And as you can see, those Tami Taylor locks are still very much intact. What he's up to now: Since taking off the coaching cap, Kyle Chandler has had several roles on the big screen including Argo, Zero Dark Thirty, and The Wolf Of Wall Street. What he's up to now: Since his days as QB, Zach Gilford got married, starred in a Taylor Swift music video, and hit the big screens in The Purge: Anarchy which premiered in July 2014.
Chandler will be back on the screen this year in the Netflix series Bloodline. What she's up to now: Since leaving Dillon for good, Minka went on to have a role in the NBC series Parenthood, which was created by the executive producer of Friday Night Lights. What he's up to now: Since purchasing his plot of land in Dillon, Taylor Kitsch was on the big screen in the fantasy film John Carter. QB 1 stole our hearts in Dillon, and we're not sure we will ever get them back.
What she's up to now: Connie Britton must have clear eyes, and a very full heart...He admitted to Vanity Fair that his own high school was crazy about football, “maybe even crazier than Dillon”, and that he thinks the show’s creators did a wonderful job of accurately depicting a high school and town’s dedication and love for their own football team.Actors Jesse Plemons (L) and Kirsten Dunst attend the 21st Annual Critics’ Choice Awards at Barker Hangar on January 17, 2016 in Santa Monica, California.What she's up to now: Since leaving to pursue her very own coaching career on Friday Night Lights, Jurnee Smollett-Bell went on to star in Tyler Perry's Temptation: Confessions of a Marriage Counselor, land a recurring role on NBC's Parenthood, and make several appearances on in the final season of HBO's True Blood. But we secretly hope that he and Mindy are very happy together.What he's up to now: Since his days boosting the Dillon Panthers, Brad Leland has worked on the FX series Justified, had a small role on HBO's Veep, and manages his production company, Turnkey Productions II. What she's up to now: After leaving the Landing Strip behind, Stacey Oristano went on to land a role in ABC Family's Bunheads before it ended in 2013.because since Friday Night Lights ended, she hasn't lost.Britton went on to land roles in the first season of American Horror Story and the ABC drama Nashville.At the start of the show, Landry was a source of comedic relief and didn’t play football, but he joined the Panthers in Season 2, under Coach Eric Taylor, played by Kyle Chandler.In an exclusive interview with Buddy TV in 2007, prior to the release of Season 2, the actor discussed how his storyline changed from being the funny guy to having an intense and more serious emotional arc.He tells GQ, “Everyone’s like, ‘You gained all this weight! Men in general are just not held under the same microscope in that way. With [Breaking Bad], it’s a role where I’ve never done anything like this before, so it’s exciting to start dissecting and figuring out.” During his interview on “Late Night with Seth Meyers” in 2015, Plemons was asked if fans.’ I was like, ‘No, I’ve been fat for a while now.’ [laughs] Yeah, talking about it, if anything, makes me a little more empathetic— sympathetic? It’s bizarre that that’s all people wanted to talk about. [laughs] Awards shows…I just feel like a fish out of water at those things.” In 2016, Plemons won the Critics’ Choice TV Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Movie Made for Television or Limited Series, and was nominated for a Gold Derby TV Award for his work on , and what it was like going from lovable Landry to a villain, Plemons said, “With Landry, I have the same sort of feelings toward him as your buddy probably does. Plemons joked that fans of the shows can be very different. Like one fan wanted me to sort of make a gun with my hand and pretend to shoot them.