It's been 10 years since "Battlestar Galactica" came to an end on March 20, 2009, after four seasons on the Sci-Fi channel. To mark the occasion, Wonderwall.com is taking a look back at the stars of the cult space opera and how they've changed over the years. Keep reading to get the scoop on what the stars of the series are up to now…
Edward James Olmos starred as William Adama, the commanding officer of Battlestar Galactica.
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Edward James Olmos went on to have a memorable stint on Season 6 of "Dexter" as Professor James Gellar in 2011. He also popped up in "Blade Runner 2049," voiced a character in "Coco" and starred on the first season of "Mayans M.C." in 2018. It's unclear whether or not he and his third wife, Lymari Nadal, are still together. Edward is a father of six: He had two sons with his first wife and then adopted two sons and two daughters.
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Mary McDonnell starred as President Laura Roslin, the former Secretary of Education who suddenly finds herself the highest ranking government official following the destruction of the Colonies.
Mary McDonnell had an Emmy-nominated stint on "The Closer" before she earned her own spinoff, "Major Crimes," which aired from 2012 to 2018. She also had a four-episode stint on Season 3 of "Fargo" and popped up in 2011's "Scream 4." She and her husband, actor Randle Mell, will celebrate their 35th wedding anniversary in late 2019. They have two adult children.
Katee Sackhoff starred as Viper pilot Kara "Starbuck" Thrace.
Katee Sackhoff had a memorable stint on Season 8 of "24" in 2010. She also popped up in "Riddick," "Oculus" and "Don't Knock Twice," works regularly as a voice actress, starred on "Longmire" and portrayed Amunet Black on "The Flash." Up next, she's set to headline the upcoming Netflix sci-fi series "Another Life." Though she's happily kept her love life out of the spotlight over the years, Katee is less shy about broadcasting her love for her rescue dogs and her BFF, "Battlestar Galactica" co-star Tricia Helfer, on social media.
Jamie Bamber starred as Commander Adama's older son, Viper pilot Lee "Apollo" Adama.
Jamie Bamber went on to star on the British series "Law & Order: UK" as well as several other British shows that haven't quite taken off in the U.S. The English actor also had stints on "Body of Proof," "Perception," "Rizzoli & Isles" and "NCIS." In 2003, he married actress Kerry Norton, who scored a recurring role as medic Layne Ishay on "Battlestar Galactica." They share three daughters — an older girl and twins — who were all born around the time the cult series debuted.
James Callis starred as Dr. Gaius Baltar, an opportunistic scientist with a mysterious connection to the Cylons.
James Callis returned to his role as Bridget's friend Tom in 2016's "Bridget Jones's Baby." He also had stints on "Flashforward," "Eureka," "CSI" and "12 Monkeys." The English actor and his wife of more than two decades, Neha, have two sons and a daughter. Their older son was born before "Battlestar Galactica" debuted. Their younger son arrived while the show was still on the air, and their daughter came along after it had reached its conclusion.
Tricia Helfer starred as the Cylon Number Six model — which has several prominent iterations throughout "Battlestar Galactica," including one with a mysterious connection to Dr. Baltar.
Tricia Helfer continues to work predominantly on television. She went on to star on a series of short-lived crime-dramas — "Dark Blue," "The Firm" and "Killer Women" — and had memorable stints on "Two and a Half Men," "Criminal Minds," "Suits" and "Powers." She's starred as Charlotte on "Lucifer" since 2016. In January 2018, Tricia filed to divorce lawyer Jonathan Marshall after more than 13 years of marriage. In December 2018, she launched the "Battlestar Galacticast" podcast in honor of the 15th anniversary of the debut of "Battlestar Galactica."
Grace Park starred as the Cylon Number Eight model — whose most prominent identity is Sharon Valerii.
Grace Park hasn't slowed down since "Battlestar Galactica" came to an end. She starred on "Hawaii Five-0" from 2010 to 2017, and her latest hit TV show, "A Million Little Things," debuted in 2018. She and her husband, a Vancouver-based real estate developer, reportedly welcomed their first child together, a son, in 2013. In mid-2018, multiple media outlets revealed Grace's previous association with NXIVM, an alleged "sex cult" that once recruited several actresses to help further its cause. The "Battlestar Galactica" alum starred opposite NXIVM leader Keith Raniere in a series of "self-help" videos that have since been deleted from YouTube.
Michael Hogan starred as Galactica executive officer Saul Tigh.
Michael Hogan went on to star on "Teen Wolf," "12 Monkeys," "Zoo" and Season 2 of "Fargo." He also popped up in 2011's "Red Riding Hood" and on episodes of "Chilling Adventures of Sabrina," "The Man in the High Castle," "Criminal Minds," "Smallville" and many more popular series. His wife, actress Susan Hogan, popped up on three episodes of "Battlestar Galactica" as Captain Doyle Franks. The longtime couple have three adult children, including actor Gabriel Hogan.
Aaron Douglas starred as The Chief, Galen Tyrol, the head of engineering and maintenance aboard the Galactica.
Aaron Douglas went on to star on "The Bridge," "Hellcats," "Hemlock Grove," "The Killing," "The Returned," "Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency," "Imposters" and more. His wife, Debbie, lost her battle with breast cancer after he shot the first season of "Battlestar Galactica." The Canadian actor, who has an adult son from a previous relationship, has kept his personal life out of the spotlight since then.
Tahmoh Penikett starred as Raptor officer Karl "Helo" Agathon, who eventually marries a version of Sharon Valerii.
Tahmoh Penikett went on to star on the short-lived cult series "Dollhouse." He also popped up in "Man of Steel" and had memorable stints on "The Killing," "Castle," "Supernatural," "Altered Carbon" and "Taken." He's kept his love life completely under wraps over the years.
Alessandro Juliani starred as Galactica tactical officer Felix Gaeta.
Alessandro Juliani had memorable stints on "Smallville," "The 100," "Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce" and "Chilling Adventures of Sabrina." He also popped up in "Man of Steel" and "War for the Planet of the Apes" and works regularly as a voice actor. He and his wife, actress Meg Roe, welcomed their first child, a daughter, in 2013. Three years later, they added twins — a boy and a girl — to their brood. The couple often collaborate on theater projects in their native Canada.
Kandyse McClure starred as Galactica communications officer Anastasia Dualla, who eventually marries Lee Adama.
Kandyse McClure starred on the first season of the Netflix series "Hemlock Grove," popped up in the buzzed-about Lifetime made-for-TV movie "The Client List," appeared in "Seventh Son" and had a stint on "The Good Doctor" in 2017 and 2018. She married singer-songwriter Cylenz in 2013.
Michael Trucco starred as Samuel "Longshot" Anders, a former athlete and leader of the resistance on Caprica.
Michael Trucco had memorable stints on "Castle," "How I Met Your Mother," "Revenge," "Killer Women," "Criminal Minds," "Grandfathered" and "S.W.A.T." He also starred on "Fairly Legal" and "Disjointed" and popped up in "The Bye Bye Man" and 2018's "Hunter Killer." He married actress Sandra Hess in 2009.
Nicki Clyne starred as air maintenance specialist Cally Henderson, who eventually marries her boss, Galen Tyrol.
Nicki Clyne's time in Hollywood mostly came to an end after she left "Battlestar Galactica." She voiced a character in 2010's "Godkiller: Walk Among Us," an illustrated film companion piece to a graphic novel, and starred on the 2018 webseries "Personal Space." During her time away from the spotlight, Nicki became involved in the alleged "sex cult" NXIVM, where she served under "Smallville" actress Allison Mack. They reportedly tied the knot in 2017 at the behest of leader Keith Raniere. A source close to the group told People magazine that Nicki actually left "Battlestar Galactica" to pursue the teachings of NXIVM and described her as Allison's "slave."
Paul Campbell starred as President Roslin's personal aide Billy Keikeya.
Paul Campbell starred on the short-lived 2008 reboot of "Knight Rider," popped up in "The Big Year" and "88 Minutes" and had a brief stint on "Emily Owens M.D." He's also starred in several Hallmark movies — at least five since he left "Battlestar Galactica" in 2006. He married Lorie Metz in 2009. After years of fertility issues, they welcomed a son, Kingston, via surrogate in 2016.