Desperate Housewives' little Scavo twins are all grown up and unrecognisable 18 years later

Desperate Housewives' little Scavo twins are all grown up and unrecognisable 18 years later

February 18, 2022

DESPERATE Housewives' little Scavo twins are all grown up and unrecognisable 18 years since debut on hit US drama.

Tom and Lynette's naughty twins Preston and Porter were played by Brett and Shane Kinsmanore for four years.

Always getting up to mischief, the rambunctious siblings were just seven-years-old when they first joined in 2004.

Of course the pair look very different now, considering it was nearly two decades since they starred on the ABC show.

The twins went onto star alongside Steve Martin as Kyle and Nigel Baker in the 2003 film Cheaper by the Dozen and its 2005 sequel Cheaper by the Dozen 2.

Brett went attended California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo and Shane studied at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.

The pair's last acting credit was in a 2008 episode of the hospital drama ER, playing Curly and Larry Weddington.

The famous twins have continued to entertaining fans by sharing TikTok videos during the lockdown, which has been a huge hit.

In 2008, the youngsters were replaced by another set of twins, Charlie and Max Carver took over the role in season five.

The twins are not the only characters that has changed since their time on the programme.

Desperate Housewives hunk Mike Delfino actor James Denton looks totally different nine years after the hit show ended.

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In a rare TV interview, the 58-year-old admitted he felt "uncomfortable" going shirtless for scenes as Teri Hatcher's sexy next-door love interest.

In fact he gave up booze and junk food after getting the part of the buff neighbourhood plumber in 2004.

Appearing on The Morning Show in March 2021, James said: "No, I was never okay with it. I spent most of my career playing bad guys until Housewives.

"I had never been hunky.

"I was happy to be there, don't get me wrong, but it was uncomfortable. It follows me forever, that shirtless shot in the front yard.

"I got the scene and spat out the pizza and threw the beer down, went straight to the gym and I still didn't get into very good shape."

His character was killed off when he was gunned down in a drive-by shooting on Wisteria Lane in the final season.

Looking back on Mike's exit, James said: "Terry [Hatcher] is so brilliant in this scene.

"I got a good exit… I thought they did it well and it's heartbreaking, mainly thanks to Teri."

After his eight-year stint on Desperate Housewives ended, James went on to play Dr Sam Radford in Good Witch.

James has two children with his personal trainer wife Erin O'Brien.

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