Jonathon Taylor Thomas: Jonathon Taylor Thomas, or JTT as he was affectionately known back then, gave us a reason to watch a show about home improvement (who knew?).
JTT quit Hollywood for a few years and went on to attend Harvard and then St Andrew's College in Scotland. Now 35, his focus os on directing but he did reuinte onscreen with his Home Improvement co-star Tim Allen for a guest spot on Last Man Standing.
“I never took the fame too seriously,” JTT recently told People. “It was a great period in my life, but it doesn’t define me. When I think back on the time, I look at it with a wink. I focus on the good moments I had, not that I was on a lot of magazine covers.”
Jared Leto: He had our hearts racing in 'My So Called Life' as the dark yet delectable Jordan Catalano.
Noawadays, Jared is the 43-year old too-cool-for-school frontman of 'Thirty Seconds To Mars'. Next up, you can see him in Suicide Squad.
Edward Furlong: Who could forget this face? After brooding his way through Terminator, Furlong became a household name.
Sadly, Furlong has battled with alcohol and drugs since he was a teenager, landing himself in jail several times. In 2013, he admitted himself into rehab.
Devon Sawa: Admit it, you had a massive crush on Devon Sawa in 1995. (It's ok, we did too).
Since the 90s, Sawa has kept a relatively low profile, choosing to appear in a string of Indie films. His biggest role to date has been as the role of Owen Elliott in Nikita. Oh, and he's now married with a baby. Sorry.
Leonardo DiCaprio: His career hadn't quite hit the big league, but there was no denying Leonardo was popular with the ladies in the 90s.
Not much has changed - Leonardo is still dubbed a heartthrob (yes, we'll forgive the beard). He's one of the few 90s actors to build a long-standing career.