Who are the Home Improvement kids now? Learn what happened to Brad, Randy, and Mark

Home Improvement kids

Almost impossible to believe it’s been 17 years since Home Improvement Kids ended.

In 1991, Tim Allen’s US sitcom dominated award shows and ratings, launching the comedian’s acting career.

In addition to receiving a Golden Globe nomination in 1995 and winning a handful of People’s Choice Awards, it received Emmy nominations and won twelve awards at the People’s Choice Awards.

The kids – played by Zachery Ty Bryan, Jonathan Taylor Thomas and Taran Noah Smith – have all grown up in the meantime

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Zachery and his wife Carly welcomed their third child this past weekend as their family continues to grow.

The boys have been busy since the show ended.

Zachery Ty Bryan – Brad Taylor

Zachery played Brad, the eldest son in Home Improvement Kids, and was a bit of a troublemaker throughout the series

Star of the TV movie Thor: Hammer of the Gods in 2009, the actor has a pair of twin daughters with wife Carly, two-year-old Gemma Rae and Taylor Simone.

But Zachery, the creator of Flash Mafia, has continued to work as a producer and will team up with his former co-star Jonathan Taylor Thomas for an R-rated show.


Jonathan Taylor Thomas – Randy Taylor

With his film and small screen careers, Jonathan, who is also 34, certainly has made a name for himself.

He also cemented his legacy as the voice of young Simba in The Lion King in 1994 in addition to playing middle child Randy on the show.

Last year, Jonathan appeared on Last Man Standing alongside his on-screen parents Tim Allen and Patricia Richardson for a mini reunion.


Taran Noah Smith – Mark Taylor

Even little Mark is now all grown up, and Taran Noah Smith, 32, played him back in the day – but he didn’t think acting was for him at that young age.

The artist revealed earlier this year that he had been working as an installation artist at festivals and museums, and two years ago he did disaster relief work in the Philippines for Communitere.

In an interview with HNGN, he said: “I really enjoy working with my hands, using tools, and seeing something physical at the end of the day that I built. That’s what makes me happy.”

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