Here’s a look at what the Being Human gang have been up to since leaving the show ended in 2013…
Irish actress Sinead Keenan was at first a guest star on Being Human but the fiery if tiny Nina grew in importance to become a lead – not to mention a werewolf – by the show’s third season.
She might not have been as prevalent on our screens as her co-stars but Sinead has since landed two more leading roles on TV; Bronagh in London Irish in 2013 and Nora in the second season of Lip Service.
She has also appeared in an episode of BBC Three sitcom Uncle.
Appearing as the big bad in Seasons 1 and Season 3, vampire warmonger Herrick was the definitive Being Human villain despite tough competition from the likes of Mark Gatiss’ vampire king Mr Snow and Phil Davis as the flippin’ Devil.
Actor Jason Watkins has been in the business for years (appearing in just about any BBC series you care to mention), but is only recently getting the public attention he deserves.
Jason has chocked up several regular roles since 2011, mostly in comedies such as Trollied and W1A as well as the Nativity! film series. His most acclaimed role came this year in biopic The Lost Honour of Christopher Jefferies for which he was awarded the coveted BAFTA for Leading Actor.
Damien Molony played OCD vampire Hal for the final two seasons of Being Human – his first job straight out of drama school – and his career has since gone from strength to strength.
And here’s a fun and completely useless fact; both of Being Human’s main vampires have played a character called Ross this year. Damien Molony’s, however, is a lot less glamourous than Aidan Turner’s Ross Poldark, as he appears as dowdy Head of Marketing Ross in Kill Your Friends which is in cinemas now.
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