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Here's What the 'Sabrina the Teenage Witch' Cast Is up to Now, 17 Years Later



It’s been nearly 24 years since Sabrina the Teenage Witch first aired on ABC. The popular television sitcom was based on the Archie Comics series with the same name, and it followed a teenage witch named Sabrina Spellman — who discovered her magical powers on her 16th birthday. The hit show ran from 1996 to 2003, spanning seven seasons and 167 episodes. 

The show has been over for 17 years, and with the popular Netflix reboot Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, many fans are wondering what the original cast is up to nowadays. Here’s an update on your favorite witches.

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Melissa Joan Hart (Sabrina Spellman)

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After her stint as Sabrina Spellman came to an end, Melissa Joan Hart continued acting in multiple television shows and movies. In 2010, she landed the lead role as Melissa in a sitcom called Melissa & Joey. The show aired from 2010 to 2015 and was well-received by fans and critics alike. 

Now, this former Sabrina the Teenage Witch cast member currently stars as Liz on Netflix’s No Good Nick — and she's rumored to be returning to her Nickelodeon roots on an untitled reboot of Clarissa Explains It All. 

As far as her personal life goes, Melissa married musician Mark Wilkerson in 2003 and had three sons with him. The family of five lives in Westport, Connecticut. 

Caroline Rhea (Hilda)

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Caroline has received a ton of acting work since Sabrina the Teenage Witch ended, including some time with Disney Channel as Ilsa Schiklegoobermeyger on The Suite Life of Zack & Cody and voicing “Mom” on Phineas and Ferb. She also recently starred as Judy Reynolds in Disney’s Sydney to the Max. Caroline has a daughter who was born in October 2008.

Beth Broderick (Zelda)

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Beth Broderick has also had a successful acting career since Sabrina the Teenage Witch came to an end. You might’ve seen her as Annie B in Sharp Objects, Diane Janssen in Lost, or Rose Twitchell in Under the Dome

On Jan. 26, 1998, Beth married Brian Porizek. The couple divorced two years later and in 2005 she married Scott Paetty.

Beth is the founding director of Momentum, an organization based in New York to help people battling AIDS. She’s also a founding member of the Celebrity Action Council of the City Light Women’s Rehabilitation Program at the Los Angeles Mission, an organization that provides services for homeless women.

Nick Bakay (Salem Saberhagen)

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America’s favorite black cat was voiced by Nick Bakay, who also happened to be a co-producer on the show. He also served as a producer and actor on The King of Queens, ‘Til Death, Two and a Half Men and Mom. 

According to IMDB, Nick has voiced the character Salem in six different shows: Sabrina the Teenage Witch (1996), Boy Meets World (1993), You Wish (1997), Teen Angel (1997), Sabrina, the Animated Series (1999) and The Simpsons (1989). He doesn't post much on social media, but he has been married to his wife Robin since Feb. 20, 1994 and is currently living in the Hollywood Hills.

Nate Richert (Harvey Kinkle)

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Since his time as Harvey on Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Nate has kept busy with directing and songwriting — but not so much acting. (His most recent acting credit was in 2006 for the short H-e-n-r-y) He is, however, listed as a producer in the TV movie, What About Weiss, according to

Nate is currently married to actress and model Malorie Felt, according to his Instagram account.

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