Will & Grace was produced from 1998 until 2006 and reached a total of eight seasons. The sitcom brought millions of viewers in front of the TV and won countless awards. It‘s about two best friends, "Will" and "Grace", who meet in college and live together in an apartment in New York City. What happened to the show’s stars after it ended? Check out our gallery to find out!
Playing the interior designer "Grace Adler", Debra Messing achieved international fame next to Eric McCormack alias "Will" in Will & Grace. Her role as "Grace" was amazing and Debra Messing won countless awards…
After the show ended, Debra Messing kept her career going. She played the lead in the miniseries The Starter Wife, for which she even got a nomination for a Golden Globe and a SAG Award. From 2014 until 2016, Debra Messing also starred in the series Detective Laura Diamond. In 2012, Messing broke up with her boyfriend, the actor Daniel Zelman after a twelve-year-relationship.
Eric McCormack embodied the gay lawyer "Will Truman". For his role, Eric McCormack was nominated for the Golden Globe Award five times and in 2001 he won the Emmy Award as Best Actor in a Comedy Series. Do you want know what the handsome actor looks like today?
After numerous smaller parts and cameos in series and movies, McCormack played the lead in Perception, which aired from 2012 until 2015. Besides acting, Eric McCormack works as a dubbing actor as well. For instance, Eric lent his voice to "Lucky" in Pound Puppies. McCormack has been married to Janet Holden since 1997.
Sean Hayes played "Will’s" gay best friend "Jack McFarland". Due to his loud and hyped-up nature "Jack" draws a lot of attention to himself. Sean Hayes won an Emmy Award and three SAG-Awards for his role as "Jack".
Hayes went on to star in several TV-series after the end of Will & Grace. Films like Hit and Run and the show Tangled: The Series are among the projects he appeared in. Hayes was also in the stage production Promises, and even got nominated for a Tony Award. Since 2014, Sean Hayes has been happily married to the music producer Scott Icenogle.
Megan Mullally played "Karen Walker" – the wife of a millionaire. "Karen" is a good person, but has a nasty temper. Megan Mullally got nominated for a Golden Globe Award and won an Emmy Award three times for her portrayal of "Karen"...
After the end of Will & Grace, Megan Mullally appeared in Boston Legal and had roles in films like What to Expect When You‘re Expecting and Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day. In 2017 alone, Mullally appeared in the movies Lemon, Infinity Baby and The Disaster Artist - and maybe more. What a career! Since 2003, Megan Mullally is married to Nick Offerman, who is a successful actor and comedian as well.
Shelley Morrison embodied "Karen’s" maid "Rosario Salazar". To get a green card, "Rosario" married "Jack" for a short while. Fun fact: Shelley actually played a housemaid not only in Will & Grace, but also in another show!
Morrison’s career is not really a big one. Over the last couple of years, Morrison only had some smaller cameos in series and worked as a dubbing actor for cartoons.