What The Cast Of Greek Looks Like Now

It's been more than a decade since Rusty Cartwright showed up at Cyprus Rhodes University as a naïve freshman intent on rushing a fraternity (much to his sister's chagrin). And yet, the world in which Rusty and his collegiate peers inhabited on the ABC Family series Greek somehow never gets old. Drama, friendship, keggers, love triangles — this show had all the makings of a guilty pleasure.

Given that the show lasted four seasons, fans felt invested in the lives of the main pledges. Alas, as is also the case with college in real life, the fun had to come to an end. With talks of a TV movie reboot in the works in 2016, we had hope that we'd finally find out what became of everyone's favorite fraternity brothers and sorority sisters after graduation. But alas, that dream was shattered in 2017.

As for what happened to the actors who portrayed them, well, they've done pretty well for themselves since saying goodbye to Greek. Here's a rundown of their post-college credits. 

Clark Duke (Dale Kettlewell)

Who could forget adorkable Dale Kettlewell? Clark Duke imbued his Jesus-lovin', judgment-passin' character with such easy charisma that Dale proved impossible not to like. Duke went on to parlay his comedic appeal into roles on hit TV shows such as The Office, Two and a Half Men, and Mom. Arguably his most recognized post-Greek work to date is on the film-front as part of three major franchises: Kick-Ass, Hot Tub Time Machine, and The Croods.

With The Croods 2 hitting theaters in the summer of 2018, it's a sure thing that — even when you aren't seeing him — you'll be hearing more from the actor in the near future. Duke, who played Mike Lazzo on the animated comedy Robot Chicken from 2008 to 2013, admits he's a fan of voice work, calling the process "pretty amazing."  

Where fans aren't likely to see or hear Duke, however, is in a Greek reboot. "They can do it without me just fine," Duke told Page Six in 2017 about a TV movie version of the college comedy. Considering a reboot doesn't seem to be happening, this won't be an issue.

Scott Michael Foster (Cappie)

Greek fans' heart still skip a beat when thinking of Scott Michael Foster's character. While Cappie wasn't without drama and definitely wasn't stoked to start adulting, the Kappa Tau president filled the show with heart.

Happily, Foster hasn't strayed far from fans' line of sight. After Greek's final farewell, the actor cruised right along on TV with cameos in Parenthood, The Closer, Zero Hour, Halt and Catch Fire, and more. His career really started heating up in 2014, when he landed recurring roles on Chasing Life as well as a Once Upon a Time (as Frozen's Kristoff, no less!). By 2015, he was starring on Blood & Oil and had been dubbed an actor to watch by Variety. He continued to live up to the title, snagging a part in the Emmy-winning series Crazy Ex-Girlfriend in 2017.

In 2018, Foster decided to take a more proactive approach to his art, telling Vulture, "I produced and starred in Wake the Riderless Horse, a short film that my buddy wrote and directed. ... He and I decided we wanted to start making our own stuff instead of waiting around for other people to hire us."

Spencer Grammer (Casey Cartwright)

Spencer Grammer gave life to Greek's quintessential sorority girl, Casey Cartwright. This Zeta Beta Zeta found herself the object of both Cappie's and his BFF Evan Chamber's affection, leading to plenty of back-and-forth boy trouble. These days, Grammer has one main man: her son Emmett, who was born shortly after Greek ended in 2011. Grammer and her then-husband (and Emmett's dad), James Hesketh, split in 2017.

On the work-front, Grammer hasn't slowed down much. She's enjoyed appearances on top TV shows every year since Greek's end, including Royal Pains, Chicago P.D., Scorpion, and Grey's Anatomy. She has also ventured into the film realm, albeit in lesser known movies like 2017's The Outdoorsman. Grammer is perhaps best known for her voice work on the animated series Rick and Morty from 2013 to 2017.

As of 2018, the actress also attends Columbia University as a grad student in film. "We need more female voices on this other side of the camera. I love directing and feel honored to be a storyteller," she tweeted of her creative pursuits. Seems like a bit of the Type-A personality her Greek alter-ego embodied rubbed off on Grammer, no? 

Paul James (Calvin Owens)

Nice guys don't always come in last! Case in point? Paul James' character, Calvin Owens, who often served as the voice of reason (and moral compass) for his fellow collegiate friends. Calvin — Evan's little frat bro — hid his sexuality in early seasons before ultimately coming out.

After Greek, James bounced around with bit parts on TV shows like Shameless and Grey's Anatomy before securing recurring roles — first on the TNT series The Last Ship from 2014 to 2017, and then on Hulu's original The Path from 2016 to 2017. It seems the actor had a great experience filming the latter and would welcome another role on a streaming service show. "You have a little more leeway with Netflix, Hulu, Amazon to make better content," he told Talk Nerdy With Us in 2016, "because the barometer for what makes a show a success is different."  

Greek fans will undoubtedly be happy to hear that James maintains at least one connection to a co-star from his days on the collegiate show — he routinely hangs with Grammer. "[Eleven] years of friendship, new hair choices and la -> nyc," he captioned a snapshot of the pair on Instagram. 

Jake McDorman (Evan Chambers)

Evan Chambers started off as Greek's stereotypical frat boy: popular, privileged, and so handsome he could have been chiseled out of stone. But between being stuck in a love tug-of-war with his former BFF Cappie and his sometimes-girlfriend Casey, Evan experienced enough personal growth to endear him to fans over time. Jake McDorman, who played Evan, obviously had a lot to do with that. 

McDorman may not have as many acting credits as some of his Greek cohorts, but he has all the right ones. The actor has a knack for landing parts in critically acclaimed fare. To name a few — The Newsroom, Shameless, and Lady Bird (which won about a million awards in 2018). McDorman will also appear in the highly-anticipated Murphy Brown reboot in 2018. 

As much as Greek fans hold Evan in their hearts, McDorman must feel the same. Not only are he and Cappie, er, Foster close pals in real life, but he's ready and willing if an official reunion opportunity arises. In 2015, he told Hollywood Life, "We all live in different places now, but it'd be easy to get us together, schedules pending. We'd all definitely be up for it."

Amber Stevens West (Ashleigh Howard)

Amber Stevens West played the sassy and oh-so-fashionable sorority sister Ashleigh Howard, who stuck by bestie Casey Cartwright's side through thick and thin. When Greek ended, you couldn't help but hope the actress would find her way back to screen, big or small. And happily, it didn't take long for West to do just that. 

She followed up Greek with appearances on nearly a dozen shows, such as How I Met Your Mother, New Girl, and Chasing Life. Starting in 2014, she booked recurring roles on back-to-back series: Criminal Minds from 2014 to 2015, The Carmichael Show from 2015 to 2017, and Ghosted from 2017 to 2018. West has also enjoyed great success on the big screen, most notably in 2013's 22 Jump Street opposite Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill. 

When she isn't slaying the acting game, West squeezes in downtime with her husband, Andrew J. West — as in Fisher, her love interest from Greek! Their chemistry was undeniable from the start, West says, telling InStyle in 2017 they shared "a very instant connection." West's other lasting passion? Chowing down. The actress-slash-foodie chronicles her adventures in eating on her food blog, Amber Eats LA

Dilshad Vadsaria (Rebecca Logan)

In Greek, Dilshad Vadsaria enjoyed the perks of playing Rebecca Logan, a senator's daughter — coasting into Zeta Beta Zeta on her daddy's coattails and making more than a few frenemies in the process. However, later seasons proved there was much more than meets the eye with this feisty sorority sister. 

In the time since the show ended, Vadsaria has continued to show off her depth. From appearances on shows like Melissa & Joey and Castle, to recurring roles on Revenge and Bones, the Pakistani-born actress hasn't wanted for steady, nuanced roles. Still, she'd jump at the chance to revisit Greek. "I want to do something with Rebecca Logan again in Greek, like what she is doing now at this very moment," Vadsaria told Glamour in 2016. "There was so much humor in that character. I'd love to do that again." Yes, please! 

In what spare time Vadsaria does have, the actress acts as "chiefkin" for the sustainable luxury leisurewear line Rev'Pod as well as an ambassador for the literacy program Room to Read

Jacob Zachar (Rusty Cartwright)

Casey Cartwright's younger brother Rusty, aka "Spitter," crashed his big sister's college experience by enrolling and rushing Kappa Tau — where Casey's on-off boyfriend, Cappie, became Rusty's "big brother" in the frat. He ultimately found his niche among the circle of friends, and it's hard to imagine Greek without him. 

The actor who brought Rusty's character to life, Jacob Zachar, hasn't had quite as much success in the years since, other than a handful of TV appearances and a few film roles. Highlights of his acting reel include an appearance in CSI: Crime Scene Investigation in 2013, and a part in Transformers: The Last Knight in 2015. If you're thinking, "But I swear I've seen his face onscreen recently," well, you're not wrong. The Greek alumnus keeps popping up in Subaru commercials. 

And even though it's been more than a decade since he played Rusty, the actor still maintains at least one friendship from his Greek days IRL. In June 2015, he shared a photo of himself with Paul James (aka Calvin Owens) in Denver, Colorado, calling it the "City of Brotherly Love." 

Aaron Hill (The Beaver)

The Beav! Aaron Hill's Greek character wasn't ever going to win valedictorian, but the hunky Kappa Tau Gamma made up in brawn what he lacks in brains. The fact that he was basically just a big ol' teddy bear — or should we say "beaver"? — made him a natural fan favorite.

Hill hasn't missed a beat since his days playing Walter "Beaver" Boudreaux. His resume includes a long list of guest appearances on TV shows like CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Glee, Rizzoli & Isles, Twisted, Supernatural, The Middle, and many more. He's also ventured into long-form filming, showing up a handful of movies.

Even when Hill isn't working, he stays busy as a father of two and husband to fitness guru Chelsea Hill. Although he's not a prolific social media user, the former Greek star has shared plenty of pics of his precious family. And since he reposted his new headshot in 2016, perhaps soon fans will see the Beaver grace screens again.