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Here's What The Cast Of "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" Looks Like Now

Life comes at you pretty fast.

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Matthew Broderick as Ferris Bueller

Since his rebellious high school days, Matthew's won two Tony Awards and continued to act in films — he was the voice of Simba in The Lion King. In 1987, he and Ferris Bueller co-star and then-girlfriend Jennifer Grey were in a serious car accident in Ireland. He's married to Sarah Jessica Parker and recently celebrated his 53rd birthday.

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Alan Ruck as Cameron Frye

Before Alan was Matthew Broderick's on-screen BFF, the two acted together in the 1985 Broadway production of Biloxi Blues. Since then, he's taken on numerous film and television roles, including parts in Twister and Speed. He said that working with director John Hughes was "almost like having a stand-up comic for a director."

Jennifer Grey as Jeanie Bueller

After her turn as sister Jeanie, Jennifer took on the iconic role of Baby Houseman in Dirty Dancing. She's continued to do acting and voiceover work, and in 2010 she became the Season 11 champion of Dancing With the Stars.

Edie McClurg as Grace

Since removing all the pencils from her hair, Edie's been in everything you've ever loved. Her television roles include characters on The Golden Girls, 7th Heaven, Full House, and Portlandia. She also voiced Carlotta in the first two Little Mermaid movies, and voiced Gerda in Frozen.

Jonathan Schmock as Chez Quis Maitre D'

Jonathan has continued acting since Ferris Bueller, taking on roles in The Golden Girls, Arrested Development, and The Mentalist. He's written for various television shows, including Blossom and Dharma & Greg, and he co-created the Sabrina, the Teenage Witch series. According to his website, he's also "an accomplished painter and photographer."

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Kristy Swanson as Simone Adamley

Kristy went on to become the original Buffy, and the boss Diana Palmer opposite Billy Zane in The Phantom. In 2006, she starred in the reality TV show Skating With Celebrities, and in 2009 she married her skating partner from the show, Lloyd Eisler.

Charlie Sheen as Boy in Police Station

Charlie Sheen has taken on many film and television projects since 1986, including roles in Scary Movie 4 and Scary Movie 5. He believes he "exposed people to magic," and doesn't believe in vaccinations.

NOTE: Jeffrey Jones, who played Edward Rooney, was omitted from this post on account of his criminal record.