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Game Shakers Cast Now: Find Out Cree Cicchino And Madisyn Shipman’s Current Careers

The cast of ‘Game Shakers’ has continued their careers far since the show’s end, with each member finding their own pathways. From continued success in acting to branching out into music and other creative ventures, the young talents from the Nickelodeon show are exploring new roles and opportunities in the entertainment industry.

‘Game Shakers’ was an American comedy series that aired on Nickelodeon from 2015 to 2019, and the show introduced us to some young actors. Now, four years after the series finale, let’s explore the current careers of its stars, Cree Cicchino, Madisyn Shipman, Benjamin Flores, Jr., and Kel Mitchell.

Cree Cicchino

Post ‘Game Shakers,’ Cicchino continued her acting career. She played Marisol Fuentes in Netflix’s ‘Mr. Iglesias’ and took on the role of Mim in the 2020 Netflix film ‘The Sleepover.’ In 2021, she joined the cast of HBO Max’s ‘And Just Like That…’ as Luisa Torres.

Recently, she has appeared in various projects, including the film ‘Stay Awake,’ lent her voice to ‘Robot Chicken,’ and played a recurring role in the third season of ‘Big Sky’ as Emily Arlen. Besides, she also starred in ‘FBF’ as Annie. Fans can look forward to seeing her in the upcoming film ‘Turtles All the Way Down.

Madisyn Shipman

Madisyn Shipman is now not only an actress but also a singer-songwriter and model.

After her role as Kenzie Bell in ‘Game Shakers,’ Shipman continued to explore her acting talent. She voiced characters in ‘Whisker Haven’ and ‘The Peanuts Movie,’ and acted in films like ‘Ordinary World’ and ‘Henry Danger.’ Her recent acting credits include a lead role in the web series ‘Red Ruby’ and an appearance in ‘Call Me Cat.’

In 2021, Shipman embarked on a music career, releasing seven singles to date. This year alone, she introduced ‘Bitch Boy,’ ‘I Like Your Dad,’ ‘DGAF,’ and ‘Jill.’ Additionally, the actress joined the Playboy Creator platform in 2023, a move that has allowed her to self-fund her music career and gain financial independence.

Benjamin Flores, Jr.

Benjamin ‘Lil’ P-Nut’ Flores, Jr., another ‘Game Shakers’ alum, has also continued pursuing an acting career. He voiced Gerald Johanssen in ‘Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie,’ appeared in ‘Transformers: The Last Knight,’ and starred in ‘The Fear Street Trilogy’ and ‘Rim of the World’ on Netflix. Between 2020 and 2021, he played Eugene Jones in ‘Your Honor.’ Most recently, he appeared in the NBC series ‘Quantum Leap’ and the film ‘Family Switch‘ in 2023.

Kel Mitchell

Known for his role as ‘Double G’ on ‘Game Shakers,’ Kel Mitchell has a more extensive career in entertainment. Post ‘Game Shakers,’ he appeared in ‘Loiter Squad’ and ‘Love That Girl!,’ hosted ‘Tails of Valor,’ and was a finalist on ‘Dancing with the Stars.’ He also directed the film ‘She Is Not My Sister’ and starred in ‘All I Didn’t Want For Christmas.’

In 2022, he released a book, ‘Blessed Mode: 90 Days to Level Up Your Faith.‘ Mitchell continues to collaborate with Kenan Thompson, including an appearance on ‘Saturday Night Live.‘ He will be seen next in the film ‘Good Burger 2.

As for recent news about the actor, he is currently recovering at home due to an undisclosed health scare, which led him to be hospitalized.



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