ER had us staying in one night a week for fifteen years. The medical drama boasted a main cast that was the envy of all other shows, not to mention the long list of guest stars. It seems that all who touched ER had their career skyrocket as a result of show’s reputation. The NBC network show aired from 1994 to 2009, opened the doors to the hospital floor over the course of 15 seasons and 331 episodes. The show won 23 Primetime Emmy Awards, and was nominated a jaw-dropping 124 times! The show won a total of 116 awards over the course of its run. To this day there are those who reference the show, progressing the show to classic status. You must be wondering what happened to the cast – some made it big, while others disappeared, either way we know what they are up to now, and we are sharing the info with you.
Mr. Clooney! We all know how his career turned out. However, before he was the heavyweight actor he is today, Clooney played the role of Dr. Doug Ross on the ER. Dr. Ross was the resident pediatrician, who has a long list of on-screen love interests, but only one serious one with Nurse Carol Hathaway (their love made you all emotional, don’y deny it!). Clooney was on ER from season 1 to season 5. George Clooney has since gone on to act, produce and direct films. He is one of the biggest names in Hollywood and considered one of the sexiest men alive. His most recent projects include, The Monuments Men, Tomorrowland, Gravity, Money Monster, and Ocean’s Eight.