On to Tom Felton:
Felton played Harry Potter nemesis Draco Malfoy in the franchise, but has kept a lower profile than many of his castmates. Since Harry Potter wrapped, Felton has made appearances in movies such as Rise of the Planet of the Apes (again as a villian), A United Kingdom costarring Rosamund Pike, and Risen, playing an officer of the Roman army. He's also made appearances in TV shows The Flash and Murder in the First. Felton is also an accomplished singer and guitar player, having released four EPs. Next up: playing Laertes in the Shakespearean drama Ophelia.
And now, Bonnie Wright:
Wright played Ginny Weasley, the younger sister to Ron, and eventual love interest for Harry. Since the end of the movies, Wright has continued acting in films such as Before I Sleep, Geography of the Heart, and After the Dark. She even studied film as the London College of Communication, and served as writer/director of a short film entitled "Separate We Come, Separate We Go," which starred her Harry Potter co-star David Thewlis (Professor Remus Lupin). Wright will star in an upcoming version of the holiday classic A Christmas Carol.
Here's Evanna Lynch:
Lynch played the off-kilter Luna Lovegood to rave reviews from critics and fans alike. Since then, she went on to star in the indie comedy G.B.F., as the title character in My Name is Emily, and on stage as Bess Houdini, assistant and wife to the famous magician, in Houdini. In addition to being an outspoken advocate for veganism and same-sex marriage, Lynch has also been very vocal about positive body image and self-esteem for young children, crediting the Harry Potter films for helping her overcome an eating disorder.
And finally, James and Oliver Phelps:
The Phelps twins played troublemakers Fred and George Weasley in the films. While the two found it hard to pursue individual acting opportunities after Harry Potter, James has had some success in recent movies such as The Turn and Ward 3, while Oliver has stepped out of the spotlight, preferring to blog on his website Jop World, which chronicles his traveling adventures, his philanthropic pursuits, and his love of sports.