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Happened To
The Cast
Of Glee?
After "Glee" closed, Riley landed herself another leading role in a West End production of "Dreamgirls," a part that earned her an Olivier Award for Best Actress in a Musical in 2017. In 2020, Riley released her debut album, "Riley," which consisted of six songs.
Amber Riley [Mercedes]
Morrison has gone one to guest star in a number of successful TV franchises, most notably "The Good Wife," "Grey's Anatomy," and "American Horror Story." Recently he was fired as a judge from "So You Think You Can Dance" after "inappropriate" texts were sent to a female contestant.
Matthew Morrison [Mr. Schue]
Ushkowitz's post-"Glee" career has consisted of more serious roles in independent films like "Yellow Fever," "Hello Again," and "1 Night in San Diego." She's also been active on the stage, starring in the Broadway production of "Waitress."
Jenna Ushkowitz [Tina]
Colfer has remained relatively off-screen compared to other members of the series, however, the actor began writing children's and young adult novels in 2012. His most popular series, "The Land of Stories," offers 12 books that are based on Grimm's folk and fairy tales, two of which ended up on the New York Times Bestsellers List.
Chris Colfer [Kurt]
Shum has been working consistently, appearing in YouTube Red's "Single by 30," "Crazy Rich Asians," and Freeform's "Shadowhunters, which earned him a People's Choice Award. Most recently he’s been seen in Paramount+'s "Tell Me A Story" and Comedy Central's "Awkwafina is Nora from Queens."
Harry Shum Jr. [Mike]