A Christmas Story is undoubtedly one of the greatest holiday films of all time, and this year it celebrates its 35th anniversary.
Released in 1983, the film brought joy and laughter to audiences everywhere, with the amazing cast being a huge factor in why A Christmas Story has such a lasting impact year after year.
To this day, the film is famously shown on TBS or TNT for 24 hours on Christmas Eve and Christmas day.
For fans who are wondering where the cast of the holiday classic are over three decades after the film first debuted, we did the research for you! Scroll down to see where Ralphie and the whole gang are now.
Played by: Peter Billingsley (above right)
The young star of A Christmas Story is all grown up now and making movies of his own.
Billingsley briefly appeared in the modern holiday classic Elf, and also had small roles in the first Iron Man film, and Vince Vaughn and Jennifer Aniston's The Break-Up, both of which he also executive produced.
He also hopped behind the camera as well, directing Vaughn in two films: the 2009 comedy, Couples Retreat, and 2016's action thriller, Term Life.
Currently, he is an executive producer on Netflix's animated comedy F is for Family.
Notably, adult Ralphie was voiced by Jean Shepherd, a film and TV legend who also wrote the book that A Christmas Story was based on. Years after gleefully narrating the film, Shepherd passed away in 1999.
Played by: Ian Petrella
Ralphie's little brother Randy was played by Ian Petrella, who gave fans some of the most classic A Christmas Story lines, like, "I can't put my arms down!" and "Daddy's gonna kill Ralphie!"
These days, Petrella is in Los Angeles, California, where he "co-founded a production company creating web content and producing various animated shorts," according to his IMDB bio.
Played by: Zack Ward
The bully of A Christmas Story, Scut Farkus, was played by newcomer Zack Ward. After a long reign of terror, Farkus eventually finds himself being served a cold plate of karma in the from of Ralphie's tiny, merciless fists.
After the film, Ward went to enjoy a lengthy acting career, appearing in films such as Almost Famous, Resident Evil: Apocalypse, and Transformers, as well as TV shows like Titus and American Horror Story: Cult.
He is also the CEO of Global Sports Financial Exchange, Inc.
Played by: Melinda Dillon (above left)
Before starring as Ralphie and Randy's long-suffering mother in A Christmas Story, Melinda Dillon was a Golden Globe and Oscar nominated actress who appeared in films such as Bound for Glory and Close Encounters of the Third Kind.
Dillon — who is 79 today — continued to act for many years afterwards, turning up in movies like Harry and the Hendersons and Magnolia. She stepped away from acting a little over 10 years ago, with her final film credit being the 2007 Adam Sandler/Don Cheadle drama, Reign Over Me.
Played by: Scott Schwartz (above left)
Scott Schwartz gave cinema one of the greatest scenes ever filmed, when his character Flick stuck out his tongue and got it stuck the frozen flagpole. The scene has since gone on to be recreated and parodied many times over.
After A Christmas Story, Schwartz continued his acting career, and even appeared in some adult films in the '90s.
He is said to still be pursuing his acting career, and also works in the trading card industry as well.
Played by: R.D. Robb (above center)
Ralphie's other best friend in the film was the smart-mouthed instigator Schwartz, as played by R.D. Robb.
In later years, Robb appeared in films like Matilda and The Brady Bunch Movie, and also had a cameo in 2017 episode of The Goldbergs. More recently, Robb has been working behind the scenes, executive producing a number of film and TV projects.
Played by: Tedde Moore
Ralphie's school teacher was played by actress Tedde Moore, and to this day it is her most recognizable role. She has continued to enjoy a wealthy acting career, with her most recent roles coming in 2017 with High-Rise Rescue and Magical Christmas Ornaments.
Played by: Darren McGavin (above center)
Ralphie's surly Old Man was played by legendary actor Darren McGavin, who had previously starred in films such as Hot Lead and Cold Feet and The Great Sioux Massacre. He would later go on to play the dad in another classic comedy film, Billy Madison, with Adam Sandler starring as his son.
Sadly, McGavin passed away in 2006.