Check out what the cast of The Wonder Years has been up to
The Wonder Years is an American television comedy-drama created by Neal Marlens and Carol Black. It ran on ABC from 1988 through 1993.
Fred Savage as Kevin Arnold- In 1999, he graduated from Stanford University with a degree in English. He more recently sat in the director's chair, directing episodes of "2 Broke Girls," "Modern Family" and "Happy Endings." Over the past few years, Savage has voiced a character on the TV series, "Generator Rex." He got married in 2004 and has three children.
Jason Hervey as Wayne Arnold- Jason Hervey has only had a few acting gigs since "The Wonder Years," starring in the short-lived early 2000s TV series, "100 Deeds for Eddie McDowd." He has since focused his energies on producing. He has two children with wife, Shannon.
Olivia d'Abo as Karen Arnold- Olivia d'Abo had plenty of guest appearances after her stint on "The Wonder Years," including roles on "Party of Five," "Spin City," "Justice League," Law & Order: Criminal Intent" and "Star Wars: The Clone Wars." She's currently attached to "Paganini: The Devil's Violinist," also starring "Joely Richardson."
Alley Mills as Norma Arnold- After "The Wonder Years" went off the air, Mills had a recurring role on "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman." From 2001-2004, she starred in "Yes, Dear," and since 2006, she's had a part on "The Bold and the Beautiful."
Danica McKellar as Winnie Cooper- After "The Wonder Years" ended, McKellar had a few guest appearances on TV series she also focused on her studies, going on to graduate summa cum laude from UCLA with a mathematics degree. In recent years, she has popped up on "How I Met Your Mother" and "The Big Bang Theory." As for her personal life, McKellar announced her divorce from composer Mike Verta in February 2013. They have one child.
Dan Lauria as John "Jack" Arnold- After "The Wonder Years," Lauria had roles on "Party of Five," "Amazing Grace" and "Ed." He's been active ever since, appearing in "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit," "Nurse Jackie" "NCIS: Los Angeles," among other shows. He currently stars in the TBS series "Sullivan & Son."
Josh Saviano as Paul Joshua Pfeiffer- Saviano abandoned acting after "The Wonder Years." He went on to major in in political science at Yale before getting his law degree from Yeshiva's Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in New York in 2003. He's currently a partner in Morrison Cohen's Corporate Department, working in intellectual property with a focus on celebrity and corporate cases.