List of All That cast members
The following is a list of all the All That cast members and performers. The show ran from 1994–2005 overall, with two series runs total. The first run (known as the Golden Era) ran for six seasons from 1994–2000. However, the show was put on a hiatus for a TV season after the sixth season. While the show was on a break, Nickelodeon aired a "Best Of" season to fill in time; featuring the Season 4 cast of All That. Later, a year after, the show was relaunched for a second run (known as the Relaunch Era) and ran for four seasons from 2002–2005.
List of cast
|Performer||Years active||Repertory Player||Featured Player only||Vital Information anchor||Hosted||Best Of||Attended Reunion Special|
|Lori Beth Denberg||1994–1998|
|Jamie Lynn Spears||2002–2004|
The following list is an overview of the people who were cast members during the first run. It gives information about the person. The list of cast members has been put in the order of how long they were cast members.
First run (1994–2000)
|Performer||Number of Seasons on Show||Time Date||Age on the Show||Other Notes|
|Josh Server||6||(1994–2000)||15–21||Josh was a part of the original cast and the only cast member to last throughout the entire 6 seasons of the "Golden Era", because he got along with every cast member. This makes Josh the All That cast member with the longest tenure on the show.|
|Kel Mitchell||5||(1994–1999)||16–21||Kel was one of the original cast members. One of his sketches was made into a movie (Good Burger). During Season 5, Kel was filming Mystery Men, and only appeared in most episodes after the 100th episode. He and Kenan Thompson became partners after getting their own show. He then left for good after Season 5. He performed with musical guest Aftermath in Season 1, Immature in Season 3, and The MAFT in Season 5. He and Kenan left after Season 5 because their contracts ended, and they had to do the last season of Kenan & Kel. Kenan and Kel auditioned for Saturday Night Live in 2003 but Kel did not make the cut. Kel, along with Kenan, were the only male cast members of the "Golden Era" cast to leave the show before its end.|
|Kenan Thompson||5||(1994–1999)||16–21||Kenan was one of the original cast members. He and Kel Mitchell became partners after getting their own show. Kenan left to explore other venues after Season 5 right before the last season of the "Golden Era" of All That. He and Kel left after Season 5 because their contracts ended, and to do the last season of Kenan & Kel. Kenan, along with Kel, were the only male cast members of the "Golden Era" cast to leave the show before its end. He was a special guest in one episode of the re-launched All That. Kenan is now a repertory player on the NBC sketch show Saturday Night Live and is the first SNL cast member to be born after the show's premiere in 1975.|
|Amanda Bynes||4||(1996–2000)||10–14||In Season 3, Amanda replaced Angelique who had left the show after moving from Orlando to Hollywood and an expired contract. She was the first new addition to the cast. Amanda went on to last until the end of the "Golden Era" of All That. During Season 6 she gained her spin-off show, The Amanda Show, but was able to do both until the end of Season 6. She was a special guest in one episode of the re-launched All That and was a judge of the "R U All That?" Contest.|
|Lori Beth Denberg||4||(1994–1998)||18–22||Lori Beth was one of the original cast members and the oldest being 18 when the show started, as well as the oldest All That cast member in the show's history. She was the first cast member to do the Vital Information sketch and the only female cast member to do so. She left after Season 4 because she felt she was too old for the show. Lori Beth was the last of the original female cast members to leave the show before the end of the "Golden Era". She then later became a regular on The Steve Harvey Show. During the All That Live 100th Episode Special when Lori Beth's Vital Information successor Danny Tamberelli was late to do the sketch, she reprises her old role for one last time.|
|Leon Frierson||3||(1997–2000)||11–13|| Leon became a cast member in Season 4 along with Christy and Danny. He lasted until the end of the "Golden Era" of All That. Leon, along with Danny Tamberelli, were the first male new additions to the cast.
In his debut appearance, he was an audience member who asked to join the cast.
|Christy Knowings||3||(1997–2000)||18–20|| Christy joined the cast in Season 4 along with Danny and Leon, and became quite famous for her different characters and her ability to do many different voices and accents. She lasted until the end of the "Golden Era". Christy was also the last female new addition to the "Golden Era" cast before its end.
In her debut appearance, she was a good friend of Danny and joined the group upon Danny's suggestion.
|Alisa Reyes||3||(1994–1997)||13–15||Alisa is one of the original cast members was on the show for the first three seasons. She left the show after Season 3 because she was getting tired of doing sketch comedy. She did appear briefly in a season 4 episode and The 100th Episode.|
|Danny Tamberelli||3||(1997–2000)||15–17|| Danny joined the show along with Christy and Leon in Season 4. He was already well known for his 1st Nickelodeon show, The Adventures of Pete and Pete. He lasted until the "Golden Era" ended. He was known for taking over Vital Information when Lori Beth left, making him the first male cast member to do so. Danny, along with Leon Frierson, were the first male new additions to the cast.
In his debut appearance, he was a fan of All That and a good friend of Christy Knowings. When Danny is asked if he wanted to join the cast, he said that he would if Christy also joins.
|Katrina Johnson||2½||(1994–1997)||12–14||Katrina is one of the original cast members. Her contract ended and she left right in the middle of Season 3, and only appeared in 2 sketches taped before her departure. She did appear briefly in the 100th Episode.|
|Angelique Bates||2||(1994–1996)||15–16||Angelique was an original cast member of All That. She lasted until Season 3 where during the move to Hollywood her contract ended and she left the show. She did appear briefly in the 100th Episode. Angelique was the first cast member to leave the show.|
|Nick Cannon||2||(1998–2000)||18–19|| Nick had been a stand-up performer before every show starting with Season 3 (known as the audience warm up), he finally became a cast member in Season 5 and became a regular in Season 6. He was a special/musical guest several times during the re-launched All That and was a judge of the "R U All That?" Contest.
In his debut episode, he was mail-ordered by Amanda.
|Mark Saul||2||(1998–2000)||13–15|| Mark became a featuring cast member along with Nick during Season 5 and became a regular starting with Season 6. Left after the "Golden Era" ended.
In his debut, he was walking around China until he came across a hole that was dug from the Green Room by Amanda and Leon. He joined up with the cast after pushing Kevin down the hole.
|Gabriel Iglesias||1||(2000)||23|| Gabriel, a stand-up comedian, joined the cast in the final season of the "Golden Era" after Kenan & Kel left. Not credited for the 10th anniversary special. Gabriel was the last new addition to the "Golden Era" cast before its end. He is also the only All That cast member to join the show while in his twenties.
In his debut episode, he was the prize in the cereal "All That in a Box."
|Tricia Dickson||½||(1997)||Probably 16||Tricia became a featuring cast member during Season 3 after Katrina left. Unfortunately, she was let go after the season ended to make room for new cast members.|
|Victor-Cohn Lopez||½||(1998)||Probably 14–16||Victor-Cohn became a featuring cast member midway through Season 4, along with Zack Mclemore. After Season 4 ended, he was let go to make room for new cast members.|
|Zack Mclemone||½||(1997–1998)||Probably 10-12||Zack became a featuring cast member midway through Season 4, along with Victor-Cohn Lopez. After Season 4 ended, he was let go to make room for new cast members.|
Second run (2002–2005)
The following list is an overview of the people who were cast members during the second run. It gives information about the person. List of cast members is put into order of how long they were cast members.
|Performer||Number of seasons on show||Time date||Age on the show||Other notes|
|Chelsea Brummet||4||(2002–2005)||15–18||Chelsea was a part of the re-launch cast in Season 7. She is one of the four re-launch cast members to last until the show's cancellation after Season 10.|
|Jack DeSena||4||(2002–2005)||15–18||Jack was one of the first cast members during the re-launch. He lasted until the show's cancellation, and continued on with Avatar: The Last Airbender and doing voice acting in other projects.|
|Lisa Foiles||4||(2002–2005)||16–19||Lisa was one of the first new cast members of Season 7 and lasted until the show was canceled. She is known for her energetic nature.|
|Kyle Sullivan||4||(2002–2005)||14–17||Kyle was one of the first cast members to join during the re-launch and along with Lisa, Chelsea, and Jack were the only ones to last until the show's cancellation.|
|Shane Lyons||3||(2002—2004)||14–16||Shane joined six other cast members in the All That re-launch and left after Season 9 because his contracted ended. Shane, along with Bryan Hearne, were the only male cast members of the re-launch cast to leave the show before its cancellation. He then became a chef after his departure.|
|Giovonnie Samuels||3||(2002–2004)||17–19||Giovannie joined the show during the 7th season's re-launch. Giovonnie was one of the well-liked cast members. She left the show after Season 9 because her contract ended. Giovonnie, along with Jamie Lynn Spears, were the only female cast members of the re-launch cast to leave the show before its cancellation. Later became a recurring member on The Suite Life of Zack & Cody.|
|Bryan Hearne||2||(2002–2003)||14–15||Bryan joined the show in its re-launch in Season 7. He left after Season 8, because he decided to begin his music career after that. Bryan was the first of the re-launch cast members to leave the show. He, along with Shane Lyons, were the only male cast members of the re-launch cast to leave the show before its cancellation.|
|Christina Kirkman||2||(2003–2005)||10–12||Christina was the winner of the "R U All That?" contest. Joining the cast in Season 9 she lasted until the show got cancelled after Season 10. Christina is the youngest All That cast member in the show's history. Christina Kirkman replaced Bryan Hearne during Season 9 of "All That". Christina's father encouraged her to enter "R U All That?". Today Christina Kirkman has a degree in journalism.|
|Jamie Spears||2||(2002–2004)||11–12||Credited as Jamie Spears. Younger sister of Britney Spears, she pledged her desire to join her favorite show, All That and got her wish. She joined at the start of Season 8, making her the first new addition to the re-launch cast. Jamie left before the start of Season 10 because she started her own show Zoey 101. Jamie, along with Giovonnie Samuels, were the only female cast members of the re-launch cast to leave the show before its cancellation. Jamie Lynn Spears was the youngest cast member of "All That" until Christina Kirkman came along.|
|Ryan Coleman||1½||(2004–2005)||13–14||Ryan was the runner up of the "R U All That?" contest. He joined the cast midway through the season and lasted until the cancellation of the show. Ryan was the first male new addition to the re-launch cast. Ryan Coleman replaced Jamie Lynn Spears on "All That".|
|Kianna Underwood||1||(2005)||13||Kianna joined the cast starting with Season 10. She didn't last long as the show was canceled right after that. Not credited for 10th anniversary because she wasn't on the show yet. Kianna, along with Denzel Whitaker and Lil' JJ, were the last new additions to the re-launch cast before the show's cancellation. Kianna Underwood replaced Giovonnie Samuels after Season 9.|
|Denzel Whitaker||1||(2005)||15||Denzel joined the cast starting with Season 10. He didn't last long as the show was cancelled right after that. Not credited for 10th anniversary because he wasn't on the show yet. Denzel, along with Kianna Underwood and Lil' JJ, were the last new additions to the re-launch cast before the show's cancellation. Denzel Whitaker was a replacement for Shane Lyons after he left "All That".|
|Lil' JJ||1||(2005)||15||Lil' JJ joined the cast as a featuring cast member in Season 10. He didn't last long as the show was cancelled right after that. Not credited for 10th anniversary because he wasn't on the show yet. During his time on the show, he only did the Vital Information sketch, making him the third and final cast member to do so. Lil' JJ, along with Kianna Underwood and Denzel Whitaker, were the last new additions to the re-launch cast before the show's cancellation.|