Oh, Everwood! The little show that warmed your heart at the beginning of the 2000s and kept you glued to the TV back when the WB was still a thing. It had all the ingredients of a great heartwarming family show: drama, comedy, teen angst, heartache, and love. After premiering in 2002, it aired for four seasons until it was eventually cancelled in 2006.
The premise of the show was interesting enough: an amazing brain surgeon moved from the big city to the small town of Everwood following his wife’s death. He had two kids, both teenagers, so it was clear from the very beginning that the show wouldn’t suffer from any drama shortage. But there was a twist! The small town already had a family care practitioner, and the two doctors begin a (sometimes) friendly rivalry.
Despite being more than a decade old, you can thank the streaming gods for allowing you to catch up on old episodes whenever you want. Looking back, you may notice a few uber famous faces who went on from their small-screen roles to become major stars. (Ever heard of a guy named Chris Pratt?) What about the rest of the cast? Where are they now?The fate of the Everwood cast today may surprise you. While some went on to mega-stardom, others found success behind the camera, and others still left the business entirely. Find out who on this list of the cast of Everwood: then and now!
Dr. Andrew Brown
The heart and soul of Everwood, Dr. Andy Brown didn’t have it easy. He lost the love of his life and was struggling to raise two kids on his own. He might have made some mistakes along the way, but we were always rooting for him.
Williams kept busy in the years following Everwood’s cancellation. He had guest appearances on shows like Heartland, Against the Wall, White Collar, and Hawaii Five-0. He also scored roles in popular movies 127 Hours and A Little bit of Heaven. More recently, you had the chance to catch him on Chicago Fire and HBO’s Confirmation. see more on Treat Williams
Hot and troubled, Ephram wasn’t too excited about the idea of moving to a small town in Colorado. A sensitive and talented guy, there’s no wonder he fell for Amy, the ultimate girl next door.
Smith continued to score minor roles in movies and TV shows after Everwood was over, and more recently became one of the stars of cop show Rookie Blue. He also gained some experience behind the camera – he directed multiple Rookie Blue, Arrow, Legends of Tomorrow, and Saving Hope episodes. see more on Gregory Smith