All That was ahead of its time in so many ways. It featured a diverse cast of talented young actors who were adept at sketch comedy and satire. If you've ever wondered where that loveable cast ended up, you might be surprised at the trajectories of their respective careers. Years have passed, but many of the actors still perform.
The beloved Nickelodeon series was on the air for 10 years and employed a bunch of youngsters over that time span. There were a dozen or so at the core of the show, though, that were particularly hard to forget.
Read on to see what those cooky kid actors are doing in their adult years.
All That was one of Kenan Thompson's first professional acting jobs and he made quite the impression. His most famous contributions to the show include the "Good Burger" skits, which were eventually turned into a motion picture.
After All That, Thompson did a few movies and television appearances before joining the cast of SNL. There he continues to keep America in stitches every week. He's also passing along the All That torch by producing a new kids' sketch comedy series.
Birthplace: Atlanta, Georgia, United States of America
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Amanda Bynes made her debut on All That and remained with the show for four years. Afterwards, she appeared in several high-profile movies like Hairspray and even starred in a televised sitcom.
Personal problems took over, though, and by the early 2010s, Bynes was struggling with both drugs and mental health issues. She has taken an indefinite hiatus from performing and currently attends fashion school.
Birthplace: Thousand Oaks, California, United States of America
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Another household name, Nick Cannon got his start on All That as well. Known for characters like LaTanya the convenience store clerk and Sweaty Spice, Cannon has since become a television host, singer, comedian, and businessman. These are just a few of his job titles.
He has three children and is divorced from pop star Mariah Carey.
Birthplace: San Diego, California, United States of America
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She may be the lesser-known Spears sister, but Jamie Lynn was center stage on All That. Her most famous character was probably Thelma Stump - the very old woman who was, inexplicably, the show's backstage security guard. When All That came to an end, Spears starred in Zoey 101, which ran for three years.
After becoming a mother, Spears got married in 2014.
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