7. Sarah Michelle Gellar from Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Sarah still remains somewhat active on TV, though she no longer spends weeknights slaying vampires as Buffy. But most of her time is spent away from the cameras, and she’s focused more on cooking as a business. Recently, her line of cake mixes entered into a deal with Starbucks and is being sold across more than 8,000 locations. She also released a cookbook alongside Gia Russo which shows off her creative food crafts.
8. Lucy Liu from Ally McBeal
Lucy Liu first rose to prominence in Ally McBeal as Ling Woo. Since then, she’s starred in numerous blockbusters such as Charlie’s Angels and Shanghai Noon. Lucy is still gracing magazines, TV, and movies, but she also focuses on other endeavors. Lately, Lucy has been dabbling in the world of art – collages, paintings, etc. – and has donated several of her personal works of art to charity.
9. Danielle Fishel from Boy Meets World
Everybody growing up in the mid- and late-90s knows Danielle Fishel as Topanga from Boy Meets World. When the series ended, she had matured quite a bit and became the host for The Dish, a satirical news show. She even reports for the YouTube channel PopSugar Girls Guide. Danielle reprised her role as Topanga in Girl Meets World from 2014 until the series finale in 2017.