The movie, which stars Hoffman as a difficult actor who can't get a job until he pretends to be a woman, earned 10 Oscar nominations, winning Best Supporting Actress for Jessica Lange.
It was the second highest-grossing film of 1982, after "E.T. The Extraterrestrial," and still ranks high on the all-time box office list of comedies. It also boasts a hilarious performance from a deadpan Bill Murray, and marked the film debut of Geena Davis.
So, where is the cast today? On the film's 30th anniversary, we found them on the big screen, the small screen and even receiving honors from the President.