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

Published On: Sep 28 2012 03:39:34 AM EDT   Updated On: May 23 2014 02:00:00 AM EDT

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.

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The granddaughter of the late entertainer Bing Crosby, Denise Crosby has had roles in "Models, Inc.," "The X-Files," "Dexter," "Mad Men" and "Southland." She's also appeared in movies such as "Jackie Brown," "Pet Cemetery" and "Deep Impact." Crosby produced and narrated the 1997 documentary "Trekkies," followed by the 2003 sequel, "Trekkies 2." Both films star Crosby, who conducts interviews with devotees of Star Trek, more commonly known as "Trekkies." More recently, she's had a recurring role on the Showtime series "Ray Donovan" and joined "The Walking Dead" for the final two episodes of its fourth season in March 2014, playing "Mary," one of the leaders of the mysterious community known as Terminus.

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