Exact 20 years have passed and Gilmore Girls continues to be successful. The production, initially shown by The WB, has gained a legion of fans over its seven seasons. This continued even after its official closure.
In 2016, to the public’s delight, episodes of the classic series were added to Netflix and, with them, came the launch of a revival miniseries telling viewers everything that had happened to the characters since goodbye. The four new episodes were a beautiful gift from creator Amy Sherman-Palladino.
But how will the cast of Gilmore Girls nowadays, since they left the famous city of Stars Hollow for good? This is what we will see now in this special list in the series Series in History!
Rory Gilmore is a character well remembered when talking about book addicts. During the series premiere, actress Alexis Bledel was studying at New York University.
After Gilmore Girls, she starred in some films and even won a recurring role in the series Mad Men, from AMC. In 2017, he won an Emmy for his role in The Handmaid’s Tale.
Before playing Lorelai Gilmore, Lauren Graham starred in a few sitcoms on different broadcasters. After the success of the series, she wrote some fictional books and also about her life and also played Sarah Braverman during the six seasons of Parenthood. In 2020, he joined the cast of the musical Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist, on NBC.
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The friendly Sookie, also known as Lorelai’s best friend, was played by Melissa McCarthy, who had very few jobs on her resume at the time. After the series, she already collects several works in cinema and television. In 2019, she competed for the Oscar for Best Actress for the film Could you forgive me?, directed by Marielle Heller.
Luke Danes, Scott Patterson’s character, poured several characters’ cups of coffee Gilmore Girls. After the series, he participated in The Event, at NBC, as Michael Buchanan, and gave voice to Commissioner Gordon in Batman: Gotham by Gaslight.
Initially seen as Rory Gilmore’s rival, Paris Galler, Liza Weil’s character, had great ambitions in Gilmore Girls. Growing up as an actress, she dedicated herself from 2014 to 2020 in the role of lawyer Bonnie Winterbottom in the police drama How to Get Away with Murderstarring Viola Davis.
Keiko Agena played Rory Gilmore’s best friend, Lane Kim, who had her own band and her numerous conflicts with an ultra conservative mother.
As sad as it all was for her, the audience was always amused by her appearances. Keiko Agena currently participates in the series Prodigal Son in the role of medical examiner Edrisa Tanaka.
Tony Award winner for the play The Chorus Line and also known as the mother of Jennifer Gray’s character in Dirty Dancing, Kelly Bishop played a very prominent role in Gilmore Girls.
After seven seasons of the series, Emily Gilmore’s performer participated in Bunheads, another production by Amy Sherman-Palladino, and brought Mrs. Kent to life in The Good Wife.
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In the first episode of the series, Michel Gerard shows himself to be a maniac. The receptionist at Independence Inn has always been very demanding. After Gilmore Girls, his interpreter, the French-Canadian actor Yanic Truesdale was involved in several television productions and films.
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Dean, played by Jared Padalecki early in his career, was Rory Gilmore’s first kiss and also his first love. After leaving the series, during the 5th season, he joined the cast of Supernatural, a series that stars until today alongside Jensen Ackles.
Entering the 2nd season of Gilmore Girls with the troubled Jess Mariano, Luke’s nephew, Milo Ventimiglia was a face hitherto unknown to the public. In his comings and goings with Rory, he learned, grew and matured.
The former bad boy from de Stars Hollow followed his acting career until he starred This Is Us, on NBC, as Jack Pearson – the father that maybe all children would like to have.