Character: Kevin Arnold
Actor: Fred Savage
Fred Savage returned to Hollywood in 1996 after a short break following The Wonder Years series finale in 1993. He starred in two made-for-TV movies and guest starred on a few television shows including Boy Meets World starring his younger brother, Ben Savage. His second major television role came in 1997 as the lead in the NBC comedy Working, where he remained until the series concluded in 1999. Shortly after, in addition to acting and doing voice work, Fred began work behind the scenes as both a director and a producer. Some of his works include It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Happy Endings, 2 Broke Girls, and Modern Family. Most recently Fred has provided the voice of Noah in the animated series Generator Rex. He is also currently listed as the director for the upcoming television comedy 20-Nothings.
Character: Winnie Cooper
Actress: Danica McKellar
Following the series finale of The Wonder Years, Danica McKellar remained active in Hollywood, appearing in various television shows and made-for-TV movies. In 1998 and again in 1999 she reunited with Fred Savage on his show Working. From 2000-2004 Danica lent her voice for animated adventure Static Shock, during which time she also had a recurring role on the NBC political drama The West Wing. She has also made guest appearances in other popular television shows such as King of the Hill, NCIS, NYPD Blue, How I Met Your Mother, and The Big Bang Theory. Throughout her career in the business Danica has also worked as a writer, producer, and director. From 2010 to the present she has provided the voice of M’gann M’orzz for the animated series Young Justice and for the video game Young Justice: Legacy, to be released in 2013.
Character: Paul Pfeiffer
Actor: Josh Saviano
Josh Saviano, unlike his former co-stars, left the business after the series finale of The Wonder Years in 1993. Instead he focused on school, graduating from Yale in 1998 with a degree in political science. Josh continued his studies, graduating from law school in 2003. He is currently working as a lawyer in New York City.
Despite internet rumors, Josh Saviano is not actually Marilyn Manson. However, he told Star magazine he does not mind being mistaken for the popular musician, saying "What would you rather have, people thinking you’re a dorky kid from The Wonder Years or a Satanic rock star? It’s way cooler.”
Character: Karen Arnold
Actor: Oliva d’Abo
During her time on The Wonder Years, Oliva d’Abo had accepted several minor television and movie roles. Following the completion of the series finale, in 1993 she continued working steadily in the business. In 1996 she provided the voice of Sonia Blade for the short-lived animated series Mortal Combat: Defenders of the realm. In 2001 she was the voice of Jane Porter in The Legend of Tarzan, which she continued until the series ended in 2003. Olivia also guest starred on popular shows like Party of Five, Spin City, and Eureka. From 2002-2008 she had a recurring role in Law and Order: Criminal Intent as Goren’s nemesis, Nicole Wallace. Throughout her career she has continued working, primarily as a voice actor, in both television shows and video games. Her most recent project is a video game called Tex Murphy: Project Fedora.
Character: Wayne Arnold
Actor: Jason Hervey
Jason Hervey was already a seasoned child actor by the time he began working on The Wonder Years. After the series ended in 1993 he accepted few roles, instead moving behind the camera to work as a writer and producer. In 1996 he was an executive producer for several All Pro Sports video shorts, highlighting various sports stars. In 1997 he wrote and produced A Day with Officer Pete, a safety video which he also starred in as himself. From 1998-2001 Jason was a producer for a series of WCW (World Championship Wrestling, Inc.) videos. He also created several reality shows including Scott Baio is 45...and Single, which he also produced and guest starred in. From 2012 to the present, Jason has been one of the executive producers for the reality show Hardcore Pawn: Chicago.
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