ByMichelle Siouty, writer at

It's been more than 20 years since Angels in the Outfield was released back in 1994, and I couldn't believe the overwhelming amount of famous actors that were part of this star studded cast!

We all enjoy a film about the underdog finally being "top dog," and Angels in the Outfield gave us so much hope and belief in ourselves with what is seemingly impossible.

Curious as to what the cast looks like now? Check out these shocking before and after pictures below.

1. Danny Glover (George Knox)

Following Films: Override, Operation Dumbo Drop, Wild America, The Rainmaker, Lethal Weapon 4, The Prince of Egypt, Antz, The Royal Tenebaums, Just a Dream, Saw, Dreamgirls, Shooter, Gospel Hill, Saw V, Death at a Funeral, Dear Alice, Age of Dragons, Extraction, Supremacy, Monster Trucks, Scout, Gridlocked, Toussaint, ER, My Name is Earl, Psych, American Dad!

Fun Fact: Glover suffered from epilepsy when he was younger, but hasn't experienced a seizure since the age of 35. Whatever he is doing seems to be working.

2. Tony Danza (Mel Clark)

Following Films: The Mighty Jungle, North Shore Fish, A Brooklyn State of Mind, 12 Angry Men, Noah, Stealing Christmas, Crash, Coud 9, Firedog, Don Jon, Aftermath, King of the Hill, Family Guy, All My Children, Rita Rocks

Fun Fact: Danza was first discovered by a producer when boxing at a gymnasium in New York. This prompted his first acting role in the television show Taxi.

3. Christopher Lloyd (Al "The Boss" Angel)

Following Films: The Pagemaster, Anastasia, Angels in the Endzone, My Favorite Martian, Alice in Wonderland, Baby Geniuses, Dinner at Fred's, Hey Arnold!: The Movie, Detectives, Call of the Wild, Jack and the Beanstalk, Piranha 3D, Family Practice, Sid the Science Kid: The Movie, Jungle Master, A Million Ways to Die in the West, Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, I Am Not a Serial Killer, Malcolm in the Middle, Ed. Tremors, The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy, King of the Hill, Fringe, Robot Chicken, Psych, The Simpsons

Fun Fact: Lloyd lends his voice for many animation projects, as he has a distinctive voice that is incredibly suited for villainous characters.

4. Joseph Gordon-Levitt (Roger Bomman)

Following Films: The Juror, 10 Things I Hate About You, Manic, Treasure Planet, Brick, The Lookout, Stop-Loss, The Brothers Bloom, (500) Days of Summer, G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra, Elektra Luxx, Inception, 50/50, The Dark Knight Rises, Premium Rush, Looper, Lincoln, Don Jon, The Wind Rises, Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, The Interview, The Walk, The Night Before, Snowden, 3rd Rock from the Sun, That 70's Show, Numb3ers

Fun Fact: JGL first got his start at the age of four by acting in commercials for Sunny Jim peanut butter, Cocoa Puffs, Pop-Tarts, and Kinney Shoes.

5. Adrien Brody (Danny Hemmerling)

Following Films: Natural Born Killers, Ten Benny, Bullet, Six Ways to Sunday, The Undertaker's Wedding, Oxygen, Summer of Sam, The Pianist, The Village, The Jacket, King Kong, Hollywoodland, The Darjeeling Limited, Splice, Fantastic Mr. Fox, The Experiment, Midnight in Paris, InAPPropriate Comedy, The Grand Budapest Hotel

Fun Fact: When Brody was chosen for the lead in The Pianist, he withdrew from friends and family for months, gave up his apartment and his car, broke up with his girlfriend, learned how to play Chopin on the piano, and lost 29 lbs. That's dedication right there.

6. Matthew McConaughey (Ben Williams)

Following Films: Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation, Glory Daze, Lone Star, The Wedding Planner, Reign of Fire, How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, Two for the Money, Failure to Launch, Fool's Gold, Tropic Thunder, Ghosts of Girlfriends Past, The Lincoln Lawyer, Mud, Magic Mike, The Paperboy, Dallas Buyers Club, The Wold of Wall Street, Interstellar, King of the Hill, Sex and the City, Eastbound & Down, True Detective

Fun Fact: McConaughey is actually a relative of a Confederate brigadier general named Dandridge McRae, who helped secure Arkansas for the Confederacy.

Sometimes we all need the help of some angels to give us the confidence to believe in ourselves. Whether it's with sports, work, or relationships, it's good to know we have some positive influences looking over and protecting us.


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