The Little Rascals 20th Reunion
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Before and After
Brittany Ashton Holmes/ Darla-
Although she was only 5 years old, Brittany Ashton Holmes delivered a brilliant performance as the adorable Darla, the object of Alfalfa's affection. You might also remember Brittany from Baby Guess ads in the '90s. After finding fame with "Rascals," Holmes essentially dropped off the Hollywood map for 20 years. These days, when she's not traveling the world, the newly married Brittany lives in Los Angeles with her husband and is currently working on getting a degree.
Bug Hall/ Alfalfa-
Bug Hall was just 9 when he beat out thousands of youngsters to land the iconic role of the freckle-faced, wiggly eared boy with a monster cowlick. Playing Alfalfa was Bug's first role, but certainly not his last. For the past two decades he's been starring in a number of films and TV shows and is also a rising screenwriter.
Ross Bagley/ Buckwheat-
Ross played Buckwheat. The rambunctious (but cute) 5-year-old was a favorite on set, and the cast all remember him always making up songs. (Two of them actually made it into the film.) After "The Little Rascals," this talented tyke joined the cast of "The Fresh Prince of Bel Air" with Will Smith and later teamed up with Will again to play his son in "Independence Day." Today, Ross resides in Los Angeles where he's an actor, DJ and a new dad.
Zac Mabry/ Porky-
Buckwheat's lovable sidekick Porky was the youngest of the rascals cast, turning 4 during filming. Today, Zac resides in Dallas, Texas where he works in public accounting.
Travis Tedford/ Spanky-
Whether he was ruining Alfalfa and Darla's date or a ballet recital, the endearing Travis Tedford always left audiences laughing. But even before playing the iconic role of Spanky, Travis was already getting noticed in numerous commercials for Welch's Grape Juice. Today, Travis resides in Dallas, Texas where he works as a full-time marketing professional, all while completing his bachelor's degree
Kevin Jamal Woods/ Stymie-
Stymie, the derby-hat-wearing rascal, went toe to toe with comedy legend Mel Brooks. Kevin earned his degree in 2009 and is currently in school to further his audio engineering skills. Today, he resides in Texas where he works for a Media Market Research Firm and is also a budding music producer
Blake McIver Ewing/ Waldo-
No, that isn't Macaulay Culkin -- that's Blake McIver Ewing, who played the snooty anti-hero Waldo. The musically talented youngster created quite the love triangle as he fought Alfalfa for Darla's affection. Audiences may also know Blake from "Full House" where he played Michelle's good buddy, Derek. Today, Blake resides in Los Angeles and stars as one of the hosts of Bravo's "The People's Couch." He also recently released his debut album, The Time Manipulator, which is available on iTunes.
Sam Saletta/ Butch-
Today, Sam resides in Los Angeles where he's a successful singer/songwriter. Not only does he write the music for commercials but also has a solo album in the works.
Blake Jeremy Collins/ Woim-
Blake lives in Los Angeles where he's an assistant cameraman on the FX show, Sons of Anarchy and also considers himself a "full-time party animal".
Jordan Warkol/ Froggie-
Jordan helps run a children's video on-demand service called Toon Goggles. He also performs comedy sketches and stand-up routines in comedy clubs around the Los Angeles area.
Juliette Brewer/ Mary Ann-
Juliette resides in Orange County, CA where she works in education.
Heather Karasek/ Jane-
Heather is a costume designer for numerous theater, film and television productions in the Los Angeles area.
Courtland Mead/ Uh-huh-
Mead was born in Mission Viejo, California, the son of Denise and Robert Mead and brother of twin sisters Lauren and Candice Mead. In the 1994 film Dragonworld he played the part of young Johnny McGowan, a young boy who finds a dragon egg on his grandfather's property after moving to Scotland. Additionally, he portrayed the fictional character Danny Torrance in Stephen King's The Shining television mini-series, and appeared as Uh-huh in the 1994 feature-film adaptation of The Little Rascals. The following year he co-starred with Jonathan Taylor Thomas and Brad Renfro in Disney's Tom and Huck. He also played Howard in Corrina, Corrina with Whoopi Goldberg, and Kirk Cameron's youngest brother in the short-lived WB sitcom Kirk. Mead also provided the voices of Gus Griswold in the Disney animated series Recess and Ned Needlemeyer in Nightmare Ned, as well as the title character in Disney's Lloyd in Space. Courtland also played a part in the Young and the Restless as Nina's son, Phillip Chancellor IV.
(January 22, 1929 – January 28, 1946) was an American Staffordshire Terrier character in Hal Roach's Our Gang comedies (later known as The Little Rascals) during the 1930s. Otherwise known as "Pete, the Dog With the Ring Around His Eye", or simply "Petey".
Peter continued on and died of old age on January 28, 1946 in Los Angeles, California at age 17, Pete is buried at a Los Angeles Pet Memorial Park at Calabasas Los Angeles County California, USA.
In the 1994 remake of The Little Rascals, the new Pete is an American Bulldog.
The Little Rascals (1994)
The Little Rascals is a 1994 American comedy film produced by Amblin Entertainment, and released by Universal Pictures on August 5, 1994. The film is an adaptation of Hal Roach's Our Gang, a series of short films of the 1920s, 1930s, and 1940s (many of which were broadcast on television as The Little Rascals) which centered around the adventures of a group of neighborhood children.
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