Freddie Prinze, Jr. may seem to have disappeared after the popular "I Know What You Did Last Summer" movies, but it turns out he's been working hard at other roles.… Freddie began working as a producer and director for WWE in 2010 and is taking on a couple voice roles as of 2014.
Frankie Muniz rocked his role in the TV show "Malcolm in the Middle," which earned him an Emmy Award and a Young Star Award. Muniz has since taken on many hobbies and careers including producer, musician, writer, and racing driver, which in 2008, he put off his acting career for. However, Muniz made an appearance on television in 2014 in the movie "Hot Bath an' a Stiff Drink 2." He was recently connected to a bid to acquire the NBA's Los Angeles Clippers.
Haley Joel Osment is famous for his performance in the movie "The Sixth Sense," which earned him an Academy Award, and for his role as Forrest Gump's son, along with cult hit "Secondhand Lions". While he hasn't been as active on the screen as he was as a child, Haley still stars in various movies. For instance, Osment worked in 2014 playing the role of Chip, a homosexual male in the comedy "Sassy Pants."
Academy Award and Golden Globe winner Mira Sorvino became famous after her performance in the movie "Aphrodite," as well as a handful of others following it.
While it may seem that Sorvino has totally fallen of the face of the Earth, she's actually been quite busy in 2014, making appearances on three different episodes of "Psych," eight different episodes of "Falling Skies," and being cast as a recurring member of "Intruders."
Teen star and MTV Movie Award winner Neve Campbell is still going strong, although you may not have seen her much since her "Scream" days. She plays the role of a girl named Allie in the movie "Walter" (2014) and plays in the TV series "Mad Men," which began in 2007.
Actor and comedian Kevin Kline has earned himself two Tony Awards and an Academy Award, among many others. The talented Kline has been at it since the 1970s and, to some folks' surprise, still is. As recent as 2013, Kline proved his passion and talent to be as strong as it was during his older Broadway performances. Kevin played a senior character named Sam in "Last Vegas" and Errol in "The Last of Robin Hood," both in 2013.
Cuba Gooding, Jr., who first had a career in breakdancing with singer Lionel Richie before his acting days, is an Academy Award winner who has starred and appeared in many theatrical films.
Mr. Gooding, Jr. has made appearances in everything from the stage to television commercials. In 2013, he played John Nelson in the thriller film "Absolute Deception."
Mr. Friedrich played many different roles in various movies and TV shows where he was a guest star, a man who was on the television screen more often than not between the 1970s and 80s. Playing roles such as Squeeze, a homosexual convict in the movie "Fast Walking," and starring in the movie "The Boy in the Plastic Bubble," Friedrich seemed as if his television days would never end. They did, though, somewhat abruptly after the series "The Thorn Birds." After the series, he reportedly began a career as a financial consultant and started a family to go along with it.
Fans of Ryan Phillippe may have experienced some panic upon reading his comment about leaving his acting career after starring in the movie "The Lincoln Lawyer" in 2011.
Ryan, however, must have changed his mind, because while he hasn't appeared as often as he did in the 1990s during his soap opera days on "One Life to Live," the popular actor has appeared on screen since. For instance, as of 2014, Ryan plays himself in two different TV shows as well as has a lead role in "Secrets & Lies."
Kal Penn, known by some for his role as Dr. Lawrence in the TV show "House," probably shocked every watcher of the show when he retired to work for Obama in 2008 as Associate Director.
That explains why fans may have noticed his odd disappearance (or abrupt death on "House"). Penn, however, reunited with his career in 2010, accepting a role on the TV show "How I Met Your Mother," only to return to the White House.
Mr. Connery had begun his acting career back in 1962 and didn't retire until 2006. Not only was Sean an actor, but he also picked up voice roles such as that of the dragon Draco in the film "Dragonheart." Sean wasn't meant to be done for good, though, as he picked up other roles after retirement, including the voice role of the lead in "Sir Billi the Vet."