15 90’s Celebrities Who Made Huge Victorious Comebacks In Their Careers
She is one of the most recognizable people in the world, thanks to her role as Rachel Green in ‘Friends’. After the show ended, she found some small roles before finding her footing and making a comeback. She is starring in ‘The Morning Show’ on Apple TV+ alongside Reese Witherspoon. She has also recently joined social media and has become a star overnight.
He was a teenage star in the ‘80s and early ‘90s starring in NBC sitcom ‘Silver Spoons’ and ‘The Hogan’. However, he struggled with alcohol and drug addiction problems. He disappeared into oblivion until 2013. He made a comeback with ‘Arrested Development’ which won him a Golden Globe Award. He directed and starred in the show. He also landed a role in Netflix’s ‘Ozarks’ and he is back in the spotlight.
He was the lead of the hit sitcom ‘Two and a Half Men’. His drug addiction problem got him fired from the show in 2011 and his career was over. He was replaced by Ashton Kutcher (who failed to connect with the audience) and the show was canceled in 2015. But Sheen made a comeback in 2018, starring in the Oscar-winning movie ‘Platoon’. He has stated that he won’t relapse because he had already hit rock bottom.
In 1992, she debuted in ‘My Father the Hero’ and then starred in ‘Roswell’. Her most popular role is as Izzie Stevens on ‘Grey’s Anatomy’, for which she even won an Emmy. She chose to leave the show and worked on some low grossing movies with bad reviews, and eventually faded into oblivion. She has landed a role in Netflix’s ‘Firefly Lane’ and has gained relevance again.
Mayim Bialik played the lead in the ‘90s NBC sitcom ‘Blossom’. She left acting to go back to college. In 2007 she graduated from UCLA with a Ph.D. in neuroscience. However, her husband was also pursuing his master’s at the time and the family needed money for medical insurance. That was when she was offered a role in ‘The Big Bang Theory’ and she became a household name soon after.