It's been a lifetime — no, really! — since Corey Feldman, Kirk Cameron, Tracey Gold, Alyssa Milano and more former child actors discovered superstardom back in the '80s. And a lot has happened to them since then! To celebrate the anniversary of a beloved child-star-packed '80s movie — "The Goonies," which came out in June 1985 — Wonderwall.com is taking a look at what your favorite child stars of the decade are up to now… Keep reading for more…
Corey Feldman, whose mother was a talent manager, launched his career with a McDonald's commercial when he was just a toddler. Countless TV commercials later, Corey scored his big break in 1979 in the "Bad News Bears" television series. In 1985, he sealed his place in pop culture history when he starred as Mouth in "The Goonies." Corey successfully petitioned to be emancipated from his parents at age 15 and became one of the biggest stars of the '80s after he starred in "Stand By Me" in 1986 and "The Lost Boys" in 1987.
Though Corey Feldman has continued acting since his glory days as a child star, he's yet to re-create his early success. In 2003, he starred in the VH1 reality TV show "The Surreal Life" and on the final episode married model-actress Susie Sprague, with whom he has a son, Zen. Their divorce was finalized in 2014. (Corey was previously married to actress Vanessa Marcil from 1989 to 1993.) A few years later, he teamed up with fellow child star and longtime friend Corey Haim — who died in 2010 of pneumonia and a heart condition — for the A&E reality series "The Two Coreys," but the production was plagued by Haim's drug use. In the early 2010s, the "Stand By Me" star competed on the U.K. reality series "Dancing On Ice," attempted to break into music and released his autobiography, "Coreyography," in which he recounts his struggles with addiction and claims that he was sexually abused by powerful people in Hollywood when he was a kid. He later named those abusers in 2017 during the fallout from the infamous Harvey Weinstein sexual misconduct scandal, telling "Today" that child agent Marty Weiss abused him and telling "Dr. Oz" that agent Alphy Hoffman and fellow actor Cloyd Jon Grissom also abused him. In January 2018, Corey himself came under fire when a woman filed charges against him for sexual assault, but by February, he had been cleared. Corey has been married to Courtney Anne Mitchell since November 2016. He most recently starred in 2018's "Corbin Nash."
Soleil Moon Frye made her acting debut at age 6 when she landed the titular role on "Punky Brewster." The hit NBC sitcom lasted for four seasons before being canceled in 1988.
Though Soleil Moon Frye continued acting after "Punky Brewster" came to an end, it wasn't until 2000 that she won her next big role as Melissa Joan Hart's best pal Roxie on "Sabrina the Teenage Witch," on which she starred until the show's end in 2003. The former child star discovered her second calling after marrying television producer Jason Goldberg, with whom she now has four children: daughters Poet and Jagger and sons Lyric and Story. In 2007, Soleil opened an eco-friendly children's boutique, The Little Seed, in Los Angeles. She's since published "Happy Chaos," an autobiography and parenting advice book and co-founded a party decoration kit company. In June 2019, it was announced that a "Punky Brewster" reboot starring Soleil as an all-grown-up version of her character was in the works.
Jeff Cohen started acting on television when he was just 9 years old. His big break came in 1985 when he was cast as Chunk in "The Goonies," in which he memorably performed the Truffle Shuffle. Jeff continued acting through the early '90s but his Hollywood career came to an end once he entered his teens, started playing high school football and lost his baby fat, making him practically unrecognizable.
With his acting days behind him, "The Goonies" star Jeff Cohen pursued a career behind the scenes as an entertainment lawyer. After studying business at the University of California, Berkeley, the former child star earned a law degree from UCLA. He co-founded boutique law firm Cohen Gardner LLP and in 2008 was named one of the top 35 entertainment executives under 35 by The Hollywood Reporter.
Kirk Cameron, whose parents were a teacher and a homemaker, began acting in commercials and on television at age 9. He racked up credits in made-for-TV movies but didn't score his first big break until 1985 when his role as Mike Seaver on "Growing Pains" made the 15-year-old actor a household name.
Kirk Cameron discovered religion as a teenager but sadly, his newfound beliefs caused problems on the set of "Growing Pains." The star demanded that scenes be rewritten to reflect his conservative values and even had one co-star fired when he learned she'd once posed for Playboy. The actress was replaced by Kirk's real-life girlfriend, Chelsea Noble, whom he wed in 1991. They now have four adopted and two biological children. The born-again Christian turned his attention to evangelical missions later in life. He co-founded The Way of the Master ministry and left Hollywood behind to work on faith-based projects like a 2005 film adaptation of the "Left Behind" series. One of his more recent projects, the 2014 Christian comedy "Saving Christmas," was destroyed by critics and even nabbed him the 2014 Golden Raspberry Award for worst picture and worst screenplay. In 2018, he appeared in a parenting documentary, "Connect."
Jonathan Ke Quan made his acting debut in 1984 as Short Round in "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom." The following year, he starred as Data in "The Goonies" and then appeared in "Together We Stand" before mostly leaving acting behind.
Jonathan Ke Quan has acted just a few times since the '80s. He reportedly studied at the University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts and the University of Manchester in the United Kingdom before going to work behind the scenes, serving as an assistant fight choreographer for "X-Men" in 2000 and "The One" in 2001. He most recently appeared onscreen in 2002's "Second Time Around."
Tracey Gold started acting at age 4 in the late '70s and made her big-screen debut in "Shoot the Moon" in 1982. Three years later, she made her major breakthrough when she was cast as Carol Seaver on "Growing Pains" at 16. But all was not well with the young actress, who'd been diagnosed with anorexia when she was just 11. Tracey went on to publicly battle her eating disorder for more than a decade. So where is she today?
Tracey Gold starred on "Growing Pains" until 1992. She's appeared in countless made-for-TV movies since then. In 1994, she wed Roby Marshall, with whom she shares four sons. In 2003, she released her autobiography, "Room to Grow: An Appetite for Life." The following year, Tracey was arrested for DUI after she rolled her SUV while driving drunk on a California highway with her husband and three oldest sons in the vehicle. Her most recent acting role was in the 2016 family film "All Hallows Eve," and she appeared as herself on the summer 2017 show "Battle of the Network Stars," which ran on ABC and pitted TV stars against one another.
Lukas Haas made his acting debut in "Testament" in 1983 and memorably starred as Samuel in "Witness" in 1985.
Lukas Haas has enjoyed a successful though quiet career since his child-star days, appearing in "Inception," "Transcendence," "Alpha Dog," "Brick" and more. In 2016, he appeared alongside BFF Leonardo DiCaprio in "The Revenant" and more recently starred in Steve McQueen's "Widows" in 2018. Next up, he'll appear in 2020's "The Violent Heart." Lukas has been romantically linked to Natalie Portman and Lindsay Lohan in the past, though he's mostly known for his friendship with Leo and for being part of the Oscar winner's entourage along with Tobey Maguire, Kevin Connolly and Ethan Suplee.
Jenny Lewis made her acting debut in 1985 at age 9. The following year, she was cast alongside Lucille Ball in the short-lived sitcom "Life with Lucy." But it wasn't until 1989 that she scored her real big break when she was cast as Hannah in "Troop Beverly Hills."
Jenny Lewis — who once romanced Jake Gyllenhaal and David Faustino — turned her attention to her music career in the '90s. The former child star sang lead vocals for indie rock group Rilo Kiley, which she formed with then-boyfriend Blake Sennett in 1998. The group took a hiatus when the couple called it quits and then disbanded for good in 2011. In 2010, Jenny teamed up with new boyfriend Johnathan Rice to form musical duo Jenny and Johnny. She's also released solo albums including 2014's "The Voyager," which featured singles "Just One of the Guys" and "She's Not Me." She's also been singing as part of a trio comprised of herself, Erika Foster of the group Au Revoir Simone and Tennessee Thomas from The Like. The group goes by the name Nice As F—. More recently, Jenny released her fourth solo album, 2019's "On the Line."
Actors Paul Gilbert and Barbara Crane, whose father created "The Honeymooners," adopted Melissa Gilbert when she was was just a few days old. Melissa joined the family business at an early age, appearing in commercials and on television until 1974 when she won the role of Laura Ingalls on "Little House on the Prairie." Melissa spent the next decade starring on the hit show, enjoying a Hollywood-worthy romance with rising star Rob Lowe, to whom she was briefly engaged, and discovering drugs and alcohol. She struggled with addiction for most of the next two decades.
Melissa Gilbert, who's been sober since 2004, has continued acting since the '80s, appearing predominantly in made-for-TV movies. In the early aughts, she served two terms as president of the Screen Actors Guild. In 2012, she competed on Season 14 of "Dancing With the Stars." The former child star romanced Tom Cruise, John Cusack, Scott Baio and Billy Idol and was married to actors Bo Brinkman (with whom she has son Dakota), Bruce Boxleitner (the father of her son Michael) and Timothy Busfield, whom she wed in April 2013 and now lives with in Michigan. Melissa threw her hat into the political arena in 2016 and ran for U.S. Congress in Michigan — she won! — but later had to drop out due to complications from head and neck injuries she'd sustained in a 2012 accident. In 2018, she starred in an off-off-Broadway limited-run production of the 2001 play "My Brilliant Divorce."
Keshia Knight Pulliam started acting at age 4 on "Sesame Street" and soon after won the role of Rudy Huxtable on "The Cosby Show." The following year, Keshia became the youngest actress to earn an Emmy nomination when she received a best supporting actress nod for her performance on the hit show.
As Keshia Knight Pulliam grew up and went to college, she continued acting, albeit sporadically, most notably in "Beauty Shop" in 2005 and on the TV series "Tyler Perry's House of Payne" from 2007 to 2012. Keshia, who resides in Atlanta, competed on reality show "Splash" in 2013 and "The Apprentice" in 2015. She most recently starred in the 2018 Lifetime movie "Jingle Belle." She married NFL player Ed Hartwell in 2016 but the relationship imploded just a few months later: They split that July while Keshia was pregnant with their first child. Though Ed claimed he was not the father, once daughter Ella was born in January 2017, a paternity test proved he indeed was her dad. Later that year, they made headlines with their custody squabble. In recent years, she's trained as a chef and launched a spice line under the Keshia's Kitchen label.
Alyssa Milano started her career at age 8 when she won a role in a touring production of "Annie." Roles in commercials and independent films followed until Alyssa scored her big break in 1984 at age 11 when she was cast as Samantha Micelli on "Who's the Boss?" Alyssa also famously romanced fellow '80s child star Corey Haim from 1987 to 1990.
Alyssa Milano turned to B-movie fare in the '90s but experienced a major second wind in 1998 when she joined the cast of "Charmed." Alyssa, who was briefly engaged to actor Scott Wolf and was married to Remy Zero rocker Cinjun Tate for 10 months in 1999, wed CAA agent David Bugliari in 2009. They welcomed a son, Milo Thomas, two years later. In 2014, Alyssa gave birth to their second child, daughter Elizabella. The following month, she announced her decision to leave the cast of "Mistresses" after the show's production relocated from Los Angeles — where she lives with her family — to Vancouver. Alyssa moved on, serving as host of "Project Runway: All Stars" and appearing on Netflix's "Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later." She currently stars as Coralee Armstrong on Netflix's "Insatiable." She's also credited with helping to bring back the #MeToo movement, which was initially founded by activist Tarana Burke, in the wake of 2017's Harvey Weinstein sexual misconduct scandal.
Emmanuel Lewis found fame at age 12 when he was cast as the titular character on "Webster" in 1983. Emmanuel, who shared a close friendship with the late Michael Jackson, starred on the hit series until 1989 and then practically retired from acting.
Emmanuel Lewis, who studied at Clark Atlanta University after he left Hollywood behind, found his second calling as a reality TV star in 2003 on VH1's "The Surreal Life." Unfortunately, that gig wasn't enough to pay the bills: According to TMZ, in late 2012, the former child star owed more than $44,000 in back taxes and his Georgia home was foreclosed on. He most recently appeared on a 2013 episode of "Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis."
Molly Ringwald started her acting career in stage productions and quickly transitioned to television. In 1979, she appeared on two episodes of "Diff'rent Strokes" and in spin-off "The Facts of Life." Molly was just 15 years old in 1983 when she earned a Golden Globe nomination for her big-screen debut in "Tempest." The following year, she achieved America's sweetheart status with her portrayal of Samantha Baker in "Sixteen Candles." The redhead, a member of the Brat Pack, went on to become one of the most sought-after young actresses of the '80s.
Molly Ringwald has continued acting since her days as an '80s child star, though she's yet to re-create her early success. From 2008 to 2013, she starred on ABC Family's "The Secret Life of the American Teenager." She's also written two books — the memoir "Getting the Pretty Back" and the fiction collection "When It Happens to You." After her marriage of four years to French writer Valéry Lameignère ended in 2002, Molly wed another writer, Panio Gianopoulos, with whom she has three children. These days, Molly can be seen on the wildly popular CW show "Riverdale," on which she plays Mary Andrews.
Ricky Schroeder made his big-screen debut at age 9 in the 1979 film "The Champ," for which he won the Golden Globe for new star of the year. From 1982 to 1987, the Brooklyn native starred as Ricky Stratton on "Silver Spoons."
Ricky Schroeder appeared in countless made-for-TV movies throughout the '90s before enjoying a three-year run on "NYPD Blue." The former child star continues to act regularly on television and even starred on a season of "24." In 1992, he married interior designer Andrea Bernard, with whom he has four children. (They split in 2016.) Daughter Cambrie starred alongside her dad in the Hallmark movie "Our Wild Hearts" (those TV movies seem to be Ricky's bread and butter these days). More recently, he starred in "Dolly Parton's Coat of Many Colors" in 2015 and the 2016 follow-up, "Dolly Parton's Christmas of Many Colors: Circle of Love." In April 2019, Ricky was arrested twice for suspicion of domestic violence following altercations with his girlfriend.
Fred Savage started acting on television at age 9 and quickly transitioned to film roles in 1986 with "The Boy Who Could Fly" and "The Princess Bride." He scored his big break in 1988 when he won the role of Kevin Arnold on "The Wonder Years," for which he earned two Emmy and two Golden Globe nominations.
Fred Savage continued acting occasionally after "The Wonder Years" ended in 1993 — most notably appearing in a small role in "Austin Powers: Goldmember" in 2002. He returned to television in the sitcom "The Grinder" alongside Rob Lowe in 2015, though it only ran for one season. The former child star has enjoyed a much more bountiful career as a television director, working on everything from "Modern Family" and "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" to "2 Broke Girls" and "Party Down." In 2019, it was announced that he will host an upcoming parody series called "What Just Happened??! with Fred Savage." In 2004, he wed childhood friend Jennifer Lynn Stone, with whom he has three children. Fred's name made headlines for the wrong reasons in 2018 when he was accused of harassment by a costume designer on his since-canceled series "The Grinder." Fred and the network vehemently denied her claims, and the lawsuit against him was dismissed in April 2019.
Danica McKellar started acting at age 10 and quickly scored her big break when she won the role of Fred Savage's onscreen love, Winnie Cooper, on "The Wonder Years" in 1988. Though the California native continued acting after the hit series came to an end, she's yet to re-create her early success.
In 1998, Danica McKellar graduated summa cum laude from UCLA, where she studied mathematics. She's since published four books about mathematics and female empowerment. In 2009, she married composer Mike Verta, with whom she has a son, Draco, but their marriage ended in divorce in 2013. The former child star, who appeared in the music video for Avril Lavigne's "Rock N Roll" and competed on the 18th season of "Dancing With the Stars," married Scott Sveslosky in 2014. She currently voices characters on Cartoon Network's "Young Justice."
Jason Bateman, whose father was actor-writer-director Kent Bateman, made his acting debut at age 12 on "Little House on the Prairie." He went on to appear on '80s staples like "Silver Spoons" and "The Hogan Family" and even took over the lead role in the sequel to "Teen Wolf," "Teen Wolf Too." Jason might have achieved teen idol status in the mid-'80s, but by the end of the decade, the actor, who struggled with drug and alcohol abuse, had slipped out of the public eye.
Jason Bateman's role on "Arrested Development," for which he earned two Emmy nominations and a Golden Globe Award, helped him return to prominence in 2003. With his drinking under control, he went on to find major success in Hollywood headlining comedies such as "Horrible Bosses," "The Switch," "Identity Thief" and "Central Intelligence." In 2001, Jason wed actress Amanda Anka, with whom he has two daughters. More recently, Jason was seen on the big screen in 2018's "Game Night." He currently stars as Marty Byrde on Netflix's "Ozark," a role that won him a SAG Award for best male actor in 2019.
Tiffany Renee Darwish was discovered in her native California during the early '80s. The singer, who came in second on "Star Search," shot to fame in 1987 when her remake of Tommy James and the Shondells' "I Think We're Alone Now" hit No. 1 on the charts. The 16-year-old pop star famously embarked on a nationwide mall tour and her album hit No. 1 too. But all was not well for the teen idol: Her manager and family dragged her to court in a heated battle for control of her career, and Tiffany failed to declare herself an emancipated minor. Sadly, the controversy took a toll on Tiffany's career and as the '80s faded away, so too did her popularity.
Tiffany, who posed nude for Playboy in 2002, enjoyed moderate fame after her debut album but never quite re-created her early success. In 1991, she married makeup artist Bulmaro Garcia, with whom she has a son, Elija. She married Benn George after her first marriage ended. The singer has appeared on multiple celebrity reality TV series including "Celebrity Fit Club," "Celebrity Wife Swap," "Hulk Hogan's Celebrity Championship Wrestling" and "Rachael vs. Guy: Celebrity Cook-Off," plus a pair of Syfy made-for-TV movies, "Mega Piranha" and "Mega Python vs. Gatoroid." Most recently, she took on another reality show when she joined the Australian version of "I'm a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here," only to be eliminated first after just 16 days in the jungle. In 2018, she released a new album, "Pieces of Me," via her own label, Go On Then Records.
Todd Bridges, whose parents were a talent agent and an actress, started appearing on television when he was just 8 years old. He scored his first big break in 1978 when he won the role of Willis Jackson on "Diff'rent Strokes." His eight-year stint on the show helped him rise to fame as a teen in the '80s, but his personal demons quickly began to overshadow his career success: In 1988, Todd, who struggled with crack cocaine addiction, was arrested for the attempted murder of a Los Angeles drug dealer. The former child star was acquitted of the crime, but he'd find himself in court again years later…
In 1993, Todd Bridges landed in court again when he stabbed a man in the chest with a kitchen knife after the man attacked him with a sword during an altercation. Charges against the former child star were dropped after it was determined that he acted in self defense. Todd has continued acting since the '80s, most notably on the sitcom "Everybody Hates Chris" from 2007 to 2009, though he's never experienced another hit like "Diff'rent Strokes." He's slated to appear in the 2019 horror flick "A Psycho's Path." Todd, who split from wife Dori in 2012, has two children: daughter Bo, from a previous relationship, and son Spencir, who followed in his father's child-star footsteps with roles in "Daddy Day Camp" and "iCarly."
Drew Barrymore, who comes from a long line of Hollywood stars, shot to fame in 1982 at age 6 in "E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial." She went on to star in "Firestarter" and "Irreconcilable Differences," for which she earned a Golden Globe nomination, plus countless other projects before her problems with drug and alcohol abuse almost derailed her career. Drew ran away from home, attempted suicide and landed in rehab three times before the age of 15. Fortunately, she got clean in 1989 and went on to become one of the biggest stars in Hollywood.
Drew Barrymore, who published the autobiography "Little Girl Lost" in 1990, became an emancipated minor in 1991. The romantic-comedy queen has countless hits under her belt and even scored an Emmy nomination and a Golden Globe Award for her work in HBO's "Grey Gardens." Drew most recently starred on the Netflix series "The Santa Clarita Diet" and has been running her own makeup and lifestyle lines, Flower Beauty and Flower Home. She's famously romanced co-stars Luke Wilson and Justin Long plus Strokes drummer Fabrizio Moretti and director Spike Jonze and has been married three times — to Los Angeles bar owner Jeremy Thomas, comedian Tom Green and art consultant Will Kopelman — but all of those marriages ended in divorce. Drew shares daughters Olive and Frankie with Will.
Wil Wheaton started acting in commercials and on television at age 7 but didn't score his first big break until 1986 when he starred in "Stand By Me." The next year, Wil won the role of Ensign Wesley Crusher on "Star Trek: The Next Generation," on which he starred until 1994. But when the series came to an end, the former child star left Hollywood behind.
Wil Wheaton relocated to Topeka, Kansas, where he worked for a technology company before eventually returning to Hollywood. In addition to his work as a voice actor, the avid blogger and early Twitter user hosts podcasts, appears in Web series and even occasionally played a version of himself on "The Big Bang Theory." In 1999, he married hairstylist Anne Prince, who has two children from a previous relationship. In 2014, he hosted one season of the SyFy talk show "The Wil Wheaton Project" before it was canceled. Nowadays, in addition to his voice work, he hosts a YouTube board game show called "TableTop."
In the late '80s, Joey McIntyre became the youngest member of New Kids on the Block when he replaced Jamie Kelley just before his 13th birthday. The group released six albums, including two No. 1s, before breaking up in 1994.
Joey McIntyre released several solo albums, acted occasionally on television and even enjoyed a moderately successful career on Broadway before New Kids on the Block reunited in 2008. In 2003, he wed real estate agent Barrett Williams, with whom he has three children. He appeared on one season of "The McCarthys" on CBS before it was canceled in 2015 and followed that up with another acting gig, appearing on an episode of Netflix's "Fuller House" alongside all of the other NKOTB members in 2016. Joey started his own podcast the following year titled "The Move with Joey McIntyre," which is centered around asking guests about their most memorable moving experiences. In 2019, he returned to Broadway as the character Dr. Pomatter in the musical "Waitress."
Debbie Gibson sang in the Metropolitan Opera House's children's chorus at age 8 before recording her debut album, "Out of the Blue," in 1987. Debbie was just a teenager when her single "Foolish Beat" hit No. 1. Her second album, "Electric Youth," was a hit as well, but after the '80s came to an end, Debbie quietly slipped out of the spotlight.
Though Debbie Gibson has released seven more albums since the end of the '80s, she's yet to re-create her early success. The singer-actress appears regularly on Broadway and in other musical productions on the stage, and she even competed on "Skating With Celebrities" in 2006 and "The Apprentice" in 2012. The '80s star, who posed nude for Playboy in 2005, appeared in "Rock of Ages" and the music video for Katy Perry's "Last Friday Night," plus teamed up with contemporary Tiffany in Syfy's "Mega Python vs. Gatoroid." From there, she continued to act, starring in the Hallmark Channel film "Summer of Dreams" in 2016 before dabbling in reality TV once again when she joined the cast of "Dancing With the Stars" in 2017 (she came in 12th place). In 2014, Debbie, who has a longterm boyfriend named Rutledge Taylor, opened up about her painful battle with Lyme disease. She made headlines in April 2018 for getting a star on the Palm Springs Walk of Stars and more recently started touring with other '80s acts such as Salt-N-Pepa and New Kids On The Block.
Noah Hathaway began acting in commercials as a toddler and scored his big break at age 7 in 1978's "Battlestar Galactica." Noah achieved cult status in 1984 when he portrayed Atreyu in "The Neverending Story." Though he continued acting throughout the '80s, the onetime child star eventually turned his attention to martial arts and dance. He taught jazz and street dance until an injury forced him to retire at age 18.
Since leaving Hollywood behind, Noah Hathaway has worked a series of jobs from bartending and selling real estate to working as a mortgage loan officer and teaching combat-training classes for airline employees. He even popped up on a Spotify commercial, reprising his most famous role. These days it seems he enjoys a relatively normal life and keeps busy designing custom motorcycles. He has two sons with his wife, Sameerah.
David Moscow only had one television credit under his belt when he won the role of young Josh in the Tom Hanks hit "Big" at age 14. David went on to appear in "Live-In" and "Living Dolls" in 1989.
David Moscow, who was engaged to Kerry Washington before she became a household name, found a surprise hit with the musical "Newsies" in 1992. The former child actor keeps a relatively low profile but went on to appear on the sitcom "Zoe, Duncan, Jack & Jane" and in the films "Just Married," "Honey" and "Riding in Cars With Boys." He later switched gears and transitioned to working behind the camera as a producer and director. For his directorial debut, the 2018 thriller "Desolation," he used Kickstarter to raise money. He married Karen Riotoc in 2014.
Tina Yothers, whose father was a television producer, started acting in commercials and on television as a toddler. She scored her first big break in 1982 when she was just 9 with the role of Jennifer Keaton on "Family Ties." Tina appeared on the show until 1989, but after that, the Hollywood roles mostly dried up.
After "Family Ties" ended, Tina Yothers dyed her hair black, wrote an autobiographical advice book for girls and formed a band, Jaded, with her brother, Cory Yothers. She also married electrician Robert Kaiser, with whom she has three children, including his daughter from a previous relationship. The former child star has since appeared on reality shows "Celebrity Fit Club," Celebrity Wife Swap" and "What Not to Wear" though in 2015, she confirmed to Entertainment Weekly that she's a stay-at-home mom.
Brice Beckham quickly transitioned from school plays to television roles in the mid-'80s. At age 9 in 1985, he scored his big break as Wesley T. Owens on "Mr. Belvedere."
Today, Brice Beckham continues to act, but he never really found another hit like "Mr. Belvedere." He was on 2007's "I Hate My 30s" and more recently starred on the online series "Hug It Out" in 2017 and the TV series "Fortune Rookie" in 2018. The actor is pretty active on social media, where he interacts with fans and shares plenty of throwback pics. He shared this Instagram selfie with his old "Mr. Belvedere" co-star Rob Stone in 2018.
Tiffany Brissette appeared on "Webster" at age 10 and scored her big break in 1985 when she won the role of child robot Vicki on "Small Wonder." Tiffany appeared in a few episodes of "Equal Justice" after her hit series came to an end in 1989 but ultimately, she opted to say goodbye to Hollywood.
With her acting days behind her, Tiffany Brissette reportedly earned a psychology degree from Westmont College in Santa Barbara, California, and worked as a nanny. She caught up with ABC News in 2007 when she was living on a horse farm in Boulder, Colorado, and attending nursing school, but little is known about the former child star — who supposedly moved to San Diego — these days.
Danny Lloyd was just 5 years old when he starred as adorably spooky Danny Torrance in "The Shining" in 1980. He acted just once more — in a 1982 made-for-TV movie — before he quietly left Hollywood behind.
Though he continued auditioning for years, Danny Lloyd eventually gave up acting when he was 14. He went to college, worked at Walmart and drove a tractor on a hog farm, according to New York's Daily News. "I lead a pretty normal life now," he told the newspaper in 2013. Danny, who's married with six children, now works as a teacher.