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"The Baby-Sitters Club" Movie: Where Are They Now?

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Regardless of how old you were in the 90's, you probably watched The Baby-Sitters Club movie at some point in time, or had a friend who did and then couldn't stop talking about it.

This year, one of our favorite tween movies is turning 23, prompting a nostalgic reunion of some of the cast members. To celebrate one of the best movies of our childhood, we compiled a list of what the cast members have been up to since the film's release in 1995.

Kristy Thomas (Schuyler Fisk)

Schuyler Fisk, the daughter of actress Sissy Spacek, played Kristy Thomas, the bossy president of The Baby-Sitters Club.

After her part in the movie, she had other roles in films like Snow Day and Orange County and in shows like One Tree Hill, Law & Order: SVU and Fear the Walking Dead. Schuyler is an active singer and songwriter who currently plays in a band called Me and My Brother.

2. Claudia Kishi (Tricia Joe)

This film was the third and final acting credit for Tricie Joe who played artsy Claudia Kishi. Tricia quit acting and went to school where she graduated with a degree in dance from Fullerton College and later with a degree in Criminal Justice from California State University. She currently lives in Rowland Heights, California.

3. Mary Anne Spier (Rachael Leigh Cook)

After playing Mary Anne, Rachael Leigh Cook went on to snag major roles in movies such as She's All That, Get Carter and Josie and the Pussycats.

After that, she made a successful transition to television, starting in shows such as Psych and Perception and various television films on Hallmark. She even founded her own company called Ben's Sister Productions.

Rachael is married to Daniel Gillies, an actor famous for his role on The Vampire Diaries and The Originals. They live in Los Angeles, California with their two children.

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