with Children is packed full of famous guest stars and great talents.
One way or another, each celebrity on set contributed a little extra oomph to one of the most favored, longest-running sitcoms in television history.
Take a look at where some of the most memorable cast members and guest stars are now.
Christina Applegate’s performance as Kelly Bundy was nothing short of unforgettable.
In 2008, after a 5 year battle with breast cancer, Christina had a double mastectomy and was pronounced cancer free.With her big red hair and her never ending bon bons, Katey Sagal changed everything we had in mind about television moms when she was cast to play the iconic role of Peggy Bundy.While she wasn’t considered the ‘ideal’ housewife at the time as she wasn’t a great cook and wasn’t taking of the household chores like the ‘typical American mom’, she brought a different kind of charm, a sassy and a seriously hysterical one.Katey Sagal has become an acting powerhouse since her days as Peggy Bundy.She held a lead role in Sons of Anarchy as Gemma Teller Morrow and provided the voice-over work as Turange Leela in Comedy Central’s long-running cartoon, Futurama.In 2011, she won a Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Drama for her performance as Gemma Teller and has been married to the creator of Sons of Anarchy, Kurt Sutter, since 2004.David Garrison played Marcy’s first husband, Steve Rhoades.As the Bundy’s next door neighbor, Steve was a fairly self-centered character who enjoy getting revenge on high school bullies who came into his bank asking to take out a loan. with Children spin-offs and Matt starred in both of them briefly before they were canceled; Top of the Heap and Vinnie & Bobby.He played Marcy’s husband for 3 and a half seasons before deciding to end his contract to return to his theatre career. In 1991, Matt Le Blanc had a recurring role as Kelly Bundy’s boyfriend, Vinnie, on Married… In 1994, Matt was given his biggest role yet as Joey Tribbiani on Friends.In retrospect, David Garrison was right to return his career in theater, as he cultivated a long list of awards and accolades to be proud of. After Friends wrapped in 2004, Matt Le Blanc was given his own sitcom, Joey, but it was sadly canceled after two seasons on air. with Children, who was married to Peggy’s friend Louise.He was nominated for a Tony Award for his performance in A Day in Hollywood / A Night in the Ukraine and has starred in several broadway productions including Wicked, Titanic, I Do! Matt then took a 5 year hiatus from acting, which was originally supposed to be 1 year, and made a comeback in 2011 as a fictional version of himself on the BBC/Showtime series, Episodes. He was the treasurer of NO MA’AM before the men disbanded it and was known as the “fix-it” guy in Al’s groups of friends.