Men Behaving Badly was one of the most popular sitcoms of the 90s.
It told the story of two beer-guzzling London housemates, Gary and Tony, and their relationships with the women who lived in the at above, Deborah and Dorothy.
The show's four main stars, Martin Clunes, Neil Morrissey, Caroline Quentin and Leslie Ash, have all tasted screen success since the show stopped running.
But it's also fair to say life hasn't always been a bed of roses for all of them either.
Here, in a feature included in your free 'Where are they now?' pullout in today's Daily Star, we take a look at what happened to the stars after the show ended in 1998.
Martin Clunes (Gary Strang)
Immature and arrogant Gary was in an on/off relationship with Dorothy.
Clunes went on to become a major TV star, with roles including Dr Martin Ellingham in long-running ITV drama Doc martin. He also starred in 1998 film Shakespeare In Love.
Since 2013, Clunes, 59, has lived on a farm in Dorset, and he received an OBE for services to drama, charity and the community in Dorset in 2015.
Caroline Quentin (Dorothy Martin)
QuentIn was Dorothy, the long-suffering girlfriend of Gary and a nurse who initially dates him to annoy her parents.
She went on to star in Blue Murder and Jonathan Creek.
Last year, she took part in Strictly Come Dancing and was voted off fourth.
Quentin, 60, is married to Sam Farmer, who she met when he was a runner on Men Behaving Badly, and they have two children.
She has coeliac disease and is the patron of charity Coeliac uK.
Neil Morrissey (Tony Smart)
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The actor took over from Gary’s original flatmate Dermot Povey (Harry Enfield) in series two, playing the womanising Tony.
After Men Behaving Badly, he provided the voice of many of the characters in the original version of kids’ show Bob the Builder.
He also starred in Line Of Duty, Waterloo Road and the Trial Of Christine Keeler.
Morrissey, 58, owns a chain of pubs in Staffordshire. In 2000 he had an affair with Amanda Holden, which led to her 2003 split from comedian Les Dennis.
Leslie Ash (Deborah Burton)
Tony was in love with Deborah despite his Casanova ways, and the pair eventually ended up in a relationship.
Ash, 61, went on to star in Where the Heart Is and Holby City. She is married to former Leeds united striker Lee Chapman and the pair have two sons.
In 2002, she was left with injuries after having botched collagen implants in her lips, and two years later she contracted MRSA.
She has spoken out on shows such as this morning about her post-surgery struggles.
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