Oliver is now dating Layla, a woman; Kyle is hurt, and is in the beginning stages of a new relationship with the hunky Nick.
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The CW teen drama ran for nine seasons from 2003 to 2012, and the cast has stayed close. "The cast has been very successful, and if you look around, they’re all doing great things, which I’m incredibly proud of," show creator Mark Schwahn told Glamour last year.
back where they used to film the show in Wilmington, N. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Jackson Brundage Also in attendance were original castmembers Bethany Joy Lenz, James Lafferty, Chad Michael Murray, Lee Norris, Brett Claywell, Tyler Hilton, Kate Voegele, Stephen Colletti, Kelsey Asbille, Antwon Tanner, and Michael May.
However, when the bus nearly crashed into a train and the joyriders were apprehended by the police.
However, due to the pull of their powerful parents, both Nathan and Tim were acquitted of any charges and weren't kicked off the Ravens team as most of their teammates were.
Haley, Peyton, Brooke, Lindsey and Mia gets locked in the high school library during a Ravens game.
They order a pizza from Blackwells Pizzeria (where Tim works) and Tim is the one who delivers it.
After a routine Ravens basketball game in which Nathan, as usual, scored the winning basket, Tim and many of the other students took the school bus for a joy ride.
They are from left to right, openly gay actor Nicholas Rodriguez (Nick), Brett Claywell (Kyle), openly gay actor Scott Evans (Oliver Fish) and last but not least, Ron Carlivati (, ever since doctor's wife turned hooker, Karen Wolek (played by gay ally and Emmy winner, Judith Light) spent a whole month crying on the witness stand during a scandalous murder trial (I may be exaggerating, but not by much, after all it is a soap opera! and especially to actors Scott Evans and Nicholas Rodriguez for being proud, out gay men and for not being afraid to take on these groundbreaking roles.
For those of you having a hard time keeping up with who's with who (on the show, that is) here's a brief synopsis: Oliver and Kyle were lovers in college; they meet up again and subsequently, Oliver, who claims he's no longer gay, wants nothing to do with his ex-lover Kyle.
He was formerly married to Bevin Mirskey, with a child who he named Nathan after his friend from High School and working as a pizza delivery man.
Tim was raised by his father and his step-mother, Shari Smith.