Lori Beth Denberg and Danny Tamberelli — stars of the ’90s kids comedy series “All That” — sat down with Page Six this week and put their Nickelodeon theme show knowledge to the test.
The pair — who are longtime friends — reunited in New York on Tuesday for a stop on their new live tour called “Nostalgia Personified,” where they share old clips and stories fans haven’t heard about their time on Nickelodeon.
“[She] is like the older sister I never had,” Tamberelli, 37, told Page Six of his friendship with Denberg, 43. “Complete with telling me my fashion sense and what I should and shouldn’t be doing, specifically with facial hair I used to have, that I no longer have.”
Denberg jokingly explained, “He had bad facial hair that strongly implied he was on the sexual predator watchlist. You’re fine, but your mustache was not allowed within 100 feet of a school.”
Denberg, who appeared on the original “All That” from 1994 to 1998, recently returned to the series, revived by former “All That” star and current “Saturday Night Live” cast member Kenan Thompson. The new cast also includes young actors Nathan Janak, Kate Godfrey, Lex Lumpkin, Chinguun Sergelen, Reece Caddell, Ryan Alessi and Gabrielle Nevaeh Green.
“The new cast of kids is so great. They are so much fun, so smart, so goofy,” she said, adding, “They have had original cast members back so far. Danny, I’m getting you in, don’t worry.”
Tamberelli was on the original show from 1997 to 2000. Before that, he starred on Nickelodeon’s “The Adventures of Pete & Pete” from 1992 to 1996.
When we asked the duo for some of their “vital information for everyday life,” Denberg said, “If you’re going to rent an apartment, get the renter’s insurance. It’s worth it.”
“Make sure you go to the dentist twice a year,” Tamberelli added.
Very vital information, indeed.
“Nostalgia Personified” with Tamberelli and Denberg heads to Brooklyn on Wednesday night and will have shows around New England through Nov. 23.
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