Oh how the mighty have fallen.
- Gibby from ICarly
After his glamorous roll on one of Nickolodeons hottest shows, Gibby, aka Noah Munck, is now producing “trap music” under the assumed name of NoxiK. The beloved child star known for taking his shirt off at random occasions has produced one single and three EPs. With names such as "Jazz Club Swag" and "Boss Fight," the beautiful melodies of Noxik are available on iTunes for only $0.99.
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To listen to his sick “trap music” follow the link below.
2. Jackson from Hannah Montana
Jason Earles, now 38 years old, is now doing voice overs for various TV and web shows. With prestigious roles such as "Jennifer McMinamin" on a web show called "The Most Popular Girls in School" and "Hamster Boy" on the Disney show "Fish Hooks," Earles has maintained his minor character status with pride.
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3. Jenna Morrison
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Most known for her roll in "The Girls Room" as Debbie the Egg Girl, former actress Jenna Morrison has kept a low profile.
In 2011, a famous yoga instructor that shared the name Jenna Morrison with the dear Amanda Show actress passed away in a horrific truck accident creating confusing for die hard Amanda Show fans.
However the egg loving Jenna Morrison has recently appeared in a horror movie called Twinsmith: Said and Done and the comedy short David and Dee.
4. Daniel Curtis Lee
Best known as Cookie from Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide, Daniel Curtis Lee has changed a lot since we saw him as the nerdy sidekick with computer glasses.
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After his time on Ned's Declassified, Lee landed a main role in Disney's Zeke and Luther where he played Kojo, a misunderstood skater boy whose catch phrase was "Watch Out!" Today, the now suave Lee has taken on various roles including Phillip Lipoff on "Glee" and Raymond "Ray Ray" Blues on "Good Luck Charlie."
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5. Adam Lamberg
After his long roll as the perpetually friend zoned Gordo in Lizzie McGuire, Lamberg appeared in small independent film productions.
Today, Lamberg is no longer in the acting industry. He has a major geography from the University of California Berkley and is now working as a development associate at the Irish Arts Center in New York City.
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