'Sharknado 2' Star Mark McGrath From Sugar Ray In The '90s To Now — Photos
From Megashark vs. Giant Octopus to Frankenfish, those Syfy original movies are pretty intoxicating. They lean into the silly B-movie disaster genre with increasingly ridiculous concepts, cheesy-though-often-kind-of-impressive FX, and casting choices designed to delight your nostalgia button. The team at Syfy is back with sequel Sharknado 2: The Second One , starring Mark McGrath of Sugar Ray fame.
The singer has been through quite the wild ride: from famous internationally touring frontman to hosting stints on Extra and Don't Forget the Lyrics and now to the Syfy original movie. Lending his voice to hits such as "Every Morning" and "Fly," McGrath, along with the rest of Sugar Ray, was an inescapable force in their day. While the band didn't have too much lasting power, they did fuel the sound of late '90s summer for a couple of years.
Fans can breathe easy though. Despite all of the changes (specifically the "not being the lead of a top-charting band anymore" part) McGrath is still how we knew him in the '90s, albeit with less frosted tips (though aren't you glad about that part?) Here, we walk through the best of McGrath, then and now, and showcase how the more things change, the more they stay the same.