The doctor is back in on Netflix! After the unprecedented success of Suits on the streaming service back in 2023, Netflix has made a conscious effort to acquire fan-favorite shows for our binge-watching pleasure. It's why so many TV fans have been rediscovering the likes of Young Sheldon, This Is Us, and now Royal Pains via their Netflix watch lists.
Late last year, we'd crossed our fingers that the USA Network medical dramedy would follow in the footsteps of its network-mate Suits and land on Netflix. Without so much as an announcement, Netflix added all eight seasons of Royal Pains on Jan. 22, and it's officially time to watch the comforting Hamptons-set series about a concierge doctor to the wealthy and privileged.
As you rewatch the series, which first made its premiere on USA back in June 2009, you will likely wonder how old stars like Mark Feuerstein were at the time of the show's run and how old the cast members are now. Likewise, what have they each been up to since the series came to an end in 2016? We're sharing the cast's ages then and now and where they are now.
Mark Feuerstein as Dr. Hank Lawson
Mark Feuerstein was born on June 8, 1971, making the Hank Lawson actor 52 years old as of January 2024. When he first took on the role as the lead of Royal Pains, Feuerstein was about to celebrate his 38th birthday ahead of the show's June 4, 2009 premiere date. When the series finished its run in July 2016, the actor had just turned 45.
Following the eight-season run of his USA Network series, Feuerstein appeared in the movie Last Night in Rozzie and had recurring roles in Prison Break and Wet Hot American Sumer: Ten Years Later in 2017. The same year, he had a series regular role in the short-lived CBS sitcom 9JKL. From 2020 to 2021, he starred in Netflix's The Baby-Sitters Club and landed a Children's and Family Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Performance. Most recently, he's appeared in episodes of Power Book II: Ghost, Coyote, and The Good Fight.
Paulo Costanzo as Evan Roth Lawson
Paulo Costanzo was born on Sept. 21, 1978, making the Evan Lawson actor and Ontario, Canada native 45 years old as of January 2024. When Royal Pains premiered back in June 2009, Costanzo was 30 years old, and when the series ended after season 8, he was 37 years old.
In 2015, Constanzo had a series regular role in the first season of the Syfy series The Expanse and followed that up in 2016 with a main role in the HBO miniseries The Night Of. From 2017 to 2018, the actor had a main role as Lyor Boone in the second season of ABC/Netflix political thriller Designated Survivor. Most recently, he appeared in episodes of the series FBI and Upload.
Reshma Shetty as Divya Katdare
Reshma Shetty was born on Nov. 2, 1977, making the Divya Katdare actress and Manchester, England native 46 years old as of January 2024. She's about a year older than her costar Paulo Costanzo. When she first started playing Divya when the show premiered in 2009, Shetty was 31 years old, and when the show ended after its series finale in 2016, she was 38.
Since Royal Pains ended, Shetty joined the cast of the short-lived CBS medical drama Pure Genius in 2016 and also had a recurring role in the NBC crime drama Blindspot. She voiced Queen Angella in She-Ra and the Princess of Power and appeared in episodes of Madam Secretary and Instinct. Most recently, she starred in the Hallmark Channel movie Jolly Good Christmas.
Jill Flint as Jill Casey
Jill Flint was born on Nov. 25, 1977, which makes the Jill Casey actress 46 years old as of January 2024. Flint is just a few weeks younger than costar Reshma Shetty. She joined the series in its first season, when she was 31 years old, but she didn't remain on the series for its entire run. Flint left in season 4 and later returned in a recurring role in season 8.
After leaving the show, Flint appeared in an episode of Elementary before landing a main role in the NBC medical drama series The Night Shift in 2014. The series ended after four seasons in 2017. Most recently, Flint appeared in seven episodes of the CBS legal drama Bull between 2016 and 2022.
Brooke D'Orsay as Paige Lawson
Brooke D'Orsay was born on Feb. 17, 1982, which means the Paige Collins-Lawson actress and Toronto native will turn 42 years old in 2024. Paige first appeared in Royal Pains in a recurring role in seasons 2 and 3 before becoming a series regular in season 4 through the rest of its run. When she joined the series, D'Orsay was 28 years old, and when it wrapped, she was 34.
Prior to starring in Royal Pains, D'Orsay appeared in shows such as Two and a Half Men, The Big Bang Theory, Psych, How I Met Your Mother, Gary Unmarried, and Drop Dead Diva. While starring in the show, she appeared in a number of Hallmark Channel movies, and she's still starring in the cable network's rom-coms.
Ben Shenkman as Dr. Jeremiah Sacani
Ben Shenkman was born on Sept. 26, 1968, making the Jeremiah Sacani actor 55 years old as of January 2024. Shenkman joined the series in a recurring role in season 4 when he was 43 years old. He became a series regular in season 5 and remained on the series until its end in 2016 when he was 47. In total, the actor appeared in 45 episodes.
Before his role on Royal Pains, Shenkman had appeared in titles such as Law & Order, Angels in America, Canterbury's Law, Grey's Anatomy, Burn Notice, Damages, and Drop Dead Diva. After the series, he appeared in 39 episodes of Billions and was a series regular in the short-lived ABC legal drama For the People. Most recently, he was seen in Curb Your Enthusiasm, FBI, and The Good Fight.
Campbell Scott as Boris Kuester von Jurgens-Ratenicz
Campbell Scott was born on July 19, 1961, which makes the Boris actor 62 years old in January 2024. He starred in the series since its first season in June 2009, when he was 47 years old. He recurred for the first three seasons, became a series regular in season 4 and 5, and recurred again from seasons 6 through 8. Scott was 55 when the show ended in 2016.
Since Royal Pains ended in 2016, Campbell Scott has appeared in the movies Manhattan Night, The Chaperone, The 11th Green, and Jurassic World Dominion. He had a main role in Netflix's House of Cards from 2017 to 2018, as well as the streamer's show Soundtrack in 2019, and was in episodes of Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll, Lore, and Dietland. Most recently, he's been in episodes of Prodigal Son, Billions, and WeCrashed.
All eight seasons of Royal Pains are currently available to watch on Netflix.