1) Topher Grace: Eric Forman

While on the series, Grace also took supporting roles in big Hollywood films like Traffic (2000), Ocean’s Eleven (2001) and Ocean’s Twelve (2004). After playing lead roles in the rom-com Win a Date with Tad Hamilton! (2004) and the comedy In Good Company (2004), Grace portrayed Eddie Brock (Venom) in Spider-Man 3 (2007). Other notable films include Interstellar (2014), Truth(2015) and playing former Klansman David Duke in Spike Lee’s BlacKkKlansman (2018).

“I would do it for sure because that was a very wonderful time for us. We were all very close, having that experience every single day with each other,” he told The Hollywood Reporter.

2) Laura Prepon: Donna Pinciotti

Laura Prepon made a name for herself as Eric’s true love Donna, but these days she’s doing hard time as Alex Vause on Netflix’s hit series Orange Is the New Black. In her personal life, she tied the knot with Ben Foster in June 2018, about a year after giving birth to their daughter Ella.

3) Mila Kunis: Jackie Burkhart

There’s no denying that Mila Kunis has had an incredibly successful career since she played everyone’s favorite little diva on That ’70s ShowForgetting Sarah Marshall, Black Swan, Friends With Benefits, Ted, and Bad Moms are
all highlights from her resume, and she still finds time to voice Meg Griffin on Family Guy. She’s also married to Ashton Kutcher, who she has two kids with.

4) Ashton Kutcher: Michael Kelso

Ashton Kutcher played dim-witted Kelso, but he’s been a very savvy actor/producer since That ’70s Show wrapped. He brought us all Punk’d and has starred in a bunch of movies and TV shows, including Two and a Half Men. He was also married to Demi Moore for eight years before they split in 2005. In 2015 he married former ’70s Show co-star Mila Kunis and the two have a daughter named Wyatt  and a son named Dimitri together.

5) Wilmer Valderrama: Fez

Valderamma is still a small screen favorite. He’s appeared in shows like From Dusk Till Dawn, Awake, Raising HopeSuburgatory, and the short-lived Minority Report. In 2016, he also had recurring roles on Grey’s Anatomy as well as the Netflix Original sitcom, The Ranch (which co-stars ’70s Show alums Ashton Kutcher and Kurtwood Smith).

 6) Danny Masterson: Steven Hyde

Masterson continues to work, mostly doing TV guest spots. He also starred in the TBS comedy Men at Work for three seasons. The actor married actress Bijou Phillips in 2011, and welcomed their daughter Finna Francis in 2014. In 2016, Masterson appeared on the Netflix Original sitcom The Ranch, but was fired on  December 5, 2017 amid multiple rape allegations. Masterson has denied any wrongdoing against him and released the statement to the Huffington Post:

 7) Debra Jo Rupp: Kitty Forman

Kitty Forman was one of the best TV moms ever. These days, actress Debra Jo Rupp stays busy doing TV guest spots (Hart of Dixie, As the World Turns) and stage work. She also booked a recurring guest role — and reunited with her That ’70s Showco-stars — on Netflix’s The Ranch, and had a brief stint as a social worker who crosses paths with Randall (Sterling K. Brown) on NBC’s gut-wrenching family drama This Is Us. 

8)  Kurtwood Smith: Red Forman

Red Forman dished out tough love and harsh life advice as the Forman patriarch, but we loved him for it. Actor Kurtwood Smith still stayed busy appearing on shows like 24, Resurrection, and Regular Show. He also portrays Sam Peterson on the Netflix Original series The Ranch.