All of the ’90s Mouseketeers

“The All-New Mickey Mouse Club” ran for seven seasons between 1989 and 1994.

"The All-New Mickey Mouse Club" opening screen.

“The All-New Mickey Mouse Club” was also referred to as the “MMC.”


“The All-New Mickey Mouse Club,” which featured young performers including Britney Spears, Justin Timberlake, and Christina Aguilera before they were pop icons, was a reboot of the 1955 variety series “The Mickey Mouse Club.”

After the original show’s run ended in 1959, there was another imagining, named “The New Mickey Mouse Club,” between 1977 and 1979.

The third version, which started in 1989, featured comedy sketches, parodies, music videos, celebrity guests, and a cast full of soon-to-be stars.

Starting from the first cast in 1989 up until the show’s last season was filmed in 1994, here are the stars of “The All New-Mickey Mouse Club” and what they’re up to now.

Jennifer McGill joined “The All-New Mickey Mouse Club” in its first season and remained through season seven. She’d been a pageant star before joining the show.

Jennifer McGill during "The All-New Mickey Mouse Club."

Jennifer McGill was on the show for seasons one through seven.


While growing up in Texas, McGill had “almost a clean sweep of nearly 50 pageant victories from age seven,” according to her website. At one pageant, an agent approached her and her mom and asked if she’d audition for “The All-New Mickey Mouse Club,” which she joined when she was 10. 

She said the show made her an”unsuccessful perfectionist” during a 2021 interview with InnerTeenment News.

“I became an unsuccessful perfectionist when it came to my shape and comparing myself to the thinner, smaller ladies on the show,” she said.

This had a lasting impact on the way she viewed herself.

“I learned that I wasn’t as valuable because of the way I looked. Now I know that is wrong now … It’s been a huge struggle for me, but I’m turning it into a helpful, learning experience for other people,” she said.

McGill is now a speaker, worship leader, and continues to make music.

Jennifer McGil wearing a blue gown at a Broadway gala.

Jennifer McGill in 2011.

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Following her time on the show, she went to New York University to take a break from Hollywood.

After the death of her mother when McGill was 24, her life “was sent into an absolute tailspin of insecurity and loss,” according to her website.

This, along with other life-struggles, inspired her to help others not go through life’s challenges alone. She is now a worship speaker and has worked on events such as the Bravehearted Girls: The Warrior Princess Quest in 2016. The event was designed for parents and guardians who want to help their daughters grow their relationship with God.

She released her debut album,”Unbreakable,” in 2017 and she still performs today. She recently opened for a September 2021 reunion concert for The Party, a group that was founded in 1990 by the Disney Channel. The members were all from season one of “The All-New Mickey Mouse Club.” 

Josh Ackerman was also on the show for all seven seasons.

Josh Ackerman during the intro for "The All-New Mickey Mouse Club."

Josh Ackerman during the season four introduction for “The All-New Mickey Mouse Club.”


Like the rest of the Mouseketeers, Ackerman sang, danced, and acted while on the show, but he expressed an interest in what went on behind the scenes.

“What I really gravitated towards was being in the edit bay after something was shot … When I wasn’t rehearsing for a song or a dance or learning lines, I loved being in the edit bays, I loved spending time with the camera guys, I loved being in the writers’ room,” he said in a 2014 interview with TV Goodness.

Since the show, he has spent a majority of his career behind the scenes.

Josh Ackerman and Britney Spears during "The All-New Mickey Mouse Club."

Josh Ackerman and Britney Spears during the season seven introduction of “The All-New Mickey Mouse Club.”


While he did go on to have small acting roles in films and shows such as “Pearl Harbor” and “Entourage,” his behind-the-scenes experiences on the show foreshadowed his future as a director and producer.

He has directed and produced a slew of TV shows, and he co-founded Bodega Pictures, an independent production company, with film producer Ben Nurick.

He is currently the executive producer for TLC’s “You, Me and My Ex,” according to IMDb.

She still performs and has appeared in TV shows, including CBS’ “How I Met Your Mother.”

Lindsey Alley at The weSpark Comedy and Cabaret Show.

Lindsey Alley in 2013.

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Since her time on the show, Alley has been busy: attending college, appearing in Broadway shows, and playing roles in TV shows and movies, as well as working behind the scenes, according to her website and IMDb.

She continues to reference her time as a Mouseketeer in her work: In 2006, she starred in her own one-woman show, “Look, Ma…No Ears!” In recent years, she’s toured with her comedy show “Blood, Sweat & Mouseketears​.”

Among her TV appearances, she’s been in the award-winning sitcom “How I Met Your Mother” and “Jessica Jones.”

In 2020, she reunited with 16 fellow Mouseketeers for a Christmas album, “Why? Because It’s Christmas,” to benefit people severely affected by COVID-19.

Tiffini Hale was an original cast member of “The All-New Mickey Mouse Club” in 1989.

Tiffini Hale singing on "The All-New Mickey Mouse Club."

Tiffini Hale on set of “The All-New Mickey Mouse Club.”


Hale appeared on “The All-New Mickey Mouse Club” consistently until 1991.

She and four other Mouseketeers were chosen to be a part of the first band signed to Disney’s Hollywood Record label: The Party. The group released three original albums between 1990 and 1992 and saw moderate success. Their cover of Dokken’s “In My Dreams” was the band’s most successful hit peaking at No. 34 on the Billboard Hot 100.

For the show’s fourth season, Hale and the rest of The Party were featured in segments on the show.

Hale passed away in December 2021, aged 46.

Tiffini Hale in a white button down shirt.

Tiffini Hale on set of “The All-New Mickey Mouse Club.”


Hale remained out of the public eye in the years following her time on the show and in the band, who reunited in 2013 without her.

Hale died on December 25, 2021, according to a post on The Party’s official Facebook page.

“Early this month, she suffered a cardiac arrest that resulted in her being left in a coma. After many prayers and with her family by her side, our dearest Tiff took her last breath Christmas morning. She is now resting peacefully,” read the post.

Her costars also posted online tributes. Fellow former Mouseketeer Chasen Hampton wrote on Instagram that “the wish of most young girls in the 90’s was to be as sweet, as cool, as talented and gorgeous as Tiffini Hale.”

“Part of her magic was that she never knew how incredible she truly was,” he wrote. “She was humble, she was thoughtful and kind. She was playful and so funny. An incredible singer, character & dramatic actress , and when the music hit her dancing skills to me were unmatched by any female pop star since! She was an absolutely amazing performer & I’m so so honored to of had her in my life.”

Deedee Magno was on “The All-New Mickey Mouse Club” from 1989 to 1991.

Deedee Mango during the MMC intro.

Deedee Magno also made occasional appearances on the show in 1992.


She was also a member of The Party, alongside some of her Mickey Mouse Club costars.

She played a classroom kid in the 1993 musical comedy “Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit” and appeared in shows in the mid- to late-’90s, including “Dellaventura” and “Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child.”

Following the show, she found continued success with various voice-acting roles.

A headshot of Deedee Magno Hall.

Deedee Magno Hall shares a post for Giving Tuesday.

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She voiced Snuggs on the popular Disney cartoon “Doc McStuffins” from 2016 to 2017. She has also won several Behind the Voice Actors Awards (BTVAs) for her role as Pearl in the animated series “Steven Universe” from 2013 to 2019.

She has also had an expansive theater career, acting in productions such as “Wicked,” “Disney’s Aladdin: A Musical Spectacular,” and “Mamma Mia!”

In 2021, she teamed up with fellow former Mouseketeer Mylin Brooks-Stoddard to create and host “The All Things My-Dee Show.” The YouTube series features “candid conversations about life experience, including discussions on identity, career, success, failure, faith and what it all means,” according to its channel.

She also shared an Instagram tribute in honor of her former costar Tiffini Hale.

“Seeing all the photos, videos and memories online has been so heartwarming. I love and miss her so. I imagine her dancing and singing “I Found LOVE” in Heaven. Rest in Heavenly Peace, Sweet Tiffini,” read the post.

Chasen “Chase” Hampton was an original member of “The All-New Mickey Mouse Club.”

Chase Hampton on "The All-New Mickey Mouse Club" intro.

Chasen Hampton appeared on the show for four seasons.


His initial audition was for a movie about the original Mouseketeers titled, “Why? Because We Like You.”

“They were looking for kids that look like the old Mouseketeers … I was going for Lonnie [Burr],” he told Insider in January 2021.

However, the movie was canceled and Disney executives pivoted the concept to what became “The All-New Mickey Mouse Club.” Hampton attributes some of his audition success to a chance meeting with casting directors.

“I was checking in and I saw the casting directors coming in at the other end of the lobby just randomly … they were like ‘Hey, are you here for the Mouse Club audition?’ I was like, yeah, and they said, ‘Come over here and audition right now,’ and I’m like, ‘Let’s go,'” he said. “That moment right there for me was like my lightning bolt.”

He appeared on the show from 1989 to 1991 before becoming a member of Disney’s pop group The Party.

He, along with Tiffini Hale, returned as co-hosts for season seven.

Following the show, he continued a career in music and began teaching as well.

Justin Timberlake and Chasen Hampton.

Justin Timberlake and Chasen Hampton at Fenway Stadium.

Chasen Hampton

The Party released three studio albums from 1989 to 1991 and made appearances on later seasons of “The All-New Mickey Mouse Club.”

The group reunited in 2013 without Hale and began working on its fourth album. In 2019, they reunited during the MMC’s 30th anniversary and again in 2021 for a concert at the House of Blues in Orlando, Florida.

Hampton also released two solo EPs: “Something To Believe” in 2007 and “Drugstore Girls” in 2010. 

Acting-wise, he guest-starred in popular shows of the early aughts such as “Sabrina the Teenage Witch,” “The X-Files,” and “7th Heaven.”

Today, he is still creating music and working on projects with The Party.

Damon Pampolina was on the show from 1989 to 1991.

Damon Pampolina during the show intro.

Damon Pampolina during “The All-New Mickey Mouse Club” intro.


Pampolina was a Mousketeer and also a member of The Party.

He had been performing since he was 7 and initially auditioned for what was supposed to be “Why? Because We Like You,” as well.

In a 2020 interview with “Worst Ever Podcast,” Pampolina said he did not have the strongest vocals and was frequently given rap verses instead.

“Once I booked the show, I was trying to get my vocals better … It was very intimidating there at the beginning to be around all those vocalists,” he said.

Pampolina also recalled the intense rehearsals and a particularly rigorous week when the cast was rehearsing with the original Mousekeeters from the 1950s.

“That week was brutal and they were pushing us quite a bit, and it got to the point where I ended up passing out on the set,” he said.

Pampolina continued acting and singing after the show, and he remains a member of The Party.

(L-R): Damon Pampolina, Chasen Hampton, Deedee Mango Hall and Albert Fields.

Pampolina is still in The Party.

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He has since had roles in shows such as “Nashville” and “Undressed.”

He’s also participated in the Disney show’s various reunions over the years.

During his interview with “Worst Ever Podcast,” he reflected fondly on the group’s 2013 reunion.

“That was actually some of the best times of my life to be back with them, creating again, back in the studio, kind of therapeutic,” he said.

Shortly after the show, he released a solo album. Today, he’s also still with The Party.

(L-R): Damon Pampolina, Chasen Hampton, Deedee Mango Hall and Albert Fields.

Albert Fields, right, in The Party. Also pictured are fellow members Damon Pampolina, Chasen Hampton, and Deedee Magno Hall.

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His solo album, “Back to Reality,” featured the single “I’m da Man.” The song was used on the soundtrack for the 1996 Robert De Niro film “The Fan.”

Today, he still performs and works with The Party.

According to IMDb, he has not appeared in any shows since “The All-New Mickey Mouse Club” in 1995.

Raquel “Roque” Herring won multiple awards on “Star Search” before appearing on the first two seasons of “The All-New Mickey Mouse Club.”

Roque during "The All-New Mickey Mouse Club" intro.

Roque appeared on the show for the first two seasons.


Herring grew up acting and singing. According to IMDb, she tallied 14 total wins on “Star Search,” including the award for Best Teen Vocalist and Best Teen Performer.

Her mom then heard about auditions for “The All-New Mickey Mouse Club,” and she was selected for its first season.

After the show, she continued singing and acting and was even on Broadway.

Raquel Roque Herring

Raquel Roque Herring on her Youtube channel.

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Herring went on to star as Betsey Brown in the Broadway production of the same name, and she also appeared on popular sitcoms such as UPN’s “The Parkers.” 

She continues to act and sing. In 2015, she released “Always Count on You,” a Christian album, and in 2019, she released the single “Running to You.” She also joined some of her former castmates for the 2020 Christmas release “Why? Because It’s Christmas.” She also writes jingles.

In addition to her music career, she offers entertainment coaching services and shares advice videos on her YouTube page.

Speaking to Thrive Global in 2019, she said her time as a Mouseketeer taught her important career lessons.

“I think it definitely helped in the training aspects of it, just to be focused,” she said. “To be focused on the goal that we’re accomplishing. For me, it was mostly what I liked, mostly concentrated on getting from that rehearsal and learning the songs, doing all that stuff, to getting in front of the people, the lights, the camera. That’s where I liked to be. That’s what the focus really taught me.”

Braden Danner starred in Broadway shows before joining “The All-New Mickey Mouse Club.”

Braden Danner during the season 1 opening of "The All-New Mickey Mouse Club."

Braden Danner was on the show for one season.


Danner began acting at 6 years old and played Oliver Twist in the 1984 Broadway revival of “Oliver!” He also starred in the Broadway productions of “Les Miserables” and “Starlight Express.”

He was an original member of “The All-New Mickey Mouse Club” but only stayed on the show for one season.

He also appeared as Buddy McGillis on the popular American soap opera “One Life to Live” in 1993.

In 2001, he moved to Los Angeles to study filmmaking.

Braden Danner and Carol Lawrence at the Reception for "My Musical Comedy Life."

Braden Danner with Carol Lawrence at the Reception for “My Musical Comedy Life.”

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Danner went to USC’s School of Cinematic Arts and graduated in 2003.

He went on to work on various entertainment projects and was a producer and editor for the 2003 series “The Way of the Master.”

According to IMDb, he began working with The GEANCO Foundation in 2011. The nonprofit organization is dedicated to saving and improving the lives of Nigeria’s women and children through education, medical care, and recreational programs and facilities.


After the show, he continued to work in entertainment.

(L-R) David Kater, Autumn Federici, and Rachele Brooke Smith at the screening of "Psycho Stripper" By The Ninth House

David Kater, Autumn Federici, and Rachele Brooke Smith at the screening of “Psycho Stripper” in 2019.

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Soon after his appearance on the show, he was in the “Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit” in 1993.

He has also written for music groups such as the Japanese band N.E.W.S and K-Pop group Shinee.

He is now working with The Ninth House Films as a producer and consultant.

Brown stayed in the entertainment industry after her time on the show and now runs a performance studio.

Brandy Brown during season 3 of "The All-New Mickey Mouse Club."

Brandy Brown during a sketch on “The All-New Mickey Mouse Club.”


She continued acting, playing Angela Corelli in “Another World” in 1994.

She also opened a performance studio in her hometown of Mobile, Alabama. The studio offers a variety of classes including acting, dancing, and aerial silk workshops.


He continued his acting career after the show, lending his voice to iconic characters such as Iron Man.

Marc Worden on "The Mentalist."

Marc Worden on CBS’s “The Mentalist.”


Worden has had roles in shows such as “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine,” “According to Jim,” “The Mentalist,” and he also appeared in”Felicity,” which starred fellow Mouseketeer Keri Russell.

He voiced Iron Man/Tony Stark for multiple Marvel Animated Features between 2006 and 2010, and he’s also lent his voice to more than two dozen video games.

Along with former “Mickey Mouse” castmates, he appeared on the album “Why? Because It’s Christmas” in 2020. He narrated the poem “A Visit From St. Nicholas” for the album.

He has since continued to work on TV and movies, both as an actor and in music departments.

Ricky Luna at "The Fate Of The Furious" premiere.

Ricky Luna at “The Fate Of The Furious” premiere in 2017.

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He has appeared in a wide array of shows and movies, including “Angel,” “Girlfriends,” “Star Trek: Enterprise,” “Lizzie McGuire,” and many more.

He has also worked as a composer for dance-focused shows and movies such as Disney’s “Shake It Up” and “Step Up Revolution.”

Today, Brooks-Stoddard is a writer, musician, and mental-health advocate.

Mylin wearing a a black top and jeans at the 7th Annual All-Star Les Girls event to benefit the National Breast Cancer Coalition Fund

Mylin Brooks at a breast cancer benefit in 2007.

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Following the show, she played a star trooper in the 1997 film, “Starship Troopers,” and appeared in the popular 1990s sitcom, “Sister, Sister,” the same year.

She went on to write and perform music. She has released a total of six albums and spent time touring in Japan and South Korea. 

She is also a co-host of “The All Things My-Dee Show,” a YouTube show she created and co-host’s with former castmate and friend Deedee Magno Hall.

Jason Minor was on the show for two seasons.

Jason Minor during the intro for the show.

Minor was on the show from 1990 to 1992.


He was born in Maryland and participated in theater as a child.

He was initially turned down for a part on the show.

“I originally auditioned when I was 9 or 10 … I’m not a big guy and I definitely wasn’t a big dude at 9 or 10. So the original one came through and they’re like, ‘Yeah, you know what? Maybe you’re just not ready yet,'” Minor said in a 2019 interview with Thrive Global.

The casting director reached back out two years later and Minor got the role.


He now works in wealth management in Tennessee.

Jason Minor wearing a button-down during "The All-New Mickey Mouse Club."

Minor during a “Mouse Mail” segment on “The All-New Mickey Mouse Club.”


He was in a band with fellow Mouseketeer Blain Carson after the show, but he is now a wealth manager for Janney Montgomery.

He participated in the MMC reunion event and reflected fondly about his time on the show during his 2019 interview with Thrive Global.

“We were kids, just like everybody else was. We just got ridiculously blessed to be on such a cool show and have such an awesome opportunity as teenagers. So to come down and be a part of the reunion […] We’re going to be there. We’re going to be in their face. We’re going to share that experience with them,” said Minor.


Keri Russell was a Mouseketeer from 1991 to 1993.

Keri Russell during the MMC intro.

Keri Russell was on the show for three seasons.


Russell was on the show for three seasons.

Dancing was her initial passion and the “only thing I was trained in,” she said in a 2020 interview with Same Jones. 

In a 2017 W interview, she said that she initially refused to sing during her audition. 

“I was like, ‘No I don’t want to do ‘sing a song,’and he was like, ‘What?’ I said, ‘No, I don’t want to sing a song,'” she said.

However, she quickly became an all-around star, acting and singing alongside her costars.

She went on to star in one of Time magazine’s All-Time 100 Best TV Shows: “Felicity.”

Keri Wilson at the Golden Globes.

Keri Russell at the 2019 Golden Globes.

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She played Felicity Porter in the coming-of-age drama that aired between 1998 and 2002. Her portrayal of Porter won her a Golden Globe for best actress in a drama series in 1998.

She also played Elizabeth Jennings in FX’s “The Americans” for six seasons between 2013 and 2018. The role earned her multiple award nominations, including three Emmy nominations and two Golden Globe nominations.

Among her many film credits, she played Jenna in 2007’s “Waitress” and Zorii Bliss in 2019’s “Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker.”

Bennett went on to join En Vogue, one of the most famous girl groups of the 1990s and early 2000s, after one of its members left.

Rhona Bennett performing at the 2020 Billboard Music Awards

Rhona Bennett of En Vogue performs at the 2020 Billboard Music Awards.

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After the show, Bennett snagged a host of smaller roles in sitcoms such as “The Jamie Foxx Show” and “Living Single.”

In 2003, she joined the already-established music group En Vogue after Amanda Cole left. Bennett left the group in 2008 when original member Dawn Robinson returned, but then she rejoined in 2012 and has been with the group ever since.

The group released their first studio album in 14 years in 2018: “Electric Café.” 

They also made a cameo in the 2021 comedy “Coming 2 America.” The group performed a rendition of their hit single “Whatta Man” called “Whatta King” for the film.


After the show’s end, Chasez and fellow Mouseketeer Justin Timberlake went on to achieve international acclaim as vocalists in *NSYNC.

JC Chasez at on a red carpet.

JC Chasez in 2020.

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The group, which formed in 1995, sold over 70 million albums during its tenure, won multiple awards including album of the year for “No Strings Attached” at the 2000 Billboard Music Awards, and received eight Grammy nominations. The group took what was supposed to be a temporary hiatus in 2002 but did not release any new music after.

Chasez continued writing music after the group’s split and has written songs for Diplo, The Cheetah Girls, The Backstreet Boys and more.

He was also a judge for MTV’s “America’s Best Dance Crew” for seven seasons and a guest mentor on the “Club Mickey Mouse Back-to-School Special” in 2018.

Morris continued his music career after the show, and he has written music for major stars.

Matt Morris at the Memphis chapter of the Recording Academy Honors.

Matt Morris at the Memphis chapter of the Recording Academy Honors in 2005.

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Post-“Mickey Mouse Club,” Morris released a few albums, including “When Everything Breaks Open” under Justin Timberlake’s label, Tennman Records.

The 2010 album peaked at 13 for Billboard’s Top Independent Albums.

He has also written for multiple best-selling artists including Cher, Justin Timberlake, and Selena Gomez’s 2015 single “Me & My Girls.” 

Dale Godboldo starred on “The All-New Mickey Mouse Club” for seasons four through seven.

Dale Godboldo on the set

Dale Godboldo.


Godboldo heard about the auditions through his mom and remembers being surrounded by future mega-talents during his audition. 

“I was in the round of kids with JC Chasez from *NSYNC, Tony Lucca, Rhona Bennett from En Vogue, Matt Morris — some amazing people in that round of kids,” he said in a 2019 interview with Thrive Global

He has since had roles in films such as “Thor” and “Fame.”

Dale Godboldo at the premiere for "The People V. O.J. Simpson."

Dale Godboldo at the premiere of “The People V. O.J. Simpson” in 2016.

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Godboldo has had several guest-star roles in shows such as “Moesha,” “Smart Guy,” and “The People v. O. J. Simpson: American Crime Story.”

He has stepped behind the camera as well. He produced “Shut Out,” a documentary on the Negro Baseball Leagues, and he has also worked on projects for social impact such as “Be Great!” and “Emerge.”


Tony Lucca also started his career on “The All-New Mickey Mouse Club” in 1991.

Tony Lucca during  the intro to "The All-New Mickey Mouse Club

He was on the show from 1991 to 1994.


Lucca became a Mouseketeer when he was 14 and stayed on for four seasons.

According to an interview with the Detroit Free Press in 2020, his audition was initially supposed to be for a different Disney production, “Newsies.”

“I ended up on the show by chance,” he said.

He said he was apprehensive about what he thought the “MMC” reunion show would entail.

“I tried out really against my will,” he said. “I wasn’t up for it. I had no idea Disney had rebooted the franchise to make it more modern. I was envisioning having to wear mouse ears, but it wasn’t.”

He is now a musician and has toured with Maroon 5, Sara Bareilles, and *NSYNC.

Tony Lucca at the 4th Annual City Summit and Gala wearing an all-black suit.

Tony Lucca at the 2019 Annual City Summit and Gala.

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Lucca has released several albums. His third album, “Shotgun,” was co-produced by former costar and fellow musician, JC Chasez.

He was *NSYNC’s opening act in 2001 and 2002 and was reunited with fellow Mouseketeer Christina Aguilera in 2012 when he went on “The Voice,” where he placed third overall.

He also sang on “Why? Because It’s Christmas,” which he also coproduced. It took months to pull together, he told the Detroit Free Press: “singing virtually, editing. It was hectic and a lot of work, but it was a labor of love.” 

Blain Carson was on the show for two seasons, starting in 1991.

Blain during "The All-New Mickey Mouse Club" intro

Blain Carson was on the show for two seasons.


In a 2019 interview with Thrive Global, he shared that working with such a talented group of kids helped him improve all-around.

“We had the opportunity to push each other to be better and a lot of healthy competition to just to improve in the areas where we can improve and always offered a handout to those that needed some help improving in areas,” he said.

Nikki DeLoach joined the show in 1993.

Nikki DeLoach during "The All-New Mickey Mouse Club" intro.

Nikki DeLoach was on the show for the last two seasons.


DeLoach dated co-star and future pop star JC Chasez for several years.

Following the show’s cancellation, she joined girl group Innosense, which opened for former Mickey Mouse Club cast members Britney Spears and *NSYNC in 2000. After one album, the group disbanded in 2003.

Following the group’s split in 2003, DeLoach switched her focus to acting.

Nikki DeLoach.

Actress Nikki DeLoach visits Hallmark Channel’s “Home & Family” at Universal Studios.

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She has appeared in shows such as “Walker: Texas Ranger,” “Grounded for Life,” and played the role of Lacey Hamilton on MTV’s “Awkward,” and she has been in several Hallmark movies.

She also co-runs a blog and community, Welcome to What We Are, for women to share their unfiltered stories, and she became a spokesperson for The Alzheimer’s Association after her father was diagnosed with the disease.

After the show, he continued his work behind the scenes.

Kevin Osgood wearing a blue plaid shirt.

Kevin Osgood during a segment on “The All-New Mickey Mouse Club.”


While he did have a few roles in video shorts such as “Rainbow Brite: San Diego Zoo Adventure” and “Hanukkah Tales and Tunes,” his resume expanded greatly behind the camera.

He is now a director. According to his website, his work spans many genres, including branded content, documentary, product, broadcast, and corporate. He has created content for popular brands such as American Express, BMW, and Goldman Sachs.

Tasha Danner was on the show for two seasons.

Tasha Danner during the into of "The All-New Mickey Mouse Club."

Tasha Danner was on the show for two seasons.


She joined the show in season four. 

In an interview with Thrive Global in 2019, she shared that her time on the show instilled the value of hard work in her.

“I think that’s something that I still have today. In everything that I do in life, there are points where it’s really, really hard, but if I enjoy what I’m doing, then the hard work is worth it in the end,” she said.

She reunited with some of her former costars for a holiday album in 2020.

Tasha Danner during an episode of "The All-New Mickey Mouse Club."

Tasha Danner during a segment on”The All-New Mickey Mouse Club.”


Danner, alongside some of her former costars, took part in “Why? Because It’s Christmas” in November 2020.

She is also a singer with the Portland-based band Blert.

She shared on Instagram that she was recently admitted to the University of Oregon and will be pursuing a master’s in strategic communications.


Following the show, she continued her music career.

Terra Deva McNair Deva performing on stage.

Terra Deva McNair during a performance at Crobar in 2005.

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She released her first solo album, “Pulled Apart,” in 1998.

She is now in a music duo, Benjamin and The Deva, with fellow musician Benjamin Shepherd. They share their musical stylings on social media and have performed in various small venues.

Following the show, in 1998, she won the title of Miss Virginia, making her the first Black woman to do so.

Nita Booth performing on "The All-New Mickey Mouse Club."

Nita Booth performing SWV’s “Weak” on “The All-New Mickey Mouse Club” in 1994.


She attended Hampton University and graduated in 2000. Now married and using the name Nita Young, she is a business development manager at CLA Title & Escrow.

“My background is entertainment and then I decided, ‘I love real estate,'” Young said in a 2021 interview with Four County Real Estate

After working in real estate, she went into property management and then became a licensed title agent.

“I love it,” she said in the interview. “I’m at the end of the transaction, I get to hand over the keys. I’ve got the best job ever.”

Young also attended the 30-year MMC reunion in 2019 and is still performing. Videos of her performances can be found on her YouTube channel.


Justin Timberlake was on the show between 1993 and 1994.

Headshot of a young Justin Timberlake.

Justin Timberlake on September 9, 1993, in Hollywood, California.

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The 10-time Grammy winner got his start on “Star Search” in 1992. He did not win, but his musical ambitions were far from quashed.

The following year, he continued his entertainment career as a cast member on “The All-New Mickey Mouse Club.” During the show, he appeared in acting and musical skits alongside his MMC costar and future groupmate, JC Chasez.

He went on to become an award-winning actor and best-selling artist.

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Justin Timberlake at the photo call for “Trolls World Tour” in 2020.

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In 1995, Timberlake teamed up with Joey Fatone, Lance Bass, JC Chasez, and Chris Kirkpatrick to form the soon-to-be world-famous boy band *NSYNC.

Following the group’s hiatus that turned into an actual split, Timberlake released his first solo album, “Justified.” The album, which featured hits such as “Cry Me a River” and “Rock Your Body,” won an American Music Award and Grammy, launching him into a successful solo music career.

In total, he has been nominated for 39 Grammy Awards and has won 10 of them.

In addition to his successful music career, he’s also made a name for himself as an actor. He starred in films such as 2010’s “The Social Network” and the 2011 romantic comedy “Friends With Benefits.” 

His 2013 “Saturday Night Live” appearance was NBC’s top-rated show that year, and he’s performed at the Super Bowl halftime show twice, in 2004 (famously sparking a controversy with Janet Jackson) and in 2018.

He’s released a total of five solo studio albums: His most recent album, “Man of the Woods,” debuted at the top of the Billboard chart following its release in 2018.


Following the show, Spears became one of the biggest performing artists in the world.

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Britney Spears at the 2017 Radio Disney Music Awards.

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Her debut solo album, “Baby One More Time,” was released in 1999. The album, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 album chart, changed pop music forever, according to Rolling Stone. According to Billboard, it sold 10.6 million copies in the United States and, as of 2019, was one of 24 albums to break the 10 million-sold barrier. 

Her 2003 hit single, “Toxic,” won a Grammy for best dance recording, and she was also one of the youngest artists to be inducted into the Hollywood Walk of Fame at age 21.

She had a Las Vegas residency, Britney: Piece of Me, for four years from 2013.

In November 2021, she was officially freed from a 13-year conservatorship.


Christina Aguilera was also on the show from 1993 to 1994.

Christina Aguilera during the opening of "The All-New Mickey Mouse Club."

Christina Aguilera was 13 when she joined the show.


Aguilera initially auditioned for the show in 1991 but did not meet the age requirements.

She joined the cast two years later, when she was 13, and stayed on until the show’s cancellation in 1994.

During the show, she performed vocally mature songs such as SWV’s “Weak” and Mary J. Blige’s “Real Love,” a glimpse into her future as a vocal powerhouse.

The “Genie in a Bottle” singer went on to win five Grammys.

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“The Voice” coach Christina Aguilera.

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Her eponymous debut album was released in 1999 and won the 1999 Grammy Award for best new artist. In total, she has won five Grammys and two MTV Video Music Awards, among other accolades. 

She also starred opposite Cher in the 2010 film “Burlesque,” which received two Grammy nominations.

Aguilera was also a judge on NBC’s “The Voice” for six seasons before leaving the show in 2016.

In a 2019 interview with Billboard, she reflected fondly of her time on “The All-New Mickey Mouse Club.”

“They just know how to cast some great people and great kids who just go on to big things,” she said. “That was my old stomping ground so always a Disney girl and yeah, a revamp of that, I’ll produce it.”

Fantini now works at a bank but remains involved in theater in Washington.

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T.J. Fantini at a NYX Professional Makeup anniversary party in 2010.

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According to his Facebook, he now works as a relationship manager at Peoples Bank.

He is also the board president of the Anacortes Community Theatre and starred alongside his wife, Torie, in the theater’s production of “Jerry Finnegan’s Sister” in 2020.

He was also part of the 2020 album. “Why? Because It’s Christmas,” with his former costars.

Lynche went on to become a semi-finalist on “American Idol,” but he passed away in 2015, aged just 34.

Marque "Tate" Lynch on season three of "American Idol."

Marque “Tate” Lynch was a contestant on season three of “American Idol.”


Lynche was a finalist on season three of “American Idol” in 2003. Artists such as Fantasia and Jennifer Hudson were also contestants that season.

The former Mouseketeer died on December 6, 2015. His death was caused by acute and chronic alcoholism, People reported in 2016.

In a statement to People, fellow MMC star Dale Godboldo called Lynche “hugely talented with a passion for the arts, and a passion for life.” He said they had been collaborating on an MMC project before Lynche’s death.

“He was so excited to be a part of something that would encourage young people to pursue their dreams and a life of purpose,” he said. “Marque was a beautiful spirit, that although had endured so much, only wanted to spread love and inspiration.”

Ryan Gosling was also a Mouseketeer from 1993 to 1994.

Ryan Gosling and Justin Timeberlake when they were on "MMC."

Ryan Gosling and Justin Timberlake met on the show.


Even though he is now known for his acting, Gosling also sang and danced on “The All-New Mickey Mouse Club.”

Among his many performances on the show, he sang “Cry for You” by Jodeci with castmates including Timberlake.

As an Oscar-nominated actor, Gosling is now one of Hollywood’s biggest stars.

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Ryan Gosling at the 24th Annual Critics’ Choice Awards.

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While Gosling worked in TV and movies consistently following his time at Disney, he gained wider recognition when he played Noah in the 2005 romantic drama “The Notebook.” It also won him the 2005 MTV Movie Award for best kiss with costar and then-girlfriend Rachel McAdams, whom he dated for two years following the release of the movie. He now has two children with actor Eva Mendes.

Among his multiple other movie roles, he appeared in 2007’s “Lars and the Real Girl,” which earned him his first Oscar nomination for best actor, and 2016’s “La La Land,” which earned him his second nomination.

While he did not win the Academy Award, he did win a Golden Globe for best actor in a motion picture — musical or comedy.

He also wrote and directed 2014’s “Lost River,” a fantasy thriller.

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