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Where Are They Now: Cast Of Nickelodeon's "All That"

Didi Beck |
November 4, 2011 | 8:02 p.m. PDT

Staff Reporter

The cast of "All That" (Nickelodeon, Nick.com)
The cast of "All That" (Nickelodeon, Nick.com)
For millions of kids back in the 90s, Friday nights were spent on the couch, watching (and laughing at) the tween comic geniuses of Nickelodeon’s “All That.”

With ten seasons in eleven years (1994 – 2005), this comedy-variety show broadcasted countless memorable sketches and produced some of the most recognizable faces in children’s network history. But alas, the years have passed and we find ourselves wondering: now that they’re all grown up, where are they now?

Lori Beth Denberg, best known for her roles as the Noisy Librarian and her segment, “Vital Information For Your Everyday Life.” Within the last seven years, Denberg has taken on small parts in movies and television, the most notable being “Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story,“(2004), “8 Fingers of Death!” (2006), and a one-episode guest role on “Malcolm in the Middle” in 2004.

Kenan Thompson, whose most famous role was Pierre Escargot of “Everyday French With Pierre Escargot,” joined the cast of “Saturday Night Live” in 2005 and remained on the show throughout seasons 29 and 30. More recently, he was the voice of the LeBron James puppet in Nike’s MVP (“Most Valuable Puppets”) television commercials, as well as a guest role on USA Network’s “Psych” in 2009. Thompson also played the voice of Greedy Smurf in “The Smurfs” (2011).

Kel Mitchell, aka Ed the Good Burger cashier and the Repair-Man-Man-Man, appeared in the 2007 movie, “Honeydripper.” More recent roles include parts in “The Battle of Los Angeles” and “Good Luck Charlie,” both released in 2011.

Alisa Reyes later on played the voice of the sassy LaCienenega Boulevardez of the animated television series, “Proud Family” (2001 – 2005), as well as a lead role in the movie, “My Trip Back to the Dark Side,” to be released in 2012.

Katrina Johnson, the “Lemonade Scammer,” most recently appeared in the horror movie “Sisters” (2006) and “She’s A Fox” (2009).

Josh Server, who played Ray Borealis, the weatherman at Channel 6½ News, has appeared as a guest star in various Nickelodeon television shows. The most recent include “Drake & Josh” (2006) and “Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide” (2007). In 2010, Server had a guest role on the television show, “I’m In the Band.”

Amanda Bynes, aka Ashley of “Ask Ashley,” has had much success in the movie business. Over the past five years, Bynes has starred in several movies, including “She’s the Man” (2006), “Hairspray” (2007), “Sydney White” (2007), “Living Proof” (2008), and “Easy A” (2010).

Leon Frierson, the Repair-Boy-Boy-Boy, currently goes by "Sha' Boy Malloy" in the musical group, The Circuit. The group recently released a mixtape, “For Promotional Use Only.”

Danny Tamberelli, best know for his continuation of Lori Beth’s “Vital Information For Your Everyday Life,” is now the bassist in the band, Jounce. Their newest EP, “Meet Me In the Middle,” was released earlier this year.

Didi can be reached here. Follow her on Blogger.

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