How do the actors and actresses from the TV series Dallas look today?

In addition to “Dynasty,” in the ’80s, we were also captivated by the series “Dallas.”

This soap opera, set in the magnificent state of Texas, ran for 14 seasons and aired from 1978 to 1991.

At the heart of the famous series “Dallas” was the wealthy and powerful Ewing family, the owners of Ewing Oil, a major oil company, and a vast ranch. The series originally centered on the marriage of Bobby Ewing (Patrick Duffy) and Pamela Barnes (Victoria Principal), whose families were sworn enemies.

As the series progressed, Bobby’s older brother, the greedy oil tycoon J.R. Ewing (Larry Hagman), became the main character, and his scheming and dirty dealings became the hallmark of the show. When the soap opera came to an end on May 3, 1991, the legendary J.R. was the only character who appeared in every episode, a total of 356.

On the 40th anniversary of the start of “Dallas,” last March, actors Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Charlene Tilton, and Steve Kanaly reunited at the Southfork Ranch of the Ewing family and reminisced about the unforgettable years they spent portraying the iconic characters that marked the careers of most of the “Dallas” cast.

Prompted by sweet feelings of nostalgia, we checked out how the heroines and heroes of the unforgettable series “Dallas,” which defined the ’80s, look today.