Thirty years ago viewers said goodbye to the stars of Whos the Boss a beloved sitcom that brought laughs life lessons and a little romance all courtesy Tony Danza Judith Light and their tightknit castmates. Celebrate the shows eight seasons with a look at where the cast is now.
As Tony Micelli Danza charmed as a former MLB star and Brooklynite who takes a house manager job in Connecticut and moves in with his daughter Samantha. He earned four Golden Globe Award nominations over the series eightseason run. Already a household name from his stint on Taxi Danza now 71 moved on to Hudson Street a shortlived eponymous talk show and in more recent years Family Law and The Good Cop. The former boxer is twicedivorced and has three grown children.
Light a former One Life to Live star who played successful ad exec and single mom Angela Bower on Whos the Boss softened to Tonys charms through the series run eventually falling for him as she navigated parenthood and her changing career. The actress now 73 has been pretty much everywhere since Whos the Boss from Dallas and Doubt to Law & Order Transparent American Crime Story and beyond. Shes been married to actor Robert Desiderio since 1985.
Whos the Boss was one of young Milanos first roles she played Tonys daughter Samantha growing up under his watchful eye and eventually attending college and getting married. The job launched the actress into a long career full of TV movies and feature films throughout the 1990s plus a stint on Melrose Place. Since shes most notably starred on Charmed and Mistresses and has been a major voice in the #Me Too movement. Milano 49 is married to agent David Bugliari together they have two children.
Pintauro had acted on a few episodes of As the World Turns before joining Whos the Boss as Angelas young son Jonathan. The actor now 46 mostly retreated from the spotlight after the series recently appearing on the 2020 reality series The Quarantine Bunch.
As Angelas slightly risqué mother Mona Helmond scored the laughs and gave the show some romantic storylines outside of Tony and Angelas willtheyorwontthey tension. She also earned two Emmy nominations for her work. A Tony nominee Helmond made the biggest jump from stage to screen with the late 70s series Soap and after Whos the Boss appeared on Coach Everybody Loves Raymond and even in the Cars movies. She died in 2019 at the age of 89 from complications from Alzheimers disease.