The beautiful actress played Sandra, the love of Det. Williams, who was killed while pregnant with his child by the show villain (one of many), Danny-Up Cort. After her short run on the show, Michele went on to do “Homicide: The Movie,” “ER,” “Kevin Hill,” and just had a role on “Gossip Girl.” Her movie credits after the show include The Sixth Man, Ali, Dark Blue, and How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days.
George Gore II
G! G of course, stands for Gregory, and Gregory was the son of Det. Williams. Gore has had a big head since he was playing Omar Epps’s little brother in Juice, and he took that noggin over to the successful comedy, “My Wife and Kids,” playing the stupid but lovable Michael Kyle Jr. He’s also been in the movie Dance Flick, and was a voice in the Marlon and Shawn Wayans’ animated comedy series, “Thugaboo.”
Pérez played Det. Torres’ once drug-addicted father, Mike Torres. Being on drugs for a long time, he was doing his best to get closer to Det. Torres as an adult. Outside of being estranged from most of his kids, the elder Torres was also a jazz and Salsa musician. After the show, Perez did a little work, including “Resurrection Blvd.” with DeLorenzo, the movies The Mask of Zorro, and The Way of the Gun.
Although Faloye won an NAACP Image Award for her work on the show as Chantal, the mother of J.C. Williams’ son G, Faloye really stayed out of the limelight once she left the show. She’s dabbled in some producing and is allegedly hoping to get into directing, but for the most part, girlfriend decided to go MIA.