Danica McKellar - Photographs of a wide variety of stars from the music industry as they attended the American Music Awards 2014 in which were held at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 23rd November 2014
Those 'Wonder Years' kids actually turned out pretty well.
It’s been over 20 years since we said goodbye to ‘The Wonder Years’ and now the series is finally getting a DVD release! It’s been a long time coming for fans of the late 80s early 90s series, but it looks to be well worth the wait as the cast have recently reunited to record the DVD commentary. Fred Savage let us in on the secret tweeting a picture of the gang reunited and haven't they all turned out well!? But what have the stars actually been up to since the show ended way back in 1993?
It's Kevin Arnold! All grown up
Fred Savage (Kevin Arnold)
Former childstar turned New York Times Bestselling author turned video vixen. Sounds about right.
Remember Danica McKellar? Tall, brunette, used to be on the Wonder Years? Well, you should remember her now, because the former childstar went and landed herself a part in Avril Lavigne’s brand new music video for Rock’n’Roll. The video, which will come out sometime next month, features Danica and Avril, both sporting minimal outfits and heavy makeup, according to the pictures shared by Us Magazine.
McKellar was sporting a slightly less wholesome look during the shoot.
Danica is all dressed up, a la Road Warrior in a teeny tiny brown top and denim vest, as well as an even tinier black skirt. The outfit matches that of Avril herself, who shared some pictures from the shoot on her Twitter. The concept of the video is still unclear, but by the looks of it, it’ll have something to do with rebellion – much like everything else Avril has ever done.
No, it's not quite a Universal Pictures Memorial Day blockbuster, but this movie's got some of the biggest stars in existence. At least they used to be: with a cast that includes Dustin Diamond ("Screech" to you and me), Chris Hardwick (remember Singled Out?), Maureen McCormick (the original Marcia Brady), and Danica McKellar (aka "Winnie" from The Wonder Years), the Gods of TV Yesteryear are all in attendence.
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Martin and Priest take on the roles of The Monkey Brothers, hipster-doofus casting directors who are hired for their biggest job ever -- a commercial for "Salsa Gusto," a daring product out of Salt Lake City of course, with its new ad being helmed by a highly sought-after director. It's a plum gig -- only the Monkeys don't have a bone of ability in their bodies, both earning D- grades in "casting school" at the local technical college. In fact, when it comes time to pick out the head shots they plan to audition, the origin of their Monkey moniker drives the point home.
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Date of birth
3rd January, 1975