'Facts of Life's' Kim Fields welcomes second baby: What is the rest of the cast up to now?Add to Favorites | The Facts of Life
"The Facts of Life" remains to be one of the most loved classic TV sitcoms ever. Originally airing on NBC from 1979 to 1988, it was the longest running sitcom of the 80s.
On Tuesday (Dec. 3), cast member Kim Fields welcomed a second baby with her husband Christopher L. Morgan. Born at 10:30 a.m. ET, the baby boy has been named Quincy Xavier Morgan, brother to 6 1/2 year old Sebastian.
The news that Tootie Ramsey has two kids made us wonder: What are the rest of her cast members up to now?
Along with her two sons, Fields' next project is "Holiday Love: The Rebirth," a holiday special she directed and executive produced with her husband.
The actress who played Blair Warner toughed it out on "Survivor: Phillipines" despite not being a fan of reality TV. She even made it to the finals, but lost in the end to Denise Stapley. The hilarious part of it all? Some of her fellow contestants didn't recognize her until someone outed her in Tribal Council.
Jo remains to be McKeon's biggest role, although she almost landed the part of Monica on "Friends." She also portrayed Demi Lovato's mom on Disney's "Sonny with a Chance."
After playing Natalie on "Facts of Life," Cohn hit her stride in voice-over work, going on to enjoy an Emmy-nominated career. Her nasally voice has appeared on "Kim Possible," "Dexter's Laboratory," "Family Guy," and voicing Velma on "Scooby Doo."
As Mrs. Garrett, Rae exited the series in Season 8. She then went on to voice Nanny in 43 episodes of "101 Dalmatians: The Series." She also played Adam Sandler's older fling in "You Don't Mess with the Zohan."
Joining the series in Season 8, Leachman took over the part of den mother to replace Mrs. Garrett. Since "Facts of Life," Leachman has enjoyed series regular roles on many TV series including "Malcolm in the Middle" and currently "Raising Hope."
Joining "Facts of Life" in Season 6, Astin went on to appear in over 40 movies, TV movies, and TV series including "Lost," "Psych," and "Grey's Anatomy." Fun fact: he's the younger brother of "The Goonies" Sean Astin.
Only in Season 1 of "Facts of Life," Ringwald went on to be one of the iconic teens in the Brat Pack, and then she turned in her teen roles to play a mother in "Secret Life of the American Teenager."
Come on, we all know were he ended up.