Here’s what Sweet Valley High twins look like 25 years on from US TV show

If you were a fan of 90s chick flick TV shows then chances are you know all about Sweet Valley High.

The series aired on both Fox and UPN over in the States, and was later shown here in the UK on BBC One.

On our screens from 1994 to 1997, gorgeous twin sisters Jessica and Elizabeth wakefield entertained us with their adventures at high school in California.

Based on the hugely successful book series of the same name, Sweet Valley High ran for four seasons and starred identical twin sisters Brittany and Cynthia Daniel as the main characters.

The show was their big break, launching their acting careers after one played a sweet and timid twin, and the other played the role of the rebel.

It's been nearly 25 years since the show was axed, but what are the Daniel sisters up to now?

Here's all you need to know about what the stars of Sweet Valley High are doing in 2021…

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What are the twins from Sweet Valley High doing now?

Seeing as it's been over two decades since the show, a lot has happened over the past few years.

Brittany and Cynthia Daniel are now 45 years old, and their lives are far from their lives as 20-something chick flick actors.

For a short while after the show ended, both of the twins had a moment out of the spotlight, but they've made their way back into it.

Despite entering the industry together and always working side-by-side, Brittany – who played the mischievous twin – decided to go it alone, and heavily pursued an acting career whilst Cynthia sat it out.

Two years after Sweet Valley High ended, Brittany landed an incredible role in hit series Dawson's Creek, playing Eve Whitman in season three.

From this point, Brittany's acting jobs came in thick and fast, and she played 'popular girl' Megan Vandergald in the 2004 chick flick White Chicks.

She worked her way up to a series regular as Kelly Pitts on The Game during her two-series run, and also bagged a role in It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia.

The star still acts now, and was recently announced as a key character in the upcoming 2022 reboot of Cheaper by the Dozen alongside her twin sister.

In 2017, Brittany married her husband Adam Touni, and they've gone on to become parents together.

Whilst sister Cynthia took a step back from acting following Sweet Valley High, she stayed within the industry but worked as a photographer.

Apart from one short appearance on That 80s Show back in 2002, she hasn't acted at all since, but is looking forward to her return in 2022 for the Cheaper by the Dozen reboot.

She is a professional photographer and runs her own studio called Five Arrows Photography.

Cynthia has settled into married life and has three children with her actor husband Cole Kenneth Hauser.

She and 2 Fast 2 Furious actor Cole are parents to Ryland, Colt and Steely Rose.

The twins have stayed best friends throughout their lives, and despite pursuing different dreams after Sweet Valley High, they have worked together constantly on their own brand and online presence.

Brittany and Cynthia have thrown a lot of energy into their travelling and lifestyle blogs, and have since amassed an impressive 86.4K followers on their joint Instagram account @brittanyandcynthiadaniel.

They previously ran a travel account called @thetwintravelersexperience, where they showcased the incredible trips they took together.

Back in 2017, they also launched their brand Sweet Collection XO, which started out as a blog but has turned into a bit of a digital empire.

The stunning siblings still looks as beautiful as ever and regularly give their fans updates on their exciting lives, and fans of Sweet Valley High still remind them how much they loved the show.

Luckily for them, it looks like the show could potentially be returning, as a relatively recent new book in the Sweet Valley High series follows the twins' journeys as adults.

In 2015, Brittany told Entertainment Weekly "we're definitely interested in doing a reboot", explaining that she and Cynthia were having "a conversation with Francine Pascal [the book series' author] in the next couple of weeks."

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