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'The Little Rascals' Cast — Inside the Lives of Former Child Actors Now

Edduin Carvajal
Jul 26, 2022
06:10 A.M.
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It's been almost three decades since we last saw "The Little Rascals" cast working together, and their lives have significantly changed. Some are married and raising kids.

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Alfalfa, Darla, and their hilarious friends left an indelible mark on an entire generation. For the film's 20th anniversary in 2014, "The Little Rascals" cast reunited and recreated old photos.

Producer Brian Pocrass reimagined their old outfits to make the pictures more nostalgic. Read on to learn what the former child actors are doing 28 years after the film premiered.

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BUG HALL AS ALFALFA

Born Brandon Hall, Bug has kept himself involved in the entertainment industry after "The Little Rascals," taking roles in "Kelly Kelly," "90210," "Criminal Minds," "Harley and the Davidsons," and "This Is the Year."

Unfortunately, he was arrested in Texas in June 2020 for "huffing" – inhaling fumes from household substances so as to get a high. He has been married to Jill de Groff since February 2017 and has two kids.

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BRITTANY ASHTON HOLMES AS DARLA

Darla, played by Brittany Ashton Holmes, was a crucial character in the film. Unlike Hall, Holmes has mostly stayed away from show business since the mid-1990s. She appeared in a few TV films in 1995 and 1996 before taking an 18-year hiatus.

Her last acting gig was in 2014's "We Hate Paul Revere." Holmes is reportedly married and living in Los Angeles. She is not on social media, and the Instagram account with her name does not belong to her. Even fans have pointed it out in the comment section.

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TRAVIS TEDFORD AS SPANKY

After portraying Spanky, Travis Tedford lent his voice to characters in "Recess," "A Bug's Life," and "The Haunting." He also had minor roles in "Yo Awesome Awesome!" and "All That" before turning his back on Hollywood for seven years.

He returned to the film industry in the 2009 short film "Lost and Found" but finally retired the following year after appearing in "The Final." According to his Instagram bio, he is a marketing specialist for Texas Trust Credit Union.

Zachary Mabry left show business after filming "The Little Rascals."

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KEVIN JAMAL WOODS AS STYMIE

Tedford is not the only "Little Rascals" cast member working in marketing. Kevin Jamal Woods, who played Stymie, also turned his back on Hollywood, moved to Texas, and supposedly works for a marketing firm.

Woods, who is reportedly openly gay, gave acting more than one try as a child. He portrayed Frank in over ten episodes of "Blossom" before appearing in the TV series "Walker, Texas Ranger" and "Sons of Thunder." His final acting project was "The Brainiacs.com" in 2000.

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ROSS BAGLEY AS BUCKWHEAT

Out of the entire cast of "The Little Rascals," Ross Bagley had the most success in the entertainment industry after the film. He had a 48-episode run in "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" and worked with Will Smith again in 1996's "Independence Day."

However, his career seemed to have stalled in the 2000s when he only appeared in "Judging Amy." After landing his final acting job in 2015's "Dead Ringer," he has focused most of his time on working as a DJ and realtor in Los Angeles.

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ZACHARY MABRY AS PORKY

Unlike his former castmates, Zachary Mabry left show business after filming "The Little Rascals." It is essential to point out that he was only four while shooting the film.

Blake McIver Ewing is also known for his extensive work as a voice actor.

Nowadays, Mabry works as an accountant for American Airlines. He lives in Dallas and hosts the "Roman Circus Podcast." He is also a contributing editor for the Catholic Herald.

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JORDAN WARKOL AS FROGGY

Jordan Warkol took a very different career path after leaving Hollywood. He married his wife, Sandra Melissa, in October 2018, and they welcomed a daughter, Olivia, in January 2022. Warkol became a professional poker player who competed in the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas.

His career as a child actor was prolific, though. He had minor appearances in "Bay Watch," "Walker, Texas Ranger," and "7th Heaven" before voicing characters in "Hey Arnold!" and "Rocket Power."

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SAM SALETTA AS BUTCH

Sam Saletta also had a successful acting career throughout the 1990s and early 2000s. He voiced characters in "Beavis and Butt-Head," "Recess," "Rocket Power," and "Rugrats." He also appeared in "7th Heaven," "The Kids from Room 402," and "Judging Amy."

Saletta quit acting in 2010, has a son (who makes frequent cameos on his Instagram account), and works as a singer/songwriter.

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BLAKE MCIVER EWING AS WALDO

Blake McIver Ewing is also known for his extensive career as a voice actor. He worked on several animated projects, including "Tarzan," "Timon & Pumba," Recess," "Hey Arnold!" and "Lloyd in Space." He is still acting and reprised the role of Dereck Boyd in "Fuller House" in 2020.

Unfortunately, he raised some eyebrows for sharing a controversial tweet about the TV series "Pose." Ewing received so much backlash that he deleted all his social media accounts.

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BLAKE JEREMY COLLINS AS WOIM

Blake Jeremy Collins might have done an incredible job as Woim in "The Little Rascals," but he eventually quit acting and stayed away from the spotlight.

In 1999, after having small roles in "Minor Adjustments," "Men Behaving Badly," Richie Rich's Christmas Wish," and "7th Heaven," he retired from Hollywood. Collins is not on social media, either.

"The Little Rascals" 30th anniversary will be in 2024, and we hope to see the cast get back together again to commemorate the special occasion. Nostalgia hits hard!

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