From a janitor to a Broadway star: where the stars of Sabrina the Teenage Witch are now.

Caroline Rhea: Hilda Spellman

Wasn’t Aunt Hilda a LOL? The actress who played her, comedian Caroline Rae, had her own talk show after the series wrapped, and hosted The Biggest Loser for a time.

A year after hanging up her witch’s hat, she appeared in Christmas With the Kranks, and then The Perfect Man in 2005. In 2009 she played a part in Love N’ Dancing and lent her voice to more than 100 episodes of kids’ series Phineas and Ferb.

We were blessed when Netflix’s brought some magic back into our lives with The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina in 2020, and even more so when Caroline reprised her role of Hilda in two episodes.

Between parts, the 59-year-old and comedian Costaki Economopoulos, welcomed a daughter, Ava, 14.

Beth Broderick: Zelda Spellman

“When I first read the script, I knew I would be in it, and I knew it would be a hit,” Beth Broderick told Digital Spy. “I just knew. And the minute we started shooting it, we knew: ‘This is special. There’s nothing like this on TV.'”

The actress talked the “global impact” the series had from a feminist standpoint. “I’m so grateful that the message of girl power has travelled around the world, been translated into dozens of languages, and found its way into so many homes,” she added.

Since 2003, the 67-year-old’s become a bit of a familiar face on the TV crime drama scene.

From Cold Case to Criminal Minds, Castle and Walker – she slays the genre as a guest star. She also loves a dystopian mystery, having appeared in both Lost and Under The Dome.