Tween sketch show All That was a staple of the Nickelodeon lineup in the 1990s. One of the program's most engaging stars was teen actress Lori Beth Denberg, who made her name in sketches like "The Loud Librarian" and "Vital Information," leading to Lori Beth and All That becoming inseparable. But what happened to Denberg in the years since she left the show?
Denberg still maintains her sharp wit and has garnered a few plum guest spots on notable TV shows. She's been a recurring cast member on The Steve Harvey Show, popped up in Workaholics, and was even in the movie Dodgeball. Currently working away at her own projects, Denberg is also an ordained minister who stays in touch with most of her All That pals - whether or not she's heard from Amanda Bynes is a different story.
She Became An Ordained Minister
She Appeared On 'The Steve Harvey Show' And 'Workaholics'Video: YouTube
If You Meet Her, She Won't Deliver Her Iconic Lines
There Was An 'All That' Reunion, But Amanda Bynes Wasn't Invited
She Is Raising Money To Produce A Short Film Called 'Lost Treasure Of The Valley'Video: YouTube
Denberg Reached Out To Troubled Co-Star Bynes On Twitter