Ah, the '90s. The decade has given us so much, including some of our most beloved stars. These Latinx celebrities in particular had their big break back when Nintendo 64s and all-neon-everything was trending. Here's what they look like now, years later:
He stole hearts on "Saved by the Bell" in the '90s and continues to do so today.
Freddie Prinze Jr.
That's the definition of a heartthrob. What even was a '90s movie if Freddie wasn't in it?
This Colombiana has been churning out music since the age of 13, but really hasn't aged a day.
Diaz in "There's Something About Mary" was GOALS.
"Full House," "10 Things I Hate About You," "7th Heaven" – there are just too many '90s moments to count with Keegan, but each one made us swoon just as much as the last.
The Puerto Rican actress has come a long way since her start on Nickelodeon's "Cousin Skeeter."
She's transformed from young TV actress to big-time businesswoman.
After stealing hearts in boy band Menudo, Ricky went on to pursue his own music career.
Little Selena was just starting out in the '90s. Her first onstage moment was a small-town pageant show, and after that she'd star on "Barney and Friends."
Before she was a chart-topping artist, Demi Lovato was a star in the making. In fact, she would go on to join "Barney and Friends" with Selena Gomez!
Christina had the same spark on "The Mickey Mouse Club" that she has today.
You probably remember her better as Ashley Banks on "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air."
Before she made her big break in the 2001 film "Spy Kids," PenaVega guest starred in a few '90s shows including "The Bernie Mac Show" and "ER."
Vitar, aka "Benny The Jet" Rodriguez from "The Sandlot," was every girl's first baseball crush.