The Wonder Years, look at the cast after 27 years | Instagram Josh Saviano

The American series « The wonderful years » ended approximately 27 years, look at how part of the cast looks.

If you are part of the generation that grew up in the 1990s, you will surely remember one of the series that marked thousands of adolescents and youth, « The wonderful years ».

This series told the story of the Arnold family, told from the point of view of the youngest son Kevin, in the series his adult self narrated the story while he spent part of his adolescence.

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Thousands of people fell in love with the plot of the series as they were addressed social topics and common in which any family or teenager could easily be reflected.

It had a total of 115 episodes starring Fred Savage, this actor gave life to Kevin during the five years that the series lasted, he was 12 years old when the series began and at the time was one of the youngest actors to be nominated for Golden Globe Awards and also to Emmy Awards.

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Ending the series, he had appearances in some films and throughout his career he has collaborated with great characters in film and television, appeared in one of the Austin Powers films, and has doubled characters in BoJoack Horseman.

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If you were a fan of the series, probably remember the eternal love of Kevin the beautiful Winnie cooper interpreted by Danica McKellar, her relationship with the young protagonist is considered one of the most beautiful in the history of the series of U.SHe was always present in the problems Kevin witnessed.

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Despite having studied a career that he developed over the years (he studied mathematics at UCLA), he never gave up acting and although he no longer appeared onscreen, only in special participations, he has lent his voice on different occasions for video games or animation series.

Paul Pfeiffer Kevin’s best friend, Josh Saviano It was he who gave life to the character, despite the fact that his character was the typical nerd, he always accompanied his friend on his adventures, despite the fact that in terms of his artistic career he deteriorated a little, he continued to appear on screen in small papers.

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