It's been over two years since Dexter officially came to an end, and since then the cast has continued to kick butt in other projects. From Broadway plays to (more) hit TV shows, the stars of the series haven't slowed down one bit.
Since starring in the Showtime series, the 44-year-old has focused most of his attention towards Broadway plays. He played the lead role in Hedwig and the Angry Inch, playing a transgender singer, last year, and early next month he'll star in the off-Broadway musical Lazarus co-written by David Bowie.
He's dating writer Morgan Macgregor, 42.
Michael C. Hall and Morgan Macgregor. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
The 61-year-old has kept busy since Dexter ended. He has a recurring role in NBC's show State of Affairs and a few movies coming out later this year including The Night Watchmen, Decommissioned, and The Wrong Side of Right. He also starred in the film Unnatural earlier this year.
The 15-year-old has continued to act and has been in a handful of movies including By God's Grace with his brother Brennan,18, and A Million Ways to Die in the West with Seth MacFarlane and Charlize Theron.
The 66-year-old was in the FX series Fargo last year and currently stars in the CBS series Madam Secretary.
All three of his children are actors – his daughter Martha Plimpton, 44, was on the FOX show Raising Hope for four years, Sorel Carradine, 30, will star in the movie Broken Links next year, and his son Cade Carradine, 33, has a few new movies coming out next year including Prettyface with Patrick Schwarzenegger, and Enter the Fist and the Golden Fleecing with Danny Trejo.