The Home Improvement Cast: What They’ve Been Doing Since the Show Ended

Home Improvement was an American television sitcom that aired from 1991 to 1999. The show was created by Carmen Finestra, David McFadzean, and Matt Williams and starred Tim Allen as Tim Taylor, the host of the home renovation show “Tool Time.” The show followed Tim and his family as they navigated the ups and downs of home improvement and family life.

Since the show ended, the cast of Home Improvement have continued to work in the entertainment industry, with some achieving great success.

Tim Allen, who played the lead role of Tim Taylor, went on to star in several successful movies including The Santa Clause film series, and voiceover work in the Toy Story franchise. He also returned to television in 2011 with last-man-standing which ran for nine seasons.

Patricia Richardson, who played Tim’s wife Jill, continued to act in movies and TV shows. She had recurring roles on the TV shows Strong Medicine and The West Wing. She also had a supporting role in the drama movie Beautiful Wave.

Richard Karn played Al Borland, Tim’s co-host on Tool Time. Karn has been a game show host for the past few years and hosted shows like Family Feud and Bingo America. He also had recurring roles in different TV shows such as “Pen15” and “The Rookie.”

Debbe Dunning played Heidi Keppert, the “Tool Time Girl.” After Home Improvement, Dunning focused on fitness and health, and also acted in various TV Shows and movies.

Zachery Ty Bryan played Brad, Tim and Jill’s oldest son. After the show, Bryan appeared in several movies and TV shows, but he primarily focused on producing now. He started his production house, Lost Lane Entertainment.

Jonathan Taylor Thomas played the middle son Randy. After Home Improvement, Thomas went on to study at Harvard University for two years before returning to acting. He appeared in several movies and TV shows, but has mostly stayed out of the limelight.

Taran Noah Smith played the youngest son, Mark. After the show ended, Smith stepped away from acting and has mostly stayed out of the public eye.

In conclusion, since Home Improvement ended, the cast members have continued to work in the entertainment industry. Some have pursued other ventures or retired, while others have gone on to achieve great success on television or in movies. Regardless of where they are today, the Home Improvement cast will always have a special place in the hearts of their fans.