If you're an adoptive parent with weak nerves and a treasure trove of valuable, very fragile antiquities, the less you see of red-haired menace Junior, the better. If, however, you're a movie buff, you've got be wondering what the O.G. Problem Child star has been up to. Today marks the 25th anniversary of the 1990 family film starring the late John Ritter as a wannabe dad charged with a troublemaking orphan who terrorizes his home, his wife, and pretty much everything around him. Michael Oliver played Junior in the film and its 1991 sequel, but hasn't acted professionally since 1995. So, what's he been doing for the last 20 years? Now, at 33-years-old, the former child star appears to be working in tech and uses the name Mike PC Ponce. Ponce is his family's surname, and you can probably guess what "PC" stands for. Clearly, the onetime actor still has a fondness for his famous role.
He also still has that mischievous grin...
But has thankfully outgrown his aggression towards animals.
There you have it. Happy anniversary, man. Behave, won't you?