It has been more than 20 years on from the release of family-friendly movie Mrs. Doubtfire and it’s still one of my favorite movies of all time. I mean what’s better than Robbin Williams dressing up as a woman housekeeper to spend time with his children held in custody by his former wife.
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This movie is one of those classic 90s movies that almost all of us watched during our younger years and enjoyed every minute of it.
But have you ever wondered what happened to the cast, especially to that cute boy that played the son of Robin Williams’ character?
Well, Matthew Lawrence, who played Chris Hillard is all grown up and actually incredibly handsome. He is 37-years-old now and still in the acting business. Since starring in the 1993 hit he appeared in Blossom, Boy Meets World, and Bringing Up Jack.
Thanks to his Instagram account we are able to catch up with Matthew and his striking good looks. He is proof that you only get hotter with age.
The Pennsylvanian-born actor who played the middle child in the blockbuster is also a middle child in real life.
He has two brothers Joey and Andrew who are also actors.
People on social media are more than excited about the way he looks commenting: “look! He’s still perfect!”, “please date me” and “just heard your interview with Mario Lopez. Lemme bear your children pls”.
Looks like he is still a heart breaker even 25 years later but what about Mara Wilson, who played the adorable Natalie Hillard in the movie and was just 6 years old back than?
The 30-year-old is pursuing a career in writing and is an outspoken advocate for the LGBT community.
And what about Lisa Jakob who who played the oldest child- Lydia?
The 39-years-old has appeared in movies such as Independence Day and A Walk on the Moon.
She is now retired from acting and mainly focuses on her writing and yoga instructing.
She even wrote a book, Not Just Me: Anxiety, Depression, and Learning to Embrace Your Weird, that gained a lot of positive reviews.
Time to watch Mrs. Doubtfire for the 1,983rd time.