Children make the cutest cast members of our beloved tv shows and movies with their constant shenanigans and witty one-liners that only a kid could get away with. They did everything from singing and acting to sharing their lives in front of the camera, showcasing their unique talents, but the one thing every child star has in common is that they inevitably grew up. Some chose to make showbusiness their life, keeping their name on marquees, while others ditched the dressing rooms to pursue a more anonymous life with new passions. Some are still in the business, but now they quietly bring that Hollywood magic to audiences from behind the scenes. Today, we will be playing catch up with some of our old favorite child stars who have been living rent-free in the nostalgia neighborhood of our heads. We will even unlock memories of a few you may have forgotten.
Still Giving Us That Vital Information
Lori Beth Denberg was part of the OG cast of Nickelodeon’s comedy sketch show, All That, which premiered in 1994. 90s kids remember her as Mrs. Hashburn, the obnoxiously loud librarian, and her role as herself during the Vital Information segments where she reminded viewers, “It’s rude to talk with your mouth full. It’s even ruder to blow your nose on your sister’s pants.”
Today, you can find her officiating weddings and keeping the laughs going with her comedy routines and podcast that features more adult language than her Nickelodeon days. The one thing that hasn’t changed is that she’s still advising eager listeners, and you can even get a personalized video greeting from her for $25 on Cameo.