What the cast of Laguna Beach & The Hills looks like today

It's hard to believe it's been more than a decade since we were introduced to the cast of MTV's Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County (2004-06), and its spin-off, The Hills (2006-10). But the tides roll on, and the teen stars of this groundbreaking reality series are now in their thirties. Let's check in on these West Coast characters to see what they're up to today.

Stephen Colletti

Stephen Colletti's life was relatively normal immediately following Laguna Beach. He studied at San Francisco State University, then decided to pursue a career in acting. Before landing any roles, MTV hired him as a VJ. One thing led to another, and Colletti eventually snagged his first significant acting gig on One Tree Hill (2003-12), becoming a recurring character on the TV series. According to IMDb, he's appeared in some TV movies and shorts, but hasn't exactly hit the big time in Tinseltown.

At the time of this writing, Colletti's latest notable endeavor was a 2015 musical flick called Summer Forever. According to MTV News, "the musical tells the story of three lifelong best friends…who vow to make their last weekend of summer—before beginning 'adult life' as well as college—the most epic of their lives with a special 'YOLO' pact." That sounds a lot like Laguna Beach, and the irony isn't lost on Colletti. He told MTV News, "I realized I'm getting old on set. That was a fun, funny and funeral moment. I looked around at most of the cast and thought, 'Oh [damn]—they're all five to 10 years younger than me." Colletti has continued to find work within the music industry, appearing in VHI's Hit the Floor in 2016.

Whitney Port

Whitney Port was coined the nice girl of the dramatic beach squad, which earned her a spin-off called The City (2008-10). That show followed her to New York City where she went to work for fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg. The series only lasted a couple of seasons, but it helped launch Port's success within the fashion world. In 2008, she started her Whitney Eve clothing collection, telling Glamour that her affordable duds are for the lady "who wants to have fun with fashion who isn't afraid to stand out a bit, but also just really wants to be comfortable." Port has played herself in various TV shows and in the 2012 film What to Expect When You're Expecting. In 2011, she published a book called True Whit: Designing a Life of Style, Beauty, and Fun.

At the time of this writing, this busy gal is leading an activewear line for Target, managing a blog, and enjoying married life with hubby Tim Rosenman, who was an associate producer on The City.

In July 2017, Port and Rosenman welcomed a son named Sonny Sanford Rosenman.

Lo Bosworth

The lovable Lo Bosworth also went to college following her stint on Laguna Beach, spending her years at UCLA as a Kappa Kappa Gamma. After graduation, she launched several business ventures, including a website called TheLoDown that features recipes, skin care, and style chatter, and an advice book about love and dating which was also called The Lo-Down. Circa 2013, Bosworth helped kick-start Revelry House, which was like a Birchbox for party planning. Alas, not enough customers RSVP'd and the venture sputtered after a couple years. At the time of this writing, it looks like Bosworth is spending a lot of time on

At the time of this writing, it looks like Bosworth is focusing on her YouTube career. She publishes cooking videos, which is a legit undertaking because she went to culinary school. She's also the face behind Love Wellness, a feminine hygiene brand that strives to help women with "tricky feminine health issues."

Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt

Heidi Montag has probably changed, physically and emotionally, more than any other Laguna Beach alum. After undergoing nearly a dozen cosmetic surgeries, she told E! News, "I think that I just became so consumed by this character that I was playing that I became that girl and lost track of this small-town Colorado girl." She started and stopped degrees at both the Academy of Art University in San Francisco and the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising in Los Angeles.

She and her co-star hubby, Spencer Pratt, have spent a lot more time on reality shows. They've appeared on I'm a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! and Celebrity Big Brother (even the British version), but the pair known as "Speidi" doesn't have a great track record on the competition shows. According to the Mirror, they were evicted from the U.K. series due to "arguments and drama."

The couple has also invested a lot of time talking about financial struggles. "Every time we'd go out to eat, we'd order $4,000 bottles of wine," Pratt told In Touch Weekly in 2013. "Heidi was going to the mall and dropping $20,000 to $30,000 a day. We thought we were Jay Z and Beyoncé." Pratt spoke the truth, considering Montag reportedly put "almost $2 million" into a music album called Superficial, which was a super flop. "I put every dollar I have into this," she told Entertainment Weekly in 2010. "It's cost as much or more than a Britney Spears album, because I wanted it to be that quality and to be able to get those people."

Fortunately, these Laguna Beach lovers seem to be doing much better of late. Pratt graduated from the University of Southern California with a political science degree, and Montag is pregnant with the couple's first child, a boy.

Audrina Patridge

Audrina Patridge has grown up a lot since her foray in reality TV. She wed professional BMX rider Corey Bohan in November 2016, and though Patridge looked absolutely beautiful, the couple's 4-month-old daughter, Kirra Max, may have upstaged the bride.

Patridge has dabbled in acting, landing a supporting role in the straight-to-DVD flick Into the Blue 2: The Reef (2009) and little parts in Sorority Row (2009) and Honey 2 (2011). Her most significant gig was a recurring role in the Dream Maker (2011) web series.

At the time of this writing, the brunette beauty is shifting gears and focusing on her swimwear line, Prey Swim. "Growing up in Southern California, I was always at the beach and doing water activities," she told People. "As I got older I was wearing so many different swimsuits and I was always thinking of ways to improve them…So I did…I took everybody's input and swimsuit complaints and I incorporated all that into what we designed."

Brody Jenner

Brody Jenner has remained a fixture on reality TV since his MTV days. As the son of Caitlyn Jenner, he's appeared on several episodes of Keeping Up With the Kardashians (though he's reportedly tried to distance himself from that branch of the family). He even tried his hand at being an executive producer on the reality show Bromance, which was about guys competing to be part of Jenner's bro squad. It lasted one season. Jenner has found more success in modeling and love, reportedly putting his rugged good looks to use for Guess and OP. At the time of this writing, he's engaged to life-and-style blogger Kaitlynn Carter.

Kristin Cavallari

Kristin Cavallari is now a wife, mom, and successful entrepreneur. After Laguna Beach and The Hills, she dabbled in acting and was a (not very good) contestant on Dancing with the Stars, but she did find success with her shoe line for Chinese Laundry, which is kicking off its fifth year in 2017. "All my collections are similar in that I want them to be effortless; I want my shoes to make your outfit," she told Footwear News. "When I'm running around with my kids, I tend to go for the shoes that are more comfortable. That's why I've been designing more flats." Cavallari also wrote a memoir called Balancing in Heels: My Journey to Health, Happiness, and Making it all Work.

Although she's continued to garner success following her time on reality TV, Cavallari's most important role has been playing the part of a mom to three kids with her hubby, NFL quarterback Jay Cutler. In 2017, she also made waves for fighting off fat shamers who were poking fun at Cutler's size on social media.

Lauren Conrad

Lauren Conrad has remained in the public eye since her MTV debut, crafting a diverse and successful career in fashion and style. She interned at Teen Vogue, graduated from the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising in Los Angeles with a degree in product development, then put that diploma to work creating the LC Lauren Conrad collection for Kohl's. The line includes chic clothing and handbags as well as bedding and bath decor. She designs for adults but uses Disney characters as her muses. According to Us Weekly, Conrad has released collections inspired by Bambi, Minnie Mouse, Cinderella, and Snow White. She also leads a more mature line called Paper Crown that includes a variety of women's clothes as well as bridesmaids dresses, and she teamed up with BlueAvocado to create environmentally-friendly bags.

Aside from fashion, Conrad is also a New York Times bestselling author who's penned novels as well as assorted style guides. Oh, and she's got her own lifestyle website too, promoting everything from "homemade boozy gummy bears" to "how to design your own engagement ring."

Conrad found her happily ever after with musician William Tell, with whom she welcomed a son, Liam James, in July 2017. She broke the pregnancy news on Instagram in January 2017, so we won't be surprised if a kids fashion line takes center stage too.

Stephanie Pratt

Stephanie Pratt became a fixture on The Hills, especially in the show's later seasons, during which she often struggled in her relationship with her older brother, Spencer. Since the show went off the air, it appears that not much has changed. In August 2017, she posted a bunch of cryptic messages on social media that seemed to be directly targeted at Spencer. "Some of the most poisonous people come disguised as family," one post read. Amid the drama, Spencer seemingly responded to Stephanie's messages in true Spencer fashion.

Meanwhile, Stephanie went to become quite the fixture on British reality television after landing a role on Made in Chelsea, which is basically just The Hills with even richer kids, more stylized shots and arguably the greatest reality TV character of all time. During her run, she dated numerous guys, including Made in Chelsea co-star Josh Shepard, who dumped her on the show in 2015.

Most recently, she's been linked to British rugby player Ollie Lindsay-Hague.