(Jason Merritt via Getty Images) Before there was Sheldon Cooper there was Paul Pfeiffer, who as a prepubescent youth enjoyed a boyhood bromance with Kevin Arnold (Fred Savage) during the 1960’s and ‘70s, at a time when the world was immersed in the Vietnam War and the hippie revolution.
Since then Saviano has been a bit of a recluse, choosing to remain out of the spotlight.
Serious and responsible, he tries to carry the world on his shoulders and rarely lets others know that he needs help and support.
(Mike Coppola via Getty Images) For years Richmond was known to millions of "Cosby Show" fans as Rudy’s kind-hearted, misguided best friend Kenny aka “Bud;” a youngster whose chauvinistic views on women often landed him in the crosshairs of Rudy’s mother.
After the series ended, he continued acting on the show "Sister, Sister" (1997) and in the comedy "Not Another Teen Movie" (2001).
He did that a lot earlier than many people expected, when in one of his first roles at age 6 he played a young Joey on an episode of "Blossom." Since then he’s enjoyed success on show’s including "Brotherly Love," "Oliver Beene," "Bones" and "Melissa & Joey." (Jeffrey Mayer via Getty Images) By the time Paulk landed the role of Myles on "Moesha" he had already appeared on a number of shows including, Martin, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and Grace Under Fire.
After five seasons playing Brandy’s little brother he went on to appear in a number of films including "Roll," "Bounce" and "Take the Lead," and most recently in the critically acclaimed "Red Tails" (2012).
(Josh Saviano) For the Sweeten siblings, being cast as the Barone children Ali, Geoffrey, and Michael, on the CBS smash "Everybody Loves Raymond," gave them the chance to show off their family chemistry and talents to audiences around the world.
Since those days Madylin has worked on several projects, including the films "Eagle Eye" and the soon to be released, S"pare Change," while her twin brothers have kept a lower profile out of the spotlight.
To others, he may appear to be rather hard-nosed and tough, with a businesslike attitude toward their personal concerns and feelings. His feelings and loyalties run deep, but he often does not let people know how much he cares.
Jonathan Taylor Thomas also sometimes needs to learn to relax, enjoy himself, and play.
Along with making a few cameos in the show, he also directed a few episodes too!
Granted, it's safe to say Jonathan Taylor Thomas has not lost touch with his Tiger Beat self. (and playing with himself), Fishman has continued to pursue acting, with roles in the 2001 film "A.
He is likely to be a great collector of things - a real pack rat in fact - for his belongings give Jonathan Taylor Thomas a sense of security and continuity with the past, which is important to him.