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Dharma and Greg Cast: Where Are They Now?

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Dharma and Greg Cast: Dharma and Greg was a popular sitcom that aired on ABC from 1997 to 2002. The show followed the lives of Dharma Finkelstein Montgomery (Jenna Elfman), a free-spirited yoga instructor and dog trainer, and Greg Montgomery (Thomas Gibson), a conservative lawyer, who married on their first date despite being polar opposites. The show also featured their eccentric families and friends, who often clashed over their different lifestyles and values.

The show was created by Chuck Lorre and Dottie Dartland Zicklin, and received critical acclaim and several awards nominations. It also had a loyal fan base that enjoyed the witty humor and the chemistry between the leads.

Dharma and Greg Cast:

Dharma and Greg Cast
Dharma and Greg Cast

1. Jenna Elfman | Dharma and Greg Cast

Jenna Elfman 
Jenna Elfman

Jenna Elfman played the titular role of Dharma, the quirky and optimistic wife of Greg. She won a Golden Globe Award and three Emmy Award nominations for her performance.

After Dharma and Greg, Elfman starred in several other sitcoms, such as Courting Alex, Accidentally on Purpose, 1600 Penn, Growing Up Fisher, Imaginary Mary, and Fear the Walking Dead. She also appeared in movies like Keeping the Faith, Looney Tunes: Back in Action, Friends with Benefits, Big Stone Gap, and The Six Wives of Henry Lefay.

Elfman is married to actor Bodhi Elfman, who also guest-starred on Dharma and Greg as a survivor. They have two sons together.

2. Thomas Gibson | Dharma and Greg Cast

Thomas Gibson instagram
Thomas Gibson instagram

Thomas Gibson played Greg, the uptight and rational husband of Dharma. He was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for his role.

After Dharma and Greg, Gibson starred as Aaron Hotchner, the leader of the Behavioral Analysis Unit on the crime drama Criminal Minds. He was also an executive producer and director on the show. However, he was fired from Criminal Minds in 2016 after an altercation with a writer-producer.

Gibson has also appeared in movies like Eyes Wide Shut, The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas, Son of Batman, Axis, and Shadow Wolves. He has three children with his ex-wife Christine Parker.

3. Joel Murray | Dharma and Greg Cast

Joel Murray
Joel Murray

Joel Murray played Pete Cavanaugh, Greg’s best friend and co-worker at the U.S. Attorney’s Office. He was often envious of Greg’s marriage and unhappy with his own love life.

After Dharma and Greg, Murray continued to act in various TV shows and movies. He had recurring roles on Two and a Half Men (also created by Chuck Lorre), Mad Men, Shameless, Mike & Molly, The Big Bang Theory (also created by Chuck Lorre), The Cool Kids, Bless This Mess, Tacoma FD, and The Right Stuff. He also voiced Don Carlton in Monsters University.

Joel Murray instagram
Joel Murray instagram

Murray is married to Eliza Coyle, who also guest-starred on Dharma and Greg as Barbara. They have four children together.

4. Mimi Kennedy | Dharma and Greg Cast

Mimi Kennedy played Abby O’Neil, Dharma’s mother and a hippie activist. She was very supportive of Dharma’s marriage and often meddled in her life.

After Dharma and Greg, Kennedy starred as Ruth Sloan on Homefront, Marjorie Armstrong on Mom (also created by Chuck Lorre), Veronica Loy on The Young Pope.

FAQ: The Ultimate Guide To Your Questions

Q: Who played Dharma and Greg on the show?

A: Jenna Elfman played Dharma Finkelstein Montgomery, an outgoing yoga instructor and dog trainer; Thomas Gibson portrayed Greg Montgomery, an unswerving lawyer – together they married on their first date despite being such different people!

Q: How many seasons and episodes were there of Dharma and Greg?

A: Dharma and Greg was broadcast on ABC from September 24, 1997 until April 30, 2002 and ran for five seasons and 119 episodes.

Q: Who created and inspired the show?

A: Chuck Lorre and Dottie Dartland Zicklin served as executive producers along with Brian Medavoy, Erwin More, Regina Stewart and Bill Prady to develop the series, drawing much of its inspiration from culture clash “fish out of water” situations and his personal experience of marrying someone after knowing them for only six weeks.

Q: Which awards and nominations did the show receive?

A: It received eight Golden Globe, six Emmy, and six Satellite Award nominations, with Jenna Elfman receiving one Golden Globe Award in 1999 for Best Actress in a Television Series Musical or Comedy for her portrayal of Dharma. In addition, several other awards such as People’s Choice Award for Favorite New Television Comedy Series in 1998; TV Guide Award for Favorite Couple 2000 and Genesis Award for Television Comedy Series 2001 were won as well.

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