Here's What the 'Bring It On' Cast Looks Like 15 Years Later
Can you believe it’s been 15 years since the cast of Bring It On cheered, leaped, and acted like they were on speed? Tuesday marks a decade and a half since the cheerocracy rose to power in 2000. Here’s what the cast has been up to since Nationals:
Kirsten Dunst as Torrance Shipman
Dunst will next star in the second season of FX’s anthology series, Fargo.
Eliza Dushku as Missy Pantone
Dushku voices She-Hulk on Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. on Disney XD.
Jesse Bradford as Cliff Pantone
Bradford was in Crackle’s Sequestered. (And recently dated Azealia Banks.)
Gabrielle Union as Isis
Union stars on BET’s hit, Being Mary Jane, and is married to Dwyane Wade.
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Lindsay Sloane as Big Red
Sloane stars on Matthew Perry’s Old Couple reboot on CBS and USA’s Playing House (YES! BIG RED AND BIRD BONES ARE THE SAME PERSON!)
Clare Kramer as Courtney
Kramer regularly appears on GeekNation’s webseries sketch show Film Pigs.
Nicole Bilderback as Whitney
Bilderback starred in a movie called Mercenaries last year that sounds nuts: A squad of elite female commandos who infiltrate a women's prison to rescue the president’s daughter and it stars Vivica A. Fox and Brigitte Nielsen! What! (P.S. She was also in Clueless!)
Nathan West as Jan
West guest starred in a 2009 episode of Grey’s Anatomy, but hasn’t acted much since then. Fun fact: He’s married to Dr. Lexie Grey (Chyler Leigh) in real life and they make music together.
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Huntley Ritter as Les
Ritter no longer acts, but, according to LinkedIn, he is “President/Branded Entertaiment [sic] of Virgin Produced.”
Bianca Kajlich as Carver
Kajlich plays Chris D'Elia’s sister, Leslie, on the NBC sitcom Undateable.
Ian Roberts as Sparky Polastri
If you have a favorite TV comedy, Roberts has been on it. He has appeared in Parks and Rec, Happy Endings, Arrested Development, Drunk History, Key and Peele, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, and Community, among others. Plus, like every Will Ferrell movie ever made. He’s also one of the founders of UCB, so he’s friends with Amy Poehler.
Now, all together: These are not spirit fingers. THESE...ARE SPIRIT FINGERS.
ET caught up with the cast 15 years ago to learn how hard they trained in order to 'go big or go home' when making the hit teen comedy.
If you're dying to watch the film again, then check it out on HBO Now starting Sept. 1.