Yesterday, we took a look back at one of our all-time favourite Christmas movies, Love Actually, and learnt where the cast was today. As it turns out, this star-studded cast list is so long, we had to split it in to two! Join us as we find out where the rest are now.
- Billy Bob Thornton (President of the USA) – Thornton has released a few more Christmas flicks since Love Actually, namely Bad Santa (released the same year) and this year’s sequel, Bad Santa 2.
- Heike Makatsch (Mia) – Since her role as Alan Rickman’s character’s potential mistress, Makatsch has appeared in a number of German TV shows and movies. She also released an album with her husband Max Schroder in 2009.
- Kris Marshall (Colin) – He played the US-obsessed (and women-obsessed) Colin in the 2003 film, and continues to work in TV and radio in the UK.
- Abdul Salis (Tony) – Marshall’s on-screen bestie turned to TV after Love Actually, playing a paramedic in the UK medical drama Casualty.
- Ivana Milicevic (Stacey) – Milicevic had a string of roles in television and film before becoming a main character in Banshee.
- Elisha Cuthbert (Carol-Anne) – Another one of Colin’s new American friends, Cuthbert continued to appear in the action series 24 as well as Happy Endings and Netflix show The Ranch.
- January Jones (Jeannie) – Jones shot to fame after landing a lead role in hit TV show Mad Men and X-Men: First Class.
- Shannon Elizabeth (Harriet) – Elizabeth hasn’t had a great deal of success post-Love Actually, but did compete in Dancing with the Stars in 2008, finishing sixth.
- Denise Richards (Carla) – The former model still has quite the career in film and TV, also competing in Dancing with the Stars in 2009. She was the second celeb to be eliminated.
- Bill Nighy (Billy Mack) – Still one of the world’s most beloved actors, Nighy has since scored roles in the Harry Potter series and The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel.
- Gregor Fisher (Joe) – From 2008 to 2014, Fisher reprised his role as the title character in Rab C. Nesbitt and continues to appear in film and television.
- Rowan Atkinson (Rufus) – He mightn’t’ve had much screen time, but Atkinson had one of the most memorable roles in Love Actually. Since, he’s returned to playing Mr. Bean and Johnny English.
Tell us in the comments below, what’s your favourite festive flick of all time?