Grenier was probably best known for starring in the movie "Drive Me Crazy" when he landed the "Entourage" role of rising Hollywood leading man Vinny Chase at 28. While on the show, he co-starred with Anne Hathaway in "The Devil Wears Prada" and directed two documentaries: "Shot in the Dark," about his own efforts to reconcile with his estranged father, and "Teenage Paparazzo," about the celebrity culture he so often embodied on "Entourage." This fall, the 38-year-old will be heard as one of the narrators of the documentary "Unity" before he reappears as Vince in the big-screen "Entourage."
Casting Matt Dillon's less-successful brother as Vincent Chase's less-successful half-brother seemed an inside joke when 38-year-old Kevin Dillon debuted in "Entourage." But Dillon went on to turn Drama into his signature character, one whose vanity, overestimation of his own talent, and short temper earned Dillon three Emmy nominations. During the show's run, he appeared in the films "Poseidon," "Hotel for Dogs," and "Compulsion." Afterward, he starred in the short-lived CBS comedy "How to Be a Gentleman." The 48-year-old is attached to co-star in a film version of the game "Twisted Metal," but he'll be seen first in next summer's "Entourage" film.
Connolly, then 30, had played supporting roles in films from "The Beverly Hillbillies" to "The Notebook" when he landed the "Entourage" role of Eric, Vince's best friend and manager. While the show aired, he also appeared in the film "He's Just Not That Into You." This year, the 40-year-old co-starred opposite James Van Der Beek on the short-lived CBS comedy "Friends With Better Lives." He's also directed a road movie, "Dear Eleanor," that is due out later this year.
Brooklyn-born Ferrara launched his career with TV guest spots on such shows as "King of Queens" and "Grounded for Life." He was 24 when cast as Turtle, the most streetwise member of Vinny's household. After the show ended, he appeared in such films as "Battleship," "Think Like a Man," "Last Vegas," and the current "Think Like a Man Too." The 34-year-old's next movie is the supernatural thriller "7500," due in October.
Piven was known for supporting roles in movies, especially opposite real-life Chicago pal John Cusack, before "Entourage." He was 38 when he began playing what came to be his signature role, tough-talking talent agent Ari Gold. The role won him Emmys in three straight years (2006-8). During his Ari years, he also starred in such films as "Keeping Up With the Steins," "Smokin' Aces," and "The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard." His voiceover work for animated films has included "Cars" and "The Pirates! Band of Misfits." Since "Entourage," he's played the title role in two seasons of the BBC drama "Mr. Selfridge," with a third coming next year. Now 48, Piven has appeared this year in the current Tom Cruise movie "Edge of Tomorrow" and in "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For," opening Aug. 22.
Before "Entourage," Reeves was probably best known for playing Will Ferrell's exasperated wife in "Old School" (a movie that co-starred her future "Entourage" husband, Jeremy Piven). At 33, she landed the role of the similarly exasperated Mrs. Gold (the show didn't reveal her actual first name, Melissa, until the series finale). During her time on "Entourage," she appeared in the films "Mr. & Mrs. Smith" and "American Dreamz" and guest-starred on such shows as "Medium," "Grey's Anatomy," "Castle," "Private Practice," "Hawaii Five-O" (opposite "Entourage" regular Scott Caan), "NCIS," "Royal Pains," and most recently, in a recurring role on the current season of "Covert Affairs." Now 43, she's due next on the big screen in the "Entourage" film.
Lee had done various TV guest spots before landing at 36 his career-defining role as Lloyd, Ari's much-abused assistant, on "Entourage." Since the show ended, he's guest-starred on "Glee," had a recurring role on "Suburgatory," and landed another recurring role on the new ABC Family series "Young & Hungry." Now 45, Lee appears in the family drama "Girl on the Edge," due in theaters later this year.
Mazar was well known for playing streetwise Noo Yawkers in movies ("Goodfellas") and TV ("L.A. Law") before coming to "Entourage" at age 39, where she played Vince's fiercely protective publicist, Shauna. During her run, she also appeared in the movie "The Women" and had a recurring role on "Ugly Betty." Since the series ended, the 49-year-old has appeared in the movie "Lovelace" and landed a starring role on "Younger," a comedy series due this fall on TV Land.
Montreal-born Chriqui is probably best known for her "Entourage" role as Sloan, E's sophisticated on- and off-girlfriend, which she began playing when she was 27. During her "Entourage" run, she starred opposite Adam Sandler in "You Don't Mess With the Zohan" and alongside Beyoncé in "Cadillac Records." On TV, she's appeared in recurring roles in "The Borgias" and "The Mentalist" (as Red John's accomplice). She's also done recurring voice work for "Thundercats" and "Tron: Uprising." Now 36, she's due next in the "Entourage" movie.
Coiro, who played directing wunderkind Billy Walsh, was 25 when "Entourage" debuted. He's done a lot of other TV since then, including regular roles on "24," "Dexter," "A Gifted Man," and last season's short-lived "Hostages." His movies have included "MacGruber" and the recent "Straw Dogs" remake. Now 35, he'll next be seen in the "Entourage" movie.