Since leaving Neptune and sleuthing behind, Veronica herself has gone on to experience big-screen success with Disney's popular hit movie Frozen as well as Forgetting Sarah Marshall and When in Rome. Bell returned to the small screen in Showtime's hit series House of Lies, Rob Thomas' Party Down, and she voiced Gossip Girl's titular blogger for six years. She's expecting a little marshmallow of her own with husband Dax Shepard.
Dohring, who played fan favorite bad boy Logan Echolls, starred on the cult favorite vampire series Moonlight before making memorable guest appearances on the CW's Supernatural and Ringer. He has two kids with wife Lauren Kutner. He's also losing his shirt to play a parody of himself on CW Seed's Veronica Mars meta spinoff web series Play It Again Dick.
After portraying Keith Mars, one of TV's most beloved fathers, Colantoni starred on Flashpoint and recurs on CBS' Person of Interest. He can also be seen in the new fall TV series The Mysteries of Laura.
Lowell, who played Veronica's geek-chic college BF Piz, went on to star on Private Practice before finding big screen success in The Help opposite Emma Stone. He also starred on the critically loved Fox comedy Enlisted, but it was canceled after only one season. RIP Enlisted.
Daggs has appeared on In Plain Sight and Southland since playing Veronica's trusty sidekick Wallace.
Hansen, who played the lovable jerk Dick Casablancas, went on to star in another cult favorite TV series Party Down, on which many Veronica Mars alums guest starred. He made memorable appearances on Happy Endings, Parenthood and 2 Broke Girls before landing Bad Teacher, a pilot based on the Cameron Diaz film. Now Marshmallows can see him play himself and Dick Casablancas as he stars in the Veronica Mars meta spinoff series Play It Again Dick.
Seyfried, who played the Veronica's murdered BFF Lily Kane, aka TV's coolest dead girl, has become a household name thanks to her work in hit films such as Mean Girls, Mamma Mia and Letters to Juliet. Most recently, she starred in the Oscar nominated musical Les Miserables and Seth MacFarlane's spaghetti western A Million Ways to Die In the West.
Who knew Deputy Leo was so funny?! Greenfield went on to earn an Emmy nomination for his work as TV's most adorable douchebag Schmidt on Fox's hit sitcom New Girl, and even showed up for an episode of The Mindy Project in a case of beautiful network synergy.
After saying goodbye to the role of tech geek Mac, Majorino starred in the cult hit Napoleon Dynamite and enjoyed small screen success on Big Love, Bones and True Blood. She played an intern who died tragically on Grey's Anatomy, and now she stars in TNT's drama Legends.
Dunn clocked appearances on CSI:NY and the film Jumper after his character Duncan, Veronica's first love, hightailed it out of Neptune with his and Meg's (Alona Tal) baby.
Marino played the Mars' foe Vinnie Van Lowe and was set up to become Sherriff of Neptune in the series finale. Since Veronica Mars ended, Marino has starred on Reaper, Party Down, Children's Hospital and E!'s own Burning Love. Now, Marino stars with Casey Wilson on NBC's new comedy Marry Me.
Tal went on to play the fan favorite Jo on Supernatural and starred on the CW's Cult after her character Meg was killed off in season two. Most recently, she recurred on the finale season of Burn Notice.
Since playing Veronica's college roommate and Logan's rebound girl Parker Lee in season three, Gonzalo stars in TNT's successful Dallas reboot.
After playing Wallace's girlfriend Jackie in season two, Thompson went on to star on ABC's shortlived 666 Park Avenue, as well as Copper. She also appeared in When a Stranger Calls, and on Grey's Anatomy as Chief Webber's niece.
After his character Beaver was killed off in season two, Gallner starred in the films Jennifer's Body and Beautiful Creatures and appeared on The Walking Dead, Big Love and CSI: NY.
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