Fans of ‘The Nanny’ were freaking out when they found out there was a reunion between three of ‘The Nanny’ cast members from the hit 90s sitcom. And it’s not so surprising. After all, ‘The Nanny’ ran from 1993 to 1999, and it still has a large and devoted following today. It’s understandable why these diehard fans were so thrilled to see the trio together once again years later!
Fran Drescher (who played Fran Fine) and Charles Shaughnessy (who portrayed Maxwell Sheffield) came together to celebrate the birthday of Renée Taylor (who brought the role of Sylvia Fine to life).
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And thankfully for all of us, Shaughnessy shared a tiny glimpse of the fun with his fellow ‘The Nanny’ cast members with his Facebook followers in an adorable snapshot of the three stars together. It’s cheekily titled, “An evening with the mother in law!”
Naturally, this exciting photo made fans wonder what the rest of the ‘The Nanny’ cast were up to these days–and what they look like now several years after ‘The Nanny’ wrapped up its last episode. If you’re one of them, you’re in for a treat because we have both of those answers for you. Though some may have changed their looks or the types of roles they typically work with, they’re all doing fantastic things for their careers.
And from Nicholle Tom’s new haircut and new role in an animated series to Madeline Zima growing up to be a stunning young woman and acting in big-time movies, you might be surprised to see where they all ended up!
Click through the gallery below to see the cast of ‘The Nanny’ then and now!
via Closer Weekly
Fran Drescher (Fran Fine)
In addition to The Nanny, the comedienne is known for her starring roles on sitcoms Living With Fran and Happily Divorced. She has also appeared in movies Saturday Night Fever, Stranger in Our House, Gorp, This Is Spinal Tap, and The Beautician and the Beast.
Ann Morgan Guilbert
Ann Morgan Guilbert (Yetta Rosenberg)
In addition to The Nanny, Ann starred on TV shows The Dick Van Dyke Show, The Andy Griffith Show, Love, American Style, Dragnet, Seinfeld, Curb Your Enthusiasm, and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. The actress sadly died at age 87 in June 2016.
Charles Shaughnessy (Maxwell Sheffield)
The actor is also known for playing Shane Donovan on the soap opera Days of Our Lives. He most recently guest-starred on the Disney Channel series Dog with a Blog.
Daniel Davis (Niles)
The actor — who is known for portraying British characters onscreen, but is American! — is most recognized for playing butler Niles on The Nanny and for his two guest appearances as Professor Moriarty on Star Trek: The Next Generation. Daniel guest-starred on a 2015 episode of Gotham.
Lauren Lane (C. C. Babcock)
Though Lauren is most known for her supporting role on The Nanny, she has also acted in movies Interface and Gen¹³ and on TV shows Hunter and L.A. Law. Her last television appearance was as a guest-star on a 2010 episode of The Fran Drescher Show.
Nicholle Tom (Maggie Sheffield)
In addition to The Nanny, Nicholle is most recognized for portraying Ryce Newton in the Beethoven film and TV franchise and for voicing Supergirl in the animated series DC Animated Universe.
Benjamin Salisbury (Brighton Sheffield)
Benjamin has starred in movies Captain Ron, D3: The Mighty Ducks and on TV shows The Oz Kids and Numb3rs. He's also appeared in a series of Domino's Pizza commercials and was once a contestant on Jeopardy!
Madeline Zima (Gracie Sheffield)
Madeline is most known for playing Gracie on The Nanny, Mia Lewis on Californication, and Gretchen Berg on Heroes. She has additionally starred in movies The Hand That Rocks the Cradle, A Cinderella Story, Legacy, and The Collector.
Renée Taylor (Sylvia Fine)
Renée is known for being an actress, director, and Oscar-nominated writer. Her acting credits include The Producers, Made for Each Other, Delirious, Dream On, Daddy Dearest, How I Met Your Mother, and Happily Divorced.