Coach Gordon Bombay asked his team in The Might Ducks, “Have you guys ever seen a flock of ducks flying in perfect formation? It’s beautiful. Pretty awesome the way they all stick together. Ducks never say die.” The Mighty Ducks has become one of the most beloved family movies ever made.
Watching the Ducks overcome all obstacles in order to achieve greatness never gets old. The Mighty Ducks will remain a classic film for all ages forever in the annals of cinema history. Ducks truly never say die.
Find out what the cast has been up to and what they look like now.
10. Matt Doherty (Lester Averman)
Doherty went on to study theater at Northwestern University where he graduated in 1999. Many people might recognize him as William “Heed” MacKenzie in So I Married An Axe Murderer. He originally auditioned for the role of Fulton, which ultimately went to Elden Henson. Find out what Hans, who equipped the Ducks, is up to in #9.
9. Joss Ackland (Hans)
Joss Ackland has had one of the most extensive acting careers out of the entire cast of The Mighty Ducks. At 89-years-of-age, Ackland resides in the United Kingdom. He has recently read and edited his late wife’s diary and published the work as My Better Half and Me: A Love Affair That Lasted Fifty Years.
8. Brandon Adams (Jesse Hall)
Brandon Adams had a promising career prior to landing his role as Jesse. He was nominated for several awards for his portrayal of Poindexter “Fool” Williams in Wes Craven’s The People Under The Stairs. He is most recognized for the baseball kids classic The Sandlot. Adams’ most recent role was in the critically acclaimed short film Stuck In The Corners in 2014. Remember Coach Bombay’s driver? Read about what he’s been doing in #7.
7. M.C. Gainey (Lewis)
M.C. Gainey portrayed Bombay’s driver and escort who unofficially became the assistant coach for the Ducks. It was a welcome change for the actor who’s “got a face that was meant for a mug shot.” His most recent role as Pappy Joe on Girl Meets World was as light-hearted as he gets.
6. Marguerite Moreau (Connie Moreau)
Moreau’s role as the lone female on the Might Ducks earned her a lot of attention and future film gigs. She’s had an extensive acting career since her debut on the ice and has most recently been seen on the Netflix series Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp and The People v. O.J. Simpson.