Fran Fine (Fran Drescher)
It was 1993 when Drescher, already 35-year-old, made her debut on the show. Now 59, she’s recently worked on a Disney show called The 7D, and is a founder of the Cancer Schmancer Movement after surviving uterine cancer.
Maxwell Sheffield (Charles Shaughnessy)
You may have noticed ‘Mr. Sheffield’ out and about campaigning for Hillary Clinton in the recent U.S. elections, or maybe it was his role on Days Of Our Lives. The actor is also set to star in a new science-fiction film later this year.
Niles the Butler (Daniel Davis)
Everyone’s favourite butler has been pretty busy of late, appearing in an episode of the TV show Gotham and also filming a short film called The Fold.
C.C. Babcock (Lauren Lane)
Lane retired from movie and TV acting in 2001 to focus on theatre teaching in her hometown of Austin, Texas.
Maggie Sheffield (Nicholle Tom)
After her roles in Beethoven, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and Beverly Hills 90210, Tom joined the hit TV show at the age of 15. Since the show ended she’s had minor roles on shows like Masters of Sex, Gotham and Criminal Minds.
Brighton Sheffield (Benjamin Salisbury)
After the show, Salisbury decided to study journalism and his last acting role was in Numb3rs in 2005 and a short film called On The Brink in 2006.
Grace Sheffield (Madeline Zima)
Now in her 30s, Zima has probably enjoyed the most success out of her The Nanny siblings with starring roles in Californication and The Vampire Diaries. She has also been cast in the upcoming TV revamp of Twin Peaks.
Sylvia Fine (Renee Taylor)
Taylor is still acting with two movies due our this year: How To Be A Latin Lover and Tango Shalom. She was also a regular on How I Met Your Mother.
Val Toriello (Rachel Chagall)
Chagall left the public spotlight in 2006 when she retired from acting to focus on raising her two children. The last TV appearance was on a sitcom called What I Like About You.
Grandma Yetta (Ann Morgan Guilbert)
One of the cast favourites, Ann Morgan Guilbert sadly passed away last year on June 14th 2016. She had continued her acting career until her death.
This article originally appeared on New Idea.