"Victorious" is turning 10! Yep, on March 27, 2020, the show celebrates the 10th anniversary of its premiere. In honor of the popular Nickelodeon series' big milestone, Wonderwall.com is taking a look at what happened to some of our favorite actors who starred on the iconic channel. First up? Victoria Justice, who brought talented teen Tori Vega to life on "Victorious" for four seasons. The show, which followed her adventures at performing arts high school Hollywood Arts, famously helped launched the spinoff "Sam & Cat" on which Tori's pal Cat Valentine (played by Ariana Grande) moved on to start a babysitting business. Keep reading to find out where Victoria is today — and to get the scoop on more Nickelodeon kid stars…
Victoria Justice is still busy in Hollywood. Since leaving "Victorious" in 2013, she's lent her voice to shows like "The Penguins of Madagascar" and "Robot Chicken." She also starred on MTV's "Eye Candy" in 2015 and more recently made appearances on "American Housewife" in 2018 and "50 States of Fright" in 2020. But her biggest role to date has to be playing Janet Weiss in the 2016 FOX version of "The Rocky Horror Picture Show." As for her private life? Since "Victorious" wrapped, she's been romantically linked to actors Ryan Rottman, Pierson Fodé and Reeve Carney, from whom she split in 2019.
Nick Cannon started out on Nickelodeon's sketch-comedy show "All That" and eventually got his own self-titled spinoff show.
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Since his days on Nickelodeon, Nick Cannon has grown into a super-successful rapper, DJ, actor and TV host on shows like "America's Got Talent," which he left in 2017. He currently still hosts "Wild 'N Out," which he launched in 2005, and "The Masked Singer," which he started hosting in 2019. In 2014, Nick split from wife Mariah Carey, with whom he shares twins Moroccan and Monroe. He also welcomed another child, son Golden, with former girlfriend Brittany Bell in 2017.
In 1991, Melissa Joan Hart started out on Nickelodeon's "Clarissa Explains It All." She played an average teen going through everyday ups and downs.
In 1996, Melissa Joan Hart landed a new series, "Sabrina the Teenage Witch," which was a huge hit and stayed on the air until 2003. She moved on to another successful sitcom — "Melissa & Joey" — and stayed there from 2010 to 2015. She also headlined the 1999 teen rom-com "Drive Me Crazy" and countless made-for-TV movies. Melissa starred in the 2016 Christian-themed film "God's Not Dead 2" and more recently starred on the 2019 Netflix sitcom "No Good Nick." In 2003, the former child star wed musician Mark Wilkerson, with whom she has three boys: Mason, Brady and Tucker.
In 2009, youngster Ariana Grande nabbed the role of Cat Valentine on the Nickelodeon show "Victorious." When that series ended, she got her own spinoff, "Sam & Cat." But acting wasn't her only calling…
Since dropping her debut album in 2013, Ariana Grande has become a pop sensation. She's since released four more mega-successful albums including 2019's "Thank U, Next." She's also been on four very profitable world tours. Aside from dominating the music world, Ariana's also been in some high-profile relationships — including with late rapper Mac Miller from 2016 to 2018 and comedian Pete Davidson for five months in 2018.
Pop star Britney Spears' baby sister, Jamie Lynn Spears, wanted to be in the biz too. She started off acting on Nickelodeon's "All That" before landing a role on the network's "Zoey 101" in 2005.
Jamie Lynn Spears went on to appear on ABC Family's "Miss Guided" before getting pregnant at 16. After taking time away from the spotlight to raise daughter Maddie Aldridge, she released a country music single, "How Could I Want More," in 2013 followed by an EP, "The Journey." Next up for the star? A return to acting in the upcoming Netflix series "Sweet Magnolias." In 2014, Jamie Lynn married Jamie Watson, with whom she welcomed daughter Ivey in 2018.
Kenan Thompson debuted his comedic chops as a teenager on Nickelodeon's "All That" and in 1996, he landed the spinoff "Kenan & Kel" with acting sidekick Kel Mitchell.
Kenan Thompson teamed up with Kel Mitchell again for the 1997 comedy "Good Burger." Post-Nickelodeon, he appeared in several TV shows including "Felicity" (he was Elena's love interest for four episodes), a handful of films and in 2003 scored a spot on "Saturday Night Live." Kenan — the longest tenured cast member in the show's history — won a Primetime Emmy for his work on "SNL" in 2018. In 2011, the comedian married model Christina Evangeline, with whom he welcomed daughters in 2014 and 2018.
Like his buddy Kenan Thompson, Kel Mitchell started out on Nickelodeon's sketch-comedy show "All That" and went on to star on spinoff "Kenan & Kel." We can't ever forget his deep love for orange soda.
After the 1997 comedy "Good Burger," Kel Mitchell lent his voice to the 2000 cartoon "Clifford the Big Red Dog" and has since gone on to land small roles on TV. He went back to his "All That" roots in June 2019, serving as an executive producer alongside former co-star Kenan Thompson on the show's reboot featuring a new cast of kids (he also occasionally made appearances on the series). More recently, Kel competed on season 28 of "Dancing with the Stars" in 2019 and came in second place alongside pro partner Witney Carson. In 2004, the former child star parted ways with Tyisha Hampton, his wife of six years with whom he has kids Lyric and Allure. In 2012, he wed rapper-designer Asia Lee. The two welcomed daughter Wisdom in 2017.
Julia Roberts' niece, Emma Roberts, got her start as a youngster on the Nickelodeon series "Unfabulous" in 2004. And my oh my, how she's matured since then.
Emma Roberts went on to star in movies like "Scream 4" and "We're the Millers" alongside Jennifer Aniston. She returned to TV on "American Horror Story" in 2013 and more recently starred on the anthology series' 2019 season. She also starred on "Scream Queens" from 2015 to 2016. Her latest movie is 2020's "The Hunt." Despite having a violent public argument with actor boyfriend Evan Peters in 2013, they worked out their issues and got engaged later that year, though ultimately split in 2019. The same year, she and actor Garrett Hedlund went public with their romance.
Meagan Good had already starred in films like "Friday" when she landed a role on Nickelodeon's "Cousin Skeeter" in 1999.
Since her days on Nickelodeon, Meagan Good has appeared in a slew of hit movies like "The Love Guru," "Think Like a Man" and "Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues." She also starred on the short-lived 2015 television reboot of "Minority Report" and popped up on three episodes of "Code Black" in 2016. More recently, she did a stint on FOX's "Star" in 2018 and "Prodigal Son" in 2020. In 2012, the former child star and preacher-writer-producer DeVon Franklin tied the knot.
Little Miranda Cosgrove had already starred in the 2003 film "School of Rock" with Jack Black before hitting it big on Nickelodeon shows like "Drake & Josh" and "iCarly."
In 2010, Miranda Cosgrove released her first album, "Sparks Fly," while continuing to act. But in 2012, she decided to go back to school and enrolled at the University of Southern California to get her degree. Since then, she's also gotten into voice work, lending her voice to movies like the "Despicable Me" franchise. More recently, she popped up on a 2020 episode of "The Goldbergs."
Before becoming well known on Nickelodeon's "Drake & Josh" in 2004, Josh Peck made appearances on the network's "The Amanda Show" with Amanda Bynes.
My, has Josh Peck changed! The slimmed-down star lent his voice to the 2009 film "Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs" and 2012's "Ice Age: Continental Drift." The same year, he also starred alongside Chris Hemsworth in "Red Dawn." He had a role on "Grandfathered" from 2015 to 2016 (and former Nickelodeon co-star Drake Bell even stopped by for an episode!), lent his voice to "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" from 2013 to 2017 and had a quick gig on "Fuller House" in 2018. He married longtime girlfriend Paige O'Brien in 2017. They welcomed their first child, son Max, in 2018.
Like his "Drake & Josh" co-star Josh Peck, Drake Bell (left) also appeared on Nickelodeon's "The Amanda Show."
Drake Bell scored a role in the 1996 film "Jerry Maguire" and has continued to act on the big and small screens since. He's also released three studio albums. Drake reunited with "Drake & Josh" co-star Josh Peck for a 2016 episode of "Grandfathered." But it hasn't been all smooth sailing for the actor, who in 2014 filed for bankruptcy. He's also been arrested for DUI twice: first in 2009 and again in December 2015.
Keke Palmer made a name for herself on "True Jackson, VP" on Nickelodeon in 2008.
After starring on Nickelodeon, Keke Palmer made guest appearances on shows like "Grey's Anatomy" and "90210." She's been on fixture on TV ever since, with gigs on "Scream Queens" from 2015 to 2016, "Berlin Station" from 2016 to 2019, "Star" from 2017 to 2019, and more recently on the TV series "Scream" in 2019 — the same year she started hosting the daytime talk show "Strahan, Sara and Keke" on ABC. She also had a role in the smash hit "Hustlers" in 2019. When it comes to her personal life, Keke most recently was linked to actor Elvin Jackson.
Who could forget Larisa Oleynik, who played a teen with strange powers in the 1994-1998 Nickelodeon series "The Secret World of Alex Mack"?
After playing Alex Mack, Larisa Oleynik scored a role in the "The Baby-Sitters Club" and the popular teen movie "10 Things I Hate About You." She also appeared on the hit 1996 series "3rd Rock From the Sun" as well as on "Pretty Little Liars," "Hawaii 5-0" and "Mad Men" and popped up in a 2016 episode of "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit." More recently, you can see her on "The Healing Powers of Dude" on Netflix.