Remember Chunk from the '80s hit 'The Goonies'? There is no way you would recognize him today!

Steven Spielberg Back for Goonies Reunion!
Steven Spielberg Back for Goonies Reunion!

Two words: Truffle Shuffle.

These two words are synonymous with one of the best '80s movies ever, Steven Spielberg's "The Goonies."

A film about a group of kids on a hunt for a hidden pirate treasure is what blockbusters are made of! Many of us may recognize the cast in TV and film nowadays like...

Sean Astin (Mikey)

Martha Plimpton (Stef)

Josh Brolin (Brand)

While we could all pretty much identify the characters above, it got us wondering...whatever happened to Chunk?!

For a quick refresher, here is what Chunk looked like back in 1985 doing the Truffle Shuffle...

Jeff Cohen - The Gooines
Jeff Cohen - The Gooines

And here he is about the confess to the 'worst thing he's ever done'...

Jeff Cohen - The Goonies
Jeff Cohen - The Goonies

Chunk had some pretty amazing quotes too, which is why it made him possibly our favorite character from the film.

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We did some digging, and it looks like Jeff Cohen, the mastermind behind Chunk, decided to tip his hat to acting back in the early '90s. This is what the now 42-year-old actor looks like now...

While Cohen is no longer doing the Truffle Shuffle, that doesn't mean he stayed out of Hollywood completely. Jeff graduated from UCLA School of Law back in 2000, and went on to become a very successful entertainment lawyer.

As if that wasn't enough, Jeff was named "The Hollywood Reporter's Next Generation: Hollywood's Top 35 Executives 35 and Under" back in 2009 for his incredible work.

While we go back and watch the genius that was "The Goonies," we leave you with some fun Steven Spielberg facts in the gallery below!

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