OMG! This Is What The Cast Of ‘The Little Rascals’ Looks Like Now?

Ever Wonder What Happened To The Cast Of 'The Little Rascals'?

It's been shortly over twenty years since this 90's classic was released, and one can only imagine what happened to these childhood stars. After hours of stalking instagram and extensive research, we have the most shocking updates for you; from childhood stardom to a minimum wage Starbucks worker, singer-songwriter, even a male go-go dancer! Check out the dirt on The Little Rascals cast in present day- you might not believe what you're about to read...

Brittany Ashton Holmes - Darla, Working At Starbucks

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While Darla had big dreams for her life, actress Brittany Ashton Holmes left Hollywood shortly after her star role in Little Rascals. Her last film we saw her in was the 1996 TV movie Humanoids From the Deep. The last time we heard from her, she was working at a Starbucks, recently married in L.A., and finishing school to get her degree in Political Science. She loves to travel in her off time and doesn't like to talk much about her childhood acting career.

Blake McIver Ewing - Waldo, Singer / G0-Go Dancer!

Talk about a smoke show! Other than being extremely attractive, Blake McIver Ewing is known currently for being a singer-songwriter, pianist and an actor. The multi-talented star was was nominated for an Ovation Award for his role as "The Little Boy" in the Los Angeles production of Ragtime. He is also a proud graduate of UCLA. 

Though his resume sounds impressive, Ewing had some not so impressive jobs...like working as a go-go dancer in Los Angeles back in 2013. He claimed, "The tips were good. In fact, I raised so much money, I was able to finish my record — mission accomplished." We've got to give it to him;  that's determination right there! 


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Bug Hall - Alfalfa, All Settled Down

Believe it or not, Bug Hall's real name isn't Bug, it's Brandon. After making American fall in love with him for his role as Alfalfa, Bug continued his career into the '90s and early '00s, in movies like Honey, We Shrunk OurselvesHercules, and Get a Clue. He later made appearances all over TV in shows such as CSI: MiamiThe O.C.,  Criminal Minds, and 90210. Though he still continues to act, produce and write, the childhood star has settled down quite a bit. He tied the knot last February and welcomed a baby girl into the world in November.

Ross Bagley - Buckwheat, The DJ

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Ross Bagley was an unforgettable face back in the 90's. You may remember him as Nicky on the classic show, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air with Will Smith. In fact the two became quite the duo, as they teamed up again for the movie Independence Day, in 1996. As far as we know, apart from acting he is a full time father, realtor, and part time DJ living in L.A.

Travis Tedford - Spanky, Marketing Specialist

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Oh Spanky, how can we forget that irresistible smile. In the 90's, he was the face every name brand loved for product endorsement. His Welch grape juice advertisement even pushed his childhood career to a greater height. Though many of us probably assumed he'd pursue acting, Tedford has given up his dreams of being a Hollywood star to join the business world as marketing specialist for the Texas Trust Credit Union. 


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Kevin Jamal Woods - Stymie, Music Producer

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After Kevin Jamal Woods played the adorable little Stymie, he landed roles in several 1990's movies like the puppy in Babe, Frank in Blossom and Cleveland in A Perfect World. Unfortunately for this cutie, like most of the other Rascals his acting career isn't thriving. We haven't seen him on screen since his last appearance in the 2000 film The Brainiacs.com.

Kevin got his degree back in 2009 and he too lives in Texas, where he works for a Media Market Research Firm and is also a budding music producer.

 Jordan Warkol - Froggy, Professional Poker Player

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Jordan Warkol was another successful childhood actor, and as he got older still acted-  but behind the scenes, as Chocolate Boy on Hey Arnold and Eddie on Rocket Power. After Rocket Power ended, Jordan's acting career came to a halt. He now plays professional poker quite well, in fact he recently competed in the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas.

Sam Saletta - Butch, Aspiring Musician


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We all recognize this bad boy as the bully in The Little Rascals, what you may not know is that he also was a voice for the TV show Rocket Power, conveniently voicing "Sam" on the cartoon show. He has also made several appearence on television, from Seventh Heaven, Recess and The Kids from Room 402. In 2010 he provided voices for Call of Duty: Black Ops. As for now, he's an aspiring musician, working with the band Jubala, which you can check out on SoundCloud.

The Cast Reunited- 20 Years Later!

2014 marked the celebration of the films twenty year reunion, and Vision 22, a production company that specializes in reuniting old movie casts did just that for the hit film. Though it's nice to see the cast reunited, it kind of breaks our hearts that none of these childhood stars survived in the Hollywood spotlight, or that Alfalfa married another woman- who wasn't named Darla!