Like many The CW TV shows, Hart of Dixie premiered to much anticipation, and rode this goodwill for four years before it was cancelled in 2015. The show did have its dedicated fanbase, though, who were sad to see it go. Now, years later, the cast has branched out here and there in a number of appearances onscreen.
Most of the show’s cast has continued to feature on TV, although only a few of them have managed to land regular roles. Still, the fans of Hart of Dixie will be very keen to know where the whole gang has been since the series finale.
10 Kaitlyn Black
Kaitlyn hadn’t had any noteworthy credits in her filmography before Hart of Dixie, and it appears as if the show was where she had her most noteworthy time on the screen. In the last four years, Kaitlyn hasn’t been seen much in the business.
Her most noticeable appearance has been a single episode on NCIS: New Orleans in 2016, following two TV films titled Babynapped and Killer Single Dad in subsequent years. She’s still very talented, as Kaitlyn is accomplished in theater, ballet, and even tap dancing.
9 Laura Bell Bundy
Officially, Laura had a recurring role on the show, but appearing in 24 episodes is enough to indicate she was a significant part of it. While appearing on Hart of Dixie, Laura had a main role on Charlie Sheen’s Anger Management and a minor role on How I Met Your Mother.
Since then, though, Laura hasn’t been able to capture any regular roles and has been seen in several guest appearances like American Gods and Angie Tribeca. Her relative hiatus might be explained due to her focus on her personal life, as she married her husband in 2017 and is currently pregnant with her first child.
8 Tim Matheson
One might take a look at Tim’s filmography and wonder if he’s struggled to find a regular role in a TV series, but it’s actually due to him preferring to be a director than an actor that we haven’t seen him regularly on our screens.
He’s directed several shows in the last few years such as Person of Interest, Lucifer and The Last Ship, before nabbing a main role in 2019’s Virgin River. His break from film also ended recently, and you’ll be seeing Tim in the upcoming Child’s Play reboot. The 71-year-old is also father to three fully-grown children.
7 McKaley Miller
Young actors can never be written off and can be expected to experience a resurgence at some point eventually. McKaley Miller is still only 23-years-old, and 2019 should be the beginning of her rise in film.
She’s starred in Ma alongside Oscar winner Octavia Davis this year, and was recently seen in the Charmed reboot in a guest-starring capacity. She’s active on social media, where fans can get an insight over what she’s up to on a frequent basis. Her status as a young actor means we don’t need to worry about her popping around here and there until she lands her starmaking role.
6 Wilson Bethel
Wilson was only a 27-year-old young man when he starred as the main love interest on Hart of Dixie, and now as a 35-year-old, he’s been venturing into older roles. Fans of the superhero show Daredevil are very familiar with Wilson, who had a main role as Dex (that’s Bullseye, for those unaware of the series).
He also showed up on How to Get Away With Murder before landing a regular in the upcoming legal drama series titled All Rise. His personal life isn’t as well-documented as his professional one, but if he continues to gain further notoriety, people will be sure to keep track of this actor.
5 Cress Williams
At the present time, Cress is the most famous name to graduate from Hart of Dixie. His fame has been relatively new as well, with Black Lightning bringing him the attention all actors want. Cress was also active before landing his starmaking role; these had been recurring roles in Code Black and Doubt.
He’s now firmly entrenched in the DC Universe, with the actor lending his voice as Steel in The Death of Superman and Reign of Superman. His film career is also experiencing a surge, as he’s expected to turn up in The Violent Heart in 2020. He’s currently married to his second wife, and has two children.
4 Claudia Lee
The second youngster on this list is also underway to making a name for herself in Hollywood. Claudia served in a recurring capacity on Hart of Dixie (although she’s still best-known for this show), and continues to appear in both film and TV.
She was seen recently on Girl Meets World, following that with a recurring role on Famous in Love. It might be her film career that helps her reach further heights, as Claudia had roles in 2017’s The Outcasts and 2018’s Haunting on Fraternity Row. It seems she just needs to land on her niche to springboard into mainstream stardom.
3 Jaime King
Known more for her successful career as a model than an actress, Jaime has been working hard to expand her stature in acting. She’s been good at that, too, landing several parts in varying capacities. She was seen, or actually, heard on Robot Chicken and Transformers in recent years, but most definitely her true breakout has been on Black Summer, which premiered in April.
She’s finally landed a leading role that will allow her to shine, and supplement her film career that has seen two recent releases in Escape Plan 2 and Escape Plan: The Extractors. Let’s also not forget she’s been married for twelve years to her husband, with whom she has two children.
2 Scott Porter
Who says you need to remain in live-action? You can go the voice acting route and land several gigs there like Scott did. The actor has been extremely active in voice roles across mediums, with him playing Star-Lord in Telltale Games’ Guardians of the Galaxy, as well as featuring in Injustice 2, Madden NFL and Lego DC Super-Villains – all these in the video game industry.
On TV, we saw him on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and heard him in Avengers: Assemble. Scott’s also known for his very happy family life, as he became a father to a son in 2015, before having a daughter in 2017.
1 Rachel Bilson
Finally, the star of Hart of Dixie has been on a turbulent course in her life since 2015. Her on-again/off-again relationship with Star Wars’ Hayden Christensen (a relationship that was all over the place for ten years) ended in 2017, but not before giving birth to a daughter in 2014.
Her film credits have dried up since 2014, but she was seen in a short-lived lead role in a sitcom titled Take Two in 2018. At the moment, Rachel seems to be taking it slow due to being a single-mom to a young daughter, but we’re certain she’ll be back on TV before you know it.