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'The West Wing' Cast: Where Are They Now?

by Rich Keller, posted Sep 22nd 2010 6:05PM
West Wing castOnce you enter 'The West Wing,' you never really leave.

The cast members of the award-winning NBC drama, which premiered 11 years ago on Sept. 22, 1999, can't seem to let each other go -- they've often paired up on other shows since the series ended in 2006.

Interestingly, many of these pairings have taken place in shows on the USA network. Maybe it's due to the drama's huge cast of regulars and recurring characters, the stranglehold NBC Universal had on these actors, or the fact that they all liked working with each other.

So, where is the cast of 'The West Wing' now? Doing a lot of television and, as usual, pairing up. Here's a breakdown:

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'Mary Tyler Moore Show' Cast: Where Are They Now?

by AOL TV Staff, posted Sep 19th 2010 9:00AM
Mary Tyler MooreIt's been 40 years since plucky career girl Mary Richards last tossed her hat in the air on that Minneapolis sidewalk after 'The Mary Tyler Moore Show's' seven-year run (1970-'77).

To celebrate 'MTM's' 40th anniversary, take a look at where the cast has been since the lights went off in the newsroom. Did they really make it after all?

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'La Femme Nikita' Cast: Where Are They Now?

by Sharon Knolle, posted Sep 9th 2010 8:00PM
La Femme NikitaSeveral woman have played the gun-toting assassin Nikita: first, Anne Parillaud in the original 1990 French film, then Bridget Fonda (as "Nina") in the 1993 American remake, 'Point of No Return' and now Hong Kong star Maggie Q., who is stepping into Nikita's deadly shoes for the new CW series which debuts tonight (9PM ET).

But the actress who embodied Nikita for the longest time remains Peta Wilson, star of the '90s series 'La Femme Nikita.'

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'TGIF' Stars: Where Are They Now?

by Kim Potts, posted Aug 12th 2010 4:00PM
TGIFOscar winners George Clooney and Mel Gibson (in 'Baby Talk' and 'Complete Savages') ... 'Friends' star Matthew Perry (in 'Home Free') .... 'Chuck' leading man Zachary Levi (in 'Less Than Perfect') ... they were all adult members of ABC's "TGIF" lineup of Friday night family sitcoms.

But what we remember most from those Friday nights in front of the tube? The younger cast members -- Urkel, the Tanner kiddies, the Mowry twins. They kept us tuning in season after season (the block ran on ABC from 1988-2000 and 2003-2005), and what has inspired this look at where the real stars, the TGIF kids, are now ...

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'Northern Exposure' Cast: Where Are They Now?

by Allison Waldman, posted Jul 12th 2010 9:00AM
Northern Exposure CastThe summer has traditionally been a time when television reverts to reruns and an occasional fill-in series that rarely runs beyond Labor Day. In 1990, however, CBS premiered a new comedy-drama show that was definitely not the run-of-the-mill summertime fare. In fact, 'Northern Exposure' was a pioneer in many ways, ushering in the era of dramedy -- the blend of drama and comedy -- that is so popular today.

From the moment it debuted on July 12, 1990, until it ended its run on July 26, 1995, 'Northern Exposure' was something special, and a large part of that success was due to the cast. The show was a launching pad for some of the younger actors, and a showcase for many others. On the anniversary of the show's premiere, we decided to catch up with the cast.

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'The Hills' Cast: Where Are They Now?

by Kim Potts, posted Jul 9th 2010 5:00PM

A lot of faces have come and gone since 'The Hills' debuted on MTV in May 2006, and in honor of the show's July 13 series finale -- we know, we're sad, too -- we're playing catch-up with a few of the most memorable 'Hills' stars of the past, starting with, of course ...

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'Everwood' Cast: Where Are They Now?

by Chris Harnick, posted Jun 22nd 2010 4:00PM
Everwood'Everwood' was one of the WB's most beloved family dramas. The series followed Dr. Andy Brown and his two kids, Ephram and Delia, as they adjusted to their life in Everwood, a small Colorado hamlet, after the death of Julia Brown. To honor his wife's wishes, Dr. Brown left his high-profile medical career and transplanted his kids from New York City to Everwood.

The series ran for four years; it met its end when WB/UPN merged in 2006. When word came of the cancellation, 'Everwood' fans rallied to save their show and erected a Ferris wheel in Los Angeles to mimic the series finale.

'Everwood' has been slowly released on DVD. The most recent set, season 3, hit shelves on June 15, five years after it aired. Tell me I'm not alone in 'Everwood' nostalgia and join me for a return to the sleepy Colorado town with this "Where Are They Now?" (Cue the swelling piano and violin cords of the theme song.)

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Not 'Friends' Anymore: An Update on the Cast's Post-Show Careers

by Rich Keller, posted Jun 17th 2010 5:30PM
Courteney Cox and Jennifer AnistonIn January, we ran an item ranking the career paths of the 'Friends' cast members since the show ended in 2004. Back then, the only solid news we had was the early renewal of Courtney Cox's 'Cougar Town.' Meanwhile, there was some speculation on new TV projects coming up from Matthew Perry, Lisa Kudrow, and Matt LeBlanc.

Turns out five months makes a lot of difference! Since that time Perry, Kudrow, and LeBlanc have all been given greenlights for their shows. Over the next year, four out of the six 'Friends' cast members could have programs on either the major networks or pay cable.

Here's an updated status of who's involved where, plus some additional information on the supporting characters that were connected with the show during its decade on the air.

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'The A-Team' Cast: Where Are They Now?

by Kim Potts, posted Jun 10th 2010 2:00PM

B.A., Faceman, Murdock and Hannibal live on in movie theaters this week, but what's up with the actors (and actresses ... there were a few) who first made 'The A-Team' one of TV land's most beloved band of renegades? We pity the fools who don't read on and find out ...

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'Gilmore Girls' Cast: Where Are They Now?

by Allison Waldman, posted Jun 4th 2010 1:00PM
gilmore_girls_cast_wbFrom 2000 to 2007, the world of Lorelai and Rory Gilmore in the town of Stars Hollow, Conn., captivated the imagination of television viewers. 'Gilmore Girls' started on the WB, ended on the CW, and today lives on in syndication and DVD as one of the most charming, whimsical and poignant shows about family relations.

The reruns every weekend on SoapNet have also shown how many wonderful performers were part of 'Gilmore Girls,' and how many have gone on to continued success in other television programs. Here's a round up of the stars and where you can see them now:

Alexis Bledel: Growing up on television isn't always kind, but few did it as effortlessly as Alexis. She was the quintessential overachiever as Rory. Even before the show ended, Bledel was branching out with movies like 'The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants' and 'Tuck Everlasting.' In 2009, she did a short stint as Dr. Julia Wise on 'ER,' and is continuing to pursue a film career.

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'Survivor': Where Are They Now?

by Audrey Fine, posted May 28th 2010 7:00PM
SurvivorIt's been 10 years since 'Survivor' first premiered on May 31, 2000 and proceeded to captivate the country over the course of that summer. Week after week, more and more people tuned in to see Richard, Sue, Kelly and Rudy battle in challenges, form alliances and vote their fellow survivors off the show. And, in the end, nearly 59 million people watched the finale -- and Richard Hatch win the $1 million prize.

So, after 10 years and 20 seasons, let's catch up with the contestants who tried to outwit, outplay and outlast ...

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'Diff'rent Strokes' Cast: Where Are They Now

by AOL TV Staff, posted May 28th 2010 4:30PM
Diff'rent Strokes"Whatchoo talkin' 'bout?" That line from 'Diff'rent Strokes' made recently-deceased star Gary Coleman one of the most famous child actors in television history. (Coleman died of a brain hemorrhage May 28 at the age of 42.)

This prime-time comedy, which first aired first aired 30 years ago on Nov. 3, 1978, about a wealthy white widower who adopts his Harlem housekeeper's two black sons broke boundaries with its racially mixed cast and made stars of its players.

We find out what happened to the actors who moved our world.

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Top 25 'Lost' Guest Stars: Where Are They Now?

by Jo Garfein, posted May 11th 2010 4:03PM
The list of actors who have appeared on 'Lost' over the last six years is so vast and impressive, it was challenging to narrow down the myriad guest stars to just 25 ... so we didn't! There is a bonus category for the six 'Deadwood' alumni who have guest-starred on 'Lost.'

These choices all represent familiar faces and memorable characters with emotional resonance and notable entrances/departures.

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'24' Cast: Where Are They Now?

by Kim Potts, posted May 3rd 2010 4:05PM
'24 cast
The clock is ticking down, all too quickly, to the May 24 '24' series finale, and while we're still in the thick of action with Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland), Chloe O'Brian (Mary Lynn Rajskub) and President Taylor (Cherry Jones), some of the show's greatest characters, and their portrayers, have come and gone. What have Nina Myers, Michelle Dessler and Tony Almeida -- a.k.a. Sarah Clarke, Reiko Aylesworth and Carlos Bernard -- been up to since their days at CTU? What is President David Palmer (Dennis Haysbert) doing hanging out with that big baddie Habib Marwan (Arnold Vosloo) ? And what new primetime fella does Teri Bauer (Leslie Hope) have her eye on now? Read on for all the scoop ...

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'Wings' Cast: Where Are They Now?

by Chris Jordan, posted Apr 19th 2010 12:00PM
It was a wacky world on the NBC '90s sitcom 'Wings.' Anything could happen on the ensemble show, from witty repartee to outlandish sight gags to a breathy romance or two.

'Wings' marks its 20th anniversary today, April 19. They were fun and funny times. The comedy revolved around Joe Hackett (Timothy Daly), a straight flier and owner of the one-plane Nantucket airline Sandpiper Air, his freewheeling brother Brian Hackett (Steven Weber) and transplanted Southern belle Helen (Crystal Bernard).

However, much of the charm -- and the humor -- at Tom Nevers Airport was supplied by a few fellas who would later become stars in their own right: Tony Shalhoub as the hopelessly romantic Antonio and Thomas Haden Church as Lowell the humble handyman.

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