Happy birthday, Kel Mitchell!
The actor, who graced the small screen 21 years ago on Nickelodeon's All That, turns 37 today. All That was filled with hilarious skits from Good Burger to the Loud Librarian. The birthday celebration has made us quite curious about where the All That stars are now. You may be surprised about what some of the performers have added to their résumés since the show ended: One of the All That alums is now a wedding officiant.
Kel Mitchell: The birthday boy famously welcomed customers to Good Burger in All That with the greeting: "Welcome to Good Burger, home of the good burger, can I take your order?" The 37-year-old actor is now married to musician Asia Lee. The couple tied the knot in 2012. Mitchell has continued appearing on Nickelodeon. He made an appearance on the popular show, Sam and Cat, and is involved in a new Nickelodeon project, Game Shakers, which will debut in September.
Josh Server: Server, now 36, made Detective Dan quite popular on the show, where he played a private investigator who would hilariously mess up crime scenes. The performer continued to act on Nickelodeon shows, appearing on Drake & Josh as well as Sam & Cat. He even starred in a webseries, Laugh Out Loud, in 2006 and 2007 with fellow castmate Kenan Thompson.
They even still hang out!
Kenan Thompson: Thompson joined our living rooms soaking in a bathtub with plastic duckies in the funny skit, Everyday French with Pierre Escargot. Thompson continues to make us laugh as a cast member of Saturday Night Live. Thompson married model, Christina Evangeline in 2011, and the couple welcomed a baby girl in 2014.
Lori Beth Denberg: After Denberg wrapped All That, she continued to act in projects like Dodgeball and The Steve Harvey Show. Her acting has led her into a new venture: officiating weddings. Denberg's writes on her website, "I want to branch out and use comedy as a tool to reach others-- not just through TV and movies, but also through officiating personalized, quirky weddings and motivational speeches for teens and women-- all using my down to earth, off-beat style. You may know me from the 90's, but there is more to me than my past."
Amanda Bynes: The funnylady continued to act in many projects after All That wrapped. On television, she starred in The Amanda Show and What I Like About You, and on the big screen she starred in What a Girl Wants, She's the Man and Hairspray. The star announced her retirement from acting in 2012. She suffered a number of setbacks from 2012 to 2014, but things are now looking up for Bynes. In February, a source spoke to E! News following a judge's decision to extend Bynes' temporary conservatorship, saying, "She is doing really great and is very healthy. She is focusing on reading, yoga and reconnecting with her family. She is trying to live a more balanced life."
And it seems now the former actress is focusing on fashion. After attending Michael Costello's launch event in July, the fashion designer praised Bynes, saying, "She was really cool and was super nice, and we talked a lot about fashion!"
"She is actually is going to come and do some designs and sew with me," the designer told E! News. "I invited her to come over anytime she wants to use the sewing machines and I would teach her a little. She really liked that! We talked about her going to FIDM, and her sketches."
Nick Cannon: The 35-year-old actor went on to host The Nick Cannon Show, Wild 'N Out and America's Got Talent. He also starred in Drumline, Love Don't Cost a Thing and Roll Bounce. Cannon and Mariah Carey called it quits after six years of marriage. The couple are parents to 4-year-old twins Moroccan and Monroe.
Jamie Lynn Spears: Britney Spears' younger sister appeared as an elderly woman, Thelma Stump who served as security for the backstage area for the show. While on the show she even acted in a scene with Justin Timberlake Spears went on to star in Zoey 101. She is also a mom to 7-year-old Maddie, who is quite the mini me! The country singer married James Watson in 2014. The couple attended their first red carpet as a married couple at the 2014 ACM Awards.