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Here's where all of your buddies from Hogwarts ended up!

Doriean Stevenson
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Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter)

As the one and only Harry Potter, Radcliffe has done a great job moving beyond his iconic character. He bared it all (yes, all) on stage in the Broadway play Equus. He has also appeared in another Broadway show, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, which in no way relates to his ethics in show business.

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Daniel Radcliffe

Radcliffe has also appeared on the big screen. His credits include The Woman in Black and Swiss Army Man, showing us he could play someone other than Harry.

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Emma Watson (Hermoine Granger)

After the Harry Potter films, Watson starred in the emotional coming-of-age film The Perks of Being a Wallflower, as well as other hits including The Bling Ring and This Is the End.

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Emma Watson

What isn't Emma Watson doing? She also appeared in Noah with Russell Crowe and has worked as a UN Women Goodwill Ambassador, and starred as Belle in Disney's megahit live-action film Beauty and the Beast.

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Rupert Grint (Ron Weasley)

Everyone's favorite redheaded Hogwarts graduate, Grint has starred in a variety of indie films. Those include Cherrybomb, which was released in the midst of the final three Harry Potter releases, and Wild Target, which also starred Emily Blunt.

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Rupert Grint

Following in Radcliffe's footsteps, Grint made his Broadway debut alongside Matthew Broderick and a host of other big names in Terrence McNally's It's Only a Play. He currently stars on the television shows Snatch and Sick Note.

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Tom Felton (Draco Malfoy)

This guy is one busy Slytherin! Since Harry Potter, Felton has starred in several other projects, including another box-office hit, Rise of the Planet of the Apes, just after the Harry Potter films wrapped, as well as the TNT series Murder in the First.

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Tom Felton

Felton's characters have varied from the stinker Draco Malfoy to the victim in the sexy, suspenseful In Secret. He now stars in a new YouTube original sci-fi series Origin. He joined the CW series The Flash back in 2016 as Julian Albert, but didn't return for the show's fourth season.

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Emma Thompson (Sybill Trelawney)

Before she was kooky Professor Trelawney, Thompson won two Oscars: Best Actress for Howards End and Best Adapted Screenplay for Sense and Sensibility, in which she also played Elinor. One of her other fan-favorite roles is, of course, Love Actually.

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Emma Thompson

Thompson played author P.L. Travers in Saving Mr. Banks and Mrs. Potts in the live-action adaptation of Disney's Beauty and the Beast with her HP bud Emma Watson. Up next, she has plans to reprise her Agent O role in the Men in Black reboot.

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Bonnie Wright (Ginny Weasley)

Ginny Weasley has been so busy. Since Harry Potter, Wright played literary icon Agatha Christie in Agatha Christie: A Life in Pictures and was also seen in Those Who Wander and Who Killed Nelson Nutmeg?

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Bonnie Wright

On top of all of this, Wright also steadily pursues a career in modeling and directing. Oh, and she now owns her own production company and stars in some of the company's films. Again: She's been very, very busy.

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Alfred Enoch (Dean Thomas)

Back in the day, Enoch was Dean Thomas, another cute little half-wizard like Harry Potter.

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Alfred Enoch

Little Dean Thomas graduated from Hogwarts to law school as Wes Gibson on the Shondaland hit How to Get Away with Murder. His character was killed off in Season 3, but with the show's constant flashbacks, he shows up now and then. He also appears in Netflix's Troy: Fall of a City.

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Evanna Lynch (Luna Lovegood)

Lynch starred in a Harry Potter television special called A Potter Senior Year once the films wrapped. She's also starred in the movie G.B.F., a short film titled It Don't Come Easy, and a handful of television shows.

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Evanna Lynch

Lynch has also starred in more films: Dynamite: A Cautionary Tale alongside Carol Kane, and My Name Is Emily, in which she landed the titular role.

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Maggie Smith (Minerva McGonagall)

To the younger generation, Smith will always be Professor McGonagall. But Smith is a treasured acting great (and a dame!), and is one of only 18 thespians to have won the Triple Crown of Acting (Oscar, Emmy and Tony).

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Maggie Smith

Smith played the Dowager Countess on Downton Abbey and reprised her role as Muriel Donnelly in 2015's The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, the sequel to The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel.

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Robert Pattinson (Cedric Diggory)

OK, so Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire may not be the main reason Robert Pattinson is famous, but you still want to know what he's up to, right?

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Robert Pattinson

Pattinson continues his work on the big screen in films like Queen of the Desert and Life. He co-stars with Mia Goth in the upcoming sci-fi film High Life. And, of course, there's the Twilight franchise.

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Katie Leung (Cho Chang)

Leung took some time away from acting after the Harry Potter films to decide if a career in show business was really what she wanted.

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Katie Leung

Leung eventually took the starring role in Jung Chang's play Wild Swans. She has also appeared on the BBC shows Father Brown and One Child. Her most recent role is on the big screen alongside Jackie Chan in The Foreigner.

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Matthew Lewis (Neville Longbottom)

Awkward yet super adorable, Lewis was endearing as could be as Neville Longbottom.

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Matthew Lewis

Neville Longbottom grew up and got hot. Lewis made major waves when he posed in his undies in Attitude Magazine, showing off his grown-up magical body. He appeared in the 2016 film Me Before You and the BBC series Ripper Street. The star married Angela Jones in 2018.

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Michael Gambon (Albus Dumbledore)

Sir Michael Gambon took over the role of Dumbledore after Richard Harris' death following Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets.

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Michael Gambon

Gambon has since returned to the stage, performing in All That Fall in London and to a sold-out crowd in New York. He recently appeared as Arthur in the film Kingsman: The Golden Circle in 2017.

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Ralph Fiennes (Lord Voldemort)

Ralph Fiennes had an incredible career before Harry Potter, earning Oscar nominations for Schindler's List and The English Patient, and kept the trend going after the movies were filmed.

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Ralph Fiennes

Fiennes starred in the award-winning Wes Anderson film The Grand Budapest Hotel and has lent his voice to characters in both Kubo and the Two Strings and The LEGO Batman Movie.

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Gary Oldman (Sirius Black)

Oldman has played a slew of iconic characters, from Sid Vicious all the way to the one and only Sirius Black.

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Gary Oldman

Oldman played Commissioner Gordon, everyone's favorite man in uniform (unless you count the Batsuit as a uniform), in The Dark Knight film trilogy. He also appeared in 2014's RoboCop and Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. At the 2018 Oscars, he won Best Actor for his portrayal of Winston Churchill in Darkest Hour.

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Helena Bonham Carter (Bellatrix Lestrange)

Before Harry Potter, Bonham Carter earned an Oscar nomination for Breaking the Waves and was best known for playing Marla Singer in the cult hit Fight Club.

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Helena Bonham Carter

A mainstay in her former partner Tim Burton's films, Bonham Carter appeared with her late Harry Potter co-star Alan Rickman in the sequel to 2010's Alice in Wonderland, Alice Through the Looking Glass. She stars as Rose in Ocean's Eight, a female-led spinoff of the Ocean's trilogy. She'll also star as Princess Margaret in new seasons of Netflix's Emmy-nominated drama The Crown.

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Robbie Coltrane (Rubeus Hagrid)

Coltrane played the lovable Hagrid in the Harry Potter films and stole the hearts of kids and animals worldwide.

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Robbie Coltrane

Since Harry Potter, Coltrane has been doing voice work, playing Lord Dingwall in Disney's animated movie Brave. He appeared on the British TV drama National Treasure in 2016.

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Alan Rickman (Severus Snape)

As Severus Snape, Rickman sort of creeped us (and the kids at Hogwarts) out. We quickly learned that he always meant well.

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Alan Rickman

Sadly, Alan Rickman passed away in January 2016. His final films were Eye in the Sky and Alice Through the Looking Glass.

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David Bradley (Argus Filch)

Bradley must have loved the feel of a box-office smash, because he went on to appear in Captain America: The First Avenger right after the last Harry Potter film.

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David Bradley

Bradley has also scored parts on popular television shows, including Game of Thrones, The Strain and Doctor Who.

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James and Oliver Phelps (Fred and George Weasley)

Confusing their mother and pestering their siblings were two steps in an average day for wizarding twins Fred and George Weasley.

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James and Oliver Phelps

The Phelps twins went on to star in a 2014 movie, Own Worst Enemy, in which they play (you guessed it) twins.