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    Updated on 11 Jun 2019. Posted on 7 Jun 2019

    It's Been 13 Years Since "H2O: Just Add Water" Graced Our Screens β€” This Is What The Cast Looks Like Now

    🎡 Cause I'm no ordinaaarry girl 🎡

    Claire Holt (Emma)

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    Since leaving H2O at the end of Season 2, Claire's acting career has had some big wins. You'll probably recognise her from Pretty Little Liars, 47 Meters Down, and Aquarius, and playing Rebekah in both The Vampire Diaries and The Originals. Oh, and she also got married and gave birth to an adorable baby.

    Phoebe Tonkin (Cleo)

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    After playing Cleo, Phoebe's next big role was in Packed to the Rafters and Home and Away. She had her film debut in the Aussie flick Tomorrow, When the War Began, and moved to LA in 2011 to pursue international projects, including modelling and being a Chanel brand ambassador. And in a cute turn of fate, Phoebe ended up landing a role alongside Claire on The Vampire Diaries and The Originals, and Angus McLaren on Bloom.

    Cariba Heine (Rikki)

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    Cariba has kept busy in Australia post-H2O. She's appeared in The Future Machine, Dance Academy, Hiding, and most recently, Home and Away.

    Angus McLaren (Lewis)

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    Since starring as fan-favourite Lewis, Angus has gone on to appear in shows like Packed to the Rafters, Home and Away, and Bloom. He also had a role in the blockbuster movie Hotel Mumbai.

    Burgess Abernethy (Zane)

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    Burgess's biggest role since wrapping up H2O has been playing Prince William in Harry & Meghan: A Royal Romance.

    Cleo Massey (Kim)

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    Cleo is all grown up now! She's had appearances in Stage Mums and We Were Tomorrow, plus she has her own YouTube channel where she does daily vlogs about her life.

    Indiana Evans (Bella)

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    Following her success on H2O, Indiana went on to star in Crownies, Blue Lagoon: The Awakening, Secrets and Lies, and House Husbands. She hasn't appeared in anything since 2015, though.

    Luke Mitchell (Will)

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    Luke has continued to have a successful acting career. After H2O, he landed the role of Romeo Smith on Home and Away, and then went on to star in The Tomorrow People, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, Blindspot, and The Code. He also got married to fellow Aussie actor Rachel Breeds.

    Brittany Byrnes (Charlotte)

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    Brittany most recently appeared in Scorched, Toybox and Wonderland. She's also branched out into dancing and choreographing classes.

    Craig Horner (Ash)

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    You've probably spotted Craig in Legend of the Seeker, Hindsight, and in an episode of Once Upon a Time.

    Taryn Marler (Sophie)

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    Taryn has continued to act, appearing in shorts like Sea Monsters and The Hamster Snatcher.

    RIP to one of the best shows in Aussie history. πŸ™Œ

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