Charlie's Angels was a crime drama TV series that ran on the ABC Network from 1976 until 1981. The show itself revolved around a group of young woman who join the "Charles Townsend Agency" due to their dissatisfaction with their current jobs where they work as private investigators for the mysterious "Charlie". The young women are given the nickname "Angels". Because of the show's crazy popularity, leading stars such as Farrah Fawcett, became pop culture icons with long and successful careers. But what about the rest of the cast?
Before joining the "Charles Townsend Agency", "Julie Rogers" had gotten into a few issues with the law, having been sent to "Sybil Brand Correctional Facility" for 6 months for shoplifting. She also had graduated from a modeling school before her recruitment as a private investigator.
After the show's cancelation in 1981, Roberts went on to star in a few different TV movies and series such as Murder Me, Murder You, Hot Line, The Blues Brothers Animated Series as well as a recurring role in the popular series That 70's Show. Roberts was married to her husband Barry Roberts until his death in 2006 and now currently resides in Hollywood Hills, California.
"Tiffany Welles" was the musician of the group being a skilled violinist and an opera enthusiast. She was trained at the Boston Police Academy where she graduated at the top of her class before joining "Charlie's" team of private investigators.
After leaving Charlie's Angels in 1980, Shelley Hack moved on to star in several different movies and TV shows such as The King of Comedy, Vanities, The Stepfather and Jack And Mike. Hack later got into politics and became a media consultant for pre- and post-conflict countries, like Bosnia & Herzegovina. She also currently works as a producer with her last job being on the set of Summer of Dreams back in 2016.
"Jill Monroe" is one of the founding employees of the "Charles Townsend Detective Agency". She continued to stay in touch with "Charlie" and even did a few jobs for him here and there. "Monroe" is also a professional race car driver who even won the Grand Prix in 1979.
Farrah Fawcett moved on to star in other shows like The Burning Bed, Nazi Hunter: The Beate Klarsfeld Story, Poor Little Rich Girl: The Barbara Hutton Story, Double Exposure: The Story of Margaret Bourke-White and Small Sacrifices. Sadly, Farrah was diagnosed with cancer in 2006 and succumbed to it in 2009.
"Sabrina Duncan" was also a founding employee of the "Charles Townsend Detective Agency" and acted as a team leader for the group. She left the agency after three years of service to start a family.
Kate Jackson moved on to star in the hit series Scarecrow & Mrs. King, Baby Boom as well as several other minor roles on popular television shows. She currently has one adopted son, Charles Taylor Jackson.
"Kris Munroe" was trained at the San Francisco Police Academy serving as a switchboard officer with a slightly damaged childhood due to her father's alcoholism.
Cheryl Ladd first came to Hollywood to pursue a career in music, but decided to replace Farrah Fawcett in the series Charlie's Angels in 1977. Afterwards she was able to continue her music career releasing a long list of singles from 1970 until 1982. Ladd most recently starred in A Royal New Year's Eve back in 2017 and is currently married to music producer Brian Russell.
"John Bosley" had been working with "Charlie" for more than five years before the beginning of the series. Having done some work in the field, he stayed in the office for most of the series assisting the "Angels" and keeping them in contact with "Charlie".
David Doyle had already started his acting career in 1959. Charlie's Angels came smack in the middle of his career, but was succeeded by a huge list of minor roles on popular shows like Murder, She Wrote, Hart to Hart, The Love Boat and Foofur. Doyle sadly passed away in Los Angeles, California from a heart attack on February 26, 1997. He was 67 at the time.
"Kelly Garrett" also trained at the Los Angeles Police Accademy before being recruited to "Charlie's" agency. Her character is rather tough, having been raised an orphan and moving from one foster home to another.
Jaclyn Smith continued to star in numerous TV series and movies over the course of the 80's and 90's such as Windmills of the Gods and The Night They Saved Christmas. She also starred in the popular TV movie The Bourne Identity as well as the hit blockbuster Deja Vu. Smith received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1985. She has been married four times in total and is currently married to the surgeon Dr. Brad Allen. On top of her accomplishments, she was also able to beat breast cancer in 2003 and was featured in a documentary on the topic in 2010.