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The Stars of ‘Felicity’: Where Are They Now?

It's been 20 years since Felicity premiered on The WB on Sept. 29, 1998.

Keri Russell, Scott Speedman, Amy Jo Johnson, Tangi Miller, Scott Foley, Greg Grunberg, Amanda Foreman and Ian Gomez made up the main cast of the series. J.J. Abrams and Matt Reeves created Felicity, while Brian Grazer and Ron Howard served as producers through Imagine Entertainment.

The show follows recent high school graduate Felicity Porter (Russell) after her high school crush Ben (Speedman) signs her senior yearbook and reveals that he wished he could have gotten to know her better. Touched by the note, Felicity makes a last-minute change to her college plans and moves across the country to attend school at the University of New York, where Ben will be studying.

Felicity ran for four seasons, with its finale airing May 22, 2002.

Read on to see what the cast has been up to since graduating from college.

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# EPISODE AIRDATE 1sophomoric26 SEPTEMBER 1999
Felicity made her big choice over the summer -- she went cross-country with Ben. But now there's a ripple effect. Things are great with Ben. But Julie and Noel are far from forgiving her. 2the list3 OCTOBER 1999
Felicity notices that Ben has a funny look on his face, like he's unhappy. She tries to make herself over to please him. But taking things casually isn't Felicity's style, and she decides to call it quits with Ben rather than compromise herself. 3ancient history10 OCTOBER 1999
Felicity decides to drop pre-med and pursue art instead. It's a bumpy transition. But Noel ends up being a real friend when Felicity needs him. Ben and Sean convince Julie to continue living in the loft with them. 4the depths17 OCTOBER 1999
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When Felicity and Julie get stuck on a subway together for hours, their friendship is dissected by a bunch of eccentric strangers. Julie finally manages to forgive Felicity. Noel and Ruby spend a wonderful day together that concludes with a kiss. 5crash24 OCTOBER 1999
Felicity decides it's time to start dating again after a talk with Julie. Ben and Maggie spend the night together. But going out with an older woman isn't what Ben expected. 6the love bug7 NOVEMBER 1999
Felicity's desperate to figure out why David hasn't tried to kiss her yet. Noel hasn't told Ruby that he and Felicity used to go out. And Ben's determined to win over Maggie. 7getting lucky14 NOVEMBER 1999
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Felicity picks up a stray dog which wreaks havoc on everyone's lives and becomes her excuse not to have sex. Meanwhile, Sean is struggling with his feelings for Julie and Ben's morals are tested with Maggie. 8family affairs21 NOVEMBER 1999
David gets way too serious with Felicity just as her parents show up for Thanksgiving. Ben's in a serious situation of his own with Maggie and her husband. 9portraits19 DECEMBER 1999
Felicity and Noel contemplate giving their relationship another chance. But their history and Ruby are in the way. Julie might get a record contract. And Ben's freaking out about his English lit final. 10great expectations16 JANUARY 2000
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Felicity has a hard time dealing with the fact that her parents are separating. Noel's a TA and Ruby's one of his students. And Julie gets a chance to cut her demo under the supervision of producer Eric, who's hot for her. 11help for the lovelorn23 JANUARY 2000
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Felicity Porter, a normal girl with a broken heart, seeks a cure from a doctor who removes hearts, but she finds herself perpetually trapped in a box with Noel, Julie, Ben, and Elena. Is Felicity in the Twilight Zone? Well, kinda sorta. 12the slump6 FEBRUARY 2000
Parents splitting up ... Stone-cold busted for breaking into the university swimming pool, drinking ... Life couldn't be worse for Felicity. Yes it could. She and Ben now have to get shrinked by a major chain-smoker or they'll be kicked out of school. Ben wants Felicity to take off with him to Prague ... or is it Vienna? Elena's scared she won't be able to keep her hands off her cute new lab partner. Noel and Ruby may be in "Pappa don't preach" type trouble. 13truth or consequences13 FEBRUARY 2000
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As if the chain-smoking Dr. Pavone isn't bad enough, now Felicity and Ben have to atone for their sins by doing community service at the local health clinic. Speaking of which, Ruby's definitely pregnant, and Noel's dead set against having a child. The problem is, Ruby has no clue as to what she wants. And Julie is out-of-her-skin thrilled about landing her first record contract. 14true colors20 FEBRUARY 2000
With Ruby's overwhelming him emotionally, Noel seeks counsel from Ben, who shares details of a similar experience he had in high school. Meanwhile, Felicity clashes with her clinic boss over missing patient files. 15things change27 FEBRUARY 2000
Felicity and Ben compete to see who can be more jealous. Ben wins hands down. Elena and Tracey compete for the best grade on the chemistry exam. Felicity's dad is having a total nervous breakdown and comes to work at the clinic. And Noel and Ruby are totally kaput. 16revolutions5 APRIL 2000
Felicity leads the entire school in a "sit-in" demonstration to fight the school's policy on the morning after pill. Julie finally talks about her experience being raped to help further Felicity's cause. Ben and Noel set out to study but end up getting trashed and beating the ever-living crap out of each other. 17docuventary II12 APRIL 2000
Viva la documentary! It's all about guerrilla filmmaking when Sean takes to the streets, apartments, and workplaces to interview the gang about their personal relationships. Broken down, Ben loves Felicity but Felicity loves Greg. Ruby loves Noel but Noel won't go there. Sean loves Julie, but she doesn't know. Elena and Tracey love each other and Javier loves himself. 18party lines19 APRIL 2000
Sean's still on the documentary prowl this time chasing the real dirt on the possibility of Ben and Felicity getting back together. Felicity decides to run for class president directly competing against Greg. Ben takes an internship with a stockbroker and ends up watching the guy's bratty kid the entire time. Julie asks Noel to the Sadie Hawkins Dance... And Elena and Tracey still bicker instead of jumping each other. 19running mates26 APRIL 2000
It's mayhem on the campaign trail with Greg, Richard, and Felicity competing against each other. Tracey tells Elena he doesn't believe in premarital sex, driving their relationship to a screeching halt. And just as Ben and Felicity inch closer together, Ben screws it up again, maybe this time for good. 20ben was here3 MAY 2000
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Everyone's living at the loft after a water main bursts at the dorms and Tracey desecrates Noel and Elena's apartment. Sean confesses his undying love to Julie and Ben tries to steal Felicity away from Greg. 21the aretha theory10 MAY 2000
Felicity and the girl gang go out for a drunken night on the town. Noel and Ruby make another go at their relationship. And Ben finally pulls it together and fights for Felicity's love. 22final answer17 MAY 2000
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Everyone is getting it on. It's make-out mayhem when final exams bring out the animal in all, even Tracey who's sworn celibacy until the cows come home. 23the biggest deal there is24 MAY 2000
Felicity grapples with the dilemma of staying in New York or going with Ben for the summer. Julie is asked to give up a kidney for her birth father, whom she's never met. Noel decides he wants to be a bad boy and takes off with Javier's bad-girl cousin Natalie. And after relentless cruelty toward Sean, Meghan finally gives in to the real deal with him.
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Felicity (TV series)

1998 American drama television series

Felicity is an American drama television series created by J. J. Abrams and Matt Reeves and produced by Touchstone Television and Imagine Television for The WB. Brian Grazer and Ron Howard were executive producers through Imagine Entertainment.

The series revolves around the college experiences of the title character, Felicity Porter (portrayed by Keri Russell), as she attends the "University of New York" (based on New York University), which lies across the country from her home in Palo Alto, California. The show ran for four seasons from September 29, 1998, to May 22, 2002, with each season corresponding to the traditional American university divisions of freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior years.

In 2007, Felicity was one of Time magazine's "All-Time 100 Best TV Shows."[1]AOL TV named Felicity one of the "Best School Shows of All Time."[2] In June 2010, Entertainment Weekly named Felicity Porter one of the "100 Greatest Characters of the Last 20 Years".[3]


Main article: List of Felicity episodes

The series opens at Felicity's high school graduation, where she asks Ben Covington, a classmate on whom she has a crush, to sign her yearbook. Moved by his comment that he wished they had gotten to know each other further, she changes her education plans completely, deciding to follow Ben to New York rather than attend Stanford University as a pre-med student. Felicity's overbearing parents, concerned about Felicity's seemingly rash decision, come to New York to try to persuade her to return home and "get back on track". Felicity has second thoughts about her decision, but soon realizes that she came not only to follow Ben, but to discover her true inner self.

While Felicity works to sort out her emotions, she continues the basic motions of student life and moves into her dorm. There, she meets the resident advisor Noel Crane. Eventually, the two develop a romantic relationship, and the love triangle among Felicity, Ben, and Noel forms the basic dramatic conflicts in the show throughout the series.

A number of other characters appear and play large roles in Felicity's life. Her roommate for the first two years is Meghan Rotundi, a gothWiccan who occasionally casts spells on Felicity and others. Julie Emrick is one of Felicity's best friends, as is Elena Tyler, who often takes classes with Felicity. Felicity also has male friends, including Sean Blumberg, who is always trying to produce new off-kilter inventions, and Javier Clemente Quintata, who manages the Dean & DeLuca where Felicity works for most of her college career.

A recurring episode opener of the show is a stark camera shot of Felicity sitting in a dormitory room or apartment holding a tape recorder, recalling events in order to make a cassette tape to send to an old friend named Sally Reardon (voiced by Janeane Garofalo). This occasionally provides a method for Felicity to narrate an entire episode. At the end of episodes like this, Felicity is often shown to be listening to a tape that Sally has sent in reply.

Cast and characters[edit]

See also: List of Felicity characters

Characters are listed in title credit order and by appearance on the show.



Felicity was filmed in part in New York City, and is set at the fictional University of New York (UNY), based on New York University (NYU). Like NYU, UNY is located in Greenwich Village near Washington Square Park, and the school is an important part of the show. Although like other universities, NYU normally welcomes being mentioned in film or on television as free product placement, the university refused permission for the show to use its name, stating that "[t]he negatives kind of outweighed the positives."[4]

Writer's age[edit]

In 1999, a publicly hyped young writer for the show, Riley Weston, was disclosed as a fraud for claiming to be much younger than she truly was. At the age of 32, she began marketing herself to television studios as a recent high school graduate, passing off her husband as her older brother. She was soon hired by the WB Network as a writer for Felicity.[5] Hailed as a child prodigy and "wunderkind",[6] she was featured on Entertainment Weekly's October 1998 list of the "100 Most Creative People in Entertainment", which described her as an up-and-coming 19-year-old. Shortly thereafter, she was offered a six-figure screenwriting deal with Disney.[7] Her real identity and age were exposed after a Felicity producer checked her social security number. Soon afterward, her contract with WB expired and was not renewed, and her deal with Disney fell through.[citation needed]

Time-slot and hairstyle changes[edit]

In the summer of 1999, after filming the first season,[8]Felicity star Russell—known for what The New York Times described as "[t]hat glorious head of voluminous golden backlit hair"[9]—sent the show's producers a photo wearing a short-haired wig. They panicked before learning that it was a joke but then suggested to the actress that a new hairstyle would be appropriate.[8] After being shifted from Tuesday nights at 9:00 pm Eastern to Sunday nights at 8:00 pm Eastern (WB's weakest night) for the 1999–2000 season, the ratings for Felicity declined immediately. This decline occurred before the hair-style change, but the later hair-style change became conflated by some of the public and by some of the popular press[9] and network executives with this earlier event and thus incorrectly blamed the earlier ratings drop partly on the later new hairstyle. After the negative reaction Russell rejected wearing extensions or a wig while her hair grew back. Although storytelling and time-slot changes had already created a ratings decline, a network executive said WB actors' future hair changes would "be given more thought at the network than it previously would have".[8] In 2010, TV Guide Network listed the hairstyle change at No. 19 on their list of "25 Biggest TV Blunders," with several commentators arguing that it was the reason that the ratings of the show dropped.[10] The haircut incident went on to become a popular culture reference within other television shows, both comedic and dramatic. Despite the controversy, Felicity survived for two more seasons.

Home media[edit]

Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment released the DVDs over a period of four years.[when?][citation needed] Because of high music licensing costs, many of the songs from the original broadcast episodes were replaced in the DVD releases, some of them with songs by artists from the independent label Rescue Records.[citation needed]Blaire Reinhard ("Over and Over" and "Can't Let Go"), Mike Schmidt ("Just Wave Goodbye"), and Beth Thornley ("Mr. Lovely") are some of the artists whose music was used for the DVDs but not the original broadcasts.[citation needed]

In a commentary track on the final episode of Disney/Buena Vista's original Freshman Year Collection DVD release ("Felicity Was Here"), co-creator Matt Reeves said the pilot and season finale contained the same music as when the show originally aired, but some other episodes contained changes. "One of the sad things about going into syndication is that certain rights that we were able to get in the first year we weren't able to get," Reeves said. "In the pilot and in this episode we have all the original music as it appeared on the series."[citation needed]

Some episodes did not have proper telecine encoding and when viewed on an HDTV, some interlacing artifacts are visible.[citation needed] All four seasons were re-released on DVD by ABC Studios on April 7, 2009 in "slimmer" packaging.[11][12][13][14] These region 1 releases have been discontinued and are now out of print.[citation needed]

On February 9, 2012, it was announced that Lionsgate Home Entertainment had acquired the rights to the series and planned on re-releasing it. Seasons 1 and 2 were re-released on May 1, 2012 and do not contain any extras, subtitles, or other languages besides English.[15][16][17] Seasons 3 and 4 were re-released on May 7, 2013.[18]

Title Release Details Special features
Felicity: Freshman Year Collection
  • November 5, 2002
    (United States)
  • November 4, 2003 (Australia & New Zealand)
  • 22 episodes
  • 6-disc set
  • 1.33:1 Aspect Ratio
  • Subtitles: English, French (Australia), Dutch (Australia)
  • Languages:
    • English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
    • French (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround) (Australia)
  • Audio commentary on "Pilot"
    • J. J. Abrams and Matt Reeves (Co-creators and executive producers)
  • Audio commentary on "Felicity Was Here"
    • J. J. Abrams and Matt Reeves (Co-creators and executive producers)
Felicity: Sophomore Year Collection
  • July 22, 2003
    (United States)
  • 23 episodes
  • 6-disc set
  • 1.33:1 Aspect Ratio
  • Subtitles: English
  • Languages:
    • English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
    • Spanish
  • 5 audio commentaries
  • Never-before-seen Network Pilot episode
  • Keri Russell's audition
  • Felicity "Emmy Parody" spoof (Produced for the Emmy broadcast)[19]
Felicity: Junior Year Collection
  • September 21, 2004 (United States)
  • 17 episodes
  • 5-disc set
  • 1.33:1 Aspect Ratio
  • Subtitles: English
  • Languages:
    • English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
    • Spanish
  • Audio commentaries
  • "Docuventary: A Look Back at Season 3 with Greg Grunberg"
  • Mad TV Parody[20]
Felicity: Senior Year Collection
  • March 8, 2005
    (United States)
  • 22 episodes
  • 6-disc set
  • 1.33:1 Aspect Ratio
  • Subtitles: English
  • Languages:
    • English (Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround)
    • Spanish
  • Audio commentaries
  • "The Lost Elena Scenes" – J. J. Abrams and Matt Reeves present deleted scenes from the finale, showing that Felicity saves Elena's life by convincing her to attend medical school at Duke instead of Columbia.
  • "Fade Out" – Behind-the-scenes reflections with Keri Russell and the show's creators
  • Creating characters – Q&A with J. J. Abrams, Keri Russell, Matt Reeves, and Jennifer Garner[21]



The series debut garnered 7.1 million viewers.[22]


Felicity was nominated for 38 awards during its run from 1998 to 2002 and won several, including an Emmy Award for Outstanding Cinematography for a Series for Robert Primes and Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Drama for Keri Russell.[26]


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  3. ^Adam B. Vary (June 1, 2010). "The 100 Greatest Characters of the Last 20 Years: Here's our full list!". Entertainment Weekly. Time Inc. Retrieved July 7, 2012.
  4. ^Gates, Anita (September 2, 1998). "N.Y.U. Says, 'No, Thanks' To Star Role in a Sitcom". NYTimes.com. Retrieved April 27, 2012.
  5. ^Bernard Weinraub (1998-10-17). "TV Writer, 32, Passed for 19; Bloom Is Off Her Contract". The New York Times. Retrieved 2008-11-30.
  6. ^Elber, Lynn (October 15, 1998). "Teen Wunderkind TV Writer Unmasked". Associated Press. Retrieved March 21, 2014.
  7. ^Jenny Hontz (1998-10-15). "Old enough to know better". Variety. Retrieved 2008-11-30.
  8. ^ abcOwen, Rob (January 21, 2000). "On the Tube: The ratings dropped with her golden locks – WB says grow it back". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Retrieved November 15, 2007.
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  14. ^"Felicity: Season Four". Amazon.com. Retrieved June 23, 2010.
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  21. ^"Felicity: The Complete Fourth Season". Video.com. Archived from the original on December 4, 2010. Retrieved June 23, 2010.
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External links[edit]

J. J. Abrams

  • Mission: Impossible III (2006, also wrote)
  • Star Trek (2009, also produced)
  • Super 8 (2011, also wrote, produced)
  • Star Trek Into Darkness (2013, also produced)
  • Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015, also wrote, produced)
  • Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (2019, also wrote, produced)
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List of Felicity characters

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The following is a partial list of characters from the television series Felicity:

Main characters[edit]

Felicity Elizabeth Porter[edit]

The title character is played by Keri Russell. The series opens with Felicity's high school graduation. Following the ceremony she sees Ben, her high school crush, and goes over to ask him to sign her year book. The note he writes is thoughtful, and hints at missed opportunity and disappointment. Felicity decides to abandon her plans to study pre-med at Stanford University and instead follows Ben to New York. Once there she realizes her decision was more than about Ben, that she needs to find herself, away from her parents' influence and expectations. She is a remarkably intelligent and thoughtful person, yet can be led to make rather impulsive and rash decisions. As the show progresses she grows into a more secure and centered young woman. Felicity chose to be an art major.

Ben Steven Covington[edit]

Ben (Scott Speedman) is the reason Felicity goes to school in New York. Like Felicity, he is from Palo Alto, California. Surprised at seeing her there, he becomes uncomfortable with her interest in him. Ben comes from a complex home life. He has a great deal of conflict with his father (played by John Ritter), who is an alcoholic who routinely makes promises that he fails to keep. Ben's mother, however, is a stable and loving parent. Felicity's best friend Julie and Ben come to share a mutual attraction to one another, but Julie is hesitant out of concern for Felicity. Eventually Ben and Julie start a relationship mid-way through their freshman year, but break up just before the summer break. Ben suffers a brief gambling addiction, and serious financial issues that threaten his tuition and livelihood. Ben and Felicity begin a relationship at the end of their freshman year, but it quickly ends when Ben becomes worried. This is followed by a strung out affair with a married caterer named Maggie, who is vindictive over her husband's philandering. Ben and Felicity's relationship is a central feature of the show, and shifts between a friendship and a romantic relationship off and on throughout the series. Ben has difficulty expressing his feelings and initially appears not to be very thoughtful or contemplative, especially in contrast to Felicity. Ben becomes a protective and loyal friend to Felicity. An average student, Ben is personable and athletic. However he often makes hasty or detrimental decisions which he comes to regret. Over the course of the series Ben's true depth and sensitivity become apparent.

Noel Crane[edit]

Played by Scott Foley. Noel first appeared in the show as Felicity's sophomore Resident Advisor. Felicity often vents to him about her unrequited love interest Ben; this creates internal conflict for Noel as he romantically pursues Felicity. Noel also has a long-term, long distance girlfriend named Hanna (Jennifer Garner) who is a composer. They break up on Thanksgiving after Hanna reveals that she is spending time with a man at her college. Noel begins dating Felicity that very day. They experience stumbling blocks along the way, namely Noel's conflicted feelings for ex-girlfriend Hanna, and when Felicity in turn loses her virginity to an art student (Simon Rex). They break up after a few months when she chooses a summer road trip with Ben over Noel's invitation to Berlin. But Noel entertains the notion of a romantic relationship with Felicity for the rest of the series. He moves into a two-bedroom apartment at the onset of his junior year and is roommates with Elena. His tension with Felicity eases to the point of affection. Noel meets Ruby, a freshman advisee and dorm-mate to Felicity. Ruby is a new actress vying for the romantic lead opposite Tom Cruise in a blockbuster film. She gets the part. Noel and Ruby maintain a long-distance set-up while she's on location, with regular visits. Noel ends the relationship after two or three months when he learns that Ruby is pregnant with a child who is not related to him. In the summer between Junior and Senior years, Noel drops out of college, gets highlights and marries Javier's cousin, Natalie (Ali Landry). He is eventually talked down by his friends and associates, re-darkens his hair and annuls the marriage. Noel is a self-identified computer geek with a particular fondness for Mac computers and graphic design. Noel comes from a working-class background and has one older brother whom he looks up to as a model guy complete with the ideal girlfriend. Unbeknownst to Noel, his brother (Eddie McClintock) is gay. He comes out to Noel in the first season, and asks for support in sharing this with their parents.

Elena Tyler[edit]

Played by Tangi Miller. Elena is Felicity's first lab partner and also lives on Felicity's floor in the dorm. She is from New York and prior to University she lived with her widowed father. Her mother died of cancer when she was "very young." Elena is from a working-class background and her tuition is paid through scholarships. She is a fiercely competitive and driven student with plans to attend medical school. She appears more confident and direction driven than Felicity, but, as they become closer, she opens up and reveals some her own insecurities. Elena has a few romantic relationships through the course of the show. She dates Blair, a fellow student, for the first half of her freshman year until Felicity catches Blair and Elena's best friend in an affair. After seeing the two for herself, Elena ends the relationship by punching Blair in the face. These events bring Elena and Felicity closer together as friends. Later that year, Elena embarks on an affair with her much older professor, Dr. McGrath. She volunteers to fill in for his assistant in the evenings and the two develop a relationship after a string of flirtations. Later it becomes apparent that she is only one of several students he has cunningly seduced. Elena's most significant relationship is with Tracy, a virgin. They become engaged but ultimately do not marry. Elena is killed in a car accident in season four, but remains alive in alternate timeline due to Felicity's spontaneous time travel.

Julie Emrick[edit]

Played by Amy Jo Johnson. Julie is Felicity's first real friend at UNY. She is a guitar player and singer/songwriter. Julie has a mutual attraction with Ben, Felicity's main love interest and impetus for moving to New York. Julie is flirtatious by nature and often finds herself in uncomfortable situations involving men. During first year she dates a film student, who goes on to date rape her. Around this time, she finds comfort and patience in Ben who supports her through the emotional aftermath in late night conversation and sleepovers. They date halfway into freshman year for a few months. At the end of that year, Ben uses the "heavy" tone of the relationship as a reason to break up. Julie later finds out that Ben was interested in Felicity. Also in the first season, it is revealed that Julie has come to New York to find her birth mother. Julie hires a private detective who finds her. She then applies for an internship at her birth mother's firm in order to learn more about her. Julie finds that the two have much in common, including a talent for rhythm guitar. Eventually, she confronts her mother with her identity, and after the initial shock they form a warm dialogue. Julie later finds out that her mother's current husband is actually her birth father. She was conceived when they were teenagers and her mother gave birth to Julie unbeknownst to her father. The two reconnected in college, were married and had two more children. Julie's birth mother fears being exposed and is more than hesitant to introduce Julie to her father. Sophomore year, Julie moves into Sean and Ben's apartment. She places a greater focus on her music and turning it into a career.

Sean Blumberg[edit]

Played by Greg Grunberg. Sean is not a student at NYU with everyone else. He is in his mid to late twenties and owns his own loft apartment. Ben is roommates with him during the first season and subsequently, Julie, Meghan and Noel all live there at some point. He doesn't appear to have a job throughout the series (until the end), but is constantly coming up with new entrepreneurial ideas. A partial list includes: marzipan boxers (edible), disposable camera vending machines, Lacto's milk-less cereal (just add water), Bagel knobs – injected w/ cream cheese and lox, etc., Shreme (sugar and cream), Flavored pen caps, Marshmallow rotisserie, Smoothaise (a condiment of unknown ingredients), Shrimp yogurt, ‘Before and After’ – a restaurant that only serves appetizers and desserts, Sleep mask alarm clock combo, Comfort cologne – smells like guys’ favorite foods - mac and cheese, brisket, lasagna, etc. and Shoe covers. In season 2, he and Meghan Rotundi begin dating and in season 4 they, rather impulsively, get married.

Meghan Rotundi[edit]

Played by Amanda Foreman. Meghan is Felicity's first roommate during her dorm days. She is a goth wiccan and appears to be the polar opposite of Felicity, whom she describes living with as "like living with a TV that's always playing Little House on the Prairie, only with more sweaters." Initially she and Felicity fail to see eye-to-eye on things, but by the end of the series Meghan and Felicity have formed a very close and lasting friendship.

Javier Clemente Quintata[edit]

Played by Ian Gomez. Javier is Felicity and Ben's manager at Dean & DeLuca, a coffee shop. He is from Spain, speaks in a strong Spanish accent and is animated and bubbly. He becomes very close with both Felicity and Ben and, through them comes to know Elena, Noel and Julie. He has a boyfriend, Samuel and they get married at the end of season two. He also decides to go back to school and get his degree beginning in season three.

Recurring Cast[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Felicity_characters
2.02 - The List (part 1) (the roof)

‘Felicity’ Cast: Where Are They Now?

On September 29, 1998, The WB launched a new drama titled Felicity, following recent high school graduate Felicity Porter (portrayed by Keri Russell) through her college life in New York City, across the country from her home in California. The series, which also starred Scott Speedman, Amy Jo Johnson, Tangi Miller, Scott Foley, Greg Grunberg and Amanda Foreman, aired for four seasons, following the group through the four years of college.

The show, which aired until May 2002, marked the first TV show for J.J. Abrams, as he cocreated the series with Matt Reeves.

In 2018, the cast reunited at the ATX TV Festival in Austin, Texas, and Russell revealed that she understands why the show is timeless, still touching fans years later.

“The beauty of the show, as always, this really simple idea that I feel is very relatable. This romantic idea … that a lot of times when you’re young of this chance to change your life completely,” she said at the time. “Everyone can look back on that one moment: I wish I would have chosen him or taken that chance. That’s was the sweetness, beauty and the truth of the show. And that’s what we got to live out through Felicity. She did, she took the risks. She jumped. That was the strength and core story of the show.”

She also reflected on one of the most memorable scenes from the show: Felicity’s drastic haircut, which happened after Russell texted the creators a picture of her in a boy’s wig, joking she’d cut her hair.

“I was with my girlfriends at some lake and I got this phone call … and [Abrams] said, ‘Hey, we got your picture, would you really cut your hair?’ And I said ‘I guess.’ They said it was a typical college girl’s story: a guy breaks up with her and the girl cuts her hair and it’s bad. I loved it. It was such a good storyline,” she said on the panel. “And I think the thing that was so surprising to me about the reaction … is that Felicity was never a fashion plate anyway. … I was wearing baggy clothes and so I didn’t think everyone cared so much about the way I looked. … It wasn’t the best, but it was so good for the character it didn’t matter.”

Scroll through the gallery below to see what the cast has been up to since the show wrapped.

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