"Good Luck Charlie" was a very fun and cute Disney Channel show based on a family with four children. When their fourth child, Charlie, is born, the parents put the new daughter into the hands of the three oldest kids. The show lasted four seasons from 2010 to 2014. It's already been nearly six years since the show has ended so let's look back and see what happened to a few of a your favorite Disney stars...
Bridgit Mendler, Then
Bridgit Mendler played Teddy Duncan, one of the main characters on the show. She was the second oldest child and made video diaries each episode for her little sister, Charlie. During her role on "Good Luck Charlie," Mendler was also on Disney's "Wizards of Waverly Place."
Bridgit Mendler, Now
Since the show ended Mendler focused a lot on both her music and acting career. She released her first album "Hello My Name is..." while on the show in 2012. Since then she released an EP called Nemesis in 2016. She also appeared on the show "Undateable" and can now be seen on the Netflix show "Merry Happy Whatever."
Leigh-Allyn Baker, Then
Leigh-Allyn Baker played the mother of all the children, Amy Duncan. Baker had been acting for over ten years when she landed the role of Amy and actually, a majority of her roles were in voiceover work. She lent her voice to shows like "Spider-Man: The Animated Series" and Marvel video games like "X-Men Legends."
Leigh-Allyn Baker, Now
Baker has continued to pave her way in voiceover acting. After the show ended she got roles on various Disney animated shows like "Jake and the Never Land Pirates" and "Mickey Mouse Mixed Up Adventures." She also appeared on the "Will and Grace" reboot playing the character she played when the show first aired.
Bradley Steven Perry, Then
Perry played the third child named Gabe Duncan on the show "Good Luck Charlie." He had a budding career as a child actor, playing small roles in movies like "Old Dogs" and shows like "Without A Trace." Playing the role of Gabe on "Good Luck Charlie" was his breakout role.
Bradley Steven Perry, Now
Since the series ended in 2014, Perry hascontinued to act in several shows like Disney's "Descendants: Wicked World," "WTH: Welcome to Howler," and "Schooled" which came out just this year. "Schooled" is a spinoff show of "The Goldbergs" and airs on ABC.
Jason Dolley, Then
Jason Dolley played PJ Duncan the oldest of the Duncan clan of kids. He isn't the smartest but is known to be the nice one. Before joining the "Good Luck Charlie" cast, Dolley was on several hit shows like Disney's "Cory in the House" and the family sitcom "Complete Savages."
Jason Dolley, Now
After appearing on the show, Dolley appeared on several other shows like "American Housewife" and "The Ranch." He is currently filming the movie "Secret Agent Dingledorf and His Trusty Dog Splat" where he plays the role of Wing Nut. He also is active on Instagram and Twitch.
Raven Goodwin, Then
Raven Goodwin played Ivy Wentz, Teddy's best friend on the show "Good Luck Charlie." Before appearing on the show, Goodwin also had roles on shows like "Just Jordan" and "Huge." While on "Good Luck Charlie," she also had a brief role in the show "Glee."
Raven Goodwin, Now
One could argue Goodwin is the most successful star to come from the "Good Luck Charlie" cast. After the show ended, she got on the Showtime show "SMILF" and the successful BET show "Being Mary Jane" playing Niecy, who is Mary Jane's favorite niece on the show. She also got engaged to Micah Williams who co-starred alongside her on "Good Luck Charlie."
Shane Harper, Then
Shane Harper played Spencer Walsh, Teddy's high school boyfriend on the show. They broke up and got back together several times on the show. While appearing on the show, Harper also appeared on MTV's "Awkward" and in the film "God's Not Dead."
Shane Harper, Now
Since the show ended in 2014, Harper has still continued to act. He appeared in the "God's Not Dead" sequel entitled "God's Not Dead: A Light in Darkness" in 2018. He also tried his hand at music, releasing the single "Like I Did" in 2016. He is also appearing on the show "A Teacher" which is in pre-production and is scheduled to air next year.
Mia Talerico, Then
Mia Talerico played the title character and youngest child of the Duncan family: Charlie. She started on the show when she was just 11 months old and ended it when she was four years old. She wasn't the only one that played Charlie, Ava Sambora (daughter of Heather Locklear and Richie Sambora) played her as a 14-year-old in a flash-forward scene.
Mia Talerico, Now
Talerico is now 11 years old and is still acting. She appears on the YouTube show "Mani." She is still attending school and is in the 5th grade. She has an active Instagram where she just posted this festive photo recently. She also has her own YouTube channel where she has over 50k subscribers.
Eric Allan Kramer, Then
Eric Allan Kramer played Bob Duncan, the patriarch of the Duncan family. Similar to his show-wife, Kramer had quite the acting career even before "Good Luck Charlie." He had roles on "The Hughleys" and "Hollywood Residential."
Eric Allan Kramer, Now
After "Good Luck Charlie," Kramer continued to act in several hit shows like "Mike and Molly" and playing a villain in the Nickelodeon show "The Thundermans." Most recently he can be seen playing the role of Scott Miller on AMC's dramedy "Lodge 49."
Micah Williams, Then
Micah Williams played Emmett Heglin on the show "Good Luck Charlie" who was PJ's best friend and had a huge crush on Teddy. Before being cast on the show, Williams had small roles in shows like "Joan of Arcadia" and "The Office." He also was cast on the show "Roadies" in 2011 while he was also working on "Good Luck Charlie."
Micah Williams, Now
As previously stated above in Goodwin's post, Micah is engaged to Raven Goodwin. The two of them met on "Good Luck Charlie." He hasn't done much acting since the show came to a close. His most recent role to date is a small role in the series "Snowfall" playing Homie #1.
Patricia Belcher, Then
Patricia Belcher played Estelle Dabney on the show, the Duncan's next door neighbor. Belcher had already been quite the character actor since the early 90's. She appeared in various movies, shows, and video games including "Sister, Sister," "Boston Legal," and "Bones."
Patricia Belcher, Now
Since the show ended in 2014, Belcher continued to act on "Bones" until that series ended. She also had roles in other shows and movies, most recently a recurring role on the show "Teachers" which aired this year as well as being on episodes of "Will and Grace" and "Young Sheldon."
Ellia English, Then
Ellia English played Mary Lou Wentz on the show, she was the mother of Ivy Wentz. English had been acting since the 1980's when she got the role on "Good Luck Charlie." She also had recurring roles on "Curb Your Enthusiasm" and "The Jamie Foxx Show."
Ellia English, Now
After "Good Luck Charlie" ended English continued to act, she even created a Twitter but hasn't updated it much. She also appeared on the show "Code Black" which aired on CBS from 2015 to 2018. She also has several movies in pre and post production including Wizardream and The Gospel Truth.
Samantha Boscarino, Then
Samantha Boscarino played Skyler who was Teddy's friend and PJ's girlfriend before she moved to New York and her character later ends up with PJ. Boscarino had acted in several shows and movies before landing the role of Skyler. She appeared on Nickelodeon's "How to Rock" as one of the main characters.
Samantha Boscarino, Now
After "Good Luck Charlie" ended, Boscarino appeared in several shows and movies but not as a recurring role like in "Good Luck Charlie." She has been on episodes of "Shameless," "The Resident," and "Slay," the latter of which aired earlier this year. She also has an Instagram that she occasionally updates.
The Cast of "Good Luck Charlie," Now
When "Good Luck Charlie" star Bridgit Mendler got engaged to her boyfriend earlier this year, Leigh-Allyn Baker posted this sweet get together photo of the whole family! They have all grown up so much since the show ended, but they continue to be a close-knit bunch.
Where Are They Now? The Cast of "Jessie"
"Jessie" aired on Disney Channel from 2011 to 2015. The show followed Jessie, played by Debbie Ryan, as she moved from a small town to New York City. She takes a job as a nanny for a family of four who live in the world's most expensive penthouse on the Upper-West Side. Many young actors got their breakout roles on the show, but where are they now?
Debby Ryan (Then)
Debby Ryan began her career in Hollywood on the TV series "Barney and Friends" at the age of 6. She then starred alongside Ice Cube and Keke Palmer in "The Longshots." Her breakout role was on the Disney Channel series, "The Suite Life On Deck" as Bailey Pickett. In 2011, she was cast as Jessie, the nanny who moved to NYC, on the Disney Channel series "Jessie."
Debby Ryan (Now)
After "Jessie" ended in 2015, Debby went on to star in several movies and TV series. In 2017, she starred as the leading character in "Rip Tide," and the following year she appeared in "Life of the Party." She currently stars as Patricia "Patty" Bladell in the Netflix series "Insatiable." In December of last year, she got engaged to her boyfriend, Josh Dun, from the band Twenty One Pilots.
Peyton List (Then)
Peyton List starred as Emma Ross on "Jessie." Emma is the eldest of the Ross children and the only biological child of Morgan and Christina. Before starring on "Jessie," Peyton made cameos on the soap operas "As the World Turns" and "All My Children." She had her break-out role as Greg's love interest, Holly Hills, in "Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules."
Peyton List (Now)
Before "Jessie" ended in 2015, Peyton reprised her role as Emma on a spin-off series called "Bunk'd." In 2018, she starred in the Hulu series "Light as a Feather." Now she has a reoccurring role as Tory on the Youtube series "Cobra Kai." Peyton has continued her modeling career and even ventured into the music industry, releasing a single "Liar, Liar" in 2018.
Cameron Boyce (Then)
Cameron Boyce made his acting debut in the Panic! at the Disco music video "Mirrors." He went on to have cameos on "Good Luck Charlie" and "General Hospital: Night Shift." He also appeared in "Grown Ups" as Adam Sandler's spoiled son. In 2011, he was cast as Luke on "Jessie." Luke is the second oldest of the Ross children, who's mischievous and sarcastic.
Cameron Boyce (Now)
Cameron's background in dance (he was trained in breakdancing, hip-hop, jazz, modern dance, tap and ballet) ultimately led him to be cast in the "Descendants" franchise. He played Carlos, the son of Cruella de Vil, in all three films. Unfortunately, on July 6, 2019, Cameron died in his sleep due to complications from epilepsy.
Karan Brar (Then)
Karan began his acting career at the age of 11 when he was cast as Chirag Gupta in "Dairy of a Wimpy Kid." He went on to reprise his role in the next two films of the franchise. However, in 2011, he landed the role of Ravi Ross on "Jessie." The adopted 10-year-old from India loved spending time with his pet lizard, Mr. Kipling.
Karan Brar (Now)
When Disney Channel announced that they were doing a spin-off series of "Jessie" called "Bunk'd," Karan found out that he would reprise his role of Ravi. In 2015, he also starred in the Disney Channel movie, "Invisible Sister." He is scheduled to appear in the 2020 film "Hubie Halloween" alongside Adam Sandler and Maya Rudolph.
Skai Jackson (Then)
Skai began her career in the industry by modeling for companies like Coca-Cola. She made her film debut in "Liberty Kid" before doing voice-over work on the Nickelodeon series "Bubble Guppies." In 2011, she landed the role of Zuri Ross on "Jessie." Zuri is the youngest of the Ross children; she's a quick-witted and intelligent girl who was adopted from Uganda.
Skai Jackson (Now)
Skai also starred in the spin-off series, "Bunk'd" alongside Peyton List and Karan Brar. Skai has continued to act, lending her voice to Glory Grant on the "Marvel Uprising" series. Earlier this year, she appeared in Lil Nas X music video for "Panini." Skai also wrote a book called "Reach for the Skai: How to Inspire, Empower, and Clapback" that was released in October.
Kevin Chamberlin (Then)
Kevin is an accomplished actor both on stage and onscreen. He appeared in the Broadway productions "Seussical" as Horton and "The Addams Family" as Uncle Fester. He also appeared in the movies "Road to Perdition" and "In & Out" before being cast on "Jessie." On "Jessie," Kevin played Bertram, the grouchy butler of the Ross family.
Kevin Chamberlin (Now)
In 2013, Kevin appeared in the Disney Channel Original Movie, "Teen Beach Movie" as Dr. Fusion. After "Jessie" ended, he made appearances on Netflix series such as "Grace and Frankie" and "A Series of Unfortunate Events." More recently, he has begun doing voice-over work. He lent his voice to characters in "The Emoji Movie" and "Wonder Park."
Chris Galya (Then)
Chris Galya played the character of Tony Chiccolini on "Jessie." He was the doorman of the apartment building in which the Ross family resided. He and Jessie dated for a short period, but eventually broke up. Before appearing on "Jessie," Chris appeared in an independent film called, "Momma's Man."
Chris Galya (Now)
After his time on "Jessie," Chris went on to star on the TV series, "Acting Dead," as the character Hunter Lee. In 2017, he starred in the action film "Dead Trigger" and the short-lived TV series called "The Boonies." Recently, Chris has been spending a lot of time traveling around the world.
Carolyn Hennesy (Then)
Carolyn Hennesy played Rhonda Chesterfield on "Jessie. Rhonda was incredibly rude to every character except Bertram, because she loved him. She served as a member on the board of directors for the Ross family's apartment building. Before "Jessie," Carolyn appeared on countless shows like "That 70's Show," "Reba," "Dawson's Creek" and "General Hospital."
Carolyn Hennesy (Now)
In November of 2016, Carolyn appeared in the Netflix series "Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life." That same year, she also appeared in the Amazon series "The Bay" as Karen Blackwell. She is also an accomplished writer of children's books. Carolyn is an animal rights activist and was named an American Humane Association celebrity ambassador.
Christina Moore (Then)
Christina Moore played Christina Ross, the former supermodel mom, on "Jessie." Moore began her career at a young age, starting in musical theatre in Chicago. In 2002, she joined the cast of "MADtv." A few years later, she played Laurie Forman on "That 70's Show." She also played Tracy on the CW's "90210."
Christina Moore (Now)
Christina has remained busy since "Jessie" ended back in 2015. She starred as April on "Last Man Standing" and as Mandy Heiser on the TNT series "Claws." She has a few movies coming out next year, both written by her husband John Ducey, titled "Roped" and "Wheels of Fortune." Christina has also ventured into the world of writing and producing.
Josie Totah (Then)
Josie, formerly known as J. J. Totah, played Stuart Wooten, the boy who had a crush on Zuri. Josie began her acting career in 2012, just one year before landing the role of Stuart on "Jessie." In 2013, Josie was also cast in the leading role of Michael Lovette on the ABC series "Back in the Game."
Josie Totah (Now)
Post-"Jessie," Josie has appeared on "Glee" as Myron Muskovitz, the youngest member of the New Directions. In 2018, Josie publically came out as transgender in a TIME article. She is an LGBTQ+ activist and has been recognized by the Human Rights Campaign. She also has a movie called "Good People" coming out soon that was directed by Lee Daniels.
Pierson Fodé (Then)
Pierson is an accomplished actor, model, writer and producer. At the age of 13 he founded his own production company called Pierced Productions. He made his acting debut on the Nickelodeon show "iCarly" as the character of Todd. In 2014, he landed the role of Brooks on "Jessie." Brooks is Jessie's boyfriend, and later fiancé, though things don't end on the best of terms.
Pierson Fodé (Now)
Pierson continued his acting career after "Jessie." He starred in "Naomi and Ely's No Kiss List" opposite Victoria Justice in 2015. That same year, he was cast on "The Bold and the Beautiful" taking over the role of Thomas Forrester. He has two movies coming out next year titled "It's Time" and "Reboot Camp."
Jennifer Veal (Then)
Jennifer Veal made her West End debut at age 11 in "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang." A few years later, she landed the role of Lucy on the Disney Channel UK's "As the Bell Rings." The show was so popular that she was eventually cast in the reoccurring roles of the twins Agatha and Angela on "Jessie." Agatha was a rude British nanny, while Angela wanted to steal Jessie's job.
Jennifer Veal (Now)
Since appearing on "Jessie," Jennifer started a Youtube channel focusing on comedy and her personal life. She has done voice-over work on the TV series "Rapunzel's Tangled Adventure" and "Descendants: Wicked World." She also starred on the Pop TV series "This Just In" as Abby.
Charles Esten (Then)
Charles is most popularly known as a cast member from "Whose Line Is It Anyway," as he was on the show from 1999 - 2005. He's had cameos on "Married...With Children," "ER" and "Big Love." In 2011, he was cast as Morgan Ross, the film directing father on "Jessie."
Charles Esten (Now)
In 2012, Charles landed the role of Deacon Claybourne on the TV series "Nashville." Charles is an accomplished musician and songwriter, and he also contributed to the show's soundtrack. He has released many singles over the years and is currently touring the country with his music. He is also filming a TV series called "Outer Banks" to be released next year.