'The Wonder Years': Where Are They Now?
Fred Savage (Kevin Arnold)
The adorable chipmunk face that launched a thousand crushes, the boy Wonder himself is now fully grown and back on TV. Following The Wonder Years, Savage made a number of movie and TV guest appearances, including Boy Meets World and Austin Powers: Goldmember. He also lent his voice to several animated shows and went behind the camera to produce episodes of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia and Party Down. Currently, the 39-year-old star appears on the new FOX show The Grinder, alongside Rob Lowe. While he didn't wed Winnie Copper, Savage did marry his childhood friend, Jennifer Lynn Stone. The couple has three children together.
Danica McKellar (Winnie Cooper)
After Kevin and Winnie's final summer, McKellar went to UCLA and earned a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics. Armed with a passion for fractions, McKellar has written four math-related books that are aimed at encouraging middle and high school students, especially girls, to embrace their love for mathematics. On television, the 40-year-old actress had a recurring role on The West Wing and has also appeared on How I Met Your Mother, The Big Bang Theory, and Dancing with the Stars. She married attorney Scott Sveslosky in 2014 and has one child from a previous marriage.
Josh Saviano (Paul Pfeiffer)
Contrary to the rumors, Kevin's neighbor and resolute best friend did not grow up to be Marilyn Manson. Instead, he traded glasses for a suit and tie. Saviano attended Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law and is currently a working attorney. In 2015, the 39-year-old launched a law firm and celebrity brand consultancy.
Jason Hervey (Wayne Arnold)
Hervey spent years taunting Kevin Arnold as older brother Wayne, but then he took a step back from the spotlight. The 43-year-old former child star has lent his voice to several animated characters, staying mostly behind the camera while producing sports specials for World Championship Wrestling and TV shows like See Dad Run, Hardcore Pawn: Chicago and, most recently, Outlaw Country.
Dan Lauria (Jack Arnold)
There was a little bit of everyone's dad in Lauria's often curmudgeonly patriarch. The actor, 68, went on to bring this signature gruffness to other roles, most notably the part of Vince Lonbardi in the Broadway play Lombardi. Lauria has also appeared in a number of television shows since The Wonder Years, including How I Met Your Mother, Grey's Anatomy, and The Mentalist.
Alley Mills (Norma Arnold)
Mama Arnold didn't stop acting when the kids moved out. In 1993, after The Wonder Years ended, Mills, 64, landed a recurring role on Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman. She is currently a regular on The Bold and the Beautiful.
Olivia d'Abo (Karen Arnold)
The free spirit of the family has flitted all across the entertainment world. Since 1993, d'Abo has voiced numerous animated characters, performed on Broadway in The Odd Couple with Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick, put out a solo album, and regularly appeared in movies and on TV. Her more notable projects include Eureka, Psych, and Law and Order: Criminal Intent.
Daniel Stern (The Narrator)
It's hard to believe Home Alone's "wet bandit" was the subdued future voice of Kevin Arnold, but Stern is a versatile man. Instead of robbing houses and harassing Macaulay Culkin, Stern, 58, has dedicated his life to good deeds. In 1999, he and his wife founded the Malibu Foundation for Youth and Families, which created The Malibu Boys and Girls Club. Stern has also served on the California PTA, developed and taught media literacy in classrooms, helped create the Malibu Arts Commission, and visited the troops in Iraq on a Handshake Tour with the USO. All these thoughtful deeds earned Stern the "Call to Service Award," the highest honor for volunteerism, from President Barack Obama in 2009.
Giovanni Ribisi (Jeff Billings)
You may recognize Ribisi as the creepy guy from almost any Seth MacFarlane movie or as Phoebe Buffay's younger half-brother, but before all that he played Kevin Arnold's good friend in his teenage years. Along with his previously mentioned roles, the 40-year-old actor also appeared in Lost in Translation, Dads, Avatar, and many more films. He married model Agyness Deyn in June 2012; they filed for divorce in early 2015.
Ben Stein (Mr. Cantwell)
Aside from constantly fighting the good fight against dry eyes, lawyer and media personality Stein, 70, is focused on politics and the economy. He regularly appears on CNBC's The Kudlow Report and writes commentaries, often controversial, on everything from terrorism to taxes for numerous publications. Of course, Stein is famous for his dry delivery – which he has kept alive in pop culture through roles in The Fairly OddParents and his own show, Win Ben Stein's Money.
Robert Picardo (Coach Cutlip)
Comic-Con connoisseurs probably know Picardo as an Emergency Medical Hologram from Star Trek: Voyager, a role he played from 1995 to 2001. The actor, 61, also appeared in Stargate: Atlantis. Back on Earth, Picardo enjoys singing and serving as a member of the Advisory Council of The Planetary Society.