“Love Actually” turns 10 today, which means there is no better time to look back on the many, many stars of the film who remain popular today.
In fact, quite a few members of the ensemble cast have become big names in some of the most popular shows of our current television landscape.
In honor of the spirit of Throwback Thursday, here’s a look at the stars of “Love Actually” who currently populate the small screen. A lot has changed for some in the past 10 years.
Now: Rick Grimes on “The Walking Dead”
Then: Jeannie – the American Angel
Now: Betty Draper on “Mad Men”
Now: John Watson on “Sherlock”
Now: Jojen Reed on “Game of Thrones”
Then: Carla – the Real Friendly One
Now: Karen Desai on “Twisted”
Then: Stacey – the American Dreamgirl
Now: Carrie Hopewell on “Banshee”
Then: Just Judy
Now: Elizabeth I in “Doctor Who – The Day of the Doctor”
Now: Marceline the Vampire Queen on “Adventure Time”
It’s also worth giving a special shout out to two “Love Actually” stars whose American television shows concluded their run in 2013: Elisha Cuthbert from “Happy Endings” and Laura Linney from “The Big C.”
Who was your favorite character in “Love Actually”?