Modern Family featured a big, diverse ensemble of connected individuals and was shot in the single-camera, mockumentary format popularised by The Office. With the season 11 finale, this renowned ABC comedy came to an end after more than a decade of popularity, with several major changes. Modern Family’s eponymous clan evolved and grew throughout the course of its extended run, adding spouses and several children, both biological and adoptive. Surprisingly, each new cast member blended in seamlessly.
Despite the fact that Modern Family aired its final episode on April 8, 2020, fans aren’t forgetting about the Pritchetts and Dunphys. The sitcom ended at what felt like the pinnacle of its popularity, with over 7 million people tuning in for the Season 11 finale. Let’s have quick look at our favorite stars’ whereabouts.
Sarah Hyland as Haley Dunphy
Claire and Phil’s daughter, Haley, is played by Sarah Hyland. She started playing Haley Dunphy when she was 18 years old and now she is 31. Haley Dunphy has experienced a few misadventures during the series, including an underage drinking arrest and dropping out of college. She’s going to marry Bachelor in Paradise bartender Wells Adams, and she’s now working on a pilot with Emily V. Gordon based on true events. She’s also collaborated with Boyce Avenue on YouTube, recreating hit songs like The Chainsmokers’ “Closer” and Maroon 5’s “Don’t Wanna Know.”
Ty Burrell as Phil Dunphy
Ty Burell, who has played Phil, Claire’s husband, since the show’s launch in 2009, has been a fan favorite. Burrell is most known for voicing Bailey in the 2016 film “Finding Dory,” as well as a series of hilarious Gain detergent ads that seemed like a subplot from a “Modern Family” episode. He’s presently offering his voice to Duncanville, a Fox animated series.
Sofia Vergara as Gloria Pritchett
Sofia Vergara, a Colombian-American actress, had tiny appearances in a number of American television programs and films prior to “Modern Family,” and she even hosted two shows on Univisión in the late 1990s. Sofia Vergara was 36 years old when Modern began filming and is now 49 years old. She appeared as a judge on America’s Got Talent in 2020 and will appear in the Netflix series Griselda. She is married to Joe Manganiello, a Hollywood hottie. Above all, she became a household name in the United States with her performance as Gloria Delgado-Pritchett.
Nolan Gould as Luke Dunphy
Luke got his start as the youngest of the Dunphy family’s three children as a rowdy and dim-witted boy who was frequently the focus of the family’s mischievous pranks. He was ten years old when the series began, and he is now a 23-year-old hottie. He’s in a forthcoming film with Joey King called Camp, and he’s sort of looks really toned now.
Ed O’Neill as Jay Pritchett
In many respects, Jay Pritchett is the leader of the home; his character was troublesome at worst and plain naive at best at the start of the series. Jay has progressively grown to appreciate the other individuals who are most unlike him, particularly his openly gay son Mitchell and his awkward stepson Manny.