Where to see your favorite OUAT stars!
Merrin Dungey stars in
"Big Little Lies" on HBO Sundays.
Jessy Schram has a recurring role on "Nashville" Wednesdays on ABC.
Richard Schiff (King Leopold) stars in the series "Rogue" on DirecTV.
He also has a good role in the BBC series "Dirk Gently, Holistic Detective."
Giancarlo Esposito (Sidney) guest-stars on "Better Call Saul April 17" on AMC
and will appear in the new Mazerunner movie in 2018!
John Lithgow appears on "Harry" Wednesday, 4/19.
Meghan Ory (Ruby) stars in this on the Hallmark Channel: Coming Summer 2016 is
the anticipated series premiere of “Chesapeake Shores,” starring Jesse Metcalfe
(“Dallas”), Meghan Ory (“Once Upon A Time”), Golden Globe® nominated actor Treat
Williams (“Everwood,” “Hair”), Academy Award® nominee Diane Ladd (“Wild At
Heart”) and Barbara Niven (“Debbie Macomber’s Cedar Cove”). The 8-episode season
is based on the novels of the same name by New York Times bestselling author
Abby O’Brien (Ory) is a high-powered career woman, divorcee and mother to two
young daughters. After years away from her family, she takes a trip from New
York City to her hometown of Chesapeake Shores. The visit brings her face to
face with her past, including her high school sweetheart Trace (Metcalfe), her
father Mick (Williams), her sister Jess, and her beloved grandmother, Nell
(Ladd). This trip also makes Abby notice the toll her career has taken on her
ability to be a hands-on mother to her daughters. As she spends more time in her
charming hometown, Abby begins to consider a permanent move to the town she once
called home -- Chesapeake Shores. Niven also stars as Megan, Mick O’Brien’s
Dan Paulson is the executive producer of “Chesapeake Shores.” Martin Wood is the
director and executive producer. Vicki Sotheran and Greg Malcolm are the
producers. Nancey Silvers is the writer and executive producer, based on the
books by Sherryl Woods, who also serves as an executive producer.
Wil Traval (Sheriff of
Nottingham/Keith) stars in "Jessica Jones" on Netflix.
Sebastian Stan (ex-Mad Hatter) appears in "The Bronze," out later this year.
Robbie Kay (Peter Pan) stars in "Heroes Reborn" on NBC this Fall!
David Anders (Whale)
stars in iZombie on The CW.
Sophie Lowe (Alice) has a few movies
coming out soon.
Bailee Madison (Young Snow White) appears regularly in "The Fosters" on ABC
Jamie Dornan stars in the movie "Fifty Shades of Grey"
and its sequels, as well as in the
show "The Fall".
Noah Bean (ex-Daniel) stars in "12 Monkeys" on Syfy.
His character was killed, but he could re-appear, since it's science fiction and
involves time travel and alternate realities.
Giancarlo Esposito (Sidney) has a lot of new
movies coming out and will appear in the Netflix series "The Get Down."
Richard Schiff (King
Leopold) and Raphael Sbarge
(Archie/Jiminiy) both star in "Murder in the First" on TNT.
Whoopi Goldberg (Mrs. Rabbit) appears
every weekday on "The View" on ABC.
Jennifer Morrison (Emma) has 3 or 4 new movies coming out.
Robert Carlyle (Gold/Rumple) has a new movie out in 2015 and does a video
game voice this year.
Emilie de Ravin (Belle) has a new movie out this year.
Arenberg (Grumpy) has 3 new movies coming out soon.
Michael Raymond-James (Neal) has 3 movies coming out soon.
Sarah Bolger (Princess Aurora) has 3 movies coming out soon.
Alan Dale (King George) frequently guest-stars on NCIS. He also guest-stars
on "CSI: Cyber" Sunday, February 21 on CBS.
Sebastian Stan (Jefferson/Mad Hatter) appears in the Captain America movies
as Bucky/Winter Soldier. He has four other movies out as well.
Rigby (Red Queen) has 2 new movies out in 2014.
Lithgow (White Rabbit) has 3 movies coming out.
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