Fresh out the box! Stop, look and watch! Ready yet? Get set. An “All That” reunion is coming! (Cue TLC singing the ’90s theme song.)
The 22nd anniversary of the Nickelodeon variety show will be celebrated on television with cast members Danny Tamberelli, Kel Mitchell, Josh Server, Lori Beth Denberg and Kenan Thompson. The Splat will show the reunion in one to three minute interstitials during an “All That” marathon weekend, airing April 16 and 17.
“All That” aired on a slime-filled Nickelodeon from 1994 to 2005. Check out what the aforementioned castmates have been doing all these years since their days on the classic kids TV program.
Thompson has been able to stay in the spotlight through his adult life, graduating from the Nick show to NBC’s long-running sketch comedy “Saturday Night Live” in 2003. After “All That,” Thompson starred in his own Nickelodeon show with Kel Mitchell, “Kenan and Kel” and racked up film credits in comedies such as “Good Burger” (based on the “All That” sketch), “Fat Albert” and “Snakes on a Plane.” Thompson is among the most successful cast members of the show, along with Nick Cannon and Amanda Bynes.
After the show, Mitchell went on to star in “Kenan & Kel” with his “All That” co-star Thompson, which ran from 1996 to 2000. He also starred alongside his Nickelodeon partner in “Good Burger” and made some independent films. Throughout the rest of the millenium, Mitchell had some guest appearances on TV shows, including “The Parkers and “One on One.” He also did some voice work on “Clifford the Big Red Dog” from 2000 to 2003, before returning as a regular on Nickelodeon’s “Game Shakers.”
Since his time on “All That,” Danny Tamberelli has done voice work for animated characters on television and video games, like “Filmore!” and “Grand Theft Auto V.” He continues to do comedy with his sketch group, Man Boobs Comedy along with a podcast with his “The Adventures of Pete & Pete” co-star Michael Maronna entitled, “The Adventures of Danny and Mike.”
Server faded out of the spotlight after his time ended on “All That.” He has since made some guest appearance on other Nickelodeon shows, such as “Drake & Josh,” “Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide” and “Sam & Cat.”
Lori Beth Denberg
Denberg immediately followed her days on “All That” and branched out onto another network, WB’s “The Steve Harvey Show.” She also made cameo film appearances in “Good Burger” and “Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story.” Denberg has showed up on TV rarely since her time on “Steve Harvey.” However, she did guest star as herself on Comedy Central’s “Workaholics.”
The “All That” reunion special will air the weekend of April 16-17 on TeenNick’s The Splat.