'Fast Times at Ridgemont High': Where are they now?

‘Fast Times at Ridgemont High’: Where are they now?

Amy Heckerling’s 1982 coming-of-age comedy, written by Cameron Crowe, turns 35 this weekend. The film was reportedly the result of Crowe going “undercover” to study the high school experience. What came of that “study” was a rollicking, fun-loving movie that took on an iconic status over the years. The film holds a Certified Fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes and in 2007 was nominated for AFI’s “100 Years…100 Movies.” The colorful ensemble delivers laughs throughout “Fast Times” 90-minute running time. So, do you wonder what those actors have been up to? Here, we check in on them.

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