Five passengers (and one skipper and one first mate) set sail that day for a three-hour tour, but where are they now?
With the passing of "Professor" Russell Johnson Thursday, there are now two living cast members remaining of
Here's a look at what the cast did after the wildly popular 1960s show ended:
Alan Hale, Jr. (The Skipper): Hale died in 1990 at 68 after a battle with thymus cancer. After Gilligan's, the
Russell Johnson (Professor
Tina Louise (Ginger Grant): Louise is 79. After Gilligan's Island, she didn't join her castmates in reprising their roles in spin-offs and sequels, instead opting to take on more serious roles. She's still active in the industry, currently working on a Ken Kushner film, Tapestry, alongside
Dawn Wells (Mary Ann Summers): Wells is currently 75, and has gone on to a successful theater career. ""I didn't want to be famous. I didn't want to be one of these celebrities that don't do anything," she told Nashville Scene in May last year. "I wanted to act. So I went back on the road playing in national theatrical tours to hone my craft." She's currently living in