1. Katrina Johnson – Seasons 1-3
Katrina Johnson was the go-to “cute, innocent girl” during her All That days, and though Nickelodeon planned to use her as a panelist on Figure It Out, she left the show before they could and struck out on her own. She had an uncredited role in Sisters in 2006, and was in She’s A Fox in 2009. She’s currently with UnCensored Radio, a national talk radio show.
2. Lori Beth Denberg – Seasons 1-4
Lori Beth Denberg has kept a pretty low profile since her Nickelodeon days, but back then she was hotter than Gak. She was a starring member of All That’s first four seasons and a regular panelist on Figure It Out. She starred with fellow All That alumni Kel Mitchell, Kenan Thompson, and Josh Server in Good Burger, based on the All That sketch. She moved on to be a cast member of The Steve Harvey Show after Nick, and has had a few television and film appearances in Malcolm In The Middle, Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story, and 18 Fingers Of Death!. In 2011, she reunited with All That alumni at Comikaze and said she was happy“living out her old age”. Judging by her recent appearance as herself on Workaholics, her old age is awesome:
4. Taran Killam – Writer, Season 1
Believe it or not, Taran Killam was writing sketch comedy long before he appeared on Saturday Night Live. He wrote for All That in 1994, before going on to star in Drake & Josh, MADtv, Scrubs, How I Met Your Mother, and this amazing Robyn video. He was in The Groundlings’ Main Company until he retired in 2012 and was a contestant on The Price Is Right in 2006.
5. Amanda Bynes – Seasons 3-6
If you’ve paid attention to celebrity news for the past few years, then you’ve got a pretty good handle on what Amanda Bynes has been up to. Between retiring from acting to pursue fashion and unretiring a month later and then retiring again, she’s found time to tweet at Barack Obama about a drunk-driving arrest and actually star in some movies. Since leaving All That, Bynes got her own show, The Amanda Show on Nickelodeon, and has had a decent-enough career including roles in She’s The Man, Robots, Hairspray, and Easy A.
6. Kenan Thompson – Seasons 1-5
Kenan Thompson’s arguably had the most success of former All That stars. He landed a starring role in Kenan & Kel opposite his frequent comedy partner Kel Mitchell, and starred in two movies during the height of his Nickelodeon fame, Good Burger along with Mitchell and the title role in Fat Albert. His child star rose with roles in Heavyweights, D2: The Mighty Ducks, Barbershop 2: Back In Business, and Snakes On A Plane, and he can currently be seen as a repertory player on his tenth year of Saturday Night Live.
He’s also not too cool for his roots. He returned to Nickelodeon in 2011 in a crossover episode between iCarly and Victorious, and is the currently the host of TeenNick’s 90’s programming block, The ’90s Are All That.
7. Neal Brennan – Writer, Seasons 2-4
Neal Brennan was a writer during All That’s early years, and from there went on to write for Kenan & Kel and none other than Dave Chapelle. The duo first collaborated on Half-Baked and later co-created Chappelle’s Show on Comedy Central. Since then, he’s directed Jeremy Piven in The Goods, but has left movies and television for a stand up career.
8. Josh Server – Seasons 1-6
Josh Server has the distinction of being the only original cast member to remain on All That through its initial six season run. During his time on the show, he appeared on The Secret World of Alex Mack, Kenan & Kel, The Amanda Show, Figure It Out, and in Good Burger. Since then, he came back for the All That Ten Year Anniversary Reunion Special, and has showed up on a number of other Nickelodeon shows like Drake & Josh and Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide in 2007. There’s not much more information on what he’s been doing since then, but if his hobbies listed in the All That collector’s guide All That: Fresh out the Box are any indication, he’s been rollerblading, going to the beach, and working out.
9. Kel Mitchell – Seasons 1-5
Tragically, Lorne Michaels stole from us a world where Kenan & Kel reunited on Saturday Night Live. Both comedians auditioned together, but NBC only took Thompson. Kel’s been active since All That, Kenan & Kel, and Good Burger. He’s voiced characters on Clifford The Big Red Dog, Curious George, The Proud Family, and Pink Panther and Pals, has appeared in Detroit theater, popped up in the music video for Kanye West’s “All Falls Down”, and currently appears on G4’s Attack Of The Show. His biggest credit post-Good Burger was probably Invisible Boy of the Mystery Men.
10. Kevin Kay – Writer, Season 7
During the run of All That’s revival seasons Kevin Kay was overseeing Nickelodeon, Nick at Nite, and TV Land, but he did get a writer credit for two episodes in Season 7. Since All That, Kay has done QUITE well for himself: he launched The Ultimate Fighter and is currently the president of Spike TV.
11. Danny Tamberelli – Seasons 4-6
Danny Tamberelli was on fire back in his prime Nickelodeon days, but has laid low ever since. He’s done some commercials for Lego and Wendy’s, and voiceover work on Fillmore. He graduated from Hampshire College with a bachelor’s degree Interdisciplinary Arts, and currently plays bass and sings in his band Jounce while producing and starring in sketches with his sketch group, Man Boobs.
12. Gabriel Iglesias – Season 6
Gabriel Iglesias has become far more known for his stand up comedy, but he was part of the All That cast for one season in 2000. Since then, he’s seen massive success in stand up, competing in Last Comic Standing in 2006 and getting a special on Comedy Central in 2009, I’m Not Fat… I’m Fluffy. He currently hosts and produces Gabriel Iglesias Presents Stand Up Revolution on Comedy Central, and was recently seen as a strip club DJ and drug dealer in Magic Mike.
13. Bruce Gowers – Director, Season 5
Bruce Gowers is probably a big reason why All That had awesome, awesome, awesome parts. His directing stint on the show happened right in the middle of his time directing Whose Line Is It Anyway’s stellar run in the U.K., and before he came to the show, he directed comedy specials for the likes of Robin Williams, Billy Crystal, Eddie Murphy and Jerry Seinfeld. His career has including directing documentaries for the Rolling Stones and Salvador Dalí, ice shows, and magic shows for Penn & Teller, and won an Emmy in 2009 for Best Musical Variety Director for his work on American Idol.
14. Nick Cannon – Seasons 5-6
Nick Cannon has done, like, everything since he left All That. He’s acted in films like Drumline and Roll Bounce, he hosted The Nick Cannon Show, Wild ‘N Out (with a revival on the way), and America’s Got Talent, and he’s recorded an album, Stages, with plans for a second one. Outside of that already impressive resumé, he’s also worked as a punchline for Dave Chapelle, got into a fight with Eminem long after Eminem stopped caring about it, DJed for Ellen Degeneres’ Bigger, Longer, Wider special, hosted Nathan’s 2011 Hot Dog Eating Contest, was a radio DJ on New York’s 92.3 NOW FM, filmed a Las Vegas stand up special in 2011, and has a production deal with NBCUniversal.
He can currently be seen being married to Mariah Carey.