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Teen Wolf: Where the Cast is Today

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It is not surprising, following the worldwide success of The Twilight Saga movies among teenage audiences, that vampires and werewolves rose to the top of the list as the most appealing characters to the public during the 2010s. This is why, after the premiere of the franchise inspired by Stephenie Meyer’s books, TV and film productions began to explore these themes once again, with many series and movies featuring these popular creatures.

Among the most popular ones was Teen Wolf, a TV series created by Jeff Davis for MTV that was inspired by the 1985 movie of the same name. Starring Tyler Posey, Dylan O’Brien, Crystal Reed ,and Tyler Hoechlin, among other actors, Teen Wolf revolved around Scott McCall (Posey), a teenager who, upon being attacked, turns into a werewolf. From then on, Scott is faced with the challenging task of learning to master his newfound violent nature, paying special attention not to reveal his identity, or hurt those in his close circle. Over the course of the series’ six seasons, Scott faced several enemies, albeit fortunately with the help of his allies.

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Recently, per Variety, Paramount+ announced a Teen Wolf sequel movie and a spin-off entitled Wolf Pack. To the joy of fans, Teen Wolf The Movie will feature most of the original cast. As a matter of fact, only O’Brien has made the decision not to be part of the movie, according to Pop Sugar. Both productions are due for release sometime this year, but no premiere dates have been announced yet. As we wait, let’s take a look at some cast members’ careers and their recent projects.

While JR Bourne appeared in every season of Teen Wolf, he only became a major character in the final season. This Canadian actor starred as Chris Argent, Allison’s father and werewolf-hunter veteran. After his appearance in the show, Bourne was cast in the mystery drama Somewhere Between, and two years later, he landed a role in the sci-fi drama The 100. His latest projects so far were the 2018 thriller Hospitality and the crime drama television series Mayans M.C.

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Before joining the cast of this teen series, Linden Ashby was already known for his portrayal of Brett Cooper in Melrose Place, the primetime television soap opera that aired on Fox. The actor who played Sheriff Noah Stilinski in Teen Wolf mostly worked in television series, but over the years he also took part in movies such as Mortal Kombat, The Joneses, and Iron Man 3. His latest appearances so far in television series were in Lifeline, Trinkets, and NCIS: New Orleans, where he had a minor role as Tony Hicks in the episode “Pride and Prejudice.”

From the third season of Teen Wolf onwards, Shelley Hennig starred as Malia Tate. Following her appearance in the series, the actress and model, known for her role in the soap opera Days of Our Lives, went on to star in a handful of movies and series. Some of the most well-known are Gatlopp, When We First Met, and the show The Woman in the House Across the Street from the Girl in the Window. Hennig is currently part of the cast of four projects whose release dates have not yet been announced: the series Crazy For You and Obliterated, and the films Fluxx and The List.

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