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Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6
Year: 1992 | 1993 | 1994 | 1995 | 1996 | 1997 | 1998

Season 1

Season 1, Episode 1: The Gathering

3 October 1992
Duncan MacLeod is an immortal who has been out of the game for many years. Duncan and his girlfriend Tessa are targeted by Slan Quince, an evil immortal. Duncan is convinced by his friend and fellow immortal Connor MacLeod that he must return to the game to protect Tessa, and to keep from losing his head.

Season 1, Episode 2: Family Tree

10 October 1992
Duncan bails Richie out of jail after he was caught stealing files from an adoption agency in an effort to find out who his parents are. From what Richie read in the files before he was caught, he and Duncan are able to find a man who claims to be his father. Duncan senses that something isn't right, so he hits the streets to find out who this man really is.

Season 1, Episode 3: The Road Not Taken

17 October 1992
A friend of Richie's dies suddenly after being captured during a diamond heist. The police believe it to be a drug overdose, but Richie insists his friend would never have done drugs. Duncan believes it to be the work of a potion developed by Kiem Sun, an immortal he once knew.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Alexandra Vandernoot ... Tessa Noel

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan
Lisa Bunting ... Woman Hostage

Christianne Hirt ... Angie
Kim Kondrashoff ... Forks

Dustin Nguyen ... Chu Lin

Soon-Tek Oh ... Kiem Sun

A.C. Peterson ... Bartender (as Alan C. Peterson)
Paul Stafford ... First Officer
Wendell Wright ... Sgt. Powell

Sanjay Madhav ... (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: Innocent Man

24 October 1992
Sensing danger, the immortal Lucas Desiree requests a visit from his old friend Duncan MacLeod. Lucas is beheaded just before Duncan arrives, and the murder is pinned on a shell shocked Vietnam veteran. Duncan knows this man to be innocent, and that another immortal is to blame. To avenge his friend and to prevent an innocent man from going to jail, Duncan sets out to find the real killer.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Alexandra Vandernoot ... Tessa Noel

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan

Amanda Wyss ... Randi MacFarland

Vincent Schiavelli ... Leo Atkins

John Novak ... Sheriff Crowley
Wendell Wright ... Sgt. Powell

Victor A. Young ... Lucas Desiree (as Victor Young)
Todd Duckworth ... Deputy Struthers

Garry Chalk ... Lemoyne (as Gary Chalk)
Colleen Winton ... Gwenn
Jason Michas ... Confederate Guard

Season 1, Episode 5: Free Fall

31 October 1992
After a naive Immortal leaps to her death from a skyscraper, she seeks out MacLeod as her mentor. But this innocent student may not be what she seems.

Season 1, Episode 6: Bad Day in Building 'A'

7 November 1992
Duncan, Tessa, and Richie are held hostage at a courthouse by a convicted killer and his gang.

Season 1, Episode 7: Mountain Men

14 November 1992
When Tessa's ramble in the great outdoors leads to her kidnapping by a group of lawless mountain men, Duncan must find and rescue her before a forced "wedding."

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Alexandra Vandernoot ... Tessa Noel

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan

Wes Studi ... Sheriff Benson

John Dennis Johnston ... Carl the Hermit

Marc Singer ... Caleb Cole
Byron Lucas ... Joshua Cole

Brent Stait ... Eddie Doyle
Rick Poltaruk ... Big John
Doug Abrahams ... Benson's Deputy

Season 1, Episode 8: Deadly Medicine

21 November 1992
On his way home from the grocery store, Duncan is the victim of a hit and run. He is rushed to the hospital in critical condition, but due to his remarkable recovery time he is able to check himself out shortly after he arrives. This is noticed by a doctor who drugs and kidnaps Duncan so that he can experiment on him. Meanwhile, reporter Randi MacFarland is hot on the trail of Duncan's disappearance.

Season 1, Episode 9: The Sea Witch

5 December 1992
Richie saves an old friend from Russian mobsters after a drug deal goes bad. Unbeknown to him, she takes the drugs and the money with her. It is up to Duncan to protect her and her daughter from the mobsters, who are now looking for her.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Alexandra Vandernoot ... Tessa Noel

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan

Stephen Macht ... Alexei Voshin

Johannah Newmarch ... Nikki

Philip Maurice Hayes ... Marco (as Phil Hayes)

John Tench ... Reese
Brooklyn Brown ... Melinda
Scott McNeil ... Dennis
Gina Brunton ... Niva
Garry Davey ... Soviet Major
Rob Morton ... Owner

Adrian Holmes ... Street Kid

James Ralph ... Ramos (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 10: Revenge Is Sweet

12 December 1992
While browsing Duncan's antique store, a mysterious woman named Rebecca Lord inquires about a sword that he once took from a rival immortal named Walter Reinhardt. Duncan agrees to let her test the sword, and he is shocked to find that she uses the same style as Reinhardt. Having never taken Reinhardt's head, Duncan fears that the two may be working together to defeat him.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Alexandra Vandernoot ... Tessa Noel

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan

Vanity ... Rebecca Lord

Christoph M. Ohrt ... Walter Reinhardt (as Christoph Ohrt)

Christianne Hirt ... Angie Burke

Tim Reid ... Sgt. Bennett

Ken Kramer ... Dr. Kramer

Kevin McNulty ... Harry Dawes
Elizabeth Claridge ... Molly Parker
Mike Cavers ... Nobleman (as Michael Cavers)
Shirley Broderick ... Noblewoman
Patrick Stevenson ... Street Punk

Season 1, Episode 11: See No Evil

19 December 1992
A friend of Tessa's is assaulted and nearly killed by a serial killer who scalps his victims. Duncan believes him to be a copycat killer who is basing his crimes on those of an immortal whom Duncan confronted years ago.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Alexandra Vandernoot ... Tessa Noel

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan

Amanda Wyss ... Randi MacFarland

J.G. Hertzler ... Marcus Korolus (as John Hertzler)

Tim Reid ... Sgt. Bennett

Moira Walley-Beckett ... Natalie Ward (as Moira Walley)
Dee McCafferty ... Michael 'The Scalper'

Fulvio Cecere ... Tony Graffini

Kelli Fox ... Police Woman
Raimund Stamm ... Herbie
Wanda Wilkinson ... Helen
Glynda Fitzgerald ... Brunette Woman

Stacey Bendfelt ... 1920's Flapper (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 12: Eyewitness

6 February 1993
Tessa witnesses the murder of a woman she met at an art exhibition, but the police don't believe her. She and Duncan take it upon themselves to investigate.

Season 1, Episode 13: Band of Brothers

13 February 1993
An immortal named Grayson is targeting the friends and disciples of his old friend Darius, an immortal who was once a great warrior but is now a Catholic priest. Darius sends Duncan a message warning him of Grayson's treachery, and Duncan must protect Grayson's next target.

Season 1, Episode 14: For Evil's Sake

20 February 1993
Duncan witnesses a murder committed by a mime, and he recognizes it as the MO of the assassin Kuyler, an immortal responsible for the death of a French baron Duncan once protected.

Season 1, Episode 15: For Tomorrow We Die

27 February 1993
An immortal thief named Xavier St. Cloud visits Darius and confesses his crimes to him after a robbery during which he murdered six people. According to the laws of the Catholic Church, Darius cannot reveal to the police what he learned during St. Cloud's confession. Duncan, who suspects that St. Cloud was responsible for the crime, then takes it upon himself to find him.

Season 1, Episode 16: The Beast Below

6 March 1993
During a rehearsal, the manager of a band is thrown from a balcony and killed while having an argument with the band's lead singer. Duncan, who is there with Tessa and Richie as guests of the backup singer, believes the manager was killed by a mentally handicapped immortal he once befriended.

Season 1, Episode 17: Saving Grace

13 March 1993
Grace, an Immortal who has focused on healing rather than fighting, is framed for the murder of her mortal husband by an obsessed ex-lover, the Immortal Carlo Seandaro. Duncan must step in to protect her from her own weakness.

Season 1, Episode 18: Lady and the Tiger

24 April 1993
Amanda, an immortal thief and former lover of Duncan, is confronted by the immortal Zachary Blaine, her former partner in crime. She convinces him not to kill her in return for providing him with the chance to take Duncan's head.

Season 1, Episode 19: Avenging Angel

1 May 1993
An insane man, newly turned immortal, believes he has been reborn in order to do God's work by killing sinners.

Season 1, Episode 20: Eye of the Beholder

8 May 1993
Gabriel Piton, an immortal fashion designer, kills one of his models after she finds a stash of stolen artifacts in his apartment. Now the girl's roommate, who is an acquaintance of Richie's, is in danger of the same fate, and Duncan, who is an old friend of Piton's, must step in to prevent his friend from killing another innocent person.

Season 1, Episode 21: Nowhere to Run

15 May 1993
Mark Rothwood, the son of diplomat Allan Rothwood, rapes the step-daughter of the immortal Colonel Bellian. Duncan, Tessa, and Richie go to the Rothwoods' house to visit Allan, who is an old friend of Tessa's, and Bellian shows up for revenge. Believing that Rothwood deserves a fair trial, Duncan must guard the house against the siege of Bellian and his team of mercenaries.

Season 1, Episode 22: The Hunters

22 May 1993
Duncan receives a visit from an old friend, the immortal Hugh Fitzcairn. Fitzcairn informs him that several immortals have gone missing recently, and that he thinks something isn't right. When Darius is killed in his church they know that it isn't the work of another immortal, so they vow to avenge Darius by finding who is responsible.

Season 2

Season 2, Episode 1: The Watchers

27 September 1993
Still grieving over Darius' death, Duncan tries to elicit the meaning of the numbers Darius left him. He meets Joe and learns about the Watchers, who record the facts about Immortals but never interfere. Joe insists the Watchers would never have killed Darius. Duncan recognizes Horton as his attempted killer, and their conflict pulls Joe between them.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Alexandra Vandernoot ... Tessa Noel

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson

Peter Hudson ... James Horton

Douglas Arthurs ... Joey

Cameron Bancroft ... Robert
Ajay Karah ... Busboy

Brad Loree ... Belson

Kehli O'Byrne ... Lynn Horton

Marc Singer ... Caleb Cole (archive footage) (uncredited)
Werner Stocker ... Darius (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: Studies in Light

4 October 1993
Duncan, Tessa, and Richie attend a photographic exhibit featuring Immortal Gregor, and Duncan discovers that the other exhibitor is someone he loved decades earlier, who had sent him away in order to focus on her work. She recognizes him, but he doesn't know how to tell her that he is the same man she loved. Meanwhile, Gregor appears to have changed since Duncan knew him, as he appears to have become disillusioned and can no longer feel emotion.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Alexandra Vandernoot ... Tessa Noel

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson (credit only)

J.H. Wyman ... Gregor / Greg Powers (as Joel Wyner)

Sheila Moore ... Linda Plager
Gillian Carfra ... Young Linda
Shane Kelly ... Jonathan

Dwight McFee ... Ray Holstrom

Patti Allan ... Nurse
Mikal Dughi ... Mother
Cayde Ritchie ... Frightened Boy

Season 2, Episode 3: Turnabout

11 October 1993
Duncan takes on Charlie DeSalvo to prove he's good enough at martial arts to work out at the dojo. Dawson tells Duncan that Quenten Barnes is free and killing mortals, but Duncan refuses to get involved. Then Duncan's old friend Michael Moore turns up, determined to take Barnes' head. In flashback, Michael was unable to save his mortal girlfriend Jeanette. Barnes beats Duncan to the priest who attended his execution, as Duncan tries frantically to prevent more killings.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Alexandra Vandernoot ... Tessa Noel

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan
Philip Akin ... Charlie DeSalvo

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson

Geraint Wyn Davies ... Michael Moore
Ian Alden ... Young Father Morton

Brittaney Bennett ... Nurse (as Brittaney Edgell)
Gaetana Korbin ... Jeanette
Alan Robertson ... Judge Marvin Singer
John Tierney ... Old Father Morton

Season 2, Episode 4: The Darkness

18 October 1993
Duncan proposes marriage to Tessa, but can he escape a long-ago curse as well as a mortal who uses her as bait?

Season 2, Episode 5: An Eye for an Eye

25 October 1993
When Richie interferes with Immortal Annie Devlin and her IRA gang, she vows revenge. Meanwhile, Duncan starts teaching Richie. In flashback, Duncan rescues Annie from a massacre but refuses to help her crusade.

Season 2, Episode 6: The Zone

1 November 1993
Charlie alerts Duncan to a mysterious man who may be able to reduce violence in "the Zone," a dangerous slum neighborhood.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan (credit only)
Philip Akin ... Charlie DeSalvo

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson
Santino Buda ... Canaan

Sandra P. Grant ... Asia
Leam Blackwood ... Tom McGee
Ken Camroux-Taylor ... Judd Collins (as Ken Camroux)

Lorena Gale ... Woman
Tom Heaton ... Old Man
Brian Knox McGugan ... Mark Wells (as Brian McGugan)
Alfonso Quijada ... Tio (as Alphonso Quijada)

Michael Shanks ... Jesse Collins (as Michael G. Shanks)

Season 2, Episode 7: The Return of Amanda

8 November 1993
Amanda shows up at the dojo with a suspicious offer of friendship. Then Duncan helps Amanda escape from two attackers that she insists she doesn't know. In flashback to 1930s Germany, Duncan is trying to help a scientist escape when Amanda attaches herself to him to get away from police chasing her. In modern day, Duncan tells Amanda about the Watchers but they discover the men chasing her are FBI.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan
Philip Akin ... Charlie DeSalvo (credit only)

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson (credit only)

Elizabeth Gracen ... Amanda Darieux

Don S. Davis ... Palance
Robert Wisden ... Werner
Curtis Bechdholt ... Busboy
Ewan 'Sudsy' Clark ... Heinrich
Jano Frandsen ... Rutger

Jason Isaacs ... Zachary Blaine (archive footage)

Mitchell Kosterman ... Jeffries
Joe Maffei ... Harry

Michael Puttonen ... Lev Arkin

Dan Castellaneta ... Professor (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 8: Revenge of the Sword

15 November 1993
Duncan allows the dojo to be used for a karate movie starring Jimmy, a former student of Charlie's. When one of the stunt men is poisoned, Duncan and Charlie think someone may be trying to kill Jimmy and suspect the Tong are involved.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan (credit only)
Philip Akin ... Charlie DeSalvo

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson (credit only)

Dustin Nguyen ... Jimmy Sang

Debbie Podowski ... Lisa Scott

Robert Ito ... Johnny Leong
Frank Crudele ... Guiseppe
Johnny Mah ... Hong
Mina E. Mina ... Lao
Vernon Rieta ... Soo

Jai West ... The Kid
Clay Borris ... The Film Director (uncredited)
Don Buchanan ... The Props Master (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 9: Run for Your Life

22 November 1993
Duncan saved Immortal Carl Robinson from lynching in 1926 Louisiana. Carl became a famous colored league baseball star with aspirations of becoming a politician, but he has since become disillusioned after seeing years of racism and corruption. He now lives on the streets and steals to get by. When he steals Charlie's car to get away from drug dealers after stealing their money, Duncan tries to help him overcome his longstanding hatred of and distrust for whites, and he helps him deal with a racist cop who is after him.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan (credit only)
Philip Akin ... Charlie DeSalvo

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson (credit only)

Bruce A. Young ... Carl Robinson
Géza Kovács ... Carter
Roman Podhora ... Kenny Dixon

Biski Gugushe ... Ricky Price

Mark Acheson ... Billy Ray
John Destry ... Bobby

Adrian Holmes ... Johnny
Dee Jay Jackson ... Officer Warren (as Deejay Jackson)
Bill Mackenzie ... Sheriff
Susan McLennan ... Betty
Mark Poyser ... Ben

Season 2, Episode 10: Epitaph for Tommy

29 November 1993
Immortal Anthony Galen attacks Duncan in a deserted amusement park. Losing, he tries to escape and hits mortal Tommy Bannon with his car, killing him. Duncan feels guilty over Tommy's death and tries to console his mother. In flashback, the fiancé of Duncan's current bed partner challenges him to a duel, but accidentally stabs the girl instead. Tommy's mother asks Duncan if Tommy's death was really an accident, telling him that Tommy was an investigative reporter and he had been scared of something. Duncan decides to find the connection between Tommy and Galen.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan
Philip Akin ... Charlie DeSalvo (credit only)

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson (voice)

Roddy Piper ... Anthony Galen

Andrea Roth ... Suzanne Honniger
Ken Camroux-Taylor ... Mike Honniger (as Ken Camroux)

Jan D'Arcy ... Betty Bannon

Robert Collins ... Johnson
Patricia Dahlquist ... Mother

Bill Dow ... Harry

Nicholas Harrison ... Ned

Paul Anthony McLean ... Frank (as Paul McLean)

Gabrielle Miller ... Bess
Jane Sowerby ... Claire

Season 2, Episode 11: The Fighter

31 January 1994
Duncan's old friend Tommy Sullivan wants Duncan to buy a piece of his fighter George, and help him win pretty Iris.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan (credit only)
Philip Akin ... Charlie DeSalvo

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson (credit only)
Cali Timmins ... Iris

Tom McBeath ... Coleman

Bruce Weitz ... Tommy Sullivan

Topaz Hasfal-Schou ... Marilyn

Nicholas Lea ... Rodney Lange

Charles Andrew Payne ... Thunder Rodriguez (as Charles Payne)
Ken Roberts ... Wallace
Russell Roberts ... Wilson
Wren Roberts ... George Belcher
Richard Faraci ... Wilson's Champion (uncredited)
Mark Kandborg ... Bell Ringer (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 12: Under Colour of Authority

7 February 1994
Richie rescues a young woman being chased by Immortal Mako. In flashback, Mako shows up to capture Tim, a friend of Duncan's. Is she innocent or is she using Richie?

Season 2, Episode 13: Bless the Child

14 February 1994
While camping in the woods Duncan and Charlie help a frightened young woman and her baby flee from an abusive father-in-law.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan (credit only)
Philip Akin ... Charlie DeSalvo

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson (credit only)

Michelle Thrush ... Sara Lightfoot

Johnny Cuthbert ... Billie Hoskins (as Jon Cuthbert)
Carolyn Dunn ... Nora Fontaine

Ed Lauter ... Avery Hoskins
Doug Abrahams ... Luke Hoskins

Dean Wray ... JJ
Johnna Wright ... Margaret

Season 2, Episode 14: Unholy Alliance: Part 1

21 February 1994
Immortal Xavier St. Cloud has mortals shoot his Immortal opponents so he can take their heads. Joe tells Duncan about the killings to warn him, and soon St. Cloud and his henchmen show up at the dojo. Duncan discovers the supposedly-dead Horton is working with St. Cloud, and Joe knew that Horton was alive. Meanwhile, an army intelligence officer named Renee Delaney gets involved while she is investigating one of the men working with St. Cloud.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan (credit only)
Philip Akin ... Charlie DeSalvo

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson
Roland Gift ... Xavier St. Cloud

Stacey Travis ... Renee Delaney

Peter Hudson ... James Horton
Philippe Agael ... Anton Legris
Terry Barclay ... Rick Davis
J.B. Bivens ... George

Roark Critchlow ... Jason Talbott

Franck Dubosc ... Michel

Beverley Elliott ... Supervisor

James Gerard ... Auric (as Gerard Smurthwaite)
Steven Hilton ... Barton
Judith Maxie ... Surgeon

Alexandra Stewart ... Catherine Legris

Season 2, Episode 15: Unholy Alliance: Part 2

28 February 1994
Renee and Duncan are attracted to each other but both are more interested in finding their quarry. Charlie recovers in the hospital from his gunshot wounds. Joe is torn between his loyalty to family and his friendship for Duncan. Nevertheless, he decides to tell Duncan where Horton and St. Cloud are hiding. Duncan confronts them, but they flee to Paris and Duncan and Renee follow them.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan (credit only)
Philip Akin ... Charlie DeSalvo

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson
Roland Gift ... Xavier St. Cloud

Stacey Travis ... Renee Delaney

Peter Hudson ... James Horton
Michel Modo ... Maurice

France Anglade ... Shop Owner
Manuel Bonnet ... Cavalry Captain
William Cagnard ... Marc Cluny
Denis Fouqueray ... Detective Malle
Pierre Lacan ... Henri Martin
Jean-François Pages ... Luc Bergon

Alexandra Stewart ... Catherine Legris

Alexandra Vandernoot ... Tessa Noel (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 16: The Vampire

7 March 1994
A friend of Duncan's is murdered in his pool. After his wake, Duncan notices an immortal named Nicholas Ward, who had once killed several people Duncan knew, arranging his victims to look like a vampire was responsible.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan (credit only)
Michel Modo ... Maurice (credit only)

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson
Jeremy Brudenell ... Nicholas Ward

Trevor Peacock ... Jacom
Denis Lill ... Alan Baines
Nathalie Presles ... Helene

Tonya Kinzinger ... Juliette
Jack Galloway ... Peter Wells
Peter Vizard ... William Stillwell
Claire Keim ... Waitress
Michel Feller ... Gentleman
Nigel Nevinson ... Doctor
Chrystelle Labaude ... Clerk (as Chrystelle LaBaude)

Season 2, Episode 17: Warmonger

14 March 1994
Security advisor Immortal Arthur Drake kills his President just before the signing of a peace treaty. Journalist Beth Vaughan is suspicious of Drake's claim that a sex partner did the murder. Duncan keeps Eli from shooting Drake at the ballet, and Eli tells Duncan how Drake killed his family. Between Eli and Beth, Duncan is drawn into taking Drake down.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan (credit only)
Michel Modo ... Maurice

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson (credit only)

Peter Firth ... Arthur Drake, aka Drakov

Angeline Ball ... Elizabeth Vaughn
Tom Watson ... Eli Jarmel
Daniel Breton ... Bodyguard
Julie du Page ... Nicole
Dominique Hulin ... Ivan
Alexandre Klimenko ... Bartov
Anna Miasedova ... Katarina
André Oumansky ... President Chescu
Chinko Rafique ... Cashier
Jerzy Rogulski ... Vice President
Frédéric Witta ... Nikov

Season 2, Episode 18: Pharaoh's Daughter

25 April 1994
Duncan interrupts the attempted theft of an Egyptian sarcophagus. Inside, he finds Nefertiri. As Duncan helps her adjust to modern life, they cross paths with Marcus Constantine, who she resents for his part in the Roman domination of Egypt.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan (credit only)
Michel Modo ... Maurice

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson (credit only)

Nia Peeples ... Nefertiri

James Faulkner ... Marcus Constantine
Diane Bellego ... Angela Constantine
Jerry Di Giacomo ... Victor Benedetti

Season 2, Episode 19: Legacy

2 May 1994
Immortal Luther kills Immortal Rebecca by holding her husband hostage. Amanda, who was once taught by Rebecca, visits Duncan to grieve. They learn that Luther believes in a myth which states that the bearer of a magical crystal will be invincible. Realizing that Luther is trying to reassemble the crystal, which Rebecca had separated and given to her disciples, they try to stop him - but not necessarily together. In flashback to 850 AD, Rebecca rescues newly-Immortal Amanda from being burned with other plague victims and teaches her to be Immortal. In flashback to 1635, naive Duncan encounters his first fighting Immortal women, Rebecca and Amanda.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan (credit only)
Michel Modo ... Maurice

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson (credit only)

Elizabeth Gracen ... Amanda Darieux
Emile Abossolo M'bo ... Luther

Nadia Cameron-Blakey ... Rebecca Horne (as Nadia Cameron)
Alan Brandon ... Retailer
Roger Bret ... Vendor
Guy Dhers ... Hooded Man
Bernard Hervé ... Hooded Leader
Pierre Martot ... Raynaud
Joseph Rezwin ... Paul Millet

James Smillie ... John Bowers
Louise Vincent ... Alice Millet

Season 2, Episode 20: Prodigal Son

9 May 1994
Someone is following Richie, killing mortals and making it look like Richie did it, so he goes to Duncan in Paris for help.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan
Michel Modo ... Maurice

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson (credit only)
Michael Siberry ... Martin Hyde
Valérie Steffen ... Inspector Bardot

Nicolas Chagrin ... Segur
Blake Dawson ... Clerk
Xavier Gaillard ... Attendant (as Xavier Jaillard)
Clément Harari ... Scientist
Michèle Seeberger ... Wife

Season 2, Episode 21: Counterfeit: Part 1

16 May 1994
Horton, an old mortal enemy, puts a criminal through plastic surgery to make her look like Tessa.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan
Michel Modo ... Maurice (credit only)

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson (credit only)

Martin Cummins ... Pete Wilder

Peter Hudson ... James Horton
Meilani Paul ... Lisa Halle
Vivienne Avramoff ... Coach
Roger Bizley ... Sheriff
Roger Bret ... Brother Andre
Less Clack ... Doctor
Godfrey James ... Charles Browning
Hugues Profy ... Guard
Bruno Raffaelli ... Police Driver
Peter Rutherford ... Denny Ponance
Jean-Paul Solal ... Alphonso

Alexandra Vandernoot ... Lisa Halle (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 22: Counterfeit: Part 2

23 May 1994
False Tessa sets Duncan up for the final death.

Season 3

Season 3, Episode 1: The Samurai

26 September 1994
A descendant of one of Duncan's teachers comes to him claiming a long-ago promise of help, that pits Duncan against cruel Immortal Michael Kent.

Season 3, Episode 2: Line of Fire

3 October 1994
An old girlfriend of Richie's reappears, claiming he is the father of her son.

Season 3, Episode 3: The Revolutionary

10 October 1994
Immortal Paul Karros, who is leading a group of Balkan revolutionaries, comes to the U.S. to try to obtain arms. When a fellow traveler, Father Stephen, is shot, Duncan becomes suspicious of Karros' agenda. Also, Duncan becomes interested in Anne Lindsey, the doctor who treats Father Stephen . Meanwhile, Charlie takes an interest in Mara, a young woman who is helping Karros with his cause.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan (credit only)

Lisa Howard ... Dr. Anne Lindsey

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson (credit only)
Miguel Fernandes ... Paul Karros

Liliana Komorowska ... Mara
Bernard Cuffling ... Harry Wellfleet

L. Harvey Gold ... Bourchek
Robert Iseman ... Mike

Andrew Kavadas ... Anthony Dourcef

John Novak ... Mason

Lisa Vultaggio ... Elda
Philip Akin ... Charlie DeSalvo (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 4: The Cross of St. Antoine

17 October 1994
Duncan feels guilty because he could not prevent the theft of the jeweled cross or the murder of the priest in whose charge it was, so he pursues the Immortal thief across the years to restore it.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan (credit only)

Lisa Howard ... Dr. Anne Lindsey (credit only)

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson

Elizabeth Gracen ... Amanda Darieux

David Longworth ... Father Peter

Brion James ... Armand Thorne
Charles Andre ... Bellam
Lloyd Berry ... Billows
J.B. Bivens ... George

Jason Gray-Stanford ... Jonah
David Hauka ... Martin Blinder
Willow Johnson ... Miss Welsley
Gerry Rousseau ... Rafe

Season 3, Episode 5: Rite of Passage

24 October 1994
Michelle, the 18-year-old adopted daughter of one of Duncan's friends, is a not-yet-Immortal until she totals her car and wakes up in the morgue. Duncan tries to comfort her grieving parents and teach her about being Immortal, but Immortal Axel wants to use her and eventually take her head, as he has done to other young woman Immortals.

Season 3, Episode 6: Courage

31 October 1994
Immortal Brian Cullen, once Duncan's friend and the best swordsman in Europe, has lost his nerve for fighting and has turned to drugs and alcohol to cope with his problems. After he crashes his car into a bus while chasing after Richie, Duncan attempts to help his old friend get his life together. Also, Duncan asks Anne to dinner after accidentally causing her to fall off her bike while he is jogging.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan

Lisa Howard ... Dr. Anne Lindsey

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson (credit only)

John Pyper-Ferguson ... Brian Cullen (as John Pyper Ferguson)

Stefan Arngrim ... Harry

Mark Acheson ... Laszlo
Marc Baur ... Mike

Peter Bryant ... Orderly

Jennifer Copping ... Katherine

Catherine Lough Haggquist ... Marcia (as Catherine Lough)

Colleen Rennison ... Robin

Jonathan Scarfe ... Kelly

Season 3, Episode 7: The Lamb

7 November 1994
Duncan and Richie come across an immortal who originally died when he was ten years old, and is therefore stuck in a child's body forever. Realizing that he will be an easy target for full-grown immortals, they decide to protect him.

Season 3, Episode 8: Obsession

14 November 1994
Duncan's Immortal friend David Keogh wants to marry Jill, but she is terrified of him and asks Duncan's help to get David to leave her alone.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan

Lisa Howard ... Dr. Anne Lindsey

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson (credit only)

Cameron Bancroft ... David Keogh

Nancy Sorel ... Jill

Sherry Miller ... Sarah Carter

Duncan Fraser ... Mr. Renquist

Laura Harris ... Julia Renquist
Kim Kondrashoff ... Henry Carter
Nancy Sivak ... Ginny

John R. Taylor ... Jake

Season 3, Episode 9: Shadows

21 November 1994
Duncan is having nightmares and hallucinations of fighting against a shadowy figure wearing a dark, hooded robe. When he meets an old Immortal friend, John Garrick, at Garrick's art show, he discovers Garrick had the same hallucination. Anne wants to know why Duncan has no medical history. Will Duncan gain control of his mind, or is there something more to the problem?

Season 3, Episode 10: Blackmail

28 November 1994
A mortal lawyer named Robert Waverly videotapes Duncan beheading another Immortal, then threatens Duncan with exposure unless Duncan kills Waverly's wife. Meanwhile, the cohort of the Immortal who Duncan killed wants revenge.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan

Lisa Howard ... Dr. Anne Lindsey

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson

Bruce Dinsmore ... Robert Waverly

Barbara Tyson ... Barbara Waverly

Anthony De Longis ... Lymon Kurlow
Kelly Fiddick ... Johnny Sondringham

Bill Croft ... Peter Matlin

Adrien Dorval ... Jailer (as P. Adrien Dorval)

Vincent Gale ... Lattimore

Justine Priestley ... Lisa Crane
Gordon Tipple ... Hangman

Season 3, Episode 11: Vendetta

30 January 1995
To save his own life, Immortal Benny Carbassa promises to deliver Duncan to an aging gangster who wants to bury a secret that Duncan knows about. Meanwhile, Anne decides that she won't push Duncan to know more.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan

Lisa Howard ... Dr. Anne Lindsey

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson (credit only)
Tony Rosato ... Benny Carbassa

Ken Pogue ... Simon Lang

Tamara Gorski ... Peggy McCall

Stella Stevens ... Margaret Lang
Edgar Davis Jr. ... Joey
Aurelio DiNunzio ... Sal (as Aurelio Di Nunzio)
Ernie Prentice ... Grey-Haired Man
Michael Sunczyk ... Syd

Season 3, Episode 12: They Also Serve

6 February 1995
Watcher Rita Luce is using Watcher information to help Immortal Michael Christian catch other Immortals when they are helpless so he can take their heads, and Duncan is next on her list. Meanwhile, Joe struggles with his conflicting loyalties to the Watchers and his friendship with Duncan.

Season 3, Episode 13: Blind Faith

13 February 1995
In San Francisco, Immortal-turned-religious-leader John Kirin pushes a man out of the path of an out-of-control car and is hit himself, "dying" in Anne's emergency room. As Anne tells his anxious followers that he didn't make it, he walks up behind her, and they believe that it is a miracle. Duncan is appalled that an Immortal would violate the rules like that and goes looking for Kirin, who he once knew as Cage, an Immortal who always put his greed ahead of the good of mankind. Duncan and Joe don't believe in his conversion, nor does the reporter who is out to prove that Kirin is a fraud. In flashback to 1937 Spain, Duncan is covering the Spanish Civil War with Cage, who sells out the partisans to the fascists. In flashback to 1975 Cambodia, Duncan is trying to get a group of orphans out of danger, but Cage refuses to unload his drugs from a chopper to evacuate the children.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan

Lisa Howard ... Dr. Anne Lindsey

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson

Conrad Dunn ... Matthew

Richard Lynch ... John Kirin / Cage
Dave Cameron ... Todd Milchan
Robert Iseman ... Mike
Celine Lockhart ... Nun
F. Braun McAsh ... Derelict
Alfonso Quijada ... Carlos (as Alfonso Quijada Jr.)

Rav Toor ... Cop (as Ravinder Toor)
Nick Vrataric ... Tim Parriot

Season 3, Episode 14: Song of the Executioner

20 February 1995
Start of the Kalas cycle. Duncan and Anne attend a musical performance by a group of European monks, led by Duncan's old friend Immortal Brother Paul. Paul discovers that Immortal Kalas is the promoter who arranged the tour, so that he could get Paul off holy ground and settle an old score by taking his head. In flashback to 1658 Europe, Duncan finds a monastery run by Brother Paul where Immortals can retreat, and Kalas is the chief singer as well as a copyist. Another visiting Immortal, Timon, gives Duncan "Macbeth" and offers to teach him to read it. Later, Duncan suspects Kalas of treachery, and he and Paul confront Kalas. In modern day, Kalas concentrates on getting to Duncan by hurting those he loves: he frames Anne for the deaths of two patients and Joe for selling drugs at his bar.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan

Lisa Howard ... Dr. Anne Lindsey

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson

David Robb ... Kalas

Eugene Lipinski ... Brother Paul
Paul Bittante ... Detective

Lynda Boyd ... Karen
Allixandra East ... Nurse (as Allixandria East)

Demetri Goritsas ... Timon

Catherine Lough Haggquist ... Marcia (as Catherine Lough)
Vince Metcalfe ... Dan Tarendash

John Tench ... Max Jupe

Season 3, Episode 15: Star-Crossed

27 February 1995
In this continuation of the Kalas cycle, Duncan has fled to Paris and meets up with Hugh Fitzcairn. Fitz is madly in love with Naomi, a fellow culinary instructor at Le Cordon Bleu, but her ex-boyfriend Patrick is determined to win her back no matter how he has to get Fitz out of the way. In flashback to 1637 Verona, Fitz is pursuing the daughter of Duncan's employer, and Duncan is ordered to get Fitz out of the way. In modern day, Kalas has followed Duncan to Paris. Continuing his plan to torment Duncan by hurting the people he loves, Kalas uses Patrick as a pawn to frame Fitz.

Season 3, Episode 16: Methos

6 March 1995
Immortal Kalas is after Methos, the semi-mythical oldest Immortal, to take his head and become indestructible. Duncan is determined to find Methos first.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan

Lisa Howard ... Dr. Anne Lindsey (credit only)

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson

David Robb ... Kalas

Peter Wingfield ... Adam Pierson / Methos

Carmen Chaplin ... Maria Campalo
George Birt ... Don Salzer
Debbie Davis ... Danielle

Charles Maquignon ... Bartender
Olivier Marchal ... Philippe
Jean-François Pages ... Basil Dornin (as Jean Francois Pages)
Ken Samuels ... Roger
Denis Sylvain ... Inspector
Patrice Valota ... Marc Saracen

Season 3, Episode 17: Take Back the Night

24 April 1995
Thugs kill Immortal Ceirdwyn's mortal lover Steven, and she vows revenge. Meanwhile, as Duncan and Maurice are watching Richie at the racetrack a young pickpocket named Paolo, who is the brother of one of Steven's murderers, steals Duncan's wallet, but Duncan catches him and winds up taking him home. On the way, Duncan learns of Ceirdwyn's situation, and he attempts to get Paolo to tell him where the rest of the gang is so that he can stop Ceirdwyn from killing them. Also, Richie pushes his motorcycle racing too hard, and he must deal with the consequences. In flashback to Roman Britain, Ceirdwyn's Pictish tribe attacks Roman soldiers, who decimate them and turn Ceirdwyn Immortal. In flashback to 1746 Scotland, Duncan tries to get Bonnie Prince Charlie safely out of the country, with Ceirdwyn's help.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan

Lisa Howard ... Dr. Anne Lindsey

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson

Kim Johnston Ulrich ... Ceirdwyn
Michel Modo ... Maurice

Ben Pullen ... Bonnie Prince Charlie (as Benjamin Pullen)
Thierry Bois ... Blond Man
David Gregg ... Steven
Ariane Le Roux ... Neva
Marc Edouard Leon ... Paolo
Terence Leroy-Beaulieu ... Mario
Jean-Charles Maratier ... Angus (as John Charles Maratier)
Franck Messin ... Gaston (as Frank Messin)
Antonio Miceli ... Raoul (as Antony Miceli)
Jean-François Pages ... Basil Dornin (as Jean Francois Pages)
Pierre Semmler ... Callum (as Peter Semler)
Olivier Siou ... Laurent

Jonathan Zaccaï ... Louis

Season 3, Episode 18: Testimony

1 May 1995
Anne arrives in France to meet Duncan, but she goes into doctor mode when a young woman collapses behind her in the airport. At the hospital, they discover that the woman was smuggling heroin inside her body for the Russian mob, and that she collapsed because the balloon burst inside her. After a hit man attempts to kill the woman in order to keep her from talking, Anne tries to convince her to testify against the mob boss, but Duncan has second thoughts when he realizes that the boss is Kristov, an immortal he once crossed paths with. Meanwhile, someone recognizes "dead" Richie, so he has to get out of France fast. Also, Anne attempts to come to terms with Duncan's immortality. In flashback to 1750 Russia, Duncan is invited to stay with Kristov's Cossack band, but he is appalled when the Cossacks slaughter a defenseless band of farmers.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan

Lisa Howard ... Dr. Anne Lindsey

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson (credit only)
Lex Daniel ... Kristov (as Alexis Daniel)

Selina Giles ... Tasha
Georges Keyl ... Bohdan
Bertrand Lacy ... Doctor Chandon
Xavier Schliwanski ... Alexei
Lawrence Shore ... Man at Airport

Season 3, Episode 19: Mortal Sins

8 May 1995
When a young foreigner is chased into his Paris church by white supremacists, Father Bernard sees a man he remembers from his youth in Nazi-Occupied France and thought long-dead. In flashback to 1943 Paris, Immortal Ernst Daimler is a Nazi officer and Duncan is part of a Resistance group based at a monastery. While Duncan leads the Resistance group as they ambush a Nazi courier, little Bernard sees him shot, die, and revive, but Duncan binds Bernard to secrecy. In modern day, Father Bernard realizes Daimler is also an Immortal and asks Duncan to help stop Daimler, who is now the leader of a white supremacist group working for a cause within the system. Also, Anne tells Duncan that she is pregnant, but Duncan isn't sure if his lifestyle can allow for raising a child.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan (credit only)

Lisa Howard ... Dr. Anne Lindsey

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson (credit only)

Andrew Woodall ... Ernst Daimler
Roger Bret ... Father Bernard
Claude Berthy ... Father Guillaume
Jean-Claude Deret ... Georges Dalou
Lorànt Deutsch ... Young Georges (as Laurent Deutsch)
Thierry Gary ... Iggy
Georges Janin ... Young Bernard
Pierre Rousselle ... Jean
Lyès Salem ... Aram

Season 3, Episode 20: Reasonable Doubt

15 May 1995
In Paris, Maurice's niece Simone helps her Immortal boyfriend Lucas Kagan with an art heist that leaves two guards dead. Duncan goes to ransom the drawing and insists on meeting the boss. In flashback to 1930 Paris, Duncan is in a bank when Kagan and his Immortal mentor Tarsis rob it, leaving several people shot. Duncan fights Tarsis but lets Kagan off. In modern day, Duncan follows Simone to the bordello where she works, and he finds Kagan there. Kagan refuses to fight Duncan, saying that he might be different if Duncan had mentored him, but he never had a chance, and he asks for Duncan's help in finding redemption.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan (credit only)

Lisa Howard ... Dr. Anne Lindsey (credit only)

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson (credit only)
Paudge Behan ... Lucas Kagan

Géraldine Cotte ... Simone
Michel Modo ... Maurice

Dolores Chaplin ... Clarice

Robert Cavanah ... Franklin Waterman
Jacques Ciron ... Head Clerk
Pierre-Alexis Hollenbeck ... Rudy (as Pierre Alexis Hollenbeck)
Olivier Kandel ... Young Kagan

Richard Lintern ... Tarsis
Azdine Melliti ... Rene (as Azzedine Melliti)
Laurence Mercier ... Woman
Rebecca Potok ... Madame Camille
Didier Terron ... Claude

Season 3, Episode 21: Finale: Part 1

22 May 1995
Amanda helps Kalas escape from prison so she can kill him, but he escapes and kills another Immortal to take his sword. In flashback to Algiers 1653, Xavier St. Cloud kills Duncan's teacher Hamza. In modern day, the widow of a slain Watcher is planning to expose Immortals, and Kalas' thugs capture Amanda.

Season 3, Episode 22: Finale: Part 2

29 May 1995
Kalas kills Christine and her newspaper editor to obtain the computer disk with all Immortal and Watcher records. In 1753 Turkey, harem girl Amanda is about to have her hands chopped off for theft but Duncan rescues her. In modern day, Kalas gives Duncan a choice: let Kalas take his head, or have the Immortal/Watcher information automatically sent to every newspaper in the world. Meanwhile, the Watchers frantically search for Kalas and the disk.

Season 4

Season 4, Episode 1: Homeland

25 September 1995
Someone is robbing graves and sacrificing men in Duncan's homeland of Glenfinnan. In flashback to 1618, Duncan is in love with Debra Campbell, but she is pledged to his cousin Robert. Robert challenges Duncan and is killed. Years later, newly-Immortal Duncan fights Immortal Kanwulf to avenge his father. In modern day, Duncan brings back a bracelet he buried with Debra. He discovers the local priest is really Kanwulf, who threatens to keep killing locals until Duncan returns his axe.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan (credit only)

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson

Kristin Minter ... Rachel MacLeod
Matthew Walker ... Ian MacLeod

Carsten Norgaard ... Kanwulf
Forbes Angus ... Constable
Ewan 'Sudsy' Clark ... George Lalonde

Anna Hagan ... Mary MacLeod

Laurie Holden ... Debra Campbell
Andrew MacGregor ... Donal
Scott McNeil ... Robert MacLeod
Billy Mitchell ... Brian McSwain

Robert Moloney ... Kevin McSwain

Gerard Plunkett ... James Bailey
William Samples ... Bruce
John Tierney ... Angus

Season 4, Episode 2: Brothers in Arms

21 October 1995
Duncan and Joe arrive at the San Francisco airport, where Duncan encounters Immortal Andrew Cord being shot by a masked man - who turns out to be Charlie DeSalvo. Joe recognizes Charlie's intended Immortal victim as a former platoon-mate from Viet Nam, a soldier dedicated to maintaining unit solidarity and who saved Joe's life, but who is now selling defective weapons to Charlie & Mara's Balkan revolutionaries. Duncan is torn between loyalty to Charlie and Joe's loyalty to Cord.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan (credit only)

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson

Wolfgang Bodison ... Andrew Cord
Philip Akin ... Charlie DeSalvo

Liliana Komorowska ... Mara

Chris Bradford ... Young Joe Dawson
Garrison Christiohn ... Dr. Weldon (as Garrison Christjohn)
Jeffrey Renn ... Young Ian Bancroft
Mercedes Tang ... Vietnamese Woman

Season 4, Episode 3: The Innocent

9 October 1995
Richie finds Immortal Mikey, a railroad-fascinated autistic man, wandering after Immortal Alan, Mikey's last protector, is killed. Richie and Duncan take Mikey in, but he is a trouble magnet, and the Immortal who killed his protector is now after him. Also, Duncan buys a decrepit house. In flashback to 1868 Dakota Territory, Duncan interferes with a white man beating an Indian boy.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson (credit only)

Pruitt Taylor Vince ... Mikey

Callum Keith Rennie ... Tyler King
George Austin ... Anderson
Hagan Beggs ... Doc Hobbs
Craig Bruhnanski ... Sheriff (as Craig Brunanski)

Chilton Crane ... Helen Wells

Philip Maurice Hayes ... Alan Wells (as Philip Hayes)
Terry Howson ... Water Delivery Man

Dwight McFee ... Jack Spice
Darryl Shackelly ... Chaske
Lisa Stadnykova ... Passing woman
Patrick Stevenson ... Lockport
Bobby Stewart ... Officer Winston
Jason Calder ... Cop (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 4: Leader of the Pack

16 October 1995
Immortal Canus is using attack dogs to injure Immortals so he can easily take their heads, and Duncan is his next target. Meanwhile, Richie encounters the young man who killed Tessa and made him Immortal, and demands vengeance. In flashback to 1785 England, Canus has his dogs hunting a young boy and McLeod kills one.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson

Louis Ferreira ... Canus (as Justin Louis)
Travis MacDonald ... Mark Roszca

Venus Terzo ... Valerie Meech

Rachel Hayward ... The Duchess
Jenafor Ryane ... Alicia
Kim Restell ... Julie

Yee Jee Tso ... Gerald
Greg Rogers ... Detective Sheridan

Veena Sood ... Shandra Devane
Christopher Gaze ... Sheriff

Michael Dobson ... Cop

Christopher Lovick ... Shepherd

Alexandra Vandernoot ... Tessa Noel (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 5: Double Eagle

23 October 1995
In flashback to 1888 San Francisco, Amanda wins Immortal Kit's casino from him at poker. In modern day, still hating each other, Amanda comes to visit Duncan the same day Kit appears in town, desperate to buy a racehorse named Double Eagle. When Kit and Amanda wind up joint owners of Double Eagle, the fireworks start.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson (credit only)

Elizabeth Gracen ... Amanda Darieux

Nicholas Campbell ... Kit O'Brady

Garvin Cross ... Ray

Tim Henry ... Jim Rainey
Tony Marr ... Laundry Worker
Mario Azzopardi ... The Count (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 6: Reunion

30 October 1995
Kenny, the Immortal in a child's body, has returned. He runs to Anne for help when Immortal Terence Kincaid is after him, and she calls Duncan. In flashback to 1778 South Pacific, Kincaid is the self-absorbed captain of the ship Duncan works on. When mutineers want to behead Captain Kincaid, Duncan convinces them to maroon him on a deserted island instead. In modern day, Kenny and Amanda turn out to know each other. In flashback to 1182 England, Amanda finds newly-Immortal Kenny after his family has been killed by Normans and teaches him. In modern day, having Kenny to care for makes Amanda feel like they have a family, and she wants to keep Kenny around. However, Duncan, remembering how Kenny tried to kill him and Anne, isn't so sure that keeping him around is a good idea.

Season 4, Episode 7: The Colonel

6 November 1995
Duncan is kidnapped on orders of "the Colonel." Amanda takes a young thief under her wing who starts mimicking her appearance. In flashback to 1918 France, Duncan is unable to prevent glory-seeking immortal Colonel Killian from leading a charge after he's been told that the war is over, but Duncan's testimony convicts Killian at a court-martial. Duncan then asks for Killian's death sentence to be commuted to life in a criminal asylum. In present day, Killian's thugs kidnap Melissa thinking she's Amanda, and Killian leaves Duncan in a cell in an abandoned building.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan (credit only)

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson

Elizabeth Gracen ... Amanda Darieux
Sean Allan ... Colonel Simon Killian
Lisa Stadnykova ... Melissa (as Lisa Butler)
Dave 'Squatch' Ward ... Cisco
Antony Holland ... The General

Sean Campbell ... Sgt. Merton
Christine Upright-Letain ... Andrea Henson

Season 4, Episode 8: Reluctant Heroes

13 November 1995
Duncan and Richie foil an attempted murder by Immortal Kinman, but the intended victim's wife is killed by a stray bullet, and Richie doesn't understand why Duncan won't testify against Kinman. In flashback to 1712 England, Duncan is unable to prevent Kinman from goading a young friend into a duel and then killing him. Meanwhile, in present day, the victim's husband calls Duncan a coward for refusing to testify.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson (credit only)

Peter Outerbridge ... Paul Kinman

Kevin McNulty ... David Markum

Jill Teed ... Kayla Brooks
Eileen Barrett ... Alice Markum

Peter Bryant ... Cop
Nicola Cavendish ... Queen Anne
Stephen Dimopoulos ... Vince Petrovic

Fred Henderson ... Desantis
Kevin Lesmister ... Earl of Welsley
Tony Scanling ... Lord Keating

Season 4, Episode 9: The Wrath of Kali

20 November 1995
Duncan and Richie attend the opening of an exhibit featuring the Bengal Kali, a bronze statue sacred to the now-extinct Indian assassin cult of Thuggees. Immortal Kamir, last of the Thuggees, is determined to reclaim the Kali for India, and he wants Duncan's help. In flashback to 1764 British-Occupied India, Duncan is trying to track down the Thuggees and prevents young widow Vashti from committing suttee on her dead husband's pyre. In present day, Duncan discovers Kamir has killed a mortal to reclaim the Kali, but Kamir insists Duncan not judge him, for he is a priest of Kali.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson (credit only)

Veena Sood ... Shandra Devane

Brent Stait ... Colonel Ramsey

Molly Parker ... Alice Ramsey

Suleka Mathew ... Vashti (as Sue Mathew)

Kabir Bedi ... Kamir
Alec Willows ... Martin Millay

Season 4, Episode 10: Chivalry

27 November 1995
Immortal Kristin is killing mortals, which Duncan hates but he cannot make himself take her head because they were once lovers.

Season 4, Episode 11: Timeless

29 January 1996
Immortal Walter Graham is trying to kill pre-Immortal Claudia Jardine, a brilliant pianist, so that she will remain young and at her creative peak forever. In flashback to England 1663, Duncan and Graham are traveling players, and Walter regrets his ability to recognize brilliance while lacking genius of his own. Meanwhile, Methos falls in love with Alexa and is devastated when Joe tells him she is terminally ill.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan (credit only)

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson

Peter Wingfield ... Adam Pierson / Methos
Ron Halder ... Walter Graham
Ocean Hellman ... Alexa Bond

Rae Dawn Chong ... Claudia Jardine

Brent Fidler ... Jeremy Beaufort
David MacKay ... Gremio

Season 4, Episode 12: The Blitz

5 February 1996
Duncan and Anne aid victims during a modern-day tragedy. In flashbacks to WWII London, Duncan and his mortal girlfriend Diane are trapped under a collapsed building.

Lisa Howard ... Dr. Anne Lindsey

Duncan Fraser ... Fire Chief

Beverley Elliott ... Karen

Alison Moir ... Diane Terrin

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson (credit only)
Dave Adams ... Emcee (as David Adams)

Tim Dixon ... Harry
George Gordon ... French Officer
Robert Iseman ... Mike

Byron Lawson ... Second Rescuer
Tracy Olson ... Lord Sewell
Brent Sheppard ... Rescuer (as Brent J.D. Sheppard)

Season 4, Episode 13: Something Wicked

12 February 1996
Duncan's Immortal friend Jim Coltec has killed one too many evil Immortals and has become the victim of a Dark Quickening. If Duncan has to take Coltec's head, will the Dark Quickening overpower him as well?
Byron Chief-Moon ... Jim Coltec

Ben Ratner ... Bryce Korland (as Benjamin Ratner)

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson
Carl Chase ... Robert Davis

Colin Foo ... Clerk
Michael Gall ... Tall Beatnik

Darcy Laurie ... Harry Kant
Dan Muldoon ... Captain
Carla Temple ... Denise

Season 4, Episode 14: Deliverance

19 February 1996
Duncan, still under the influence of the Dark Quickening, arrives in France. In flashback to 1917 France, Duncan is an ambulance driver and his Immortal friend Sean Burns psychoanalyzes the mental victims. In present day, Methos and Sean Burns try to get through to Duncan.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan (credit only)

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson (voice)

Kristin Minter ... Rachel MacLeod

Peter Wingfield ... Adam Pierson / Methos
Michael J. Jackson ... Sean Burns
Julien Bizot ... Driver
Geoffroy Boutan ... Claude Massanet
Patrick Burgel ... Albert
Valéria Cavalli ... Dominique Davis
Carl Chase ... Robert Davis
Morgan Cooke ... Antoine

Season 4, Episode 15: Promises

26 February 1996
Duncan saves the life of President Hamad, a visiting politician, whose assistant is Immortal Kassim. But it turns out Kassim was arranging the assassination of the cruel Hamad to allow Nasir, descendant of the Moorish kings Kassim served, to take over the government. Now Kassim wants Duncan to kill Hamad in order to repay an old debt that Duncan owes him.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan (credit only)

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson (credit only)

Kristin Minter ... Rachel MacLeod

Ricco Ross ... Kassim

Benjamin Feitelson ... Nasir Al Deneb (as Ben Feitelson)

Vernon Dobtcheff ... Hamad
Soumaya Akaaboune ... Aliya

Karim Saleh ... Boadin Al Deneb (as Karim Salah)

Tomer Sisley ... Reza
Dine Souli ... Official

Peta Wilson ... Inspector

Season 4, Episode 16: Methuselah's Gift

28 April 1996
Someone is willing to do anything to put the Methuselah Stone back together and use its power -- and Amanda has the last piece.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan (credit only)

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson (credit only)

Elizabeth Gracen ... Amanda Darieux

Peter Wingfield ... Adam Pierson / Methos
Anthony Hyde ... Nathan Stern

Jamie Harris ... Daniel Geiger

Nadia Cameron-Blakey ... Rebecca Horne (as Nadia Cameron)
Guy Amram ... Kelly
Patrick Serraf ... Man

Season 4, Episode 17: The Immortal Cimoli

29 April 1996
Magician Danny Cimoli is delighted to discover he cannot die and promptly incorporates being killed into his act. When Duncan tries to teach Danny about Immortals and defending himself, Danny doesn't take Duncan seriously.

Elizabeth Gracen ... Amanda Darieux

Crispin Bonham-Carter ... Danny Cimoli (as Crispin Bonham Carter)
Simon Kunz ... Damon Case

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan (credit only)

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson (credit only)
Véronique Baylaucq ... Annie
Stéphane Boucher ... Edward Bellamy

Tim Holmes ... Immortal (as T.C. Holmes)
Roger Lumont ... Marco Mastina
Patrick Mille ... Jean-Philippe de Lefaye III
Louise Vincent ... Lina Cimoli

Season 4, Episode 18: Through a Glass Darkly

6 May 1996
In flashback to 1700's Scotland, Duncan and Immortal Warren Cochrane are among those fighting for Bonnie Prince Charlie. But only Duncan eventually realizes that the Scots must abandon the prince or be slaughtered in one mismanaged battle after another. In modern day, Goddard is paranoid and confused. He has forgotten he is Immortal. As Duncan helps him remember his past, he remembers that he blames Duncan for Charlie's failure to capture the Scottish and English thrones.

Peter Wingfield ... Adam Pierson / Methos

Dougray Scott ... Warren Goddard / Cochrane
Gresby Nash ... Andrew Donnelly

Struan Rodger ... Bonnie Prince Charlie

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan (credit only)

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson (credit only)
Luc Bernard ... Inspector Deon
Shannon Finnegan ... Sarah
Laura Marine ... Nancy Goddard
F. Braun McAsh ... Innkeeper
George Salmon ... James

Season 4, Episode 19: Double Jeopardy

28 April 1997
When an Immortal uses poison gas to rob a jewelry store, killing several mortals, Duncan recognizes the MO of Xavier St. Cloud, who is dead -- isn't he?

Stacey Travis ... Renee Delaney

Marc Warren ... Morgan D'Estaing
Roland Gift ... Xavier St.Cloud

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan (credit only)

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson (credit only)
Philippe Bouclet ... Philippe D'Estaing
David Gabison ... Manager
Pascal Laurent ... Hastings
Richard Lukas ... Detective
Jean-Paul Muel ... Inspector Dufay
Stan Reitz ... Bernard d'Estaing
Hester Wilcox ... Angela

Season 4, Episode 20: Till Death

13 May 1996
The de Valcourts are two Immortals who have been married, to each other, for two centuries. When their 300th anniversary turns into a marital battle and they separate, Duncan and Hugh try to get them together again.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan (credit only)

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson (credit only)

Peter Wingfield ... Adam Pierson / Methos
Jeremy Brudenell ... Robert de Valicourt
Cécile Pallas ... Gina de Valicourt

Roger Daltrey ... Hugh Fitzcairn
Michel Feller ... Footman
Michael J. Jackson ... Sean Burns

Season 4, Episode 21: Judgment Day

20 May 1996
Jack Shapiro tricks Joe into coming to Paris to face a Watcher trial. Duncan tracks Joe down, complicating Joe's situation even though he is trying to help. Meanwhile, Immortal Jacob Galati is tracking down and killing Watchers.

Peter Wingfield ... Adam Pierson / Methos
Jesse Joe Walsh ... Jack Shapiro

Graham McTavish ... Charlie
Steven Tremblay ... Jacob Galati (as Stephen Tremblay)

Adrian Paul ... Duncan 'Duncan MacLeodMac / Highlander' MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan (credit only)

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson
Nicolas Bonnefous ... Gate Guard
Benjamin Boyer ... David Shapiro
Danielle Durou ... Realtor
Christine Riviere ... Nadia

Season 4, Episode 22: One Minute to Midnight

23 September 1996
Continuation of "Judgment Day." The Watchers believe Duncan has been killing Watchers, with Joe's help. They are trying to kill both men, while Duncan tries to identify the real killer, another Immortal. In flashback to 1847 Europe, Duncan's Immortal gypsy friend Jacob Galati kills a mortal who raped Jacob's Immortal wife Irina, and he is promptly hanged by the gypsy-hating townspeople. In modern day, Jacob saves Duncan from a Watcher and tells him Horton's renegade Watchers killed Irina. Can Duncan and Methos stop the feuding before anyone else is killed?

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan (credit only)

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson

Peter Wingfield ... Adam Pierson / Methos
Steven Tremblay ... Jacob Galati (as Stephen Tremblay)
Jesse Joe Walsh ... Jack Shapiro

Romina Mondello ... Irina Galati
Zoltan Csala ... Guard
Yan Epstein ... Jean Dumar
Michel Feller ... Mikel
Xavier Gaillard ... Magistrate (as Xavier Jaillard)
Manuel Guillot ... Emile

Peter Hudson ... James Horton
Olivier Vitrant ... Watcher

Season 5

Season 5, Episode 1: Prophecy

30 September 1996
In flashback to the Scottish highlands, a young Duncan hunts a wolf in a fey forest and finds Cassandra, an Immortal who is thought to be a witch by the Clan MacLeod. Back in modern San Francisco, Duncan and Cassandra reunite when Cassandra is convinced that Duncan is the one to fulfill an ancient prophecy, but her enemy Roland, an Immortal with the ability to hypnotize people as he speaks to them, is determined to finish Duncan before he can.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan (credit only)

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson (credit only)

Tracy Scoggins ... Cassandra
Jeremy Beck ... Young Duncan MacLeod
Matthew Walker ... Ian MacLeod (as Mathew Walker)

Gerard Plunkett ... Roland Kantos
Allan Clow ... Neil MacGregor

Anna Hagan ... Mary Macleod
Deryl Hayes ... Andrew Beckmann
Tom Heaton ... Old Tom
Cluny MacPherson ... Robert Macleod
Kasper Michaels ... Partner
Ernie Pitts ... Cop

Carolyn Adair ... Witch (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 2: The End of Innocence

7 October 1996
Richie is haunted by bitter dreams of Duncan trying to kill him, burying his fear by picking fights. Duncan is haunted by the need to eliminate his friendship with Watcher Joe. But when one of Richie's Immortal victims turns out to have been the protégé of Immortal Haresh Clay, Duncan and Joe between them may not be able to save Richie.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson
Chris Humphreys ... Graham Ashe

Chris William Martin ... Carter Wellan (as Chris Martin)

Réal Andrews ... Haresh Clay

Rachel Hayward ... Delila

Gary Jones ... Hotel Guest
Gerry Rousseau ... Raymond Fairchild

Season 5, Episode 4: Manhunt

14 October 1996
Immortal Carl Robinson has a great baseball career until he is seen killing another Immortal and forced to run for his life. He asks Duncan for help, but when another man is arrested for the murder, Duncan becomes Carl's conscience as Immortal police detective Matthew McCormick pursues Carl. In flashback to 1859 Louisiana, Carl is a runaway slave, again fleeing for his life. McCormick helps Carl but Carl eventually kills some slaver friends of McCormick's.

Bruce A. Young ... Carl Robinson

Eric Keenleyside ... Trey Franks

Eric McCormack ... Matthew McCormick

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan (credit only)

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson (credit only)
Jo Bates ... Glenda
Stephen Dimopoulos ... Seth Hobart
Kevin Hansen ... Clayton Hobart
James Leard ... Detective Frayne (as Jim Leard)

Aaron Pearl ... Corman
Chris Villaruel ... Fan

Rhys Williams ... Talbot

Season 5, Episode 5: Glory Days

21 October 1996
Duncan encounters Johnny K, who he last knew as a small-time hood during Prohibition. Since Johnny is now a professional assassin, he decides Duncan must die before he can identify Johnny. Meanwhile, Joe is flabbergasted when an old girlfriend appears in his bar and is apparently interested in rekindling the old flame.

Ian Tracey ... Johnny 'K' Kelly

Marcia Strassman ... Betsy Fields

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson
Mario Battista ... Big Gino
James Crescenzo ... Mr. Luca (as Jim Crescenzo)
Bob Dawson ... O'Grady
Aurelio DiNunzio ... Guard
Philip Heinrich ... Bobby

Michael Kopsa ... Tommy (as Mike Kopsa)
Larry Morrison ... Roadie

Robin Mossley ... Jimmy the Weasel
Bob Wilde ... Dominic Delio

Season 5, Episode 6: Dramatic License

28 October 1996
Carolyn Marsh is a romance author whose latest book features the exploits of a hero named Duncan MacLeod and a villain named Terence Coventry, the name of another Immortal who Duncan knows -- and who Carolyn knows well. As Carolyn puts the moves on Duncan and tries to convince him to help promote the book, she gets into a catfight with Amanda. Meanwhile, Terence is furious at Carolyn for portraying him as a villain.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan (credit only)

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson (credit only)

Elizabeth Gracen ... Amanda Darieux

Alastair Duncan ... Terence Coventry

Sandra Bernhard ... Carolyn Marsh
Keith Holmgren ... Gerald

Stephen J.M. Sisk ... Tim (as Stephen Sisk)

April Telek ... Roxanne
Sheila Tyson ... Assistant

Laurie Holden ... Debra Campbell (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 7: Money No Object

4 November 1996
When Amanda disappears into a van after a robbery, Richie thinks she has been kidnapped and goes after her. He finds her with Cory Raines, an old acquaintance of Duncan's and Amanda's who has always brought them trouble. Unfortunately for everyone involved, the money that Cory stole belongs to a mobster, and he wants his money back. In flashback to 1926, Amanda leaves Duncan and their circus act to join Cory on a bank-robbing spree.

Elizabeth Gracen ... Amanda Darieux

Tim Henry ... Detective Dennis Tynan

Tom McBeath ... Sam Grinkhov

Nicholas Lea ... Cory Raines

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson (credit only)

Alex Bruhanski ... Reynaldo
John Moore ... Farmer

Season 5, Episode 8: Haunted

11 November 1996
In flashback to 1880s San Francisco, Duncan's Immortal friend Alec mourns the murder of his young wife Genevieve by Kragen, but is convinced her spirit is still around. In modern day, Alec has been killed by Kragen, but his mortal widow Jennifer is convinced that Alec's spirit can't leave until Duncan keeps his promise to kill Kragen.
Kevin Conway ... Alec Hill

John Novak ... Gerard Kragen

Kathy Evison ... Jennifer Hill

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson

Larke Miller ... Woman
Lisa Stadnykova ... Geneviève (as Lisa Butler)

Season 5, Episode 9: Little Tin God

18 November 1996
Immortal Larca is killing young people who will turn Immortal, then making them believe he is God and has raised them from the dead to defeat his enemy Satan, aka Duncan.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan (credit only)

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson

Andrew Divoff ... Gavriel Larca
Nathaniel DeVeaux ... Reverand Thomas Bell

Roger Cross ... Derek Worth (as Roger R. Cross)

Steve Bacic ... Luke
Terry Barclay ... Paco

Kira Clavell ... Coyantu
Christopher Racasa ... Enrique (as Christopher J.P. Racasa)

Season 5, Episode 10: The Messenger

25 November 1996
An Immortal "Messenger" of pacifism, who pretends to be Methos to give his message weight, preaches peace between Immortals. Richie becomes his latest convert and tries to convince Duncan to stop taking heads as well -- right when Duncan encounters William Everett Culbraith, the Immortal former commander of Andersonville prison, where Duncan suffered part of the Civil War and lost a good friend. The "Messenger" also tries to convert disillusioned Culbraith, whose bloodlust is unquenchable due to a personal tragic loss he himself suffered during the war. Has the "Messenger" met his match? Meanwhile, Joe discovers that the "Messenger" has left a trail of dead Immortals behind him, when those he convinced of peace encounter those still fighting and fail to convince them to quit The Game. Will Richie be the next victim?

Ron Perlman ... The Messenger

Peter Wingfield ... Adam Pierson / Methos
Robert Wisden ... Col. William Everett Culbraith

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson
Awaovieyi Agie ... Jeffrey
Lloyd Berry ... Harry the Boat Guy
Mitch Davies ... Captain Greenwell
Patrick Thomas Gorman ... Sergeant Hickson (as Patrick T. Gorman)

Season 5, Episode 11: The Valkyrie

27 January 1997
In flashback, Duncan and Immortal Ingrid tackle the Nazis in 1935 Germany. In modern day, Ingrid has assassinated a Russian politician and Duncan wants to stop her from killing her next target, an American white-power advocate.
Dean Balkwill ... German Dissident

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson

Fulvio Cecere ... Alan Wilkinson
Martin Evans ... Colonel Stauffenburg
Raoul Ganeev ... Guard

L. Harvey Gold ... Igor Stefanovich

Peter Hanlon ... Karl Brandt
Noah Heney ... Brownshirt #1
Patrick Keating ... Adolph Hitler
James Leard ... Detective Robert Frayne (as Jim Leard)

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Jan Tríska ... Nicolae Breslaw

Musetta Vander ... Ingrid Henning

Peter Wingfield ... Adam Pierson / Methos

Season 5, Episode 12: Comes a Horseman

3 February 1997
In flashback to 1867 Texas, Duncan is part of a posse after Immortal Koren and his gang of raiders. In modern day, Duncan's friend Immortal Cassandra is also after Koren, but she tells Duncan he is also Kronos, one of the Four Horsemen who brought terror and death to mankind through the ages. Meanwhile, Cassandra reveals Methos was also one of the Horsemen, which shocks Duncan into ending their friendship.

Season 5, Episode 13: Revelation 6:8

10 February 1997
Sequel to 'Comes a Horseman.' Methos leads Kronos to the remaining two horsemen, and the four of them plan to destroy humanity via a water-borne virus.

Season 5, Episode 14: The Ransom of Richard Redstone

17 February 1997
Richie, posing as an American millionaire, winds up kidnapped by a charming French girl who needs 200,000 francs to save the family château.
Sonja Codhant ... Marina Lemartin
Tom Russell ... Edward Cervain

Gary Hetherington ... Carlo Capodimonte

Frank Middlemass ... Baron Lemartin

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson (credit only)
Georges Gay ... George the Parking Attendent
Sylvain Rougerie ... James Foulard
Matthew Thompson ... James
Astrid Veillon ... Desiree

Season 5, Episode 15: Duende

24 February 1997
In 1971, Otavio Consone killed Anna's fiancé and the father of her unborn child. In modern day, Consone is pursuing Anna's grown daughter, and Duncan is suspicious of Consone's motives.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson (credit only)
Deborah Epstein ... Luisa Hidalgo

Carmen Du Sautoy ... Anna Hidalgo

Dolores Chaplin ... Theresa del Gloria

Anthony De Longis ... Otavio Consone
Claudie Arif ... Duenna
Felipe Calvarro ... Rafael
Elsa Franco ... Isabella

Monique Messine ... Housekeeper
Elisa Tovati ... Gilda (as Elisa Tonati)
Arturo Venegas ... Don Diego del Gloria
Marie Vernalde ... Young Anna

Season 5, Episode 16: The Stone of Scone

21 April 1997
In flashback, Hugh Fitzcairn tricks Duncan into helping steal the crown jewels; in modern day, Duncan tricks Amanda into helping to steal the Stone of Scone so he can return it to Scotland.
Barnaby Apps ... Patrick
David Barrass ... Harry

Paul Barrett ... The Bobby

Michael Culkin ... Bernie Crimmins

Roger Daltrey ... Hugh Fitzcairn

Elizabeth Gracen ... Amanda Darieux
Harry Jones ... Andrew

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod
Neville Phillips ... Butler
Colin David Reese ... Uriah (as Colin Reese)
Valerie Ann Wyss ... Barmaid

Season 5, Episode 18: Forgive Us Our Trespasses

5 May 1997
The bloody Scottish attempt to put Bonnie Prince Charlie on the English throne in 1746 brings Immortal Steven Keane to seek revenge on Duncan in modern-day Paris.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Elizabeth Gracen ... Amanda Darieux

Peter Wingfield ... Adam Pierson / Methos

Chris Larkin ... Steven Keane
Geoffrey Bateman ... Richard Dunbar
Michael J. Jackson ... Sean Burns
Marine Jolivet ... Inspector Begue
Barbara Keogh ... Grandmother

Season 5, Episode 19: The Modern Prometheus

12 May 1997
Duncan visits Lord Byron and the Shelleys, inspiring Mary Shelley to write 'Frankenstein.'

Season 5, Episode 20: Archangel

19 May 1997
An archaeologist whose research predicts the imminent release of a thousand-year evil also predicts the champion who can defeat it: Duncan MacLeod.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Stan Kirsch ... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson
Patrick Gordon ... Immortal Hermit

Peter Hudson ... Horton / Ahriman
Edward Jewesbury ... Jason Landry

Valentine Pelka ... Kronos / Ahriman
Emily Raymond ... Allison Landry
Pierre Roussel ... Detective
Michel Scourneau ... Cemetary Official

Peter Wingfield ... Adam Pierson / Methos

Season 6

Season 6, Episode 1: Avatar

5 October 1997
Ahriman continues to torment Duncan by killing mortals. He re-animates his latest victim to serve him, threatening to kill her brother if she does not cooperate.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson

Rachel Shelley ... Sophie Baines

Danny Dyer ... Andrew Baines
Odile Cohen ... Anna

Peter Hudson ... Horton / Ahriman
Fethi Zouaoui ... Flower Vendor
Léonard Guillain ... Mover
Nathalie Radovic ... Morgue Employee

Stan Kirsch ... Richie Ryan (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 2: Armageddon

12 October 1997
Duncan may have found the key to defeating the demon, but will he have the courage to use it?

Terence Beesley ... Jackie Beaufort

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson

Peter Hudson ... Horton / Ahriman

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Valentine Pelka ... Kronos / Ahriman
Dudley Sutton ... Father Robert

Jean-Yves Tual ... Ahriman (as Jean-Yves Thual)

Season 6, Episode 3: Sins of the Father

19 October 1997
Immortal Alex couldn't keep the Nazis from killing her Jewish love, so she aids his son in righting a wrong done to a group of murdered Jews from the Warsaw ghetto, killing one of Duncan's friends in the process.

Dean Cook ... Young Max Leiner
Charles Daish ... Grant Thomas

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Ian Richardson ... Max Leiner
John Scarborough ... George Thomas
Joe Searby ... Gerard LeBlanc

Jay Simon ... Cameron
Aaron Swartz ... David Leiner
Dara Tomanovich ... Alex Raven

Season 6, Episode 4: Diplomatic Immunity

26 October 1997
Duncan is torn when the wife of one friend is killed by another friend, ho happens to be the son of a foreign diplomat and beyond the reach of law.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Paul Bandey ... Swinson

Ed Bishop ... Edward Banner
Jasper Britton ... Willie Kingsley

Alexis Denisof ... Steve Banner

Anita Dobson ... Molly Kingsley
Edward Hamilton-Clark ... U.S. Guard
Martin Jaubert ... Butler
Malcolm Rennie ... Smythe
Cameron K. Smith ... Thug
Paula Jane Ulrich ... Young Molly

Season 6, Episode 5: Patient Number 7

2 November 1997
Immortal Kyra develops hysterical amnesia after she fails to prevent the murder of a judge she was hired to protect and then fell in love with. Fortunately, she runs into old friend Duncan before her would-be killers find her.
Emile Abossolo M'bo ... Jocko
Robert William Bradford ... Hospital Guard (as Robert Bradford)
Antonia Corrigan ... Little Girl

Alice Evans ... Kyra
Michael Halsey ... Milos Vladic
Mark Leadbetter ... Gaston

Steven Lyon ... Zep (as Steve Lyon)

Nabil Massad ... Vendor
Michael Morris ... Businessman

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod
Stéphane Petit ... Lazlo
Donald Standen ... Richard Albright

Season 6, Episode 6: Black Tower

9 November 1997
Duncan's date is kidnapped to lure him into a deadly game: he must rescue her before any of Immortal Marek's hired killers can find and kill him.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Andrew Bicknell ... Devon Marek
Alain Creff ... Benoit
Julius D'Silva ... Brother #2
Luke D'Silva ... Brother #1
Adam Henderson ... William Robert Shemp
Alexi Kaye Campbell ... Dice
Rochelle Redfield ... Margo

Season 6, Episode 7: Unusual Suspects

16 November 1997
When Immortal Hugh Fitzcairn is "murdered," he challenges Duncan to identify his killer while he gets in the way.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod

Elizabeth Gracen ... Amanda Darieux (credit only)

Peter Wingfield ... Adam Pierson / Methos (credit only)

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson (credit only)

Roger Daltrey ... Hugh Fitzcairn
Cleo Rocos ... Juliette Fitzcairn
Hugh Simon ... Tynebridge

Nicholas Clay ... Loxley
Malcolm Rennie ... Drimble
Claire Keim ... Marie
Christophe Guybet ... Pierre

Season 6, Episode 8: Justice

23 November 1997
Duncan has a new fencing partner who invites him out to lunch. Shortly thereafter Duncan foils an attempt by another Immortal, Katia, to kill his partner. Amid two different sides of the story Duncan struggles to find the truth.
Diane Bellego ... Elena Moreno
Franck Boclet ... P.I.
Bernard Chabin ... Jose
Rita Ghosn ... Mia
Godfrey James ... Frederick of Godfrey

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod
Matthew Radford ... William of Godfrey
Tobias Raineri ... Ramon Castillo
Grant Russell ... Armando Baptista

Justina Vail ... Katya / Cara

Season 6, Episode 9: Deadly Exposure

31 January 1998
Immortal bounty hunter Reagan is trying to enjoy a vacation in Paris when she witnesses the murder of a photographer who accidentally took a picture of an elusive terrorist, and she needs Duncan's help to unravel the story.
Michel Albertini ... Raphael Vega

Bob Cryer ... Murphy
Sam Douglas ... Baxter
Christian Erickson ... Jack Kendall

Sandra Hess ... Reagan
Dave Hill ... Rowan Mitchell
Monty Jordan ... Bounty Hunter
Gunilla Karlzen ... Celine

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod
Brian Protheroe ... Bannock
Doug Rand ... Comic
Bogdan E. Stanoevitch ... Sears
Valerie-Anne Wyss ... Female News Reporter

Season 6, Episode 10: Two of Hearts

2 February 1998
Immortal Katherine's village was decimated 700 years ago at the orders of another Immortal. Now she and her mortal lover are finally in a position to take revenge.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod (credit only)
Boris Anderssen ... Mr. Faith
Véronique Baylaucq ... Secretary
Norman Chancer ... Caruso

Claudia Christian ... Katherine
Rowena Cooper ... Berta Symes
Jack Ellis ... Bartholomew

Elizabeth Gracen ... Amanda Darieux (credit only)
Steven O'Shea ... Nick

Patrick Rameau ... Bertrand
Olivier Widmaier Picasso ... Checco (as Olivier Picasso)

Season 6, Episode 11: Indiscretions

3 May 1998
Adam Pierson aka Methos tries to avenge the sufferings inflicted by Immortal Morgan Walker on helpless victims over several hundred years.

Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod (credit only)
Marc Andréoni ... Sailor
Benedick Blythe ... Morgan Walker

Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson

Paris Jefferson ... Toni
David Saracino ... Beck
Deborah Steele ... Marisa
Louise J. Taylor ... Amy

Paulette P. Williams ... Charlotte (as Paulette Williams)

Peter Wingfield ... Adam Pierson / Methos

Season 6, Episode 12: To Be

10 May 1998
When Amanda and Joe are captured by Immortal Liam O'Rourke, Duncan surrenders himself to save their lives. But a gunfight leaves him in a netherworld where he never lived, with Fitz as his guide.

Season 6, Episode 13: Not to Be

17 May 1998
Duncan's tour of the Duncan-less world continues with Tessa, who is living an empty married life, and other friends who are living equally sad lives.

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