Richard Karn, better known as Al Borland from the hit sitcom Home Improvement, has been keeping busy since the show ended in 1999. He currently plays Fred Peters, a Steely Dan cover musician and Maya's father, in the Hulu comedy Pen15. Tim Allen, who played the lead role of Tim Taylor on Home Improvement, has been best known for his work on the Disney classic Jungle 2 Jungle. He has also voiced Buzz Lightyear for the Toy Story franchise over the years and is currently starring in another ABC comedy, Last Man Standing. Patricia Richardson, who played Tim's wife Jill Taylor on Home Improvement, joined the Lifetime medical drama Strong Medicine after the show ended and stayed for 59 episodes. She has also appeared in successful television shows including The West Wing and several television movies, including A Very Vintage Christmas.
Earl Hindman, who played Wilson on Home Improvement, was an eccentric but often helpful and kind next-door neighbor. After Home Improvement, he continued to appear in film and television, including a nine-episode series on The West Wing. Pamela Anderson played Lisa on Home Improvement during the first two seasons of the show. After Home Improvement, her acting roles became more occasional, including a recurring spot in the Fox drama Wicked Wicked Games in the mid-to-late 2000s. Zachery Ty Bryan played Tim's oldest son Brad Taylor on Home Improvement.
After Home Improvement, he had several small spots on television shows such as Veronica Mars and Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Home Improvement was created by Carmen Finestra, David McFadzean and Matt Williams and followed a host of a TV show about home renovation who discovers that dealing with common home repairs is often easier than managing family problems (despite experiencing a mishap or two with both).It's been over 20 years since Home Improvement ended but it's clear that all of its stars have kept busy with various projects since then. From voicing Buzz Lightyear to playing Fred Peters in Pen15, it's clear that these actors have made their mark in Hollywood.