Fred Savage stole the show as "Kevin Arnold," a young boy trying to navigate life in American during the late 1960s and early 1970s.
Today, Fred Savage works mostly behind the scenes, directing and producing television shows like "Modern Family" and "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia." He also voices a cartoon character in the series, "Generator Rex."
Jason Hervey played "Wayne Arnold," Kevin's older brother who showed no mercy when it came to tormenting his younger sibling.
Like Savage,Jason Hervey chose to move to behind-the-scenes work when the show ended, taking on a position as executive producer for World Championship Wrestling and voicing a character for a Nickelodeon cartoon. He currently produces the shows "See Dad Run" and "Hardcore Pawn: Chicago."
British actress Olivia d'Abo played "Karen Arnold," Kevin's older peace-loving hippie sister who always did her own thing and never quite got along with her parents.
Since "The Wonder Years" went off the air, Olivia d'Abo has kept quite busy with her acting career, appearing on shows like "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" and appearing on Broadway opposite Matthew Broderick in "The Odd Couple."
Dan Lauria played Kevin's grumpy father, "Jack Arnold," and even while the show ran, acted in a number of films and TV movies.
Throughout the years, he has built up quite the resume, appearing on shows like "Perception" and "Harry's Law," and he even stars on a television show called "Sullivan & Son" which airs on TBS.
Every little boy who watched "The Wonder Years" had a crush on "Winnie Cooper," played by Danica McKellar, but no one crushed as hard on her as Kevin Arnold.
Danica McKellar took some time off from acting to earn a degree in mathematics from UCLA, but she returned to play roles on shows like "The Big Bang Theory." She has also written a few math-related books, as well as had a son, Draco.
Through "The Wonder Years," actress Alley Mills became one of the most iconic TV moms of the 20th century by playing housewife "Norma Arnold."
Shortly after the show ended, Alley Mills took on a role on another hit show, "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman," as well as appeared in a number of films throughout the years. She currently stars on "The Bold and the Beautiful."
Of course, everywhere Kevin Arnold went, his nerdy BFF, "Paul Pfeiffer," played by Josh Saviano, went too.
While Internet rumors suggested that Josh Saviano grew up to become rocker Marilyn Manson, he actually left show business behind for law. After graduating from Yale in 1998, he attended law school. Today, he works for Morrison Cohen LLP and has a family of his own.
TV Guide called "The Wonder Years" one of the "top 20" shows of the 1980s. Fans fell in love with and related to the Arnold family. This is a look at what the stars are up to now.