Check out where else you've seen the cast of the CBS hit show The Good Wife as we look back to before they were stars.
1. Julianna Marguiles (Alicia Florrick)
If you didn't see Julianna as Nurse Carol Hathaway alongside George Clooney on ER, what are you waiting for? You need to go watch now, Stat! You could also catch Julianna on a handful of episodes of The Sopranos and the one season of Canterbury's Law.
2. Matt Czuchry (Cary Agos) - The Good Wife
Matt's been on some of our favorite shows before he found himself walking into Lockhart Gardner on The Good Wife. He played Logan Huntzberger on Gilmore Girls and Chris Kennedy on Friday Night Lights. He was even in one episode of Veronica Mars.
3. Archie Panjabi (Kalinda Sharma) - The Good Wife
We may not have seen much of Archie here in the US before The Good Wife but British viewers knew her well. She was Maya Roy on the original Life on Mars, and studied the paranormal in Glasgow on Sea of Souls. She was even one of the voices on the children's series Postman Pat.
4. Christine Baranski (Diane Lockhart) - The Good Wife
Christine started out in roles on Another World and All My Children but most fans remember her on the hit sitcom Cybill alongside Cybil Shepherd. She was also seen on Presidio Med with Dana Delany and the comedy Happy Family with John Larroquette.
5. Josh Charles (Will Gardner) - The Good Wife
If you're still missing Will on The Good Wife, you may want to go back and check out Josh Charles as Dan Rydell on Sports Night or Jake on In Treatment.
6. Alan Cumming (Eli Gold) - The Good Wife
Alan has been all over TV screens on both sides of the pond. From the Scottish soap High Road to the British comedy The High Life. He's done guest spots on 3rd Rock from the Sun and Sex and the City. He starred on the kids show Shoebox Zoo and spent time and played Billie Blaikie on The L Word. Heck, earlier this year Alan even supplied the voice for the White Rabbit on Dora the Explorer. Now that's versatile.
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