He went on to act side by side with her again in "Scooby-Doo," before taking his talents to TV.He had short stints on "24" and "Bones," all while keeping up with his voice part on the animated "Star Wars Rebels" series, which he'd been doing since 2005. Hewitt has continued to act and had another huge hit TV show on her hands when she was cast as the lead on "Ghost Whisperer." The actress has also released four albums over the years, the last in 2002, and penned a book of dating advice titled "The Day I Shot Cupid." She hasn't acted since leaving "Criminal Minds" in 2015 after she got pregnant with her second child with husband Brian Hallisay.Hannigan had fairly minor roles before busting out with "Buffy." She followed it up with roles in the "American Pie" movie series and another iconic TV role as Lily on "How I Met Your Mother." She's currently the host of "Penn & Teller: Fool Us." She married recurring "Buffy" star Alexis Denisof and the couple have two daughters.
She also published a book, "Ask-Elizabeth," which draws from her cross-country self-help workshops for teenage girls."I never took the fame too seriously," he said during an interview with People."It was a great period in my life, but it doesn't define me.However, instead of the fame and fortune many imagined from him, he's been almost entirely out of the limelight since the early 2000's.He had roles on ABC's "8 Simple Rules" and UPN's "Veronica Mars" before mostly stepping away to go to school.He was also arrested in 2015 for stabbing someone in a bar.After being released from jail, the actor sat down with former cast mate Mario Lopez for an exclusive interview with "Extra." He explained that the man in the movie was actually a stunt double and that the book was written by a ghostwriter.Despite a short lull in his acting career, Gosselaar picked back up with a role on ABC's "NYPD Blue," and followed it up with spots on ABC's "Commander in Chief" and "Raising the Bar." His biggest role since "Saved by the Bell" was the title role on "Franklin & Bash" playing Peter Bash, but his most recent part was on Fox's "Pitch." He's shed any resemblance to Morris on the canceled Fox show.After ditching the bomber jackets and acid-washed jeans, Lopez worked on USA Network's "Pacific Blue," CBS soap "The Bold and The Beautiful," and FX's "Nip/Tuck." He also worked as a judge on Fox's "The X Factor" and he's currently the host on CBS game show "Candy Crush." These days, Lopez is making a living working as a host for "Extra," which he's been doing for 10 years now.Her career continued with several TV movies and she hit it big again in 2010 when she started ABC Family's "Melissa & Joey," which ran for five years.Outside of acting, the mother of three has also become a spokesperson for Nutrisystem, starring in many of their commercials and ads.