1. Freddie Prinze Jr.
Actor Freddie Prinze Jr. had a life most pre-millennial teenage boys would die for. He was a teenage heartthrob in the ’90s. He worked in She’s All That, I Know What You Did Last Summer, and in the live-action Scooby-Doo movies. He was a huge fan of wrestling and a one match of wrestling changed his life. He started a wrestling blog. Right now he is a chef and recently he launched his cookbook.
2. Rick Moranis
Rick Moranis was a famous actor for ’80s dweebs throughout the world. After getting major success in a great comedies like Little Shop Of Horrors, Honey, I Shrunk The Kids, Ghostbusters, and Spaceballs, he was pretty much a household name. Moranis left his film career behind to care for his children after loosing his wife to breast cancer.
3. Jonathan Bennet
Jonathan Bennett played Aaron Samuels in Mean Girls in 2004, but his career didn’t really take off after that. Since then, he has been following his passion for fitness, working as a spin instructor in Los Angeles.
Kevin Jonas was the former member of the Jonas Brothers’ band. Kevin married Danielle Deleasa after the band split up. The couple had their own reality show, but he could not gain up. Then Kevin found a new passion in contractor work, which he continues today.
5. Jack Gleeson
Jack Glesson got worldwide fame after starring as Joffrey Baratheon on the popular series, Game of Thrones. After Geoffrey was killed off of the series, Gleeson announced that he would be retiring from acting to pursue an academic career.
6. Danica McKellar
Danica McKellar is best known for playing Winnie Cooper on the series, The Wonder Years. After The Wonder Years rapped up, McKellar focused on her degree. McKellar has written non-fiction books while she was pursuing her dregree which are aimed at giving middle school and high school girls confidence and the ability to get success in mathematics.
7. Geena Davis
Davis worked as an actress, writer, producer, and model throughout her successful and busy career. She now focuses on her non-profit organization, the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media, which focuses on increasing the presence of female roles in Hollywood.