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According to her My Space, “I was a actress when i was little, and did this movie called Little Rascals.
It’s like really embarrassing to watch, and i don’t want to act any more.” But!
An anonymous commenter on IMDb says, “Kevin is actually one of my really good friends. He hasn’t been in anything lately but he told me he did want to get back into in a couple of years.” On that same message board: “I just saw him on the KDFW Fox 4 Good Day morning news program as a summer intern with Tim Ryan and Megan Henderson. Buckwheat, played by Ross Bagley The casting auditions had to have begin and ended with how well the would-be ‘Wheats were able to say, “OOOOOOOOtay,” right?
He mentioned that he was going to school at Bethune-Cookman University in Daytona Beach, FL and wants to eventually have his own talk show.” Froggy, played by Jordan Warkol and E. Daily The demands of playing Froggy were too much for only one person, so the amphibiously-named character was split in two: Jordan Warkol provided the body, so to speak, and E. Well, they picked a good one, because Bagley made for a wonderful Buckwheat.
Spanky's best friend Alfalfa (Bug Hall) has been chosen to be the driver for the club's prize-winning go-kart, "The Blur", in the upcoming Soap Box Derby go-kart race. The boys go to find Alfalfa and they discover him in the company of his sweetheart Darla (Brittany Ashton Holmes), with whom he is forbidden to be in love because she is a girl and that is against club rules.
You might also remember Brittany from Baby Guess ads in the '90s.
Spanky, played by Travis Tedford As president of the He-Man Women Hater’s Club, Spanky was the most popular, as well as the best, Rascal in the film (or is my seven-year-old, girl-hating self projecting? The character was also the first role for Travis Tedford (his Twitter bio reads that he’s “that one kid from that one movie…”), who wouldn’t appear in another movie or TV show until four years later (unless you count those adorable Welch’s Grape Juice ads), when he was cast in, providing “additional voices.” He now lives in Texas.
Darla, played by Brittany Ashton Holmes Like Tedford, playing Darla was Brittany Ashton Holmes’ first Hollywood role, one that would lead to two TV show guest appearances (, where she played “Girl on Boat”) — and, well, that’s about it.
A sequel, The Little Rascals Save the Day, was released as a direct-to-video feature in 2014.
Spanky (Travis Tedford) is the president of the "He-Man Woman Haters Club" with many school-aged boys from around the neighborhood as members.
The Little Rascals is a 1994 American family comedy film produced by Amblin Entertainment, and released by Universal Pictures on August 5, 1994.