Fastball Singer Tony Scalzo 'Memba Him?!

Hawaii-born Tony Scalzo gained fame in the late '90s when his American Rock band Fastball climbed the Billboard charts with their catchy song "The Way" and the follow-up slow jam "Out Of My Head."

Tony Scalzo is one of the founding members of Fastball and still records and plays gigs with the band's other two OGs including Miles Zuniga on guitar and Joey Shuffield on drums.

Fun(ish) Fact: "The Way" was inspired by the true story of a Texas couple who were found deceased in their car after driving hundreds of miles from home.

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Mark Taylor on 'Home Improvement' 'Memba Him?!

San Francisco born Taran Noah Smith was only 7 years old when he shot to stardom for playing the youngest Taylor son, Mark, on the clumsy construction comedy "Home Improvement" from 1991 to 1999. 

Taran Noah Smith was cast alongside an awesome ensemble of on-screen family including Zachery Ty Bryan as his brother eldest Brad, Jonathan Taylor Thomas as the middle child Randy, Patricia Richardson as the level-headed mom Jill and of course Tim Allan as the hilarious dad Tim "The Tool Man" Taylor.  

Since his long run on the classic '90s comedy, Smith has stayed out of the entertainment biz.

Guess what he looks like now at 35 years old! 

Linda on 'Becker' 'Memba Her?!

South Carolina born Shawnee Smith is best known for playing the bubbly brunette Linda -- who aids in every day stuff around the doctors office -- in the classic medical comedy "Becker." 

Shawnee Smith wasn't alone on the six seasons of the CBS sitcom ... she acted along with greats like Alex Desert as the best friend Jake Malinak, Hattie Winston as the nurse Margaret and, of course, Ted Danson as the hilarious Harvard graduate Doctor John Becker.

Fun Fact: Shawnee is also one-half of the cool country rock band Smith & Pyle alongside "Galaxy Quest" and "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" star Missi Pyle

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Supermodel Carol Alt 'Memba Her?!

New York born Carol Alt was only 22 years old (and 5' 10") when she shot to stardom after she was featured on the cover of the 1982 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue in a sexy red one-piece swimsuit on a beach along the Kenya coast. 

Carol Alt went on to become one of the most in hundreds of magazine as including Vogue, Harper's, Bazaar, Elle and Cosmopolitan, as well as, scoring sought after ad campaigns like Cover Girl, Hanes, Givenchy and Diet Pepsi.

Alt also has an extensive acting career that includes screen time on "Private Parts," "Wings" and "Thunder in Paradise." 

Guess what she looks like now at 58 years old!

April Nardini in 'Gilmore Girls' 'Memba Her?!

Los Angeles native Vanessa Marano was only 13 years old when she landed the role of the spectacled youngster, April Nardini, in the long-running television drama "Gilmore Girls."

Vanessa Marano shared her scenes with stars like Scott Patterson as her paternal plot twist Luke Danes, Sherilyn Fenn as April's pretty (and protective) mom, Anna Nardini ... and of course Lauren Graham as the sassy mom and Luke's love interest, Lorelai Gilmore along with Alexis Bledel as the sweet single child, Rory Gilmore

Fun fact: Vanessa's sister Laura Marano (23 years old) is also an actress and was one of the original kids on the FOX television show "Are You Smarter than a 5th Grader?"

Guess what she looks like now at 26 years old!

Native American Dude in The Village People 'Memba Him?!

New York-born Felipe Rose was in his early 20s when he strapped on a Native American costume and shot to stardom as a founding member of 70s disco and soul supergroup, the Village People.

Felipe Rose shared the stage with some other epic villagers including Randy Jones as the cool looking cowboy, Alex Briley as the stud sailor, David Hodo as the hard-working construction man and Glenn Hughes as the leather-bound biker.

The Village People blessed the world with bangers like "Macho Man," "In The Navy," "Can't Stop The Music" and of course "Y.M.C.A."

Guess what he looks like now at 65 years old!

'90s World Cup Star Mia Hamm 'Memba Her?!

Alabama born Mia Hamm was in her 20s when she shot to stardom after becoming the face of U.S.A.'s Women's soccer team as a midfielder and forward in both the FIFA Women's World Cup and the Summer Olympics.

Mia Hamm played alongside an incredible roster on American athletes referred to as the Fab Five -- including Julie Foudy as the big-blocking midfielder, Joy Fawcett as the daring defender, Kristine Lilly as the fast-moving forward and of course, Brandi Chastain as the iconic shirt stripping game-winner.

Hamm's last match as a U.S.A. representative was at the 2004 Olympics in Athens, Greece.

Guess what she looks like now at 47 years old!

Belloq in 'Raiders of the Lost Ark' 'Memba Him?!

Paul Freeman is best known for playing the rival archeologist and Nazi helper-outer Dr. Rene Belloq in Steven Spielberg's first installation of the classic Indiana Jones franchise, "Raiders of the Lost Ark."

Paul Freeman shared the big screen with an epic cast of characters including Harrison Ford as the whip-slinging archeologist and all-around cool guy Indiana "Indy" Jones, Karen Allen as the alcohol expert and ark protecting Marion Ravenwood and Arnold Ernst as the palm-scarred Nazi Toht who has the iconic face melting scene at the end of the film.

Freeman went on to star in "Falcon Crest" and "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie."

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Walter Skinner on 'X-Files' 'Memba Him?!

Mitch Pileggi was only 42 years old when he gained fame for playing FBI's assistant director, Walter Skinner, in the '90s supernatural show "The X-Files" on FOX.

Mitch Pileggi shared the science fiction show with stars like Gillian Anderson as the skeptical agent Dana Scully, David Duchovny as the credulous agent Fox Mulder and William B. Davis as the super secret, Smoking Man.

Pileggi went on to roles on both of the break out paranormal films "The X-Files" (1998) and a decade later in "The X-Files: I Want To Believe" (2008).

His other classic credits include being cast on "The A-Team," "Falcon Crest," "Dragnet," "Dallas," "Basic Instinct," "Walker, Texas Ranger" and "ER."

Guess what he looks like now at 67 years old!

Bob Vila on 'This Old House' 'Memba Him?!

Miami born Bob Vila worked his way into the homes of millions as the hard-working host and blue-collar sex symbol on the long-running home renovation television show 'This Old House.'

Bob Vila tooled around on the PBS program alongside master carpenter Norm Abram starting back in 1979 but Vila demoed his involvement a decade later after an endorsement disagreement ... the show was then contracted out to Steve Thomas ... who continue to build the show after that.

Vila can still be spotted whittling around on the Home Shopping Network selling tools named after himself.

Guess what he looks like now at a perfectly aged 72 years old.

'Show Me Love' Singer Robin S. 'Memba Her?!

New York-born singer Robin S. (real name Robin Stone) was only 30 years old when she shot to fame when her dance jam, "Show Me Love," hit the airwaves in 1993 and made the world move with its infectious groove.

Robin S. also had success on Billboard's Dance Club Songs with the jams, "Luv for Luv" and "What I Do Best" ... also on her "Show Me Love" album on Big Beat and Atlantic records -- solidifying Robin as a singing icon in the '90s club scene.

Robin S. resurfaced last weekend and performed on stage at the 49th annual Boston Pride Festival.

Guess what she looks like now at 57 years old!

Trinity on 'Trailer Park Boys' 'Memba Her?!

Canadian actress Jeanna Harrison was only 5 years old when she took on the role of the cigarette smoking, rim stealing and carjacking Trinity in the high-larious TV show "Trailer Park Boys."

Jeanna Harrison acted alongside Robb Wells as her deadbeat dad, Ricky, and Lucy Decoutere as her hairstyling and money-laundering mother, Lucy, for over eighty episodes of the cult comedy.

Other epic characters included Mike Smith as the shopping cart loving Bubbles and John Dunsworth as the ex-cop turned trailer park supervisor and drunk Jim Lahey.

The show has now transitioned to an animated series with most of the old cast still contributing the voices.

Guess what she looks like now at 26 years old!

Officer Clemmons on 'Mister Rogers' Neighborhood' 'Memba Him?!

Francois Clemmons was in his early 20s when began his long run as the neighborhood policeman, Officer Clemmons, on the formative children's television show "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood."

Francois Clemmons was alongside other incredible counterparts like Betty Aberlin as Lady Aberlin, Joe Negri as Handyman Negri, David Newell as the delivery man Mr. McFeely and of course Fred Rogers as Mr. Rogers himself.

Francois was on the program for 25 years and was one of the first African-Americans with a recurring role on a kids show ... opening the door for others on shows like "Sesame Street" and "The Electric Company."

Guess what he looks like now at 74 years old!

Ty Pennington on 'Extreme Makeover: Home Edition' 'Memba Him?!

Georgia born Ty Pennington was in his late 30s when he shot to stardom as the supercute carpenter and all around nice guy, in the long-running home renovation show, "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" on ABC.

Before the handsome handyman was moving buses on 'Extreme Makeover' ... Ty Pennington was also on the TLC show "Trading Spaces" from 2000 - 2003 where he only hooked up a single room in a family's home.

Pennington parted ways with the hit home show in 2012 after revamping hundreds of homes and helping countless families along the way.

Guess what he looks like now at 54 years old!

Savage Garden Singer Darren Hayes 'Memba Him?!

Australian artist Darren Hayes was in his early twenties when he gained fame for his buttery smooth vocals on tracks like "Truly Madly Deeply," "I Want You" and "I Knew I Loved You" for the late '90s pop duo, Savage Garden.

Darren shared the stardom on Savage Garden with his contemporary counterpart, Daniel Jones, and produced two pop albums on Columbia records ... one self-titled record, "Savage Garden," in 1997 and the 1999 follow up album, "Affirmation."

Darren and Daniel parted ways as a group in 2001 ... while Hayes continued on as a solo act after that.

Guess what he looks like now at 47 years old!

Barker's Beauty Janice On 'The Price Is Right' 'Memba Her?!

American model Janice Pennington was 30 years old when she became a daytime staple as one of the original Barker's Beauties on the classic price predicting television show, "The Price is Right."

Janice Pennington started on the showcase show in 1972 and was part of a TV trifecta alongside Holly Hallstrom and Dian Parkinson who remained the three main models on the show for over two decades.

Fun Fact: Janice was responsible for handing Bob Barker his iconic wand microphone at the start of each show ... totaling over 6,000 episodes from 1972 - 2000.

Guess what she looks like now at 76 years old.