‘The Lizzie McGuire Movie’ Turns 15: Where Are The Stars Now?

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With four
words, Hilary Duff gave fans one of the most iconic moments in cinematic
history: “Sing to me, Paolo.”

“The
Lizzie McGuire Movie” hit theaters 15 years ago on May 2, 2003, marking
the epic finale of the smash Disney Channel series.

Fans will
remember Lizzie venturing to Rome with her school after her junior-high graduation.
There, she accidentally discovers her Italian pop star doppelganger, Isabella,
and is tricked into taking her place for a performance at the Italian Music
Awards.

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Unfortunately,
the film didn’t score any love from the Academy or the GRAMMYs, but the film
(and its incredible soundtrack) will always have a place in fans’ hearts.

Here is what
the cast of “The Lizzie McGuire Movie” is up to 15 years later.

Hilary continues to be a TV queen,
starring in the hit TV Land series “Younger”

Hilary Duff

Adam Lamberg, who played Lizzie’s
best friend and love interest Gordo, works with the Irish Arts Center in New
York City.

Adam Lamberg

Yani Gellman (Paulo) went on to play
the suspicious Officer Garrett Reynolds in “Pretty Little Liars.”

Paolo

Remember mean girl Kate Sanders?
Actress Ashlie Brillault ditched Hollywood for law school, and is now a laywer.

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Yes, Ethan Craft is still hot.
Clayton Snyder became a professional polo player in Europe.

Ethan

Lizzie’s annoying little brother,
Matt, is all grown up. Jake Thomas currently works as a photographer.

Jake Thomas

Alex Borstein played the overbearing
chaperone Miss Ungermeyer. She went on to score a 2018 Critics’ Choice Award
nod for her role in “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.”

Alex Borstein

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