It may be hard to believe but it’s been a decade since “All That” came to an end on Nickelodeon. The sketch comedy series was a breakout hit on the network and launched many careers in its 10 seasons. To celebrate, a number of members from the various cast lineups have reunited at New York Comic Con and Stan Lee’s Comikaze to mark the occasion with fans — including one very special sing along.

What about the cast members fans don’t see often, though? Zap2it has revisited the first season of “All That” to find out exactly what the cast has been up to in the 21 years since the show premiered in 1994. While some of them you’ve probably seen recently — here’s looking at you, Kenan Thompson — you may be in for a few surprises.

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Angelique Bates

Angelique Bates

Since leaving “All That” in 1996, Bates appeared on episodes of “Boston Public,” “Strong Medicine” and most recently, “Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!” She also keeps an active presence on social media, interacting with fans.

Lori Beth Denberg

Lori Beth Denberg

After appearing on the first four seasons of “All That,” Denberg found success as one of the stars of The WB’s “The Steve Harvey Show,” between 1998 and 2002. In recently years she’s appeared on an episode of “Workaholics.” and will next be seen in the TV movie “Goody Goody.”

Katrina Johnson

Katrina Johnson

After “All That,” Johnson appeared in an uncredited role on an episode of “Sisters” and for a tie hosted the radio show “Guilty Pleasures,” which was part of the Uncensored Radio network.

Until recently when she started tweeting about the “All That” reunion, Johnson had largely gone quiet on Twitter.

Kenan Thompson

Kenan Thompson

Sadly, after “All That” Thompson was never heard from again. That is unless you count the 12 seasons and counting of “Saturday night Live” he’s starred on — he joined in 2003 — along with roles in movies like “Fat Albert,” “Snakes on a Place,” “The Smurfs” and “They Came Together.”

Of course, all of that pales in comparison to “Kenan and Kel” and the movie “Good Burger,” though.

Kel Mitchell

Kel Mitchell

Like Thompson, Mitchell starred in “Kenan and Kel” and “Good Burger” after leaving the series. From there, the actor has made a number of appearances in TV and movies — including, “Sam & Cat,” “Complete Savages,” “Like Mike 2: Streetball” and “Mystery Men.”

He currently stars on Nickelodeon’s “Game Shakers” and recently reunited with Thompson for a “Good Burger” sketch on “The Tonight Show.”

Alisa Reyes

Alisa Reyes

After departing “All That” in 1997, Reyes was fortunate enough to keep pretty busy with her career. In addition to stints on soap operas “Passions” and “The Bold and the Beautiful,” she appeared on episodes of “Without a Trace,” “Six Feet Under” and “ER.” You can also find her on Twitter.

Fans of the animated series “The Proud Family” may recognize her as the voice of LaCienega Coulevardez.

Josh Server

Josh Server

Server has made a number of guest appearances on Nickelodeon shows since his time on “All That” — “Kenan and Kel,” “The Amanda Show,” “Drake & Josh” and “Sam & Cat.” He also starred with Thompson in the short-lived web series “Laugh Out Loud” between 2006-2007.

He will next be seen in the movie “Uploaded,” which also stars Eric Roberts, Beverly Mitchell and Tom Green.

Posted by:Chris E. Hayner

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