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Téa Leoni (Elizabeth McCord)
Madam President (formerly Madam Secretary) herself will be voicing a character in the animated family adventure, Endangered, Deadline reports. It’s inspired by leading wildlife photographer Tim Flach’s book.
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Patina Miller (Daisy)
Miller is set to star in one of Starz’s upcoming Power spinoffs, the prequel Raising Kanan. She’ll play Kanan’s mother, Raquel “Raq” Thomas.
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Keith Carradine (Conrad Dalton)
Carradine was dropped down to recurring for the CBS drama’s final season. He has two films in post-production (The Daylong Brothers and Sallywood). He is currently filming The Power of the Dog, which follows two wealthy brothers who own the biggest ranch in the Montana valley.
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Kevin Rahm (Mike B.)
Rahm is part of the cast of HBO Max’s coming-of-age story set in the 1990s, Vegas High, Deadline reports. The series follows Laura, who’s caught between Las Vegas’ fast-paced lifestyle and her Mormon faith and community. Rahm will play the Bishop of her branch of the Mormon church, Ted. He’s described as “gentle and handsome … with an easy smile, and an upbeat, devout, Pat Boone-like manner.”
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Bebe Neuwirth (Nadine)
Since leaving Madam Secretary in Season 4, Neuwirth has guest starred on The Good Fight and continued recurring on Blue Bloods. She also appeared in 2019’s Jumanji: The Next Level and her film Modern Persuasion is in post-production.
Chris Petrovski (Dmitri)
Petrovski returned as Dmitri for the show’s final season. He has two films in post-production, The Drummer (about the traumatic effects of war on the psyches of veterans from different generations) and Listen (about a member of the Israeli Defense Forces’ elite unit searching for a captured Israeli soldier).
It's been a couple months since Madam Secretary ended its six-year run on CBS, but chances are you already miss seeing your favorite stars on your screens.
You're in luck, because several of them already have new roles lined up in film and on TV. Patina Miller was even just cast in a spinoff of a hit series.