'Veronica Mars': Where are they now?

Updated 2:12 PM ET, Thu September 20, 2018
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"Veronica Mars" first premiered on September 22, 2004 and a decade later fans are still in love. The movie version, Kickstarted by the series' diehard supporters, arrived in theaters in March 2014. In September 2018 it was announced that Hulu would reboot the series with Kristen Bell back as the title character. In honor of that we catch up with where the cast is now: Warner Bros.
Since playing series star Veronica Mars, Kristen Bell has appeared in TV shows like "Heroes" and "House of Lies," along with lending her voice to "Gossip Girl" for six seasons. On the big screen she had a standout role in "Forgetting Sarah Marshall," and earned her first major blockbuster with the animated movie "Frozen." Getty Images/Warner Bros.
As Veronica's father, Keith, Enrico Colantoni was a fan favorite. Since then, he's starred on the recently canceled "Flashpoint" and shown up on shows including "Person of Interest," "Madam Secretary," and "Travelers." Getty Images/Warner Bros.
Wallace, the Watson to Veronica's Sherlock, was always there to help his friend out of a jam. Percy Daggs III has made appearances on series such as "Southland" and "The New Adventures of Peter and Wendy" as well as the film "In the Hive." Getty Images/Warner Bros.
Since his role as Veronica's troubled on-again/off-again boyfriend Logan, Jason Dohring starred in another short-lived series, "Moonlight," took a recurring role on Sarah Michelle Gellar's "Ringer" and guest-starred in The CW's "The Tomorrow People." He also played Detective Will Kinney on "The Originals."
Weevil was a constant in Veronica's life, and always in and out of trouble. Francis Capra has since popped up across the dial on shows such as "Heroes," "Sons of Anarchy" and "NCIS." Getty Images/Warner Bros.
Dick Casablancas is one of the more memorable "Veronica Mars" characters, which has undoubtedly helped Ryan Hansen's career. He has since starred on "Party Down" (also from "Mars" creator Rob Thomas) and recently showed up on "2 Broke Girls" as Caroline's boyfriend. But his "Mars" character is so popular with fans that in addition to the 2014 movie, Hansen got a gig playing Dick in a Web-based spinoff series. Getty Images/Warner Bros.
Duncan Kane, Veronica's ex-boyfriend and Lilly's brother, was played by Teddy Dunn, who later appeared in "Jumper" and "CSI: NY." Getty Images/Warner Bros.
Tina Majorino played Veronica's friend Mac. She has kept busy since with roles on "Big Love," "Bones," "True Blood" and "Grey's Anatomy." She has also reprised her "Napoleon Dynamite" role on the Fox animated series. Getty Images/Warner Bros.
Sheriff Don Lamb was often a thorn in Veronica and Keith Mars' sides during the show's run. Michael Muhney has since portrayed Adam on "The Young and the Restless." Getty Images/Warner Bros.
Real life couple Harry Hamlin and Lisa Rinna played Aaron and Lynn Echolls on the show. After "Veronica Mars," Hamlin showed up on "Army Wives," "Mad Men" and "Shameless," while Rinna competed on "Celebrity Apprentice" and "Dancing with the Stars" in addition to her work on "Days of Our Lives." Getty Images/Warner Bros.
Amanda Seyfried often appeared in flashbacks as Veronica's murdered friend, Lilly Kane, during the show's first season. This role put Seyfried on the map. The "Mean Girls" actress has since starred in films such as "Mamma Mia!" "In Time" and "Les Miserables" before portraying adult film star Linda Lovelace in "Lovelace." Getty Images/Warner Bros.
After playing Leo D'Amato, a love interest of Veronica's, Max Greenfield guest-starred on a number of series before hitting it big as Schmidt on "New Girl." Getty Images/Warner Bros.
Sydney Tamiia Poitier, daughter of Sidney Poitier, played Veronica's teacher Mallory Dent during the show's first season. She later appeared on the short-lived reboot of "Knight Rider" and in a guest arc on "Private Practice." She is one of the few "Veronica Mars" faces who didn't appear in the 2014 film. Getty Images/Warner Bros.
Ken Marino was another actor Rob Thomas brought over to "Party Down." The former Vinnie Van Lowe has also starred on "Childrens Hospital" and had a guest role on the final season of "Eastbound & Down." Getty Images/Warner Bros.
Before playing the title character on ABC's short-lived "Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23," Krysten Ritter was Gia Goodman, daughter of baseball team owner Woody Goodman. Before the "B----," she also had memorable turns on "Gilmore Girls" and "Breaking Bad." Getty Images/Warner Bros.
"Buffy the Vampire Slayer's" Alyson Hannigan occasionally showed up as Logan Echolls' sister Trina. She has since starred on "How I Met Your Mother" for nine seasons, and reprised her "American Pie" role in 2012's "American Reunion." Getty Images/Warner Bros.
Steve Guttenberg's role as Woody Goodman was something of a departure from many of his affable performances in the past. He has kept busy in movies since then and played a fictional version of himself on "Party Down." Getty Images/Warner Bros.
Jessy Schram has been all over the small screen since playing Hannah Griffith. She has starred on "Falling Skies," "Last Resort" and played "Once Upon a Time's" Cinderella. Getty Images/Warner Bros.
Charisma Carpenter was known to audiences for playing Cordelia on "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and "Angel" before she became Dick Casablancas' stepmother, Kendall. She has since had recurring roles on ABC Family's now-defunct "Greek" and "The Lying Game." Getty Images/Warner Bros.
Alona Tal played Meg, one of the wealthy Neptune residents who was actually kind to Veronica -- at least, for a time. Since "Veronica Mars," Tal's acted in TV shows such as "Supernatural" and "Burn Notice" and movies such as 2013's "Broken City." Michael Buckner/Getty Images/Star Magazine
Erica Gimpel played Wallace's mom, Alicia Fennel, who was skeptical of Keith Mars' nonchalance about his daughter's private-eye work on the side. The former "Fame" star also has appeared in "Boston Legal," "The Young and the Restless," "Nikita" and "True Blood." Scott Humbert/Warner Bros./Getty Images, Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images
Amanda Noret played the popular girl everyone loved to hate, Madison Sinclair. Noret has acted sparingly since "Veronica Mars" but reprised the role in the new movie. Warner Bros., FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP/Getty Images
Tessa Thompson's Jackie Cook could earn the most improved award for "Veronica Mars." The character, who dated Veronica's friend Wallace, started out as unlikable, but she quickly transitioned to being one of the gang. Since "Mars," Thompson has had a steady stream of roles, from "Heroes" to the indie favorite "Dear White People" (2014). David Livingston/Getty Images
Those on Team Piz will always adore Chris Lowell, who played the good, stable boyfriend to Logan's hotheaded bad boy. Since "Mars," Lowell has appeared in hit films such as "Up in the Air" and "The Help" as well as on TV in "Private Practice." Jason Merritt/Getty Images