Then Vs. Now: The Cast Of "Love & Basketball" Still Looks Flawless
Continued proof that black indeed does not crack.
Sanaa Lathan as Monica Wright
Fun Fact: Sanaa went on to star in A Raisin in the Sun on Broadway, voiced the role of Donna Tubbs on Family Guy, and also got mixed up in some political intrigue in Starz's drama, Boss.
Looks Like: One of the sexy singles from Melrose Place because she has not aged a BIT.
Omar Epps as Quincy McCall
Fun Fact: Before Omar's acting career took off, he was a back-up dancer for Queen Latifah. After Love & Basketball, he landed a role on the successful eight-year series House.
Looks Like: The sexy DJ at your company holiday party that you would jingle ALL the way with.
Alfre Woodard as Camille Wright
Fun Fact: Alfre famously moved onto Wisteria Lane where she locked her son in a basement on Desperate Housewives. She is currently acting opposite Shondaland icon Katherine Heigl in NBC's State of Affairs, where she plays television's first black female President of the United States.
Looks Like: Your mom's best friend who still knows how to get down when Beyoncé comes on.
Harry Lennix as Nathan Wright
Fun Fact: Harry has gone on to multiple cult TV shows like Dollhouse and 24. Most recently, he's starred in The Blacklist and summer 2013 blockbuster Man of Steel.
Looks Like: A college professor whose office hours you'd ALWAYS sign up for.
Dennis Haysbert as Zeke McCall
Fun Fact: He played the best President we could ever hope for, David Palmer, on the hit television series 24. His silky voice will also be forever ingrained in our minds thanks to Dennis being the spokesperson for Allstate Insurance.
Looks Like: The President. Dennis Haysbert will never not look like the damn President of the United States.
Debbi Morgan as Monica McCall
Fun Fact: Best known as Angie Hubbard on the popular daytime television show All My Children, Debbi is currently starring on the Starz drama Power which has been renewed for a second season.
Looks Like: Mary J. Blige's younger sister who's about to drop that first album.
Regina Hall as Lena Wright
Fun Fact: A successful film actress, Regina is also best known for her role in the Best Man series, now a trilogy with Best Man Wedding set for 2016. She most recently starred opposite Michael Ealy in About Last Night, a remake of the 1986 Rob Lowe and Demi Moore film of the same title.
Looks Like: Olivia Pope. Look at that damn white blazer. It's been handled.
Boris Kodjoe as Jason
Fun Fact: Set to star in the upcoming mini-series Members Only, Boris was also cast in the short-lived J.J. Abrams series Undercovers opposite Gugu Mbatha-Raw, star of Beyond the Lights (directed by Gina Prince-Bythewood, who also directed Love & Basketball).
Looks Like: Milk chocolate and I'm not talking about Hershey's.
Gabrielle Union as Shawnee
Fun Fact: Gabrielle is currently starring in BET’s Being Mary Jane, which was created by Mara Brock Akil (creator of Girlfriends).
Looks Like: The leading actress that Hollywood doesn't know it needs right now and she looks so young she could still play an ingenue.
Monica Calhoun as Kerry
Fun Fact: Monica was nominated for an Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture Image Award for her portrayal of Mia Morgan in The Best Man and reprised her role in The Best Man Holiday.
Looks Like: The CEO of a cosmetics company whose skin is ALWAYS glowing.
Kyla Pratt as Young Monica Wright
Fun Fact: Kyla voiced the lead in Disney's animated series The Proud Family, which had a theme song sung by Solange Knowles and that group that Kelly Rowland was the second-lead vocalist of.
Looks Like: The star of Disney's next successful kids' television show, because there's no way this girl is 28.
Tyra Banks as Kyra Kessler
Fun Fact: Tyra Banks has smized her way through 5,000 seasons of America's Next Top Model, which will still be airing even after the Earth has been destroyed.
Age: She'll never tell
Looks Like: Tyra Banks, of course.