On September 21,1998 we first met best friends and completely platonic soulmates, Will Truman and Grace Adler. Now 15 years later, the hysterical and historic sitcom is back on WE tv and we already know what’s on the mind of any “Will & Grace” fan…Where are they now?
Of course we’d love to know if sidekicks Karen and Jack are still living (and drinking) happily ever after and if Will is still Grace’s person, but let’s not forget about the talented actors that brought this unforgettable cast into our lives.
We remember him as the handsome, gay, successful lawyer Will Truman but did you know he currently plays a schizophrenic professor who helps the FBI solve crimes in the hit drama “Perception?” Is there any role this man can’t play? Obviously not, because he is also the voice of “Lucky” on the cartoon series, “Pound Puppies.”
After receiving an Emmy for playing Grace Adler, Debra Messing knows how to choose the roles that land her right back on the red carpet. In 2008 she was nominated for Outstanding Lead Actress in a mini-series, “The Starter Wife” and most recently starred in Steven Spielberg’s production, “Smash.” Her next stop is Broadway along with a sitcom pilot already in the works.
Sean Hayes was more than “Just Jack” on Will & Grace. His portrayal of Will’s funny, outspoken gay friend won him an Emmy and Hollywood’s attention. The actor has played numerous roles on screen and stage. He was nominated for a Tony Award in 2010 and is getting ready for the premiere of his new sitcom, “Sean Saves The World.”
Sure we miss seeing Karen mock her boss Grace and referring to Will as “Wilma,” but luckily we still get to hear her voice. After the show’s finale, Megan starred in her own talk show and made iconic guest appearances on hit shows like “30 Rock” and “Parks and Recreation.” She currently sings and tours with her band, Nancy & Beth, and recently has been cast in a new Disney film.