Jessie Cast: Where Are They Now?



Jessie Cast: Where Are They Now?

VOICE OVER: Phoebe de Jeu WRITTEN BY: Andrew Tejada
We've been thinking about the "Jessie" cast. Where are they now? Let's find out! Our countdown includes Josie Totah, Karan Brar, Peyton List, and more!

Jessie Cast: Where Are They Now?

Welcome to MsMojo, and today we’re looking at the “Jessie” cast: where are they now?

For this list, we’ll be catching up with the main and supporting actors and actresses that appeared on the popular Disney Channel show and seeing what they’ve been up to since 2015.

Who was your favorite “Jessie” character? Let us know in the comments below.

#10: Pierson Fodé
Brooks Wentworth

Throughout the series, Jessie had two memorable love interests. The suitor she ends up with is the doorman Tony, played by Chris Galya. After the series ended, Galya appeared in projects like “Dead Trigger”. While he was great, we had to highlight the man she nearly married, Brooks Wentworth. He was the surprisingly sweet son of the obnoxious Mrs. Chesterfield. After Jessie left him at the altar, actor Pierson Fodé appeared in projects like “Supergirl” and “Naomi and Ely's No Kiss List”. He's also enjoyed continued success playing Thomas Forrester on “The Bold and the Beautiful”. And just to prove he has no hard feelings about Tony ending up with Jesse, Fodé and Galya appeared in a video together to reminisce about “Jessie”.

#9: Josie Totah
Stuart Wooten

Since we're already talking about love interests, we have to bring up Stuart Wooten. The nerdy and bespectacled kid was absolutely obsessed with Zuri Ross. While we don’t know if Stuart ever got another chance to impress Zuri, we know what Totah’s been up to since the series ended. After appearing in projects like “Spider-Man: Homecoming,” she publicly came out as a transgender woman in a moving essay in 2018. Josie Totah has also lent her voice to Natalie on “Big Mouth” and serves as a producer and lead actress on 2020’s “Saved by the Bell” series. Her career and courage to embrace who she is are both worthy of praise.

#8: Christina Moore
Christina Ross

Although Christina Ross appears in less than 10 episodes in the series, she had a huge impact on the overall storyline. The extremely busy businesswoman and supermodel hired Jessie to watch her kids when the show begins and eventually decides to stay home so that the nanny can pursue a Hollywood career in the finale. Mrs. Ross was played by actress Christina Moore. Over the years, she's made appearances in movies like “Searching for Fortune” and “Lady Driver”. Moore has also found success in television with roles on “Mom”, “The Unicorn” and “Claws’. With an upcoming role on the “Casa Grande” series on the horizon as of 2021, it seems like Christina Moore is just as busy as Christina Ross was.

#7: Carolyn Hennesy
Rhoda Chesterfield

It didn't take long for Rhoda Chesterfield to establish herself as a villain. In her first appearance, she tried to get rid of the lovable family pet, Mrs. Kipling (then known as Mr. Kipling). Although she softens a tiny bit over the course of the series, she never completely loses her bitter edge. After playing the villainous Mrs. Chesterfield, actress Carolyn Hennesy joined the light side and voiced General Leia in properties like “Star Wars Resistance”. She's also made appearances in “Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life”, “St. Agatha” and “Future Man”. She also continued to portray attorney Diane Miller on the legendary soap opera, “General Hospital.” This three-dimensional role gives Hennesy plenty of room to showcase her considerable talent.

#6: Kevin Chamberlin
Bertram Winkle

If you need an attentive and active shouldn’t hire Bertram. He spends most of his workday complaining, being sarcastic, and avoiding his job. While Kevin Chamberlin was great at playing a lazy butler, he’s a hard worker when it comes to his acting career. He’s appeared in everything from “Grace and Frankie” to “A Series of Unfortunate Events.”. You could also catch him in Netflix’s adaptation of “The Prom”. Outside of Hollywood, Chamberlin has enjoyed a successful stage career with roles like the wonderful wizard of Oz in “Wicked”. But you may have also caught him playing Gusteau in “Ratatouille the Musical.” Hopefully they’ll call him to reprise the role if this TikTok musical is ever adapted into a movie.

#5: Karan Brar
Ravi Ross

The most brainy member of the Ross family is Ravi. While he excels at book smarts, his social skills and coordination could use a little work. Karan Brar played Ravi throughout Jessie’s four seasons before reprising the role again for “Bunk’d”. Outside of his Ravi role, he lent his voice to “Cleopatra in Space” and “Mira, Royal Detective”. Brar has also secured roles in “Invisible Sister” and “Pacific Rim: Uprising.” In 2020, he was seen scaring up laughs in Adam Sandler’s “Hubie Halloween”. The fact that Brar got to share the screen with a comedy legend makes us think he has a bright future ahead of him.

#4: Skai Jackson
Zuri Ross

Don’t let the youngest Ross child’s innocent face fool you. She’s capable of laying down some seriously savage comments. Skai Jackson made sure that Zuri’s sassy and sweet sides came through on screen. While she continued to play the character on “Bunk’d”, she joined the voice cast of “DreamWorks Dragons: Rescue Riders” and also voiced Gloria Grant in a few Marvel projects. Jackson also made it to the semifinals of “Dancing With the Stars”. In between all her projects, the actress found time to write a book. “Reach for the Skai: How to Inspire, Empower, and Clapback” discusses the ups and downs of fame and highlights her passions. Seeing as she’s found success in so many fields, the sky’s the limit for Jackson.

#3: Peyton List
Emma Ross

At times, Peyton List played Emma Ross as a bit spacey and maybe a little self-absorbed. But her good heart and better nature usually shone through in the end. After joining two of her tv siblings on “Bunk’d”, List appeared in “Light as a Feather” and “Hubie Halloween.” She also lent her voice to Barbara Gordon in “Batman: Hush”. While List was great in all those roles, “Cobra Kai” fans will have trouble seeing her as anyone but the tough Tory Nichols. Tory is a trash-talking fighter who shows no mercy to anyone who crosses her. It’s hard to believe that the same actress who played the relatively gentle Emma Ross is now one of the most terrifying characters on “Cobra Kai.”

#2: Debby Ryan
Jessie Prescott

Debby Ryan played the titular nanny, Jessie Prescott. While the lead character made a lot of mistakes throughout her tenure, she grew into a capable caretaker who was beloved by her kids. After her series ended, Ryan landed lead roles in series like “Sing It!” and “Insatiable.” She also appeared in “Life of the Party” and “Horse Girl.” In between Ryan’s roles, she met and eventually married 21 Pilots member, Josh Dun. They appeared together in the music video for “Level Of Concern”. Seeing as Jessie Prescott was an aspiring actress, she’d probably be very proud of what Debby Ryan has accomplished so far.

#1: Cameron Boyce
Luke Ross

There was no one in the Ross family quite like Luke. When he wasn’t crushing on women like his nanny Jessie, he made us laugh with his silly antics. While Luke definitely wasn’t bringing home high report cards, his charisma was always off the charts. Cameron Boyce bought his charming personality and serious dance skills to every role he played. He led series like “Gamer's Guide to Pretty Much Everything” and played memorable characters like Carlos in the “Descendants” franchise. He also raised money for important causes like the Thirst Project. Tragically, Boyce passed away in 2019 at age 20 owing to complications from epilepsy. After his passing, The Cameron Boyce Foundation was created in his honor. He’ll always be remembered as a star whose light shone brightly.
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