Cast Of The Baby-Sitters Club: Where Are They Now?

  
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The Baby-Sitters Club was a widely popular novel series about a group of friends who lived in the fictional town of Stoneybrook, Connecticut. The girls created a clubhouse to run their baby-sitting club and one summer decided to start a full blown summer camp! In 1995 the books were turned into a family comedy drama film and despite a low ranking at the box office, the movie received a lot of positive reviews. The Baby-Sitters Club now goes down in history as a favorite cult classic from the ’90s, and shockingly, it’s already been 21 years since the movie was first released! Find out which stars from The Baby-Sitters Club went on to become successful actors and those who faded from the spotlight to pursue other interests.

10. Marla Sokoloff

In the character of ‘Cokie’ Mason was actress Marla Sokoloff, the mean girl of the group who was constantly trying to ruin the summer for Kristy and her friends. The last we saw of her is when she’s falling from a tree into a garbage pail! Prior to appearing in The Baby-Sitters Club film, she held the role of Gia Mahan on Full House and appeared on the comedy show, Step by Step. Sokoloff continued with acting and her career has thrived. She held a recurring role on Party of Five as Jody Lynch, a regular role on Over the Top and Big Day and another recurring role on The Fosters. She’s best recognized for her main role as Lucy Hatcher on The Practice. She also did brief stints on Desperate Housewives, CSI: New York, Melissa & Joey, Grey’s Anatomy and Hot in Cleveland, as well as appearing in a handful of small film projects. Marla has come a long way from her babysitting days — she’s now a mother of two girls named Elliotte and Olive!

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9. Christian Oliver

This hunky actor portrayed the character of Luca, the 17-year-old love interest of 13-year-old Stacey McGill on The Baby-Sitters Club. Prior to taking on that role, this German-born actor had appeared on Saved By The Bell: The News Class as Brian Keller in the second season. Since the film wrapped up, he continued acting on both television and in films. He does quite a bit of international acting within the German movie industry, but his last big American role was in the 2009 film Tribute where he co-starred alongside Brittany Murphy.

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