This was one of my favorite shows growing up, and with good reason, as it’s friggin’ awesome. It ran from 1988-1993, and each season took place 20 years before (so it took place from 1968-1973, knuckleheads). Did you ever wonder what happened to the characters? Of course you did. Did you ever think The Monster Blog would let you know? Of course you did. Is this the best blog on the planet? Probably not. But enough small-talk, let’s get crackin…
Fred Savage as Kevin
Savage will always be remembered as Kevin Arnold. His little brother Ben had a similar success with “Boy Meets World” as Corey Matthews. Savage has since appeared in several TV shows like “Family Guy” and “Law and Order : SVU.” He has appeared in movies like “Austin Powers: Goldmember” and also is very active behind-the-scenes directing for shows like “Hannah Montana,” “Ugly Betty” and “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.” He is married to Jennifer Lynn Stone and has two children.
Dan Lauria as Jack Arnold
Lauria has appeared in movies like “Independence Day” and “Big Momma’s House 2″ as well as TV shows like “How I Met Your Mother” and “Law and Order: Criminal Intent.”
Alley Mills as Norma Arnold
Mills is currently on “The Bold and the Beautiful” but has also appeared in a lot of other television like “Sabrina The Teenage Witch,” NYPD Blue,” and “Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman.”
Danica McKellar as Winnie Cooper
You know if there’s a hot photo to give you on one of these, the Monster is gonna come through. That up there comes from her “Maxim” shoot. McKellar has made tons of TV appearances since the show ended, on shows like “King of the Hill,” NYPD Blue,” “NCIS,” “The Big Bang Theory,” and “How I Met Your Mother.” She is also a best-selling author and has had books on the “New York Times” best-sellers list, including “Math Doesn’t Suck: How to Survive Middle School Math Without Losing Your Mind or Breaking A Nail” to encourage interest in math for young women. Her next book is called “Hot X : Algebra Exposed.”
Olivia d’Abo as Karen
d’Abo also played a recurring villain on “Law and Order: Criminal Intent” in 5 episodes spanning 6 years (2002-2008). She also appeared for bit parts in shows like “Spin City, ” “Party of Five,” and “3rd Rock From the Sun.” Movie credits include “The Big Green,” “Wayne’s World 2,” and “Ultimate Avengers.” She is also into music and sings, writes, plays guitar and piano.
Jason Hervey as Wayne
Hervey served as Senior Vice President of Media and Communications for HealthSouth Corproation, but the company went under for fraud. Hervey sued the company for $300,000. He has also appeared in numerous reality shows like “Hogan Knows Best” and “Scott Baio is 45…And Single,” with Baio being one of his closest friends. Hervey has also worked in PR and held a backstage executive producer job for WCW. He is accredited with the idea of the LWO (Latino World Order). He has also worked with TNA Wrestling as well.
Josh Saviano as Paul Pfeiffer
“The Wonder Years” is one of very few roles for Saviano. Many consider Millhouse from “The Simpsons” as being inspired by his character. Saviano ended up majoring in Political Science at Yale University. He later attended the Benjamin N.Cardozo School of Law, and is now an Intellectual Property lawyer.