Marcia Clark. Lance Ito. Robert Shapiro. All of these folks became household names in the ’90s during O.J. Simpson’s trail — but where are they today, more than 20 years later?
O.J. Simpson‘s case was one of the most talked about cases in history, and on Feb. 2 we’ll watch it all go down in Ryan Murphy‘s miniseries, People V. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story. But before that, let’s check in on where the main players, played by A-Listers now, involved in the case (and chase) heard ’round the world, are together.
O.J. Simpson will be played by Cuba Gooding Jr.
While OJ was found not guilty in the murder of his ex, Nicole Brown and her friend, Ronald Goldman, he was arrested in 2007 in Las Vegas on charges of kidnapping, armed robbery, assault, and other felonies, after he took sports memorabilia. He’s serving a 33-year sentence, up for parole on on October 2, 2017.
Marcia Clark will be played by Sarah Paulson.
Marcia Clark resigned two years after the trial and co-wrote a book about the case, Without a Doubt, which recounts the Simpson case in great detail. Since she has been writing and doing TV appearances. She will be releasing a new novel, Blood Defense in May 2016.
Christopher Darden will be played by Sterling K. Brown.
Darden left his law profession following the trial and became a law professor at CSU: Los Angeles. He also started his own firm, Darden & Associates.
F. Lee Bailey will be played by Nathan Lane.
F. Lee Bailey represented a drug dealer, Claude DuBoc in ’94, and was disbarred for mishandling stock worth $6 million. Two years ago, he moved to Maine but still couldn’t get a law license.
Kato Kaelin will be played bye Billy Magnussen.
Kato is a TV personality, working some in TV and film. His most recent show was FX’s new show, Baskets, and he co-hosts Sports Haters.
Lance Ito will be played by Kenneth Choi.
Lance continued serving as a judge, overseeing about 500 cases in LA after the O.J. case. He retired last year.
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