Here's What the Cast of 'Remember the Titans' Looks Like 15 Years Later

by John Boone 8:40 AM PDT, September 29, 2015
Playing Here's What the Cast of 'Remember the Titans' Looks Like 15 Years Later

Everywhere we gooOOo, people want to knooOOw, who we arrrreEEEE, so we tell them...WE ARE THE TITANS. (WE ARE THE TITANS.) THE MIGHTY, MIGHT TITANS. (THE MIGHTY, MIGHTY TITANS.)

Fifteen years ago our favorite cinematic football team introduced themselves to us and told us they were feeling good (oh ah!), and it’s safe to say we still remember them. Here’s what the cast of 2000’s Remember the Titans looks like a decade and a half later.

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Denzel Washington (Coach Herman Boone)

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Washington will next star in the Western The Magnificent Seven opposite Chris Pratt and Matt Bomer.

Will Patton (Coach Bill Yoast)

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Patton fought aliens for five seasons as Colonel Weaver on TNT’s Falling Skies.

Hayden Panettiere (Sheryl Yoast)

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Panettiere is twice Golden Globe-nominated for Nashville and gave birth in December 2014 to her first child, daughter Kaya.

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Wood Harris (Julius Campbell)

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Harris played Bobby Cannavale’s police partner, Gale, in Marvel’s Ant-Man.

Ryan Hurst (Gerry Bertier)

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Hurst played Harry ‘Opie’ Winston on Sons of Anarchy for four years, before moving on to series like Bates Motel and now Outsiders.

Donald Faison (Petey Jones)

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Faison stars on TV Land's sitcom The Exes and guest stars on Undateable.

Ethan Suplee (Louie Lastik)

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Suplee found success on shows like My Name Is Earl and Raising Hope, and most recently played “Buddy #2” in the Taken parody, Tooken.

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Kip Pardue (Ronnie 'Sunshine' Bass)

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Pardue plays FBI Agent Volchek on Showtime’s Ray Donovan.

Kate Bosworth (Emma Hoyt)

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Bosworth plays Julianne Moore’s daughter in Still Alice, which won Moore her Oscar in 2015. She’ll next star in the TV series The Art of More on Crackle.

And we could never forget...

Ryan Gosling (Alan Bosley)

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Hey, girl.