Friday 26 May 2017

Cast of Sabrina the Teenage Witch: Where are they now?

The cast of Sabrina the Teenage Witch
The cast of Sabrina the Teenage Witch
The show’s star Melissa Joan Hart initially struggled to find mainstream success in the years after the show finished. However following a stint on ‘Dancing with the Stars’ in 2009 her stock in Hollywood began to rise again. She landed the lead role in sitcom Joey and Melissa, which ran from 2010 until earlier this year. Aside from acting, she also opened a sweet shop called ‘SweetHarts’ in California in 2009. However the store closed in December 2011 due to a lawsuit by a former employee.
Hilda Spellman Caroline Rhea played Sabrina’s laid back aunt Hilda. The Canadian actress has achieved a great deal of success after she departed the show in 2003. She landed her own chat show, The Caroline Rhea Show, after being handpicked by Rosie O’Donnell to replace her. She was the host of weight loss show ‘The Biggest Loser’ for its first three series on American network NBC. Off screen, she has one daughter with her former partner – Ava, born in 2008.
Zelda Spellman 56-year-old Beth Broderick starred as Sabrina’s straight-edged, science-loving aunt Zelda. She left the show in 2002 at the end of its second last series, deciding the character had nothing more to offer. Since the show she has made frequent appearances on hit TV shows, including Lost, CSI: Miami and Castle. She also twice re-united with her Sabrina co-star Melissa Joan Harte on her show ‘Melissa and Joey’. She most recently has been appearing on the Steven Spielberg TV series Under the Dome. Off camera, she has been married for the last ten years to Scott Paetty, her second husband. She is known to perform in local theatre productions in her spare time, as well as cooking, flower arranging and reading.
Libby Chessler Sabrina’s nemesis throughout the 90s, the cheerleader played by Jenna Leigh Green turned her phrase ‘eeeww’ into a regular of school children around the country. Since she left the show in 1999, she has made some TV appearances but has mainly focused on theatre work. She landed a role in hit musical Wicked in 2005, and a year later played Nessarose in the broadway production of the show.
Harvey Kinkle Harvey and Sabrina were one of 90s TV’s most iconic on-again, off-again couples. Nate Richert hasn’t acted professionally since 2006, and only landed a few minor parts since the Sabrina ended in 2003. However the now 37-year-old has turned his hand to music, releasing one album and playing regular gigs in intimate venues around the US.
Salem Saberhagen The only cast member to remain throughout the entire seven series with the exception of Melissa Joan Harte, Nick Bakay also served as a writer on the show. After the show he began to work full time as producer on the CBS sitcom King of Queens, also writing and acting in several episodes. In 2009 he co-wrote the hit comedy Paul Blart: Mall Cop with Kevin James, as well as its sequel released earlier this year. Between 2006 and 2010 he produced and acted in Fox comedy ‘Til Death. In 2011 he and Melissa Joan Harte reprised their characters for a sketch on website funny or die. In 2013 he also began serving as producer on Chuck Lorre series Mom, starring Alison Janney and Anna Faris. Off screen he has been married to wife Robin since 1994 and has two children. They have two dogs and two cats – one of whom is named Salem.
Valerie Birkhead Lindsay Sloane played Sabrina’s jittery friend Valerie. She has been one of the more successful members of the supporting cast post-Sabrina. She starred in hit comedy movie ‘Horrible Bosses’ in 2011, and the sequel released last year. Earlier this year she debuted as a series regular on the Matthew Perry-fronted ‘The Odd Couple’, which has been renewed for another run by CBS to air next year.
Mr Pool Another cast member who achieved success behind the camera is Paul Feig, who played science teacher Mr Pool. In recent years he has directed a string of successful comedies, including Bridesmaids, the Heat and Spy. He has also directed several episodes of the American version of The Office.
Mr Kraft Long-suffering Vice Principal Willard Kraft was played by Martin Mull. Since his time on the show finished in 2000, he has appeared in many hit TV shows, including American Dad, Two and a half men and Arrested Development. Off screen he has been twice divorced, and is currently married to singer Wendy Haas. The pair have one daughter, Maggie.
Brian O'Reilly

Brian O'Reilly

Probably one of the most popular and enduring shows from the 1990s - we catch up with where the cast are now.

The show found huge popularity and sparked movies, book releases and a huge line of merchandise.

But have any of the stars found lasting success?

The show’s star Melissa Joan Hart initially struggled to find mainstream success in the years after the show finished.
However following a stint on ‘Dancing with the Stars’ in 2009 her stock in Hollywood began to rise again.
She landed the lead role in sitcom Joey and Melissa, which ran from 2010 until earlier this year.
Aside from acting, she also opened a sweet shop called ‘SweetHarts’ in California in 2009. However the store closed in December 2011 due to a lawsuit by a former employee.
The show’s star Melissa Joan Hart initially struggled to find mainstream success in the years after the show finished. However following a stint on ‘Dancing with the Stars’ in 2009 her stock in Hollywood began to rise again. She landed the lead role in sitcom Joey and Melissa, which ran from 2010 until earlier this year. Aside from acting, she also opened a sweet shop called ‘SweetHarts’ in California in 2009. However the store closed in December 2011 due to a lawsuit by a former employee.
Hilda Spellman: Caroline Rhea played Sabrina’s laid back aunt Hilda.
The Canadian actress has achieved a great deal of success after she departed the show in 2003.
She landed her own chat show, The Caroline Rhea Show, after being handpicked by Rosie O’Donnell to replace her.
She was the host of weight loss show ‘The Biggest Loser’ for its first three series on American network NBC.
Off screen, she has one daughter with her former partner – Ava, born in 2008.
Hilda Spellman: Caroline Rhea played Sabrina’s laid back aunt Hilda. The Canadian actress has achieved a great deal of success after she departed the show in 2003. She landed her own chat show, The Caroline Rhea Show, after being handpicked by Rosie O’Donnell to replace her. She was the host of weight loss show ‘The Biggest Loser’ for its first three series on American network NBC. Off screen, she has one daughter with her former partner – Ava, born in 2008.
Zelda Spellman:
56-year-old Beth Broderick starred as Sabrina’s straight-edged, science-loving aunt Zelda.
She left the show in 2002 at the end of its second last series, deciding the character had nothing more to offer. Since the show she has made frequent appearances on hit TV shows, including Lost, CSI: Miami and Castle.
She also twice re-united with her Sabrina co-star Melissa Joan Harte on her show ‘Melissa and Joey’.
She most recently has been appearing on the Steven Spielberg TV series Under the Dome.
Off camera, she has been married for the last ten years to Scott Paetty, her second husband.
She is known to perform in local theatre productions in her spare time, as well as cooking, flower arranging and reading.
Zelda Spellman: 56-year-old Beth Broderick starred as Sabrina’s straight-edged, science-loving aunt Zelda. She left the show in 2002 at the end of its second last series, deciding the character had nothing more to offer. Since the show she has made frequent appearances on hit TV shows, including Lost, CSI: Miami and Castle. She also twice re-united with her Sabrina co-star Melissa Joan Harte on her show ‘Melissa and Joey’. She most recently has been appearing on the Steven Spielberg TV series Under the Dome. Off camera, she has been married for the last ten years to Scott Paetty, her second husband. She is known to perform in local theatre productions in her spare time, as well as cooking, flower arranging and reading.
Libby Chessler:
Sabrina’s nemesis throughout the 90s, the cheerleader played by Jenna Leigh Green turned her phrase ‘eeeww’ into a regular of school children around the country.
Since she left the show in 1999, she has made some TV appearances but has mainly focused on theatre work. She landed a role in hit musical Wicked in 2005, and a year later played Nessarose in the broadway production of the show.
Libby Chessler: Sabrina’s nemesis throughout the 90s, the cheerleader played by Jenna Leigh Green turned her phrase ‘eeeww’ into a regular of school children around the country. Since she left the show in 1999, she has made some TV appearances but has mainly focused on theatre work. She landed a role in hit musical Wicked in 2005, and a year later played Nessarose in the broadway production of the show.
Harvey Kinkle:
Harvey and Sabrina were one of 90s TV’s most iconic on-again, off-again couples.
Nate Richert hasn’t acted professionally since 2006, and only landed a few minor parts since the Sabrina ended in 2003.
However the now 37-year-old has turned his hand to music, releasing one album and playing regular gigs in intimate venues around the US.
Harvey Kinkle: Harvey and Sabrina were one of 90s TV’s most iconic on-again, off-again couples. Nate Richert hasn’t acted professionally since 2006, and only landed a few minor parts since the Sabrina ended in 2003. However the now 37-year-old has turned his hand to music, releasing one album and playing regular gigs in intimate venues around the US.
Salem Saberhagen:
The only cast member to remain throughout the entire seven series with the exception of Melissa Joan Harte, Nick Bakay also served as a writer on the show.
After the show he began to work full time as producer on the CBS sitcom King of Queens, also writing and acting in several episodes.
In 2009 he co-wrote the hit comedy Paul Blart: Mall Cop with Kevin James, as well as its sequel released earlier this year.
Between 2006 and 2010 he produced and acted in Fox comedy ‘Til Death.
In 2011 he and Melissa Joan Harte reprised their characters for a sketch on website funny or die.
In 2013 he also began serving as producer on Chuck Lorre series Mom, starring Alison Janney and Anna Faris.
Off screen he has been married to wife Robin since 1994 and has two children. They have two dogs and two cats – one of whom is named Salem.
Salem Saberhagen: The only cast member to remain throughout the entire seven series with the exception of Melissa Joan Harte, Nick Bakay also served as a writer on the show. After the show he began to work full time as producer on the CBS sitcom King of Queens, also writing and acting in several episodes. In 2009 he co-wrote the hit comedy Paul Blart: Mall Cop with Kevin James, as well as its sequel released earlier this year. Between 2006 and 2010 he produced and acted in Fox comedy ‘Til Death. In 2011 he and Melissa Joan Harte reprised their characters for a sketch on website funny or die. In 2013 he also began serving as producer on Chuck Lorre series Mom, starring Alison Janney and Anna Faris. Off screen he has been married to wife Robin since 1994 and has two children. They have two dogs and two cats – one of whom is named Salem.
Valerie Birkhead:
Lindsay Sloane played Sabrina’s jittery friend Valerie.
She has been one of the more successful members of the supporting cast post-Sabrina.
She starred in hit comedy movie ‘Horrible Bosses’ in 2011, and the sequel released last year.
Earlier this year she debuted as a series regular on the Matthew Perry-fronted ‘The Odd Couple’, which has been renewed for another run by CBS to air next year.
Valerie Birkhead: Lindsay Sloane played Sabrina’s jittery friend Valerie. She has been one of the more successful members of the supporting cast post-Sabrina. She starred in hit comedy movie ‘Horrible Bosses’ in 2011, and the sequel released last year. Earlier this year she debuted as a series regular on the Matthew Perry-fronted ‘The Odd Couple’, which has been renewed for another run by CBS to air next year.
Mr Pool:
Another cast member who achieved success behind the camera is Paul Feig, who played science teacher Mr Pool.
In recent years he has directed a string of successful comedies, including Bridesmaids, the Heat and Spy.
He has also directed several episodes of the American version of The Office.
Mr Pool: Another cast member who achieved success behind the camera is Paul Feig, who played science teacher Mr Pool. In recent years he has directed a string of successful comedies, including Bridesmaids, the Heat and Spy. He has also directed several episodes of the American version of The Office.
Mr Kraft:
Long-suffering Vice Principal Willard Kraft was played by Martin Mull.
Since his time on the show finished in 2000, he has appeared in many hit TV shows, including American Dad, Two and a half men and Arrested Development.
Off screen he has been twice divorced, and is currently married to singer Wendy Haas. The pair have one daughter, Maggie.
Mr Kraft: Long-suffering Vice Principal Willard Kraft was played by Martin Mull. Since his time on the show finished in 2000, he has appeared in many hit TV shows, including American Dad, Two and a half men and Arrested Development. Off screen he has been twice divorced, and is currently married to singer Wendy Haas. The pair have one daughter, Maggie.

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