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'The Little Rascals': Where are they now (and how do they look)?

The Cast of The Little Rascals: 20 Years Later

Can you believe it's been 20 years since "The Little Rascals" hit the big screen? 22 Vision recently got all the young actors back together for the first time since they filmed the classic movie two decades ago.

Brittany Ashton Holmes/ Darla
Although she was only 5 years old, Brittany Ashton Holmes delivered a brilliant performance as the adorable Darla, the object of Alfalfa's affection. You might also remember Brittany from Baby Guess ads in the '90s. After finding fame with "Rascals," Holmes essentially dropped off the Hollywood map for 20 years. These days, when she's not traveling the world, the newly married Brittany lives in Los Angeles with her husband and is currently working on getting a degree.

Bug Hall/ Alfalfa
Bug Hall was just 9 when he beat out thousands of youngsters to land the iconic role of the freckle-faced, wiggly eared boy with a monster cowlick. Playing Alfalfa was Bug's first role, but certainly not his last. For the past two decades he's been starring in a number of films and TV shows and is also a rising screenwriter.

Ross Bagley/ Buckwheat
Ross played Buckwheat. The rambunctious (but cute) 5-year-old was a favorite on set, and the cast all remember him always making up songs. (Two of them actually made it into the film.) After "The Little Rascals," this talented tyke joined the cast of "The Fresh Prince of Bel Air" with Will Smith and later teamed up with Will again to play his son in "Independence Day." Today, Ross resides in Los Angeles where he's an actor, DJ and a new dad.

Zac Mabry/ Porky
Buckwheat's lovable sidekick Porky was the youngest of the rascals cast, turning 4 during filming. Today, Zac resides in Dallas, Texas where he works in public accounting.

Travis Tedford/ Spanky
Whether he was ruining Alfalfa and Darla's date or a ballet recital, the endearing Travis Tedford always left audiences laughing. But even before playing the iconic role of Spanky, Travis was already getting noticed in numerous commercials for Welch's Grape Juice. Today, Travis resides in Dallas, Texas where he works as a full-time marketing professional, all while completing his bachelor's degree.

Kevin Jamal Woods/ Stymie
Stymie, the derby-hat-wearing rascal, went toe to toe with comedy legend Mel Brooks. Kevin earned his degree in 2009 and is currently in school to further his audio engineering skills. Today, he resides in Texas where he works for a Media Market Research Firm and is also a budding music producer.

Blake McIver Ewing/ Waldo
No, that isn't Macaulay Culkin -- that's Blake McIver Ewing, who played the snooty anti-hero Waldo. The musically talented youngster created quite the love triangle as he fought Alfalfa for Darla's affection. Audiences may also know Blake from "Full House" where he played Michelle's good buddy, Derek. Today, Blake resides in Los Angeles and stars as one of the hosts of Bravo's "The People's Couch." He also recently released his debut album, The Time Manipulator, which is available on iTunes.

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Sue Brown September 03 2014 at 12:26 PM

Nothing or nobody will be as good as the original. The original was more innocent.

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charmedlilsis Sue Brown September 04 2014 at 12:14 AM

This is a remake? I should've known. Everything in the last 25 yrs has been a remake.

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dgcajun101 Sue Brown September 04 2014 at 11:51 AM

yuup, the one that sticks in my mind the best is the scene where they are calling "here kitty kitty" and following the "cat" into a cave. turns out the "cat" is a skunk!!! these little shows made my day when I was a kid! always watched them for years after as well when I wasn't working. while this movie was cute and based on the OUR GANG stuff, the OUR GANG was termed THE LITTLE RASCALS even though it was actually OUR GANG even by the producers. what these original kids didn't get in to!!

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gfirealty September 03 2014 at 11:38 AM

The Little Rascals will always be something from the 1930's that cannot and should not be touched or resurrected.

Nothing cloud ever hope to match the original. Some things should just be admired and left to history, and this one of them.

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RatPackJimmy September 03 2014 at 12:58 PM

Those aren't the Little Rascals. Those are imitation rascals.

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jabaileydc September 03 2014 at 12:18 PM

Nice try, but nothing is like the classics.

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auntiemx September 03 2014 at 2:05 PM

Have you all forgotten they were the "Our Gang" movies, not Little Rascals. and no one improves on the classics.

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tatersalad03 September 03 2014 at 3:23 PM

At least this wasn't one of those annoying "Memba" Them from TMZ.

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bmitche September 03 2014 at 11:46 AM

She IS still beautiful. "The Little Rascals" represented the age of innocence.

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T Rock September 03 2014 at 2:01 PM

It's been alot more than 20 years since The Little Rascals hit the big screen. The reruns I watched as a kid were older than that.

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Tessa September 03 2014 at 11:29 AM

I just love this oh so much!!!

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Denver333 September 04 2014 at 1:37 AM

lord these kids are not the rascals...the rascals are that adorable bunch from the movies of the same name in the 30's...how naive...

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