‘Parenthood’ Turns 10: Where Are the Stars Now? (PHOTOS)

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Parenthood Season 2 Cast
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Peter Krause
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Peter Krause (Adam Braverman)

Krause starred in the short-lived ABC drama The Catch before finding steady work as firefighter Robert “Bobby” Nash on the Fox procedural 9-1-1.

Lauren Graham
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Lauren Graham (Sarah Braverman)

Graham returned to her Gilmore Girl roots for the four-episode Netflix revival, subtitled A Year in the Life. She has also recurred on the HBO comedy Curb Your Enthusiasm and is currently guest-starring on the NBC musical-dramedy Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist.

Dax Shepard
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Dax Shepard (Crosby Braverman)

Shepard currently stars in the ABC comedy Bless This Mess and hosts the podcast Armchair Expert. He also wrote and directed the 2017 film CHiPS.

Monica Potter
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Monica Potter (Kristina Braverman)

Potter starred as Alex Hale in the short-lived CBS procedural Wisdom of the Crowd, and she continues selling home decor and beauty products through her Monica Potter Home line.

Erika Christensen
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Erika Christensen (Julia Braverman-Graham)

Post-Parenthood, Christensen starred in two quickly-canceled ABC dramas, Wicked City and Ten Days in the Valley, and appeared in the 2016 Black Eyed Peas music video for a new version of “Where Is the Love?”

Sam Jaeger
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Sam Jaeger (Joel Graham)

Jaeger recurred on When We Rise, Law & Order: True Crime, The Handmaid’s Tale, and Reverie before starring as widower Tim Powell in the CBS All Access thriller Tell Me a Story and philandering husband Rob Stanton on the same platform’s dramedy Why Women Kill.

Savannah Paige Rae
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Savannah Paige Rae (Sydney Graham)

Rae has had only one TV credit since Parenthood, but it was a doozy: She played one of the last people to see Derek “McDreamy” Shepherd alive on Grey’s Anatomy, guest-starring in one fateful episode of the ABC medical drama.

Max Burkholder
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Max Burkholder (Max Braverman)

Burkholder has guest-starred on The Orville and voiced characters on American Dad!and Family Guy. He’ll use his voice talents again for the upcoming Amazon animated superhero series Invincible.

Joy Bryant
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Joy Bryant (Jasmine Trussell)

Bryant starred as Eleanor Holmes Norton in the short-lived Amazon period drama Good Girls Revolt and recurred on HBO sports dramedy Ballers and Netflix teen drama Trinkets. Now she’s starring in the ABC legal drama For Life as Marie Wallace, wife of protagonist Aaron Wallace.

Miles Heizer
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Miles Heizer (Drew Holt)

Heizer appeared in the films Nerve; Roman J. Israel, Esq.; and Love, Simon—but he’s best known for his work on the Netflix teen drama 13 Reasons Why, on which he plays Liberty High student Alex Standall.

Mae Whitman
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Mae Whitman (Amber Holt)

These days, Whitman stars as mother-turned-criminal Annie Marks in the NBC dramedy Good Girls. She also reunited with Shepard in CHiPS and with Graham in Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life, and she’ll join forces with Burkholder in Invincible.

Bonnie Bedelia
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Bonnie Bedelia (Camille Braverman)

After Parenthood, Bedelia guest-starred in the ABC political drama Designated Survivor and in the Netflix thriller anthology What/If. Later this year, she’ll share the screen with Olivia Mann, Justin Theroux, and Jason Dohring in the big-screen drama Violet.

Craig T. Nelson
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Craig T. Nelson (Zeek Braverman)

On the big screen, Nelson appeared in the films Gold and Book Club and reprised his voice acting role as Bob Parr a.k.a. Mr. Incredible in Pixar’s Incredibles 2. On TV, he’s recurring as baseball coach Dale Ballard on CBS’s Young Sheldon.

Tyree Brown
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Tyree Brown (Jabbar Trussell)

Post-Parenthood, Brown has guest-starred on CBS’s Criminal Minds and ABC’s Black-ish and voiced a character on the PBS children’s series Mack & Moxy.

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They may not have stayed “Forever Young,” but the cast of Parenthood has moved on to exciting new TV and film roles in recent years.

The NBC family drama — which turns 10 on March 2 — followed the Braverman clan as they navigated personal and professional highs and lows over six seasons. Emmy voters routinely snubbed the show, but critics adored it, with The New York Times’ Alessandra Stanley hailing it as an “unexpectedly compelling” coming-of-age drama “for all ages” and The Washington Post’s Jen Chaney calling it as “perfect piece of ‘reali-scapism.’”

To commemorate the show’s 10th anniversary, flip through the slides above to get career updates for all 14 cast members who starred in every season.