What The Cast Of Victorious Looks Like Today

Want to feel old? The stars of the hit show Victorious are all grown up, and they're putting their Hollywood Arts experience to use. Read on to find out what our favorite fame-bound teens are up to today.

Victoria Justice

The lead of Victorious, actress Victoria Justice has had quite a few projects lined up since her last day on the Nickelodeon lot. She's starred in 2015's Naomi and Ely's No Kiss List and lent her voice to the animated film A.C.O.R.N.S.: Operation Crackdown. While neither of these movies struck it big at the box office, Justice received wider recognition for her return to TV as hacker Lindy Sampson on MTV's Eye Candy. Unfortunately, this show didn't make it past its first season, leaving her once again without a home on a network.

Luckily for Justice, she soon landed a role on TV's live musical The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let's Do the Time Warp Again as none other than the sexually awakened Janet Weiss. "I'm in, like, my bra and slip for more than half of the movie," Justice shared with People. "I think it's safe to say that my Nickelodeon days are over."

But an image overhaul isn't all Justice walked away with from the Rocky Horror set. After breaking up with her Naomi and Ely's No Kiss List costar Pierson Fodé toward the end of 2015, Justice entered a relationship with another costar, Reeve Carney, in December 2016. According to Hollywood Life, Carney, who played Dr. Frank-N-Furter's creepy butler Riff Raff in Rocky Horror, the two actors fell for each other on-set and have since made a public appearance together at the 2017 Golden Globe Awards.

Leon Thomas III

Leon Thomas III, who played Andre Harris, has kept it relatively low-key since Victorious ended, but in no way does that mean he's been unsuccessful. Thomas has booked a steady stream of acting gigs since the end of the hit Nickelodeon show. He starred in 2014's Sins of Our Youth as well as Runaway Island in 2015. Thomas also portrayed Mateo in USA's Satisfaction and made an appearance in the pilot episode of Fear the Walking Dead.

But while he's secured quite a few roles, there's no doubt Thomas has found his calling as a one half of the writing and production duo The Rascals. According to MTV, the pair worked on five songs on fellow Victorious star Ariana Grande's debut album Yours Truly. Since then, The Rascals won a Grammy in 2015 for Best R&B Album for their work on Toni Braxton and Babyface's Love, Marriage & Divorce.

Matt Bennett

Like the rest of his Victorious costars, Matt Bennett has continued his acting career. He starred in Me and Earl and the Dying Girl, The Stanford Prison Experiment, and Manson Family Vacation. You may have also spotted him in Grande's music video for "One Last Time," as her boyfriend, and in The Big Bang Theory as Howard Wolowitz's half-brother, Josh.

However, it's clear that Bennett's passion project has been his music. He released his debut album, titled Terminal Cases, in June 2016. He told Fearless Radio his parents' divorce and the works of the late Robin Williams inspired Bennett's music. About his first record, Bennett stated, "[There] was something in these songs that lingered with me. I needed to get them out of my head, and completing this album has been very therapeutic for me."

Elizabeth Gillies

While many of her former Victorious cast mates have focused on their music careers since the show's end, Elizabeth Gillies, who played Tori's tough friend Jade, has kept acting a priority. She starred in the Lifetime TV movie Killing Daddy and grabbed a small role 2015's Vacation with Christina Applegate and Ed Helms. Her biggest role since her Nickelodeon days, however, has been as Gigi on Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll, in which she starred alongside Dennis Leary and John Corbett for two seasons.

But that doesn't mean a future music career is off the table. According to The Lowdown with Diana Madison (via Just Jared Jr.), Gillies has hopes to produce an album in the future. "I've actually promised, very seriously an album on Twitter and to my fans for years now and I haven't," she shared. "Whatever I put out has to be great."

Avan Jogia

Soon after his three-year stint on Victorious, Avan Jogia jumped over to ABC Family, now known as Freeform, for one season of the gone-too-soon series Twisted. After its cancellation, he starred in movies like Finding Hope Now and I Am Michael, where he played James Franco's love interest. He also played the titular character in the miniseries Tut, alongside seasoned actor Ben Kingsley.

Since his days on Victorious, he's dated Vampire Academy actress Zoey Deutch. While the pair lasted five years, it was announced in January 2017 they had called it quits, ending things "amicably."

Daniella Monet

Daniella Monet, who played Trina Vega, has remained true to her Nickelodeon roots since Victorious ended. She's portrayed Tootie in A Fairly Odd Summer with Drake Bell, and acted in two episodes of Scott Baio's show See Dad Run. But that's not all. She's also the host of the competition series Paradise Run. "I can't wait for everyone to see the show. It reminds me of the Nickelodeon game shows from the 90s like Legends of the Hidden Temple," Monet shared with Just Jared Jr. before the show aired. "It's definitely a show I would have loved to compete on as a kid."

Besides her gig as a game show host, Monet's also played a recurring character on Baby Daddy. Additionally, you can catch her on YouTube, where she shares vlogs of her everyday life.

Ariana Grande

Nobody's had quite as much success as Ariana Grande since leaving Victorious. While she continued playing her character, Cat Valentine, on one season of Sam & Cat, she soon traded in her red hair dye for an extra high ponytail and embarked on a music career that would make her a household name. She released her debut album, Yours Truly, in 2013. Grande then followed up its success with My Everything, which featured the hit songs "Problem," "Break Free," and "Love Me Harder." She released her third album, Dangerous Woman, in 2016.

But with all that fame comes some negative press. Grande was involved in a minor scandal deemed "#DonutGate" by the press and fans in 2015, where she was caught on camera licking donuts at a bakery that she didn't pay for and stating, "I hate Americans. I hate America." She apologized for her words and actions soon after and shared, "I think one of the biggest things I learned from that was what it feels like to disappoint so many people who love and believe in you."

Grande's also had a few noteworthy relationships since her Victorious days. She dated rapper Big Sean for eight months but is now in a relationship with Mac Miller, which she confirmed on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. But don't start lumping her together with her romances. She's first and foremost an independent woman. "I'll never be able to swallow the fact that people feel the need to attach a successful woman to a man when they say her name," she revealed in her cover interview to Billboard.