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‘Dad Forever’ cast reunites 10 years after Robin Williams’ death, what happened to them?

A decade ago, the world lost one of its most beloved comedians and actors: Robin Williams. His legacy lives on in iconic films such as ‘Dad Forever’, ‘Jumanji’ and ‘Aladdin’ (in its English version).

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Enco from “Dad forever” reunites and shares tender photo

The comedy “Dad Forever” (“Mrs. Doubtfire” in the United States) made us laugh and get excited watching the story of Daniel Hillard, who, after separating from his wife, poses as an elderly nanny to spend more time with his children. The film also starred Sally Field, Pierce Brosnan and three talented youngsters: Mara Wilson, Lisa Jakub and Matthew Lawrence.

Ten years after the tragic death of Robin Williams, part of this cast reunited and shared a tender image on social networks.

Mara Wilson, who also starred in “Matilda,” posted photos with Lisa Jakub and Matthew Lawrence on her Instagram account. These three actors played Daniel’s (Williams) children in the film.

“I’m so happy that in just one weekend I went to San Francisco and was reunited with my ‘Dad Forever’ brothers,” she said.

The reason for their meeting was to join their co-stars on the ‘Brotherly Love’ podcast, where they shared anecdotes from filming, which premiered this Friday, May 3.

What happened to the ‘Dad Forever’ kids?

After appearing in “Dad Forever,” Mara Wilson starred in “Matilda,” one of the 90s classics alongside Danny DeVito.

Mara briefly retired from acting and has participated in some projects lending her voice, such as “BoJack Horseman” (2016) and “Big Hero 6: The Series” (2018-2019), devoting herself to her career as a writer. .

Lisa Jakub, who played Lydia Hillard, worked as an actress until 2000, devoting herself to writing and lecturing. Additionally, she teaches yoga and meditation classes for her website Blue Mala, which focuses on improving mental health.

While Matthew Lawrence, who played Chris Hillard, continues to work as an actor and in 2022 enrolled at the University of Southern California.

Source: univision

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