Now: Wiggins, now 35, has appeared in a handful of movies since his days as Mitch.
Even if you’ve waited 20 years for your prodigal grandson to return to your doorstep, you should be very wary of conspicuous introductions, like Pete’s “Hi Grandma, Grandpa. Pete.” Even as Grandpa (Peter Gerety) holds his grandson, you can almost see the flicker of skepticism creeping in on the edges of Margo Martindale‘s overjoyed eyes.
Both Beghe and Haggis went on to become central figures in Alex Gibney’s 2015 documentary, Going Clear.
In 2013, we broke the news that Leah Remini had left Scientology.
And the action, such as it was—small-town kids driving muscle cars in slow circles while smoking dope and listening to Edgar Winter eight-tracks—was set on the last day of school in . Like became the rookie card for a generation of new stars, both of the Hollywood and independent-film varieties.
Matthew Mc Conaughey, Ben Affleck, and Renée Zellweger (who had a small, nonspeaking role) are the names that now need no introduction.