Laura Prepon placed Donna Pinciotti, the Forman's next door neighbor.
Laura Prepon guest-starred on several shows, including "How I Met Your Mother" throughout the 2000s. She now stars on the popular "Orange Is the New Black" show. She's also had just about every hair color imaginable since her 70s days.
Topher Grace played Eric Forman in the hit sitcom.
Topher Grace has been a busy guy since his "That 70s Show" days. He has since hosted "Saturday Night Live," dated Ivanka Trump, and played numerous supporting roles in various movies, such as Venom in "Spiderman 3."
Mila Kunis played Jackie Burkhart, the rich and spoiled member of the group.
Mila has been making headlines recently with the announcement of her pregnancy and engagement to boyfriend Ashton Kutcher. Besides voicing the character Meg Griffin on the popular animated series "Family Guy," she starred in multiple box office hits, including the movie "Black Swan," for which she won several awards, including a Golden Globe.
Ashton Kutcher played Michael Kelso, the childish and naive member of the group.
Ashton's had quite the crazy personal life since filming ended on the hit show. He married much older woman, Demi Moore, but then they divorced. He's now engaged to Mila Kunis and expecting his first child. He earns a cool $750K per episode on his hit show "Two and a Half Men."
Wilmer Valderrama played Fez, the odd foreign exchange student.
Wilmer's been keeping busy with a hodgepodge of various gigs since the show ended. He voices the main character on the kids show "Handy Manny," guest stars on multiple shows, and joined the cast of "From Dust Til Dawn: The Series" in 2013. He also has his own CD coming out in 2014.
Danny Masterson played Steven Hyde, the slacker of the group.
Masterson starred as Milo Foster on the cancelled show "Men at Work." He now spends most of his time being a DJ and playing poker professionally.
Smith went on to do more television work after his role as Red Forman was up. He was a senator on "24," and had small parts on "Worst Week" and "Medium."
Debra Jo Rupp played the sweet and delightful Kitty throughout all eight seasons of the show. She returned to her roots with stage acting afterwards. She has the lead role in the play "Becoming Dr. Ruth."