“Charmed”: the life of the actors over twenty years later

In the late nineties, the series “Charmed” was first presented to the public and gained immense popularity. He was especially loved by girls and women. We offer you to see how the actors have changed over the past two decades and what fate awaited them outside the set.

Shannen Doherty (Prue Halliwell)

In the series, she brilliantly played the eldest of the Halliwell sisters, who died at the end of the 3rd season. Unfortunately, the actress has faced many serious trials: she has been fighting a serious oncological disease and Crohn’s disease for more than six years. But the woman endured the painful procedures and intends to continue her acting career. We wish her good health!

Alyssa Milano (Phoebe Halliwell)

Both before and after her participation in the filming of Charmed, the actress took part in the filming of famous films and TV series. Today, Milano has a loving family: a husband and two beautiful children.

Holly Marie Combs (Piper Halliwell)

Combs also continued to work in the film industry, starring in Pretty Little Liars for a long time. She married David Donoho and, having given birth to three children, divorced her husband. She remarried four years ago.

Rose McGowan (Paige Matthews)

Very little is known about the life of the actress. Before starring in the series, she took part in many filming projects. But over the years, she began to lose interest in her acting career, and today she almost does not appear in television series and films.

Julian McMahon (Cole Turner)

This actor, after the end of the game in the series, has a rather large track record: “Parts of the Body”, “Fantastic Four”, “Runaways” – this is only a small part of the films and series in which McMahon successfully starred.

Dorian Gregory (Darryl Morris)

The actor, who played the sisters’ friend and helper, was the host of Soul Train (a program about music) for some time and continued to act in other films.

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