Cast Of Entourage: Where Are They Now?

  
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The HBO series Entourage was a huge hit for eight seasons from 2004 to 2011. The show was based on the life of Mark Wahlberg (a producer of the show) when his assistant supposedly asked Mark if he could film him and his friends because they were ‘hilarious.’ Vincent Chase was the Whalberg figure in the series, the show wasn’t supposed to be a documentary, but rather a more satirical take on his career. The series features Vincent’s ‘entourage’ which is a group of his childhood friends from Queens, New York and a lot of awesome cameo appearances from celebrities appearing as themselves in sometimes a fictionalized version. It’s been six years since the series ended, and despite the big flop of the highly anticipated movie, the show was really good while it lasted. Here’s a look at where the actors and actresses from the show are now:

7. Perrey Reeves

Ari Gold’s sassy but devoted wife has had no trouble finding work after appearing on Entourage. Similar to some of her co-stars, Perrey sticks to what she knows best and that is television. Right when the show wrapped up filming she appeared on an episode of popular series like White Collar and NCIS. She did a television film called Secret Lives of Husbands and Wives and had more guest appearances in shows like Royal Pains and Perception. Her biggest success has been a recurring role on the USA Network series Covert Affairs in 2014. She of course returned back to the Entourage franchise for the movie in 2015. Not bad Perrey!

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6. Emmanuelle Chriqui

Emmanuelle Chriqui played Sloan McQuewick, the on-again off-again love interest of Eric Murphy. She’s doing quite well for herself and managed to continuously have a job since the series ended. She had a main role on Thundercats voicing the character of Cheetara and on Tron: Uprising voicing Paige. She landed a recurring role on the CBS drama series The Mentalist from 2012 to 2013 right after Entourage wrapped up filming. In 2013 and 2014 she was the voice of of Sapphire Stagg on Beware the Batman; she had a regular role on Cleaners; and appeared in episodes of Men at Work, Killing Jesus and a main role on Murder in the First. She’s done just as well in the film department with roles in Fort Bliss, A Short History of Decay, The Steps and Omphaios which is currently in post-production.

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