From "Saved By the Bell" to "Full House," the '90s were full of fun television — with plenty of eye candy! Wonderwall.com is rounding up some of our favorite '90s TV crushes and investigating where they ended up today, starting with Erik Von Detten! He rose to fame in the early '90s playing Nicholas Alamain on "Days of Our Lives" before starring in the popular Disney Channel movie "Brink!" and eventually settling into a role on the ABC show "Odd Man Out." But where is Erik today? Keep reading to check in on him and all the rest of your favorite '90s TV hotties!
Erik Von Detten is all grown up! He largely left Hollywood behind, aside from reprising his role voicing Sid in "Toy Story 3" in 2010 and popping up in a Jessie James music video in 2009. Erik returned to the red carpet in 2016 for the premiere of the Disney Channel's "Adventures in Babysitting" movie. Otherwise, Erik has kept a very low profile. Not much is known about his personal life, but he does tend to pop up on sister Andrea's Instagram pretty often!
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All the girls wanted to be her, and all the guys wanted to date her! "Saved By the Bell" character Kelly Kapowski, played by Tiffani Thiessen, was one of the biggest hotties of the '90s. What's the Bayside High beauty up to today?
Tiffani Thiessen has continued to act on television since her days hanging at The Max. She did a stint on "Beverly Hills, 90210," appeared in numerous TV movies and starred on USA's "White Collar" from 2009 to 2014. More recently, she can be seen on her very own food show, the Cooking Network's "Dinner with Tiffani." She's been happily married to actor Brady Smith since 2005. The couple have two children together — daughter Harper and son Holt.
David Charvet was one of the hotties on the beach on "Baywatch." The actor played Matt Brody from 1992 to 1996.
David Charvet eventually graduated from "Baywatch" to another soapy drama with beautiful people, "Melrose Place," in the late '90s. He landed a few more acting gigs throughout the '00s but has largely stayed out of the Hollywood spotlight. In recent years, the Malibu resident and real estate aficionado has been working as a partner at Jones Builders Group, which creates bespoke luxury homes in the Los Angeles area. He married Brooke Burke-Charvet in 2011. They share daughter Heaven and son Shaya.
As the spunky Clarissa on Nickelodeon's "Clarissa Explains It All," Melissa Joan Hart was one of the biggest teen stars of the '90s.
Melissa Joan Hart has work steadily since her Nickelodeon days, from "Sabrina the Teenage Witch" to "Melissa and Joey" alongside fellow '90s crush Joey Lawrence (don't worry, he's up next!). In 2003, she married musician Mark Wilkerson, with whom she went on to have three boys — Mason, Braydon and Tucker.
Who didn't have a crush on Joey Russo on "Blossom"?! Joey Lawrence brought the hunky character to life and made himself a mainstay in mags like Tiger Beat and Bop throughout the '90s.
Joey Lawrence — who looks almost exactly the same minus that head of hair — has worked steadily since earning heartthrob status on "Blossom." The actor appeared on "Brotherly Love" in the late '90s with his real-life brothers, Matthew and Andrew, and starred with Melissa Joan Hart on "Melissa & Joey" for five years. Most recently, he was seen on another '90s crush's show — New Kids on the Block's Joey McIntyre's 2017 series "Return of the Mac." Joey is currently settled with his second wife, Chandie Yawn-Nelson, with whom he shares two daughters, Liberty and Charleston.
Everyone knows where Mary Camden ended up, but what about Lucy? Beverley Mitchell starred alongside Jessica Biel on "7th Heaven" in the '90s. What is she up to now?
Beverley Mitchell hopped from one family drama to another! She starred on "The Secret Life of the American Teenager" from 2011 to 2013 and has popped up on a handful of television movies since then. She married accountant Michael Cameron in 2008. The happy couple are parents to daughter Kenzie and son Hutton.
Steve was certainly crushworthy on "Full House." Scott Weinger played D.J. Tanner's adorable boyfriend from 1991 to 1995.
Scott Weinger is still playing Steve! Though he landed bit roles on several other shows over the years — and voiced "Aladdin" back in the '90s — he's been reprising his role as Steve on "Fuller House" since 2016. He married TV producer Rina Mimoun in 2008 — 10 years after graduating magna cum laude from Harvard with a degree in English and American literature. The couple welcomed a son, Mischa, the following year.
Jenna von Oy portrayed precocious, cool, fast-talking Six on "Blossom" in the '90s.
After starring on "Blossom," Jenna von Oy continued acting and ventured into a new field — voice work. She voiced characters on kid shows like "Pepper Ann" and "The Parkers," but hasn't been acting since her last role in the 2012 Christian film "Lukewarm." In her personal life, Jenna wed computer consultant Brad Bratcher in 2010. The two went on to have two daughters, Gray and Marlowe.
Baby-faced Joseph Gordon-Levitt starred as Tommy Solomon on "3rd Rock From the Sun" in the late '90s and landed himself on many teens' bedroom walls and lockers.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt continued to flourish in Hollywood, making the transition from child actor to bona fide movie star with ease. He's even earned two Golden Globe nominations — one for 2009's "500 Days of Summer" and one for 2011's "50/50." He married robot scientist Tasha McCauley in 2014 and they welcomed a son in August 2015. In May 2017, the couple confirmed that they're expecting their second child.
Candace Cameron played D.J. Tanner, one of America's favorite teens of the '90s, on the mega-successful sitcom "Full House." But where did the cutie end up?
Like her adorable on-screen boyfriend Steve (Scott Weinger), the actress — who now goes by Candace Cameron-Bure — is acting on Netflix's "Fuller House" reboot, reprising her role as D.J. Candace married young, tying the knot with hockey star Valeri Bure in 1996. The two have three children: daughter Natasha and sons Lev and Maksim.
For those who tended to have a thing for the nerdy types, Jaleel White's Steve Urkel on "Family Matters" was certainly crushworthy. But where's Jaleel today?
Jaleel White has been a fixture on the small screen since starring on one of ABC's TGIF favorites for years, landing bit roles on dozens of television shows. When it comes to his personal life, Jaleel never truly settled down, but does have a daughter, Samaya, with an ex-girlfriend.
Remember Stephanie Tanner's bad-girl bud Gia on "Full House"? Marla Sokoloff played the cool-girl troublemaker in the mid-90s before moving on to another popular '90s show, "Party of Five."
Marla Sokoloff found herself on even more popular TV series later on in her career: She starred on "The Practice" from 1998 to 2004 and did stints on shows like "Desperate Housewives," "Drop Dead Diva" and "The Fosters" after that. She even stepped back into Gia's shoes on "Fuller House" in 2016. As for her personal life, she dated a pretty big name back in the late '90s and early '00s — James Franco. Once those two split, Marla moved on with musician Alec Puro. The happy couple share two daughters, Elliotte and Olive.
While some girls were Dawson Leery ladies, we were firmly team Pacey! Joshua Jackson starred as the lovable sidekick on "Dawson's Creek" in the late '90s.
Joshua Jackson has remained in the spotlight since winning Joey Potter's heart on "Dawson's Creek." He's been lucky enough to land roles on successful shows like "Fringe" from 2008 to 2013 and, more recently, "The Affair," where he has starred as Cole Lockhart since 2014. The actor is also still eligible, having split from his girlfriend of 10 years, Diane Kruger, in 2016.