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By Rebecca Silverstein
There are some celebs who get famous and then never leave the spotlight. (We're looking at you, Jennifer Aniston.) There are others who reach their apex of fame and then sort of fade away, by choice or by force. Let's take a look at where some of yesterday's People's Choice Awards winners are today.
Then: Is there any surprise that teen heartthrob and "The Wonder Years" star Fred Savage, then 16, was the people's pick for Favorite Young TV Performer in 1991?
Now: Fred went to Stanford University and graduated in 1999. He and his wife, childhood friend Jennifer Lynn Stone, have two kids: Oliver, 5, and Lily, 3. Professionally, Fred, now 35, is behind the camera more than in front of it these days. He's directed various episodes of "Hannah Montana," "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia," "Modern Family" and "2 Broke Girls." He will, however, voice Alien Axis Bounty Hunter in "Men in Black III."