Lori Beth Denberg from 'All That': Where She Is Now?

The actress shares personal photos and gives ABC News an update on her life now.

— -- Would you want your favorite childhood star to officiate your wedding?

It could happen!

Lori Beth Denberg, who starred in the comedy show “All That” from 1994-'98, is now an ordained minister.

“It’s my favorite thing to do. I got ordained as a minister to marry my oldest friend in the world to his now wife,” Denberg told ABC News. “I wrote a whole specialized ceremony for them and people just loved it. They said, ‘This is so great. You should do this. You should offer this service.' So, I took their advice!”

These days, the actress, who appeared in a 2012 episode of "Workaholics," is mainly focused on officiating wedding ceremonies and customizing services for couples. She’s also developing a web series, “Peaked,” in which she’ll appear as herself. But all these years later, “All That” remains a major part of her life.

“What I hear from people is, ‘Oh my God! You’re Lori Beth! You were such a big part of my childhood,’” she said. “It’s really nice.”