The magical, witch-themed sitcom “Charmed” acquired a lot of traction in the early 2000s and quickly became a cult favorite. The first four seasons were very entertaining, but after that, things started to fall apart. In any case, “Charmed” has exposed us to some of Hollywood’s most beautiful and brilliant performers. We’ve got you covered if you’ve ever wondered what happened to the actors after all this time.
Kaley Cuoco (Billy)
Today Kaley is best recognized for her performance playing Penny on “The Big Bang Theory,” although she was chosen as a teenage apprentice of the witches in the last season of “Charmed” a year before she moved in across the hall from the geeks. Cuoco married tennis player Ryan Sweeting in 2013, but divorced him two years later and began dating Karl Cook. Her most recent project was “The Flight Attendant,” which is actually quite excellent.
Drew Fuller (Chris)
Drew began his career in the fashion industry, but in the early 2000s, he wanted to branch out and join the cast of “Charmed.” This may have been his greatest move since the part made him famous and transformed him into a sex symbol for adolescent girls. His luck, though, appears to have evaporated up in recent years.
Shannen Doherty (Prue)
Prue, who died at the end of the third season, was played by Doherty. Shannon returned to cinematography soon after and has managed to stay afloat over the years. The actress made an appearance in an episode of the popular “Riverdale” in 2019. When the COVID outbreak began, she focused on her own health and advised everyone to remain at home.
Holly Mary Combs (Piper)
She was twenty-five yo when she was cast as Piper, even though initially she applied for the role of the other sister, Prue. After starring in such a large-scale project, Combs was featured in “Pretty Little Liars,” where the beauty played the main character’s mom. In 2011, the actress divorced her husband. Now the 47-year-old celeb is devoting more time to her personal life than the career.
Alyssa Milano (Phoebe)
The hottie was already a well-known actress before “Charmed,” but her portrayal of Phoebe, the youngest sister, catapulted her to stardom. Alyssa Milano revealed in one of her recent interviews that she suffered a miscarriage in 2009 and that she frequently had abortions in the 1990s. She and her loving spouse now have a son and a daughter. Alyssa is an outspoken supporter of charitable work and a strong advocate for women’s rights. Even at 48, the actress remains stunning and has stated that she has no plans to leave the field.
Rose McGowan (Paige)
Rose’s breakout film, “Charmed,” was a huge success, but it also brought her a lot of troubles in her personal life. McGowan married artist Davey Digital for two years before divorcing him. She later became engaged to Marilyn Manson, but the relationship ended. Rose McGowan has kept a quiet profile since then, only starring in a few films and TV series. Rose’s looks and style have recently altered dramatically. She may have a different appearance, but you’d know her beauty from a mile away.
Brian Krause (Leo)
Despite the point, Krause played the lead male role in “Charmed,” he was unable to obtain any major roles after that. Then, due to a lack of genuine employment opportunities, he hopped on the wagon and nearly wrecked his career. Fortunately, he recovered in time and was cast in a few minor roles in “Castle and Dynasty.” Brian is rarely seen on television nowadays, although he is still active on stage.
Julian McMahon (Cole)
Julian’s life altered significantly after he starred on “Charmed,” just like everyone else on this list. He continues to act in films and television programs to this day, albeit nearly exclusively in supporting parts. McMahon is now starring in the TV series about the FBI as a special agent.