The Stars of She’s All That: Where Are They Now?

The Stars of She’s All That: Then and Now

Freddie Prinze Jr. (Zack Siler): The actor later starred in the movie “Scooby Doo” and its sequel “Scooby Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed.” Prinze Jr. also went on star in the short-lived television series “Freddie,” most recently appeared on Peacock’s Punky Brewster revival and voiced Kanan Jarrus on Star Wars Rebels. Prinze married actress Sarah Michelle Gellar in 2002. The couple share two children.
Rachael Leigh Cook (Laney Boggs): The actress has gone on to star in Josie and the Pussycats and in many TV shows, including Psych, Perception and Las Vegas. She also appears in the gender-swapped reboot He’s All That on Netflix. Cook married actor Daniel Gillies in 2004, but separated in 2014. The two share two children.
Gabrielle Union (Katie): The actress has starred in multiple films, including Bring It On, Bad Boys II, 10 Things I Hate About You and Breaking In. She spoke out against alleged misconduct and racial discrimination on America’s Got Talent after her contract wasn’t renewed and settled with NBC. Union married NBA player Dwyane Wade in 2014. The couple welcomed a daughter, Kaavia, via surrogate in 2018.
Usher Raymond (Campus D.J.): The singer has won many awards and has received many accolades over the years, including eight Grammy awards. He continues to make music and released his ninth studio album in October 2018. He also appeared as a coach on The Voice and has a Las Vegas residency. Usher had two children with ex-wife Tameka Foster, then married and divorced Grace Miguel before welcoming a daughter with Jenn Goicoechea in 2020. They’re expecting their second child together.
Matthew Lillard (Brock Hudson): The actor went on to star in movies such as Summer Catch, The Descendants and the Scooby Doo movies. He also voiced Shaggy in a number of animated projects, starred on NBC’s just-canceled Good Girls and appeared in the 2018 revival of Twin Peaks. He married Heather Helm in 2000 and the two share three kids. Lillard also appears in Netflix’s gender-swapped She’s All That remake, He’s All That.
Lil’ Kim (Alex): The rap icon went on to record four studio albums following her small role in She’s All That. She welcomed a daughter, Royal Reign, in 2014. The also toured with Christina Aguilera in 2018 and continues to perform.
Kieran Culkin (Simon Boggs): Culkin has gone on to star in multiple films, including Scott Pilgram vs. the World, Paper Man and Movie 43. He can currently be seen on the television series Succession, for which he received an Emmy nom and two Golden Globe noms. He has been married to Jazz Charton since 2013 and the two share one daughter.
Jodi Lyn O’Keefe (Taylor Vaughan): O’Keefe has gone on to star in shows such as Hit The Floor, Prison Break and The Vampire Diaries. She also starred in Whatever It Takes and reprised her TVD role on an episode of Legacies.
Paul Walker (Dean Sampson): After the 1999 comedy, the actor’s career skyrocketed after starring in The Fast and the Furious franchise. Walker went on to star in five out of the six of the franchise’s follow-up films, but passed away in a car accident while Furious 7 was in production.
Anna Paquin (Mackenzie Siler): Paquin has gone on to star in over a dozen projects, including the TV shows Bellevue, Alias Grace, Flack and The Affair. The actress is best known for her work on True Blood and in the X-Men franchise. She has been married to her True Blood star Stephen Moyer since 2010. The two are parents to twins born in 2010. She’s also stepmom to Moyer’s two other children.
Dule Hill (Preston): The actor has gone on to star on multiple TV shows, including Doubt, Ballers, Suits, The West Wing and Psych. He’ll also star on ABC’s upcoming Wonder Years reboot. He married actress Jazmyn Simon in 2018 and the two welcomed a son in 2019.
Clea DuVall (Misty): The talented actress has had roles on popular television shows including The Newsroom, Carnivale, American Horror Story, Veep, The Handmaid’s Tale and The Romanoffs. She also co-wrote and directed the queer romantic comedy Happiest Season. DuVall married Mia Weier in 2018.

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