If you didn't watch at least one episode of ER when it was on TV, did you even grow up in the 90s?
The original medical drama was basically the best thing to happen to cable, and with 15 seasons it was easy to watch and get attached.
With that many episodes, a lot of characters came and went.
Obviously we couldn't go through every single character and do a "where are they now" because that would take 24 years, but we sought out some of the main doctors and a couple important nurses who really impacted the entire series.
Sorry if we missed your favorite...but also, your favorite should be all of them.
Dr. Mark Greene made us all weep with his letter to the ER staff after he died, but now Anthony Edwards is out there winning awards for best producer. You go, Dr Greene!
I mean, really? Do I need to do this one? Dr. Doug Ross is doing just FINE.
Dr. Susan Lewis was the voice of reason and kept us feeling safe until she left the show in 2005. Now, Stringfield is just coming off a role on Under The Dome and is still picking up guest appearances on shows like Curb Your Enthusiasm.
Carol Hathaway was as strong as they come. Working through her pregnancy (TWINS!) and never stopping. Now, Marguilles is coming off an incredibly successful series in The Good Wife and has no intentions of slowing down.
Full disclosure: Dr. John Carter was my first TV crush and I'm still hopelessly in love with him. Noah Wyle headlined his own TV series on TNT called "Falling Skies", an alien invasion drama. He's now lined up to star in a CBS pilot "Perfect Citizen" starting this fall.
Eriq La Salle
Dr. Peter Benton was that guy we all hated but also loved to death. Him hugging Carter when John realized he needed to go to rehab was one of the most moving moments of the entire series. Now, La Salle is sitting pretty with his role in the Wolverine franchise.
Remember when Dr. Archie Morris found out he had a ton of kids through a sperm bank and tried to find them all? Classic Morris. Grimes has kept up in show business, with roles on Family Guy, American Dad, Justified, and has a new show coming out called Orville.
Dr. Jing-Mei 'Deb' Chen was someone we grew to love. She took a hiatus from the show to voice Mulan and that's 100% fine. Now, she's kicking-ass on "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D."