Whether you loved it or not, My Family was a hugely popular sitcom that lasted for 11 series from 2000.
And now that the BBC is airing it again, fans get to enjoy the comedy all over again.
It focused on the trials and tribulations of the middle-class Harper family in Chiswick, West London.
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However, the world is a very different place since Ben, Susan, and their children Nick, Janey and Michael first took to our screens – so we took a look at what the cast is up to now.
Robert Lindsay (Ben Harper)
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Robert was already a household name by the year 2000 thanks to Citizen Smith, Hornblower and other TV roles.
But it was as long-suffering father Ben Harper in My Family that he found arguably his biggest role yet.
But now at the age of 71, he still remains busy.
He won an Olivier Award and a Tony for his long-running stints on Broadway and the West End with Me and My Girl .
Since the show ended, he has had a regular role in the Sky series Spy and US musical comedy Galavant . He has also continued to perform on stage, including Dirty Rotten Scoundrels , among others.
In 2006, Lindsay researched his family tree in the third series of Who Do You Think You Are?
He travelled to his hometown and to Turkey, where his grandfather Raymond Dunmore had taken part in the Gallipoli campaign during World War I.
Robert lives in Buckinghamshire with his second wife, former Generation Game presenter Rosemarie Ford, and their two sons.
Kris Marshall (Nick Harper)
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Marshall, now 48, quit playing hapless older son Nick, who had a series of improbable jobs from exorcist to male stripper, after series four as he had grown tired of playing an immature character.
He appeared in a series of adverts for BT, before playing the Ginger Dave in Citizen Khan .
He then took over the role of DI Humphrey Goodman in Death In Paradise in 2013 and left the show in 2017.
In 2008, the star was involved in an accident that left him fighting for his life.
He was in Bristol at the time, enjoying a night out with pals when the incident took place.
Due to this collision, Kris was rushed to hospital and scans showed he suffered from head injuries.
Thankfully, the actor was soon able to recover and continue his work in his profession.
He’s currently one of the favourites to take over from Jodie Whittaker as the titular role in Doctor Who .
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Daniela Denby-Ashe (Janey Harper)
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Janey Harper was the promiscuous, shopaholic daughter of Ben and Susan.
Denby-Ashe stopped playing the character in 2003, then returned to the role a year later.
She went on to play former pupil Lorraine Donnegan in Waterloo Road , having previously appeared in the show as a different character.
More recently, she starred in two episodes of BBC sitcom Mum in 2019.
Gabriel Thomson (Michael Harper)
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As nerdy Michael, Thomson was the youngest main cast member.
He went on to star in touring Shakespeare productions, then the 2015 film The Lost Choices .
That year, he announced he was turning his back on acting and starting a philosophy degree at King’s College London with the aim of becoming a human rights lawyer.
Zoe Wanamaker (Susan Harper)
The year after My Family began, Zoe played Madam Hooch in the first Harry Potter movie, and she has also had roles in the movies Five Children and It and My Week with Marilyn .
On TV, she has appeared in six Poirot episodes as Ariadne Oliver, played Cassandra in two Doctor Who episodes, and had a regular role as Princess Marie in Mr Selfridge .
Siobhan Hayes (Abi Harper)
Siobhan joined the cast in series two as clumsy Abi, the daughter of Ben’s cousin Richard, and later left the show after series 8.
In 2005, she featured in the third series of BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing but was eliminated first. Three years later, she joined EastEnders as Melinda, Ricky Butcher’s latest partner.
In 2011, she starred in the live-action Horrid Henry: The Movie as the title character’s mother.
She is also known for playing Sandy the office trainee in the BBC radio series Absolute Power opposite Stephen Fry.