The Original Cheaper By The Dozen Cast Reunited For An Iconic TikTok

A lot of celebrities have joined forces to create virtual reunions, gatherings, and celebrations, to provide entertainment during this awful time.

In 2003, 20th Century Fox released one of the most infamous movies to date: Cheaper By The Dozen.

The movie revolved around two parents, and their twelve children. Tom Baker (played by Steve Martin) receives a job offer from one of his friends, to coach a football team in a different city.

So, against the will of the entire Baker family, they all pack up and move to Evanston, Illinois. While there, the children begin to face a multitude of adversities: bullying, babysitting, intense sibling fights, and more. 

The film is considered to be a millenial’s classic — as is the 2005 sequel: Cheaper by The Dozen 2. 

Well, yesterday, actress/dancer, Alyson Stoner, posted a video that had fans freaking out. She posted a Cheaper By The Dozen cast reunion on TikTok. 

As before and after photos of each cast member appeared on the screen, “I’m Just A Kid” by Simple Plan played in the background. 

Stoner also included a donation badge, so that people can take a moment to donate to the No Kid Hungry foundation.

The reunion consisted of the following: Alyson Stoner, Bonnie Hunt, Hilary Duff, Piper Perabo, Kevin G. Schmidt, Jacob Smith, Morgan York, Shane Kinsman, Brent Kinsman, Forrest Landis, and Blake Woodruff. 

According to Woodruff, Schmidt and the Kinsman brothers were the masterminds behind this beautiful reunion. 

However, fans were quick to point out that Steve Martin and Lucifer star, Tom Welling, were absent from the video. While there hasn’t been a confirmation as to why, Stoner replied to one relevant comment with the following:

Hopefully, once COVID-19 ends, the entire cast can reunite for an in-person celebration. 

I’m sure that I can speak for all of the Cheaper By The Dozen fans, when I say that a third movie would be legendary. 

Published by Monica Ring

Screenwriter/Journalist with a passion for storytelling

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