The Stars of Married With Children: Where Are They Now?

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The antithesis of the loving “Cosby Show” family, “Married With Children” focused on the Bundys, a suburban Chicago family who would rather eat nails than say a kind word to one another. Amazingly, the show lasted for 10 seasons but hey, where else could you get soft core porn, misogyny, and weight-shaming all in one show? So, what is the cast of M:WC up to nearly 30 years later?
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Al Bundy

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Al Bundy

Al was a beer loving, indebted, father of two, portrayed as both a comedic and tragic figure. Although he is cheap, unsuccessful, lustful, unhappy, and scheming, he nevertheless stands by his family, displaying wit, self-sacrifice and resilience in times of crisis.
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Ed O’Neill

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Ed O’Neill

Since 2009, O’Neill has played the role of Jay Pritchett on Modern Family, a role that earned him Emmy award nominations in 2011 and 2012, where he once again plays a man’s man with a heart of gold.
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Peggy Bundy

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Peggy Bundy

Peggy was Al’s lazy, self-indulgent wife and terrible mother who refused to cook or clean the house and never worked a day in her life. She made Al’s life difficult, and as a couple they were both perfectly horrible at pretty much everything.
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Katey Sagal

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Katey Sagal

Katey resides in the Los Angeles area with husband, writer/producer/director/creator Kurt Sutter, whose acclaimed work Sons of Anarchy (2008), had Katey intriguingly cast as Gemma, a motorcycle club family matriarch. She won a Golden Globe award for Best Actress for that role in 2011.
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Kelly Bundy

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Kelly Bundy

Kelly Bundy is the eldest child of Al and Peggy Bundy, and notorious for her extreme stupidity (which may or may not have been inherited from her mother) and promiscuity (which may or may not have been inherited from her father), much to the dismay of Al.
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Christina Applegate

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Christina Applegate

In 2008 she underwent a double mastectomy when she tested positive breast cancer and has since been an advocate for breast cancer awareness. As far as TV series go, most recently, Applegate starred opposite Will Arnett in the sitcom Up All Night.
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Bud Bundy

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Bud Bundy

Bud was the second-born child and was actually sort of smart… unlike the rest of the clan. He was also incredibly socially awkward, and he even had a rap career briefly to try to get girls. It was clear that he was a Bundy based on the fact that he is constantly humiliated.
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David Faustino

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David Faustino

David has since had many bit parts on TV but in April, 2012, The Legend of Korra premiered. He is the voice of Mako, a teenage firebender who is the captain of his Pro-Bending team The Fire Ferrets and Avatar Korra’s boyfriend.
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Steve Rhoades

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Steve Rhoades

Steve is a mortgage broker who seems unfazed by his lower position than Marcy at The Leading Bank of Chicago. He initially condescends to the Bundys, but eventually becomes more like them. Although Steve, in general, respects his marriage to Marcy, he is not above leering at other women
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David Garrison

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David Garrison

Although he is most widely known for his stage roles, he continues to be seen frequently in guest-starring roles on television today. Garrison most recently played Fagin in the Paper Mill Playhouse production of Oliver!, which lasted from November 21 through December 29, 2013.
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Marcy Rhoades

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Marcy Rhoades

Initially, Marcy was a sweet, wholesome newlywed, but years of living next to the Bundys apparently warped her into a character almost as outrageous as the Bundys. Marcy also has a disturbing dark side, and enjoys sharing her past memories with Peg, but often tends to get lost in them.
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Amanda Bearse

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Amanda Bearse

Amanda took up the challenge of TV and film directing while appearing on the show. In 2005, she directed The Sperm Donor, a pilot for NBC and in 2006, Bearse teamed with Rosie O’Donnell to direct The Big Gay Sketch Show, which debuted on Logo on April 24, 2007.
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