Today marks the 10th anniversary of Mean Girls, and it's high time that we checked in on where the stars (both big and small) of the cult comedy are now. Sure, we all kinda know what Lindsay Lohan  and Tina Fey  are up to, but what about the minor-but-memorable-characters, like Kevin G, Damian, and even the famous Glen Coco? We've tracked down your favorite characters to see what the actors are doing now.
Sadly, Tina Fey has revealed that there won't be a Mean Girls sequel  (we're ignoring the not-so-great TV movie, Mean Girls 2) but she did say that the cast is planning something to mark their big anniversary. Keep reading to see however everyone is doing before they reunite.
Rajiv Surendra: Then
Rajiv Surendra was only 15 when Mean Girls first came out, but he made a lasting impression in portraying Kevin Gnapoor, the skinny math enthusiast/bad ass MC. Memorable line: "Don't let the haters stop you from doin' your thang."
Rajiv Surendra: Now
Now, Rajiv has relocated to NYC where he works as a craftsman — making candles and pottery. He is also a talented calligrapher  and works under the name of "Letters in Ink." Oh, he's also buff, now !
Amy Poehler: Then
Amy Poehler  was moderately well known before Mean Girls for her work on Saturday Night Live and The Upright Citizens Brigade. She's also Tina's best friend, which may have had a hand in helping her land the role of Regina's mother, even though she is actually only seven years older than Rachel McAdams .
Amy Poehler: Now
Amy's star has continued to rise ever since Mean Girls. Shortly after the film came out, she was made a coanchor on SNL's "Weekend Update" alongside Tina, and her presence on the show continued to increase. She left in 2010 to star in NBC's Parks and Recreation, which has been on for over five years. She and Tina have also won acclaim for hosting the 2013 and 2014 Golden Globes. The two will team up for the award show again in 2015.
Amanda Seyfried: Then
Amanda Seyfried  was a relative unknown when she landed the role of ditzy Karen in Mean Girls. However, Mark Waters, the director, recently revealed that Amanda almost won the role of Regina, which eventually went to Rachel McAdams .
Amanda Seyfried: Now
Amanda has had arguably the biggest career change since the film, starring in 2008's Mama Mia, 2010's Dear John, and, of course, 2012's Les Misérables. She also had a regular role in HBO's Big Love, portraying Sarah Henrickson. She is currently dating actor Justin Long .
Jonathan Bennett: Then
Jonathan Bennett made us all swoon as hunky Aaron Samuels, Regina's on-again, off-again boyfriend and a guy who really looked sexy with his hair pushed back.
Jonathan Bennett: Now
Jonathan has yet to re-create his success in Mean Girls, but he has continued to maintain a respectable career in various films and TV shows, including Lifetime's The Wrong Woman. He made headlines for his relationships with Lance Bass and Kyle XY star Matt Dallas and also shot back into our hearts last year when it was discovered that he moonlights as a spin instructor for Flywheel in LA .
Lacey Chabert: Then
Lacey was already an established star (thanks to Party of Five) when she took on the role of sassy Gretchen Weiners in Mean Girls. Remember, her hair is full of secrets.
Lacey Chabert: Now
Lacey continued to work after Mean Girls came out, mostly sticking to voice work and TV. She was the voice of Gwen Stacy in The Spectacular Spider-Man cartoon and recently starred as Dr. Amy Shaw in ABC Family's Baby Daddy. She started this year off with a bang as she married Dave Nehdar  in January.
Lindsay Lohan: Then
Lindsay Lohan  was just breaking out of her child star shell when she played new girl Cady in Mean Girls. Before the film, she was best known for The Parent Trap and Freaky Friday. Interestingly enough, Lindsay was originally set to play Regina but the studio decided that, after the success of Freaky Friday, Lindsay needed to take on the lead.
Lindsay Lohan: Now
Let's just say that a lot has happened over the past 10 years for Lindsay. She became a household name after the film and followed it up with 2005's wildly successful Herbie Fully Loaded. However, her personal life soon outshined her career success. Between 2007 and 2013, the actress was in and out of both rehab and jail for various offenses, and in Summer 2013, she completed a 90-day stint in rehab. She has been slowly trying to build back her career, taking on roles in TV movies and low-budget films like The Canyons and also recently had a mini-Mean Girls reunion  with Damian.
Rachel McAdams: Then
Rachel McAdams  was still pretty unknown when she was cast as Queen Bee Regina in Mean Girls. Initially, Rachel read for the part of Cady but was told she was too old. However, once Lindsay was switched to Cady's role, the producers brought Rachel back in because they felt that, being older, she could actually intimidate Lindsay.
Rachel McAdams: Now
With Mean Girls and The Notebook, 2004 was a really good year for Rachel. She continued that success with a slew of film roles, including 2009's Sherlock Holmes, 2011's Midnight in Paris, and 2012's The Vow. She also became half of one of the Internet's favorite couples when she got into a romance with her Notebook costar, Ryan Gosling . However, the two split for good in 2008. After that, Rachel has had relationships with Josh Lucas  and her Midnight in Paris costar Michael Sheen. She recently wrapped up filming on a still-untitled Cameron Crowe project with Bradley Cooper  in Hawaii.
David Reale: Then
Who is David Reale, you may ask? He's Glen Coco! Sure, he may not have had any lines, but he turned what was essentially a featured extra role into a memorable part of the film.
David Reale: Now
David has been steadily working since Mean Girls came out, mostly sticking to voice work for TV shows like Beyblade. Most recently, he starred as "Canadian Dave" in MTV's short-lived adaptation of the hit UK series, Skins and has had bit roles in Nikita and Suits. He's also apparently a big fan of Judi Dench.
Tina Fey: Then
Tina was already fairly well known when she wrote and starred in Mean Girls, thanks to her long tenure on Saturday Night Live as the show's head writer and "Weekend Update" cohost. Despite her good credentials, Mean Girls was Tina's first feature film.
Tina Fey: Now
After Mean Girls, Tina left SNL to go start her own NBC show, 30 Rock, which ran until 2013. She briefly returned to SNL in 2008 when it was discovered that she bore a strong resemblance to Sarah Palin. Tina has won a total of eight Emmy Awards, two Golden Globes, and five SAG Awards, and she has won critical acclaim for chohosting the 2013 and 2014 Golden Globes alongside Amy Poehler .
Daniel Franzese: Then
Daniel was 26 when he landed the breakout role of Damian in Mean Girls. Before the film, he had been a struggling actor, mostly getting bit roles in small films.
Daniel Franzese: Now
After Mean Girls, Daniel went on to land small roles in War of the Worlds, CSI, and Party Down. He has also made a name for himself in the New York theater world, most recently starring in his one-man show, I've Never Really Made the Kinda Money to Become a Mess. The actor also recently came out in an open letter  to his character.
Tim Meadows: Then
Tim Meadows was already a familiar face in 2004 when he hit the big screen as Principal Duvall. He had completed a successful nine-year run on Saturday Night Live in 2000, which he followed up with his very own SNL movie, The Ladies Man. The Ladies Man bombed at the box office, and Tim was not considered a big name when he signed on for his friend Tina's film.
Tim Meadows: Now
Tim has maintained a good career since Mean Girls, often popping up in TV shows (like Curb Your Enthusiasim, The Colbert Report, and 30 Rock) and comedy films (like Semi-Pro and Grown Ups). Despite his still-impressive credentials, he was also one of the few original cast members to return for the unsuccessful sequel, Mean Girls 2.
Lizzy Caplan: Then
Lizzy Caplan was a relative unknown when she took on the role of sarcastic outcast Janice Ian for Mean Girls. She had previously landed small roles in Freaks and Geeks and Smallville.
Lizzy Caplan: Now
Lizzy has enjoyed a very successful career since Mean Girls, which is interesting because, due to her goth look in the film, not many people recognize her from the film. She has since starred in True Blood as Kat Wabler, gained a cult following for her portrayal of Casey Klein in Party Down, and currently costars alongside Michael Sheen in Masters of Sex. She dated Matthew Perry  from 2006 to 2012 and is also the godmother to Busy Philipps's daughter, Birdie.
Jill Morrison: Then
Yes, it's "The Crying Girl"! Mean Girls was Jill's first film role, but she made it a memorable one thanks to her very tearful delivery of one of her only lines: "I just have a lot of feelings."
Jill Morrison: Now
Since Mean Girls, Jill has landed small roles in various TV shows, including Supernatural and Psych. She also had roles in 2010's Tooth Fairy and 2006's Deck the Halls.
Daniel De Santo: Then
Before appearing as Jason, the apple of Gretchen Weiners's eye, in Mean Girls, Daniel was best known for playing Tucker in Are You Afraid to the Dark? and voicing Carlos Ramon on The Magic Schoolbus.
Daniel De Santo: Now
Since Mean Girls, Daniel has taken on mostly bit roles and voice work, including the anime, Beyblade, just like Glen Coco (aka, David Reale). Daniel also had roles in 2009's The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day. Just remember, Daniel's got that sweet, sweet Nickelodeon money to keep him afloat, so don't get too upset that he hasn't been in much in recent years.
Stefanie Drummond: Then
Who could forget Bethany Byrd, the girl with "the wide-set vagina" from Mean Girls? Like Jill, Mean Girls was Stefanie's first film role but, boy, did she make it count.
Stefanie Drummond: Now
While Stefanie hasn't really been able to break out since Mean Girls, she did recently write, direct, and star in her first short, Training Day, about two women who work in a museum gift shop.