From Disney Channel gig to Broadway star

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It’s been 19 years since Sabrina The Teenage Witch concluded in 2003, so what have the cast been up to since and where are they now?

Sabrina The Teenage Witch premiered on ABC in September 1996 and remains a classic teen sitcom to this day.

Revolving around Sabrina Spellman (Melissa Joan Hart) who discovers her powers on her 16th birthday, it follows her life as a novice witch. She’s guided by her aunts, Zelda (Caroline Rhea) and Hilda Spellman (Beth Broderick), who are also tasked with taking care of Salem Saberhagen (Nick Bakay), a witch-turned-cat.

The seventh and final season concluded in April 2003 so what other ventures have the cast gone onto since?

Sabrina The Teenage Witch cast now

Melissa Joan Hart

Three months after Sabrina ended, Hart married Course of Nature‘s lead singer, Mark Wilkerson, after meeting in May 2002.

They are now parents to three sons, born in 2006, 2008 and 2012 respectively.

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Her TV career continued with appearances in countless series, including Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and The Goldbergs. Her biggest role was the lead and director of Melissa & Joey.

Hart placed ninth in Dancing With The Stars season 9 and featured in several Lifetime Christmas movies, including A Very Nutty Christmas, and Christmas In Montana.

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Caroline Rhea

Aside from her portrayal of Hilda, Rhea’s best known as the voice of Linda Flynn-Fletcher, the mother on Disney Channel’s Phineas and Ferb. That wasn’t her first DC gig though; she portrayed recurring hotel inspector, Ilsa Shickelgubermeiger-Von Helsing der Keppelugerhofer in The Suite Life Of Zack & Cody.

Rhea hosted her own talk show for one year and was the host of The Biggest Loser from 2004 to 2006.

She and her former partner, comedian Costaki Economopoulos, share a daughter born in October 2008.

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Nick Bakay

The 62-year-old focused on a career behind the camera, serving as a writer on Young Sheldon, The Kings Of Queens, and Two And A Half Men among others.

Writer Nick Bakay arrives at the Los Angeles premiere of “Paul Blart: Mall Cop” at the Mann Village Theatre on January 10, 2009 in Westwood, California.

Beth Broderick

Broderick went on recurring roles in Lost, Under The Dome and Bosch. She even appeared in an episode alongside Hart in Melissa & Joey in 2014.

Five years after the divorce from her first husband Brian Porizek, she married Scott Paetty on 29 April 2005.

The 63-year-old is also the founder of Momentum, one of the first New York organisations to assist those suffering from AIDS.

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Nate Richert

After his portrayal as Sabrina’s love interest, Harvey Kinkle, he appeared in three films before committing to a music career.

He married Malorie Felt in 2019.

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Martin Mull

Also a painter and recording artist, Mull had prominent roles in sitcoms such as The Ellen Show, Danny Phantom, and American Dad!

In 2018, he landed the lead character of Charlie on The Cool Kids. You may have seen him most recently as H.W. Wallingford in Grace And Frankie.

Mull is married to singer Wendy Haas; their daughter, Maggie, was a producer on Family Guy.

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Jenna Leigh Green

Green took on Broadway as Wicked’s Nessarose and Elphaba, and as Sally Thompson in The Who’s Tommy.

In 2014, she starred in the Off-Broadway musical, The Anthem, and returned to her TV career in an episode of Bones, and Castle.

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