including That ‘70s Show, ’Til Death, and Zookeeper. see more on Nick Bakay