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This Is What The Cast Of "Freaks And Geeks" Looks Like Now

"Oh, man, the geeks have inherited the Earth."

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1. Sam Weir (John Francis Daley)

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Geek fact: Played psychologist Lance Sweets in the TV series Bones.

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Geek fact: Played psychologist Lance Sweets in the TV series Bones.

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Geek fact: Played psychologist Lance Sweets in the TV series Bones.

2. Lindsay Weir (Linda Cardellini)

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Freak fact: Cardellini was the voice of Ursula in the video game Gladius.

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Freak fact: Cardellini was the voice of Ursula in the video game Gladius.

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Freak fact: Cardellini was the voice of Ursula in the video game Gladius.

3. Daniel Desario (James Franco)

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Freak fact: Released a collection of short stories titled Palo Alto.

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Freak fact: Released a collection of short stories titled Palo Alto.

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Freak fact: Released a collection of short stories titled Palo Alto.

4. Ken Miller (Seth Rogen)

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Freak fact: Rogen was 13 when he and writing partner Seth Goldberg wrote an early draft of the hit comedy Superbad.

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Freak fact: Rogen was 13 when he and writing partner Seth Goldberg wrote an early draft of the hit comedy Superbad.

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Freak fact: Rogen was 13 when he and writing partner Seth Goldberg wrote an early draft of the hit comedy Superbad.

5. Kim Kelly (Busy Philipps)

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Freak fact: Philipps is one of the players at "Thrilling Adventure Hour," a Los Angeles-based stage show inspired by old-time radio series.

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Freak fact: Philipps is one of the players at "Thrilling Adventure Hour," a Los Angeles-based stage show inspired by old-time radio series.

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Freak fact: Philipps is one of the players at "Thrilling Adventure Hour," a Los Angeles-based stage show inspired by old-time radio series.

6. Nick Andopolis (Jason Segel)

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Freak fact: Co-wrote the 2011 movie The Muppets.

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Freak fact: Co-wrote the 2011 movie The Muppets.

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Freak fact: Co-wrote the 2011 movie The Muppets.

7. Bill Haverchuck (Martin Starr)

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Geek fact: Starr currently plays network engineer Bertram Gilfoyle in the TV series Silicon Valley.

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Geek fact: Starr currently plays network engineer Bertram Gilfoyle in the TV series Silicon Valley.

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Geek fact: Starr currently plays network engineer Bertram Gilfoyle in the TV series Silicon Valley.

8. Cindy Sanders (Natasha Melnick)

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Geek fact: Melnick has done voiceover work for several animated series, including Family Guy and American Dad.

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Geek fact: Melnick has done voiceover work for several animated series, including Family Guy and American Dad.

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Geek fact: Melnick has done voiceover work for several animated series, including Family Guy and American Dad.

9. Neal Schweiber (Samm Levine)

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Geek fact: Played "Apple Designer #1" in the Steve Jobs biopic Jobs.

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Geek fact: Played "Apple Designer #1" in the Steve Jobs biopic Jobs.

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Geek fact: Played "Apple Designer #1" in the Steve Jobs biopic Jobs.

10. Millie Kentner (Sarah Hagan)

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Geek fact: According to her website, Hagan is an avid tap dancer.

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Geek fact: According to her website, Hagan is an avid tap dancer.

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Geek fact: According to her website, Hagan is an avid tap dancer.

11. Harris Trinsky (Stephen Lea Sheppard)

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Geek fact: Sheppard has written several sourcebooks for the role playing game Exalted.

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Geek fact: Sheppard has written several sourcebooks for the role playing game Exalted.

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Geek fact: Sheppard has written several sourcebooks for the role playing game Exalted.

12. Vicki Appleby (JoAnna Garcia)

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Geek fact: Made a guest appearance as a nephrologist in the medical dramedy Royal Pains.

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Geek fact: Made a guest appearance as a nephrologist in the medical dramedy Royal Pains.

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Geek fact: Made a guest appearance as a nephrologist in the medical dramedy Royal Pains.

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