Since the last Santa Clause movie in the three-part franchise wrapped up in 2006, many of the original cast members from the 1994 film have accomplished so much in their careers. In case you're curious about what they've all been up to, here's a breakdown on what the gang is doing now.
Needless to say, the '90s were HUGE for Tim Allen. Apart from playing jolly old Saint Nick in , the actor was already known for being Buzz Lightyear in and Tim Taylor in . In between filming and movies, Tim also starred in These Guys, , and .
Around 24 years later, and Tim is still a huge name in the industry. Tim has continued doing the voice for Buzz Lightyear over the years and is set to star in Toy Story 4 when it's released in June 2019. Since the last movie was made in 2006, the 65-year-old star has also become a sitcom hero for playing Mike Baxter on .
By the time Neal — er, Judge — took on , he was already a pretty major star. In the late '80s, Judge played a slew of big-time roles including Gerald in , Detective Billy Rosewood in, and Jed in Trying Times.
Judge, 61, has been busy racking up over the years. The year 2017 was particularly busy for him as he took on three major projects: Four Christmases and a Wedding, , and Highly Functional. But still, to die-hard Clause fans, he'll forever be Neal.
Like Judge, Wendy was in the '80s before taking on the role of Laura. More specifically, she appeared in many TV series and TV movies – Hard Copy (Blake Calisher), (Joanna Buckley), and Studio 5-B (Gali Browning) to name a few.
Wendy, 62, has been working tirelessly since playing Scott's non-believing ex-wife. While she appeared in movies here and there, her career continued to revolve primarily around television shows. Some of her biggest projects since 2006 include parts on , , , and .
Adorable little Charlie made hearts explode everywhere when debuted. While he was only 8 years old when he appeared on screen as Scott's son, Eric had already played David in Sunny's Deliverance, Leo Hill in Laurie Hill, and young Kevin Arnold in . A star from the start!
Red carpet photos of Eric now are hard to come by, probably because he's primarily working behind the camera these days. As states, the 32-year-old now works as a director, editor, audio engineer, and producer for his production company LP Studios in L.A. Oh, and based on , he's also quite the beer model as well.
After playing Bernard the Elf in 1994, David started popping up everywhere throughout the rest of the decade. Some of his most notable parts include playing Billy in Chicago Sons, David in Monty, and Michael in .
Now 40, David has in the post-Clause years. Most recently, he's starred as Rabbi Gill in , Harvey Wasserman in , and Timo in .