Fourteen Golden-Age All That Cast Members and What They're up to Now

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Kenan Thompson (1994-1999)

Then: Dished out faulty French lessons as the bathtub-soaking, beret-wearing Pierre Escargot.

Now: In 2003, just four years after leaving All That, joined the cast of Saturday Night Live, where he remains to this day. (What up with that?) If you haven't seen him on TV, perhaps you remember him from such tender independent dramas as 2004's Fat Albert and 2006's Snakes on a Plane?

Josh Server (1994-2000)

Then: Took an particularly sensitive turn as the auricularly over-endowed Ear Boy.

Now: Was the only cast member to stay on for the show's entire first run, but aside from a few a few brief appearances on other Nickelodeon shows— Drake & Josh, Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide (watch us listing those like we have any idea what they are)—he hasn't done very much since. And no one is sadder about that than the webmaster of this Angelfire fan page.

Amanda Bynes (1996-2000)

Then: Put a manic pubescent spin on Ann Landers with "Ask Ashley."

Now: Before she announced her retirement via Twitter last week, Bynes had perhaps the most successful post-show run of any All That cast member, including her own spin-off series (The Amanda Show, which ran on Nickelodeon from 1999 to 2002), a lead role in the WB series What I Like About You and a string of leads in Hollywood films—What A Girl Wants, She's The Man and Hairspray among them. Assuming her retirement sticks, Bynes' last role will be in this fall's Easy A.