Fans had to say goodbye to Charlie in 2014. Many cast members on the show experienced their first real-time acting gig on Disney's Good Luck Charlie. Mia Talerico started on the show at 11 months old and remained there until she was about four. However, Charlie Duncan wasn't the only baby in the family. Teddy, Gabe, PJ, and parents, Bob and Amy welcomed a new family member in the show's third season. Baby boy Toby Duncan was born making a total of seven Duncans! Amy Duncan's pregnancy announcement happened during the movie, Good Luck Charlie, It's Christmas.
It's nice to take a look back on old movies and TV shows that were so popular. In the 2010s, Good Luck Charlie was right up there with Wizards Of Waverly Place starring Selena Gomez, Jessie starring Debby Ryan, and Shake It Up! starring Zendaya alongside Bella Thorne. The story followed Teddy Duncan as she videotaped her life as a teenager in preparation for her younger sister Charlie. Every episode would end with her signature line of the show, "good luck Charlie." So, where are Teddy and the rest of the Duncan family today?
Jason Dolley is known as one of Disney Channel's most admired stars. After appearing in multiple Disney shows and films, that title was inevitable. From 2007 to 2008, Dolley was on Cory in the House and then eventually moved to the role of the oldest brother in Good Luck Charlie in 2009.
Raven is best known for playing Tangie on the Nickelodeon original TV series, Just Jordan. She also dipped into Disney Channel with her portrayal of Teddy Duncan's best friend, Ivy Wentz, on Good Luck Charlie. More notably, Goodwin played one of the ladies in Quinn's Club on Fox's hit series Glee.
From 2010 to 2014, Mia starred as Charlie Duncan on this Disney Channel original series. In 2018, Talerico began starring as Paige Rogge on the show Mani. Her acting career basically began at birth and she hasn't stopped since!
Baker began her acting career back in 1994 and has had a successful run ever since. Her most prominent role is the mother of Charlie in Disney's Good Luck Charlie. Throughout her career, Baker has appeared in Charmed as well as Will & Grace. In the Nickelodeon series, Back at the Barnyard, Leigh-Allyn Baker was the voice of Abby. Recently, Baker has dabbled in some social media drama after taking a bold stance against schools' mask mandate.
"My children are those rare children that will just not be able to get the vaccine. And still, I would never put them in a mask because their brain needs oxygen to grow, which the neurologists can confirm." She added, "Anyway, the real part of the clown show is that you all think that you actually have the authority to mandate this. Because there are these books that I have and I have them as a gift for you: the Constitution, the Declaration of Independence, the Bill of Rights, the Federalist Papers, and also the Bible. These guarantee my freedom and yours and our children's to breathe oxygen."