LOS ANGELES - 2016:  Actress Barbara Eden poses for a portrait in 2016 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Harry Langdon/Getty Images)
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The Only Actors
Still Alive From
The Cast Of I
Dream Of Jeannie
Though Barbara Eden is probably cemented in history as Jeannie, she also played characters in a wide variety of television shows, including "The Andy Griffith Show" and "Rawhide." Even though she’s not in the limelight anymore, she still keeps herself busy and recently published a children’s book, "Barbara and The Djinn."
Barbara Eden
Dabney Coleman was an established character actor before he was cast in the roles of Captain Dan Yardley and Lt. George Webb on "I Dream of Jeannie." Even though his career has slowed down since the 2000s, he still works somewhat regularly, with recent appearances on TV shows like "The Guardian" and "Courting Alex."
Dabney Coleman
Before she retired from acting in 1988, Hilary Thompson enjoyed a busy career acting on dozens of television shows like “Fantasy Island” and “Most Wanted.” Following her two appearances on "I Dream of Jeannie" in 1967 and 1968, she began a busy 20 years that even included roles in "Nighthawks" and "The Fury."
Hilary Thompson
Eileen O'Neill was a familiar face throughout the 1960s, appearing in “Bewitched” and “Batman,” and following the end of “Burke’s Law,” O'Neill found herself playing the part of Corporal Lola Burns on “I Dream of Jeannie.” Her career waned in the ‘70s, and she married attorney Richard John Barich in 1973.
Eileen O’Neill
John Beck had but one acting credit under his belt when he was cast in the role of Sergeant in a 1965 episode of “I Dream of Jeannie.” His career soon took off, and he appeared in shows like “Mannix” and “Dallas,” as well as the film “Rollerball,” before retiring in 2009.
John Beck
Before Karen Sharpe appeared in “I Dream of Jeannie,” she was already a proven actress, appearing in shows like “Johnny Ringo” and “The Abbott and Costello Show,” as well as the noir film “Mexican Manhunt.” She also made headlines in 2022 when she accused former co-star Jerry Lewis of sexual misconduct.
Karen Sharpe