Christina Applegate starred as Sue Ellen Crandell in the middle of her Married...with Children run. She later went on to guest star in Friends and star in the sitcom Samantha Who? as well as films such as Bad Moms, Hall Pass and The Sweetest Thing and Sweet Charity on Broadway. She currently plays Jen Harding in Netflix's Dead to Me. Applegate married Martyn LeNoble in 2013, they have one child.
After starring as Kenny, Keith Coogan went on to appear in small roles in numerous films. He's recently been spotted in series such as The Comeback Kids and The Quarantine Bunch. Coogan has been married at Kristen Shean since 2013.
After starring as Bryan, Josh Charles went on to play Dan Rydell in Sports Night. Charles also played Will Gardner in The Good Wife. He married ballet dancer Sophie Flack in 2013. The couple has two children together.
Already a star when she played Rose Lindsey, Joanna Cassidy went on to appear in films such as Vampire in Brooklyn and Ghosts on Mars. She starred in HBO's Six Feet Under for its five seasons and was nominated for an Emmy and appeared on Call Me Fitz, Brody of Proof and, most recently, NCIS: New Orleans.
After starring as Gus, John Getz appeared in films like Zodiac, The Social Network, and Elevator. He's also made appearances in series like How I Met Your Mother, Prison Break, The King of Queens and, most recently, AHS: Apocalypse and Doom Patrol.
Jayne Brook (Carolyn): Jane later starred on Chicago Hope, Sports Night, The District and Private Practice and appeared in Ed, Bye Bye Love and Gattaca. She most recently appeared on Star Trek: Discovery. Brook has two children with husband John Todd Terlesky.
After playing Bruce, David Duchovny went on to star as Fox Mulder in The X-Files, and Hank Moody in Californication. He has written four books in recent years including, Holy Cow: A Modern-Day Dairy Tale. In 2015, Duchovny released his first studio album, Hell or Highwater, and has released two additional albums since. He has two children with ex-wife Téa Leoni, from whom he split before seeking treatment for sex addiction in 2008.
Concetta Tomei played Mom in Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead, and later was seen in the NBC series Providence as well as L.A. Law and Judging Amy. She's also had guest roles in 7th Heaven, Touched by an Angel, and The King of Queens.