'Memba these iconic Disney Channel stars?
With the launch of Disney+, these faces have been brought back to the screen and plenty of childhood memories are coming back with it.
Movies from "The Luck of the Irish" and "Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century" to "Gotta Kick It Up!" and "Motocrossed" have all the nostalgic feels returning.
Take a good look through our gallery of Disney Channel Original Movies and see if you can remember the faces featured in these films ... Keep scrolling and get a look at what the actors look like now!
Chicago-born T'Keyah Crystal Keymah was only 28 years old when she showed her funny side with characters like Cryssy, Hilda Hedley, Mrs. Buttman and Leslie Livingston with Homey The Clown on the '90s alternative sketch comedy TV show, "In Living Color" on FOX.
Keymah was cast alongside huge stars on the rise including Jim Carey, Jamie Foxx, Tommy Davidson, David Alan Grier, Jennifer Lopez ... and of course the entire Wayan's family brood.
Keymah is also well known for playing the mom, Tanya Baxter -- opposite Raven-Symone -- on "That's So Raven."
Missouri-born Guy Torry is best known for playing the friendly prison workmate, Lamont -- who creates an important bond while folding bedding and penitentiary drawers -- in the 1998 film, "American History X."
Guy Torry was cast alongside Edward Norton who received an Academy Award nomination for Best Actor for his work as the white supremacist, Derek Vinyard ... who is ultimately protected by Lamont after he changes his ways in Chino prison.
Fun Fact: Guy's older brother is comedian Joe Torry who's most notably Chicago in "Poetic Justice" and Stack in "Tales From The Hood."
South Carolina-born Lurie Poston was only 12 years old when he was cast as the sharp singing son Tommy -- who nails his part in the family a cappella rendition of the Guns N' Roses jam "Sweet Child O' Mine" -- in the 2008 sibling comedy "Step Brothers" With Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly.
Lurie Poston belted out the tune with his onscreen family including Elizabeth Yozamp as the on-key little sister Tiffany, Kathryn Hahn as the mom who wastes $1,200 a week on singing lessons Alice ... and of course the wild-driving dad who almost kills the solo Derek.
Guess what Lurie looks like now at 23 years old!
Aleisha Allen was only 14 years old when she was cast as the mischievous and clever daughter, Lindsey Kingston -- who snapped a flash photo that caused a deer to go wild -- in the 2005 family comedy movie, "Are We There Yet?"
Allen starred in this hilarious adventure film alongside Ice Cube, as the determined romantic trying to win over her mother's heart, and makes their journey across the country much more difficult for him than he could have anticipated. After the film's success, Allen continued onto the sequel, "Are We Done Yet?"
British actor Simon Kunz is best known for his role as the butler, Martin -- who is really just another member of the family -- in the 1998 remake of "The Parent Trap."
Kunz was seeing double when he acted alongside Lindsay Lohan -- who played both roles of the twins, Hallie and Annie -- and is remembered in this classic romantic comedy for his intricately choreographed handshake with her. After getting wrapped up in the scheme himself, he ends up falling in love with Dennis Quaid's housekeeper.
Here comes the sun!!!
Australian singer and songwriter Gotye (real name Wouter "Wally" De Backer) shot to stardom back in 2012 -- alongside kiwi singer Kimbra -- after his catchy single, "Somebody That I Used To Know," topped the Billboard Hot 100 charts!!!
Gotye went on to win three Grammys at the 55th Annual Grammy Awards in 2013 for Best Alternative Album, Best Pop Duo/Group Performance and Record Of The Year.
Although Gotye hasn't released much music since his 2011 album, "Making Mirrors" ... he's been actively rocking out with the jam band The Basics and even has a show next month in Victoria, Australia.
Maryland-born actress Kimberly J. Brown was only 14 years old when she took on the role of the witch in training, Marnie Piper -- who leaves the mortal world with her siblings to battle the evil warlock, Kalabar -- in the OG 1998 Disney Channel spooky movie, "Halloweentown."
Kimberly J. Brown was cast alongside some other young actors including Joey Zimmerman as the middle sibling and bus-hopping brother, Dylan Piper, and Emily Roeske as the youngest sister and tagalong troublemaker, Sophie Piper.
Brown was also in the cinematic sequels including "Halloweentown II: Kalabar's Revenge" and "Halloweentown High," but was ultimately replaced by Sara Paxton in the 2006 final film "Return To Halloweentown."
"Halloween is cool."
Boulder, Colorado-born Lucas Elliot Eberl was only 12 years old when he manifested into the role of Tunnel Boy -- who was the last incarnation of the Ancient Enemy before being wiped out by the bio-engineered bacteria -- in the 1998 freaky film adaptation of the Dean Koontz book, "Phantoms."
Lucas Elliot Eberl starred in the creepy flick alongside stars like Peter O'Toole as the super-smart Dr. Tomothy Flyte, Joanna Going and Rose McGowan as the sisters in distress, Lisa and Dr. Jennifer Pailey ... and, of course, Ben Affleck as the sharp-shooting sheriff who saves the day, Sheriff Bryce Hammond.
Guess what he looks like now at 33 years old!
Los Angeles-native DeJuan Guy is best known for his role as the neighborhood lore expert, Jake -- who helps save the baby from the fire and chucks the murderous hook onto the coffin at the end -- in the 1992 repetitive horror film, "Candyman."
DeJuan Guy was cast alongside a killer cast of actors including Virginia Madsen, as the researcher-turned-psycho killer, Helen Lyle, Vanessa Williams, as the dog-owning mother who loses her baby, Anne-Marie McCoy ... and, of course, Tony Todd, as the hook-swinging slasher, The Candyman.
Staten Island-local Mike Giannelli is best known for playing the creepy Art The Clown -- who terrorizes, tortures and murders young people on a VHS tape -- in the 2013 killer clown film "All Hallows' Eve."
Mike Giannelli is cemented into the ranks of classic homicidal clown movies including "Killer Klowns From Outer Space," "Poltergeist," 2019's "Joker" and of course Stephen King's "IT."
Freaky fact: Mike Giannelli did not take on the role of Art The Clown in the 2016 fright follow-up, "Terrifier," instead the clown was played by David Howard Thorton.
Wyoming-native Thomas Wilson Brown was 17 years old when he hit the big screen as the dreamy next-door neighbor, Little Russ Thompson -- not to be confused with his dad, Big Russ Thompson, played by Matt Frewer -- in the classic 1989 mini-movie "Honey, I Shrunk The Kids."
Thomas Wilson Brown played the pint-size part alongside a cast of microscopic stars including Jared Rushton, as his punk little brother, Ron Thompson ... and Amy O'Neill as the neighbor crush, Amy Szalinski, and her nerdy little brother, Nick Szalinski, played by Robert Oliveri.
Guess what he looks like now at 46 years old.
DeWayne Jessie is best known for playing the "Shama Lama Ding Dong" and "Shout"-singing Otis Day (of Otis Day and The Knights) in the beer-chugging, toga-wearing, float-crashing comedy masterpiece, "National Lampoon's Animal House."
DeWayne Jessie partied in the college classic alongside legends like Tim Matheson as the ladies man, Eric "Otter" Stratton, Peter Riegert as the frat-bro BFF, Donald "Boon" Schoenstein ... and, of course, John Belushi as the Jack Daniels chugging Greek God, John "Bluto" Blutarsky.
Keep your ears to the ground because Jessie still performs live as Otis Day and The Knights.
Guess what he looks like now at 68 years old!
Canadian-born Nicole Crimi was only 8 years old when she was cast as the easily influenced little sister, Kylie George -- who drinks up Kelis' "Milkshake" music video and 'Girls Gone Wild' commercials -- in the 2004 high school movie masterpiece, "Mean Girls."
Nicole Crimi stars in the classic comedy alongside celebs like Amy Poehler, as the mom with boobs as hard as rocks, Mrs. George ... and of course Rachel McAdams, as the carb-loading, plastic sister, Regina George, who gets hit by (or possibly pushed in front of) a bus!!!
Happy October 3rd!!!
Guess what she looks like now at 23 years old.
San Jose-native Jasmine V (real name Jasmine Marie Villegas) was only 16 years old when she was the bowling and break-dancing love interest in Justin Bieber's music video for his breakout 2010 pop single, "Baby."
Three months later Jasmine V went on the play a smaller part in Justin Bieber and Sean Kingston's flip-flopping follow-up, "Eenie Meenie," in March 2010.
Since Jasmine V's debut, the Biebs' "Baby" vid has cranked out over two billion views on YouTube.
Jasmine now has a baby, baby, baby oooh of her own!!!
Guess what she looks like now at 25 years old.
Chicago-born singer Dodie Stevens was only 13 years old when she found herself launched into stardom when her single, "Pink Shoe Laces," landed on the Billboard Hot 100, eventually peaked at #3 and sold over one million copies back in 1959.
Dodie Stevens went on to release the "Pink Shoelaces" album that included great songs like "Yes, I'm Lonesome Tonight," "To Know Him Is To Love Him" and "No."
Dodie can still be heard over the radio airwaves around the holiday time with her seasonal song, "Merry, Merry Christmas Baby."
Guess what she looks like now at 73 years old!