"Sabrina the Teenage Witch" was a staple back in ABC's "T.G.I.F." days as fans tuned in to watch the teenager harness her magical powers. In honor of the 15th anniversary of the show's finale, which aired way back on April 24, 2003, we're checking in to see where the crew from Westbridge is today! Keep reading for more…
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Melissa Joan Hart brought Sabrina Spellman — a teenager who discovers she has magical powers at age 16 — to life on "Sabrina the Teenage Witch."
"Clarissa Explains It All" alum Melissa Joan Hart never quite duplicated her "Sabrina the Teenage Witch" success, but her ABC Family sitcom with fellow '90s darling Joey Lawrence, "Melissa & Joey," did well when it aired from 2010 until 2015. She's also starred in several made-for-TV Christmas movies and in recent years has started directing (her credits include a remake of "The Watcher in the Woods" for Lifetime and an episode of "The Goldbergs"). But she's not done with acting yet: In March 2018, The Hollywood Reporter confirmed that a "Clarissa" reboot is in the works at Nickelodeon (MJH will play Clarissa as a mom with a young family). In her personal life, Melissa has been happily married to musician Mark Wilkerson since 2003. The two share three sons: Mason, born in 2006; Braydon, born in 2008; and Tucker, born in 2012.
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Who could forget hunky Harvey Kinkle? Nate Richert played Sabrina's boyfriend and all-around soulmate through nearly the entire run of "Sabrina the Teenage Witch."
Nate Richert really didn't work much after "Sabrina the Teenage Witch." He appeared in a handful of roles until 2006 before leaving acting behind. He moved on to music, releasing albums as both a solo artist and as part of a duo. Not much else is known about his personal life, but he does seem to be active on Twitter.
Beth Broderick starred as Sabrina's aunt Zelda Spellman, who worked to keep her sister, Hilda, and niece in line all the way through Season 6.
Beth Broderick followed "Sabrina the Teenage Witch" with a role on "Lost" from 2005 to 2008 and appeared on "Under the Dome" in 2013. These days, she lives in Austin, Texas, where she appears in theater productions. She's been happily married to Scott Paetty since 2005.
Sabrina's quirky Aunt Hilda Spellman was played by Caroline Rhea, who delivered plenty of laughs as the silly, impulsive aunt throughout all seven seasons of the show.
Caroline Rhea, who had stand-up roots before starring on "Sabrina the Teenage Witch," has had a varied career since the show went off the air. She's lent her voice to shows like "Phineas and Ferb" and played herself on "Hollywood Squares." She took over for Rosie O'Donnell when the comedy star left her eponymous talk show, which was renamed "The Caroline Rhea Show." Caroline later hosted "The Biggest Loser" and more recently starred in the TV movie series "Bruno & Boots." In her personal life, Caroline is happy with partner Costaki Economopoulos, with whom she shares daughter Ava Rhea Economopoulos, who was born in October 2008.
Jenna Leigh Green played Libby Chessler, the spoiled cheerleader who served as Sabrina's arch nemesis from Season 1 through Season 3.
Besides starring on "Sabrina the Teenage Witch," Jenna is known for starring in the touring production of "Wicked." She's done most of her work on the stage since then but has also made appearances on web shows. She's active on Instagram, where she often shares photos from her "Sabrina" days.
Quizmaster, Sabrina's magic tutor who helped her get her witch's license, was played by Alimi Ballard on Season 2 of "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch."
Alimi Ballard has certainly been busy since his days as Quizmaster! He landed recurring roles on shows like "Dark Angel," "Numb3rs," "NCIS," "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" and "The Catch," to name just a few. More recently, he's played Dr. Robert Dubois on OWN Network's "Queen Sugar." The actor is happily married to Dahn Ballard, with whom he shares children Naya and Cairo.
Lindsay Sloane brought the laughs as Sabrina's best bud, the sweet and awkward Valerie Birkhead, on the show's second and third seasons.
Lindsay Sloane continued her late-'90s fame with a role in 2000's "Bring It On." She's worked steadily since then with roles on shows like "The Stones," "Help Me Help You" and 2015's "The Odd Couple" while also getting bit parts on more popular series like "Entourage," "West Wing" and "How I Met Your Mother." The actress is married to Dar Rollins, with whom she shares daughters Maxwell and Pippa.
From Season 2 to Season 4, Martin Mull played Willard Kraft, a character who had two important roles on the show — one as Sabrina's high school head teacher, the other as the love interest of both Aunt Hilda and Aunt Zelda!
Martin Mull has also worked steadily since "Sabrina the Teenage Witch" ended, enjoying roles on series like "The Ellen Show," "Life with Bonnie," "Two and a Half Men," "Arrested Development" and "Veep," just to name a few. Next up, he'll star in the TV movie "The Cool Kids." He's married to singer Wendy Haas, with whom he shares daughter Maggie.
One of Sabrina's other loves was Josh Blackhart, her cute co-worker at the coffee shop who stuck around from the fourth season until the sixth. He was played by David Lascher.
David Lascher didn't do much after "Sabrina the Teenage Witch," save for a couple of TV movies, a few episodes of "Melissa & Joey" and a few short films.
"Punky Brewster" alum Soleil Moon Frye joined the cast of "Sabrina the Teenage Witch" during Season 5. She played Roxie King (right), the progressive feminist who Sabrina meets when she goes away to college.
Soleil Moon Frye starred alongside her real-life pal Melissa Joan Hart from 2000 until the show's end in 2003. During that period, she ventured into voice acting and played characters on various children's programs like "Bratz," "The Proud Family" and "Planet Sheen" up until 2013. She's also dabbled as an author, writing an autobiography and a party-planning book, and co-founded a party decoration kit company as well as The Little Seed, an environmentally conscious kids clothing store in Los Angeles that now exists online. The actress is a mom of four: She shares daughters Poet and Jagger and sons Lyric and Story with her television producer husband, Jason Goldberg, whom she married in 1998.
Elisa Donovan (right), who most people knew from "Clueless," joined the cast during Season 5, stepping in as Morgan Cavanaugh during Sabrina's college years.
After "Sabrina the Teenage Witch," Elisa Donovan did stints on many a television show including "Judging Amy," "NCIS" and "Melissa & Joey." She also narrated the audio book for "Lean In," Sheryl Sandberg's bestseller. Elisa married Charlie Bigelow, with whom she shares daughter Scarlett, in 2012. They live in San Francisco.