Elisabeth Shue rose to fame after making her film debut opposite Ralph Macchio in “The Karate Kid.” She landed her first starring role in 1987, in “Adventures of Babysitting.” She began the 90s, reprising her role of Jennifer for the third movie in the “Back to the Future,” franchise.She steadily kept acting in the 90s, and was even nominated for an Oscar for her performance in the 1995 film “Leaving Las Vegas.” Actress Cote De Pablo was born in Chile, but was raised in Miami, Florida. Air Force, and therefore, she spent most of the 90s moving around the world. By 15 years old, she made her way to Nashville to try to make it big in country music.She continued her acting career into the 2000s with leading roles in “The Division” and “Flashpoint.” She also released her first music album in 2001, and has released 2 more since.Set to be released in 2017, she is writing and directing a indie comedy film titled “The Space Between.” Calista Flockhart was best known for her portrayal as the title role in the TV series, “Ally Mc Beal.” The somewhat neurotic lawyer, Ally, was a career driven women on the road to find love.In 2014, Hewitt joined the cast of “Criminal Minds” as Agent Kate Callahan.She left the show in 2015 due to her pregnancy of her second child.She has released a few more singles and extended plays since her original album. Kerrigan is best known for the 1994 scandal “The Whack Heard Round the World.” Kerrigan was on her way to the locker room before the U. Figure Skating Championships, when Shane Stant, fellow competitor Tonya Harding’s ex-husband’s friend, hit her in the leg with a police baton.
From the Pink Power Ranger (Amy Jo Johnson), to ice skating legend Nancy Kerrigan, to Monica Lewinsky, we compiled a list of the most famous 1990s celebrities and what they’re up to today.
In 1997, Julia Stiles landed a role in “The Devil’s Own,” along side Harrison Ford and Brad Pitt, which led to her getting the lead role in the 1998 thriller, “Wicked.” She finished off the 90s strong, by portraying a featured role in “10 Things I Hate About You” opposite Heath Ledger.
Stiles had continued success in her acting career, including landing roles in the Bourne franchise and the 2012 box office hit “Silver Linings Playbook.” From 2012-2014 she starred in the series “Blue.” In 1996, Danes became the subject of every female’s jealousy, when she starred opposite Leonardo Di Caprio, in the film adaptation of William Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet.” In 2010, she played the title role in “Temple Grandin.” Her performance received high accolades and she won an Emmy, Golden Globe, and Screen Actors Guild Award.
Recently, she announced she will be the executive producer on a documentary about eating disorders in sports.
Sarah Jessica Parker started out the 90s, with a recurring role on TV show “Equal Justice.” In 1993, she landed the role of Sarah, alongside Better Midler, in “Hocus Pocus.” However, Carrie Bradshaw was the relationship guru and fashion icon in the late 90s, thanks to actress Sarah Jessica Parker.