'Star Trek: Next Generation': Where are they now?

POSTED: 3:39 AM Sep 28 2012   UPDATED: 2:00 AM May 23 2014

It's been 20 years since "Star Trek: The Next Generation" aired its final episode on May 23, 1994. With two decades having passed since the show left the airwaves, take a look at where its stars are today.

Star Trek TNG - James Cromwell now
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Cromwell has seen his acting career blossom since his "Next Generation" appearances, earning an Oscar nomination for 1995's "Babe" and racking up such credits as "L.A. Confidential," "The Green Mile," "Space Cowboys," "I, Robot," "The Queen," "Spider-Man 3," "Six Feet Under," "24," "W." (in which he played President George H.W. Bush), "Secretariat" and "The Artist." His most recent credits have come working in television, including roles on "American Horror Story: Asylum," "Boardwalk Empire" and "Betrayal."

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