The kid actors from 'School of Rock' had a reunion and everyone is grown af

3 January 2019, 13:49

Nicky Idika

By Nicky Idika

Caitlin McHale, who played Marta in 'School of Rock', got together with her other SOR co-stars. James Hosey (Marco) and Angelo Massagli (Frankie) were in attendance as were some of their other 'School of Rock' alum pals.

It's been a decade and a half since we met the young actors who starred in School of Rock. The film, about a group of students who perform in a battle of the bands competition, turned 15 years old in 2018. As it turns out, the talented bunch still get together from time to time and the photographic proof will hit you right in the childhood.

Caitlin Hale, who played Marta in School of Rock, shared a photo of her and her co-stars getting together recently."Seven School of Rockstars walk into a bar," she wrote as a caption.

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Seven School of Rockstars walk into a bar...

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James Hosey (Marco), Brian Falduto (Billy), Rebecca Brown (Katie), Zach Infante (Gordon), Aleisha Allen (Alicia), Caitlin Hale (Marta), and Angelo Massagli (Frankie) appear in the photo together and it's giving us major throwback vibes to re-watching School of Rock at least 10 times a week.

Miranda Cosgrove does not appear in the photo but we're guessing it can be rather difficult to get so many people in the same place at once!

Caitlin and her co-stars have been known to share adorable throwback photos from their School of Rock child star days.

And their mini-meet ups as well.

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ur tacky n we h8 u #queericons

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Brian Falduto and Rebecca Brown played Billy and Katie in the film and Rebecca is still working on music today!

They've even caught up with their old teacher Jack Black.

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The money shot.

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caught up with an old friend tonight

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School of Rock has been hugely successful and was, at the time, the highest grossing musical comedy ever.

We can't get over the fact that 15+ years later the group still keeps in touch. OUR HEARTS!