It's been 35 years since the release of "Grease" (on June 16, 1978), but the film has never really gone away. Between frequent stage revivals, a smash soundtrack, an ill-advised sequel, anniversary re-releases, and a "Rocky Horror"-style sing-along version, "Grease" is as ubiquitous as ever.

The tongue-in-cheek look at 1950s teen culture was a career highlight for nearly everyone in it, from showbiz newbies to veterans paying homage to their own 1950s stardom. Yet some went on to even greater successes, while others saw their careers slide after their moments as T-Birds and Pink Ladies. (Alas, some people really do peak in high school).

Here, then, is what became of your favorite Rydell High School students and teachers.

John Travolta & Olivia Newton-John Reunite For Christmas
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1950s good girl (Olivia Newton-John) and greaser (John Travolta) try to be like each other. Read More