The 'Mean Girls' Cast Has Grown to Become Hollywood A-Lister

Although it’s been nearly 20 years since the release of Mean Girls, most millennials still consider the film to be one of the best comedies ever made. And since Mean Girls features various star-studded cast members who have gone on to become Hollywood A-listers, fans are wondering what the crew is up to these days.

Lindsay Lohan  (Cady Heron)

After Mean Girls, she appeared in a slew of movies and TV series including 2007's Georgia Rule, 2008's Ugly Betty, and 2014's 2 Broke Girls.Lindsay now has two new projects — Falling For Christmas and Cursed — set to be released in 2022.

Rachel McAdams (Regina George)

Now 43-year-old is considered a treasure in the entertainment world. Rachel went on to star in the 2004 Nicholas Sparks-inspired film The Notebook and won over hearts across the country. She also stars as Christine Palmer in Doctor Strange films.

Amanda Seyfried (Karen Smith)

After Amanda portrayed our favorite ditzy yet gorgeous teenager, the actress went on to star in 2010's Dear John. Amanda also sprinkled her magic in TV series and movies such as 2017's Twin Peaks and 2020's You Should Have Left.

Lacey Chabert (Gretchen Wieners)

Like the rest of The Plastics, Lacey has gone on a successful entertainment career. The 39-year-old has had multiple acting roles in movies and TV shows including 2009's Ghost of Girlfriend's Past, 2013's Slightly Single in L.A., and various Hallmark movies.

Jonathan Bennett (Aaron Samuels)

The 41-year-old has moved on to other notable movies and TV series including 2005's Cheaper by the Dozen, 2012's Divorce Invitation, and 2016's Hit the Floor. Jonathan also made an appearance in Ariana Grande's 2019 music video "Thank U, Next" which pays homage to Mean Girls.

Mean Girls is now available to stream on Netflix.

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