Although it seems like they happened only yesterday, the 1990s have become an era characterized by utter nostalgia. It was a phenomenal time for television, marked by a wide variety of legendary sitcoms, dramas, and sketch shows that have forever ingrained themselves in our collective consciousness. While many of the actors from these series have gone on to achieve even greater notoriety in recent years, other 1990s TV performers have kept incredibly low profiles during the intervening years. That raises a major question: What happened to them?

With that in mind, we have compiled a list of 12 notable 1990s TV actors in order to shed some light onto their current whereabouts. Check out the article and let us know if any of your favorite performers from that legendary decade made the cut. Now let's get the ball rolling with one of the most iconic sitcom neighbors of all time...

Michael Richards, Seinfeld

Out of the four central members of the Seinfeld ensemble, Michael Richards arguably went on to experience the least prolific career following the finale of the iconic NBC series. Aside from a brief stint as the headliner of the short-lived series, The Michael Richards Show, Richards kept a relatively low career profile until he found himself swept up in controversy at a comedy club in 2006. During this incident, he was recorded screaming racial expletives at a member of the audience. He more or less retired from public life after that, only returning to the spotlight occasionally to reunite with his former Seinfeld co-stars on shows like Curb Your Enthusiasm and Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee. No matter what he does in the future, we'll always remember him as the fast talking neighbor of Jerry Seinfeld.

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