Gilligan's Island was the beloved castaway sitcom of the 1960s. It aired three seasons on CBS (1964-1967) and featured a cast that worked almost only with seven actors.
Bob Denver, Alan Hale Jr., Jim Backus, Natalie Schafer, Tina Louise, Russell Johnson and Dawn Wells were the main cast stranded after a shipwreck on the S.S. Minnow. Outside of these actors, Charles Maxwell received the most episode credits, as the radio announcer in nine episodes.
Gilligan's Island: Cast Members Still Alive Today?
It's now been over 50 years since Gilligan's Island went off the air, and today, the cast has sadly been reduced to only two surviving stars.
Backus was the first to pass on in 1989, followed by castmates Hale, in 1990, and Schafer, in 1991. Denver died in 2005, while Johnson lived to be 89 years old, passing away in 2014.
That leaves Tina Louise and Dawn Wells as the final two Gilligan's Island cast members alive in 2020. Click through the gallery to see them today and revisit the stars of this wonderful '60s series.