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This summer, he had a guest spot on the Hulu series Casual — where he bared his backside for the camera.
He also starred in the short-lived show Blood & Oil.
The 30-year-old has gone on to star in two more TV shows post-GG: Wicked City, which ran for eight episodes, and now the new White Gold — in a role many find familiar to Chuck Bass. Though he dated co-star Jessica Szhor during a few seasons of Gossip Girl, the pair split in 2010.
He is now dating model Jessica Serfaty, who wrote lovingly on Instagram that her beau is 'a man worth every moment of anyone's time.'Oddly, however, Ed recently revealed that he may have missed the memo about Dan being Gossip Girl, telling Vanity Fair: 'I am still not sure who GG was lol.' Undoubtedly the most physically changed since the show's premiere, Taylor was just 14 when she first played UES wannabe Little J.
The 24-year-old hasn't acted since — save for a cameo in the finale — and has instead focused her energy on her hard rock/post-grunge group, The Pretty Reckless, of which she is the singer.
The band has released three albums (two since GG ended) and Taylor has kept busy touring, and is currently in Europe playing shows.
Like several of his co-stars, Penn has also had a wedding since Gossip Girl ended, though his was likely very different from his ex Blake's Martha Stewart-approved affair.
Leighton was 21 when she made her debut as Blair — though the star originally auditioned to play Serena, and needed to dye her blonde hair brown for the role of Constance's Queen Bee.
She appeared in a few movies while the show aired, including The Roommate, Date Night, That's My Boy, and Country Strong, and also released music.
And this year she switched to comedy, starring as Deborah Revere opposite Adam Pally in Fox's Making History.
Her career isn't the only aspect of her life going well, either. He may not have liked it, but [his character] was the closest to who he was,' executive producer Joshua Safran told Vanity Fair.