These heartthrobs from the '90s are all grown up, and most are still making hearts throb!
Check out the photos below to see where your favorites ended up, and to see how much they've changed (or haven't!) over the years.
Ryan Phillippe won our hearts as Sebastian in Cruel Intentions. Since then, he's starred in several films, and he recently played Ben Crawford on ABC's Secrets and Lies.
This guy was basically everywhere in the '90s, with guest appearances on Full House, Step by Step, and Boy Meets World as well as larger roles on 7th Heaven and 10 Things I Hate About You. Recently, he starred in April Rain and has made guest appearances on several shows including CSI and CSI: NY.
Chris O'Donnell is all grown up, and he currently stars in the hit series NCIS: Los Angeles as G. Callen. Before that, he had an arc on Grey's Anatomy as the cute veterinian who dated Meredith.
Devon Sawa made a splash in the mid-90s with Little Giants, Casper, and Now and Then. All grown up, he's probably best known for his role in the TV series, Nikita.
The Fresh Prince of Bel Air has stayed busy, most recently with films including After earth, Men in Black 3, Seven Pounds, and Hancock. He basically looks the same these days.
Freddie Prinze Jr.
We'll also remember Freddi Prinze Jr. from his roles on I Know What You Did Last Summer and She's All That. Since then, he's landed roles on 24, Bones, and The Witches of East End, to name a few. He's currently busy with Star Wars Rebels, and he's married to Sarah Michelle Gellar.
James Van Der Beek
Who can forget Dawson? James Van Der Beek is best known for his role on Dawson's Creek. Since then, he played a comedic version of himself on Don't Trust the B-- in Apartment 23, and now stars as Elijah Mundo on CSI: Cyber. He really hasn't changed a bit.
Since playing Jordan Catalono on My So Called Life, Jared Leto has earned an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor on Dallas Buyers Club in addition to playing several other roles. He's also the lead vocalist in his band, Thirty Seconds to Mars.
Jonathan Taylor Thomas
Best known for his roles on Home Improvement and The Lion King, JTT changed his focus to academics and hasn't been on our screens much since. He did, however, recently make a few guest appearances on Last Man Standing with Tim Allen.
Usher made a name for himself with the release of his second album and the single, "Nice & Slow." Since then, he's continued to make music as well as appearing in several films and acting as a coach on NBC's The Voice.
Leo DiCaprio stole our hearts in Titanic, and he's stayed busy ever since. Most recently, he starred in The Wolf of Wall Street (on which he was also producer) and The Great Gatsby.
Best known fo winning our hearts as Zack Morris on Saved by the Bell, Mark-Paul Gosselaar has played a variety of roles since. Most recently, he starred as Peter Bash on TNT's Franklin and Bash, and is now starring on NBC's new comedy, Truth Be Told.
Saved by the Bell star Mario Lopez has come a long way since his role as A.C. Slater. He's proven to do well as a television host on America's Best Dance Crew, The X Factor, and Extra.
Who could forget Joey Lawrence? He's best known for his role on Blossom, most recently starred in Melissa & Joey alongside Melissa Joan Hart.
This Backstreet Boy made us swoon by singing "Quit Playin' Games With My Heart" in the '90s. Now, he's having a similar effect as a contestant on Dancing with the Stars, where's he's even brought back some of his old moves.
Best known for his role as Brandon on Beverly Hills 90210, Jason Priestley most recently made guest appearances on Hot in Cleveland and Welcome to Sweden. He also starred in the 2014 film, Enter the Dangerous Mind.
The Beverly Hills, 90210 star is all grown up now. He's recently made guest appearances on Major Crimes, Community, and Body of Proof. He can currently be seen on UP Network's "Detective Maclean: The Ties That Bind."