Remember Mimi-Siku from Disney's 'Jungle 2 Jungle'? Just wait until you see what he looks like now!

Inside Disney's 'The Jungle Book'

To say we love '90s Disney movie is a tremendous understatement.

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From animation like "The Lion King" and "Toy Story," to other hit movies like "Flubber," we have a real soft spot for '90s Disney. One of our absolute favorites was the amazing 1996 Tim Allen hit, "Jungle 2 Jungle."

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"Jungle 2 Jungle" of course tells the story of Tim Allen's character who lives in New York City and finds out he has a 13-year-old son who was raised in the jungle. He of course must then raise him in the other jungle, the concrete jungle.

Tim Allen's son, Mimi-Siku (played by Sam Huntington) quickly became a '90s heartthrob. Remember him?

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Yes, him! Well, we were curious as to what Mimi-Siku is up to now, and lucky for you, we found out.

My favorite pic from our honeymoon. #nipple

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Look at how happy he is! According to his Insta, it looks like Sam is happily married with kids and everything. As if that already wasn't a full time job, he also quite the career, too. We took a look at his IMDb page, and Sam has stayed quite busy.

The actor not only has a few projects in the works, but he is part of Clint Eastwood's new film "Sully," out later this year, and plays Mitchie Mendleson on FOX's "Rosewood."

Time flies when you're staying busy. Check out more from Disney in the gallery below!

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