Then: Alicia Silverstone
We met Cher Horowitz aka Alicia Silverstone when she was cast as the wealthy and popular Valley Girl at just 18 years of age.
Now: Alicia Silverstone
Following the success of 'Clueless', which quickly gained a cult following and grossed over $56 million at the box office, Silverstone became a household name. The blonde beauty appeared in films such as ‘Batman and Robin’, ‘Love’s Labour’s Lost’ and ‘Scooby-Doo 2: Monster’s Unleashed’. Silverstone also became a vegan in 1998, and has since been known to use her platform to speak out on issues concerning animal rights and the environment. She has been married for 11 years and has one son.
Then: Stacey Dash
We laughed hysterically when Cher’s equally rich and popular BFF Dionne ‘Dee’ Davenport was learning to drive in *that* heart-stopping highway scene, or when she just couldn’t deal with her boyfriend Murray’s reckless, teenaged-boy behaviour…
Now: Stacey Dash
Since filming for her iconic role in 'Clueless' wrapped up, Stacey Dash starred in the TV spin-off series of the same name, and also made a name for herself in cinema with her performances in ‘Gang of Roses’ and ‘I Could Never Be Your Woman’.
She has been divorced three times, and in recent years her political views have made headlines. For example, she recently said that transgender rights "infringe" upon her own. She also supported Donald Trump's proposal to ban immigration of Middle Easterners following the 2016 Orlando nightclub shooting.
Then: Brittany Murphy
Who could forget Tai Frasier’s tomboy swagger turned Valley Girl charm thanks to everybody’s favourite makeover scene?
Now: Brittany Murphy
Following the release of 'Clueless', Brittany Murphy’s career took off. Murphy starred alongside Angelina Jolie and Winona Ryder in the Oscar winning ‘Girl Interrupted’, found herself as rapper Eminem’s girlfriend in ‘8 Mile’ and stunned in the film-noir classic ‘Sin City’…
Sadly, in December 2009, Murphy died of pneumonia at just 32 years old. Fans all over the globe flocked together to mourn her death. Shockingly just six months later, her widower died of the same illness. Speculation surrounding the pair’s sudden and unexpected deaths continues to mount, with both her parents filing lawsuits and fighting for justice in court.
Then: Paul Rudd
In his performance as Cher’s ex-step brother Josh, the college student who saw her love for shopping and fashion as vain and superficial, we watched Paul Rudd goofily and unexpectedly fall in love.
Now: Paul Rudd
In the 21 years since filming for 'Clueless' ended, Paul Rudd has firmly cemented his place in the world of comedy films and television. He has been praised for his performances in ‘Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy’, ‘The 40-Year-Old Virgin’ and ‘Knocked Up’…oh, and who could forget, his role as Mike Hannigan (aka, Phoebe’s lobster) in the NBC sitcom ‘Friends’.
Then: Justin Walker
Christian, aka Justin Walker, Cher’s out-of-town lover boy turned gay best friend, sent young girls into a frenzy with his good looks.
Now: Justin Walker
Unlike his A-list co-stars, Justin Walker has mostly left Hollywood behind, starring in a handful of films and TV episodes before giving it all up for good in 2010. Most recently, he has been known for running the (now-closed) Teddy Teadle's Grill in Rancho Mirage, California.
Then: Donald Faison
We remember Dee’s on-again-off-again boyfriend Murray for his low rider jeans, reckless antics and frequently addressing Dionne as “woman”, much to her disgust….
Now: Donald Faison
In the years since, Donald Faison found a name for himself in the medical comedy-drama television series ‘Scrubs’, playing the intern-turned-chief of surgery Christopher Turk for nine seasons. He also starred in the Oscar winning drama ‘Remember the Titans’ and is now married with six children.
Then: Breckin Meyer
Playing the always-late-to-school skater boy and sketch artist Travis, actor Breckin Meyer left Clueless lovers feeling all warm and fuzzy after his watching his onscreen relationship with Tai.
Now: Breckin Meyer
Meyer can now be found performing the voice for Superman in the 4-time Emmy award winning animation show ‘Robot Chicken’.