When The 100 debuted on The CW in 2014, it was a nice change of pace for the network.
The post-apocalyptic drama followed a group of survivors from The Ark who return to Earth nearly 100 years after a nuclear apocalypse.
With all seven seasons of the series being available to binge on Netflix, it’s easier to watch the show than ever.
The 100 had an expansive cast because we met many different factions throughout.
Let’s take a look at what the cast has been up to since the series wrapped.
Eliza Taylor – Clark Griffin
Clark changed dramatically throughout the seven seasons as the heroine at the story’s heart.
She made decisions that divided the fan base and allowed viewers to witness all the ugly things that come with leading a group of people.
Taylor’s breakthrough role was on the Australian soap opera Neighbours.
Ahead of her seven-season turn on The 100, she appeared on Winners & Loisers, Nikita, and The Sleepover Club.
Taylor, who is married to costar Bob Morley, followed up The 100 with an appearance on The Orville in 2022.
She currently stars in Quantum Leap.
On the big screen, she starred in and produced I’ll Be Watching in 2023.
She’s also attached to star in It Only Takes a Night.
Alycia Debnman-Carey as Lexa
Debnam-Carey’s time on The 100 ended during the third season, leaving fans shocked and angered.
Lexa was one of the show’s best characters, having been thrust into leadership after Anya’s death.
Just when it seemed like the show was entertaining the possibility of Clark and Lexa as a couple, Lexa was killed by a bullet meant for Clark.
She returned for the series finale in 2016.
The actress has kept busy since, appearing on Fear the Walking Dead for seven seasons and headlining Saint X and The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart.
She enjoys a successful career in front and behind the camera.
Paige Turco – Abby Griffin
Paige Turco played Abby’s fearless mother, Abby Griffin, in the first six seasons before returning for a guest role in the final season.
Abby wanted the best for her daughter and put her own life on the line several times, but she couldn’t comprehend her daughter’s decisions.
Their relationship was fraught, but Abby would move mountains for Clarke.
It’s just a shame Abby’s storyline ended so tragically with her death.
To be fair, though, most characters we met on The 100 died.
After exiting the series, Turco reprised her role as Linda Pride on NCIS: New Orleans.
She also appeared in the Hulu original movie Books of Blood.
Thomas McDonell – Finn Collins
Finn was initially introduced as Clarke’s love interest and never really became a character in his own right.
Finn’s death on The 100 Season 2 was a significant turning point for the series.
While Finn had many fans, his death raised the stakes for the show and showcased a very different side to Clarke.
In short, he was a catalyst for what the show became in its later seasons.
McDonell followed up the series with roles on The Long Road Home, LA to Vegas, Good Girls, and Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist.
On the big screen, he appeared in Simachs and Sorrows in 2022.
Eli Goree as Wells Jaha
Wells Jaha was introduced as a friend for Clarke early in the show’s run, with flashbacks showing just how close they were.
As the son of Thelonious Jaha, he had many burdens because he was supposed to live up to a code that he didn’t always agree with.
Wells was killed off early in the hit drama’s run, but he went on to star in countless projects.
He stayed in The CW family with appearances in Legends of Tomorrow and Riverdale.
He entered the Suits-verse with a role in Pearson.
Most recently, he had a central role in Prime Video’s The Peripheral.
Despite scoring a renewal, the series was recently canceled.
Marie Avgeropoulous as Octavia Blake
Marie played the fearless Octavia Blake.
At the beginning of the series, Octavia is rebellious, but we slowly learn that her past of being hidden, among other things, kicked off the rebellious streak.
Who would have thought she’d go on to be one of the best characters on the show?
Octavia channeled her grief following Lincoln’s death when she trained herself to become one of the best fighters.
Since the series concluded, Marie appeared in the 2020 movie Jiu Jitsu.
She’s also attached to star in Butterfly in the Typewriter, which doesn’t yet have a release date.
We’ll be keeping an eye out for a release date.
Bob Morley as Bellamy Blake
Bellamy Blake had a solid moral compass, easily explaining why he struck a chord with viewers.
Bellamy had a connection with Clarke since the beginning and was regularly along for the ride when she made some of the most controversial decisions.
Bellamy’s life concluded at the hands of Clarke on The 100 Season 7 Episode 13, another divisive episode.
Morley portrayed the role flawlessly for seven seasons and has kept busy since the 2020 series finale.
He has appeared in The Rookie, Love Me, and In Limbo on the small screen.
On the big screen, he appeared on I’ll Be Watching and is attached to star in Death on the Dearborn.
Christopher Larkin as Monty Green
Since his first appearance, Larkin was a ride-or-die for Bellamy and the other characters.
Even when things got tough, Monty always offered his sentiments on situations.
Larkin played Monty Green until The 100 Season 6, with his character making the ultimate sacrifice to secure the safety and well-being of his friends.
Monty’s death was shocking, but it served as a catalyst to usher in the next big storyline for the series.
It was a whole new era.
After being written out of The 100, Larkin appeared in Tales of the City and The Orville.
We’ll look out for his next projects.
Devon Bostick as Jasper Jordan
Jasper was the fun-loving member of the group who was always looking for a good time.
Sadly, he could never bounce back from the chilling death of his girlfriend Maya at Mount Weather at the hands of Bellamy and Clarke.
Bostick’s four-season run on The 100 concluded in 2017 with Jasper killing himself.
The Canadian actor followed the series up with roles in I Am the Night, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, A Teacher, Most Dangerous Game, and FUBAR.
On the big screen, he appeared in Tuscaloosa, Pink Skies Ahead, Words on Bathroom Walls, and Oppenheimer.
Oppenheimer was one of the biggest hits of 2023.
We can’t wait to see what future roles await Devon.
Isaiah Washington as Thelonious Jaha
Thelonious Jaha was known for making big decisions with even bigger ramifications.
He was well aware that his actions were divisive, but there were many occasions when it seemed these decisions were made to mask his pain for the death of his son.
Washington’s five-season stint on the show ended in 2018.
The Grey’s Anatomy alum followed up the show with roles on Tales and P-Valley.
On the big screen, he appeared in Trump Card, Corsicana, and God’s Not Dead: We the People.
The actor hinted at his retirement in early 2023 but with a catch.
Henry Ian Cusick as Marcus Kane
Marcus was initially an adversary of the characters but slowly immersed himself in the group and was romantically linked with Abby.
Unfortunately, his good luck culminated in his death in one of the most heartbreaking scenes of the series.
Seriously, it was rough,
Cusick tends to secure roles in the most popular series, so it’s no surprise that his exit during The 100 Season 6 paved the way for more shows.
He appeared on Inhumans, Rush Hour, MacGyver, The Passage, Big Sky, and NCIS: Hawai’i.
On the big screen, he appeared in The Wind & the Reckoning and Jamojaya.
We’re sure he’ll continue to add appearances to his IMDB credits.
Lindsey Morgan as Raven Reyes
Morgan was with the entire series, and it’s easy to see why.
Thanks to her technical abilities, Raven was crucial at so many points to the team.
Raven’s arc was interesting because she lost so much but always prevailed and was ride-or-die for her friends at any time.
She remained in The CW family, playing the female lead on Walker.
However, she departed during the second season.
On the big screen, Morgan appeared on Skylines in 2020.
Ricky Whittle as Lincoln
Whittle shot to fame for playing Calvin Valentine on the UK soap Hollyoaks.
His U.S. breakthrough role was as Lincoln on The 100, but fans are still mad about the way he was written out of the series.
Lincoln was a grounder who struck up a bond with Octavia.
They blossomed into one of the best relationships in the series, but it all came crashing down when Lincoln was killed off during The 100 Season 3.
The rule of thumb on The 100 is that any relationship won’t last because the creatives thought killing off people who didn’t deserve it was interesting.
He followed up The 100 with Mistresses and American Gods.
We’re sure he has a bright future ahead of him. It’s just a shame American Gods was canceled without a resolution.
Richard Harmon as John Murphy
Murphy was initially the thorn in everyone’s side because he always tried to outmaneuver everyone.
There were shades of good in him, and he was crucial to some of the show’s most significant plots.
Harmon remains a firm fixture on the small screen following his seven-season run on The 100.
He remained with The CW, appearing on Kung Fu and The Flash.
Additional TV credits recently include The Night Agent and The Good Doctor.
He also appears in Hallmark movies, too.
We can’t wait to see what’s next for him.
Zach McGowan as Roan
McGowan’s Roan was a pivotal player during the show’s early years.
Roan quickly became a fan favorite because he was introduced as an adversary for our key players before softening up.
Who would have guessed that Roan would help some of the key players?
After his exit, he appeared on Lethal Weapon, Damnation, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., The Walking Dead, LA’s Finest, Project Blue Book, Blood & Treasure, and The Rookie: Feds.
His impressive list of credits doesn’t just extend to the small screen.
On the big screen, he appeared in Death Race: Beyond Anarchy, Robert the Bruce, Murder at Yellowstone City, and Sanctioning Evil.
Like we said: He’s busy.
Tasya Teles as Echo
Tasya played Echo, a woman who has a chance encounter with Bellamy.
Echo becomes a pivotal player in the later seasons of the drama and gets an emotional storyline to deal with during the final season.
The series’ quality had dipped, but Tasya continued to deliver an A+ performance.
The star can currently be seen in the Canadian television comedy Shoresy.
The series was a big success and quickly secured a second season, which launches in September 2023.
The series can be streamed on Hulu.
Teles also appeared in a 2022 episode of Legacies.
JR Bourne as Russell Lightbourne
Russell was introduced on The 100 Season 6 and was quickly established as an adversary as Clarke and her friends arrived on Sanctum.
Unfortunately, the villain didn’t stand a chance against our heroes.
Bourne had a wealth of TV credits before he appeared on The 100.
Following the post-apocalyptic drama, he’s appeared on Mayans M.C. and On the Verge.
He also reprised his Chris Argent role from the Teen Wolf series in the 2023 movie follow-up.
There is a chance he will pop back up in that universe since the flick was a success.
Chuku Modu as Gabriel Santiago
Modu appeared in the final two seasons of The 100 as Gabriel Santiago, a man with many secrets.
As his arc progressed, he became close with many key players and played a pivotal role in the final storylines as the series wrapped up.
Following the series conclusion, he returned to The Good Doctor as Dr. Jared Kalu.
He also appeared in an episode of The Great, which has now been canceled.
Adina Porter as Indra
Indra was a fantastic character with one of the best arcs in the series.
Initially, she was introduced as a villain, but slowly, she became a vital member of the good guys.
Porter followed up The 100 with roles in American Horror Story, where she’s played countless roles over the years.
She’s also starred in The Morning Show, Outer Banks, and Paper Girls.
She narrated The Power and currently stars in The Changeling.
Which cast member have you followed to new roles since the series concluded?
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