'M*A*S*H' Series Finale Aired 35 Years Ago: See the Cast Now! (PHOTOS)

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Alan Alda
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Alan Alda (Hawkeye Pierce)

Arguably the most famous veteran of the show, the 82-year-old keeps busy these days with appearances on shows like The Blacklist, Broad City, and Horace and Pete.

Loretta Swit
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Loretta Swit (Margaret “Hot Lips” Houlihan)

Though still a beauty at 80 years old, Swit stays mostly off-screen these days. She most recently appeared in a 1998 episode of Diagnosis Murder.

David Ogden Stiers
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David Ogden Stiers (Maj. Charles Winchester)

Now 75, Ogden Stiers has devoted most of his years post-show to doing voice work for animated films like Disney’s Pocahontas, Beauty and the Beast, and Lilo & Stitch. His most notable recent on-camera role was on Rizzoli & Isles in 2015.

Kellye Nakahara Wallet
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Kellye Nakahara (Lt. Kellye Yamato, RN)

Nakahara, 67, has also seemingly retired from acting, last appearing in an episode of Sabrina, the Teenage Witch in 1999.

Mike Farrell
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Mike Farrell (Capt. B.J. Hunnicutt)

Just like Alda, Farrell has become a staple of television over the last three decades. He most recently appeared on SundanceTV’s Red Road and a pivotal episode of American Crime Story: Versace.

Jamie Farr
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Jamie Farr (Cpl. Maxwell Q. Klinger)

The 83-year-old is frequently appearing in TV movies these days. He’s also had guest-starring roles in Nick’s Bella and the Bulldogs, That ’70s Show, and The War at Home.

Gary Burghoff
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Gary Burghoff (Cpl. Walter ‘Radar’ O’Reilly)

Burghoff, 74, took 23 years off from acting before returning for a role in the B-movie Daniel’s Lot in 2010. He has yet to return to acting since.

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The premiere episode M*A*S*H in 1972 was certainly iconic, but it's the Korean War dramedy's series finale that really made a mark on the country.

After 11 seasons on the air as one of CBS' biggest hits—landing the cast on the cover of TV Guide Magazine numerous times—the show said goodbye on February 28, 1983, drawing in over 100 million viewers. And on the 35th anniversary of that special day, we can't help but wonder where the members of the 4077th are now.

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Though some of the cast has since passed away—William Christopher (Father Francis Mulcahy), Harry Morgan (Col. Sherman T. Potter), Larry Linville (Maj. Frank Burns), Wayne Rogers (Capt. 'Trapper John' McIntyre)—many are still actively working today.

Click through the gallery above to find out what Alan Alda (Hawkeye Pierce), Loretta Swit (Margaret "Hot Lips" Houlihan), and more are up to now.