Where Is the Cast of 'Angel' Now? (PHOTOS)
David Boreanaz (Angel)
Boreanaz spent 12 seasons playing FBI Special Agent Seeley Booth on FOX's Bones, racking up People's Choice Award and Teen Choice Award nominations along the way. These days, he's leading the cast of CBS's SEAL Team, playing Master Chief Special Warfare Operator Jason "Jace" Hayes.
Charisma Carpenter (Cordelia Chase)
Carpenter had a recurring role on The CW's Veronica Mars as trophy wife Kendall Casablancas, then starred as Annie Rebecca Sewell in ABC Family's The Lying Game. She has guest starred on Lucifer and Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders and most recently appeared in an episode of 9-1-1.
Glenn Quinn (Allen Francis Doyle)
Quinn, who starred in Angel's first season, died of an overdose in 2002 at age 32. Along with Angel, his other notable TV credit was his role as Mark Healy on ABC's Roseanne.
Alexis Denisof (Wesley Wyndam-Pryce)
Denisof had a recurring role on CBS's How I Met Your Mother opposite real-life wife Alyson Hannigan, who starred on Buffy the Vampire Slayer. More recently, he recurred as Adam Masters in Netflix's Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.
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J. August Richards (Charles Gunn)
Richards notably played a young Richard Webber in two episodes of Grey's Anatomy. He also recurred on ABC's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Bravo's Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce and starred on ABC's Notorious and ABC's Kevin (Probably) Saves the World. He can be seen next on the new NBC midseason series Council of Dads.
Amy Acker (Fred Burkle)
Like Richards, Acker also appeared in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Grey's Anatomy, playing a sister of the late McDreamy in the latter show. Her post-Angel starring roles include gigs on ABC's Alias and Happy Town, CBS' Person of Interest, and FOX's The Gifted.
Vincent Kartheiser (Connor)
Kartheiser graduated from Angel to land a starring role on AMC's critical darling Mad Men, playing bratty ad man Pete Campbell. He also starred on FOX's Proven Innocent as investigator Bodie Quick.
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James Marsters (Spike)
Marsters has stuck to genre fare post-Angel, with recurring roles on The CW's Smallville, BBC's Torchwood, Syfy's Caprica and Warehouse 13, and Lifetime's Witches of East End. Currently, he's continuing the trend by playing engineering genius Victor Stein in the Marvel series Runaways on Hulu.
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Mercedes McNab (Harmony Kendall)
McNab seems to have left her showbiz career behind in 2011, but prior to that, she guest-starred in episodes of NBC's Crossing Jordan, The CW's Supernatural, USA's Psych, and CBS's Criminal Minds.
A decade and a half ago, The WB blindsided both the cast and the fans of Angel by abruptly canceling the neo-noir Buffy the Vampire Slayer spin-off, leaving the writers with no time or budget to bring it to a satisfying conclusion. Fan petitions and campaigns to save the show proved futile, and the fifth and final season ended on May 19, 2004.
But you'll be able to see at least some of the cast together again, in honor of the 20th anniversary. Charisma Carpenter (Cordelia), James Marsters (Spike), J. August Richards (Gunn), Alexis Denisof (Wesley), and Amy Acker (Fred) have all announced they will be attending New York Comic Con in October.
From a day only he remembers to Puppet Angel to the series finale, the WB hit featured many entertaining episodes.
But what happened to the actors after Angel? Click through the gallery above for details on their careers.