All That was a beloved zany sketch comedy series on Nickelodeon that was a staple TV program in many children's homes in the '90s. The show lasted for ten seasons and aired on the network from 1994 to 2005.
The series launched the careers of several of the show's stars, and it's time to take a look back and see where the original seven cast members are now.
First up...Lori Beth Denberg
In many of Lori Beth Denberg's sketches, she stole the show with her hysterical wit, wild antics, and crazy costumes. Arguably one of her most memorable sketches was "Vital Information," which was the show's closest thing to the "Weekend Update." One of her other beloved sketches was titled the "Loud Librarian," and perfectly portrayed the show's ongoing mocking tone directed at hypocritical adults.
After appearing on All That from 1994-1998, Lori went on to appear in a handful of comedies. Some of her most notable credits included Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story, The Steve Harvey Show, and Good Burger alongside her former co-stars Keenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell.
Aside from her acting career, Lori went on to become an ordained minister.
“It’s my favorite thing to do. I got ordained as a minister to marry my oldest friend in the world to his now wife,” Denberg said during an interview with ABC News in 2015. “I wrote a whole specialized ceremony for them and people just loved it. They said, ‘This is so great. You should do this. You should offer this service.' So, I took their advice!”
Raise your voice! pic.twitter.com/wVCxstXhUi— Lori Beth Denberg (@LoriBethDenberg) November 7, 2016
Keenan Thompson was one of the original seven cast members on All That. His distinctive voice and unforgettable sketches - such as "Pierre Escargot" and "Mavis and Clavis" - made him one of the cast favorites. In many of his segments, he was paired with his pal Kel Mitchell, which led to the duo getting their own spinoff show, Kenan & Kel.
Of all the cast members of All That, the 39-year-old actor has had one of the more successful careers in comedy. He went on to star in films such as Good Burger and Fat Albert. Most notably, he was cast in Saturday Night Live back in 2003 and has been a part of a seemingly endless number of hilarious sketches on the NBC show since then.
“If you were designing the person perfect for SNL, most of the components would look like Kenan,” SNL creator Lorne Michaels said while talking to Huffington Post.
In both 2015 and 2016, Keenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell paired up for a Good Burger sketches on The Tonight Show and for a Fandango campaign, respectively.
“[Working together] is like a comfy pair of shoes because we did it not too long ago,” Thompson said during an interview with People at the time. “It feels like we picked up from a two-day break as opposed to like eight months."
Kel Mitchell made a lasting impression on All That fans with his frantic energy and comical facial expressions. Even in over-the-top sketches like "Repairman-man," Mitchell seemed to take the hilarity to another level.
After All That, Kel didn't experience the same amount of acting success as his buddy Keenan Thompson. While the two starred together in their offshoot series, Keenan & Kel, and in the feature-length film Good Burger, Mitchell would fall out of the spotlight in the comedy industry for a time.
Mitchell, who is now 38, was even the victim of a death hoax back in 2006 due to his career invisibility. Fortunately, Kel is alive and well. He is currently starring in Game Shakers, which is the latest sitcom by All That creator Dan Schneider.
Kel Mitchell is currently expecting his third child with his wife Asia Le. They recently celebrated their fifth-year anniversary. Mitchell is already father to a 15-year-old daughter named Allure and a 17-year-old son named Lyric.
Not only was Josh Server one of the original seven cast members on All That, but also he was the only one to remain on the series throughout the seven-season stretch from 1994-2000. One of Server's most memorable characters were "Detective Dan," a character who was hilariously incompetent. However, he will be most remembered for playing "The Ear Boy."
During an interview with Complex, Server once said: "The Ear Boy" character will live with me for the rest of my life, it doesn't matter where I go or what I do. When I win my Oscar, God willing, they're going to show a clip or Ear Boy."
Angelique Bates was cast on All That after she wowed the producers will a spot-on Steve Urkel impression, EW reported. She was one of the first original cast members, but after only two seasons on the show, Bates was also the first cast member to leave.
After All That, Bates still stayed in touch with her former co-stars Katrina Johnson and Alisa Reyes. The three of them frequently team up for comedy sketches that Bates shares on her YouTube Channel. The three go by the acronym "AKA." In addition to her acting, Angelique tried her hand at music under the name Alizay.
While many of the cast members reported having fond memories of their time on All That, Angelique spoke out last year saying that she was a victim of child abuse during her tenure on the show. She even said that the producers were aware of the abuse, but did nothing to stop it.
"I was only 12 years old and that's when my nightmare began," she said during an interview with The Shade Room. "I was physically, mentally, and emotionally abused in front of the producers and cast members, and sometimes they could even hear me yelling, but nothing was done to help me until approximately 1996, when CPS was called.”
While All That was a show by kids written for kids, the creators weren't afraid to throw in some humor directed at the greater culture at the time. One of Katrina Johnson's most memorable sketches was when she did a hilarious impression of presidential candidate Ross Perot. Another hilarious skit that Johnson took part in was "The Lemonade Scammer."
After appearing on All That from 1994-1997, Katrina only appeared in an uncredited role on Sisters and as a school kid on the short titled She's a Fox, according to IMDB.
Of the seven original All That cast members, Alisa Reyes was easily one of the most upbeat and energetic. She appeared on the show from 1994 to 1997 and brought a unique energy to skits like "Kiki the Island Girl."
Following All That, Reyes jumped ship from Nickelodeon and switched over to Disney. She voiced animated mean girl LaCienega Boulevardez on The Proud Family. Other voiceover work included her role in 2015 3D cartoon Da Jammies. Her most recent film work included Heavenly Deposit, which released this year.
In addition to her acting career, Reyes has worked as a radio DJ and host for Playboy's Sirius station.