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11 Years Later, Where's The Cast Of "7th Heaven" Now?

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7th Heaven was one of the few shows you could sit and watch as a family growing up. It was a wholesome show that still held our attention for over a decade. We grew up with the characters as they did, and everyone can probably list off five lessons they learned while watching.

But now, 11 years after the show ended, what is the cast up to now? Let's start with the women.

Catherine Hicks as Annie Camden


Hicks played one of the best TV moms of all time, showing us that stay-at-home parents do more than just stay at home. Since the show ended, Hicks has mainly appeared in TV movies like Honeymoon From Hell and The Dog Who Saved Easter.

Mackenzie Rosman as Ruthie Camden

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Ruthie Camden was the mischievous little sister we all knew and loved. Her curly hair was her trademark, and we all secretly wanted it. Now, Rosman has taken a step back from acting. In 2013, she appeared in Maxim magazine to declare to the world she was "all grown up." Rosman is an accomplished equestrian show jumper and still does a bit of acting here and there.

Beverly Mitchell as Lucy Camden


Mitchell had the potential to be a Disney Channel star after her movie, Right On Track, was a huge hit, but nothing ended up coming of it. She's acted fairly consistently since 7th Heaven ended, and is one of the most nostalgic members of the cast. She loves posting about her memories from the show, and often talks about the love she has for her co-stars.

Jessica Biel as Mary Camden


Biel is arguably the most successful member of the entire cast. After leaving the show to pursue a more "serious" career, Biel appeared in The Illusionist in 2007. Since then, she has been one of the most sought-after actresses in Hollywood, and was most recently nominated for a Golden Globe for her role in The Sinner. Biel married 90s sensation Justin Timberlake, and they share a son, Silas, together.

Now that we know what the women are up to...what about those pesky men?

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