These Child Actors Have Turned To Very Adult Careers

“All That” was Nickelodeon’s 1990s answer to “Saturday Night Live.” Like the sketch comedy juggernaut, it helped launch impressive careers for its stars. Perhaps the most notable among them would be Kenan Thompson, who actually joined the cast of “SNL” in 2003. That’s not to say that other cast members of the children’s sketch comedy show didn’t go on to have their own remarkable careers. Kel Mitchell, for instance, has been acting regularly since his time on the show.

Perhaps one of the more fascinating post-Nickelodeon careers is that of Lori Beth Denberg. The actress was best known on “All That” for the Loud Librarian, who shushed anyone who made even the slightest noise, while she went on yelling and making a racket. Her other recurring segment was “Vital Information for Your Everyday Life,” where she would often give viewers terrible advice.

As discussed during this interview with Vice, Denberg decided to try other things as she got older. Aside from the touring she does with fellow “All That” alum Danny Tamberelli, she also officiates weddings. In the “about” section of her website, she explains the kinds of wedding experiences she provides as “personalized, quirky weddings, vow renewals, and commitment ceremonies for couples looking for something a little different, a little less sterile, and a little more fun.”

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