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Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 | 19 | 20
Year: 1990 | 1991 | 1992 | 1993 | 1994 | 1995 | 1996 | 1997 | 1998 | 1999 | 2000 | 2001 | 2002 | 2003 | 2004 | 2005 | 2006 | 2007 | 2008 | 2009 | 2010


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Prescription for Death

13 September 1990
Greevey and Logan discover that a hospital is covering up an emergency room physician's mistake which results in a patient's death. They later find out that the doctor may have also been drunk at the time.

George Dzundza ... Sergeant Max Greevey

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff
Paul Sparer ... Dr. Edward Auster

John Spencer ... Howard Morton

Ron Rifkin ... Phillip Nevins

Erick Avari ... Dr. 'Ekballa' Raza
Alvin Epstein ... Dr. Chester
Maryann Urbano ... Dr. Jean Mills
Bruce McCarty ... Dr. Stephen Simonson

Ed Setrakian ... Hoffman
W.T. Martin ... Dr. Lignell

Daniel Benzali ... Medical Examiner
Frederica Meister ... Mrs. Melanie Stivic

Annie Corley ... Stewart

Rocky Carroll ... Dr. Davids
William Roerick ... Dr. Robert Abraham
Russell Horton ... Markham Markowitz
Tom Kubiak ... Dr. Rasmussen

Harry S. Murphy ... Don
Maeve McGuire ... Dr. Walters
Stephanie J. Gordon ... Nurse (as Stephanie Gordon)
Kate Wilkinson ... Gray-Haired Lady

Shona Tucker ... Records Clerk

Nick Damici ... Officer Dubuque
Leslie Goldman ... Trial Judge Benjamin Harcourt
Chaz McCormack ... McInerny

Lee Tergesen ... Clemens
Joan Kaye ... Nurse
Sean Whitesell ... Intern
Lewis Musser ... Crime Scene Photographer
Avis McCarther ... Secretary (uncredited)

Derrick Simmons ... Stabber (uncredited)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Subterranean Homeboy Blues

20 September 1990
A woman claims she shot two punks on a subway car in self-defense, but investigators and prosecutors are not sure that they believe her.

George Dzundza ... Sergeant Max Greevey

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff

Cynthia Nixon ... Laura Di Biasi
Sam Gray ... Judge Manuel Leon
Akili Prince ... Darnell 'Chenault'

Lorraine Toussaint ... Shambala Green

Phyllis Somerville ... Ms.Maltese
Alexandra Gersten ... Abby Diamond

Tonya Pinkins ... Woman
Barbara Caruso ... Mrs. Hastings
Dwayne McClary ... Michael Jones
Wanda Richert ... Aimee

José Ramón Rosario ... Administrator (as Jose Ramon Rosario)
Dan Desmond ... Reporter
Shirl Bernheim ... Landlady
Cynthia Belgrave ... Librarian
David E. Weinberg ... Policeman #1
Kevin Eshelman ... Policeman #2
Mark Werheim ... Stevenson
Stephanie Berry ... Nurse
Tim Kelleher ... Intern
Mimi Weddell ... Baglady
Gerald M. Kline ... Paramedic
Phil Parolisi ... Orderly
Cedric Turner ... Transit Policeman
Damon Pooser ... Angel #1

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: The Reaper's Helper

4 October 1990
A gay man with AIDS is accused of murdering another gay man. However, he claims that the victim also had AIDS, and that it was a mercy killing.

George Dzundza ... Sergeant Max Greevey

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff

Peter Frechette ... John 'Jack' R. Curry
Tom Signorelli ... Anthony Holland
Barbara Andres ... Patricia Holland

Jesse Corti ... Angel Suarez
Charlotte Moore ... Julia DeBakey
Neal Benari ... Mr. Gordon (as Neal Ben-Ari)

Richard Steinmetz ... Terry Roland
Millie Tirelli ... Lois Rivera

Steven Gilborn ... Trial Judge Marton

Francis Guinan ... Jed Coles
Susan Knight ... Allison McGill

Suzanne Shepherd ... Arraignment Judge

Jack Laufer ... Wellman
Frank Girardeau ... Massacio

John Fiore ... Detective Tony Profaci

Thomas Mikal Ford ... Harry Pincher (as Tommy A. Ford)

Jack Merrill ... Hurley (as Merrill Holtzman)

Josh Pais ... Cioran

Roger Rignack ... Irate Man
Matthew Locricchio ... Court Officer
Olinda Turturro ... Jury Forewoman

Christopher Rubin ... Reporter
Daniel Kenney ... Bradley

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: Kiss the Girls and Make Them Die

11 October 1990
A young woman is sexually assaulted and eventually dies from her injuries. However, the only suspect is a charming, handsome businessman with a fiancée from a powerful New York family.

George Dzundza ... Sergeant Max Greevey

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff

Thomas Calabro ... Ned Loomis

Dennis Boutsikaris ... Dick Berkley

Marita Geraghty ... Rebecca Byrne

Haviland Morris ... Polly Norris

Priscilla Lopez ... Sally Packard
Jacqueline Brookes ... Judge Grace Larkin

Troy Ruptash ... Steve Feinstein
Sarah Fleming ... Libby

Lori Alan ... Martha
Nandrea Lin ... Elise Brody (as Nandrea Lin-Courts)

Matthew Penn ... Alex Brody
Janet Zarish ... Phipps
David Cromwell ... Jesse
David Edward Jones ... Belknap

Adam LeFevre ... Bartender

Kellie Overbey ... Cheryl
Baxter Harris ... Mr. Bartlett
Lolita Lesheim ... Carol

Anthony Fusco ... Epstein

James Murtaugh ... Christianson
Colleen Quinn ... Linda
Stephen De Fluiter ... Cioran (as Stephen deFluiter)
Jack Ryland ... Arraignment Judge
John Battle ... Policeman #1
Matt Tomasino ... Policeman #2
Marcell Rosenblatt ... Louise
Jed Krascella ... Yuppie Man

Melinda Wade ... Yuppie Woman
Rodolfo Díaz ... Jury Foreman (as Rodolfo Diaz)

Mark Taormino ... Lawyer (uncredited)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: Happily Ever After

23 October 1990
A family man is shot to death inside a parking garage. Police soon discover the crime was not a random act of violence. Stone tries to get one of the suspects to testify against the other.

George Dzundza ... Sergeant Max Greevey

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff

Roxanne Hart ... Janet Ralston

Bob Gunton ... Gil Himes
Barton Heyman ... Victor Norris
Kelly Neal ... Willie Tivnan
Meg Mundy ... Helen Ralston

Chip Zien
Caris Corfman ... Elizabeth Strickland

Richard Poe ... Forensic Scientist

Philip Bosco ... Gordon Schell
Doris Belack ... Judge Margaret Barry
Joyce Reehling ... Ellen Kirst

Faith Prince ... Tracy Stark
David Little ... Milton Luck

Mary Elaine Monti ... Dorothy Luck

Vanessa Williams ... Vera

Aida Turturro ... Carmen
Joseph Palmas ... Liu

Joe Lisi ... Morrell
Nancy Fichman ... Magnani
Edward Seamon ... Conrad

Steven Gilborn ... Judge Marton

David Brisbin ... Dr. Bennett
Linda Atkinson ... Vitello

F.X. Vitolo ... Fenton - Plainclothes Officer
Louis Cantarini ... Guard
Gregory Chase ... Alan Ralston

Chester A. Sims II ... Jury Foreman (as Chester A. Sims)

Gilbert Cruz ... Paramedic

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: Everybody's Favorite Bagman

30 October 1990
The assault of a city councilman uncovers a scandal involving organized crime, elected city officials, and a deputy police commissioner.

George Dzundza ... Sergeant Max Greevey

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff (credit only)

Roy Thinnes ... D.A. Alfred Wentworth

Trey Wilson ... Eddie Cosmatos

Paul Guilfoyle ... Anthony Scalisi
Dick Latessa ... Conti
Michael Wikes ... Lasco

Marcia Jean Kurtz ... Alice Halsey

Debra Stricklin ... Alicia Heslin
Ron Foster ... William Jefferson

William H. Macy ... Assistant U.S. Attorney John McCormack (as W.H. Macy)
Leo O'Brien ... Tremaine Lewis

Ronald Guttman ... Farber

Stuart Burney ... Wentzel
Sully Boyar ... Swersky
David Chandler ... Dr. Goldberg

Mark Boone Junior ... Garage Manager
Anthony Means ... Simonize Jackson (as Anthony K. Means)
Audrey Matson ... Maggie, NYPD Cop
Stephen Pearlman ... Rosen
Marc Plastrik ... Paramedic (uncredited)

Mike Starr ... Truck Driver (uncredited)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 7: By Hooker, by Crook

13 November 1990
A murder investigation leads detectives to a madam accused of running a prostitution ring disguised as a catering service.

George Dzundza ... Sergeant Max Greevey

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen (credit only)

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff

Patricia Clarkson ... Laura Winthrop

Jenny Robertson ... Jolene Curtis
Bernard Barrow ... Mr. Hamilton (as Bernie Barrow)
Addison Powell ... Roger Auclair
Kelle Kerr ... Jasmine
Robert LuPone ... Kurtz
Brian Smiar ... Arraignment Judge Harper
Paul Austin ... Stanko
Steven Marcus ... Sheets
Thomas Anderson ... Emile Lucy
Bernice Massi ... Mrs. Diamond
Martin Shakar ... Doctor

Christine Dunford ... Reporter

Lillias White ... Streetwalker

Byron Utley ... Cookie Molina

Dana Reeve ... Camilla (as Dana Morosini)
Joe Pentangelo ... Macaulay
Yvette Edelhart ... Sadie
Beth Hirsch ... Elisabeth Roth

Kathryn Meisle ... Catherine Moody
Carol Goodheart ... Juror
Ralph Buckley ... Bailiff
Sandra Beall ... Jogger
Terry Burstein ... Medical Examiner

Gregory Burke ... Birthday Boy
Leslie Goldman ... Trial Judge Harcourt
Nick Muglia ... Trevelyan
Prianga Pieris ... Lakshmi

Courtney B. Vance ... Mayor's Assistant (uncredited)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 8: Poison Ivy

20 November 1990
A police officer is accused of planting a gun on an unarmed African-American youth that he shot. The victim was beloved in his community, but the investigation reveals that he may have also been a drug dealer.

George Dzundza ... Sergeant Max Greevey

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff

John Finn ... Freddo Parisi

Al Freeman Jr. ... Reverend Thayer

Erika Alexander ... Doris Carver

Jack Gwaltney ... Officer Davis

Stuart Burney ... Parisi's Attorney
Richard Habersham ... Abel Richardson

John Capodice ... Store Owner

Erik King ... Dorian 'Silky' Ford
Gregg Almquist ... Internal Affairs Lt. Gowdy

Saundra McClain ... Mrs. Richardson
Christopher Wynkoop ... Corey

Jake Weber ... Wesley Parker
Graciela Lecube ... Mrs. Rodriguez

Barry Del Sherman ... William Harriman Jr. (as Barry Sherman)

Josh Pais ... Assistant M.E. Borak

Daryl Edwards ... Richard

Dayton Callie ... Monaghan
David Sharp ... Hurley
Larry Weber ... Judge Sirkin (as Lawrence Weber)

John Fiore ... Detective Tony Profaci
Joe Pentangelo ... Sergeant
Minnie Gentry ... Bernice
Martha Guilarte ... Adela
Karen Myrie ... Claudia

Shirley Rumierk ... Cissy

Damien Leake ... Guard

Dan Moran ... Policeman #2
Michele Wagner ... Laurie
David E. Weinberg ... Policeman #1
Howard Wesson ... Baker

Juney Smith ... Newsreporter

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 9: Indifference

27 November 1990
A child's collapse in school from mortal injuries leads to an investigation that uncovers a family steeped in horrific abuse.

Season 1, Episode 10: Prisoner of Love

4 December 1990
The investigation into the death of a controversial artist reveals that he was involved in twisted sex games with two powerful figures.

George Dzundza ... Sergeant Max Greevey

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff

Frances Conroy ... Elizabeth Hendrick
Larry Keith ... Henry Rothman

Amy Aquino ... Erica Stohlmeyer
Marjorie Monaghan ... Cathy
Fran Brill ... Sondra More

Don McManus ... Jordan (as Don R. McManus)
Sam Schacht ... Hurley

Jay Patterson ... Hoexter

Anthony Crivello ... Celine
Sidney Armus ... Judge Fadenhecht
Eyde Byrde ... Johnson (as Edye Byrde)

Valerie Kingston ... Anita Swenson
Marjorie Lovett ... Dr. Gray
Richard Seff ... Hoffer

Brad Greenquist ... Bartender
Ted Marcoux ... Brian
Stephen De Fluiter ... Cioran (as Stephen DeFluiter)
Harry O'Reilly ... McCarry

Antone Pagan ... Police Officer Ubillez
Wayne Maugans ... Gary Pardee
Jack Ryland ... Arraingement Judge M. Kleinman
Cecelia Wilde ... Sintra More (as Cecilia Wilde)
Rudy Hornish ... Hendrick's Lawyer
Marc Plastrik ... Investigator

Denise Nicholas ... Mrs. Victor More (uncredited)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 11: Out of the Half-Light

11 December 1990
A young black girl claims to have been raped by white police officers. Police and Prosecutors struggle to get the truth after an ambitious black congressman claims the investigation is a racially-motivated cover-up.

George Dzundza ... Sergeant Max Greevey

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff

J.A. Preston ... Congressman Ronald Eaton
Billie Neal ... Angela Wilkes

Frankie Faison ... Lester Crawford (as Frankie R. Faison)
Sandra Reaves-Phillips ... Mrs. Thelma Crawford

Novella Nelson ... Judge Gloria Crutcher

Charles Weldon ... Westbrook
Graham Brown ... Minister
Kisha Miller ... Astrea Crawford
Kelly Cinnante ... Policewoman

Ruben Santiago-Hudson ... Mr. Gaines

Harold Perrineau ... Jordan Hill (as Harold Perrineau Jr.)
Verna Hampton ... Mrs. Evans

Tichina Arnold ... Leona

Adina Porter ... Woman Neighbor
Murray Rubinstein ... Resident

John Fiore ... Detective Tony Profaci

David L. King ... Reporter
Elizabeth Swackhamer ... Reporter #1

Juney Smith ... Reporter #2
Rosanna Carter ... Mrs. Jackson

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 12: Life Choice

8 January 1991
After an anti-abortion protester is killed in an abortion center bombing, detectives search for all of her potential co-conspirators.

George Dzundza ... Sergeant Max Greevey

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff

Caroline Kava ... Rose Schwimmer
Paul Hecht ... Ballard
Pat McNamara ... Molloy

Clark Gregg ... Patrick Dunne

Jaime Tirelli ... CSU Rivera
Bridgit Ryan ... Celeste McClure
Paul Butler ... Judge Tyler B. Ashford

Kevin Cooney ... Geoffrey Donovan
Laurie Kennedy ... Barbara Donovan

Kevin O'Rourke ... Kevin Donovan
Johann Carlo ... Colman
Jonathan Hogan ... Corcoran

LaTanya Richardson ... Lorraine
Sully Boyar ... Judge Harvey Sirkin
Jim Fyfe ... Cleary
Julie Halston ... Jane
Isa Thomas ... Gwen Matson
Rafael Ferrer ... Clerk
Steve Itkin ... O'Hare
Howard Spiegel ... Bernstein

Timothy Britten Parker ... Cioran
Larry Attile ... Foreman
Richard M. Davidson ... Court Clerk

Camryn Manheim ... Leila
Lynn Anderson ... Woman #1
Jane Sanders ... Woman #2

Lennie Loftin ... Fogarty
Frank Anderson ... Man #1

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 13: A Death in the Family

15 January 1991
A police officer is shot to death on a rooftop. Assistant D.A. Stone's investigation reveals that the officer may have been dirty.

George Dzundza ... Sergeant Max Greevey

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff

Wendy Makkena ... Officer Nicki Sandoval

David Margulies ... Simpson
Louis Guss ... Yost
Nan-Lyn Nelson ... Cassie (as Nan-Lynn Nelson)
Susan Batson ... Mavis
Thomas A. Carlin ... Sergeant Duff
Madison Arnold ... Bridges
Jerry Mayer ... Car Salesman
Ron Ryan ... Ross
Judson Camp ... Cistal
Leah Maddrie ... Officer Trent
Fracaswell Hyman ... Laneer
Ellis Williams ... Ray Bell
Sharon Ernster ... Doris Rennick
Jerome Preston Bates ... Brutus Walker
Jinsey Dauk ... Louisa Birken
Leo O'Brien ... Red
Beatrice Winde ... Miss Perry

Karina Arroyave ... Revina

John Fiore ... Detective Tony Profaci
Mordecai Lawner ... Leon Match
Ariane Brandt ... Policewoman
James Reno ... Rennick

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 14: The Violence of Summer

5 February 1991
Stone temporarily dismisses rape charges against three defendants because the victim's testimony has too many holes. Greevey and Logan's subsequent reinvestigation uncovers a possible fourth assailant.

George Dzundza ... Sergeant Max Greevey

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff

Megan Gallagher ... Monica Devries

Samuel L. Jackson ... Louis Taggert
Randy Danson ... Diane Manso
Sandy Baron ... Mike Lucia
Al Shannon ... Tim Pruiting

Gil Bellows ... Howard Metzler

Philip Seymour Hoffman ... Steven Hanauer (as Philip Hoffman)

Kenny Johnston ... Ryan Cutrona (as Ken Johnston)
Mike Hodge ... Judge
David Green ... Dr. Kornfeld
Robert Heller ... Silva

Philip Hoffman ... Hypnotherapist (as Phil Hoffman)
Marie Barrientos ... Mimi Varella
Jean Taylor ... Mrs. Hollis
Phil Stein ... Technician

James Pyduck ... Bailiff

David Boston ... Detective (uncredited)
Francesca Casale ... (uncredited)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 15: The Torrents of Greed: Part 1

12 February 1991
Stone makes a deal with a group of low-level mobsters when they offer to testify that a crime boss murdered a missing union leader. However, the prosecution's case unravels at trial, causing all parties involved to walk.

George Dzundza ... Sergeant Max Greevey

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff

Bruce Altman ... Harv Beigal

Christine Baranski ... Katherine Masucci Beigel
Charles Cioffi ... Frank Masucci
Robert Fields ... Mario Zalta
Steven Keats ... George Zuckert

Stephen McHattie ... Joe Pilefsky
Lee Richardson ... Mike Le Claire
Ronald Hunter
Phillip R. Allen (as Philip R. Allen)
Hy Anzell ... Mr. Spivak

Anna Katarina ... Elena Skolnick
Doris Belack ... Judge Margaret Barry
Lynnie Greene ... Meg Hennessy (as Lyn Greene)
Jacques Sandulescu ... Isaac Skolnick
Christopher McCann ... Edgar Hoover

Janis Dardaris ... Mrs. Florence Mackey
Rick Zieff ... Dr. Cohen

Joe Lisi ... Mahoney
Dean Iandoli ... Finkle
Eric Payne ... Boswell

Luis Antonio Ramos ... Valdez (as Luis Ramos)
James Noah ... Arraignment Judge Barry J. Marton
Nancy Addison ... Reporter #1
Jim Gillis ... Reporter #2
Coco Barat ... Hotel Manager
Maria Ottavia ... Reporter (uncredited)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 16: The Torrents of Greed: Part 2

19 February 1991
After crime boss Frank Masucci's murder case gets thrown out, Stone turns up the heat on the witnesses who played him in order to find charges against Masucci that will stick.

Season 1, Episode 17: Mushrooms

26 February 1991
A twelve-year-boy is injured and his infant brother is killed by gunshots. The investigation reveals they were the accidental victims of a hit ordered by a drug dealer against a real estate broker.

George Dzundza ... Sergeant Max Greevey

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff
Brad Sullivan ... Joe Anson

Michael Mantell ... Edward Kay

S. Epatha Merkerson ... Denise Winters

Malachi Throne ... Judge Real

Tom Mardirosian ... Brian Doxsee
Victor Raider-Wexler ... Harold Morton

James McDaniel ... Michael Ingrams
Justin Cozier ... Franklin 'T-Ball' Howard
Terrance Telfair ... Dizz Williams

Merlin Santana ... Roneld Griggs

Eugene Byrd ... Tonel Otten
Rhetta Hughes ... Grandmother
Laurie Heineman ... Janice Kay

Regina Taylor ... Evelyn Griggs
Richard Ziman ... Alex Cassini
Merwin Goldsmith ... Trial Judge Gollub
Barbara Spiegel ... Arraignment Judge Harriet Doremus

Thomas Kopache ... Sam Drucker (as Tom Kopache)

David Fonteno ... Coach (as David Wolos-Fonteno)
Edwina Lewis ... Angela Otten
Alex Bess ... Gregory Winters
Helmar Augustus Cooper ... Herb Williams
Duane Allen ... Calvin (as Laduane Allen)
Michele Wagner ... Ballistics Technician (as Michele Ann Wagner)
Brian Williams ... Burnham
Donna Haley ... Reporter
Michael Saposnick ... Bailiff #1

James Pyduck ... Bailiff #2
Scott W. Cain ... Rapist Supsect #3 (uncredited)

Josh Pais ... Assistant Medical Examiner Borak (uncredited)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 18: The Secret Sharers

12 March 1991
Stone faces a Texas cowboy lawyer and a hostile community as he tries to prosecute a young man accused of murdering a drug dealer for raping the man's sister.

George Dzundza ... Sergeant Max Greevey

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff

J.D. Cannon ... Chet Burton

Paul Calderon ... Father Torres
Stephen Elliott ... Judge Neil Markham

Miriam Colon ... Mrs. Anna Rivers (as Miriam Colón)
Cordelia González ... Anita Urbano (as Cordelia Gonzalez)
Diane Kagan ... Judge Elaine Durren

Lorraine Toussaint ... Shambala Green
Sully Diaz ... Alicia Rivers
Enrique Munoz ... Nicky Guzman (as Enrique Muñoz)
Hazel Medina ... Nurse (as Hazel J. Medina)

Stephen Mendillo ... Harmon
Jack Hallett ... Morton
Saul Mamby ... Luis Cartagena (as Saoul Mamby)

Duke Stroud ... Hurley
Ron Faber ... Santmyer
Ray Gill ... Officer Binns
Anthony Ruiz ... Officer Lopez
Rafael Báez ... Nunez (as Rafael Baez)
Adriana Sananes ... Julie Reyes
Sixto Ramos ... Angel

Minerva Scelza ... Rosa
Hector Colicchio ... Jose Urbano

Paula Garcés ... Lucy Rivers (as Paula Garces)
Susan Browning ... Jury Forewoman
Brian Williams ... Assistant District Attorney Dickey
Sal Trapani ... Jail Guard
Frank Anderson ... Bailiff #1
Joseph Dobish ... Bailiff #2
Daniel Kenney ... Forensics Expert
Blas Hernandez ... Herrera
Giselle Liberatore ... Avilo

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 19: The Serpent's Tooth

19 March 1991
A businessman and his wife are killed. The couple's two sons emerge as the most likely suspects, but detectives later find business ties to the Russian mob.

George Dzundza ... Sergeant Max Greevey

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff

Frances Sternhagen ... Margaret Langdon

Stephen Mailer ... Greg Jarmon
Matt Hofherr ... Nick Jarmon
Lewis J. Stadlen ... Eli Schwab (as Lewis Stadlen)

Olek Krupa ... Sasha Osinski
George Morfogen ... Dwight Anderson

Lee Wilkof ... Jack Epstein
Norman Rose ... Edmonds

Jonathan Hadary ... Alex Petrovich

Elaine Bromka ... Secretary
Bernie McInerney ... Judge Michael Callahan
Don Peoples ... Hecht
John Christy Ewing ... Dean

Ted Sorel ... Doctor
Robert Riesel ... Zarovic
John Henry Kurtz ... Pelletier

Mary Barbara Alexander ... Ruta

John Fiore ... Detective Tony Profaci

Duke Stroud ... Technician
Johnny Dapolito ... Palone

Alberto Vazquez ... Block (as Alberto Vasquez)

Anthony Alessandro ... Carpetman
Richard M. Ticktin ... Judge Rosenblum
Edward D. Murphy ... Foreman

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 20: The Troubles

26 March 1991
Detectives and prosecutors face resistance from federal authorities as they pursue murder charges against an suspected IRA member serving time in federal prison, after he is suspected of killing another federal prisoner.

George Dzundza ... Sergeant Max Greevey

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff

Anthony Heald ... Ian O'Connell

Donal Donnelly ... Daniel Mallahan

Paxton Whitehead ... Fenwick
Alan North ... Reilly
Robert Silver ... Axelrod
Bill Nelson ... Shelby
Betty Miller ... Mrs. Bridget McDiarmid

Kevin J. O'Connor ... Patrick McCarter
Michael Cullen ... Roberts

Ray Iannicelli ... Damato
James Canning ... Pringle

Harriet Sansom Harris ... Sheila
William Severs ... Judge Henry Fillmore
Paul-Felix Montez ... Savino Montez
Richard Russell Ramos ... Coroner

Gy Mirano ... Interpreter
Parvin Farhoody ... Mrs. Mustafa
Brandon Burke ... Old Man #2 (as Brendan Burke)
Mike Alpert ... Driver
John McLoughlin ... Court Clerk

Richard Goteri ... Policeman (uncredited)

Rawleigh Moreland ... Assistant District Attorney (uncredited)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 21: Sonata for Solo Organ

2 April 1991
Grevey and Logan discover that an apparent mugging victim found unconscious on a park bench has had his kidney removed. The case leads to a powerful man whose daughter desperately needed a transplant and the doctor who may have helped him.

George Dzundza ... Sergeant Max Greevey

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff
Paul Roebling ... Dr. James Reberty
Deborah Hedwall ... Ellen Hale

Dominic Chianese ... Dan Rubell
Bill Moor ... Bill Patton

Chuck Cooper ... Drew MacDaniel

Lonny Price ... Dr. Lieber

Randy Graff ... Dr. Martha Kershan
Tanya Berezin ... Judge Rosalyn Lenz

Fritz Weaver ... Philip Woodleigh
Fred J. Scollay ... Judge Pursley

Ralph Byers ... Judge Barsky

Ann Dowd ... Teresa Franz
Kayla Black ... Nurse Davis
Jennifer Van Dyck ... Joanna Woodleigh

Zach Grenier ... Lemish
Leslie Lyles ... Reberty's Ex-Wife
Kevin O'Morrison ... Judge Boyack

Peter McRobbie ... Manager
Roger Robinson ... Dr. Ames
Rose Arrick ... Mrs. Birnbaum
John MacKay ... Nevins

Olga Merediz ... Rosaria Mendez
Michael Cambridge ... Hospital Clerk (as Brian Burke)
Marcella Lowery ... Nurse
Jonathan Teague Cook ... Bum
Joe Pentangelo ... Curran
Nick Muglia ... Schull

Gareth Williams ... Technician (as Garreth Williams)
John Santamaria ... Bailiff

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 22: The Blue Wall

9 June 1991
Captain Cragen ends up in the cross-hairs of an internal investigation into evidence tampering, and the DA's office is forced to put him in a precarious situation to implicate the conspirators.

George Dzundza ... Sergeant Max Greevey

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff

Robert Lansing ... COO Peter O'Farrell
John Christopher Jones ... Dennis Shearer

Gerry Bamman ... Internal Affairs Lt. Kennedy

David Leary ... Mr. Quinn - attorney for Congressman Wilson
Don Billett ... Captain Cragen's Attorney (as Donald Billet)

Michael H. Ingram ... Mulvehill (as Michael Ingram)
William Andrews ... Al McCrory
Gregg Almquist ... Internal Affairs Lt. Gowdy
Robert Hirschfeld ... Saunders
John Newton ... Judge Eric Caffey
Pirie MacDonald ... Congressman William Wilson
George Guidall ... John Ryder

Michael Hirsch ... Donnelly
Dolores Sutton ... Bettyann Waller
Stephen Prutting ... Detective Cassidy
John Ramsey ... Judge Douglas Dowling
Dylan Price ... Sgt. Joey Buscalera
Catherine Wolf ... Judge Harris (as Katie Wolf)
Ellen Tobie ... Marge Cragen
Donna Haley ... Reporter #1
Keith Glover ... Reporter #2
Anthony DeRiso ... McCrory's Lawyer

Michael C. Mahon ... Policeman #1
Joel Leffert ... Policeman #2
Jerry Matz ... Jury Foreman
Stephaney Lloyd ... Jury Forewoman

John Doman ... Bailiff

Richard D'Alessandro ... Head of sing sing prison guard

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Confession

17 September 1991
Sgt. Greevey is murdered and an angry Det. Logan pressures a confession out of the killer. Prosecutors struggle to allow the confession to be used in court.

Season 2, Episode 2: The Wages of Love

24 September 1991
A woman claims she suffered from extreme emotional disturbance when she shot her ex-husband and his young lover in bed. Prosecutors believe her son can uncover the truth in the case.

Paul Sorvino ... Sergeant Phil Cerreta

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff

Shirley Knight ... Melanie Cullen

Geoffrey Nauffts ... Jamie Cullen

Joan Copeland ... Judge Rebecca Stein

David Lansbury ... Douglas Phillips
Benjamin Hendrickson ... Attorney for Douglas Phillips

Jerry Orbach ... Frank Lehrman
Howard Witt ... Gruen
William Bogert ... Jules Simon

Christina Haag ... Cecily Mills
Ben Hammer ... Judge Mooney
Barry Snider ... Mr. O'Malley
David Langston Smyrl ... George Warner (as David Smyrl)
Vince Viverito ... Gus
Christine Farrell ... Forensics Technician Arlene Shrier
Stanja Lowe ... Preston
Ray DeMattis ... Mr. Kolvino

Catherine Lloyd Burns ... Sheila Herlihy

Timothy Britten Parker ... Meade
Richard Litt ... Officer Rossi

Keith Diamond ... Officer Jackson

Ben Lin ... Chinese Manager

Stan Egi ... Chang

Judith Roberts ... Harriet Dutton

Robert Stanton ... Jed Knox
Colleen Cowan ... Sally Knox
Larry Green ... Juror Gillette
Helen Mitchell ... Juror Bogan
Gennaro 'Jerry' Giorgio ... Court Clerk (as Jerry Giorgio)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 3: Aria

1 October 1991
An aspiring actress dies from a drug overdose. Investigation reveals that her domineering mother may have driven her to suicide by forcing her to act in a pornographic film. The DA's office pursues murder charges against her.

Paul Sorvino ... Sergeant Phil Cerreta

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff

Tony Roberts ... Defense Attorney Lucas Pollard
Marilyn Rockafellow ... Elizabeth Blaine

Maura Tierney ... Patricia 'Patti' Blaine

Michael Countryman ... Dr. Joseph Stern

Tovah Feldshuh ... Danielle Melnick
Stephen D. Newman ... Dr. Seliger (as Stephen Newman)

Lisa Nicole Carson ... Jasmine

Maria Pitillo ... Angel Greer

Lewis Black ... Director Franklin Frome
Mary B. Ward ... Priscilla Blaine
Dylan Haggerty ... Roger Glenn
William Severs ... Judge Freitag
Catherine Wolf ... Judge Rosemary Hale
Mary Doyle ... Judge Dreiser

Lou Martini Jr. ... Melton

Frank Vincent ... J.Z.
Jay Goede ... Graham

Vince Cupone ... Larry (as Vinny Capone)
Ed Kovens ... Ed Zakaris
Schuyler Grant ... Callie

Vincent Curatola ... Court Clerk (as Vincent A. Curatola)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: Asylum

8 October 1991
After a homeless man is convicted of murder, his lawyer files an Fourth Amendment appeal claiming an illegal, unwarranted search of his personal property.

Paul Sorvino ... Sergeant Phil Cerreta

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff

Matthew Cowles ... Christian 'Lemonhead' Tatum

Ron McLarty ... Scoler
Elizabeth Lawrence ... Miss Elsie Hatch

Lycia Naff ... Mimi Sternhagen

Carolyn McCormick ... Dr. Elizabeth Olivet
Wendy Radford ... Miss Fahey

Michael Tolan ... Norman Ackerman
Bill Alton ... Judge Bernard O'Malley
Russell Garrett ... Sal Violet
Melissa Fraser Brown ... Miss Murdoch
Stuart Rudin ... James Polesky
Lex Monson ... Homeless Man #1

Jack Wallace ... Homeless Man #2

Tom Riis Farrell ... Homeless Man #3
Irving Metzman ... Judge Strozzek
Jane White ... Appellate Judge A. Green
William Mesnik ... Appellate Judge Leonard Rosenblum (as William Mesnick)
Graham Brown ... Appellate Judge Barry Marton
Ira Wheeler ... Appellate Judge #5
Dan Grimaldi ... Counterman
Mary Testa ... Dilbeck
Steven Randazzo ... Quinn

George T. Odom ... Attendant
Alexandra O'Karma ... Technician

Alex Draper ... Nathan Robbins (as Alexander Draper)
Tessell Williams ... Hotel Clerk
Sam Baum ... Law Clerk
Michael Cannis ... Reporter #1
Meg Anderson ... Reporter #2

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 5: God Bless the Child

22 October 1991
A couple denies medical attention to their dying daughter because of their religious convictions. Detectives discover that the they may have had doubts about their actions, so the D.A. charges them with endangering and manslaughter.

Paul Sorvino ... Sergeant Phil Cerreta

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff
Henderson Forsythe ... Lucius Carpenter

Marian Seldes ... Suzanne

James Noble ... Judge Nelson Kurland
Byron Jennings ... Ted Driscoll

Caroline Aaron ... Susan
Joyce Reehling ... Eleanor Harding
Kaiulani Lee ... Nancy Driscoll
Biff McGuire ... Reverend Morley

Kenneth Tigar ... Dr. Stanback

Socorro Santiago ... Cora Amado
Edwin Owens ... Chief Burke
Susan Blommaert ... Judge Rebecca Steinman

Peter Appel ... Baumann
Ted Neustadt ... Fisher
Aleta Mitchell ... Joanne Preston

Steve Boles ... Metcalf
Jose Ynoa ... Angel
Gonzalo Madurga ... Dr. Guzman
Beth McDonald ... Adele Tompkins
Keith Randolph Smith ... Madison (as Keith R. Smith)
Danny Dennis ... Al Webber
Sophie Maletsky ... Elaine

Dan Moran ... Giordano
Mike Sheehan ... Burton (as Mike G. Sheehan)
John Bentley ... Mike Carney
Bob Gerardi ... Bailiff
Tom Paliferro ... Joe Nicholas

Michelle Trachtenberg ... Dinah Driscoll (uncredited)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 6: Misconception

29 October 1991
A young pregnant woman is found beaten and has a miscarriage, Cerreta and Logan are soon led to the lawyer she was working for, who may or may not have been involved in the attack.

Paul Sorvino ... Sergeant Phil Cerreta

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff

Molly Price ... Amy Newhouse

Reed Diamond ... Christopher Baylor

Stanley Anderson ... Jerry Manley
Gordana Rashovich ... Miss Bayliss

Nicolas Surovy ... David Alcott
William Jay Marshall ... Judge Hollis Burton
Rosemary De Angelis ... Dr. Mishon (as Rosemary DeAngelis)
Shirley Stoler ... Charlie Maylen

Yancy Butler ... Beverly Kern
Pat Hodges ... Elaine Cowan (as Patricia Hodges)
Zina Jasper ... Judge June Appel
Len Gochman ... Judge Gillion
Jane Hoffman ... Mrs. Fisher

Neal Jones ... Ray
Ronnie Farer ... Mrs. Marty Alcott

Robert Levine ... Dr. Bernard Gluck
John Di Benedetto ... O'Malley (as John DiBenedetto)
Robert Katims ... Jacob Bloom

Kristine Nielsen ... Marcia Caine (as Kristine Nielson)
Rick Zieff ... Dr. Cohen
Joe Perce ... Schuman

James Georgiades ... Dosso

Rod McLachlan ... Paramedic (as Roderick McLachlan)
Sally Chamberlin ... Forewoman
Raye Dowell ... Secretary

Jay Spadaro ... Bailiff (as Jay Spidaro)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 7: In Memory Of

5 November 1991
Skeletal remains of a young boy missing for 30 years are found in an apartment building, and finding the killer may ride on Dr. Olivet's ability to uncover a possible witness' repressed memories of the incident.

Paul Sorvino ... Sergeant Phil Cerreta

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff
Mary-Joan Negro ... Julie Atkinson
Michael Higgins ... Thad Messimer

Rosemary Murphy ... Mrs. Catherine Messimer

Tresa Hughes ... Mrs. Doris Keegan
Richard Hamilton ... Ed Conover

Carolyn McCormick ... Dr. Elizabeth Olivet
Richard Venture ... Douglas Greer
Richard Kuss ... Sgt. Dominick McFadden
Mark Hammer ... Judge Randall Welch
Doug Stender ... Huston
Colin Fox ... Peter Martin (as Colin R. Fox)
John Braden ... Linford
Mitchell McGuire ... Carl Lawler
Hildy Brooks ... Jane Lawler

Adam LeFevre ... Joseph Kelly
Stan Lachow ... Elliot Woods

Tom Kemp ... Heller
Kevin O'Morrison ... Judge Spector
Anne O'Sullivan ... Dash
Larry Attile ... Anderson
Gwendolyn Shepherd ... Knox (as Gwen Shepherd)
Robinson Frank Adu ... Armstrong

James McCauley ... Reni
Marylouise Burke ... Estelle
W. Benson Terry ... Insley
Billy Van ... Detective
Paul Singer ... Bailiff

Jack Mungovan ... Officer Wheeler (uncredited)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 8: Out of Control

12 November 1991
A co-ed claims that two fraternity brothers raped her at a Halloween party, but finding the truth proves to be difficult when other members of the fraternity stonewall investigators and the woman's sexual history is revealed.

Paul Sorvino ... Sergeant Phil Cerreta

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff

Noelle Parker ... Andrea Fermi

Cynthia Harris ... Gifford

Carolyn McCormick ... Dr. Elizabeth Olivet

Brian Tarantina ... Corso

Geoff Pierson ... Lawyer

Joe Grifasi ... Ezra Gould

David Burke ... Gary Burnham
Danny Zorn ... Joel Holder

Mark Kiely ... Ted Campion

Isaiah Washington ... Derek Hardy
Barbara Beckley ... Freund
Patricia Mauceri ... Mrs. Fermi

Matthew Arkin ... Dr. Feldman
David Andrew Macdonald ... Mickey (as David MacDonald)

Welker White ... Barbara

Nestor Carbonell ... Stuart Carradine

Bellina Logan ... Gail Carradine
Brad Kane ... Buzz Collins
Greg Naughton ... Hollis
Jennie Ventriss ... Judge Amelia Paul
Star Jasper ... Betsy Rawls
Billie Allen ... Judge West

Jayce Bartok ... Chip Bennet

Todd Louiso ... Levine

Harry S. Murphy ... Strachon
Robert Poletick ... Hauser
Becky Borczon ... Forewoman
Michael Wadler ... Harmon
Chuck Margiotta ... O'Brien

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 9: Renunciation

19 November 1991
A high school student who was having affair with one of his teachers is accused of killing the teacher's husband. Did the woman use him and set him up, or was the boy obsessed and did he act on his own?

Paul Sorvino ... Sergeant Phil Cerreta

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff

Ashley Crow ... Mrs. Jenna Kealey
David Seaman ... Roy Pack Jr.
Victor Arnold ... David Kaufer
Dan Desmond ... Roy Pack, Sr.
Cheryl Giannini ... Janice Rydell
Jean De Baer ... Constance Pack (as Jean DeBaer)
Bernie McInerney ... Judge Michael Callahan

Sam Coppola ... Bartender (as Sam J. Coppola)
Laurinda Barrett ... Eve Branson
Herman O. Arbeit ... Harry Fine
Adrian Williams ... Mr. Carol Woodward
Clement Fowler ... Wesley Bryne

Robert LaSardo ... Garage Attendant

Stephen Singer ... Aaron Gerstein
Cullen O. Johnson ... Koomar
Ben Lang ... Irv Isaacson
Matthew Lewis ... Judge Eli Link

Donald Corren ... Carl Dibbs
Frank Biancamano ... Doorman
Lisa Beth Miller ... Trauner
John Ottavino ... Larry Kealey
Lisa Pickell ... Judge (uncredited)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 10: Heaven

26 November 1991
An arson at an Hispanic social club that killed 53 people is related to a powerful Cuban, an INS agent, and the sale of fake green cards.

Paul Sorvino ... Sergeant Phil Cerreta

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff
José Pérez ... Roberto Diaz
Lisa Emery ... Katrina Van Brocklen

Luis Guzmán ... Cesar Pescador
Victor Campos ... Domingo Guerra

Robert Hogan ... Patrick Monahan

Phyllis Somerville ... Kristen Cameron, Head Nurse

Tom Tammi ... James Collins
Gil Rogers ... Ireland
Raul Aranas ... Oscar Vergilio

Nelson Landrieu ... José Rivera
Kurt Knudson ... Judge Ari Waxman
Mateo Gómez ... Esperanza
Carlos Espina ... Cheuy Bodillo
Barbara Gonzalez ... Celia Montalbano
Miguel Sierra ... Guillermo Ruiz
Murphy Guyer ... Gallagher
Marta Vidal ... Annalisa Barragan

Donald Corren ... Ezra Stine
Theodora Castellanos ... Maid
Cookie Rufino ... Delgado
George Bass ... Superintendent

Kim Chan ... Restaurant Manager
Mark Werheim ... Fireman
Robert Vazac ... Uniform Policeman
Felipe Gorostiza ... Gilberto Acosta
Iraida Polanco ... Celia's Grandmother
Mel Gorham ... Woman #1

Anibal O. Lleras ... Man #1 (as Anibal Lleras)
Louis Perez ... 911 Caller

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 11: His Hour Upon the Stage

10 December 1991
The frozen body of a Broadway producer is found five years after his death. Stone suspects that a show investor and the producer's fiancée actress were involved, but time makes it more difficult to find a motive.

Paul Sorvino ... Sergeant Phil Cerreta

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff

Finn Carter ... Leslie Hart
Frank Converse ... Gary Wallace

John Cunningham ... Cobb

Alan Feinstein ... Elliot Ketcham

Alberta Watson ... Miss Hanley

Bruce MacVittie ... Gabe Hunt

Mike Starr ... Pollard

Dylan Baker ... Sean Hyland
Francine Beers ... Judge Janis Silver
Alan Mixon ... Healy

Tony Darrow ... Mario Forcelli
Marilyn Sokol ... Marilee Katz
Robert Sevra ... Herb McCann
David Cryer ... Judge Rowan

Walter Bobbie ... Peter Cummins
Larry Block ... Feldman

Timothy Britten Parker ... Borak
Renée Lippin ... Bernice Steinman
Ras Teska ... Rowley
Karen McLaughlin ... Ann Radley

William Hill ... Hopkins
Dick Seltzer ... Eisenstein
Mark Casella ... Pelletier (as Mark Cassella)
Peter Bucossi ... Wilson

John Fiore ... Detective Tony Profaci

Cliff Weissman ... Forrester

Ron Ostrow ... Whalen
Michael Rush ... Choreographer
Marc Plastrik ... Jury Foreman

Diana Brownstone ... Onstage Dancer (uncredited)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 12: Star Struck

7 January 1992
An obsessed fan is charged with the brutal beating of a soap opera actress. During the trial, he claims that a voice in his head told him to do it.

Paul Sorvino ... Sergeant Phil Cerreta

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff

Blanche Baker ... Lucy Neven

Stephen Joyce ... Jack Gaffney

Bradley White ... Jesse Unger
Jordan Charney ... Dr. Mandell

Carolyn McCormick ... Dr. Elizabeth Olivet
Lenka Peterson ... Olivia

Werner Klemperer ... William Unger

Cheryl Lynn Bruce ... Dr. Raphael
David Drake ... Voorman
Kimberley Pistone ... Sara
John Ramsey ... Judge Walter Schreiber
June Stein ... Munro

Currie Graham ... Mitchell Burkitt

Allison Janney ... Nora
Pippin Parker ... Kleinman
Adam Redfield ... Nichols
Eda Seasongood ... Helen Neven

Julie White ... Sandy
Jessica Weglein ... Amanda
James Colby ... Donahue
Michael Arkin ... Harper
Adam Heller ... Ronson
Ivan Kronenfeld ... Blair
Paul Malluk ... Whitney
Ed Jupp Jr. ... Wadsworth
Paul Albe ... EMT

Ashley Carin ... Jessica

Ashley Chase ... Tisha
Norman Levy ... Foreman
Joseph Mosso ... Policeman

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 13: Severance

14 January 1992
Stone and Robinette go after a defense contractor, as well as his lawyer and the hit-man he allegedly hired, after two men are killed and a whistle-blower who planned to testify against him goes missing.

Paul Sorvino ... Sergeant Phil Cerreta

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff
George Grizzard ... Arthur Gold
Maureen Anderman ... Sharon Styger
Sam Groom ... Larry Teasdale

Steve Rankin ... Frank Kemp

Joe Urla ... Defense Attorney Werner (as Joseph Urla)
Elisabeth Ryall ... Tina McManus (as Lisa Ryall)
Ralph Bell ... Judge Jenklaw

J. Smith-Cameron ... Ms. Moskowitz
Jay Devlin ... Charles Martine
Jack Davidson ... Mr. Torrens
Rita Gardner ... Mrs. Torrens
Edmund Genest ... John Blanchard (as Edmond Genest)

Frank John Hughes ... Rozakis
David Rosenbaum ... Judge Alan Berman

Samaria Graham ... Doreen

John Fiore ... Detective Tony Profaci
J. Michael Patterson ... Peter Coyle (as Michael Patterson)
Lil Henderson ... Woman

Gareth Williams ... CSU Technician
Joseph Mosso ... Policeman

James Pyduck ... Bailiff

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 14: Blood Is Thicker...

4 February 1992
An man from an old-money New York family is accused of killing his wife over an affair. The man she was seeing is reluctant to testify, and the case rides on the positive identification of a family heirloom.

Paul Sorvino ... Sergeant Phil Cerreta

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff

Nancy Marchand ... Mrs. Barbara Ryder

John Bedford Lloyd ... Jonathan Ryder

Joel Polis ... Dr. Joel Friedman
Sam Freed ... Kent Meeker

Carolyn McCormick ... Dr. Elizabeth Olivet
Kim Hamilton ... Judge Vivian Jackson
Alan Manson ... Arraignment Judge Eric Bryan

John McMartin ... Larry Webber

Nicholas Turturro ... Poletti

Jude Ciccolella ... Morgan
Lauren Klein ... Miss Phillips

Donald Corren ... Medill
John Heffernan ... Welch
Stephen De Fluiter ... Thomas (as Stephen DeFluiter)
Allen Williams ... Detective Saperstein
Mike Cicchetti ... Henry Willard
Mario Arrambide ... Mr. Lewis
Arthur Halpern ... Loomis
Philip Levy ... Officer Franzetti

Nick Sandow ... Officer Nelson (as Nicholas J. Sandow)
Jaclyn Berrie ... Betsy

Josh Philip Weinstein ... Peter (as Josh Weinstein)
Saul Stein ... Bouncer

John Fiore ... Detective Tony Profaci
Frank Muller ... Handler
Gretchen West ... Jane Dickey
Emma Tammi ... Alison Ryder
Brian Williams ... Roeder

Glenn Taranto ... Squad Room Detective

Venida Evans ... Jury Forewoman
Stephanie Trudeau ... Mrs. Friedman

Jay Spadaro ... Bailiff

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 15: Trust

11 February 1992
A teenager confesses to shooting a classmate, but claims it was an accident. Detectives also discover that he was responsible for a similar shooting two years earlier, but the records are sealed.

Paul Sorvino ... Sergeant Phil Cerreta

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff
Tom Mason ... Ian Maser

Michael Constantine ... Dan Barnett
Lizbeth MacKay ... Pamela Maser

Carolyn McCormick ... Dr. Elizabeth Olivet
Harley Cross ... Jamie Maser
P.J. Barry ... Range Owner
Christine Farrell ... Forensics Tech Arlene Shrier
MacIntyre Dixon ... Merrill
Ben Hammer ... Judge Frank Markman

Bruce Katzman ... Dr. Gilman
Barbara Spiegel ... Arraignment Judge Harriet Doremus
Lee Shepherd ... Judge Joseph Gannon

Michael Harney ... Detective Gullikson

Will Friedle ... Russ (as William Friedle)

Karron Graves ... Lori

John Juback ... Mr. Fenwick
Lynn Niederman Silver ... Mrs. Fenwick
Roderick Garr ... Officer Kelly

William Charlton ... Officer Wheeler
Judd Trichter ... Matt
Steven Brooker ... Kid #1
Kennan Scott ... Kid #2

Edward James Hyland ... McCreary (as Edward Hyland)

Bjorn Johnson ... CSU Policeman

William Duffy ... CSU Technician (as William J. Duffy)
Sandra Bowie ... Foreman #1
Michael Dalby ... Foreman #2

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 16: Vengeance

18 February 1992
The parents of a woman murdered in Manhattan try to get the case moved to Connecticut so that they can pursue the death penalty against the defendant, a suspected serial killer.

Paul Sorvino ... Sergeant Phil Cerreta

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff

Barbara Barrie ... Mrs. Bream

Allen Garfield ... Carl Berg

Rutanya Alda ... Sara Cheney

Jay Patterson ... Conn. ADA Jack O'Connell
Gerald Gordon ... Mr. Bream

Steve Ryan ... Brooklyn ADA Fleishman

James Rebhorn ... Albert Lawrence Cheney
Stephen Bolster ... Dr. Phillip Banks

Jerry Grayson ... Superintendent
Jane Cronin ... Judge Alison McKeever
Roger Serbagi ... Judge Robert Quinn
Fred J. Scollay ... Judge Andrew Barsky
Nicholas Levitin ... Dr. Cohen
Diane Tyler ... Fran Melton
Melinda Mullins ... Forensics Technician

Matt Malloy ... CSU Technician
Kevin Eshelman ... Repairman
Michael Peter Bolus ... Garage Attendant (as Michael Bolus)
Michael Ciulla ... Storage Attendant
Edward Cannan ... Bailiff

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 17: Sisters of Mercy

3 March 1992
A teenage drug addict claims that a nun molested her at a treatment house, but the investigation leads an accusation of rape involving the chief executive of the facility.

Season 2, Episode 18: Cradle to Grave

31 March 1992
A baby is found frozen to death in a hospital emergency room. The case leads to accusations that the landlord of the building the baby and her mother lived in hired people to turn off the heat and harass tenants to get them to move out.

Paul Sorvino ... Sergeant Phil Cerreta

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff

Tony Lo Bianco ... Marc Menaker

Victor Argo ... Jose Tirado
Bill Cwikowski ... Hampton

Karen Lynn Gorney ... Iris Corman
Doris Belack ... Judge Margaret Barry
Richard Bright ... Albert Boxer

Rocco Sisto ... Joseph Turner

Bruklin Harris ... Jackie Ward (as Idina Harris)
Kim Staunton ... Ms. Clayton
Divina Cook ... Miriam Gomez

Chandra Wilson ... Serena Price
Frances Chaney ... Mrs. Siddons
Roger Pretto ... Raymond Ramirez
Bruce Kronenberg ... Linford

Elise Neal ... Charlayne Ward
Crystal Field ... Lawson

John Speredakos ... Dr. Orton
Brenda Denmark ... Nurse James
Marina Durell ... Mrs. Ruiz
Mary Hedahl ... Pell
Tina Smith ... Ms. Jacobs

Joseph R. Sicari ... Al Norman
Fernando López ... Fernando

Edouard DeSoto ... Sanchez (as Edouard De Soto)

Joseph Hindy ... Thurman
Joe Sharkey ... Graveyard Administrator
Carol Woods ... Ms. Price

Leonard L. Thomas ... Lucas (as Leonard Thomas)

Troy Winbush ... Leon Jarvis

Susan Grace ... Jury Forewoman
Irma St. Paule ... Elderly Woman

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 19: The Fertile Fields

7 April 1992
A corpse of a badly burned Jewish jeweler is found in an alley. Initial evidence suggests that it could be a hate crime performed by a group of black youths, but a business motive is later uncovered.

Paul Sorvino ... Sergeant Phil Cerreta

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff

David Spielberg ... Isaac Shore

Tom Mardirosian ... Joe Tashjian

Daryl Mitchell ... Reginald Beggs (as Daryl 'Chill' Mitchell)

Josh Philip Weinstein ... Caleb Shore (as Josh Weinstein)

Jerry Stiller ... Michael Tobis
Kecia Lewis-Evans ... Langstrom
Ray Genadry ... Andonian (as Raymond Genadry)
Lenore Harris ... Mrs. Shore
David Lipman ... Judge Moodie

Leslie Hendrix ... Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers

Ed Wheeler ... David
Eddie Korbich ... O'Malley
Charles Blackwell ... Judge Howard Gillman

William Hill ... Hopkins
Billy Strong ... Cooke
Bob Cea ... Grady (as Robert Cea)

Christopher Rubin ... CSU Technician
Sharrieff Pugh ... Fontaine

Darien Sills-Evans ... Cyrus

Chester A. Sims II ... Court Clerk

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 20: Intolerance

14 April 1992
An award-winning Chinese American high school science student is killed. Evidence points to the jealous family of one of the student's high school competitors.

Paul Sorvino ... Sergeant Phil Cerreta

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff

Kelly Bishop ... Marian Borland
Stephen Pearlman ... Leonard Willis
Pat McNamara ... Ron Borland
Lee Wallace ... Judge Thomas Simon

Allelon Ruggiero ... Carl Borland
Lianna Pai ... Claudia Chong (as Liana Pai)

Sabrina Lloyd ... Kate 'Katie' Silver
Rex Robbins ... Steinman

Sam Rockwell ... Randy Borland
David Lipman ... Judge Morris Torledsky

Michael Raynor ... Acuff
Christine Farrell ... Forensics Tech Arlene Shrier
David W. Butler ... Detective Reilly
Billy Chang ... Billy Ru
Glynis Bell ... Ms. Silver
Lily Froehlich ... Mrs. Chong
Stephen Xavier Lee ... Tim Chong

Estelle Harris ... Mrs. Rachlin

Nicholas J. Giangiulio ... McCharen (as Nicholas Giangiulio)
Perren Page ... Jury Foreman

Geoff Lee ... Wong

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 21: Silence

28 April 1992
A councilman is found dead on a street, and the investigation reveals that he was being blackmailed because he was gay. However, the councilman's very powerful father is reluctant to cooperate because he doesn't want his son outed.

Paul Sorvino ... Sergeant Phil Cerreta

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff
George Martin ... Edward Vogel

James Sutorius ... Peter Colson

Reed Birney ... Malcolm Barclay
Jimmie Ray Weeks ... George Harris

Richard Levine ... Judge Steven Strelzik

Harry Johnson ... Brewer
Billie Neal ... Rhoden

Joanna Merlin ... Carla Bowman
Joe Aufiery ... Harold Dwyer
Graeme Malcolm ... Drotos
Alba Oms ... Valdez
Brian Reddy ... McBride
Gloria Hoye ... Helen Murphy

Leslie Hendrix ... Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers
John Seidman ... Lingard
Fred J. Scollay ... Judge Andrew Barsky
William Wise ... Prison Guard

John Hayden ... Taxi Husband (as John Patrick Hayden)
Suzanne Steele ... Taxi Wife
Tim Gallin ... Cabbie

Justine Miceli ... Mailroom Clerk (as Justine Avignon Miceli)
Len Gochman ... Judge Scholl
Alan Pottinger ... CSU Technician
Nicholas B. Daddazio ... Court Clerk
Albert S. Bennett ... Jury Foreman

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 22: The Working Stiff

12 May 1992
The murder of a "corporate raider" appears to be connected to a Brooklyn factory he took over and then shut down. But the DA's office uncovers a connection to a banking scandal that leads all the way to a former governor.

Paul Sorvino ... Sergeant Phil Cerreta

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff

Eli Wallach ... Simon Vilanis

George DiCenzo ... Eddie Palmieri

William Prince ... Dwight Corcoran

Victor Slezak ... William Cousins
Richard Backus ... Hamilton Burns Jr.

Mia Dillon ... Doctor Bergman
Ron Parady ... Chessman

Joseph Siravo ... Joey Palmieri
Edward Lally ... Elliot Reynolds
Toni Di Buono ... Alice Cantwell (as Toni DiBuono)
Tony Cummings ... Kevin Morehead (as Anthony Cummings)
David Rosenbaum ... Judge Alan Berman
Charles Major ... Walter Fairlee
David S. Howard ... Union Speaker
Thom Curley ... Union Doorman
Peter Kass ... Landlord
Bobby Alto ... Desk Sergeant
Donna Haley ... Reporter #1
Paul Kandel ... Reporter #2
Philip LeStrange ... Corcoran's Lawyer
Blas Hernandez ... Janitor
Marko Maglich ... CSU Technician

Tony Jones ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Skin Deep

23 September 1992
Logan and Cerreta investigate the death of a fashion model photographer and discover that the photographer's real business was prostitution. One of his "clients" is implicated, but she may be covering for the real killer.

Paul Sorvino ... Sergeant Phil Cerreta

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff

Alberta Watson ... Angela Brandt

Lorraine Toussaint ... Shambala Green
Scotty Bloch ... Judge Naomi Baum
Murphy Guyer ... Jeffrey Brandt

Claire Danes ... Tracy Brandt
Fia Porter ... Betty Ann Carter
Maeve McGuire ... Celeste Foxx

John Rothman ... O'Hara
David Bailey ... 'Allan' Rohmer

Donald Corren ... Medill
David Rosenbaum ... Judge Alan Berman

Gina Torres ... Laura Elkin

Yul Vazquez ... Eddie Vasquez
Glenn Kubota ... Hong

Lauren Ambrose ... Jessica
Alexandra Becker ... Lisa, School Girl
Catherine Featherston ... Kate

Tony Cucci ... Avery
Bob Cea ... Holland
Kevin Davis ... Barton
Billy Van ... CSU Tech Gilmore
Jack R. Marks ... Court Clerk

Carolyn McCormick ... Dr. Elizabeth Olivet (uncredited)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 2: Conspiracy

30 September 1992
A white Jew faces trial for the shooting death of a prominent African American leader, but was the assassination actually an inside job?

Season 3, Episode 3: Forgiveness

7 October 1992
A college student from a poor Mexican family kills his rich co-ed fiancée after she breaks up with him. The defense hopes to exploit the jury's guilt for the client's plight to avoid a murder conviction.

Paul Sorvino ... Sergeant Phil Cerreta

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff

Carolyn McCormick ... Dr. Elizabeth Olivet
Laurence Luckinbill ... Cyrus Weaver

Luis Antonio Ramos ... Tommy Beltran
Luke Reilly ... Father Gregory
Cynthia Hayden ... Claudia Milgram

David Leary ... Curtis Milgram
Francine Beers ... Judge Janis Silver

Laura Sametz ... Janice Watt
Janet Sarno ... Dr. Goldman
William Jay Marshall ... Judge Hollis Burton
Richard Holmes ... Bill Lynch

Donald Corren ... Medill
Frederikke Borge ... Annette Hagadus

Chris Bauer ... Homeless David (as Christopher Bauer)
Herbert Rubens ... Homeless Ralph
Chelsea Altman ... Celeste Adams

Suzanne Cryer ... Sandy
Mara Hobel ... Ellen
Sarah Litzsinger ... Liza

Clea Montville ... Beth Milgram
David Little ... Jack Haviland

Shelly Gibson ... Eleanor

Boris McGiver ... Alan
Michael A. Fella ... McDonald (as Michael Fella)
Sid Winter ... Jury Foreman
Nicholas B. Daddazio ... Court Officer

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 4: The Corporate Veil

14 October 1992
A teenage boy dies because of a faulty pacemaker, and detectives soon discover that he is not the only person to die from pacemakers manufactured by the same company.

Paul Sorvino ... Sergeant Phil Cerreta

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff

Carolyn McCormick ... Dr. Elizabeth Olivet (credit only)

Dennis Boutsikaris ... Richard Berkley
Bruce Norris ... Steven Cleary
Robert Milli ... Roger Cleary
Carla Pinza ... Rosa Martinez
Elizabeth Hubbard ... Mrs. Cleary
Michael Lombard ... Miller

Harriet Sansom Harris ... Ms. Kenny

George Murdock ... Judge Eric Bertram (as George Murdoch)
Maryann Urbano ... Mrs. Adler
Brooks Rogers ... Dr. Trevor Hellems
John Procaccino ... Suiter
Wendy Barrie-Wilson ... Dr. Evelyn Stark (as Wendy Barrie Wilson)

Michael Mislove ... Peter Fischel

Justine Miceli ... Lorraine Schwab
Kevin Eshelman ... Billy Doyle

John Combs ... Dr. Gertz

Gene Canfield ... McBride
Barbara Spiegel ... Judge Doremus
Sully Boyar ... Judge Frabrikant
Thom Sesma ... Dr. Blum
Kevin Amalia ... Wayne
Mike Sheehan ... Gilbert (as Mike G. Sheehan)

John Ortiz ... Roberto Martinez
Jessica Rose ... Ana Martinez
Leslie Goldman ... Judge Harcourt (as Les Goldman)
Matthew P. McCarthy ... Court Clerk

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 5: Wedded Bliss

21 October 1992
Two washed-up, handcuffed corpses are identified as Mexican immigrants, and the investigation reveals that they may have been working as slave labor in a sweatshop.

Paul Sorvino ... Sergeant Phil Cerreta

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff

Patti D'Arbanville ... Betty Drake

John Pankow ... Charles Meadow

Bill Raymond ... Ellis Drake

José Zúñiga ... Rudy Amendariz
Larry Keith ... Francis Dunlap

Lisa Vidal ... Lena Armendariz

Walter Bobbie ... Fred Drake
Lee Shepherd ... Judge Joseph Gannon
Iraida Polanco ... Katy Andon
Víctor Sierra ... Alejandro Lopez
Leslie Lyles ... Sharon Sacks
Carol Harris ... Judge Goldman
Bill Fiore ... Ray Russo
Bill Nelson ... Markson

John C. Vennema ... Victor Shay

Vincent Pastore ... Dominick

Donald Corren ... Medill

Stewart J. Zully ... Steinmetz
José Rabelo ... Madero
Manuel E. Santiago ... Tejada
Larry Ramos ... Luis Lopez
Tony Patellis ... Ulasewitz

Glenn Taranto ... Manetti
Richard Ferrone ... Jenner
Jose Soto ... Hector
Stan Schwartz ... Fisherman

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 6: Helpless

4 November 1992
Dr. Olivet accuses an esteemed gynecologist of rape. However, when she loses her case, the DA's office resorts to a new strategy to bring the doctor to justice.

Paul Sorvino ... Sergeant Phil Cerreta

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff

Carolyn McCormick ... Dr. Elizabeth Olivet
Paul Hecht ... Dr. Alexander J. Merritt

Tovah Feldshuh ... Danielle Melnick

Felicity Huffman ... Diane Perkins
Tracey Ellis ... Nurse Miriam Gregg
Howard Witt ... Judge Keith Silver
Michele Pawk ... Donna Marks

Adam LeFevre ... Dr. Helman
Michael Levin ... Dr. Reitman
Maggie Burke ... Celia Walsh

Ethan Phillips ... Mark Hauser

Beth Dixon ... Nicole Simon
Janet Ward ... Delores Gaines
Lisa Beth Miller ... Laura Todd
Elizabeth Benedict ... Reporter #1
Paul Hebron ... Reporter #2
Sarah Burke ... Jury Forewoman

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 7: Self Defense

11 November 1992
A Greek immigrant jewelry store owner kills two robbers and claims self defense. However, it is soon questioned whether his actions went beyond self defense and crossed into revenge and murder.

Paul Sorvino ... Sergeant Phil Cerreta

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff

Carolyn McCormick ... Dr. Elizabeth Olivet (credit only)

Adam Arkin ... George Costas
Paul Butler ... Judge Edmond Francis
Marissa Chibas ... Christina Costas

Ron Rifkin ... Alex Drakos
Frank Savino ... Nick Fortas
Robert Hirschfeld ... Abrams

Jon Manfrellotti ... Detective Morelli
Christine Farrell ... Forensics Tech Arlene Shrier
David Lipman ... Judge Morris Torledsky
Johnnie Mae ... Laticia Ramis
Ron Brice ... Marvin Welles
Peter Yoshida ... Joon Rhee
Florence Anglin ... Mrs. Pinsker
Mick O'Rourke ... Matt Donegan

Wai Ching Ho ... Mrs. Rhee

Paul Schulze ... Garfield
Philip LeStrange ... McDowell

Lou Martini Jr. ... CSU Policeman
Robert Coffin ... Court Clerk

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 8: Prince of Darkness

18 November 1992
A Colombian drug cartel assassin is accused in the murder of a Colombian couple in a restaurant. While trying to make the case against the accused, Ceretta is shot by a black-market gun dealer whom the prosecution needs as a witness.

Paul Sorvino ... Sergeant Phil Cerreta

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff

Rosanna DeSoto ... Mrs. Ortega (as Rosana De Soto)

Joe Lisi ... Chris Minetti

Saundra Santiago ... Sandra Alvaro

Mark Margolis ... George Lobrano

Shawn Elliott ... Ramone Buenaventura
Jaime Sánchez ... Mr. Cristobal
Rosemary De Angelis ... Sally Goldman

Lonny Price ... Frank Hoover
Lizan Mitchell ... Judge Lerner

Carlos Sanz ... Javier 'Elvis' Lariano Gaitan
Christine Farrell ... Forensics Tech Arlene Shrier
Bernie McInerney ... Judge Michael Callahan

Alice Spivak ... Judge Esther Fein
Debra Riessen ... Maryann Thompson (as Debra Reissen)
Ivan Kronenfeld ... Stein
Michael Hammond ... Scott Newman

Gary Perez ... Manuel Ortega
Carrell Myers ... Natalie Ortega

Catherine Gardner ... Felice Ortega

Susan Aston ... Lydia
T. Scott Cunningham ... Kennedy
Mark Woodcock ... Lucas
Curzon Dobell ... Alan Kirk
Dylan Price ... Jack Ketcham
Jerry Rockwood ... Mr. Lawson
Norma Rockwood ... Mrs. Lawson
John Finnerty ... Nelson
Virginia Wing ... Jury Forewoman

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 9: Point of View

25 November 1992
A woman claims she killed a man outside a bar because he was going to rape her, but was it really a mob hit? Logan is partnered up with Lennie Briscoe, and Ceretta tells Logan that he isn't returning to the precinct after his shooting.

Jerry Orbach ... Detective Lennie Briscoe

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff

Carolyn McCormick ... Dr. Elizabeth Olivet

Elaine Stritch ... Lanie Stieglitz

Lisa Eichhorn ... Mary Kostrinski

Gary Basaraba ... Kevin Reilly

Caroline Aaron ... Valerie Walker
Alan North ... Jimmy Scanlon

Michael H. Ingram ... Officer Andy Libik (as Michael Ingram)
Delphi Harrington ... Suzanne

Paul Sorvino ... Sergeant Phil Cerreta

Samaria Graham ... Officer Jenna Adams
Cara Duff-MacCormick ... Maggie Duff
María Cellario ... Elaine Cerreta

Peter McRobbie ... John Ennis
Michael Crider ... George Lutz
Frank Girardeau ... Vinnie
Edward Seamon ... Max Calahan
Tony Lip ... Doc
Damon Chandler ... Judge Allan Bonner
Rich Ramirez ... Carrillo
Joshua Stern ... CSU Policeman

John Joseph Gallagher ... Paddy O'Hagan

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 10: Consultation

9 December 1992
The death of a pregnant drug mule leads to the discovery of a Nigerian heroin smuggling ring that leads all the way to a diplomat who is also a Nigerian tribal chief.

Jerry Orbach ... Detective Lennie Briscoe

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff

Carolyn McCormick ... Dr. Elizabeth Olivet (credit only)

Roscoe Lee Browne ... Sir Idris Balewa

Andrew Robinson ... Phillip Marietta

Wendell Pierce ... Chief Ola-Gimju Nwaka

Keith Szarabajka ... Harry Sibelius

Talia Balsam ... Turner

Seth Gilliam ... Babatunde Amoda
Robert Katims ... Jacob Bloom
Beatrice Winde ... Sarah De Witt

Afemo Omilami ... Michael Kano
Jim DeMarse ... Ralph Walton (as James DeMarse)

Beverly Johnson ... Salamotu
Paul Eckstein ... William Bako
Reggie Montgomery ... Francis Awe
Seth Sibanda ... Fabian Ayinde
Neil Pepe ... Dr. Kanellos
David Rosenbaum ... Judge Alan Berman
Charlotte Colavin ... Judge Lisa Pongracic
Marchand Odette ... Kelani Amoda

Charles Malik Whitfield ... Babatunde's Roommate
Phil Stein ... CSU Holmes
Nicholas B. Daddazio ... Court Clerk

Liz Larsen ... ER Nurse #1
Denise Burse ... ER Nurse #2 (as Denise Burse-Mickelbury)
Kwaku Sintim-Misa ... Joseph Amoda
Eliza Ventura ... Michele Bononi

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 11: Extended Family

6 January 1993
A Broadway producer's daughter is abducted from a department store. Later, she and her mother are found in a women's shelter. The mother claims that the daughter was abused by her father, but the daughter's accounts are inconsistent.

Jerry Orbach ... Detective Lennie Briscoe

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff

Carolyn McCormick ... Dr. Elizabeth Olivet
Barry Primus ... Gary Silver
Michael McGuire ... Nicholas Teller

Brian Markinson ... David Preston
Anna Kathryn Holbrook ... Janet Silver (as Anna Holbrook)

James Murtaugh ... Dr. Jenner

Joyce Van Patten ... Ramona Stark, Ph.D.
Matthew Sussman ... Alan Fischer
Lucille Rivin ... Myra Fischer

Robert Emmet Lunney ... Harold Zorn (as Robert Emmet)

Madeline Zima ... Samantha Silver

Bruce Kirkpatrick ... Mark Sanders

Melinda Wade ... Leslie Silver
Lisen Sundgren ... Christina Jurgsen

Olga Merediz ... Martha Gonzales
John Ramsey ... Judge Walter Schreiber
Carol Woods ... Polly Fairfield
Clebert Ford ... Building Superintendent

John Fiore ... Detective Tony Profaci
Peter Von Berg ... Ned Halley

Elizabeth Bove ... Sally Birke
Lindsay Rodio ... Jennifer
Sam Josepher ... Saleswoman
Richard Litt ... Police Sergeant
David Medina ... Rafael
Joseph Amodei ... Joe Bova
Nora Elcar ... Jury Forewoman

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 12: Right to Counsel

13 January 1993
An innocent man confesses to killing his girlfriend and takes a plea. A.D.A. Robinette suspects that his defense may have conspired with the victim's estate planner to sandbag him for financial reasons.

Jerry Orbach ... Detective Lennie Briscoe

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff

Carolyn McCormick ... Dr. Elizabeth Olivet (credit only)

Mary Mara ... Sally Knight

Richard Cox ... Steven Gregg
Bill Moor ... Bill Patton
Darrell Larson ... Kevin Doyle
Mady Kaplan ... Carole Spiegelman

Alice Hirson ... Jewel
Carol Eve Rossen ... Judge Gelfant (as Carol Rossen)

Bill Buell ... Douglas Pomerantz
Thomas Hill ... John Barham

Ted Sorel ... Burton Charles
David Green ... Jim Regan

Shareen Mitchell ... Jane Alter

Donna Murphy ... Karen Unger
David Breitbarth ... Jim Maynard
Jerry Jarrett ... Manny Cohen
Anita Keal ... Arlene Ross
Vince O'Brien ... Judge Phillip Franks

William Hill ... Milgrim
Eugene J. Anthony ... Murphy (as Eugene Anthony)

Lionel Pina ... Valdez
Floyd Vivino ... Newman

Christopher Rubin ... CSU Tech Taft
Jay Harris ... Judge Mark Burns

Chester A. Sims II ... Arraignment Court Clerk (as Chester A. Sims)
Jack R. Marks ... Trial Court Clerk

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 13: Night & Fog

3 February 1993
Prosecution of an elderly man accused of killing his wife, a Holocaust survivor, becomes complicated when it is learned that he may have been a Jew who worked with the Nazis in Poland during World War II.

Season 3, Episode 14: Promises to Keep

10 February 1993
The D.A. tries to hold a psychiatrist criminally responsible when a client she is accused of having sexual relations with kills his girlfriend.

Season 3, Episode 15: Mother Love

24 February 1993
A frustrated African American mother confesses to killing her junkie daughter who was bleeding the family's finances dry. The DA's office wants to consider leniency because of her race, but Robinette strongly rejects the notion.

Jerry Orbach ... Detective Lennie Briscoe

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff

Carolyn McCormick ... Dr. Elizabeth Olivet (credit only)

Mary Alice ... Virginia Bryan
Kelly Neal ... Lucian Bryan

Edie Falco ... Sally Bell

Phyllis Yvonne Stickney ... Miss Lee

Nancy Ticotin ... Miss Gomez
Douglas Turner Ward ... Fred Bryan

Ebony Jo-Ann ... Rosemary (as Ebony Jo-Ann)
Leland Gantt ... Jonas 'Skate' Stark
David Lipman ... Judge Morris Torledsky
Brenda Denmark ... Beverly Harris (as Brenda Thomas Denmark)
Fatima Faloye ... Keisha White

Dan Moran ... Jack Guiness
Frances Foster ... Mary Tillar
Rafael Báez ... Angel Suarez (as Rafael Baez)
John Quinn ... Kelman

Donald Corren ... Medill

Peggy Gormley ... Hardy

John Fiore ... Detective Tony Profaci

William Charlton ... O'Brien
Anthony Ruiz ... Fowler
Carl Jay Cofield ... George Moore
Burt Edwards ... Sam Allen
J.J. Clark ... O'Connor
Joe Gonzalez ... Vasquez

Matt Malloy ... Burton

Paul Schulze ... CSU Tech Horan
Michael Guess ... Wesley

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 16: Jurisdiction

3 March 1993
With the help of a Brooklyn detective, Briscoe and Logan get a confession from a mentally retarded man in the murders of two nurses. Further investigation reveals that he may be innocent, but he steadfastly maintains that he is guilty.

Jerry Orbach ... Detective Lennie Briscoe

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff

Carolyn McCormick ... Dr. Elizabeth Olivet

Dan Hedaya ... Lt. Brian Torelli

Lorraine Toussaint ... Shambala Green

Mark Blum ... Brooklyn A.D.A. Frank Lazar

Paul McCrane ... James Lee Pawl

Michael Badalucco ... David Zifrin

Monique Cintron ... Aloma
James Lewis De Lorenzo ... Marty Lake
Rosemary De Angelis ... Sally Goldman (as Rosemary DeAngelis)
Paul Bates ... Bergin
Leslie Ayvazian ... Korolek

David Fonteno ... Gavin McCrea (as David Wolos-Fonteno)

Philip Hoffman ... Eddie Feldman

Tibor Feldman ... Jerry Silbo
Paul D'Amato ... Delbert Kort
Bill Alton ... Judge O'Malley
Merwin Goldsmith ... Judge Ian Feist
Nancy Franklin ... Brooklyn Trial Judge Walton

John Fiore ... Detective Tony Profaci
Sabrina Boudot ... Sharon

Amy Ryan ... Amy
James Colby ... Holzgang

Brian Delate ... Lt.Jorgensen
Edward D. Murphy ... CSU Tech Wheeler

Cliff Weissman ... CSU Miller

Jay Spadaro ... Court Clerk

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 17: Conduct Unbecoming

10 March 1993
A female Naval officer is killed during a drunken party. The Navy claims jurisdiction in the case, but detectives soon suspect that the guilty party is being protected and the wrong man is being railroaded.

Jerry Orbach ... Detective Lennie Briscoe

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff

Carolyn McCormick ... Dr. Elizabeth Olivet (credit only)

Len Cariou ... Capt. Allard Bunker

Boyd Gaines ... Lt. St. Claire

George Coe ... Lee Hastings
Michael Dolan ... Ensign Evan Walters

Julianna Margulies ... Lt. Ruth Mendoza
Dick Latessa ... Admiral Miles Coty
Richard Hamilton ... CPO James Hagen

Joe Chrest ... Lt. Charles Bates
Victor Truro ... Judge Douglas Spivack
Barbara Spiegel ... Arraignment Judge Harriet Doremus
Barbara Blackburn ... Tammy White
Mark Zimmerman ... Mooren

Josh Pais ... Keller
Mick Weber ... Hotel Barman

Rich Duva ... EMS Medic (as Richard Duva)

Jack O'Connell ... Sergeant Gilmore
Larry Fleischman ... Policeman #1
Michael Noth ... Court Clerk
Ray DeBenedictis ... Marine Guard (uncredited)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 18: Animal Instinct

17 March 1993
A university scientist is murdered, allegedly over an affair her husband was having. However, Stone later suspects that the alleged "mistress" may actually be delusional, and that there was actually no affair.

Season 3, Episode 19: Virus

21 April 1993
A computer virus creates a malfunction at a Diabetes clinic which results in the deaths of two patients. Detectives tie the virus to a teenage hacker, whose father unsuccessfully accused the clinic of malpractice.

Jerry Orbach ... Detective Lennie Briscoe

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff

Carolyn McCormick ... Dr. Elizabeth Olivet (credit only)
Stephen Elliott ... Dr. Hogan
Steven Keats ... George Zuckert

Dana Elcar ... Robert Cook

Joanna Merlin ... Carla Bowman

Paul Calderon ... Rodriguez

Stivi Paskoski ... John Cook
Tanya Berezin ... Judge Janine Pate
Beth Fowler ... Mrs. Wrenn

Harold Perrineau ... Kenny Rinker (as Harold Perrineau Jr.)
David Kener ... Stan Cohn

John Dossett ... Don Stuart
Gary Cookson ... Sifford
Jim Fyfe ... Robert Picard
Patricia Kilgarriff ... Nurse Hillary Berg
Irving Metzman ... Gene Magee

Armand Schultz ... Dr. Morris
Chet Carlin ... James Kendall

Leslie Hendrix ... Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers
Lynne Marta ... Debra Hill
William Severs ... Judge Henry Fillmore

Kevin Rock ... Doug Brewer

John Fiore ... Detective Tony Profaci

Jim Moody ... Judge Stewart
Alessandro Tanaka ... Neil Andrade (as Alex Tanaka)
James A. Baffico ... Henninger

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 20: Securitate

5 May 1993
A teenage Romanian immigrant kills his father, a cruel former Romanian secret police officer, after his father kills his own brother. The boy's defense attorney offers a "cultural insanity" defense.

Jerry Orbach ... Detective Lennie Briscoe

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff

Carolyn McCormick ... Dr. Elizabeth Olivet
Morgan Weisser ... Leon Iliescu
Irén Bordán ... Karen Iliescu (as Iren Bordan)

David Margulies ... Tommy Zanescu

Richard Council ... Alex Iliescu

Alan King ... Jonathan Shapiro
Richard Ziman ... David Kaplan
Sidney Armus ... Arraignment Judge Arnold Fishbein
Tony Cummings ... Brian Hollingsworth
Diane Kagan ... Judge Kleinfeldt

Jerry Grayson ... Morrie Lyles
Patrick Garner ... Sy Pappas

Michael Louis Wells ... Karl

Joseph Lyle Taylor ... Wayne 'Skank' Jeffers (as Joe Taylor)
Stan Lachow ... Judge Renner

Jorja Fox ... Paula Engren (as Jorjan Fox)
Melissa Hickey ... Jennifer Powers (as Melissa Ramone)

Laurie Taylor-Williams ... Ronda Rubin

John Fiore ... Detective Tony Profaci
Izzy Flores ... Hector Lavina

Funda Duval ... Bartender
Paul Scannapieco ... Vincent Forrelli
Mike Alpert ... Frank Albers

Robert Dolan ... CSU Technician #1
Michael Hunold ... CSU Technician #2
Mark Lotito ... Bailey

Chris Orbach ... Finkle
Gene Ashley ... Court Clerk

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 21: Manhood

12 May 1993
After a cop is killed while trying to make a drug arrest the investigation reveals that some of his fellow officers may have stood by and let him die for reasons of their own.

Jerry Orbach ... Detective Lennie Briscoe

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff

Carolyn McCormick ... Dr. Elizabeth Olivet (credit only)
Charles Hallahan ... Captain Tom O'Hara

Adam Trese ... Craig McGraw

Sam Rockwell ... Weddeker

Philip Bosco ... Gordon Schell

Robert Moresco ... Sergeant Henry Rhodes
Ron Ryan ... Sergeant Jack Harley
Lázaro Pérez ... Nazarrio (as Lazaro Perez)
Dan Grimaldi ... Jerry Kerwin
Rochelle Oliver ... Judge Grace Larkin
Michael Egan ... Judge Leonard Fein

Michael Hirsch ... Dr. Ross

Rene Rivera ... Lucio Martinez

Ralph Byers ... Neil Belden

Donald Corren ... Medill
Tino Juarez ... Sanchez
Steven Rodriguez ... Tirado
Spartan McClure ... James Davis
Ken Larsen ... Neeley
Kevin Hagan ... Captain
Mark Sarro ... Officer John Cooper
Philip Levy ... Novogrod
Gia Galeano ... Dispatcher
Sandye Wilson ... Operator #1
Lil Henderson ... Operator #4
John McLoughlin ... Jury Foreperson
Lee Ryan ... Gay Cop (uncredited)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 22: Benevolence

19 May 1993
A young, independent deaf woman is murdered, but what is it her scorned lover or her obsessed mentor? Detectives Briscoe and Logan scour phone transcripts, while forensics narrows the search. It's up to prosecutors Stone and Robinette to persuade the truth out of the victim's mentor, the founder of a local institute for the deaf.

Jerry Orbach ... Detective Lennie Briscoe

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Dann Florek ... Captain Donald Cragen

Michael Moriarty ... Executive A.D.A. Ben Stone

Richard Brooks ... A.D.A. Paul Robinette

Steven Hill ... D.A. Adam Schiff

Carolyn McCormick ... Dr. Elizabeth Olivet (credit only)

Leon Russom ... Gordon Bryce
Sam Gray ... Judge Francis Chabot

Meredith Scott Lynn ... Corrine Sussman
George Grizzard ... Arthur Gold
Camille L. Jeter ... Marcia Hendricks
John F. Cleary ... Paul Crandall (as John Cleary)
Eliza Rubin ... Gina Peters
Martin Priest ... Jacob Brinkman
Ann Sachs ... Mrs. McKenna
George Bamford ... Mr. McKenna
James Villemaire ... Ben Freed

John Maucere ... Richard Fiorello
Helen Lloyd Breed ... Myra Goldman
Isha Manna Beck ... Lisa Talbot
Sofia Landon Geier ... Judith Bryce (as Sofia Landon)

Camryn Manheim ... Martha Rollins

Harry Johnson ... Lawrence Hodge

Jaime Tirelli ... Chick Sullivan
Patrick Kerr ... Frank Durnan
James Doerr ... Mike Connell
Nance Robbins ... Emily Chandler
Peter Kass ... Judge Peters

John Fiore ... Detective Tony Profaci
Maurice Shrog ... Al Hardy
Bob Kirsh ... Police Interpreter

Gilbert Cruz ... CSU Carillo

Jim Lavin ... Uniform Policeman

Steven Zirnkilton ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Sweeps

15 September 1993
Stone goes after a sensational tabloid talk show host after a child molester is murdered on live television by the father of his victim.