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    10 Side-By-Sides Of The "Moesha" Cast That Will Have You Reliving The Series All Over Again

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    If you grew up in the '90s or early '00s, then Moesha was probably on your weekly TV lineup. From the fashion to the relatable storylines, the series was a staple in Hollywood and our hearts.


    Well, this year the show turns 25, can you believe it? To celebrate, we decided to see what the cast has been up to:

    Brandy as Moesha Mitchell

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    What she's been up to: After the series ended in 2001, Brandy remained booked and busy, putting out a string of critically acclaimed albums like Full Moon and Afrodisiac, as well as guest-starring on several projects like Temptation, The Game, and Majors & Minors. Most recently, she guest-starred as Cassie Brown on Star, until the show was canceled in 2019. She also released her seventh studio album, B7, which earned her an Album of the Year nomination at the 2020 Soul Train Awards, while her single, "Love Again" with Daniel Caesar, got her a Grammy nomination. Let's not forget when she reunited with Monica to give us the Verzuz battle of our dreams.

    Brandy is the mother of an 18-year-old daughter.

    Countess Vaughn as Kimberly Parker

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    What she's been up to: During the final seasons of Moesha, Countess starred in the extremely popular spinoff The Parkers, where she continued her role as Kim Parker until 2004. She then went on to release a couple of studio albums and star on the reality show Hollywood Divas. Most recently, Countess debuted her fourth album Let Me Love You — Chapter 1. And if you're a fan of memes, then you've definitely seen her face floating around the internet.

    Countess Vaughn has two children.

    Shar Jackson as Niecy Jackson

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    What she's been up to: You've probably spotted Shar making a bunch of guest appearances on shows like Girlfriends, The Bernie Mac Show, and Everybody Hates Chris. In 2007, she was crowned MTV's Celebrity Rap Superstar, and in 2010 she competed in Celebrity Fit Club: Boot Camp. Shar also starred alongside Countess Vaughn in Hollywood Divas.

    Shar Jackson has four children, two of which she shares with Kevin Federline.

    Fredro Starr as Quinton "Q" Brooks

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    What he's been up to: Fredro has also been really busy — he's been featured in a project every year since the series ended, like Torque, The Wire, Blade (the series), CSI: Miami, and more. Along with performing with his hip hop group Onyx, Fredro also saw success as a solo act. He recently released his fourth studio album, Firestarr 2, and a compilation album called Soul on Fire.

    Fredro Starr is married to Korina Longin and they have two boys.

    Sheryl Lee Ralph as Dee Mitchell

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    What she's been up to: Sheryl has not taken a break since we saw her on Moesha. She was featured in projects like The Jennie Project, 7th Heaven, Tyler Perry's House of Payne, Ray Donovan, Instant Mom, and Claws. Most recently, you've probably seen her on Netflix's Step Sisters, The Comeback Trail, and Motherland: Fort Salem.

    Sheryl Lee Ralph has been married to former Pennsylvania state senator Vincent Hughes since 2005. They have two children (one you might've seen on My Super Sweet 16).

    William Allen Young as Frank Mitchell

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    What he's been up to: William went on to have continued success as an actor and director, starring in projects like Any Day Now, District 9, Lock Up, Jagged Edge, Code Black, and General Hospital. Most recently, he made a guest appearance on This Is Us.

    William Allen Young has been married to Helen Patrice Moore since 1986, and they have two children.

    Marcus T. Paulk as Myles Mitchell

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    What he's been up to: Since the show ended, Marcus was featured in several projects like The Proud Family, Roll Bounce, Another Cinderella Story, Red Tails, and Black-ish. Along with being an actor, he's also a rapper and dancer. Most recently, he finished wrapping up two thrillers: Calltime and When the Tables Turn, both of which are coming out this year.

    Ray J as Dorian Long

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    What he's been up to: What hasn't he been up to? Since the show ended, Ray J not only continued acting, but he also became a notable singer, TV host, and entrepreneur. He gave us hits like "One Wish," "Sexy Can I," "Wait a Minute," and "I Hit It First." He also starred in projects like One on One, For the Love of Ray J, Brandy & Ray J: A Family Business, The Ricky Smiley Show, and most recently, Love & Hip Hop (Hollywood & Miami).

    But that's not all. Ray J has a headphone company called Raycon, which has been used by celebs like Cardi B and Drake. His tech company Raytroniks introduced the world to the Scoot E-Bike, which was projected to make $200 million last year.

    Ray J and his longtime partner Princess Love married in 2016. They have two children. In May 2020, Princess Love filed for divorce.

    Moesha stars who have sadly passed away:

    Lamont Bentley as Hakeem Campbell

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    Lamont brought so much joy and laughter to the show. After Moesha, Lamont was spotted in projects like The Wash, Too Legit: The MC Hammer Story, and Sucker Free City.

    On Jan. 19, 2005, Lamont was involved in a fatal single-car accident in Ventura Valley in Southern California. He was 31.

    Yvette Wilson as Andell Wilkerson

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    Yvette was the voice of reason on the show and supplied advice that we'll carry with us forever. She continued her role as Andell on The Parkers from 1999–2004. Her last acting role was for the 2005 comedy Ganked.

    On June 14, 2012, Yvette died at the age of 48 after battling Stage 4 cervical cancer. It was also reported that she had previously undergone a kidney transplant. Yvette was married to Jerome Harry until her untimely death.

    If you're looking to relive all of the memories or anxious to watch the show for the first time, you can stream Moesha on Netflix now!