5 Celebrities You Forgot Were on Boy Meets World
celebrity Ethan Suplee played Harley's proud lackeys. Blake, who also
had a role in the Nickelodeon classic Salute Your Shorts, played Joey
"The Rat," a dimwitted character with a loud mouth and wannabe tough
He went on to be the lead guitarist for indie darlings Rilo
Kiley, a band that was beloved for their charming and catchy songs
until their unfortunate breakup in 2011. Since then, Blake formed the
Elected and continues to play music.
Oh, also he dated Winona
Ryder... We're sure he stole her heart. Get it? (Cause she's a thief!)
we aren't quite sure how to pronounce her name, we do know that
Marguerite Moreau is a badass. Ironically, this now seasoned character
actor got her first break on Ben Savage's big bro's show, The Wonder
Years. Moreau hasn't had any need to look back since The Mighty Ducks launched her
into the spotlight. On BMW, she played one of Eric's many sexual
Moreau has continued with small roles in big shows like Lost, Mad Men, and Shameless, plus countless other random slutty
characters. Our favorite? Her role alongside Paul Rudd in the camp
cult classic Wet Hot American Summer.
about daddy issues. But indeed the most notable is, our hero, Michael McKean, the
great David St. Hubbins himself. Along with his real life wife Annette
O' Toole, the couple appeared in only one episode, so no, these don't go
her second role ever, the future Felicity had the esteemed honor of
playing Mr. Feeny's niece. Eric with his horndog ways, uses his sister
as a ploy to take Russell out on an fancy date to the carnival. Thank
you Kerri Russell, for your humility, but mostly for your hair.
1. Adam Scott
Adam Scott tops our list. As bad boy Griff Hawkins, Scott stole
Harley's lackeys in a particularly riveting performance. The funny man
has since moved on to some actually amazing roles, proving his stint on
BMW back in 1995 was merely a stepping stone. Whether he's singing
"Sweet Child O'Mine" in Step Brothers, or making us all swoon as Ben
Wyatt on Parks and Recreation, we salute you, Adam Scott, for proving
that meager beginnings don't mean shit.
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