Buzz from Home Alone is all grown up and this is what he looks like now

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Photo credit: 20th Century Fox
Photo credit: 20th Century Fox

Believe it or not, Home Alone came out over 30 years ago in 1990, which means unsurprisingly all of the cast have grown up a bit. But what does Buzz look like now?

Macaulay Culkin no longer looks like the cute, anti-burglar plotting kid he once was, and it turns out his on-screen brother, Buzz, who was played by Devin Ratray has also matured somewhat.

This is what he looks like now:

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Photo credit: Getty Images

Devin has reached the ripe age of 44, and you'll be glad to hear he's still in the acting game. Since his starring role as bullying teenage brother Buzz in both Home Alone and Home Alone 2: Lost In New York, he's landed parts in Law & Order: SVU, and R.I.P.D, which also starred Ryan Reynolds.

He's also in the 2021 Disney+ remake of the film, called Home Sweet Home Alon, which follows a married couple who try to steal back a valuable heirloom from a troublesome kid. He reprises the role of Buzz McAllister, now a police officer, and it's available to stream now.

We don't know about you, but every time we think of Buzz we just hear that the classic Kevin line: "Buzz, your girlfriend. WOOF!" So let's hope Devin's had more luck in love than his teenage on-screen counterpart, shall we?

Oh, and while we're having a walk down memory lane, have you ever wondered what the other Home Alone stars have turned out like?

We all know what Macaulay Culkin looks like these days, but how about his real-life younger brother and on-screen cousin with a penchant for pissing the bed, Fuller McCallister?

This is what actor Kieran Culkin looks like nowadays, made even *more* famous thanks to his role as Roman Roy in Succession:

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Photo credit: Getty Images

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