Here’s What The Cast Of ‘Even Stevens’ Looks Like 15 Years Later

You may not believe it. You may not want to believe it, but it has been 15-years since the last episode of “Even Stevens aired. I’m not sure about you, but “Even Stevens” was a staple of my after-school and weekend childhood T.V. experience. Now, it marks the 5,475th day since the finale ran on Disney Channel. I’m talking back in the good old days when they had their characters do the outline of the logo with the fake magic wand. I know you know what I’m talking about, don’t act like you don’t.

Since time doesn’t seem to be stopping anytime soon I guess we’ll just have to embrace it. Here’s what 12 of the more prominent characters from “Even Stevens” has been getting involved with. Not everybody hit the career jackpot like Shia LaBeouf, but for the most part, they all seemed to have decent careers. I’m just still attempting to process how it’s been 15-years since the show ran its last episode, life’s crazy man.

1. Steven Anthony Lawrence as Beans.

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Since his memorable role as bacon-loving Beans, Lawrence has appeared in various movies, commercials, and music videos.

According to a 2015 interview with Huffington Post, Lawrence is still weirded out when people recognize him from Even Stevens: “It’s really weird. I feel like I’ve changed so much when I look in the mirror. I don’t know how people even barely recognize me. But I’ll be walking down the street, and people drive by for two seconds and automatically they’ll go, ‘Oh, my God! You’re Beans! Ahhh!'”

2. Christy Carlson Romano as Ren.

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Since the show ended, she has acted in various TV shows, and films starred on Broadway in Beauty and the Beast and Avenue Q and lent her voice to a handful of audiobooks. Oh, and she became a mother in 2016 following the birth of her daughter Isabella!

3. Nick Spano as Donnie.

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After playing sweet, dumb, beautiful Donnie, Spano grabbed guest-starring roles in everything from Monk to Alias to NCIS. Spano also formed City Farm, an organization that’s goal is to make locally farmed organic produce more readily available to Southern California communities, as well as Re/creation, which focuses on growing a positive, open-minded community through art, music, yoga, dance, and meditation. And, more recently, he’s been extremely creatively collaborating with Raven-Symoné!