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The Cast of HBO's 'Entourage,' Then and Now

Esquire Logo By The Esquire Editors of Esquire | Slide 1 of 29: Entourage debuted on HBO on July 8, 2004 and nearly from the start became a commercial and critical success for HBO and the cast. The show—which is about fictional actor Vinnie Chase (who's loosely based on Mark Wahlberg, one of the show's producers), his friends, and agent—as they navigate show business, fame, and wealth in Hollywood—would continue for eight seasons (and a movie), concluding in September 2011. During the run, it received 26 Emmy nominations; Jeremy Piven won three times for supporting role for his portrayal of Chase's agent, Ari Gold. The show hasn't aged as well as some of HBO's other dramas and comedies, but it remains an entertaining and amusing time capsule of the early 2000s. Here's how the cast looked during the show's halcyon days—and how they look now.

Entourage debuted on HBO on July 8, 2004 and nearly from the start became a commercial and critical success for HBO and the cast. The show—which is about fictional actor Vinnie Chase (who's loosely based on Mark Wahlberg, one of the show's producers), his friends, and agent—as they navigate show business, fame, and wealth in Hollywood—would continue for eight seasons (and a movie), concluding in September 2011. During the run, it received 26 Emmy nominations; Jeremy Piven won three times for supporting role for his portrayal of Chase's agent, Ari Gold. The show hasn't aged as well as some of HBO's other dramas and comedies, but it remains an entertaining and amusing time capsule of the early 2000s. Here's how the cast looked during the show's halcyon days—and how they look now.

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