Today is a very monumental day in Disney Channel history, especially if you are all about the old school shows that are no longer airing – yet still just as awesome today. It just so happens to be the anniversary of Even Stevens finale, and we are being hit with all the nostalgia right now. After a three-year run, the fan-fave comedy series officially aired its last episode on June 2, 2003. So to commemorate the 14th anniversary of the show's finale, we are celebrating by honoring one of the most beloved characters on the show. That's right – we're talkin' Alan Twitty.
Oh Twitty, where do we start? As the partner-in-crime of Shia LaBeouf's character Louis Stevens, Twitty was basically a legend – to say the very least. He was Louis' right hand man in all of their antics and often times had to get his buddy out of sticky situations. Not to mention, he was also pretty smooth with the ladies – you know, with his tastefully shaggy hair and frequent use of the word "dude" and all. The guitar-playing athlete was pretty hard not to love, tbh.
So where is Twitty now? The actor who played the iconic role is the one and only A.J. Trauth, and he has had a lot of success since his Disney Channel days. In fact, he is still very much in the Disney circle in both his professional and personal life. Not only did the recently star alongside Good Luck Charlie actress Leigh-Allyn Baker in the movie Camp Cool Kids – but he is also married to the star of the Disney Channel Original Movie Pixel Perfect, Leah Pipes.
In addition to lending his voice to Kim Possible, A.J. has also starred in shows like Reba, House and Pepper Dennis over the years.
So there you have it. Years later, and Twitty's cool-factor has only increased with age.