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Home Alone 6 stars grown-up Buzz actor: Where are the other Home Alone kids now? | Films | Entertainment

It’s been thirty years since plucky Kevin McAllister fought of pesky robbers and stole an absolute fortune at the global box office. On the inaugural Disney Plus day, the House of Mouse has dropped the sixth film in the franchise, Home Sweet Home Alone – admittedly with far less favourable reviews. This time it has a British protagonist, but the set-up seems very familiar as Max Mercer (Archie Yates) is accidentally left behind in his enormous house. However, one familiar face is the return of the grown-up Buzz, played by the same actor, as a local law enforcement agent. But where are all the other young stars now? Did you know one became an Olympic athlete?


Devin is still best-known as Kevin’s bully-boy older brother Buzz. Only 13 when he starred in Home Alone, he has continued to work every year since in TV and film.

As well as roles in movies like Nebraska, R.I.P.D and Hustlers with Jennifer Lopez, he has appeared in shows like The Good Wife, Supernatural, Blue Bloods, Chicago Med and a leading role in superhero comedy-drama The Tick.

Devin also sings and plays electric guitar in the band Little Bill and the Beckleys.

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Most people probably know that Macaulay’s real-life baby brother also starred in the film, playing his cousin. Kieran has gone on to his own successful Hollywood career. 

Ten years after he starred in Home Alone 2, his role in Igby Goes Down received critical acclaim and a Golden Globe nomination. He also starred in 2010’s hugely popular cult comedy film Scott Pilgrim vs. the World. More nominations for Golden Globe and Emmy Awards followed for his latest role as Roman Roy in HBO’s Succession.

Kieran has acted on stage on Broadway and in London’s West End and married Jazz Charton in 2013. They have a daughter together, Kinsey, born on September 13, 2019.


When Home Alone hit cinemas, Michael was already starring in the Nickleodeon show The Adventures of Pete & Pete, which began as minute-long sketches in between other shows before becoming a series in 1991. 

He had minor roles in films like Slackers and 40 Days and 40 Nights but left acting in 2004. He now works as an electrician on filma and television sets. 

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