Then And Now: This Is How 10 Actors From The 90’S Look Now

  • 2:58 pm September 26, 2018
  • vignesh

There is something about those times which we still cherish now, those fandom those memories of watching the movies in theatres, that experience of feeling the superstardom first hand was something else. This was the time way before Netflix happened, way before web series happened. We used to have a jolly good time watching our favourite stars onscreen. But like all good things, even this experience has somewhat come to an end and that is the reason why we still celebrate yesteryear stars with so much gusto and glory.

Alisan Porter

Alisan Porter played the role of this charming girl in Curly Sue at the age of 10, she was an every growing boy's crush back then, little did anyone know that we would be gushing about her even now.

Post quitting television, she has been pursuing music for a long time: she has her own band and she is a lyric-writer herself. This is how the little Curly Sue became a real star. Now, Alisan continues to develop her music career and is married and has 2 children.

Kelly McGillis

Kelly was paired with Harrison Ford in Witness together and the role which catapulted her to superstardom was when she starred alongside Tom Cruise in Top Gun.

In the 2000s, she starred in many movies, TV series, and also acted in some plays on Broadway. Now, McGillis, who has 2 adult daughters, very rarely makes a public appearance.

Meg Ryan

She starred in many romantic comedies and dramas of the 90s. Fans love her for her roles in Sleepless in Seattle, When Harry Met Sally, You’ve Got Mail, Addicted to Love, Kate & Leopold, and a few other movies.

But later on she started losing out on roles to younger actress and slowly started fading away from the scene. But now she does attend celebrity events and also takes part in projects like being the voice for one of the characters in Inside Out.

Nicholle Tom

Nicholle is well known for her roles in The Nanny and Beverly Hills, 90210, but people only knew her for her role in Beethoven.

Now, she is 40 years old and she looks quite stunning to be honest. If we have to go by her Instagram account, she, much like her character from Beethoven, loves dogs: she has a charming poodle and posts her pet’s pictures regularly

Marlon Wayans

If we had to go by his pictures, this actor, who had his moment under the sun in the 90s, hasn’t changed much for the last 20 years. He not only acts in movies, but also works as a scriptwriter, director, and producer.

He is 46 years now and continues his movie career while being happily married with 2 children.

Matthew Lillard

When we think of him we think of his roles where he played rebels in Scream, Senseless, SLC Punk! In 2017, he appeared in several episodes of the new Twin Peaks season where he played the school’s principal. In 2012, he directed the comedy film Fat Kid Rules the World. He has been married since 2000 and has 3 children.

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Bill Murray

Always known for his acting chops, he was at its peak in the 90s. People of all ages love his movies. Murray started choosing more dramatic roles and became an irreplaceable actor in Wes Anderson movies: he’s played in almost all of his works. One of his more iconic roles was in Lost in Translation directed by Sofia Coppola.

Now Murray is 67 years old, he doesn’t act often in movies as often as he used to but he doesn’t refuse interesting roles either.

Alicia Silverstone

Alicia had starred in several clips of an Aerosmith video and was even kind of a symbol of the band. She played in some really successful movies, like Batman and Robin (with Arnold Schwarzenegger), Excess Baggage (with Benicio Del Toro), and Blast from the Past.

Sadly, she didn’t have a very successful career later on. Silverstone starred in movies and TV series but her works were never very appreciated.

Jean Reno

If there is any role for which he will be remembered throughout his life then its ought to be Leon. In the US, he made movies like The Da Vinci Code, Ronin, Godzilla, and others. He turned 70 just last year.

Andie MacDowell

The viewers of the 90s probably remember her fondly for the movies Green Card, Groundhog Day, and Four Weddings and a Funeral. But most of the projects she chooses to work later on weren't as successful and soon MacDowell only worked on smaller projects.

In the 2000s, Andie returned to work as a model and she is one of the main faces of L’Oréal.