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'Sabrina, the Teenage Witch' Then and Now
Twenty years ago Tuesday, viewers first met a teenage witch named Sabrina. Starring Melissa Joan Hart, Caroline Rhea, Beth Broderick, Nate Richert, and Jenna Leigh Green, among others, Sabrina, the Teenage Witch ran for seven years on ABC, picking up two Emmy nominations during its run. Decades later, the '90s show's legacy lives on. "I loved the trouble she got into and the adventures she got to have – like being Rapunzel, being a Cirque du Soleil performer, being in Alice in Wonderland," Hart told EW on the show's 20th anniversary. "Every day was an adventure, every day there was some fun fan on set, or a great actor, or we were just doing something ridiculous – there was an alligator or an elephant that wrestled with Salem. It was an absolute blast." See the stars of Sabrina, the Teenage Witch then and now, ahead.
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Melissa Joan Hart
After spending three years on Clarissa Explains It All, Melissa Joan Hart took on the witchy title role in Sabrina the Teenage Witch, playing the teenage student with otherworldly abilities. After wrapping her run as Sabrina Spellman in 2003, the Drive Me Crazy star went on to earn credits for Nine Dead and Robot Chicken and starred opposite Joey Lawrence in Melissa & Joey.
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Nick Bakay joined Sabrina the Teenage Witch as the voice of Salem the cat. The actor, who previously appeared in episodes of In Living Color and Coach, earned additional voice credits for The Angry Beavers and The Simpsons and recently popped up in The King of Queens, 'Til Death, and Zookeeper.
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Caroline Rhea found her spot in Sabrina the Teenage Witch as Sabrina's aunt, the witch Hilda Spellman. After she hung up her spellbook, the Biggest Loser alum appeared in Christmas with the Kranks, The Perfect Man, and Love N' Dancing, and lent her voice to more than 100 episodes of Phineas and Ferb.
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After earning credits for The Bonfire of the Vanities, Hearts Afire, and The 5 Mrs. Buchanans, Beth Broderick starred opposite Rhea as Sabrina's other aunt, Zelda Spellman. After playing the witch, Broderick landed a role in Timber Falls, and episodes of Lost, Cold Case, and Castle. She also recently played Rose Twitchell in Under the Dome.
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Sabrina, the Teenage Witch found its Harvey Dwight Kinkle in Nate Richert. The young actor made his on-screen debut as Sabrina's love interest, playing the character for seven years. Richert, who now works as a musician, earned additional credits for Lovely & Amazing, Survival Island, and episodes of The Tony Danza Show, Fantasy Island, and Touched by an Angel.
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Jenna Leigh Green
Jenna Leigh Green signed on to play Sabrina the Teenage Witch's Libby Chessler, the school's resident mean girl. During her three-year run on the show, Green lent her voice to episodes of Extreme Ghostbusters. She went on to pick up credits for Dharma & Greg, ER, Cold Case, You Again, and Bones, and hit Broadway in Wicked.
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Martin Mull led Westbridge High as Sabrina, the Teenage Witch's Willard Kraft, a role he took on after previously appearing in Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman, Fernwood Tonight, Roseanne, and Clue. The star, who also moonlights as a painter and musician, earned post-Sabrina credits for The Ellen Show, The War at Home, Danny Phantom, 'Til Death, American Dad!, Two and a Half Men, Arrested Development, Dads, and Veep.
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Soleil Moon Frye
Soleil Moon Frye joined Sabrina the Teenage Witch as Sabrina's college roommate Roxie King. The former child star, who rose to fame in Punky Brewster, followed up her gig in Sabrina with voice work on The Proud Family, Bratz, Planet Sheen, and Robot Chicken.
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A few years after she hit the big screen in Clueless as Amber, Elisa Donovan played Sabrina's roommate Morgan Cavanaugh in Sabrina, the Teenage Witch. The actress went on to appear in episodes of Judging Amy, NCIS, The Lake, and In Gayle We Trust.
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After popping up in The Wonder Years and Mr. Rhodes, Lindsay Sloane joined Sabrina the Teenage Witch in its second season, playing Sabrina's friend Valerie Birkhead. She added to her résumé soon after, playing Big Red in Bring It On and appearing in episodes of That '70s Show, The West Wing, Grosse Pointe, and The Stones. In recent years, Sloane landed gigs in Over Her Dead Body, The Accidental Husband, She's Out of My League, The Other Guys, Horrible Bosses, and The Odd Couple.