The Faculty Cast Now: What Happened To Jordana Brewster, Clea DuVall, And Josh Hartnett

Zehra Kabak

In 1998, the film ‘The Faculty’ made its debut, playing a role in the careers of several cast members. Five of these actors took part in some blockbuster projects, including ‘The Lord Of The Rings‘ and ‘The Fast And The Furious’ in the following years. Take a look at what else happened in their lives and careers in the list we created for you.

Jordana Brewster


Following her part in ‘The Faculty,’ Jordana Brewster took on the role of Mia in ‘The Fast And The Furious’ franchise. She later appeared in the 2012 ‘Dallas’ reboot, portraying Elena Ramos, and was cast in ‘The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning.’ On a personal note, the actress stayed married to the producer of the 2006 movie, Andrew Form, till 2021, after which she married ValueAct Capital CEO Mason Morfit.

Clea DuVall


After 1998, Clea DuVall took on different acting gigs, with appearances in ‘Girl Interrupted’ and ‘But I’m A Cheerleader.’ She secured supporting roles in films like ‘Argo’ and the TV series ‘Veep.’ In 2015, the Stokely Mitchell actress shifted behind the lens when she wrote, directed, and produced ‘The Intervention.’ The LGBTQ+ rom-com ‘Happiest Season’ followed this in 2020.

Josh Hartnett


Hartnett landed leading parts in films like ‘Black Hawk Down,’ ‘Pearl Harbor,’ and ‘Sin City’ in the early years following ‘The Faculty.’ After a brief period away from mainstream cinema, the actor returned with a role in the 2014 series ‘Penny Dreadful’ and the 2021 film ‘Wrath Of Man.’ Most recently, he appeared as scientist Ernest Lawrence in Christopher Nolan’s ‘Oppenheimer.’

Laura Harris


While she also took part in cinematic projects after ‘The Faculty,’ Harris mostly appeared in TV shows and series over the years. She joined the cast of Bryan Fuller’s dramedy, ‘Dead Like Me,’ replacing Rebecca Gayheart in the second season. The actress also played in other projects, including ‘Women’s Murder Club,’ ‘Defying Gravity,’ and Netflix’s ‘Scaredy Cats.’

Elijah Wood


Wood’s career path after 1998 saw him in the role of Frodo in the ‘The Lord Of The Rings’ series. He reprised the part in a few ‘LOTR’ video games and 2012’s ‘The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.’ While he worked with ‘The Faculty’ director Robert Rodriguez again in ‘Sin City,’ the actor also went behind camera as a producer for horror projects like ‘Mandy’ and ‘Daniel Isn’t Real.’

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