The bunny in my brain goes hip, hop, hip, hop.
Since Even Stevens ended in 2003, Christy has been busy with Broadway (Beauty and the Beast, Avenue Q), voiceover work (Kim Possible, hello!), TV movies, and going to school — she’s currently studying directing at Barnard College.
Shia, now 28, skyrocketed to superstardom thanks to his turn in 2007’s Transformers. He followed that up with other blockbusters, including Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull and Fury. A series of strange public appearances overshadowed his career in 2014, but he started 2015 with a bang by starring in Sia’s music video for “Elastic Heart.”
After Even Stevens, Nick guest-starred on episodes of Cold Case, NCIS, and Without a Trace. Nick, now 38, seemingly stopped acting in 2011 to focus on other projects, including starting the farmers market program City Farm and yoga community Re/creation LA. You can keep up with Nick’s daily adventures on Instagram.
Tom, 57, has been very busy since his days as Steve Stevens. He’s made appearances on Malcolm in the Middle, Desperate Housewives, The Comeback, Drake & Josh, The Secret Life of the American Teenager, Two and a Half Men, and about a dozen other shows.
Tom reunited with TV son Shia in 2011’s Transformers: Dark of the Moon and recently popped up in The Wedding Ringer.
Donna, now 60, was known for her work on The Love Boat and Out of This World before starring on Even Stevens. Since the show, she’s booked guest spots on The Sopranos and Body of Proof, and starred in a couple TV movies for the Hallmark Channel.
Steven, now 24, followed up Even Stevens with parts in the movies Cheaper by the Dozen, Kicking & Screaming, and Bratz. He also appeared in ads for T-Mobile and Old Spice and went viral in 2013 when Tyler The Creator used Steven’s headshot as his Twitter avatar. He most recently starred in the music video for indie band Dear Blanca’s song “Boulders.”