Sabrina the Teenage Witch Cast: Where Are They Now?



Sabrina the Teenage Witch Cast: Where Are They Now?

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We've been thinking about the cast of Sabrina the Teenage Witch. Where are they now?
Let’s take a little trip down memory lane. Welcome to MsMojo, and today we’re looking at the cast of “Sabrina the Teenage Witch” – where are they now?

For this list, we’ll be looking at the stars of the live action “Sabrina the Teenage Witch” and seeing what they’ve been up since the TV series’ end in 2003.

#10: Martin Mull

Mull was a regular on the show from seasons two through four. He portrayed the Vice principal turned principal of Westbridge High, Willard Kraft. Mull seemed to always prefer TV over film, previously starring in old sitcoms like “Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman” and “Roseanne.” He has continued his prolific work in television throughout the 2010s and was even nominated for an Emmy Award for his brief role as Bob Bradley in “Veep.” He also popped up in four episodes of “Life in Pieces” and seven episodes of “The Ranch.” In addition, he has retained main roles, having starred in both “Dads” and “The Cool Kids.” Unfortunately, both shows were cancelled by Fox after just one season.

#9: Elisa Donovan

Donovan was a relative latecomer to “Sabrina,” having played her tutor and third housemate, Morgan Cavanaugh between seasons 5 to 7. In 2009, Donovan starred in an ABC Family movie called “The Dog Who Saved Christmas” and has since gone on to star in its numerous sequels. That dog has saved Easter, Halloween, Christmas Vacation, Summer, and “the Holidays.” That is one busy dog! While that series has been Donovan’s primary creative output, she has also done some supplemental work. In 2014, she reunited with Melissa Joan Hart for an episode of “Melissa & Joey,” and in 2017 she starred as Mary in a crime drama called “MDMA.”

#8: Lindsay Sloane

Sloane had a small but important role, playing Sabrina’s best friend Valerie Birkhead throughout the second and third seasons. Sloane has enjoyed a prosperous career since leaving “Sabrina” behind. In 2011 and 2014 she appeared as Charlie Day’s fiancée Stacy in the first and second “Horrible Bosses,” respectively. That said, most of her work has remained on television. From 2014 to 2017 she had a recurring role as Tina on the USA Network comedy “Playing House.” But perhaps her most substantial recent role is that of Emily in CBS’s “The Odd Couple.” She remained a series regular throughout the show’s three seasons and thirty-eight episodes.

#7: Soleil Moon Frye

Playing Sabrina’s mortal college roommate Roxie King was Soleil Moon Frye. Frye’s on-screen creative output was a little slow throughout the 2010s, but the 2000s saw her transitioning to voice work. She provided the voice of Jade in “Bratz: Starrin’ & Stylin’” and Zoey in “The Proud Family.” In the early to mid 2010s, Frye hosted the third season of the lifestyle show “Home Made Simple” between 2013 and 2014. Frye’s time has mostly been spent away from the cameras. In 2013, she released a party planning book titled “Let’s Get This Party Started,” and the following year founded a party decoration company called MoonFrye. Something tells us she knows a thing or two about parties!

#6: Jenna Leigh Green

Green was a regular on “Sabrina” for the first three seasons, playing Sabrina’s arch-nemesis and bully, Libby Chessler. Soon after leaving the show, Green secured the role of Nessarose in the North American tour and Broadway production of “Wicked.” The succeeding years have seen Green appearing in bit roles in numerous television shows, including “Bones” and an episode of “Quantico” in 2017. The next year, she briefly appeared as Rebecca Ramos in the biographical drama “Skin,” and 2019 saw her appearing as Irena Briganti in four episodes of the Showtime miniseries “The Loudest Voice.”

#5: Nate Richert

And with Nate Richert, we have come to the series regulars! Richert portrayed Sabrina’s boyfriend and soulmate Harvey Kinkle. Nate followed up “Sabrina” with a few bit TV roles before retiring from acting in 2006. His final role was Henry in the short film “H-e-n-r-y.” Not much had been heard from him until the late 2010s, when he began the website On it, you can see that he has transitioned to music and released the albums Strawberry Girl, Away from My Home, and Anything Else but You. He also has an eponymous YouTube channel where he has published some music and released some creative work, like Olivia’s Justice, Out to Lunch, and a commercial parody called Box O Christ.

#4: Beth Broderick

Broderick has remained quite busy on TV after playing Zelda for 141 episodes of the show. In 2013 she had a recurring role as Rose Twitchell in the CBS adaptation of “Under the Dome,” and the following year she reunited with Melissa Joan Hart on two episodes of “Melissa & Joey.” She also appeared in episodes of Amazon’s “Bosch” in 2017, where she played Judge Sharon Houghton. In 2018 she popped up in HBO’s “Sharp Objects,” playing Adora’s gossipy friend Annie. 2019 saw Broderick in a festive mood, as she starred as Betty in the Hallmark Original Christmas movie “Christmas Town.” Now that’s a varied filmography!

#3: Nick Bakay

You may not recognize Nick Bakay because his face never actually appeared on the show. But his voice did! You know him as the adorable Salem Saberhagen, Sabrina’s iconic black kitty. Despite having a major role in that show, Bakay has always been more concerned with behind the scenes work. Bakay can often be seen collaborating with Kevin James, as they penned the scripts for “Zookeeper” and both “Paul Blart: Mall Cop” movies. Bakay also wrote for James’s sitcom “The King of Queens” in the mid 2000s. Bakay is now heavily involved in the CBS comedy “Mom,” serving as executive producer and writer of over forty episodes!

#2: Caroline Rhea

Acting alongside Beth Broderick as the Spellman sisters was Caroline Rhea. Despite doing a lot of prolific acting, Rhea has remained a comedian first and foremost. Throughout 2017 and 2018, she appeared as a panel contestant on both “Funny You Should Ask” and “Match Game.” She also landed her own video clip game show on The Game Show Network called “Caroline & Friends,” which aired from July through October of 2018. But that’s not to say she has left acting behind entirely. In 2019, she began playing Judy in the Disney Channel’s “Sydney to the Max,” and in 2020 she will reprise her role as Linda from the animated TV series in 2nd feature length film “Phineas and Ferb the Movie: Candace Against the Universe.”

#1: Melissa Joan Hart

Fear not, for Sabrina herself has not faded away into irrelevance! Like her co-star Beth Broderick, Hart has done some Christmas movies in the mid-to-late 2010s, starring in the Lifetime films “A Very Nutty Christmas” and “Christmas Reservations.” But, like a lot of her co-stars, Hart’s heart remains in television. From 2010 to 2015, she executive produced and starred in her own sitcom, “Melissa & Joey.” She also did some work behind the camera, having directed six of the show’s episodes. Throughout 2019, she starred as Liz in Netflix’s “No Good Nick,” but the show was cancelled after one season. 2019 also saw Melissa continuing her directorial work, having helmed two episodes of “The Goldbergs” that year. What with rumours of a “Clarissa Explains It All” reboot in the works and Hart herself reportedly in talks for a role, we can say with certainty that yep, Sabrina is doin’ just fine!