Remember 'All That?' See what the cast looks like now

Nickelodeon Might Bring Back Our Favorite '90s Shows
Nickelodeon Might Bring Back Our Favorite '90s Shows

Known as the "Saturday Night Live" for kids, Nickelodeon's "All That" was a hit from the very beginning.

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Hilariously entertaining 90s children, it was the humor and spunk of the castmates that captured the attention of millions. On Nov. 1 of this year, the "All That" cast reunited at Stan Lee's Comikaze Expo in Los Angeles.

We're sure you know what castmates like Amanda Bynes and SNL's Kenan Thompson are up to now-a-days, but what about Kel Mitchell, Danny Tamberelli and Lori Beth Denberg? We've got the scoop for you, so prepare to feel nostalgic.

Kel Mitchell

1998 Kid's Choice Awards
1998 Kid's Choice Awards

Kel Mitchell, 37, was the lovable member of the "Kenan and Kel" duo, as well as a member of "All That." He is probably most well known for his Good Burger skits and obsession with orange soda.

Today, Mitchell is still very active on social media and currently stars as "Double G" in Nickelodeon's new live-action sitcom, "Game Shakers."​

Danny Tamberelli

Premiere of "Harriet The Spy"
Premiere of "Harriet The Spy"

Who could forget Danny Tamberelli? Known for his "Vital Information" sketch, he was the OG of the Weekend Update.

Tamberelli, now 33, is the co-creator of ManBoobs, a sketch comedy company, as well as a podcast created with his best friend called "The Adventures of Danny and Mike." He is also in an "evolving post punk rock band" based in Brooklyn, NY.

Lori Beth Denberg

Nickelodeon's 1997 The Big Help
Nickelodeon's 1997 The Big Help

Oh Lori Beth, such an "All That" staple. She totally rocked our world with her Loud Librarian sketch.

Denberg, now 39, was a hard one to track down as she keeps a very low profile. She seems to have started a new Instagram account while at the "All That" reunion at Comic Con in mid October of this year.

According to her website, she's looking to re-enter the field of acting through comedy, as well as officiating quirky and personalized weddings. Want Lori Beth to officiate your wedding? Shoot her an email.

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