- Danielle Brisebois was a child star
- She starred in the final season of the series All in the Family
- Learn more about what she is up to now
After her days as a child star, Danielle Brisebois enjoyed a highly successful career — but it wasn't in television or film.
The star played "Stephanie Mills" in the final season of All in the Family and stayed for the popular spin-off Archie Bunker's Place in the 1980s. But she actually retired from acting by the end of that decade...
All in the Family: "Stephanie" actress Danielle Brisebois today
After moving on from acting, Brisebois launched a music career, which has taken her big places over the years. She was in the '90s rock band New Radicals, who had the hit single "You Get What You Give" in 1998.
Brisebois has also had major successes as a songwriter for other artists, most notably Natasha Bedingfield. She was credited as a co-writer of her hit 2000s songs "Unwritten" and "Pocketful of Rainbows."
Brisebois has also written for artists including Donna Summer, Paula Abdul, and Kylie Minogue.
Danielle Brisebois: The Archie Bunker's Place star now
Brisebois earned another impressive accolade in 2015, when she and New Radicals bandmate Gregg Alexander were up for Best Original Song at the Academy Awards. Their "Lost Stars" was nominated for the film Begin Again.
Brisebois is now 52 years old and, in 2021, her New Radicals reunited to perform "You Get What You Give" for President Joe Biden's inauguration parade.
Brisebois is also one of few surviving stars from All in the Family. See what became of the full All in the Family cast here.