Cast Of Charmed: Where Are They Now?

  
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TV is such a broad spectrum of genres and interests that there are very few shows that hold long, stable runs, keeping fans coming back season after season, but without a doubt Charmed was one of those shows. Charmed was great for a lot reasons but especially due to the fact it was led and dominated by some of the strongest females on television played by Shannen Doherty, Alyssa Milana, Holly Marie Combs and Rose McGowan. It has now been nine years since these awesome ladies graced our screens as The Charmed Ones so it is about time we checked into what they are up to now that their demon vanquishing days are over.

Shannen Doherty (Prue Halliwell)

Shannen Doherty, 44, was the eldest of The Charmed Ones, that is until she yet again had issues with a co-star, a reputation that plagues her, leaving the show at the end of the third season in 2001. Since her departure from Charmed, Doherty has starred in several (eleven!) TV movies meaning while she has continued working, it has not been in anything significant. She did reprise her role as Brenda Walsh for eight episodes of the 90210 reboot and appeared in a couple of other TV series, Mari-Kari and Off the Map. She will also be reprising her role of Rene in 2016’s Mallrats 2.

Photo by Broadimage / Rex Features

Photo by Broadimage / Rex Features

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Julian McMahon (Cole Turner)

Julian McMahon, 46, like a lot of Australian actors featured on the hit series Home and Away before he began his career in Hollywood. Following his stint as Phoebe’s main love interest from 2000-2005, McMahon had a red hot career, landing the role of iconic comic book villain Victor Con Doom/Dr. Doom in Fantastic Four and Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer. He also starred alongside Sandra Bullock in 2007’s Premonition and had a lead role as Dr. Chrsitian Troy on Nip/Tuck from 2003-2010. Lately however, McMahon has been off the radar appearing most recently in a TV mini-series Childhood’s End.

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Photo by Broadimage/REX Shutterstock

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