These Nickelodeon and Disney actors grew up too fast, we can't keep up!
"You don't have to be afraid to put your dream in action / You're never gonna fade / You'll be the main attraction," goes the theme song of Victorious where she played aspiring singer Tori Vega. Although her pop star dreams didn't materialize (unlike co-star Ariana Grande), Victoria recently played Janet Weiss in the TV remake of The Rocky Horror Picture Show.
Cole & Dylan Sprouse
The very quirky The Suite Life of Zack & Cody alums finally resumed their acting careers after graduating from New York University with flying colors. Cole will play Jughead in the upcoming series Riverdale while Dylan is part of the dark drama Dismissed. Also, don't miss out on the Sprouse twins' banter on Twitter.
Unlike her contemporary Selena Gomez of Wizards of Waverly Place, the star of iCarly didn't successfully cross over to the music scene. The USC film major, who was last seen in the sitcom Crowded, will lend her voice again to Margo in Despicable Me 3.
The hilarious half of Drake & Josh has grown up to be such a hottie. But don't get your hopes up because the 29-year-old actor is now engaged to long-time girlfriend Paige O'Brien. He was last seen in the 2015-2016 series Grandfathered which was cancelled after one season.
Bella continues to Shake It Up! in her personal life - coming out as bisexual, breaking up with Gregg Sulkin, and moving on to Tyler Posey. The YA author will play the lead in a 2017 series based on the book Famous in Love.
The 20-year-old Disney sensation played Rocky Blue in Shake It Up! alongside Bella before currently starring in K.C. Undercover. Her biggest gig yet is Spider-Man: Homecoming which arrives in theaters next year. Although she received a lot of negative comments since landing the job (and everyday on social media), she always has a witty clap back. All Hail Queen Zendaya!
Who's your favorite among these former Disney and Nickelodeon stars? Tell us in the comments!