The Whereabouts Of Famous ’90s Child Actors Revealed

By Goodness M

Family sitcoms of the ’90s featured very talented kids. These child actors are now grown up, and we will reveal their whereabouts in this article.


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She portrayed Ashley on the sitcom Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. After the series finale, she ventured into music and released her debut album in 1998, certified gold. In 2010 she got a lead role in the series Love That Girl!, and she received three nominations for the NAACP Image Award. A role in the soapie The Young and The Restless led her to two NAACP Image Award wins.


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In the late ’80s, she received the role of the younger self of Bette Midler in Beaches. Her popularity grew even more from her role in the series Blossom. She enrolled at the University of California, where she graduated with a Ph.D. in neuroscience. This degree actually helped her chances to score a role in The Big Bang Theory, where she plays Dr. Amy Farrah Fowler, a neurobiologist.


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He played the role of Steve Urkel in the sitcom Family Matters, where he was supposed to appear once. However, the audience loved him. He ended up being featured in all nine seasons. The role helped him achieve three NAACP Image Awards and a Young Artist Award for Outstanding Young Comedian in a Television Series. As he grew older, he featured in television shows such as House, NCIS, Hawaii Five-0, and Bones. He also made voiceovers of characters in Scooby-Doo, DuckTales, and Teen Titans Go.


She portrayed Lex Murphy in Jurassic Park, which put her on the map and won five awards. Richards’ professional acting career started in the late ’80s with roles in The Golden Girls, Spaced Invaders, and Switched at Birth. Richards enrolled at Skidmore College, where she graduated with a degree in Fine Art and Drama. She left acting and embraced the world of painting as a professional painter. Her paintings of landscapes and portraits won her the Art of the West’s Award of Excellence. She was also placed first at The National Professional Oil Painting Competition.