It’s been over 20 years since we first cheered on Gordon Bombay’s hockey team in “The Mighty Ducks.” That’s why we’re taking a look back at the cast to see how much they’ve changed. Here’s what they look like now.
Emilio Estevez as Gordon Bombay
Before “The Mighty Ducks,” Emilio Estevez had already gained fame for his role in “The Breakfast Club.” Since then, he’s continued acting and even reprised his role of Gordon Bombay in two “Mighty Duck” sequels. Estevez is also a father to two kids: Taylor and Paloma.
Joshua Jackson as Charlie Conway
Before Canadian actor Joshua Jackson got his big break in “Dawson’s Creek,” he played Charlie in “The Mighty Ducks.” He was 14 at the time. Since then, the 37-year-old actor has appeared in multiple TV shows and over 32 films. Jackson’s most recent role is Cole in Showtime’s “The Affair.”
Elden Henson as Fulton Reed
Elden Henson has done well for himself since being a Duck. Besides the film’s sequels, Henson has also appeared in “She’s All That,” “The Butterfly Effect,” and “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay.” You also might recognize him as Foggy Nelson in Marvel's “Daredevil” on Netflix.
Garette Ratliff Henson as Guy Germaine
Fun fact: Garette Ratliff Henson and Elden Henson are brothers! Garette’s acting career never got as big as his brothers, but that might be due to the fact that he went to Sara Lawrence College in the early 2000s.
Shaun Weiss as Greg Goldberg
Although Shaun Weiss is best-known for his role as Greg Goldberg, you probably recognize him from the many commercials he’s done over the years. Weiss has also appeared on “The Tony Danza Show,” “Freaks and Geeks,” and “Drillbit Taylor.”
Marguerite Moreau as Connie
Marguerite Moreau just got more beautiful with age! Although Moreau continued her acting career after “The Mighty Ducks,” she also attended Vassar College and graduated in 1999. She then went on to earn a number of guest roles on TV shows like “The O.C.,” “Parenthood,” and “Shameless.”
Aaron Schwartz as Dave Karp
Aaron Schwartz sure grew up nicely! Schwartz played team prankster Dave Karp at the age of 11. He then went on to appear in “The Adventures of Pete & Pete” as Clem and in “Gossip Girl” as Vanya.
Brandon Quintin Adams as Jesse
After being a Duck, Brandon Quintin Adams continued acting during his teen years and appeared on shows like “Boy Meets World,” “Sister, Sister,” and “Moesha.” Today, he keeps a low profile in Hollywood. His last projects were voicing a character in the video game “Kingdom Hearts” and appearing in a short called “Stuck in the Corners.”
Danny Tamberelli as Tommy
Danny Tamberelli was the youngest child star in “The Mighty Ducks.” At the time, he was only 10 years old. The adorable redhead then went on to reign in the 90s. Before becoming a Duck, Tamberelli appeared on the TV show “The Baby-Sitters Club.” He then starred in “The Adventures of Pete & Pete” and even voiced the redheaded character Arnold on “The Magic School Bus”! Today, Tamberelli is a comedian.
Matt Doherty as Averman
Matt Doherty starred in all three “Mighty Duck” films before he attended Northwestern University. He graduated in 1999 and is now rumoured to be a playwright. However, he still lands minor roles every now and then, such as on “Grey’s Anatomy” and “Franklin & Bash.”
Vincent Larusso as Adam Banks
Vincent Larusso hasn’t done too much acting since “The Mighty Ducks” trilogy. His last acting credit was from 2010 when he appeared in a short called “George and Sofia.”
Jane Plank as Tammy
Jane Plank was one of the youngest child stars in “The Mighty Ducks.” At the time, she was 12 years old. Four years later, she then appeared briefly in “Jingle All The Way.” Although Plank hasn’t acted since then, she has been working on her music career.