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"The Equalizer" (1985) More at IMDbPro »

Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4
Year: 1985 | 1986 | 1987 | 1988 | 1989


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Pilot

18 September 1985
Disillusioned by his years as a spy, Robert McCall resigns from his job, determined to help people in need. His first two clients are a telecommunications employee who stumbles onto an extortion ring, and a woman threatened by a stalker.

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Steven Williams ... Lt. Jefferson Burnett

Robert Lansing ... Control

Patricia Kalember ... Carlene Randall

William Zabka ... Scott McCall
Michael Levin ... Leonard Morgan

Jerry Stiller ... Brahms

George Hearn ... Senator Jim Blanding
Jack Davidson ... Brad Hamilton
Ron Parady ... Olsen
Scott Burkholder ... Steve

David Proval ... Goldman
Derek Murcott ... Gardner
Paul Jabara ... Orchestra Music Teacher
Carrie Kei Heim ... Sarah
Dorothy Holland ... Ellen Hamilton

David Labiosa ... Cristolldes (as David LaBiosa)

Margaret Welsh ... Girl in Subway
Andrew MacMillan ... General Branford
Joel Stedman ... Security Man
Kathryn Larkin ... Friend of High School Girl

Casey Biggs ... Mason

George Coutoupis ... Drug Dealer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: China Rain

25 September 1985
A Chinatown gang kidnap whom they believe is the son of a wealthy Chinese-American couple, unaware that he is actually the maid's child. Fearful that the police will not be able to get the boy back alive, the maid contacts Robert McCall.

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Steven Williams ... Lt. Jefferson Burnett

James Russo ... Police Detective (as Jim Russo)
Adam Redfield ... Technician

Lauren Tom ... Mrs. Tom

Keith Szarabajka ... Mickey Kostmayer

Jodi Long ... Mrs. Lin

Tzi Ma ... Mr. Lin

Robert Lansing ... Control
Pippa Pearthree ... Sarah
Ching Valdes-Aran ... Tommy Li (as Ching Valdes)
Kevin Gray ... Dal
Karen Akers ... Cynthia
Roger Chang ... Vincent
Steven Tom ... Henry
Antonia Vasquez ... Maxine (as Antoinia Vasquez)
Joyce Reehling ... Nanny
Martin Snaric ... Hans
Peter Yoshida ... Chung
Rony Clanton ... Nightclub Bartender / Technician
David Rosenbaum ... Salesman
Ron Ryan ... Communications Officer

Doug Yasuda ... SWAT Leader

Donald Li ... Joe Boy

Kim Chan ... Man Sitting on Steps (uncredited)

Al Leong ... Chinese Man (uncredited)

Linda Wang ... Chinese Teen (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: The Defector

2 October 1985
McCall's attempt to help a former agent defect from the USSR goes badly, leaving the man's daughter in peril. McCall is also asked by a teenage boy for help against a local gang of bullies.

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Steven Williams ... Lt. Jefferson Burnett

Melissa Leo ... Irina Dzershinsky

Robert Joy ... Jacob Stock
Joe Silver ... Felix Dzershinsky
Jaroslav Stremien ... Karl Radek

Robert Lansing ... Control
Robert Denvers ... Ballet Master
Tom Brennan ... Vince Kelly
Colin Fox ... Consul (as Colin R. Fox)
Fiddle Viracola ... Secretary Consulate

J.D. Roth ... Larry Kelly

Jorge Noa ... Indio

Victor Argo ... O'Hare
Neil Newlon ... Elfand
Joseph Mosso ... Goncharov
Franklin Scott ... Burke
David Soto ... Indio's Gang

Mircea Oprea ... Rico (uncredited)

Derrick Simmons ... Blade (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: The Lock Box

9 October 1985
The Griffith family arrives in NYC on vacation from Duluth and things go wrong right from the start...their luggage is stolen by a gypsy cabbie and the hotel has lost their reservations. Bored and frustrated, Edie, the Griffiths 17 year old daughter wanders out of the hotel at night to do some exploring. She is lured into accepting a ride and finds herself abducted. The police can offer little help and with no one else to turn to they hire McCall to help find their daughter. His search will lead him into the seedy underworld of prostitution and an 'invitation only' brothel known as a Lock Box.

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall
Maureen Anderman ... Eleanor Griffith

J.T. Walsh ... Sam Griffith

Sara Botsford ... Angelica
Paige Price ... Edie Griffith

Jaime Tirelli ... Ramon Scavosa

Ray Baker ... Dana

Adam Ant ... Francis DeGraumont

Richard Portnow ... Police Lieutenant

Lori Petty ... Hooker

Stewart Steinberg ... Clerk

Daryl Edwards ... Police Officer

David Alan Grier ... Desk Sergeant
Bob Maroff ... Union Cabbie
Mohammed Ghaffari ... Mediterranean Man (as Mohammad B. Ghaffari)

Luis Guzmán ... Gypsy Cabbie

Jeff McCarthy ... Waiter
Joe Chiaramonte ... Security Officer
Cliff Collings ... CIA Escort

Tony Mascia ... Bouncer
Alex Wipf ... Security Agent
Yanni Sfinias ... Iranian Cabbie

Season 1, Episode 5: Lady Cop

16 October 1985
A young New York City patrolwoman contacts McCall to help her take down a trio of dirty cops, which include her partner.

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Steven Williams ... Lt. Jefferson Burnett

Karen Young ... Officer Sandra Stahl

Will Patton ... Officer Nick Braxton

Esai Morales ... Officer Miguel Canterra

Bruce MacVittie ... Officer Frank Sergi
Adam Redfield ... Technician

Reginald VelJohnson ... Harmon Hunter

Robert Lansing ... Control
Miguel Pinero ... Apartment Super
Marilyn Rockafellow ... Divorcee
Michael Higgins ... Marvin Stahl

Mark Margolis ... Jimmy

Raynor Scheine ... Bum
Maurice Shrog ... Pawnbroker

Frank Patton ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: The Confirmation Day

23 October 1985
Prior to his confirmation, a boy hires McCall to protect his father who is caught up in some crooked business deals, while at the same time protecting an aging stage actress from a stalker.

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Steven Williams ... Lt. Jefferson Burnett

Burt Young ... Louie Ganucci

Lois Smith ... Marie Ganucci

Ilan Mitchell-Smith ... Anthony Ganucci

Joseph Wiseman ... Eddie Vanessi

Anne Jackson ... Mrs. Henrietta Fields
Tom Signorelli ... Frankie Corso
Kent Broadhurst ... Noble

John Capodice ... Father Antonelli

John Snyder ... Alphonse
Frank Gio ... Big Ray
Dick Boccelli ... Salzo
Gary Howard Klar ... Purcell (as Gary Klar)
Jerry Mayer ... Choirmaster

F.X. Vitolo ... Detective (as Francis X. Vitolo)
E.D. Miller ... Officer Kalb
Olivia Oliveri ... Teresa

Season 1, Episode 7: The Children's Song

30 October 1985
On a camping trip, McCall and his estranged son Scott must band together to protect a young rape victim from a gang of hoodlums who also killed her boyfriend.

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

William Zabka ... Scott McCall

Dana Barron ... Melinda

Perry Lang ... Bobby

Bradley Whitford ... Dillart
William Youmans ... Ray

Tom Isbell ... Jayck

Ed O'Neill ... Doctor (as Edward O'Neill)
Angela Pietropinto ... Waitress

Ken Jenkins ... Sheriff

Season 1, Episode 8: The Distant Fire

6 November 1985
McCall meets an old Agency colleague who now hires himself out as a killer. His next target is an ambassador and his wife. He asks for McCall's help to save the wife because she is a woman they both used to love.

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall
Jon DeVries ... Michael Rosa (as Jon De Vries)

Alberta Watson ... Carla Holden
George Morfogen ... Vezay Holden

Saul Rubinek ... Jason Masur

Bill Cobbs ... Barry

Lori Cardille ... Sarah Claxton

Mark Margolis ... Jimmy
Jack Couch ... 1st Agent
Kevin Eshelman ... Youth

Evan Mirand ... Kid
Dee Hoty ... Hostess
Frank Adonis ... Limo Driver
John Ridge ... Bearded Man

Anthony Caso ... Arsonist (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 9: Mama's Boy

13 November 1985
A mother turns to McCall when she discovers her teenage son is working for a dangerous drug dealer.

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Steven Williams ... Lt. Jefferson Burnett

Christine Baranski ... Victoria Baines

Adam Horovitz ... Ronald Baines
Mark Soper ... Eugene Benton

Jim Dale ... Gilbert

Bob Gunton ... Cronin

J. Smith-Cameron ... Vanessa (as J. Smith Cameron)
Richard Frank ... 1st Client

Alex Winter ... Jeffrey

Billy Wirth ... Ralph

Bo Brinkman ... Sonny
Jill Larson ... Single Female
Kurt Knudson ... Fat Man
Gary Roberts ... 2nd Client
Machisté Quintana ... McGowan
Charles Brown ... Sgt. Oliver Gant (uncredited)
Janis Corsair ... Maureen Sims (uncredited)

George Coutoupis ... Doorman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 10: Bump and Run

20 November 1985
McCall searches for a vigilante who is killing criminals in his name. Meanwhile, his colleague Kostmeyer protects a young woman from carjackers seeking revenge for a fallen member of their crew.

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall
Brian Bedford ... W. Donald Polk
Laura Ashton ... Sydney Blake
Charles Brown ... Sgt. Oliver Gant

Mark Linn-Baker ... Ronnie

Keith Szarabajka ... Mickey Kostmayer

Meat Loaf ... Sugar Fly Simon

Mark Margolis ... Jimmy
Nathan George ... Tessor

Charles S. Dutton ... Abmennet (as Charles Dutton)
Lázaro Pérez ... Otega
Robert Silver ... Detective

Joe Maruzzo ... Thug #2
Mark Baker ... Thug #1
Frank Adu ... Supervisor

Geoff Pierson ... Lawyer (as Geoffrey Pierson)
Royce Rich ... Policeman #1
Rudy Martin ... Professor
J.R. Horne ... Man in Courtoom
Manuel E. Santiago ... Desk Sergeant

Robert Moresco ... Precinct Policeman (as Bob Moresco)

Sylvia Kauders ... Old Lady

Ralph Cole Jr. ... Juvenile Delinquent (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 11: Desperately

4 December 1985
A bored housewife is dared by her friend to pick up a guy which she does. He takes her to a hotel room but when they arrive there's a guy already there. The guy who brought her there pulls out a gun and kills the man there. She runs away and calls McCall but she doesn't want her husband to know what happened. When she tells him what happened, McCall deduces that the man is professional killer so they go to the police and she tells her husband. But the assassin tracks her down through her friend.

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Blanche Baker ... Allison Webster

Ray Baker ... Dana

David Margulies ... Macklin

Tovah Feldshuh ... Samantha Page
Ray Sharkey ... Geoffery Dryden
Luke Reilly ... Ross Webster

Richard Portnow ... Police Lieutenant

Carlos Carrasco ... Pantero
Jack Gilpin ... Harvey

James Gleason ... Fredericks

Roma Maffia ... Sindee
Rana Langer ... Hooker
Steve Gunderson ... Man in Bar (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 12: Reign of Terror

11 December 1985
A doctor takes over an inner city clinic, upon arriving she discovers that the previous doctor has a deal with the gang who runs the neighborhood to provide them with drugs in exchange for letting them stay there. But when she learns of this, she tells them that it ends. The gang then threatens her but she's not intimidated. But her assistant knowing she's in over her head calls McCall. But upon meeting him, she refuses to accept help from because she doesn't believe in violence.

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Lonette McKee ... Dr. Elly Walton

Fred Williamson ... Lt. Mason Warren

Tomas Milian ... Immanuel Pena
Lester Rawlins ... Doctor Timms
Rosemary De Angelis ... Irma Portman

Begonya Plaza ... Mrs. Sanchez (as Begona Plaza)

Joe Maruzzo ... Head
Pedro Sanchez ... Primo

Paul Calderon ... Rat Heart

Alberto Vazquez ... Mr. Sanchez (as Alberto Vasquez)
Stephen Chen ... Mr. Lim
Jose Ynoa ... Fango
Edward Gallardo ... Fernandez
Joey Chin ... Crips Gang member (uncredited)

Ángel Ramírez ... Gang Member (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 13: Back Home

18 December 1985
McCall is called by the tenants of an apartment building who are terrorized so that they would move out. They believe that the owner a wealthy man is doing this so he can tear down the building. McCall does a check on the man and discovers that he is looking for a hit man to kill his wife. So McCall approaches her and convinces her to come with him.

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall
Frank Converse ... Guthrie Browne
Charles Hallahan ... George Cook
Anne Pitoniak ... Lilly
Allen Swift ... Monty

Marisa Berenson ... Andrea Browne

Fred Williamson ... Lt. Mason Warren
Robert Modica ... Dawson (as Robert X. Modica)

Jude Ciccolella ... Joe
Jean De Baer ... Eileen Arden (as Jean DeBear)
Irving Metzman ... Sterno
Helen Hanft ... Mrs. Washburn
Richard Russell Ramos ... Mr. Washburn
Robert Blumenfeld ... Wilhite

Jordan Marder ... Eric Browne

Paul Herman ... Ben
Richmond Hoxie ... First Aide
Margaret Thomson ... Bank Teller
Robert Dorfman ... Second Aide
Jennifer Karr ... Angie
Frank Adonis ... Limo Driver

William Zabka ... Scott McCall (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 14: Out of the Past

15 January 1986
McCall's ex-wife asks for his help when her current husband is threatened by a vengeful ex-con.

Season 1, Episode 15: Dead Drop

22 January 1986
McCall assembles a team of former colleagues to help an innocent bystander in danger when he is unwittingly involved in a smuggling operation. However, McCall runs into unexpected trouble with a smug bureaucrat gunning for Control's job.

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

James Murtaugh ... Barry Konig

Robin Curtis ... Ginger Brock

Ray Baker ... Dana
Irving Metzman ... Sterno

David Leary ... Lawseth

Mark Margolis ... Jimmy

Keith Szarabajka ... Mickey Kostmayer

Saul Rubinek ... Jason Masur

Robert Lansing ... Control
Barry Snider ... Inspector Logan

Richard Portnow ... Policeman / Detective

James Eckhouse ... Steve
Tony DiBenedetto ... Sam the Doorman (as Tony Di Benedetto)

Robert O'Reilly ... Fur Collar Man
George Kyle ... Red Parka Man

Roma Maffia ... Sindee
Ron Vernan ... Tom
Michael Arkin ... First Man
Leslie Hicks ... Margo

David Leisure ... Man in Restaurant (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 16: Wash-Up

29 January 1986
Two window-washers who want to form a union ask for McCall's help when they are threatened by their murderous employer. Meanwhile, McCall's housekeeper moves into his townhouse temporarily for a few days with her two young sons in tow.

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Robert Davi ... Michael Riegert
Yvonne Wilder ... Lettie
Bill Cwikowski ... Pete

Brian Tarantina ... Lenny DeWitt
Michael O'Hare ... Alex

Mark Margolis ... Jimmy
Joe Spinell ... Mob Boss
Irving Metzman ... Sterno

Ron O'Neal ... Lt. Isadore Smalls
John McCurry ... Big Ed
Carol Cass ... Ladonna Page
James Congdon ... Gibson
Carlo Hart ... Jorge
Edwin Maldonado ... Ishmael
Kenneth Solarino ... Bodyguard (as Ken Solarino)
Bob Maroff ... Man at End of Counter
John Michael Bolger ... Bartender
Michele R. Whitall ... Secretary
Sean O'Phelan ... Tommy

Season 1, Episode 17: Torn

5 February 1986
McCall finds his attention divided when Jason Mazer from The Agency offers him a chance at revenge against an old enemy, while at the same time a young girl asks McCall to protect her and her mother against her abusive father.

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Ron O'Neal ... Lt. Isadore Smalls
Yvonne Wilder ... Lettie
Zohra Lampert ... Veronica Whitney

Caitlin Clarke ... Jessie Moore

Saul Rubinek ... Jason Masur
Charles Robinson ... Brian (as Charles Knox Robinson)
Richard Grusin ... Shumway

Robert John Burke ... O'Toole (as Robert Burke)

Melissa Joan Hart ... Laura Moore (as Melissa Hart)
Kenneth Ryan ... Mike Moore

Patricia Richardson ... Saleswoman

Season 1, Episode 18: Unnatural Causes

12 February 1986
A serial killer is targeting New York's lonely single women who respond to a Lonely Hearts newspaper ad. His calling card is an orchid he pins to the body. Meanwhile, McCall is writing an article about Robert E Lee for a military magazine and trying to help a young actress from being exploited by a pimp.

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall
Gwen Verdon ... Kelly Sterling

Kim Delaney ... Sally Ann Carter
Bobby Di Cicco ... Anza Serrato (as Bobby DiCicco)
Kevin Geer ... Orchid Killer

Stephen Joyce ... Mr. Peters
Charlotte Moore ... Francine Grant

Mark Margolis ... Jimmy

Ron O'Neal ... Lt. Isadore Smalls

Alice Spivak ... Acting Teacher
Lynn Milgrim ... Mrs. Lenox

Joe Lisi ... Patrolman

Cathryn de Prume ... Waitress (as Cathryn dePrume)
Edward Joseph ... Bartender

Ralph Cole Jr. ... Acting Student (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 19: Breakpoint

19 February 1986
While attending a wedding, McCall is taken hostage by Middle Eastern terrorists seeking to capture and execute a philanthropist from their country.

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Patricia Clarkson ... Deborah Wade
Richard Hamilton ... Otis Hendricks
Phyllis Newman ... Gwen Hunter
Sam Schacht ... Norrell

Aharon Ipalé ... Gustav Herant
Ron Frazier ... The Doctor

Tony Shalhoub ... Terrorist Leader

Ned Eisenberg ... Frank Stevens

Tony Spiridakis ... Wrong Waiter

Keith Szarabajka ... Mickey Kostmayer

Earl Hindman ... Findlay

Dann Florek ... Lieutenant Ferraro

Joseph Kell ... Benjamin Wade

Jeff McCarthy ... Gary Speer
Frederica Meister ... Reporter
Elek Hartman ... Officer Mehar

Stephen Mendillo ... Barricade Cop
Scott Rhyne ... Command Cop

Season 1, Episode 20: No Conscience

5 March 1986
A womanizer is grabbed by some people who demand that he give them something that one of the women he's been with gave him. He has no idea what they're talking about so he turns to McCall for help. After going through all the women he knows they hit a wall. That is until he remembers one other woman whom he met briefly.

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Laurie Metcalf ... Theresa

D.W. Moffett ... Mitchell

Linda Thorson ... Industrial Spy
Madison Arnold ... Mr. Signorello - Cabbie

Mark Margolis ... Jimmy
Neal Benari ... Male Suit (as Neal Ben-Ari)

Kelly Curtis ... Vicki
Karen Morris Gowdy ... Mary
Nitchie Barrett ... Dana
James Nixon ... Thug #1

Lara Harris ... Blonde on Phone
Sarah Morris ... Diane
Roni Margolis ... Chris
Barbara Cantor ... Debbie

Season 1, Episode 21: Unpunished Crimes

1 April 1986
A man goes to the CEO of a corporation and accuses them of stealing his invention, and when he presents proof the CEO tries to destroy it. He then orders that the man be taken care of. And when they fail, the man's son calls McCall. McCall checks the CEO out and learns that he may have ties to a terrorist group, so he approaches the man in charge of the group and together they run a game on the CEO.

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Dan Hedaya ... Frank Donahue
Regina Baff ... Susan Donahue

John Cameron Mitchell ... Ed Donahue
Cameron Johann ... Rick Donahue (as Cameron Charles Johann)

John Cullum ... Stuart Cane

Jon Polito ... Gianni

Joseph Ragno ... Jock
Lee Wallace ... Whitney

Clifford David ... Webber
George Guidall ... Phillips
Irving Metzman ... Sterno

August Schellenberg ... Brennan

Walter Bobbie ... Cox
Andrew Davis ... Masatir
Virginia Sandifur ... Miss Griswold
Melanie Caldwell ... Receptionist

David Copeland ... Gangster (uncredited)
Bill Corsair ... Security Guard (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 22: Pretenders

8 April 1986
McCall helps a rookie reporter who suspects her new neighbor of criminal activity. As McCall probes further, he discovers the man may have murderous intentions and is being protected by Control.

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall
Tony Musante ... John Parker
Chad Redding ... Beth Mackie

Philip Bosco ... Brian
Albert Macklin ... Dack

Ron O'Neal ... Lt. Isadore Smalls

Robert Lansing ... Control

Mark Margolis ... Jimmy

Bruce Jarchow ... Flynn
Katherine Cortez ... Cynthia
Scott Rhyne ... Officer Dysan

Michael Medeiros ... Punk / Angel Fiskus
David Bailey ... 1st Suit

Ian Buchanan ... Harried Man

Grace Garland ... Karen
Howard Sherman ... Policeman
Stuart Dillon ... Newscaster

Tom Atkins ... Demonstrator (uncredited)

Lara Harris ... Woman in phone booth (uncredited)
Kathleen Lloyd ... Demonstrator (uncredited)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Prelude

8 October 1986
When an investigative reporter is abducted. His daughter calls McCall and demands to know where her father is. It seems her father was doing a piece on a country's leader whom Agency helped get into power, whose turned into an oppressor and they want to know who the members of the opposition are. And she claims McCall was the man who helped him get into power. McCall tries to find him but is warned he's going to be stepping on some big toes.

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

William Zabka ... Scott McCall

Lori Loughlin ... Jenny Morrow
Martin Shakar ... Frank Morrow
Jaime Sánchez ... Vincente

Robert Joy ... Jacob Stock

Robert Lansing ... Control

James Rebhorn ... Eric
Jesse Doran ... Strossner
Carlos Cestero ... Urgate

Earl Hindman ... Lieutenant Elmer
John Ottavino ... Driver

Tim De Zarn ... Stoller (as Tim deZarn)
Leslie Geraci ... Reporter
Joseph Mosso ... Alex

Kelly Lynch ... Bartender

Season 2, Episode 2: Nocturne

15 October 1986
A music critic overhears a voice in an elevator and identifies him as the man who had abducted her, raped and beaten her so badly that she lost her sight.

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Jessica Harper ... Kate Parnell

Michael Parks ... Logan
Ron Frazier ... Coe
Brad Sullivan ... Joshua

Ron O'Neal ... Lt. Isadore Smalls

Nick Ashford ... Himself (as Ashford & Simpson)
Valerie Simpson ... Herself (as Ashford & Simpson)
Thomas A. Carlin ... Jeremy the Doorman
Tanya Berezin ... Secretary

Alice Drummond ... Kind Woman
Fred G. Smith ... Man in Elevator
Jerry Ball ... Patrolman

Season 2, Episode 3: A Community of Civilized Men

22 October 1986
McCall helps a woman who's being harassed by a guy. He warns him off. Later the woman is killed and McCall goes after the guy but it turns it wasn't him. And it also turns out it wasn't her whom the killer was after. McCall thinks it's the woman's daughter and when he goes to see her she doesn't know why so McCall offers to protect her. At the same time Control wants something from him.

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Tammy Grimes ... Julia Jacobs

Jennifer Grey ... Valerie Jacobs
Lewis J. Stadlen ... Mr. Cooper
Lewis Van Bergen ... Zahn

Robert Lansing ... Control
Robert Blumenfeld ... Wilhite

Zach Grenier ... Wirth

Patrick Kilpatrick ... Webster

Bruce Altman ... Michaels

Season 2, Episode 4: Joyride

29 October 1986
Some boys decide to take a hearse for a joyride. They find a casket inside filled with drugs. One of the boys decides to sell them, he is later killed. The father of another boy calls McCall for help. McCall learns that the owner of the drugs is a dangerous man and will do whatever he has to to get them back.

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall
Cleavant Derricks ... Sonny Raines

Christian Slater ... Michael Winslow

Michael A. Nickles ... Steve (as Michael Nickles)
Olga Bellin ... Mrs. Winslow

Eddie Jones ... Mr. Winslow
Roger Robinson ... Mr. Selby
Kristen Vigard ... Rachel

Ron O'Neal ... Lt. Isadore Smalls

Mark Margolis ... Jimmy
Anthony Powers ... Marco
Ronald Maccone ... Varese (as Ron Maccone)
David Chandler ... Aurello
Paul Lemos ... Gang Kid #1
Sixto Ramos ... Gang Kid #2
Jose Andrews ... Guard
Pedro Sanchez ... Confederate

Season 2, Episode 5: Shades of Darkness

5 November 1986
A National Guard lieutenant witnesses a murder but the perpetrator escapes and the victim dies in his arms. He is arrested and accused of the crime. His priest, who was with McCall in the army, contacts the Equalizer for help.

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Lenny von Dohlen ... Dan Turner

William Sadler ... Rick Dillon / Kevin Moore (as Bill Sadler)

Caroline Kava ... Mercenary Recruiter
Emily Heebner ... Lorraine Turner

Olympia Dukakis ... Judge Paula G. Walsh

Edward Binns ... Father Martin O'Donohugh
J.J. Johnston ... Frank

Sam Coppola ... Leo Barnes (as Sam J. Coppola)
Don Correia ... Court Deputy
Karen Sellon ... Nancy Polinski

Gregory Zaragoza ... Police Officer

Season 2, Episode 6: Nightscape

12 November 1986
A woman is brutally gang-raped on the NY subway and her husband tries to track down those responsible. She contacts McCall to help save her husband.

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Frances Fisher ... Amanda Kaufman

Thomas G. Waites ... Jim Kaufman
Madeleine Potter ... Zena
Michael Kemmerling ... Rapist #1

Matthew Cowles ... Rapist #2

Michael Medeiros ... Rapist #3

Austin Pendleton ... Jonah

Lisa Banes ... Allison

Ron O'Neal ... Lt. Isadore Smalls

Tim Guinee ... Rick

Mark Boone Junior ... Time
Sharon Chatten ... Alice
Thomas Quinn ... Bartender

Becky London ... Woman Detective
Robert Salas ... Transit Policeman
Patrice Colihan ... Anne
Virginia Rae Robinson ... Young Woman
Lisa Meryll ... Frances
Alan Boyce ... Ted

Season 2, Episode 7: Counterfire

19 November 1986
McCall is arrested for the murder of a blind man who had earlier thrown himself on McCall's car pretending to have been run down.

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Thomas Marley Jr. (as Vincent Phillip D'Onofrio)

Lisa Pelikan ... Anne Fitzgerald / Diane Snyder
Charles Cioffi ... Lieutenant Kramer

Leonardo Cimino ... Thomas Marley Sr.

William Hickey ... Tom Clark

Robert Lansing ... Control
Sully Boyar ... Judge Maurice Sanderling

Mickey Freeman ... Comedian

Laura Dean ... Terry
Jihmi Kennedy ... Mosley
Barry Cullison ... Police Officer
Miguel Pinero ... Drunk
Kevin Eshelman ... Newsvendor
Virginia Sandifur ... Mara Baker
Tony Hoty ... Bert
Robert Trumbull ... Hodges

Season 2, Episode 8: The Line

26 November 1986
A young black man is killed accidentally when a watch group startles him. To protect themselves, they make it appear he was caught in the commission of a crime. And the police believe their claim. But his mother refuses to believe it and calls McCall to prove it. But her other son just wants to get a gun and go after them.

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

David Leary ... Marty Bennett
Bill Cwikowski ... Vic Roselli

Novella Nelson ... Miriam Blain

Mark Margolis ... Jimmy
Norman Parker ... Lou Marsh
Donald Buka ... Ben Carrigan

Joe Grifasi ... Lt. Vocek
James Andronica ... Al Weaver

Giancarlo Esposito ... Jumpin' Jack
Todd A. Rolle ... Eugene Blain (as Todd Rollé)
Kevin McClarnon ... Sergeant Butelli
Clayton Prince ... Randy Blain
Steve Elmore ... Policeman
Tom Kubiak ... Supervisor
Gavin Troster ... Patrolman

Season 2, Episode 9: Tip on a Sure Thing

3 December 1986
When a race between two horses is being highly touted the press is giving a lot of coverage to the underdog. And everyone seems to be betting on that horse. So a bookie takes all of the action and decides to ensure that the other horse will win. So he kidnaps the son of the underdog horse's jockey. The jockey's wife then calls McCall who advises them to call the police but the man refuses to do that. So McCall turns to an agent who is a gambler to help him find out who kidnapped the boy before the race begins.

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Paul Gleason ... Greenleaf

Daniel Faraldo ... Luis Rivera

Ted Ross ... Pike

Roberts Blossom ... Oscar Peabody

Robert O'Reilly ... Chance
Denise Dumont ... Maria Rivera
Cleavant Derricks ... Sonny Raines
Warner Wolf ... Himself
Merwin Goldsmith ... OTB Teller

Nestor Serrano ... Barry
Carlos Anthony Ocasio ... Roberto (as Carlos Ocasio)
Jack Gilpin ... Harvey

Season 2, Episode 10: The Cup

10 December 1986
With McCall at his side, Kostmayer tries to help his brother, a priest, who refuses all assistance after being wounded in a drive-by shooting that kills a parishioner. They soon determine that Father Kostmayer has become privy to a KGB assassination plot revealed through the confession of the murdered man.

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Dennis Christopher ... Father Nicholas Kostmayer
Caris Corfman ... Monica
Jaroslav Stremien ... Stanislav

Earl Hindman ... Lt. Elmer
Colin Fox ... Bishop (as Colin R. Fox)

Keith Szarabajka ... Mickey Kostmayer
Avind Harum ... Casimir (as Eivind Harum)
Peter Von Berg ... Kinski
Igor Panich ... Jerzy (as I. Julian Panich)

Joe Urla ... Stephen
Noberto Kerner ... Russian Ambassador Sikora
Michael Arkin ... Guard
Anatoli Davydov ... Agent One (as Anatoly Davydov)
Adam Oliensis ... Policeman
Donna Fiducia ... Diane Waters
Lanny Flaherty ... Policeman #2

Season 2, Episode 11: Heartstrings

17 December 1986
When a woman's newborn baby disappears and the police are unable to help her, she calls McCall. After ruling out the possibility of her child being abducted for ransom or by disgruntled relative. McCall believes that her baby was taken by someone who deals with gray adoptions and when the mother who had earlier agreed to give her baby changed her mind, the person grabbed her child in desperation. McCall tries to find out who this mother is so he can find the broker. And when he finds the person who was going to adopt the baby, McCall learns he has ties to the Agency.

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall
Michele Dotrice ... Vanessa Daniels

Keith Szarabajka ... Mickey Kostmayer

David Margulies ... Eugene Whitman
Michael Margotta ... Frank Carter
Sam Schacht ... Norrell
Jana Schneider ... Kidnapping Nurse

Robert Lansing ... Control
Gordana Rashovich ... Mrs. Luther
Patricia Triana ... Sally Ramirez

Aharon Ipalé ... Hector Kouros
Debra Cole ... Molly Nesbet
Carol Woods ... Nurse Frank
Ericka Cruz ... Gayleen Luther

Season 2, Episode 12: High Performance

7 January 1987
A female construction worker while on the job thinks she saw a murder. She then calls McCall to help prove she wasn't seeing things. So he goes to where she saw it to check it out. Problem is that it's the skeletal structure of a building under construction and it's on a high level and he has a fear of heights.

Season 2, Episode 13: Beyond Control

14 January 1987
The death of a KGB mole forces Control to operate without the resources or knowledge of the Company; he asks for McCall's help to locate the stolen files of a secret committee while avoiding one of the KGB's top operatives.

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Liane Curtis ... Elaine Ferris
Brian Bedford ... Paul Coble
Philip Kraus ... Durkin
Dan Ziskie ... John Ferman (as Daniel Ziskie)

Keith Szarabajka ... Mickey Kostmayer

Robert Lansing ... Control
Paula Trueman ... Mrs. Hammerschmidt

Josh Mostel ... Winston Erdlow
Scott Rhyne ... Policeman

Season 2, Episode 14: Carnal Persuasion

21 January 1987
A woman, whose husband was arrested for a crime she knows he didn't commit, is approached by the judge handling her husband's case and is propositioned by the man. She then calls McCall and tells him what happened. McCall first starts by asking another judge what she knows about the man, and learns that he appeared to come from out of nowhere, which means he is in someone's pocket. McCall then goes to see a friend of her husband who tells him that some criminal needs a man in his position for his smuggling operation but the man is honest and wouldn't be a part of it so they frame him. McCall then decides to rattle the judge hoping he'll make a mistake.

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

John Cullum ... Judge Howard Tainey
Maria Holvoe ... Lisa Hughes

Mark Margolis ... Jimmy
Raymond Serra ... Antonio (as Ray Serra)

Cynthia Harris ... Judge Paula G. Walsh

John Laughlin ... Jake Hughes

Keith Szarabajka ... Mickey Kostmayer

Louis Zorich ... Zeke

Rocco Sisto ... Frank
Steven Randazzo ... Roz
Eric Kohner ... Hank

Bruce Kirkpatrick ... Guard

Bill Winkler ... Policeman

Season 2, Episode 15: Memories of Manon: Part 1

4 February 1987
Yvette Marcel who is Contol's god daughter was grabbed by a couple of men, who then threatens to kill her father who is a Canadian agent unless she can find out who her father's informant known as Chrysalis is. She turns to Control who then asks Robert for help because her mother is someone Robert knew very well.

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Melissa Sue Anderson ... Yvette Marcel (as Melissa Anderson)

Anthony Zerbe ... Phillipe Marcel

George DiCenzo ... Dorgan

Jon Polito ... Carmack

Keith Szarabajka ... Mickey Kostmayer

Robert Lansing ... Control
Maurice Hines ... Billie Bump
John Corey ... Blanchard (as John V. Corey)
David Greenan ... Hathaway
David Shuman ... Ernie Slackman
Paul Geier ... Tom Calvert
Claude Vincent ... Leo Zorn

Cameron Arnett ... Raider #1

Season 2, Episode 16: Memories of Manon: Part 2

11 February 1987
After Marcel tells McCall of his connection to Yvette, he goes to make sure she's safe. But Dorgan who is desperate to know who Chrysalis is, grabs her. So McCall has to try and find a way to save her and get Dorgan off Marcel.

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Melissa Sue Anderson ... Yvette Marcel (as Melissa Anderson)

Anthony Zerbe ... Phillipe Marcel

George DiCenzo ... Frank Dorgan

Jon Polito ... Gene Carmack

Keith Szarabajka ... Mickey Kostmayer

Robert Lansing ... Control
John Corey ... Blanchard
David Greenan ... Hathaway
David Shuman ... Ernie Slackman
Kate Dezina ... Manon
David James Sharp ... Crawford
Joe Chiaramonte ... Erlich
Joseph Malanga ... Al Geiger
Frank Adonis ... Limo Driver

Season 2, Episode 17: Solo

18 February 1987


Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Lindsay Crouse ... Sarah McGee

Kevin Spacey ... Detective Sgt. Cole

Austin Pendleton ... Jonah

Leon Russom ... Sergeant Worley
E. Brian Dean ... Hinks
Thomas Quinn ... Stan
Bruce Hubbard ... Manager
Kenneth Ryan ... Max
William Parry ... Police Detective

Stephen Payne ... Stone
Kristofer Batho ... Fix

Season 2, Episode 18: A Place to Stay

25 February 1987
When a young girl from the suburbs runs away from an abusive home environment to live on the streets of New York, the girl's mother hires McCall to find her. He is thrust into the seedy underworld of child pornography in order to save her.

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall
Ann McDonough ... Melanie Rowan
Alyson Kirk ... Lynn Rowan

Margaret Welsh ... Judy

Trey Wilson ... Peter Marstand
Chad Redding ... Sgt. Alice Shepard
Kario Salem ... Griswald

Bethel Leslie ... Woman on Street

Ed Lauter ... Walter Rowan
Robert Katims ... Grayson
Anne Carlisle ... Advertiser
Lou Hirsch ... Counter Clerk
Timmy Cappello ... Shopkeeper
Leslie Lyles ... Woman
Bonnie Pfeifer ... Receptionist

Rick Aviles ... Scam
Nile Lanning ... Hooker

Anthony L. Gurino ... Homeless Boy (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 19: Coal Black Soul

6 May 1987
A serial killer of middle-aged women wants McCall to kill him. Meanwhile, McCall begins a romance with a psychiatrist whom he saves from a peeper.

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Patricia Kalember ... Dr. Stephanie Davis

Mitchell Lichtenstein ... Alex Hayes

Lois Smith ... Dorothy Hermes

Earl Hindman ... Lt. Elmer

Chris Elliott ... Rags Maloney
Jihmi Kennedy ... Clarence Marshall
Gale Garnett ... Frances
Madelyn Griffith-Haynie ... Jill

Season 2, Episode 20: First Light

13 May 1987
McCall is out of town appearing in a hearing being conducted by a Senator over an op (operation) Control did a few years ago on him, and McCall's testimony could take Control down. Scott and a friend are trying to help an old man who is being terrorized by someone. After McCall saves Control, he hurries home to help Scott.

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

William Zabka ... Scott McCall

Lori Loughlin ... Jenny Morrow
Robert Modica ... Terrance Booth (as Robert X. Modica)

Mike Nussbaum ... Harry Dawson
Kaiulani Lee ... Lorraine Watson
Jerome Dempsey ... Senator Clairman

Robert Lansing ... Control
Paul Harding ... Phillip Franken
Quentin Crisp ... Ernie Frick

Marco St. John ... Victor Thorpe
Ira Lewis ... Porter

Robert Haufrecht ... Woods

Season 2, Episode 21: Hand and Glove

20 May 1987


Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

William Zabka ... Scott McCall

Barbara Garrick ... Deborah Whitten
Mark Soper ... Ken Whitten Jr.

Charles Keating ... Kenneth Whitten

Nancy Fish ... Rachel

William H. Macy ... Dr. Spaulding (as W.H. Macy)
Lela Ivey ... Shirley Gossett

James Peak ... Bill

Season 2, Episode 22: Re-Entry

27 May 1987
A boy who senses something is wrong with his father calls McCall to help him. McCall learns that he is being pressured to help some people rob his employer. McCall has a plan to help him but the people coercing the father grabs the boy and tells McCall not to interfere. So McCall has to find out how they knew about him and where the boy is.

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Blood & Wine: Part 1

23 September 1987
A woman who discovered her daughter's husband has a gun but couldn't find it when she tries to tell her daughter about calls McCall. McCall initially refuses to help until he sees the man following them. Later McCall thinks he's a terrorist, the Feds are looking for so he calls the agent in charge. He learns that they are being aided by a man who knows the terrorist who is now a priest whom McCall also knows and hates so he doesn't want to do anything with him.

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Keith Szarabajka ... Mickey Kostmayer

William Atherton ... Martin 'Alpha' Loeber

Moira Sinise ... Linda (as Moira Harris)

Tom Atkins ... Detective Frank Standish

Christopher Murney ... Rudy Bagler

Elizabeth Franz ... Mrs. Thomas

Robert Lansing ... Control

Telly Savalas ... Brother Joseph Heiden

Lynne Thigpen ... Cleaning Lady
Lee Breuer ... Benjamin Harris
Trish Hawkins ... Mrs. Standish
Alan Mixon ... Father Anthony
Sheila Stainback ... Anchorperson
Stephen James ... Reporter
Fima Noveck ... Kroslick
Ted Beniades ... Police Officer
Sarah Chodoff ... Young Nun
Sam Green ... Agent Barnes
Nicholas Georgiade ... Agent #2 (as Nick Georgiade)

Gary Landon Mills ... Latino Gangster

Peter Richardson ... Leather Jacket

Grace Johnston ... Emily Standish
Salvador Barone ... Frank Standish Jr.
Hamadi Izzard ... Basketball Boy

Season 3, Episode 2: Blood & Wine: Part 2

23 September 1987
A terrorist blends in with visitors from all over the world at a Roman Catholic religious festival, His former partner, who repented and became a monk, arrives in New York to search for him. The partner suspects that the terrorist will hit the religious festival to show his contempt for Christianity, in the guise of a priest he has murdered. The title is quite literal, because the terrorist plans to commit perhaps the ultimate act of blasphemy by pouring the poison into a chalice of wine -- which is to be converted to Christ's blood -- and serve it to a thousand people at a Mass where he is officiating.

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Keith Szarabajka ... Mickey Kostmayer

William Atherton ... Martin 'Alpha' Loeber

Moira Sinise ... Linda (as Moira Harris)

Tom Atkins ... Detective Frank Standish

Christopher Murney ... Rudy Bagler

Elizabeth Franz ... Mrs. Thomas

Robert Lansing ... Control

Telly Savalas ... Brother Joseph Heiden

Lynne Thigpen ... Cleaning Lady
Lee Breuer ... Benjamin Harris
Trish Hawkins ... Mrs. Standish
Alan Mixon ... Father Anthony
Sheila Stainback ... Anchorperson
Stephen James ... Reporter
Fima Noveck ... Kroslick
Ted Beniades ... Police Officer
Sarah Chodoff ... Young Nun
Hamilton Gillett ... Agent #1
Sam Green ... Agent Barnes
Nicholas Georgiade ... Agent #2 (as Nick Georgiade)

Gary Landon Mills ... Latino Gangster

Peter Richardson ... Leather Jacket

Grace Johnston ... Emily Standish
Salvador Barone ... Frank Standish Jr.
Hamadi Izzard ... Basketball Boy

Rawleigh Moreland ... Priest (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 3: Suspicion of Innocence

30 September 1987


Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Keith Szarabajka ... Mickey Kostmayer

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Davy Baylor (as Vincent Phillip D'Onofrio)
William Converse-Roberts ... Will Rattigan
Charles Cioffi ... Lieutenant Kramer

Mark Margolis ... Jimmy

Ann Wedgeworth ... Irene Baylor

John Randolph ... Jack Rattigan
Mary Kane ... Cheryl Jansen
Norman Matlock ... Judge

Keliher Walsh ... Lea Danski

James Eckhouse ... District Attorney
Nancy Giles ... Bailiff

Victor Bevine ... Sergeant
Joe Barrett ... Court Clerk
Michael Patterson ... Policeman
Chad Restum ... Court Officer

Jared Simon ... Policeman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 4: In the Money

7 October 1987


Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Keith Szarabajka ... Mickey Kostmayer

John Heard ... Ron Parrish

Ashley Crow ... Samantha Chesborough

Dennis Boutsikaris ... C.R. Heaton
Paul Perri ... Craig Rose

Patricia Richardson ... Sandy

Oliver Platt ... Norm Jameson
David Steinberg ... Freddy (as David J. Steinberg)
Howard Ross ... Merrick
Anne Swift ... Sylvia
Tamara Bruno Leffler ... Patti
Hugh A. Rose ... Suit #2
Charles Mitchell ... Suit #1 (as Chip Mitchell)

Season 3, Episode 5: Encounter in a Closed Room

14 October 1987
A Russian scientist who's in New York City gets away from his security and goes to the home of a friend. Later some American agents show up and ask him if he wants to defect and when he says yes they take him in. The scientist's friend is later approached by someone who wants her to help them take the scientist out or else her parents will be killed. She then calls McCall and tries to neutralize them.

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Keith Szarabajka ... Mickey Kostmayer

Michael Moriarty ... Dr. Peter Kapik

Maureen Mueller ... Alina Polivka
Chad Redding ... Sgt. Alice Shepard

Jamey Sheridan ... Wayne
Liliana Komorowska ... Sarka

George Gerdes ... Russian Spy

Robert Lansing ... Control

Adam LeFevre ... Foster
Noberto Kerner ... Emil Polivka (as Norberto Kerner)

Lola Pashalinski ... Vera Polivka
Matthew Lewis ... Alexander
Joseph Amodei ... Frank Ashton
Christopher McHale ... Bodyguard
Warren Keith ... TV Reporter

Season 3, Episode 6: Mission: McCall: Part 1

28 October 1987
When Scott can't find his father, he first calls Control but they give him the brush off. He later finds a message from his father telling him to contact a man named Dyson who also worked for the Agency and like McCall wanted out. Dyson tries to find him and thinks that the KGB might be involved, so he breaks out another former Agency operative, Harley Gage to help him. They discover that the KGB has nothing to do with happened to McCall.

Season 3, Episode 7: Mission: McCall: Part 2

4 November 1987
The KGB get McCall and take him to the Russian embassy. McCall was shot so they try to treat him before sending him to Russia. Dyson upon learning this tries to get him out by getting into the Embassy along with Gage. They tell Kostmayer to sit on Control because they fear he might try to stop them. Eventually his people find him and tries to contact someone at the Embassy. Eventually Dyson and Gage are caught.

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Robert Lansing ... Control
Ludmilla Bokievsky ... Dr. Zara Klemik
Frederick Neumann ... Colonel Vlasov
Daniel Chapman ... Borda
Joseph Tobin ... Weber / Cronin

Dave Florek ... Viloa
Anderson Matthews ... Medic
Victor Talmadge ... Soldier
Mark Mikulski ... Guard

Boris Lee Krutonog ... Sentry (as Boris Krutonog)
George Cambus ... Kamarov
Ivan Kronenfeld ... Hearse Driver

Frances Fisher ... Francesca (uncredited)

Richard Jordan ... Harley Gage (uncredited)

Robert Mitchum ... Richard Dyson (uncredited)

James Peak ... Killer (uncredited)

Keith Szarabajka ... Mickey Kostmayer (uncredited)

William Zabka ... Scott McCall (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 8: Shadow Play

11 November 1987

Season 3, Episode 9: Inner View

18 November 1987


Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Keith Szarabajka ... Mickey Kostmayer

Richard Jordan ... Harley Gage
Katherine Cortez ... Karen Alden

Terrence Mann ... Shadow Man
Toni Kalem ... Sarah

Starletta DuPois ... Female Detective
Paul Hipp ... Jarret
Ron Vawter ... Lieutenant
Sheila Stainback ... Newscaster
Leib Lensky ... Old Man (as Lieb Lensky)
Timmy Cappello ... Roadie
Paula Raflo ... Reporter
Herschel Sparber ... Truck Driver

Season 3, Episode 10: The Rehearsal

2 December 1987
McCall and Gage attend the rehearsal of a play in which the daughter of an associate will be starring. While she's in her dressing room, a shadowy figure tells her to leave. Later they discover that someone has cut the phone lines and booby trapped the theatre so when anyone comes inside, the bomb will go off. So they have to find the one who planted it so they can deactivate it. And it's while they wait that they discover that the people there know more than they are telling.

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Keith Szarabajka ... Mickey Kostmayer (credit only)

Richard Jordan ... Harley Gage
George Morfogen ... Everett Austin
Jennifer Van Dyck ... Sandra Benning

Ned Eisenberg ... Josh

Chris Cooper ... Michael
Gwyllum Evans ... Phil Davine
Sharon Chatten ... Ms. Rydell
John Garson ... Janitor

Season 3, Episode 11: Christmas Presence

16 December 1987


Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Keith Szarabajka ... Mickey Kostmayer (credit only)

Richard Jordan ... Harley Gage
Jacqueline Brookes ... Phyllis Robertson
Martin Shakar ... Kelly Stigman

Joseph Hindy ... Mickey's Father

Corey Carrier ... Mickey Robertson
Maureen Anderman ... Pete O'Phelan
Robert Dorfman ... Bishop

Matthew Kimbrough ... Spicer

Don McManus ... Dr. Feinberg (as Don R. McManus)

Dean Norris ... Martin
Daniel Berman ... Counterman / Florist
Kenneth Solarino ... Jeremy (as Ken Solarino)
Dalton Leong ... Investigator
Ari M. Roussimoff ... Deliveryman (as Ari Roussimoff)

Season 3, Episode 12: A Dance on the Dark Side

13 January 1988


Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Keith Szarabajka ... Mickey Kostmayer (credit only)

Richard Jordan ... Harley Gage

David Andrews ... Del Larkin

George DiCenzo ... Bruno Dominic
Chad Redding ... Sgt. Alice Shepard
Madeleine Potter ... Simone Peters / Susan Petersborough
Maureen Anderman ... Pete O'Phelan
John Seitz ... Captain Maldisi

Amanda Plummer ... Jill O'Connor
William Carden ... Kelly

Marilyn McIntyre ... Maureen
Matt Mitler ... Detective Bates

Brooke Smith ... Risa

Frank Patton ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 13: The Child Broker

20 January 1988
A robbery gang of semi-homeless kids is run by a ruthless manipulator (Frank Whaley). One of the kids has a caring single mother who enlists the Equalizer to look into things. When the gang boss shows his true colours anytime the possibility arises to advance in the world, the boys and The Equalizer bring him to justice.

Season 3, Episode 14: Video Games

27 January 1988


Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Keith Szarabajka ... Mickey Kostmayer (credit only)

Richard Jordan ... Harley Gage

Daniel Davis ... Eddie Mason

Andreas Katsulas ... Warren Briggs

Vanessa Angel ... Christine Hayes

John Bedford Lloyd ... D.A. Francis Scanlon
Maureen Anderman ... Pete O'Phelan
Maryann Urbano ... Angela Mason

Annabelle Gurwitch ... Suzanne
Ching Valdes-Aran ... Joy
Ray Gill ... Rennick

Tony Ganios ... Serge
Hunt Block ... Steiner (as David B. Hunt)
Paul Zaloom ... Hotel Clerk
Colleen Flynn ... Woman on Phone (as Colleen Flynn-Lawson)

Darlene Vogel ... Gina

Season 3, Episode 15: Something Green

10 February 1988
When the son of a woman who was fathered by a Swiss diplomat is missing, she calls McCall. He then talks to the boy's father and learns that he's in bed with some criminals who use him to get their money into Swiss banks. It seems he stole from them and it appears they grabbed his son to get him to return it but he claims that he sent the money out of the country. So McCall tries to shake the men who have the boy.

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Keith Szarabajka ... Mickey Kostmayer

Richard Jordan ... Harley Gage
Jon DeVries ... Raymond Gephardt

Lisa Eichhorn ... Mrs. Gephart
Ronald Hunter ... Mr. Binder

Leon Russom ... Lieutenant Borley

Macaulay Culkin ... Paul Gephardt

Debra Stricklin ... Debra
Michael Hammond ... Peltrow
Neal Benari ... Stanley (as Neal Ben Ari)

Gloria Irizarry ... Consuela
Philip Levy ... Lucas
Stephen McNaughton ... Vesco

Season 3, Episode 16: The Mystery of Manon: Part 1

17 February 1988

Season 3, Episode 17: The Mystery of Manon: Part 2

24 February 1988

Season 3, Episode 18: No Place Like Home

16 March 1988

Season 3, Episode 19: Last Call

23 March 1988


Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Keith Szarabajka ... Mickey Kostmayer

Joe Maruzzo ... Lewis Fipps

Michael Cerveris ... Frank Fipps

Kathleen Doyle ... Lucy

David Schramm ... Joe

James Rebhorn ... Gant

Colleen Fitzpatrick ... Susan (as Colleen Ann Fitzpatrick)
Maureen Anderman ... Pete O'Phelan
Peter Sellars ... Woody

Charles Keating ... Vincent Brennard
Tony Azito ... Jameson
Ron Lee Savin ... Ben

Season 3, Episode 20: Regrets Only

30 March 1988
An attractive divorcee, Susan Foxworth, has become the target of malicious & vindictive stalking from her psychopathic ex-husband, Gary. Despite her repeated complaints to the police, they state they are powerless to act until her ex does something to harm her or her children. Susan turns to Robert McCall for help, who discovers some chilling facts about her ex-husband's past. When the psychopathic ex finds out that McCall is working for Susan, he breaks into her home in the hope of killing her, but McCall has set a clever trap for him...

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Keith Szarabajka ... Mickey Kostmayer

J. Smith-Cameron ... Susan Foxworth
Philip Kraus ... Dr. Gary Foxworth
Jean De Baer ... Detective Bishop (as Jean DeBear)
Maureen Anderman ... Pete O'Phelan

Tony Longo ... Young

Polly Holliday ... Sister Sara (as Polly Holiday)
Rusty Riegelman ... Irate Woman

Debra Jo Rupp ... Marge
Mark Folger ... Skinhead
Don Crabtree ... Desk Sergeant
Carl Mueller ... Mark
Katherine Hiler ... Barbara
Harold Surratt ... Arresting Policeman (as Harold J. Surratt)
Robert Ott Boyle ... Supermarket Manager
Kristin McCracken ... Joanie

Season 3, Episode 21: Target of Choice

6 April 1988

Season 3, Episode 22: Always a Lady

4 May 1988


Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Keith Szarabajka ... Mickey Kostmayer
Anne Twomey ... Meredith Browning

Joseph Mascolo ... Tony Costa
Lewis Van Bergen ... Johnny Sax
Chad Redding ... Sgt. Alice Shepard
Maureen Anderman ... Pete O'Phelan
Ron Frazier

Robert Lansing ... Control
Barry Snider ... Detective Calloway
Susan Gibney ... Angela Drake
Mary Layne ... Jean
Benjamin Levy ... Benjy
Stephen De Fluiter ... Minister
John Remme ... Medical Examiner
James Reno ... Frank
Rita Jenrette ... Hooker
Lesly Kahn ... Female Costumer
Drew Bongianni ... Croupier

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: The Last Campaign

26 October 1988
A woman who works for an ambitious Assemblyman learns he is planning to get a Senator to step down, thus paving the way for him to take the Senator's place, by threatening to reveal something from the Senator's past. She calls McCall. But when her boss finds out what she is doing, he has her committed. McCall tries to help her.

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Keith Szarabajka ... Mickey Kostmayer

Stanley Tucci ... Assemblyman Phillip Wingate

Laila Robins ... Cindy Claussen
Maureen Anderman ... Pete O'Phelan
Irving Metzman ... Sterno
Yvonne Bryceland
Larry Keith

E.G. Marshall ... Senator Virgil Thomas Blake

Jay Patterson ... Jay Trescott
Isabell O'Connor ... Nurse Dubow (as Isabell Monk)
Gale Mayron ... Paula

Wendell Pierce ... Dr. Wolff

Freda Foh Shen ... Leslie
John Hickey ... Todd

Timothy Davis-Reed ... Fencer (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 2: Sea of Fire

2 November 1988
When some students at an inner city school, get the blessing of a criminal to do whatever they want there. They start by assaulting one of the female students. When one of the students informs the principal what is happening to the girl, she then calls McCall for help. The student who told her about the assault is stabbed. McCall starts by being a new teacher and he takes the students who assaulted the girl to an autopsy and then has a man whom he knows "died" talk about what happened to him during his near-"death".

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Keith Szarabajka ... Mickey Kostmayer
Seret Scott ... Elena Rodriguez

Keith David ... Cristo
Chad Redding ... Sgt. Alice Shepard

Reginald VelJohnson ... Arthur Williams

David Strathairn ... Phillip Borchek
Tito Núñez ... Goat (as Tito Nunez)
Lucy Vargas ... Alicia
Harsh Nayyar ... Medical Examiner

Socorro Santiago ... Mrs. Sanchez
Jose Ynoa ... Eduardo
Sixto Ramos ... Cruz

Karina Arroyave ... Girl #1

Derrick Simmons ... Ice (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 3: Riding the Elephant

9 November 1988

Season 4, Episode 4: Eighteen with a Bullet

16 November 1988


Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Keith Szarabajka ... Mickey Kostmayer

Bruce Payne ... Greg Rivers

Colleen Fitzpatrick ... Beverly Heat (as Colleen Ann Fitzpatrick)
Amy Morton ... Gina Rox

Caroline Lagerfelt ... Evelyn

Terrence Mann ... Graham
Ken Ober ... DJ
Miles Marek ... Mixer
Alex Murphy ... Lip-Sync Man

Season 4, Episode 5: The Day of the Covenant

7 December 1988

Season 4, Episode 6: Splinters

14 December 1988


Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Keith Szarabajka ... Mickey Kostmayer
Richard Bright ... Gropman
Tom Klunis ... Parmelee

Kevin Conway ... John Allenwaite

Robert Lansing ... Control

Tracy Kolis ... Serena

Christopher Meloni ... Team Leader

David Lansbury ... Team Member #2

David Brisbin ... Assistant
Michael Rudko ... Technician

Season 4, Episode 7: The Making of a Martyr

11 January 1989


Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Keith Szarabajka ... Mickey Kostmayer

Tom Noonan ... Brandon Thorton

Barbara Williams ... Sylvia Thorton
Chad Redding ... Sgt. Alice Shepard
William Converse-Roberts ... John Kelly

Sally Jessy Raphael ... Herself
Stephen James ... Harcourt

Bobby Rivers ... Chris Perley
Harry O'Reilly ... Policeman

Bruce Kirkpatrick ... Stage Manager
A.L. Sheppard ... Forensic Detective (as Al Sheppard)

Season 4, Episode 8: The Sins of Our Fathers

18 January 1989


Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Keith Szarabajka ... Mickey Kostmayer

J. Smith-Cameron ... Natalie Santelli
Al Shannon ... Carlo Santelli
Randy Danson ... Sarah
Tom Signorelli ... Dio
Yvonne Wilder ... Lettie

Austin Pendleton ... Jonah

Joe Morton ... Carter Brock
Jordan Gochros ... Carlo Jr.
Elisabeth Ruiz ... Estrella (as Elizabeth Ruiz Clemens)
Michael Sergio ... Disimone
John Di Benedetto ... Blanda

Season 4, Episode 9: The Visitation

1 February 1989


Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Keith Szarabajka ... Mickey Kostmayer

Jenny Agutter ... Lauren Demeter

James Tolkan ... Ruger

Leonardo Cimino ... Doctor Molinari
Martin Shakar ... Harriman

Eddie Jones ... Lt. Brannigan

Joseph Ragno

Randle Mell ... Tillerman

Mike Starr ... Garrick
Harsh Nayyar ... Medical Examiner
Bob Burke ... Carpenter (as Robert Burke)
Mel Gorham ... Mother

Season 4, Episode 10: Past Imperfect

15 February 1989


Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Keith Szarabajka ... Mickey Kostmayer
Katherine Cortez ... Cecilia Romero

Mark Margolis ... Jimmy

Eddie Jones ... Lt. Brannigan
Brad Sullivan ... Luther Munson
Rudolph Willrich ... Elliott Jarvis
Jose Edwin Soto ... Thomas Quintero

Hector Elizondo ... Ray Quintero

Robert Lansing ... Control
Kenneth McGregor ... Corman (as Kenneth J. McGregor)
Anthony Powers ... Garfield
Frank Adonis ... Chauffeur
Joe Perce ... Lance

Peter Mackenzie ... 1st Man
Marc Epstein ... Reporter
Al Carmines ... Priest

Season 4, Episode 11: Trial by Ordeal

1 March 1989
McCall is brought to testify before a committee. When he demands to know what is going he learns that Control is being charged with all sorts of infractions and if found guilty will be executed. So McCall offers to be his advocate.

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Keith Szarabajka ... Mickey Kostmayer

Sylvia Sidney ... Judge

Roy Dotrice ... Charlie McGuinness

Robert Lansing ... Control
Jerome Dempsey ... Senator Claremont
Kaiulani Lee ... Ms. Watson
Sully Boyar ... Judge Maurice Sanderling
Virginia Sandifur ... Mara Baker
Robert Trumbull ... Hodges
Joe Gioco ... Stephens (uncredited)

Jay Natelle ... Juror (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 12: Silent Fury

8 March 1989
McCall tries to help a young woman who is one of the victims of a series of robberies directed against the deaf community. However, due to the fact that she seeks help from someone who can hear, she faces a great deal of hostility from her deaf boyfriend, as well as some of her peers.

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Keith Szarabajka ... Mickey Kostmayer
Howie Seago ... Ron

Jon Polito ... David Pfieffer

Paul McCrane ... Crocker

Eddie Jones ... Lt. Brannigan

Mark Boone Junior ... Hall

Cynthia Nixon ... Jackie
Jeff Weiss ... Fineberg
Bari K. Willerford ... Priest (as Bari Willerford)
Beth Ann Bull ... Francine
Peggy O'Gorman Hlibok ... Valerie

Season 4, Episode 13: Lullaby of Darkness

30 March 1989
A psychopathic stockbroker, Joseph Morrison, is a habitual wife- and child-abuser who ruthlessly beats & humiliates his family. Because of his money & influence, he is able to avoid accountability for his actions. One night a neighbor in his apartment complex hears him attack his family, and she calls in The Equalizer. Morrison, however, hits McCall with a restraint order, and files a malicious lawsuit against his neighbor in retaliation for reporting him. McCall strikes back, however, by obtaining a video of Mr. Morrison's child giving grim details of physical abuse at her father's hands. Grim details emerge when McCall discovers that Morrison's doctor was accepting bribes to protect Morrison from prosecution. McCall & Kostmayer set a trap for this sociopath, which will catch him in the act of committing the crime...

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Keith Szarabajka ... Mickey Kostmayer
Mary-Joan Negro ... Rebecca Morrison
Ellen Hamilton Latzen ... Mindy Morrison
Chad Redding ... Sgt. Alice Shepard
Jacqueline Brookes ... Dr. Grayson
Robert Modica ... The Sorcerer (as Robert X. Modica)
Vivian Nathan ... Neighbor
Gwyllum Evans

Stephen Lang ... Joseph Morrison
Kate Dezina ... Dream Mother
A.L. Sheppard ... Detective Kelly (as Al Sheppard)

Season 4, Episode 14: 17 Zebra

6 April 1989
A highly decorated NYC Paramedic, Gideon(William Atherton), is on an "angel of death" killing campaign targeting homeless winos. No one suspects a thing as he drugs them and it appears they die from heart attacks. A Skid row mission worker becomes aware that someone is doing this as his latest victim, though certified dead from a heart attack, was known to him to be in perfect health. He calls in McCall to find out who it is and stop them. It turns out there is more to Gideon's murder episodes than meets the eye as it becomes clear he suffers from an advanced state of Combat fatigue after 20 years of service.

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Keith Szarabajka ... Mickey Kostmayer (credit only)

Joe Seneca ... Fossil
Cordelia González ... Friedman (as Cordelia Gonzalez)

Robert Joy ... Jacob Stock

Leonardo Cimino ... Doctor Molinari

William Atherton ... Gideon

P.J. Brown ... Lenny

Stephen Payne ... Lucky

Socorro Santiago ... Mother
Billie Neal ... Dispatcher

Steve Rankin ... Policeman #2
Diane Lozada ... Little Girl
Lawrence Clayton ... Policeman #1
Louis Cantarini ... Lieutenant
Raymond Moy ... Superintendent

Season 4, Episode 15: Starfire

13 April 1989
A strange reclusive man(Michael Moriarity) calling himself "Seti" and claiming to be an alien from outer space has befriended a young girl, Amber. this episode by telling her he is being followed by other aliens bent on killing him. He shows her a strange futuristic device and has her promise to keep it hidden and safe after his imminent death. Amber contacts McCall whom, touched by her compassionate sincerity, discovers that "Seti" is actually a highly respected top secret aerospace engineer, and that he is being targeted by no less than Company assassins. Events become more complex as it is revealed that Seti/Wayne has information crucial to a secret government and industrial cover up as well.

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Keith Szarabajka ... Mickey Kostmayer

George Plimpton ... Clinton Brandauer

Angela Goethals ... Amber Sweeny

Wendell Pierce ... Dr. Wolff
Deborah Hedwall ... Claire Sweeny

Michael Moriarty ... Wayne 'Seti' Virgil
Bryan Michael McGuire ... Crandell
Alan Brooks ... Snider

Richard Hughes ... Board Member #1 (as Richard Michael Hughes)
Joyce Aaron ... Secretary
Mark Amitin ... Audience Member #2 (as Mark Hall Amitin)
Kenneth Solarino ... Jeremy (as Ken Solarino)

Season 4, Episode 16: Time Present, Time Past

20 April 1989

Season 4, Episode 17: Prisoners of Conscience

27 April 1989
Robert tries to save a man who has been kidnapped by the man who killed his father.

Season 4, Episode 18: The Caper

4 May 1989


Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Keith Szarabajka ... Mickey Kostmayer (credit only)

Laura San Giacomo ... Trudy Collins
Richard Hamilton ... Frank
Chad Redding ... Sgt. Alice Shepard

Alberta Watson ... Taffy Gould

Michael Wincott ... Jarrow

Maureen Stapleton ... Emmy Rutherford
Lewis J. Stadlen ... Danny

Zach Grenier ... Kenny Pack
Max ... Washer
A.L. Sheppard ... Detective Kelly (as Al Sheppard)

Season 4, Episode 19: Heart of Justice

11 May 1989
In a New York City courtroom, a pair of sociopathic rapists are released after their sleazy lawyer points out a technicality in their arrest & discovery of evidence that pointed exclusively to them. These low-lifes, Tony Santiago & Max Gorman, had savagely raped a pregnant woman and beat her with a steel pipe to prevent her from testifying against them. The attack left her brain-dead and on machines. Not long after their release, the woman's sister discovers her brother-in-law carrying a .38, and calls The Equalizer for help. When the husband confronts Santiago, he levels his gun, but before he can shoot, another shot comes from elsewhere and Santiago falls, dead. Police trail the woman's sister and arrest the husband for murder. McCall, however, believes the husband is innocent, and soon he finds a disturbing pattern in 7 different unsolved murders involving ex-cons. Each one of the 7 had been killed after he had been arrested for a violent crime - and each had been released by the courts on legal technicalities! McCall soon finds out it is the work of 1 man, whose family was murdered by a pair of drug addicts who were set free by the courts, and were then hunted down & killed. Now McCall must link this man to the death of Tony Santiago before the woman's husband finds himself on trial for that murder...

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Keith Szarabajka ... Mickey Kostmayer
John Shepherd ... Michael Gianelli

Paul Guilfoyle ... Max Gorman

Joseph Hindy ... Victor Koslo
Margaret Klenck ... Laura

Eddie Jones ... Lt. Brannigan

Robert Joy ... Jacob Stock

Philip Bosco ... Oscar

Roberta Maxwell

Vincent Gallo ... Tony Santiago

Judith Malina ... Old Woman
Robert MacLeod Smith ... Priest
Patty Mullen ... Teresa
Mike Jankowitz ... Prosecutor
Joe Gioco ... Assassin (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 20: Race Traitors

25 May 1989
A black family who moves into a white neighborhood is being terrorized by some white supremacists. So they turn to McCall for help who brings in Kostmayer and Stock to help. But things are a little difficult for Kostmayer cause the neighborhood where the family moved into is where he grew up. And he learns that a boy he knows is with the white supremacists.

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Keith Szarabajka ... Mickey Kostmayer

Laurence Fishburne ... Casey Taylor

David Andrews ... Dale Stevens

Verna Bloom ... Ellen
Aleta Mitchell ... Martha Taylor

Robert Joy ... Jacob Stock

Caroline Kava
Bruce Hubbard
Spartan McClure ... Alex

Morgan H. Margolis ... Chuck
Sheila Stainback ... Newscaster
John Cale ... Aryan Leader
Philip Levy ... First Costumer
Peter Morse ... Third Costumer

Michael Cerveris ... Nick Kaminsky
Steve Baker ... Skinhead (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 21: Endgame

10 August 1989
When a woman who was playing paint-ball kills someone because someone tampered with her gun, she is arrested and calls McCall. Her sister, a lawyer, wants to help her but she refuses. McCall looks into her background and discovers some interesting things.

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Keith Szarabajka ... Mickey Kostmayer

Elizabeth Berridge ... Susan Wilhite
Amy Morton ... Linda Wilhite
Chad Redding ... Sgt. Alice Shepard
Lewis Van Bergen ... Stuart Dodd
Martin Shakar ... Detective

Josef Sommer ... Ernest Rasher
Philip Kraus ... Arnold

Nick Bakay ... Yellow Team Member
A.L. Sheppard ... Detective Kelly (as Al Sheppard)

Season 4, Episode 22: Suicide Squad

24 August 1989


Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Keith Szarabajka ... Mickey Kostmayer

Ving Rhames ... Luther 'Million' Paxton
Adam Coleman Howard ... Willie Halsey
Robert Swan ... Joe Halsey

David Harris ... Hammer

Joe Morton ... Carter Brock
Alyson Kirk ... Mary Lou Halsey
Regina Baff ... Kitty Halsey

Leo Burmester
Christopher Cunningham Jr. ... Mike

Dan Moran ... Pete

Alfred Cerullo ... Jock (uncredited)

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