It's hard to believe it's been 20 years since we last saw the Salingers! From dealing with grief and teen romance to substance abuse and cancer struggles, Golden Globe-winning TV drama "Party of Five" had it all. In celebration of a major anniversary — the series ended two decades ago on May 3, 2000 — Wonderwall.com is checking up on the cast. Keep reading to find out what these "Party of Five" actors and actresses are up to today…
Neve Campbell starred as Julia Salinger, a highly intelligent and emotionally sensitive teen who struggled to adjust to being an orphan and having more family responsibilities, on "Party of Five."
After wrapping "Party of Five," Neve Campbell went on to become one of Hollywood's go-to movie actresses. The Canadian star made a name for herself in the "Scream" franchise and also appeared in movies like "The Company," "Blind Horizon," "When Will I Be Loved," "Churchill: The Hollywood Years," "Walter" and "Skyscraper." In 2019, she starred in the Canadian film "Castle in the Ground." Next up, she'll appear in 2020's "Clouds" directed by "Jane the Virgin" alum Justin Baldoni. Neve shares two sons with longtime partner JJ Feild. She was previously married to John Light and Jeff Colt.
Scott Wolf starred as as Bailey Salinger, the second-born sibling and older brother who was forced to grow up fast as he learned to deal with life after his parents' deaths, on "Party of Five."
Scott Wolf went on to star on several other hit TV shows including "Everwood," "V," "Perception" and "The Night Shift." He currently stars as Carson Drew on the CW series "Nancy Drew," which was renewed for a second season in 2020. Scott has also dabbled in theater, appearing in "Side Man." He married "The Real Word: New Orleans" alum Kelley Marie Limp in 2004. The couple share three children — two sons and one daughter.
Matthew Fox starred as Charlie Salinger, the sometimes immature oldest sibling who struggled to live his own life after he became the legal guardian of his younger brothers and sisters, on "Party of Five."
After finishing "Party of Five," Matthew Fox landed a lead role on "Lost." He earned Golden Globe and Emmy nominations for his performance on the hit ABC drama and starred on the show for six seasons. Matthew has also appeared in several films including "We Are Marshall," "Vantage Point," "Alex Cross," "Emperor" and "Bone Tomahawk." The actor has largely avoided the spotlight in recent years and hasn't appeared on screen since 2015's "Extinction." He shares two children with his wife of nearly three decades, Margherita Ronchi.
Lacey Chabert starred as Claudia Salinger, a gifted violinist struggling to grow up and build a life for herself as she deals with being an orphan, on "Party of Five."
Lacey Chabert has continued to expand her resume in television and film. The actress has starred in some of Hollywood's most popular movies including "Not Another Teen Movie," "Daddy Day Care," "Mean Girls," "Dirty Deeds" and "Black Christmas." She's also voiced some of the most memorable animated characters on TV including Eliza Thornberry on "The Wild Thornberrys" and Meg Griffin on season 1 of "Family Guy." More recently, Lacey's become a Hallmark Channel superstar: She's appeared in 17 Hallmark movies including 2019's "Christmas In Rome." In 2020, she'll appear in two more Hallmark flicks — "Winter in Vail" and "The Crossword Mysteries: Abracadaver." Lacey married her longtime boyfriend, David Nehdar, in December 2013 and the couple welcomed their first child, daughter Julia, in 2016.
Jennifer Love Hewitt starred as Sarah Reeves Merrin, Bailey's sensitive, off-and-on girlfriend from high school who also struggles to find herself, on "Party of Five."
Jennifer Love Hewitt went on to become one of the major stars of the '90s and 2000s. The actress starred in "I Know What You Did Last Summer," "Can't Hardly Wait," "Heartbreakers" and "The Tuxedo." She starred as Melinda Gordon on the CBS drama "Ghost Whisperer" from 2005 to 2010 and as Special Agent Kate Callahan on "Criminal Minds" from 2014 to 2015. Jennifer currently stars on FOX's "9-1-1." She's also dabbled in music, releasing four albums. After breaking off her engagement to Scottish actor Ross McCall, Jennifer — who famously dated stars like John Mayer, LFO's Rich Cronin, Patrick Wilson, Carson Daly and Jamie Kennedy — found love with her "The Client List" co-star Brian Hallisay. The couple married in 2013 and welcomed their first child, daughter Autumn, that same year. Their second child, son Atticus, was born in 2015.
Paula Devicq starred as Kirsten Bennett Salinger, a graduate student hired to be Owen Salinger's nanny who becomes Charlie's off-and-on girlfriend and eventual wife, on "Party of Five."
Paula Devicq has kept a pretty low profile since her "Party of Five" days. The actress appeared on TV shows including "100 Centre Street," "The Grid," "Rescue Me" and "Law & Order" as well as in movies like "Runaway Bride" and "Arbitrage." Paula more recently starred in 2019's "Finding Julia." She was married to actor Joseph Lyle Taylor from 2001 to 2009.
Jeremy London starred as Griffin Holbrook, a moody and troubled teenager who dated Julia, on "Party of Five."
Jeremy London has continued to build his acting career since leaving "Party of Five." He's appeared in "7th Heaven," "Gods and Generals," "Crossing Jordan," "Don't Pass Me By" and "Hollywood & Wine." He more recently starred on the 2019 web series "The Blunt Truth Presents: DTF with Maggie and MJ." In 2020, he appeared in the film "Crypto Heads" and will next appear in other projects including "The Dinner Party" and "Goodbye, Butterfly." Jeremy has also tried his hand at reality TV, appearing on "Celebrity Wife Swap" and "Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew" in 2010. He shares one son, Lyrik, with ex-wife Melissa Cunningham and another son, Wyatt, with his current wife, Juliet Reeves.
Jennifer Aspen starred as Daphne Jablonsky, a part-time erotic dancer who became involved with Charlie and later had his baby, on "Party of Five."
Jennifer Aspen went on to appear on several other popular TV shows including ABC's "Rodney," FOX's "Glee" and ABC's "GCB." She also appeared in the movie "Vanilla Sky." Jennifer more recently starred on the critically acclaimed 2018 HBO miniseries "Sharp Objects." She's since appeared on "9-1-1" and "The Good Doctor" and in the holiday movie "A Christmas Love Story." She shares one child with her husband of 13 years, actor David O'Donnell.