It’s been almost two decades since Eric, Donna, Hyde, Kelso, Jackie, Fez, and the rest of the gang last strutted across our TV screens in their rockin’ bellbottoms, even if their memory lives on through syndication. And in the years since That ’70s Show ended, the actors involved have naturally added quite a bit to their resumes, so let’s catch up with the cast to see where they are now.
1. Mila Kunis (Jackie Burkhart)
Mila Kunis, lest we forget, played Jackie Burkhart, the prima donna of the group and Michael Kelso’s girlfriend for the first two seasons – before she moved on to Stephen Hyde and then eventually Fez. It’s entirely apt, then, that Kunis hooked up with Kelso actor Ashton Kutcher in real life, too: the pair married in July 2015 and have two kids together.
And that’s not even mentioning her slew of acclaimed movie roles – like her Golden Globe-nominated turn in Black Swan – or that she famously voices Meg Griffin in Family Guy. And like many of her old castmates, Kunis popped up in the Netflix sequel series That '90s Show.
2. Wilmer Valderrama (Fez)
Funny foreigner Fez spent most of his time on screen swooning over girls, sometimes to morally dubious effect. Wilmer Valderrama, though, has been considerably more successful with the ladies than his That ’70s Show alter ego, with the actor having been romantically linked to the likes of Mandy Moore, Lindsay Lohan, and Demi Lovato, to name but a few.
Moreover, since Valderrama left that Wisconsin basement his list of screen credits has grown to include voicing the eponymous character of the Disney animated kids’ show Handy Manny and playing Carlos Madrigal in From Dusk till Dawn: The Series. Notably, he's also portrayed Nick Torres in multiple NCIS shows.
3. Laura Prepon (Donna Pinciotti)
Donna Pinciotti (Laura Prepon) was more than the typical girl next door. After all, she possessed both beauty and brains and, on more than one occasion, proved herself a force to be reckoned with. And while it took a little while for Prepon to hitch herself regularly to another popular show, she finally did it in 2013.
That was when she was cast as former drug mule Alex Vause in the hit Netflix series Orange is the New Black. Showing off her creative range, Prepon also directed a couple episodes of That '90s Show.
4. Debra Jo Rupp (Kitty Forman)
Being the perfect working wife and mother isn’t easy, and Kitty Forman dealt with the pressures by wielding, from time to time, a drink and some cutting sarcasm. The generally doting mom was played by Debra Jo Rupp, who went on to star in the short-lived ABC sitcom Better with You.
Rupp also subsequently portrayed the titular celebrity therapist in off-Broadway show Becoming Dr. Ruth. More recently, she joined the Marvel Universe as part of the cast of the critically acclaimed WandaVision.