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In Living Color celebrated its 25th anniversary this year, and the original cast accomplished so much since the show’s end. But what is the cast up to now? Click through to catch up with the stars from the iconic series.

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1. Keenen Ivory Wayans

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He created ‘In Living Color’ in 1990 with his brother Damon, and it launched the careers of so many notable comedians and actors.

2. Keenen Ivory Wayans

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Keenan has been directing and producing since the end of ‘In Living Color,’ including ‘Scary Movie’ and ‘White Chicks.’

3. Damon Wayans

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He played such memorable characters, like Homie the Clown and Whiz from the Homeboy Shopping Network, but he left the popular show in 1992 to focus on his film career.

4. Damon Wayans

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Damon acted in movies like ‘Great White Hype’ and ‘Bamboozled.’ He even had his own successful sitcom on ABC called ‘My Wife and Kids.’ Since the show’s end in 2005, Damon will appear in guest spots on TV shows.

5. Kim Coles

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She got her big break on the Fox sketch comedy show and was known for her bold impressions and characters.

6. Kim Coles

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After leaving ‘In Living Color,’ Coles stayed on FOX for her role as Sinclaire James on ‘Living Single.’ Lately, she can be seen as a recurring guest star on TV Land’s ‘Soul Man’ and her own web series, ‘The BFF Chronicles,’ with former Living Single costar, Erika Alexander.

7. Tommy Davidson

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“In Living Color” was also Davidson’s big break.

8. Tommy Davidson

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After leaving the show, Davidson went on to star in movies like “Booty Call” and was also the voice of Oscar Proud on Disney’s “The Proud Family.” Most recently, he was a voice on Adult Swim’s “Black Dynamite.”

9. Kelly Coffield Park

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Fresh from her role in “Field of Dreams,” Park was set as part of the original “In Living Color Cast.”

10. Kelly Coffield Park

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She’s had guest roles on plenty of films and shows since leaving “In Living Color.” Park has been in “Jerry Maguire,” “My Wife and Kids,” and “The Good Wife.”

11. Jim Carrey

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What hasn’t Jim Carrey done since he left “In Living Color?” He was nominated for an Oscar for his portrayal of Andy Kaufman in “Man on the Moon.” He also scored big hits with “How the Grinch Stole Christmas,” “Bruce Almighty,” and the “Ace Ventura” movies.

12. Jim Carrey

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Jim made everyone laugh with his outrageous portrayals of Fire Marshall Bill and Vera de Milo.

13. Kim Wayans

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Little sister to Keenen and Damon, Kim stood on her own as part of the original cast.

14. Kim Wayans

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Kim hasn’t stopped acting. She was on “In the House” with LL Cool J. Most recently, she has appeared on “Hawaii Five-O,” “Reckless,” and the movie “Pariah.”

15. David Alan Grier

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David was a stand out cast member in the original lineup.

16. David Alan Grier

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David has proved himself to be a consummate actor, appearing on Broadway and his own television series. Currently, he can be seen on “Comedy Bang! Bang!”

17. T’Keyah Crystal Keymah

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T’Keyah brought the fun and childlike wonder to “In Living Color” from the beginning.

18. T’Keyah Crystal Keymah

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Since the show’s end, Keymah was a cast member of “Cosby” and Disney’s “That’s So Raven.” She was most recently seen on BET’s “Let’s Stay Together.”

19. Rosie Perez

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She was the Fly Girls’ choreographer and dancer, which even gained her an Emmy nomination.

20. Rosie Perez

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Perez has gone on to have roles in shows and movies like “Lipstick Jungle” and “Nurse Jackie.” She is currently a co-host on “The View.”

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