Freaks and geeks cast then and now


I started watching this series at the age of 14. Then I stopped to have the perfect vision of what the high school actually is. I searched for the song 'Box of rain' from the band Grateful dead, which is now one of my favorite bands. At this point, I am listening that song. The spirit of old times hasn't left me since then.

Your tongue is twisted with words half spoken and thoughts unclear

What really can blow my mind is that when I watch a series that was played before I was born, that when I google that tv show I can find actors and the way they look now, I want to know what they are doing, that this ise. Sometimes I can't recognize them, sometimes I cry when I find out I will never have the opportunity to meet them because they are now playing some other roles in another world, carefree - just like in the one in which they started their careers.

Whatever they did, no matter how successful they were to the observer and admired their first roles. Even if they decided to forever leave the great acting land, I will respect that. Because they made big changes to me. Spending hours of episodes I slowly realized how the world works - even on Tv world isn't as ideal as it seems to us,or is it?

This is the team that started my vintage dreams and changed my mind. Some of them are now serious actors and you certainly know the name and 100% have watched at least one movie with them, and some have decided for small, but still important roles. And if I accidentally look at a movie with them, I smile because it reminds me of one part of my childhood and I feel so proud of them.


  • Linda Cardellini

Roles: Boy meets world,Scooby-Doo,Step by Step, Clueless, 3rd Rock from the Sun, Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed,And in the End...,Dead Man on CampusStrangelandGood BurgerLegally BlondeBrokeback Mountain,Grandma's Boy, Kill the Irishman,Super ,Return,Gravity Falls, The Thrilling Adventure Hour, Bloodline,..


  • James Franco 

Roles:Spider-Man,Sonny, City by the Sea,The Ape, Annapolis,Tristan & Isolde,Flyboys,Knocked Up,Good Time Max,Pineapple Express, The Letter,Oz the Great and Powerful, Spring Breakers, The Disaster Artist,...

  • Seth Rogen

Roles: Donnie Darko, The 40-Year-Old Virgin,Funny People,Knocked Up, Pineapple Express, This Is the End, The Interview, Horton Hears a Who!, Kung Fu Panda,The Spiderwick Chronicles,Monsters vs. Aliens,The Lion King,..


  • Elizabeth Jean "Busy'' Philipps 

RolesDawson's Creek, The Smokers, Home Room, White Chicks, Made of Honor , Thrilling Adventure Hour ( live stage radio show), Vice Principals,..
  • Jason Segel

Roles:Undeclared,Knocked Up, Forgetting Sarah Marshall, I Love You, Man ,Despicable Me, Jeff, Who Lives at Home, The Muppets, The Five-Year Engagement , Sex Tape, The Discovery,Bad Teacher, The End of the Tour,..
  • John Francis Daley

Roles:Bones,co-wrote: Horrible Bosses, The Incredible Burt Wonderstone, Vacation, Spider-Man: Homecoming ,..

  • Martin Starr

Roles:Roswell ,Stealing Harvard,Cheats,Knocked Up, Superbad,Incredible Hulk, The Lifeguard, The Aquabats! Super Show!Franklin & Bash, Drunk History,..

  • Samuel Franklin "SammLevine

Roles:Not Another Teen Movie,Vacation,Safety School,I'd Like to Be Alone Now,That's So Raven,That '70s Show,How I Met Your Mother,Family Guy,Liv and Maddie,K.C. Undercover,..

Some facts:

James Franco and Seth Rogen were on a strict vegan diet throughout filming, because Seth wanted to lose weight.


The only actor who was the same age as his character was John Francis Daley, who was 14 during the time of filming.

The pilot was filmed in a real school,which was also the same school that Clueless and numerous other films used.

Even though they were a couple on screen, James Franco and Busy Philipps actually hated each other.

 Linda Cardenelli, who played Sam Weir's 16-year-old older sister, was actually 24 during the time of filming.

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