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The Whereabouts Of The ‘Parker Lewis Can’t Lose’ Cast Will Surprise You

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Influenced by 1986’s Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, Parker Lewis Can’t Lose became an influence itself. Lasting for three seasons, the show inspired other Fox shows Ally McBeal and Malcolm in the Middle. Since its final episode in 1993, the show’s cast has gone in some surprising directions.

Lending A Hand

Following the show, Billy Jayne landed smaller roles in Road Kill and Charmed before retiring from acting in 2003. Lately, he’s been working with his company The Jayne Collective, which creates content for various clients. Some of the companies he’s worked with include Microsoft, Dannon, and Dr. Pepper.

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Married With Children

Maia Brewton stepped away from acting to pursue a degree from Yale University. Upon her graduation in 1998, she became an attorney. “I was growing increasingly interested, and disappointed, in government and decisions being made on both a local and national level. I decided to go to law school to learn more,” she told Bravo. In 2015, she appeared on the show Odd Mom Out to discuss life with her wife Lara and their two children.

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It’s The Law

At Parker Lewis‘ end, Troy Slaten gained one final main cast role on Superhuman Samurai Syber-Squad. In 2005, he became an attorney in Southern California. In the past, he’s represented Shameless star Ethan Cutkosky and Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Kim Richards. On occasion, he’ll make appearances on Fox News, NBC, and CBS as a legal analyst.

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Keeping Up With The Kids

During her run on Parker Lewis, Melanie Chartoff gained fame portraying Didi Pickles and Minka Kerpackter on Rugrats. Following an 18 year run with the popular Nickelodeon franchise, Chartoff worked on the documentary Extraordinary Faith. In 2018, she returned to voice acting with OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes.

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A Novel Transition

Corin Nemec spent several years taking smaller roles before gaining a recurring gig on Stargate SG-1. In early 2018, he unveiled his first book titled Venice High. “I was compelled to write it because my early teens were spent immersed in the graffiti scene in LA,” he told From The Desk.

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