Ah, Sabrina the Teenage Witch – what a magical show.
It’s hard to believe it’s been 15 years since the programme was cancelled, and the cast have all well and truly moved on with their lives.
The programme – which first aired in 1996, ran for seven years and followed Sabrina Spellman, her cat Salem, aunts Zelda and Hilda, on/off flame Harvey and many more memorable characters.
But what became of the family, the teachers and the boys after the show came to an end in 2003?
As Kiernan Shipka takes over the role in the new Netflix reboot, let’s take a trip through the closet to the Other Realm and find out.
Melissa Joan Hart – Sabrina
As the star of the show, it’s not surprising that Melissa Joan Hart enjoyed a successful TV career post Sabrina.
The former Clarissa Explains It All actress became a household name thanks to her magical role.
After Sabrina wrapped in 2003 Melissa starred in Nine Dead and Robot Chicken and starred in Melissa and Joey, which ran for five years.
More recently she starred opposite Mario Lopez in Christmas Hours, which was out last year.
The Drive Me Crazy star has been open about her past drug issues, but the mum-of-three has been enjoying a new lease of life after losing weight and loving her time with hubby Mark Wilkerson.
Caroline Rhea – Aunt Hilda
Whimsical Aunt Hilda was a definite favourite on the show – and her love story with Will the train conductor was heartbreaking stuff.
Actress Caroline Rhea took on a lesser role when Sabrina went to college, so the actress had time to host a talk show.
She went on to star in Christmas with the Kranks, The Perfect Man and Love N’ Dancing.
She also voiced Linda Flynn-Fletcher on Disney’s animated comedy Phineas and Ferb for more than 100 episodes
Caroline has also starred in a series of TV movies including A Christmas in Tennessee and she’s currently filming Sydney to the Max.
Beth Broderick – Aunt Zelda
The other – slightly more sensible – half of the sibling duo, we all remember Aunt Zelda well.
Beth had already starred in The Bonfire of the Vanitie, Hearts Afire and The 5 Mrs Buchanans before starring as Zelda.
As well as parts on Under the Dome and Lost, Beth Broderick has taken on stage roles.
She was reunited with Melissa Joan Hart in 2014 when she made two guest appearances as Dr. Ellen Radier in Melissa & Joey.
She also went on to star in Timber Falls and episodes of Cold Case and Castle.
Nate Richert – Harvey
Harvey, Harvey, Harvey. How could we forget.
Now a musician, Nate surprised fans when she shared a photo of himself in 2015.
Gone is the windswept, chiselled and clean-shaven look that captured Sabrina Spellman’s heart, now sporting a pair of glasses and slight stubble – and not quite as much hair. He hasn’t given up acting altogether, having gone on to star in Lovely & Amazing, Survival Island and episodes of The Tony Danza Show, Fantasy Island and Touched by An Angel.
Jenna Leigh Green – Libby
The bully of the show, Libby was a thorn in Sabrina’s side until her exit in season four.
Since leaving the show, Jenna Leigh Green has enjoyed a successful career, even keeping it in the world of magic with a role in Wicked as it toured North America.
The star also lent her voice to Extreme Ghostbusters and starred in Dharma & Greg, ER, Cold Case, You Again, Quantico and Bones.
She also took to the stage in Tonya and Nancy: A Rock Opera.
Michelle Beaudoin – Jenny
Jenny’s time on the show was shortlived, but her dreams of other worlds hidden behind closets led to her accidentally going through the Spellman’s secret entrance.
After she left the sitcom after just one season, she went on to make appearances on the likes of The Outer Limits and Da Vinci’s Inquest.
She starred in Cold Squad in 2005 and then in Le coeur a ses raisons in 2006, which seems to have been her final acting appearance. Michelle is currently living in Europe, which may explain why there’s not much on record after 2006.
Little known fact about Michelle – she starred in the 1996 Sabrina movie as Marnie Littlefield.
Lindsay Sloane – Valerie
Valerie Birkhead was Sabrina and Harvey’s best friend at high school, and she remained on the show until season four.
After leaving, she starred in the likes of Bring It On, The Other Guys and both Horrible Bosses and its sequel.
Lindsay also pops up in The West Wing, Grosses Pointe and The Stones.
She can also be seen as Emily in Matthew Perry’s sitcom The Odd Couple.
Martin Mull – Willard Kraft
Detention! Not really, but if Mr Kraft was here, it’d happen at a drop of a hat.
Veteran actor Martin Mull was the man behind the role, and he has enjoyed a career spanning six decades – including the likes of Clue, Roseanne and Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman.
He appeared as George Perry on Community, and has also been seen as Russell the pharmacist on Two and a Half Men. The star also starred in Arrested Development, Dads, and Veep.
David Lascher – Josh
OK, we’re definitely #TeamHarvey, but Josh gave him a run for his money at the coffee shop.
David Lascher – who previously appeared in Nickelodeon series Hey Dude – took on the role, although his short romance with Sabrina only really came to fruition in season six.
Like Beth, he was reunited with Melissa Joan Hart during Melissa & Joey when he made a guest appearance as Charlie. He’s also starred in Blossom with Joey Lawrence, who played Joey in the show.
Nick Bakay – Salem
Sarcastic and hell-bent on global domination, we couldn’t get through this without bringing up the Spellman family pet.
He was voiced by Nick Bakay, who was also a writer on the show and its cartoon spin-off Sabrina, the Animated Series.
Amongst his credits are the likes of The Queen of Queens, Paul Blart: Mall Cop (and it’s upcoming sequel) and The Adventures of Baxter and McGuire. He also popped up in In Living Color and Coach as we as The Simspons.
Soleil Moon Frye – Roxie King
Soleil was Sabrina’s roommate Roxie King. The former child star rose to fame in Punky Brewster, and following her role on Sabrina voiced The Proud Family, Bratz, Planet Sheen and Robot Chicken.
Elisa Donovan – Morgan Cavanaugh
Sabrina’s other roommate Morgan was played by Elisa Donovan, who joined the show after starring in Clueless as Amber.
She’s gone on to appear in Judging Amy, NCIS, The Lake and In Gayle We Trust.
Alimi Ballard – Quizmaster Albert
Alimi appeared as the Quizmaster Albert in Sabrina The Teenage Witch. He’s known for playing FBI agent David Sinclair on Numb3rs and he’s starred in Queen Sugar, Lucifer, Criminal Minds and The Catch.
Where are they now?
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