90’s Celebrities Then and Now

90’s Movies stars and famous people before and after 2018.

In this video we are showing you how the best actors from the 90’s look today in comparation with how they looked back then.

Some of the 90’s Celebrities that you will find in this clip: Anjelica Huston – Morticia, Mara Wilson – Matilda, Macaulay Culkin, Mariah Carey, Winona Ryder, Kirsten Dunst, Johnny Depp, Lindsay Lohan

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28 Replies to “90’s Celebrities Then and Now”

  1. Queen of Queen

    Roger Taylor today: I wanna be his sister

  2. uR mOm

    time flies so fast like everyday in my childhood i would literally watch these peoples movie. it feels sad to get old very fast :(. im gonna start high school next year but its gonna end fast just like all the other years so i gotta have alot of memories to make before saying my last goodbye to my friends :/

  3. Not-so-smart aleck

    Most of these people (now) are only in early- to middle- adulthood. These then/now vids are more interesting, I think, when the people are actually OLD in the "now" pics, like at least 60 years old or something. If the time gap between "then" and "now" is more like 40-50 years, it truly gives you a sense of nostalgia for the "old days".  Maybe it's because I'm a little older myself (mid-late 50's), but I would hardly regard the 1990's as the "old days"!      …Also, it would've been nice if the celebs were listed under the video in the order that they appeared, so that if someone wanted to look for a certain celeb (say, Angelica Huston, who was in the thumbnail pic for this vid) they could find that celeb easily amongst the 30-40 other celebs in this 11-minute video.

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