Fans followed the rise of Vinny Chase and friends for eight seasons of Entourage, but if they want to see the cast of Entourage now, they don't have to look far. Coming from a show that got a lot of things right (and a few things wrong) about the business of Hollywood, actors from Entourage today could be living out storylines from a hypothetical ninth season where E directs a movie and Ari's abuse is revealed in the #MeToo movement.
While it would take quite some time to list the wherabouts of all the Entourage cameos, the main cast has done plenty on their own to stay in the public eye. Take a look at the Entourage cast then and now to see just what these people have been up to since the series went off the air in 2011. When you're done here, don't forget to also check out our list of other shows like Entourage.
Since Entourage ended in 2011, Kevin Dillon found steady work in front of the camera. In an instance of life imitating art that his character Drama could appreciate, his first project after Entourage, the sitcom How to Be a Gentleman, was canceled after just nine episodes. He's stayed busy with recurring voice work on Comedy Central's TripTank and a recurring role on Blue Bloods.
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Rex Lee's performance as Lloyd in Entourage is likely his most well-known role, but he has kept himself busy since the show concluded in 2011. He remained on the airwaves with regular roles on a pair of sitcoms. Lee appeared in 44 episodes of Suburgatory from 2011-2013, and he followed that up by playing Elliot Park on Freeform's Young & Hungry from 2014-2018.
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Perrey Reeves had been working in television and film since 1989, but her longest recurring credits belong to Entourage. Aside from Mrs. Ari, Reeves has played one-off roles on more than a dozen series, including Grey's Anatomy, Castle, The X-Files, White Collar, and Hawaii Five-O.
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Emmanuelle Chriqui got into acting as a child and had plenty of credits before playing Sloane on Entourage. She's kept up a steady pace since the HBO series ended with a wide array of roles. She lent her voice to Cheetara in the 2011 Thundercats reboot, appeared on streaming series like Crackle's Cleaners and Hulu's Shut Eye, and played a role in Super Troopers 2.