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Then: For nine seasons, Miriam Mc Donald played the role of Emma Nelson, whose friendship with Manny Santos and relationship with Sean Cameron were main focal points of ‘Degrassi’ throughout the early seasons.As the determined activist Emma, Mc Donald’s character dealt with a wealth of issues, including anorexia, bulimia and even an STD.They lasted a little over a year before Emily left the show and Dave's now-wife, Odette Yustman, was cast as his new love interest.Dsting was there that she met and began dating gay dating thrissur costar Michael Weatherly. Need information benefits pursuit of equal rights based on the determination of the distribution of the outcome.But it is not compulsory that actors who play the couple in reel life must be in real life too.But not this time, and that of Olivia Scriven and Eric Osborne, both actors of Degrassi.
Back then, crimping was all the rage, so we can't really blame bb Emma for her love of crimped pigtails, but those early photos probably make Miriam Mc Donald cringe. Mc Donald, now 28, is still acting in Toronto, and judging from her Insta account, she's really into #fitspo selfies and brunching with her BFFs, which still includes her onscreen bestie Cassie Steele. Long before "thong-gate" and her trajectory to Degrassi's resident wild child, Manny Santos was the epitome of BFF.
How often have we seen on and off screen dating together?
It is kind of cool if actors date on and off screen.
Oh, and getting your period in the middle of class is super embarrassing, but all you need is a BFF to have your back (literally) and you'll be fine.
And who could forget the age-old proverb, "No bracelet is worth gonorrhea." But perhaps the biggest lesson "Degrassi" taught us about life is that no matter how awkward you look in middle school, you will grow up to be super effing hot. Take it from these guys: Sure, Jimmy, Spinner and Sean looked pretty ~cool~ in this mid-'00s snapchat, but their hotness is seriously on another level in 2015.
"Degrassi: The Next Generation" may be over, but that's not stopping us from taking a minute to reflect on all of the important life lessons the Canadian teen show taught us.