1. Antonio Fargas AKA “Doc Harris”Source:Getty
Since playing the affable Doc Harris and Sweet Tooth, screen veteran Antonio Fargas has appeared in several films, including “Once Fallen” “Stealing Las Vegas” and “Silver Bells.”
2. Vincent Martella AKA “Greg Wulliger”Source:Getty
Vincent Martella played Greg Wuliger, Chris’s weird, nerdy, and anxious best friend. He has been making his way doing voice work for the popular “Phineas and Ferb” franchise as well as for video games like “Final Fantasy XIII” and “Disney Infinity.” He has two films for 2014 in post production, “Clinger” and “McFarland.”
3. Imani Hakim AKA “Tonya”Source:Getty
Tonya was a smart-mouthed, and manipulative little girl who terrorized her brothers but the now 20-Year-old Imani Hakim is about to make the whole world flip with her starring role in “The Gabby Douglas Story” as the Olympic Gold medalist.
4. Tequan Richmond AKA “Drew”Source:Getty
Tequan Richmond played Drew, Chris’s popular, lucky, talented, athletic, handsome younger brother but he is all grown up now. The L.A. native has made appearances on several TV shows like “Love That Girl” and “Private Practice” but had a breakout performance as Lee, the protege of the D.C. sniper in 2013’s “Blue Caprice.”
5. Terry Crews AKA “Julius”Source:Getty
As Julius Terry Crews was the frugal but well-intending husband of Rochelle and the father of Chris, Tonya and Drew. Since 2009 he has been extremely busy having starred in eight feature films including “The Expendables,” “The Expendabels 2” “Lottery Ticket,” and several TV shows including, “Are We There Yet?,” “The Newsroom” and “Arrested Development.”
6. Tichina Arnold AKA “Rochelle”Source:Getty
Tichina Arnold was Chris’ loud, paranoid but loving mother Rochelle. Since then she has been on several different TV series including “Brothers,” “Raising Hope” and “Happily Divorced.” Look for her in the film “More To Love” in 2014.
7. Tyler James Williams AKA “Chris”Source:Getty
Tyler James Williams was the ambitious but awkward titular character with Chris Rock narrating his every move. Since then has been quite busy doing voice work for “Batman: The Brave and the Bold” and appearing on “House M.D.” and in the TV movie “Let It Shine.” In 2013 he played the Kerry Washington’s wannabe rapping brother Simon in “Peeples” and plays Lionel Higgins in the upcoming film, “Dear White People.”