Who doesn’t love JAG? The predecessor to the famous and well-loved NCIS brought us characters like Harm, Mac, and many more! Dan Bellisario was the show’s creator, and he lovingly gave us ten amazing seasons! Unfortunately, the show was cancelled back in 2005, but that does not mean the stars are far from our hearts! So let’s revisit our beloved JAG, see what became of its stars, and find out who is dating who!
First things first, a little background on JAG. It originally aired from 1995 to 2005, running for ten fabulous season. It is still very much missed. At the time—and even today–JAG was one of the most influential shows on television. Ever since the show ended with its dramatic finale—involving a coin toss that would determine the lives of beloved Harm and Mac—we just cannot stop thinking about it! So why not revisit an old favorite and check in on the stars that brought our favorite characters to life! What did they get up to after the show ended?
For those who are not in the know, JAG stands for Judge Advocate General, which more or less pretty much sums up the show. It’s centered around criminal activity and the justice department’s response to said crimes. More to the point, JAG dealt with the court system as it pertained to the United States Navy. Characters like Mac, or Sarah McKenzie (played by Catherine Bell) and Harmon Rabb or Harm (played by David James Elliott) worked their way up in the military legal system. It was not all just legal drama however! Mac and Harm also shared a steamy romance! Over ten glorious seasons, we fell in love with these characters, so much so that there was even a spin off series, NCIS.
How could JAG be anything but a success, what with the stellar writing and phenomenal cast? Fans fell in love with the show as soon as it aired, and they have only gotten more invested after its series finale. Many fans have called for reboots or even a film, but many of the people involved with the show have come out and said that a reboot would not do justice to the characters. While we can’t promise you more JAG, we can fill you in on what has happened to all your favorite stars from the show, like Catherine Bell and David James Elliott and even Karri Turner. Some have quit acting, some are still active in Hollywood, and some have even gotten married! We will also revisit which stars got their big break on JAG. Some big names we bet you’ve even forgotten entirely! So why waste any more time, let’s jump right into it and see where everyone ended up after their big role on JAG!
David James Elliot
David James Elliot wormed his way into fans’ hearts with his role as Captain Harmon, also known as Harm, on JAG. After the series ended, he starred in The Man Who Lost Himself with wife and JAG costar, Nanci Chambers. From there, he made his way onto Canadian dramas such as Close to Home and The Guard. David Elliot currently plays John Wayne in CSI and Trumbo.
Patrick Labyorteaux, who played Captain Bud on JAG, went on to do more acting. He even did some voice acting for cartoons, like on Spider-Man: The Animated Series. Along with his wife, Tina Albanese, Patrick created and produced See Dad, a show for Nick at Nite. Fans of Captain Bud were lucky enough to see him appear twice in NCIS.
John M. Jackson
John M. Jackson played the beloved and loyal Rear Admiral A.J., who we got to see on NCIS: Los Angeles, the spin-off show. Since then, Jackson has also played in the movie, Gifted alongside Jenny Slate and Chris Evans. Go check it out!
Karri Turner sure is talented. In addition to playing Lt. Harriet Sims on JAG, Turner is also a traveling comedian who has performed for the American troops with Michael McDonald and Kathy Griffin. She has performed in over 13 USA tours! She still acts too! She played in roles for film and TV, such as Hurricane in the Rose Garden and a few episodes of Heroes.
Chuck Carrington captured our hearts as the handsome Petty Officer First Class Jason Tiner. Fans were heartbroken when, in season nine, he left to go to Officer Candidate School. Since then, he has played Renny Jacobsen in the movie, The List, and has guest starred as Dan on Shameless.
Scott Lawrence played Commander Strugris, but that was only the beginning for Lawrence. In addition to appearing in the eight seasons of NCIS, Lawrence was also a crew chief in the hit film, Avatar and played Maurice in The Social Network. He also had roles in Star Trek: Into Darkness and Star Trek: Voyager.
Zoe McLellan is known as Petty Officer Jen on JAG, and like many of her former costars, she found herself on NCIS: New Orleans playing the role of Meredith Brody. After JAG ended, McLellan took a role on Dirty Sexy Money on ABC. Other shows she has acted in include The Mentalist, House and Designated Survivor.
Randy Vasquez played Gunner Sergeant Victor Galindez, and luckily for his fans, he has continued acting in Hollywood. He appeared in CSI: Miami as well as playing Dep D.A. Lou Escobar for Bosch. In addition, in 2005 Vasquez directed the comedy/drama Perceptions.
Trevor Goddard is remembered by fans as Lt. Commander Michael Brumby or Mic. Sadly, in June 2003, Goddard died of a drug overdose at the tender age of 40. His final acting credit was for his role in the film, Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl.
Steven Culp played Mr. Clayton Webb, but this is far from his only acting credit. He appeared in shows like The West Wing, 24 and NCIS. He is also well known for playing Rex Van de Kamp on Desperate Housewives. Culp is married with two children. Tragically, back in 2006, Culp’s half-sister was murdered with her family. Authorities caught and convicted the two men responsible just a month after the murder.
Nanci Chambers played Lt. Loren Singer on JAG. In 1992, she married her costar David James Elliot. The two are big into the environment, and have even been to Ecuador to learn about the rain forests and tribes. Chambers has also played in roles for shows such as The Stranger I Married or Save our Souls.
Paul Collins was the memorable Alexander Nelson, former Sec of the Navy. But that was not his only role. He has played in shows like Boston Legal, The West Wing and Sons of Anarchy. He played Tyler Meade on Guiding Light and starred in movies like, Evan Almighty and Montana Amazon.
Michael Angelo Bellisario
Michael Angelo Bellisario, who played Midshipman Third Class Michael Roberts, or Mikey, is actually the show creator’s son! After JAG, he went on to become a lab assistant on NCIS. He also played in some episodes of Quantum Leap. He comes from a talented family– his half-sister, Troian Avery Bellisario, plays Spencer on ABC’s Pretty Little Liars.
Cindy Ambuehl starred as Renee Peterson on JAG. After the show ended, she went on to a role on The Bold and the Beautiful. She also got married to fellow actor Don Diamonet, with whom she has twin boys.
Harrison Page played Rear Admiral Stiles Morris. After the show ended, he went on to play in Players at the Poker Palace and Grey’s Anatomy. He also got married to Christina Giles, with whom he had a child.
Jennifer Savidge, who played Commander Amy Helfman on JAG, also played Nurse Lucy on St. Elsewhere. She is also well known for her role as Ruth Taylor on American Crime. In 2001, she married Robert Fuller. Talk about a successful career and happy home life!
Tracey Needham appeared in the first season of JAG as Megan Austin or Meg. Before that, she played Paige on Life Goes On, along with various roles on Veronica Mars and the film The Last Harbor. After JAG ended, she went on to play Inspector Candace DeLorenzo on the show, The Division. She is married to Tommy Hinkley, with whom she has a daughter.
Anne-Marie Johnson, who played Congresswoman Roberta Latham, aka Bobbi, on JAG made history in 2005 by becoming the first ever National VP of the Screen Actors Guild. In addition to JAG and NCIS, but she also appeared on show like, Pretty Little Liars, Boston Legal, Grey’s Anatomy and That’s So Raven. More recently, she enjoyed roles for Murder in the First and Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later.
Isabella Hofmann, who played Professor Meredith Cavanaugh in the later seasons, also had a guest role in the spin-off, NCIS. She was also in The Flash and Legends of Tomorrow, and played Clarissa Stein in Supergirl. In the 90’s, she dated Daniel Baldwin with whom she had a son, Atticus.
David Andrews played Biff or Major General Gordon Cresswell on JAG, but that was far from the end of his career. He had plenty of guest appearences on shows such as Crisis, How to Get Away with Murder and Brothers & Sisters. He also played Sec. Frommer in The Whispers.
Hallee Hirsh played Mattie Grace Johnson back during the JAG days, but she is also well-loved for playing Rachel on ER. In addition, Hirsh starred in Flight 29 Down, as well as the movie, Speak with Kristen Stewart. Now, Hirsh lives in North Carolina with her husband and son.
W.K. Stratton played Commander Ted Lindsey, but fans remembered him from roles like the ones he had on Quantum Leap. After JAG, Stratton voiced the character Walla in Transformers: The Game. He’s married to Maureen Denise Lacoste.
Zuhair Haddad, a Jordanian actor, played Anwar Sahaj on JAG. Haddad also had roles in The Hangover Part III, The Pursuit of Happyness and The Scorpion King. He acted in other TV shows as well, such as The Affair, where he plays Abdul Ullah. Haddad also got into voice acting for cartoons and games, like American Dad! and Assassin’s Creed.
Rif Hutton played Lt. Commander Alan Mattoni, and went on to an impressive number of shows, such as, Cold Case, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, That’s So Raven, Criminal Minds and CSI. Before JAG, he played Dr. Ron Welch on Doogie Howser, M.D. More recently, he has appeared on SEAL Team, Bosch and Cowboy & Indiana.
John DeMita was known as Colonel Clifford Blakely, and has appeared on shows like Flight of Passage, NCIS and the TV film, Michael Jackson’s Halloween. He’s also done a bit of voice acting for shows like Hunter x Hunter, Naruto, Dragon Ball Super and JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure. He is married to fellow actress Julia Fletcher, with whom he has two children.
Matt Sigloch, who played Master Sergeant Tom Androvich on JAG, also played a vital role behind the camera. In fact, he was the show’s Military Technical Advisor due to his extensive military background. After JAG ended, he created his own company called Sigloch Military-Tactical, which has enabled him to assist with tactics on show like, American Horror Story, Criminal Minds, Scandal and Rosewood.
Jeff MacKay played Big Bud Roberts on JAG, as well as shows such as Magnum, P.I., where he played Mac. He also played on The Greatest American Hero, Black Sheep Squadron and Battlestar Galactica. He also voiced Fireflight for Transformers. Sadly, MacKay died in 2008 at the age of 59. His last role was in December as Larry Carter.
Jade Carter played Sergei Zhukov on JAG. He was also Tripp Steves on Solo: The Series and Ethan Impersonator on Passions. He had guest appearances on shows like NCIS and Castle. More recently, Carter played Brent in the film Love or War.
Before Dean Stockwell was Senator Edward Sheffield on JAG, he was Al Calavicci on Quantum Leap. After, he went on to play in shows such as Entertainment, Deep in the Darkness and Battlestar Galactica where he had the role of Brother Cavil.
John D’Aquino played Stuart Dunston on JAG, and then went on to appear on shows like Dexter, Hannah Montana and NCIS. Currently, he plays in Disney’s Cory in the House as President Richard Martinez. He also has the role of Harris Smith on In Sanity, Florida.
Terry O’Quinn first got fans’ attention as Admiral Thomas Boone on JAG, but he is perhaps now better known for playing John Locke on Lost. He had a few other famous roles before these though, such as General Nicholas Alexander on The West Wing or Joe White on Hawaii Five-O. Now, he plays Howard Hargrave on The Blacklist: Redemption. He sure is some actor!
Kevin Fry sadly only had a short tenure on JAG as Commander Morton, but it sure seems to have done wonders for his career! He went on to star in a few episodes of Scandal before making a splash as Kevin on 24. More recently, Fry has played in 300: Rise of an Empire, Sons of Anarchy and Taken 3 as the bodyguard.
Jeffrey Dean Morgan
Jeffrey Dean Morgan played the CIA technician Wally on JAG, though he has recently become much more popular for playing John Winchester in the hit show, Supernatural. And who could forget his role as the loveable Denny on Grey’s Anatomy. Currently, he has made waves for his portrayal of Negan on The Walking Dead. What a man!
Dana Sparks played Lt. Commander Carolyn Imes on JAG before going on to play Grace Bennett in Passions, as well as a little role in Atlas Shrugged II: The Strike. Before joining JAG, she played in shows such as, Melrose Place, Cover Up, L.A. Law and Falcon Crest. In addition to acting, she was also previously the Executive Director of Regenerate Films. Now she sits as a board member and also produces.
A.J. Tannen played Lt Alfred Aldridge on JAG, and has since gone on to play roles in shows like New Girl, Transparent, and Silicon Valley. He does movies too! Tannen was Franc Thomas Jr. in the film, The Darkness and Ben in the film, Variant.
Cynthia Sikes went from playing JAG‘s Dr. Sidney Walden to playing Zara Costelana on The Young and the Restless. During the time, there was also a brief love affair with A.J. Tannen. She played Betty Goodale for Aquarius as well as a role in the film Going Shopping. She was a producer for the 2017 hit film Blade Runner 2049.
Corbin Bernsen went from playing Captain Owen on JAG to playing Harlan Dexter in Kiss Kiss Bang Bang. He also played John Durant on General Hospital, Henry Spencer on Psych and Father Todd Williams on The Young and the Restless. More recently, he founded his own production company called Team Cherokee Productions, where he now works as a producer, writer, and actor.
Chris Beetem, who played Lt. Gregory Vukovic on JAG, has quite the list of acting credits. After JAG, he went on to play Dan in Emelie. He also has appeared on Comedy Central’s Inside Amy Schumer. He played in One Tree Hill, Pan Am and As the World Turns, as well as USA’s Royal Pains.
Matthew Josten played the adorable A.J. Roberts, and has since grown into quite the actor! He played Bo Hamilton in Rodney and Nick Hope in White River Tales. He also did some voice acting, such as Kirby for Chicken Little and Goob for Meet the Robinsons.
Susan Haskell played, Jordi, or rather, Lt. Commander Jordan Parker on JAG. She was also Dr. Marty Saybrooke in One Life to Live, and had a small role in The Good Shepherd. Since then, the Canadian actress has not been as active in Hollywood.
Mae Whitman got her start on JAG playing Chloe Madison, but is probably better known to her fan’s as Arrested Development’s Anne (Egg). But she also played Amber Holt on the show, Parenthood, Rosie Weston on HBO’s In Treatment and Mary Elizabeth in the movie, The Perks of Being a Wallflower. She has done voice acting for Family Guy as well.
Andrea Thompson went from playing Commander Alison Krennick on JAG to playing Nicole Duncan in season three of 24. She also had a role during four episodes of the show, Heroes: Destiny. She even worked for a brief time as a reporter for CNN, but she just could not stay away from acting.
Scott Paulin is known to JAG fans as Captain Johnson. After the show ended, Paulin had many guest appearances, going on shows such as Boston Legal, Lost,CSI, and how did you guess, NCIS. More recently, he has played Jim Beckett in Castle and Dr. Botnik in The Young and the Restless. He is currently married to fellow actress Wendy Phillips, with whom he has one child.
Tamlyn Tomita was Lt. Commander Tracy Manetti on JAG, and like many of her other costars, she enjoyed a role during the second season of 24. She also played Janet Tokada in The Day After Tomorrow and Giselle in General Hospital. Teen Wolf fans will remember her as Noshiko Yukimura, or maybe you know her from her starring role in The Karate Kid Part II.
Alex Kuznetsov has sure been busy since he stopped playing Captain Alex “Alexander” Volkonov on JAG. Video game fans can hear his voice in Call of Duty: Finest Hour. He was also in the fifth season of 24 as Ostroff. He is also well known for his roles in Space Cowboys and The Bourne Supremacy, and you can currently catch him as Oleg in the show Insomnia.
Larry Pointdexter started off as Dalton Lowne, but after JAG ended, he went on to play Dr. Asher Thomas on General Hospital. He was also Agent Ray Collins in Blade: The Series, and Dean in the film 17 Again alongside Zac Efron. He was Rick Berger in the show, The Hard Times of RJ Berger and Father Louis in Days Of Our Lives.
Peter Murnik played Clark Palmer on JAG, but you might recognize him as Justified‘s Trooper Tom Bergen. Or, as Hershel Jenkins from Granite Flats. He plays Mike Copeland in The Mist, and Detective Carver on Netflix’s new show Mindhunter!
Trisha Yearwood made waves as Lt. Commander Teresa Coulter. Since the show has ended, Yearwood has since gotten married. In 2005, she tied the knot with singer Garth Brook, shifting more of her attention to music. She has appeared in some TV movies, such as The Passion, where she plays Mary, as well as producing six episodes of her own show, Trisha’s Southern Kitchen.
Richard McGonagle played Captain Richard Carey on JAG, but has since gone on to do some memorable voice acting roles. He has voiced General Grievous on Star Wars: Clone Wars, as well as voices for Avatar: The Last Airbender, Ben 10 and Cartoon Network’s The Regular Show. He was even the narrator for the film 500 Days of Summer.
Francesco Quinn played Kabir Atef on JAG, before moving on to play Syed Ali, a terrorist on the second season of 24. He has done some voice acting as well, and even played in Quentin Tarantino movie, Hell Ride. Sadly, Quinn passed away in 2011.
Andrea Parker played Kate, or Lt. Caitlin Pike, during her run on JAG. Since then, she was Lydia Weston on Less Than Perfect, Jane Carlson on Desperate Housewives, and both Jessica DiLaurentis and Mary Drake on ABC’s Pretty Little Liars.
Bernard White’s memorable performance as Sadik Fahd got people to notice his name. From there he played Agha Babur in American Dreamz and Rama-Kandra in both The Matrix Reloaded and Matrix Revolutions. He is also in the hot show, Silicon Valley.
Glenn Morshower played Chief Petty Officer Ned Bannon on JAG, but is probably better known as 24‘s Aaron Pierce. He was also Mike Chysler on the iconic show, The West Wing. He also played Chad Clarke on Friday Night Lights, General Sam Lane on Supergirl and Warren Hobbs in I’m Dying Up Here.
Dylan Neal stole hearts as Lt. Dalton Jones or Boomer on JAG, but he did not stop there. He went on to play Aaron Jacobs on Sabrina, the Teenage Witch and Doug Witter on Dawson’s Creek. He was also Jack Griffith on Cedar Cove and Dr. Anthony Ivo on Arrow.
Sam Hennings got his start as Captain Huddleston, but has since gone on to play in ER, Castle, Cold Case and Eleventh Hour. He was also Charlie White on Memphis Beat.
Who could forget the adorable Josh Pendry, played by Will Rothhaar? He is also know from the beloved holiday film, Jack Frost, where he plays Dennis. He was on Castle, Memphis Beat and CSI, and was also Junior Agent on Workshop and Josh Brannan in the show Last Resort. He even got to play Lee Harvey Oswald for the TV movie Killing Kennedy.
Shashawnee Hall played Agent Marvin Novack, and has since gone on to play in The Closer, Lie to Me and Medium, as well as the popular spin-off NCIS. Hall also starred in the films Bruce Almighty and Evan Almighty. He now plays Paul Bodner on the television show, Life.
Do you remember Ned Vaughn, who played Lt. Carl Barrett on JAG? Now he is better known for playing Mitch Anderson, the mercenary and former Air Force Officer, on 24‘s fourth season. You can also catch him on Commander in Chief and Cane.
How could we forget Montel Williams, who played Lt. Curtis Rivers on the show? Since then, he has gone on to star in his own show, The Montel Williams Show. Good job Williams!
Meta Golding played Lt. Tali Mayfield on JAG, but has since gone on to play Jordan Todd on Criminal Minds and Tina Brewster on CSI. You can also catch her in Day Break and Dark Blue, as well as the current show Colony.
Patrick St. Esprit
Patrick St. Esprit played Colonel Bootney, but that was just the start! Since then, he’s been on Sons of Anarchy and even HBO’s Ballers. You might have caught him in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and The Fate of the Furious, or recognize him from Netflix’s Narcos!
John Prosky started out as Jon Barrow, and then went on to play David Finch for HBO’s True Blood. He was also Tom Van Dyke on Medium and Senator Gibson on Shonda Rhimes’ award winning show Scandal.
After he was done playing Commander Onclay, Mark Costello went on to shows like, General Hospital, Chris Rock’s Everybody Hates Chris, Criminal Minds and The West Wing. Not bad!
Bill Cobbs played the Chaplain Matthew Turner, but after the show ended he went in a lighter direction and joined The Drew Carey Show. He was also in Night at the Museum with Ben Stiller and played Vernan Pop Wyatt on Fly with Tatyana Ali from The Fresh Prince of Bel Air.
Chas. Floyd Johnson
Chas. Floyd Johnson not only played Dr. Bruce Gasden, but he was also a producer for several of the episodes! No wonder he ended up as an executive producer for NCIS. He is a husband and a father too.
John Eric Bentley
John Eric Bentley played Cayuga Weps of course. Since then, he has been in Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, The Last of Us and Resident Evil: Extinction, as well as voice acting for Call of Duty: Black Ops II. He is currently in the eighth season of 24.
Tim Lounibos played Lt. Peter Yuen on JAG, but then went on to guest star in many shows, such as Passions, General Hospital and The West Wing.
Mary Page Keller
Mary Page Keller played Beth O’Neill, but that was just the start! She went on to play on NYPD Blue, Commander in Chief, Chasing Life to Bosch. Oh, and ABC’s Pretty Little Liars. Not bad at all!
Rex Linn played Major Mark Sokol, but he might be better known as Falcon. Since then he was Coach Bricker in the film Cheaper by the Dozen alongside Steve Martin, and was Karl Vasick on the show The Fugitive and Frank Tripp for CSI: Miami. In the critically acclaimed Tarantino film, Django Unchained, he was Tennessee Harry.
Cliff De Young
Cliff De Young played Chuck DePalma, but since then he was John Ramsey for the film, Getting Away with Murder: The JonBenet Ramsey Mystery as well as Agent John Bonacheck for The Young and the Restless. He also starred alongside Denise Richards and Mike Tyson in the comedy, Reality Queen!.
Dan Lauria was the man behind Allen Balisdelll, but this was far from Dan’s last stop. He was Richard Vessey on Ed, and he also appeared on, How I Met Your Mother, Grey’s Anatomy and Criminal Minds. He was also Jack Sullivan on Sullivan & Sons. Wow, what a resume!
Daphne Ashbrook played Annie Pendry, but then she went on to play Dawn Atwood on The O.C. and Jackie Kowalski for Hollywood Heights.
Michael Saad played General Hasan Abdullah. He had small roles on Las Vegas and season two of 24. He was also the sheriff in the film Road to Red.
Tony Denison stunned as Commander Stefan Stefanopoulos. He thrills in from Prison Break, but he’s best known for playing Andy Flynn on The Closer. Fans can also catch him in the reprised role on Major Crimes.
Steve Rankin plated Admiral Mark Tucci, but has gone on to do memorable roles such as Lloyd Blankenship for Veronica Mars and as Sgt. Hendrix on Malcolm in The Middle. Rankin was also Rafe’s father in the film, Pearl Harbor. Not to mention he played a detective in the film Jersey Boys.
Allan Kolman could not be forgotten as Alexei. He has since appeared in Scandal, The West Wing and Entourage. However, things have been quiet since 2012, with Kolman’s last acting credit being for the show The Mentalist with Simon Baker.
Dar-Lin Lewis was played by Aysia Polk, who has since decided to leave Hollywood. However, you can catch her as Angela Walker in American Dreams and as Taylor in HBO’s Six Feet Under.
Joan Pringle played Agent Mary Holland, but since then she has played Eunice Barnes on the TV show One on One, and Carol Hart for Girlfriends. She is also in the films Original Sin and Being Mary Jane.
Craig Kirkwood was Sean Stiles on JAG, but people also remember him as Rev or Jerry Harris in the classic movie, Remember the Titans. He was also on shows like Sister, Sister, Family Matters and The Fresh Prince of Bel Air. However, in 2006, he quit acting to pursue a law degree. He is now a practicing lawyer in Los Angeles.
Adria Tennor played Laurie June on JAG, but also had minor roles on Scandal, The Mindy Project and Mulaney. She was Joyce Darling on Mad Men, and Professor Clarissa Hawn on the show Greek. She has also starred in multiple movies as well.
Larry Manetti had various guest roles on JAG, and enjoyed guest appearances on shows like Hawaii Five-O and Magnum, P.I., where he met his current wife Nancy DeCarl. What a star studded couple!
Christina Pickles, Trish on JAG, is perhaps better remembered as Judy Geller from Friends. She has some guest roles on shows like Another World and Guiding Light, as well as voice acting for games and shows like Family Guy. She is married to filmmaker and journalist Ian Masters.
Ned Schmidtke had a small role on JAG as Congressman Harold Fetzer, but this is far from his only acting credit. In fact, he played Frank Meyers in Wedding Crashers, Bishop White on Days of Our Lives and Terry Cavanaugh on Medium. He also played Dr. Blackwell for the television series, Code Black.
Vicellous Shannon played Midshipman Kevin Dupree on JAG, however, he was also Keith Palmer, son of President David Palmer, on the second season of 24. In addition to a guest role on CSI, Shannon has also played in Sons of Anarchy and Bones, as well as starring alongside Donnie Wahlberg, James Franco and Tyrese Gibson in the movie Annapolis.
Jordana Spiro played Catherine Graves on JAG for a brief period of time before moving on to other performances, such as Detective Jenna Villette on The Good Wife and Rachael Miller for Harry’s Law. She has also played Rachel in Ozark and also Sarah Weller in Blindspot.
Michele Dalcin had a few roles on JAG, and after the show she kept acting. She played Miriam in The Long Ride Home, as well as Mary Johnson in Grosse Pointe. Her final acting credit was for the film Redemption of the Ghost, and now she is enjoying some time away from the cameras.
Commander Carpenter was played by actress Crystal Carson, who was also General Hospital‘s Juliet Barrett. She was also Lydia on Club 5150. Now, however, Carson works as an acting coach, with some big name clients such as Jennifer Beals and Paula Abdul. Talk about impressive!
Marcy Kaplan played Millie on JAG, but she got her start as Marlo Ungerschtemer on the show, Days Of Our Lives. She has also been in Strong Medicine, Strange Hearts, and her most famous role, Marnie Lapper in The Pre Nup. And she is a writer too! Wow!
Shaw Jones did not necessarily make waves during his time on JAG. He is perhaps better known as Sam in The Letter or Leo in The Heist. This has been a busy year for Shaw– Robert Perkins for Blue (2018) and Stringer for the film, End of Sentence starring Logan Lerman. You can also see him playing Owen in the short called, The Fifth of November. Some resume!
Guy Garner played Lt. Tom Hart during his JAG days, but now he is better known for his role as Anthony in Assassins Tale. Sadly, Hart has not had an acting credit since 2013.
Laura Putney played Catherine Gale, but after JAG she went on to shows like ER and Cake, and ACME Saturday Night. Seems like Cake was her last job though. Maybe she is taking time to focus on her writing!
Loryn Locklin played Jill Waddington on the show, but since it ended, her career has slowed down a bit. Her acting credits include Fortress, JAG and Taking Care of Business. She has since retired to enjoy time with her child.
On JAG, Jack Conley played Bob Stanich. He was in films like The Purge: Anarchy, Fast & Furious or Traffic. He was also Detective Danny Sportelli for NCIS and voiced for the kids’ show, Doc McStuffins. He is married to Francesca Casale.
On the show, Seth Jaffe played Colonel Warren, but can also be seen on NYPD Blue, and in the short New York to Malibu. He is most well known for playing a sober coach on the A&E show, Relapse. What an inspiration!
Mario Schugel played Tuna, better known as Lt. Medwick, on JAG. He was also Braedon O’Connor on the show, The Division, and has played on ER, Charmed and Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior, and more recently, Will in a short called, The Firefly Girls.
Laurence Lau played Dr. Lawrence Gettis. Since then, he has been on Law & Order, played Brian Wheatley on As the World Turns and Greg Nelson for the show, All My Children. He recently played Cecil’s dad for the television film, The Bar Mitzvah Club.
Thomas Anthony Jones
Thomas Anthony Jones played Special Agent Dobbs and the Navy Captain. Fans of Larry David’s Curb Your Enthusiasm will remember Jones as Valet Offendee during “The Surrogate”. What a great episode! He was also Galloway on the series, Eve and Mr. Drake in #REALITYHIGH (2017).
Rick Pasqualone played Captain David White and Lt. Kyle on JAG. Since then, he has mainly done voice acting, such as for video games and naturally, also for HBO: The Making of ‘The Sopranos: Road to Respect’. He even did Family Guy too! Pasqualone played Charles Michaelson on the show, All My Children and Earnest Sevier Cox in The Marcus Garvey Story (2018).
David Quane is kown to JAG fans as both a Seahawk Pilot and the Chief Petty Officer Basilio. Quane starred in FDR: American Badass! and played Henry Kesha for Range 15, a zombie apocalypse film. Quane is also a producer in addition to being an actor.
Sibel Ergener played Skates, also known as Lt. Elizabeth Hawkes, on JAG. While filming an episode for the show on a nuclear-powered carrier, she met Peter D. Galindez, and the two are now married! The two have two kids. Ergener, now Galindez, lives in Virginia with her family, and has also worked as an assistant director for community theatre.
John Walcutt played Tom Johnson and Caleb Farmer on JAG, but most people remember him better as Reporter Roy in the hit film Seabiscuit. He has also been in films such as Virtuosity and Termite: The Walls Have Eyes.
Gary Graham played Captain Tobias Ingles on JAG, but is also known as Detective Matthew Sikes in the TV show Alien Nation. The California native was originally planning to be a doctor, but he switched from pre-med to acting when he could not maintain a 4.0 GPA. Now he has been in over 38 TV shows and 40 movies!
Caludette Nevins played Mrs. Porter Webb on JAG, but more fans will recognize her from Star Trek: Insurrection, Sleeping with the Enemy and Tuff Tuff. Before getting married to and having children with Benjamin Levy Pick, Nevins was married to Elliot Howard Nevins. She has worked with the Antaeus Company and done staged readings of many famous plays like Eugene O’Neill’s Long Day’s Journey into Night.
Scott Haven played the Chief of Chaplains on JAG, but many fans know him from his work on Star Trek: First Contact and also Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Since JAG ended, he has been on shows like Grey’s Anatomy, Desperate Housewives and Brothers & Sisters.
Sean Murray played Danny Walden and also Ensign Terry Guitry on JAG, but most people remember him as Thackery Binx, the ghost boy turned cat, from Hocus Pocus. He is also Timothy McGee on NCIS. Murray is married to Carrie James with two kids.
John Roselius played Admiral Drake on JAG, but you probably know him as Baron’s Manager in the hit movie Space Jam. He also had parts in The Truman Show and Con Air. He was even in the ‘This Is Your Brain on Drugs’ PSA. JAG was his final acting credit.
Bill Bolender played Captain Ross on JAG, but many more people know him as Elmo Blatch from The Shawshank Redemption or Ben in the film Looking Glass (2018). He was also Sheriff Turner in the movie Dante’s Peak. He’s in in RoboCop 2 too!
Giuliana Santini played the role as Francesca Paretti on JAG, but also played Gina Sloan for the show Homefront. She guest starred in shows such as, ER and Chicago Hope. Santini’s final acting credit is in the movie Room 101.
Vladimir Skomarovsky played Israeli Minister Barruch, but then took on the role of Colonel Mikhail Parlovsky on JAG. He is better known for roles in 2010 and Fatal Attraction. The actor, born in the Ukraine, played Boris Kutenko for the movie, American Dream.
Jameson Parker, for his final acting credit, played the CIA Deputy Director named Harrison Kershaw. Of course, he was also A.J. Simon from the CBS show Simon & Simon and the same character on Magnum, P.I. and Whiz Kids. In 1992, Parker was shot by a neighbor following an argument, but luckily made a full recovery (the neighbor went to jail for nine years). Parker also voiced the narrator for the documentary called Endangered Species: California Fish and Game Wardens (2009). He also wrote a memoir called An Accidental Cowboy.
Ben Murphy not only played Lt. Colonel John Farrow, but he was also Captain Neilsen. We can’t forget his performance as Kid Curry on Alias Smith and Jones, or on Medicine Woman and Dr. Quinn. His final acting credit was as Professor Campbell in The Genesis Code. He was also once top seeded in Southern California for tennis!
David Ackert played both Wahib Shawaf and Captain Balducci on JAG. He also played in shows like CSI: Miami and Monk but his final credit is as an Iranian Officer in 5th & Alameda. He is a published writer too! He also works as a mentor and President of The Ackert Advisory and founder of a pipeline management software called Practice Pipeline. Talk about impressive!
Afshar was Osman Rashid on JAG. This actor’s life got turned into a movie produced by Warner Bros called American Wrestler: The Wizard. His family fled the Iranian Revolution before settling in California. Afshar told The Washington Times, “This movie is about me and my family. Obviously we made it a more entertaining story, so we took some Hollywood liberties. But the whole theme of this movie is hope, inspiration — showing the American dream.” What an inspiration!
Catherine Bell played the famous Mac, Lt Colonel Sarah MacKenzie on JAG. After the show ended, she had roles like Denise Sherwood in Army Wives and Cassie in The Good Witch. She was also the Grand Marshal for the NASCAR Cup Series in 2007. She is also a practicing Scientologist.