Linda Fiorentino – Then
For a while, it seemed like Linda Fiorentino was in every major ’90s movie, from 1994’s The Last Seduction to Men in Black, where she had a major role opposite Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones, Larger Than Life, and, of course, in Kevin Smith’s 1999 controversial cult classic, Dogma, where she played the leading role of Bethany Sloane alongside Ben Affleck, Matt Damon, Salma Hayek, Alan Rickman, Chris Rock and, of course, Jason Mewes and Kevin Smith himself, better known, perhaps, as Jay and Silent Bob.
Linda Fiorentino – Now
Lina Fiorentino’s last credited appearance was in 2009, in the independent comedy-drama Once More with Feeling.
She has since stopped acting, and not much is known about her personal life today – but our love of her work in the 1990s and early 2000s remains, and we wish her well!
Melanie Brown – Then
Melanie Brown, better known as Mel B – or Scary Spice – is, alongside the rest of her iconic girl power pop group, Spice Girls, probably one of the most important people in the ’90s.
The best-selling female group of all time, the Spice Girls were more than just a popular band: they were a social phenomenon.
In 1998, while the Spice Girls were on hiatus, Melanie B released her first solo album, Hot – whose lead single, “I Want You Back,” peaked at number one in the UK Singles Chart.
Melanie Brown – Now
Since 2009, Mel B has mostly been working in television.
She’s served as a judge on both the Australian and British versions of The X Factor, co-presented the Australian version of Dancing with the Stars, judged on America’s Got Talent and America’s Got Talent: The Champions, and served as a coach and mentor on The Voice Kids Australia.
On November 5, 2018, Mel B announced a Spice Girls reunion tour on her social media profiles, and concerts are set for a six-date UK stadium tour in 2019 – the group’s first in over a decade.