After a stint on the short-lived ABC series What About Brian, Felicity’s erstwhile Goth roommate went back to her dark roots and played a drug addict in the indie flick Revolution Summer, which is currently on the festival circuit. In December, she’ll appear in the Hallmark Channel TV movie All I Want for Christmas.
The Everyman actor who played Felicity’s wisecracking documentary-filmmaker friend, Sean, found ongoing small-screen success with memorable roles on creator J.J. Abrams’ subsequent series Alias and Lost. These days, when he’s not busy invading other people’s minds as cop Matt Parkman on Heroes, Grunberg is producing — and plans to star in — a romantic comedy that he co-wrote.
The onetime hangdog resident adviser Noel Crane married actress Marika Dominczyk (Brothers & Sisters) in June and continues to play Special Forces op Bob ”Cool Breeze” Brown on CBS’ The Unit, which recently entered season 3.
Felicity’s BFF popped up in the 2006 Tyler Perry flick Madea’s Family Reunion, and she produced and stars in the romantic comedy Love & Other 4 Letter Words (out February 2008), about a woman who fakes a wedding to please her dying grandma.
Five years after Felicity graduated from the University of New York, Russell stays as busy as her overachieving alter ego: She played a pregnant pie maker in May’s critically acclaimed charmer Waitress and has a small role as Alessandro Nivola’s wife in The Girl in the Park, which premiered at last month’s Toronto Film Festival. She next plays a cellist opposite Jonathan Rhys Meyers in the drama August Rush (out Nov. 21).
The brooding’s not quite over: Speedman stars alongside Wes Bentley as a former druggie who has a run-in with a satanic cult in the indie black comedy Weirdsville (out Oct. 19). Next year, he and Liv Tyler play a couple who are terrorized in their country home in The Strangers, while he and Willem Dafoe play cops in the crime thriller Anamorph. Fun!