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Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4
Year: 1994 | 1995 | 1996 | 1997 | 1998 | 1999


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 0: Pilot

23 April 1994
After the murder of his father in the Yukon, Fraser, a RCMP constable, follows the killer's tracks all the way to Chicago where he meets Ray, a Chicago PD detective. Together they continue their search for the truth and justice.

Paul Gross ... Constable Benton Fraser

David Marciano ... Ray Vecchio
Wendel Meldrum ... Leann Brighton

Chuck Shamata ... Capt. Walsh

Joseph Ziegler ... Insp. Moffatt

Page Fletcher ... Frank Drake

Ken Pogue ... Gerard

Kaye Ballard ... Mrs. Vecchio

Gordon Pinsent ... Fraser Sr.

James Millington ... Underhill (as Jim Millington)
Victor Ertmanis ... Supt. Meers

Michael J. Reynolds ... Senior Official

Eric Schweig ... Inuit Hunter
Kimberly Ange ... RCMP Officer 1

Jennifer Parsons ... RCMP Officer 2

Jonathan Whittaker ... RCMP Sergeant (as Jonathon Wittaker)
Steve Morel ... RCMP Officer 3
Scot Denton ... RCMP Officer 4 (as Scot Dentor)

Nigel Hamer ... RCMP Officer 5
Barry Kennedy ... Bert Jenkins

Philip Williams ... Herb Lantrell

Keith Dinicol ... Coroner
J.D. Nicholsen ... Airport Hustler (as Jack Nicholsen)
Gene Mack ... Chicago Desk Sergeant
Simon Lugassy ... Prisoner

Dan Lett ... Dr. Weingarten

Tabitha St. Germain ... Maria (as Paulina Gillis)

Ramona Milano ... Francesca Vecchio
Vito Rezza ... Tony
Elizabeth Berman ... Mrs. Drake
Sandi Stahlbrand ... TV Reporter

Farzad Sadrian ... Cabby

Janel Moloney ... Nun at Foot of Escalator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 1: Free Willie

22 September 1994
A juvenile purse snatcher stopped by Ben turns out to be the key in a bank robbery investigation. Ben and Ray take it upon themselves to solve it, putting the boy's life and Ray's job in jeopardy.

Paul Gross ... Constable Benton Fraser

David Marciano ... Ray Vecchio
Beau Starr ... Lt. Harding Welsh

Daniel Kash ... Louis Gardino
Tony Craig ... Jack Huey

Catherine Bruhier ... Elaine Besbriss
Christopher Babers ... Willie Lambert
Ed Sahely ... Hamlin

Christina Cox ... Caroline Morgan
Dominic Cuzzocrea ... Dennis Argyle (as Domenic Cuzzocrea)
Djanet Sears ... Public Defender
Elena Kudaba ... Celeste

Todd Schroeder ... Charles

Matt Birman ... Donald
Micheal Donaghue ... Hugo
Rummy Bishop ... Cleaning Salesman (uncredited)

Kevin Rushton ... Construction Worker (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Diefenbaker's Day Off

29 September 1994
Helping his neighbor Charlie stay out of danger, at the request of his young daughter, brings Benton to investigate an insurance scam that might become deadly for Charlie. In the meantime, Diefenbaker defies Ben's instructions to stay inside and ends up on the run from the city's animal control service.

Paul Gross ... Constable Benton Fraser

David Marciano ... Ray Vecchio
Beau Starr ... Lt. Harding Welsh

Daniel Kash ... Louis Gardino
Tony Craig ... Jack Huey

Catherine Bruhier ... Elaine Besbriss

Madolyn Smith Osborne ... Mackenzie King (as Madolyn Smith-Osborne)

Brendan Kelly ... Charlie
Azura Bates ... Lucy
Tony Cacciotti ... Vince
David Eisner ... Dr. Howard
Marvin Karon ... Warren Knoop

Angela Moore ... Head Nurse

Richard Hardacre ... Mercedes Driver
Eric Fink ... Maitre 'D
William Dunlop ... Irishman
Kevin Frank ... Animal Control Officer
Rebecca McLaughlin ... Dr. Mason
Lincoln ... Diefenbaker (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: Manhunt

6 October 1994
Benton comes to the help of his dad's best friend, an aging Mountie on the run from a dangerous escaped convict he arrested long ago.

Paul Gross ... Constable Benton Fraser

David Marciano ... Ray Vecchio
Beau Starr ... Lt. Harding Welsh

Daniel Kash ... Louis Gardino
Tony Craig ... Jack Huey

Catherine Bruhier ... Elaine Besbriss

Leslie Nielsen ... Sgt. Buck Frobisher

William Smith ... Harold Geiger
Cali Timmins ... Julie Frobisher

Gordon Pinsent ... Fraser Sr. (voice)
Conrad Bergschneider ... Chuck
Donald Fleckser ... Donald

Judith Scott ... Head Nurse
John Carroll ... Scow Captain

George Buza ... Welker

Ernie Grunwald ... Morgue Attendant

Jason Barr ... Schoolboy (uncredited)
Gerald Gillespie ... Bingo Caller (uncredited)
Lincoln ... Diefenbaker (uncredited)
Tony Ning ... Vincent Ho (uncredited)

Kevin Rushton ... Man who grabs Ray (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: They Eat Horses, Don't They?

13 October 1994
A case of food poisoning, which threatens to have a mother lose her children, has Benton suspecting a major and harmful health violation from a meat producer.

Paul Gross ... Constable Benton Fraser

David Marciano ... Ray Vecchio
Beau Starr ... Lt. Harding Welsh

Daniel Kash ... Louis Gardino
Tony Craig ... Jack Huey

Catherine Bruhier ... Elaine Besbriss

Al Waxman ... Vince Leggett

Teri Polo ... Stephanie Cabot

Kaye Ballard ... Mrs. Vecchio

Ramona Milano ... Francesca Vecchio
Dominic Cuzzocrea ... Dennis Argyle (as Domenic Cuzzocrea)

Tabitha St. Germain ... Maria (as Paulina Gillis)
Vito Rezza ... Tony

Richard Moll ... Zaleb Carney
Yanira Contreras ... Mrs. Gamez
Francesco Figliomeni ... Mario

Brooke Johnson ... Adelaide
Robert King ... Norm
Gary Hill ... Auctioneer
Walker Boone ... Crew Chief
Alison McMullin ... Miss Broccoli (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: Pizzas and Promises

20 October 1994
Diefenbaker follows the stolen car of a young pizza delivery boy to a dealership that seems to be selling the same vehicles over and over. The only way to get proof is for Ben and Ray to go undercover as used-cars salesmen.

Season 1, Episode 6: Chinatown

3 November 1994
Ben has to work against the clock, several law enforcement agencies and his own wolf's feelings to help a Chinese restaurant owner whose son has been kidnapped by the local Asian mob.

Season 1, Episode 7: Chicago Holiday: Part 1

10 November 1994
Watching over the very reluctant daughter of a Canadian diplomat puts Ben unknowingly on the same path as Ray who's investigating the murder of a prominent underworld figure.

Paul Gross ... Constable Benton Fraser

David Marciano ... Ray Vecchio
Beau Starr ... Lt. Harding Welsh

Daniel Kash ... Louis Gardino
Tony Craig ... Jack Huey

Catherine Bruhier ... Elaine Besbriss

Lisa Jakub ... Christina Nichols

Stacy Haiduk ... Janice DeLuca

Ron Lea ... Mr. Nichols

Deborah Rennard ... Dr. Esther Pearson

Peter Williams ... Gerome

Stephen Shellen ... Eddie Beets
Jonathan Shapiro ... Teenager

Daniel DeSanto ... Jerry
Kelly Proctor ... Janus
David Rosser ... Quigly
Beth Amos ... Housekeeper

Kevin Rushton ... Henry

James Allodi ... Leather Mountie / Anonymous cop (uncredited)

Jane A. Rogers ... (uncredited)

Kim Schraner ... Shoplifter (uncredited)

Eric Woolfe ... Masochist / Dentist (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 8: Chicago Holiday: Part 2

17 November 1994


Paul Gross ... Constable Benton Fraser

David Marciano ... Ray Vecchio
Beau Starr ... Lt. Harding Welsh

Daniel Kash ... Louis Gardino
Tony Craig ... Jack Huey

Catherine Bruhier ... Elaine Besbriss

Lisa Jakub ... Christina Nichols

Stacy Haiduk ... Janice DeLuca

Ron Lea ... Mr. Nichols

Deborah Rennard ... Dr. Esther Pearson

Peter Williams ... Gerome
Holly Cole Trio ... Themselves

Stephen Shellen ... Eddie Beets

Marvin Ishmael ... Niffug
Beth Amos ... Mrs. McGuffin

Kevin Rushton ... Henry

Tannis Burnett ... Dominatrix
Kelly Proctor ... Janus
David Rosser ... Quigly

Daniel DeSanto ... Jerry (uncredited)
Amanda Martínez ... Young Woman (uncredited)
Greg Preece ... Drug Dealer (uncredited)

Eric Woolfe ... Masochist / Dentist (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 9: A Cop, a Mountie, and a Baby

1 December 1994
Fraser and Ray find a baby left in the back of rays car, leading them to search for the mother who abandoned it whilst trying to figure out the fathers true motives for wanting his baby back.

Paul Gross ... Constable Benton Fraser

David Marciano ... Ray Vecchio
Beau Starr ... Lt. Harding Welsh

Daniel Kash ... Louis Gardino
Tony Craig ... Jack Huey

Catherine Bruhier ... Elaine Besbriss (credit only)
Natalie Radford ... Louise Webber

Mark Ruffalo ... Vinnie Webber
Diego Chambers ... Claude
Elizabeth Lennie ... Morrisot
Jackie Richardson ... Receptionist

Roger Dunn ... Store Owner
Donald Fleckser ... Motel Clerk
Andrew Meloff ... Baby Jamie
Joel Meloff ... Baby Jamie
Quentin Meloff ... Baby Jamie

Marc Donato ... Little Boy (uncredited)
Lincoln ... Diefenbaker (uncredited)

Kevin Rushton ... Degas (uncredited)

John Stoneham Sr. ... Monet (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 10: Gift of the Wheelman

15 December 1994
A gang of bank-robbing Santas are double-crossed by their own getaway driver, who plans to give the ultimate gift to his son. Meanwhile, amid lineups of countless department store Santas at the station, Fraser receives help from an unexpected source.

Season 1, Episode 11: You Must Remember This

5 January 1995
Ray falls in love with a woman who saves his life and then disappears, he and Fraser attempt to track her down leading ray to struggle with what he finds out about her.

Season 1, Episode 12: A Hawk and a Handsaw

19 January 1995
Fraser gets himself admitted to a psychiatric hospital to investigate the death of a patient.

Season 1, Episode 13: An Eye for an Eye

2 February 1995
While investigating a series of muggings involving the elderly, Fraser and Vecchio must contend with a mugging victim who decides to take the law into his own hands.

Season 1, Episode 14: The Man Who Knew Too Little

9 February 1995
A vacation-bound Vecchio reluctantly accompanies Fraser, who is escorting an uncooperative witness (and compulsive liar) back to Canada to testify. Along the way, they find themselves being hunted by hit-men for the Canadian mob.

Paul Gross ... Constable Benton Fraser

David Marciano ... Ray Vecchio
Beau Starr ... Lt. Harding Welsh

Daniel Kash ... Louis Gardino
Tony Craig ... Jack Huey

Catherine Bruhier ... Elaine Besbriss

Rino Romano ... Ian MacDonald

Dean McDermott ... Laurier
Joseph Griffin ... McGill
William Dunlop ... Danny 'The Bull' Brock
Joan Heney ... Brenda
Reg Dreger ... Brendan

Sarain Boylan ... Woman In Car
Marilyn Boyle ... Waitress

Mark Lutz ... RCMP Officer Graham (uncredited)
Roger Montgomery ... State Trooper (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 15: The Wild Bunch

16 February 1995
Deifenbaker is condemned after biting an animal control officer. Meanwhile that animal control officer is selling dogs to labs, including a husky toward whom Deifenbaker has taken a liking.

Paul Gross ... Constable Benton Fraser

David Marciano ... Ray Vecchio
Beau Starr ... Lt. Harding Welsh (credit only)

Daniel Kash ... Louis Gardino
Tony Craig ... Jack Huey

Catherine Bruhier ... Elaine Besbriss
Christopher Babers ... Willie
Michael Rhoades ... Officer Arnold Benedict

Susan Hamann ... Jackie Alexander

Judah Katz ... Judge Sherman
J.D. Nicholsen ... Caulfield (as Jack Nicholsen)
Bill MacDonald ... Devereaux
Al Koslik ... Cuthbert (as Al Kozlik)
Mack Slevin ... Mack

Season 1, Episode 16: The Blue Line

9 March 1995
While trying to rekindle a teenage friendship with a big-time Ice Hockey star, Fraser must overcome interference from the local mob as well as his old friends ego and arrogance

Paul Gross ... Constable Benton Fraser

David Marciano ... Ray Vecchio
Beau Starr ... Lt. Harding Welsh

Daniel Kash ... Louis Gardino
Tony Craig ... Jack Huey

Catherine Bruhier ... Elaine Besbriss

Rick Rossovich ... Mark Smithbauer
Miguel Fernandes ... Turk Broda
Tracey Cook ... Dawn Charest

Gordon Pinsent ... Fraser Sr. (voice)

Wayne Best ... Hall
Kevin Hicks ... Henderson

Andrew Moodie ... Dryden
Maria Natale ... Grace
David Bates ... Kid #4
Ken Daniels ... Announcer
George Bloomfield ... Video Store Customer (uncredited)
Robert Eaton ... TV Director (uncredited)

Elias Zarou ... Reporter (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 17: The Deal

30 March 1995
Vecchio and Fraser protect a down-on-his-luck shoemaker from someone out of Vecchio's past: a former schoolyard bully turned powerful mob boss. Meanwhile, Vecchio's sister Francesca decides to romantically pursue Fraser in earnest.

Season 1, Episode 18: An Invitation to Romance

6 April 1995
While attempting to deliver a party invitation to a prominent Chicago businessman, Fraser can't seem to steer clear of the man's obnoxious fiancée, who leads him on a merry misadventure with her jealous groom-to-be in pursuit.

Paul Gross ... Constable Benton Fraser

David Marciano ... Ray Vecchio
Beau Starr ... Lt. Harding Welsh (credit only)

Daniel Kash ... Louis Gardino (credit only)
Tony Craig ... Jack Huey (credit only)

Catherine Bruhier ... Elaine Besbriss (credit only)

Jane Krakowski ... Katherine Burns

Nicholas Campbell ... Nigel Ellis

Joseph Ziegler ... Inspector Moffat
Arthi Sambasivan ... Jasmine

Frank Pellegrino ... Perry
Robert Benson ... Mr. Porro
Mario Romano ... Vendor
Timm Zemanek ... Desk Clerk

Martin Julien ... Postal Employee
Eric Fink ... Marriage Clerk
Beth Amos ... Mrs. MacGuffin

Marcus Hondro ... (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 19: Heaven and Earth

24 April 1995
A homeless man who sees visions may be Ray and Fraser's only link to finding a missing girl.

Season 1, Episode 20: Victoria's Secret: Part 1

11 May 1995
Victoria, the only women Fraser ever loved comes to Chicago, but does she have ulterior motives?

Paul Gross ... Constable Benton Fraser

David Marciano ... Ray Vecchio
Beau Starr ... Lt. Harding Welsh

Daniel Kash ... Louis Gardino
Tony Craig ... Jack Huey

Catherine Bruhier ... Elaine Besbriss

Ramona Milano ... Francesca Vecchio

Melina Kanakaredes ... Victoria Metcalf

Denis Forest ... Jolly Hughes

Shay Duffin ... Father Behan

Gordon Pinsent ... Fraser Sr.

Tabitha St. Germain ... Maria (as Paulina Gillis)

David Calderisi ... Mr. Vecchio
Vito Rezza ... Tony
Sam Moses ... Mr. Mustafi
Bruce McFee ... Moran
Victor Ertmanis ... Staff Sgt. Meers
Kimberly Ange ... Boswell (as Kim Ange)
Sam Malkin ... Brown
Arthi Sambasivan ... Jasmine
Craig Eldridge ... Criminalist
Reiner Schwarz ... Peddlar
Bob Fisher ... Bonilla
Alexander Broughton ... Elevator Boy
Yvan Labelle ... Vacuum Cleaner Repairman (uncredited)

Joe Lisi ... Lennox (uncredited)

Lee Purcell ... Louise St. Laurent (uncredited)

Deborah Rennard ... Dr. Esther Pearson (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 21: Victoria's Secret: Part 2

11 May 1995
Events with Victoria begin to spiral out of control for Fraser and Ray, putting their careers and possibly their lives on the line.

Paul Gross ... Constable Benton Fraser

David Marciano ... Ray Vecchio
Beau Starr ... Lt. Harding Welsh

Daniel Kash ... Louis Gardino
Tony Craig ... Jack Huey

Catherine Bruhier ... Elaine Besbriss

Melina Kanakaredes ... Victoria Metcalf

Denis Forest ... Jolly Hughes

Shay Duffin ... Father Behan

Lee Purcell ... Louise St. Laurent

Joe Lisi ... Lennox

Deborah Rennard ... Dr. Esther Pearson

Gordon Pinsent ... Fraser Sr.

Tabitha St. Germain ... Maria (as Paulina Gillis)

David Calderisi ... Mr. Vecchio
Vito Rezza ... Tony
Sam Moses ... Mr. Mustafi
Bruce McFee ... Moran
Victor Ertmanis ... Staff Sgt. Meers
Kimberly Ange ... Boswell (as Kim Ange)
Sam Malkin ... Brown
Arthi Sambasivan ... Jasmine
Craig Eldridge ... Criminalist
Reiner Schwarz ... Peddlar
Bob Fisher ... Bonilla
Alexander Broughton ... Elevator Boy

Season 1, Episode 22: Letting Go

1 June 1995
Fraser begins to suspect that a doctor at a hospital is being blackmailed.

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: North

9 November 1995
Taking some R&R to rebuild Fraser's cabin, Fraser and Vecchio find themselves in dire straits when an escaped convict masquerades as their pilot, crashing them in the Canadian wilderness. Their misfortune grows when Fraser reveals the crash has left him blind.

Season 2, Episode 2: Vault

7 December 1995
Ray is furious after being declared legally dead, and goes to withdraw his savings from his local bank. Fraser and Ray then get caught up in a robbery, which leads to them ending up being trapped in the vault, with only a matter of time before the air runs out.

Paul Gross ... Constable Benton Fraser

David Marciano ... Ray Vecchio
Beau Starr ... Lt. Harding Welsh

Daniel Kash ... Louis Gardino (credit only)
Tony Craig ... Jack Huey (credit only)

Catherine Bruhier ... Elaine Besbriss

Ramona Milano ... Francesca Vecchio
Camilla Scott ... Insp. Meg Thatcher

Christina Cox ... Caroline Morgan
Scott Gibson ... Ovitz

Boyd Banks ... Norm Betz

Vince Corazza ... Lenny
Nicholas Kilbertus ... Harold
David Crean ... Cooper
Ken Quinn ... Mountie Will
Michael Maiola ... Damian

Marc Donato ... Little Kid
Lincoln ... Diefenbaker
Grace Armas ... Teller (uncredited)

Kaye Ballard ... Mrs. Vecchio (uncredited)
Marium Carvell ... Assistant Bank Manager (uncredited)
Doug Murray ... Male Teller (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 3: The Witness

14 December 1995
Ray is thrown in jail for contempt of court, prompting Fraser to get himself arrested in order to protect ray and a fellow inmate.

Paul Gross ... Constable Benton Fraser

David Marciano ... Ray Vecchio
Beau Starr ... Lt. Harding Welsh

Daniel Kash ... Louis Gardino
Tony Craig ... Jack Huey

Catherine Bruhier ... Elaine Besbriss
Camilla Scott ... Insp. Meg Thatcher

Lee Purcell ... Louise St. Laurent

Aidan Devine ... Robert Kruger
Conrad Dunn ... Siracusa
Michael A. Miranda ... Eddie Torres (as Silvio Oliviero)

Sherry Miller ... Commander Sherry O'Neill
Scott Gibson ... Ovitz

Paulina Abarca-Cantin ... Rosanna Torres (as Paulina Abarca)

Gordon Pinsent ... Fraser Sr.

Nicky Guadagni ... Judge Shore
Frank McAnulty ... Fast Eddie
Garry Robbins ... Carl
Vince Guerriero ... Anderson
Lincoln ... Diefenbaker

Carson Manning ... Butcher (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: Bird in the Hand

21 December 1995
Fraser is forced to protect the man who killed his father from a group of gun smugglers, causing Fraser's emotions and his oath to do his duty to conflict.

Season 2, Episode 5: The Promise

11 January 1996
Fraser and Ray attempt to track down a pair of pickpockets who stole an address book, that leads to everyone from the police to politicians to come after them in a cat and mouse chase with possibly deadly consequences.

Paul Gross ... Constable Benton Fraser

David Marciano ... Ray Vecchio
Beau Starr ... Lt. Harding Welsh

Daniel Kash ... Louis Gardino
Tony Craig ... Jack Huey

Catherine Bruhier ... Elaine Besbriss
Camilla Scott ... Insp. Meg Thatcher

Amy Stewart ... Andy
Shawn Mathieson ... Sid

Sherry Miller ... Commander Sherry O'Neill

Todd Schroeder ... Cobb (as Todd William Schroeder)
Diane Douglass ... Celia

Julian Richings ... Miles Emery
Warren Sulatycky ... Child Welfare Agent
Barbara Law ... Sunny

Nicole Crozier ... Sung Lee
Rena Polley ... Campaign Manager
Adrianna Galic ... Ms. Downing (as Adriana Galic)
Lincoln ... Diefenbaker
Jim Feather ... Hansom Cabbie (uncredited)
Judith Goodwin ... Mid-Aged Woman (uncredited)
Paul Thomas Gordon ... Well-Dressed Mark (uncredited)
Heidi Hatashita ... Press Reporter (uncredited)
Edward Jaunz ... Uniform Cop (uncredited)
Alan Murley ... Attorney (uncredited)
Paul O'Sullivan ... Parking Attendant (uncredited)
Brent Titcomb ... Transient (uncredited)
Tricia Williams ... Restaurant Manager (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 6: The Mask

18 January 1996
A pair of ancient Canadian aboriginal masks are stolen from a museum by thieves in the night. Fraser must find the masks and return them intact, with the help - or hindrance - of an old friend from up north.

Paul Gross ... Constable Benton Fraser

David Marciano ... Ray Vecchio
Beau Starr ... Lt. Harding Welsh

Daniel Kash ... Louis Gardino (credit only)
Tony Craig ... Jack Huey (credit only)

Catherine Bruhier ... Elaine Besbriss
Camilla Scott ... Insp. Meg Thatcher

Lee Purcell ... Louise St. Laurent

Rodney A. Grant ... Eric
Denise Virieux ... Michelle Duchamps

Nathaniel Arcand ... David Kitikmeot

Deborah Tennant ... Daphne Kelly

Lindsay Merrithew ... John Robinson
Chris Earle ... Car Rental Clerk
Curtis Jonnie ... Albert
Ellen Sylvester ... Victoria
Tracy Bomberry ... Patty
Nancy Bomberry ... Sara
Sam Moses ... Mr. Mustafi
Helen Richmond ... Ms. Krezlapolov
Lincoln ... Diefenbaker
Garfield Andrews ... Child Welfare Officer (uncredited)

Rufus Crawford ... Museum Guard (uncredited)
Bruce Deller ... Super (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 7: Juliet Is Bleeding

1 February 1996
Ray encounters his old arch-enemy, Frank Zuko, at a party. After both sides instigate a brawl, Ray is suspended and ordered to make amends with Zuko - until a car bomb meant for Ray kills one of his friends.

Paul Gross ... Constable Benton Fraser

David Marciano ... Ray Vecchio
Beau Starr ... Lt. Harding Welsh

Daniel Kash ... Louis Gardino
Tony Craig ... Jack Huey

Catherine Bruhier ... Elaine Besbriss

Lee Purcell ... Louise St. Laurent

Carrie-Anne Moss ... Irene Zuko
Jim Bracchitta ... Frank Zuko

Hannes Jaenicke ... Michael Sorrento

Sherry Miller ... Commander Sherry O'Neill

Louis Di Bianco ... Charlie
Pat Farenga ... Pat
Falconer Abraham ... Bomb Squad Leader

Joe Pingue ... Jimmy Roastbeef
Harvey Sokoloff ... Zwick (as Harve Sokoloff)

Chelsi Smith ... Wife #1

Shanna Moakler ... Wife #2
Lincoln ... Diefenbaker

Aaron Ashmore ... Teenager (uncredited)
Steve Behal ... Forensic Chief (uncredited)
Alex Fallis ... McLean (uncredited)
Vincent Marino ... Fiorentino (uncredited)
Tony Perri ... Waiter (uncredited)

Martin Roach ... Cop (uncredited)
Frank Ruffo ... Cafe Owner (uncredited)
Robert Seale ... Tobacco Store Manager (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 8: One Good Man

8 February 1996
Fraser takes matters into his own hands when an unethical real estate developer tries to illegally evict him and his neighbours.

Paul Gross ... Constable Benton Fraser

David Marciano ... Ray Vecchio
Beau Starr ... Lt. Harding Welsh (credit only)

Daniel Kash ... Louis Gardino (credit only)
Tony Craig ... Jack Huey (credit only)

Catherine Bruhier ... Elaine Besbriss (credit only)

Maria Bello ... Mackenzie King

Robert Clothier ... Mr. Potter
Karl Pruner ... John Taylor
Katayoun A. Marciano ... Angela Vecchio (as Katayoun Amini)

Johnie Chase ... Mr. Klein
Ann Medina ... Alderman D. Farrell
Marvin Karon ... Warren Knoop
Dominic Cuzzocrea ... Dennis
John Jarvis ... Suburban Man
Sam Moses ... Mr. Mustafi
Robbie Rox ... Al Grosso

Kevin Rushton ... Thug Rushton
Helen Richmond ... Ms. Krezjapolov
Lincoln ... Diefenbaker
Glen Avigdor ... Riviera Owner (uncredited)
John S. Davies ... Older Politician (uncredited)
Ed Fielding ... City Council Transient (uncredited)
Gary Fruchtman ... Middle-Aged Politician (uncredited)
Brigitte Gall ... Elevator Mom (uncredited)
Quancetia Hamilton ... Basement Clerk (uncredited)
Darlene Mignacco ... Mrs. Garcia (uncredited)
Freddy Proia ... Bus Patron (uncredited)
Jerry Schaefer ... Council Clerk (uncredited)
Andrew Scorer ... Lobby Transient #1 (uncredited)
Nora Sheehan ... Female Politician (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 9: The Edge

15 February 1996
Fraser and Ray are assigned to the security detail for a NAFTA summit, which is being eyed by a mysterious, cunning assassin. However, a botched training exercise and a security lapse lead the Feds to believe that Fraser has lost his edge.

Paul Gross ... Constable Benton Fraser

David Marciano ... Ray Vecchio
Beau Starr ... Lt. Harding Welsh
Tony Craig ... Jack Huey (credit only)

Catherine Bruhier ... Elaine Besbriss (credit only)
Camilla Scott ... Insp. Meg Thatcher

Maria Rangel ... Anita Cortez (as Maria Therese Rangel)

Ken Foree ... Macon Lacroix

Gordon Pinsent ... Fraser Sr.

Jason Blicker ... Special Agent Helms

Matthew Bennett ... Special Agent Casey

Richard Yearwood ... Special Agent Bush
Alan Murley ... Bennett (as Allan Murley)
Shaun Austin-Olsen ... Lieutenant

Bruce Clayton ... Lunatic
Lincoln ... Diefenbaker
Jonathan Bates ... 12-Year-Old Agent #3 (uncredited)
Ashley Brown ... 12-Year-Old Agent #1 (uncredited)
Scot Denton ... Pierce (uncredited)
Genny Iannucci ... Female Guest (uncredited)
Benjamin Plener ... 12-Year-Old Agent #2 (uncredited)
Ramiro Puerta ... Tedesco (uncredited)
Nicholas Rice ... Sinclair (uncredited)
Pedro Salvín ... Mexican Official (uncredited)
Donald Tripe ... Guest #1 (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 10: Starman

22 February 1996
Ray and Benton once again encounter Ian MacDonald, the compulsive liar, this time a free man and claiming a woman he loved and proposed to, has been abducted by aliens.

Paul Gross ... Constable Benton Fraser

David Marciano ... Ray Vecchio
Beau Starr ... Lt. Harding Welsh (credit only)
Tony Craig ... Jack Huey (credit only)

Catherine Bruhier ... Elaine Besbriss (credit only)

Rino Romano ... Ian MacDonald

Amanda Tapping ... Audrey McKenna

John Bourgeois ... Colonel Shank

Douglas O'Keeffe ... Team Leader
R.D. Reid ... Bob
Bill Copeland ... Norman
Sandy Webster ... Murray
Joyce Campion ... Jane
Norma Edwards ... Betty

Melissa DiMarco ... Stella
Lincoln ... Diefenbaker
James Binkley ... Soldier #3 (uncredited)
Michael Blake ... Soldier #1 (uncredited)
Jessica Booker ... Enid (uncredited)

George Buza ... Pete (uncredited)
Billy Parrott ... Suit #1 (uncredited)

Martin Roach ... Cop #2 (uncredited)
Byron Robertson ... Byron (uncredited)

Mike Shara ... Soldier #2 (uncredited)
David Talbot ... Scientist (uncredited)
Alisa Wiegers ... Specialist (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 11: We Are the Eggmen

29 February 1996
After trying to prevent an accident, Fraser is sued for millions by a down-on-his-luck egg farmer, but Ray discovers the farmer's ulterior motive - to pay off immense gambling debts. Meanwhile, Ray and Francesca clash over a lottery ticket.

Season 2, Episode 12: Some Like It Red

28 March 1996
Fraser goes undercover as a woman at a girls' school after Ray's ex-girlfriend comes to him for help. Ray, meanwhile, worries that he turned his ex into a nun.

Paul Gross ... Constable Benton Fraser

David Marciano ... Ray Vecchio
Beau Starr ... Lt. Harding Welsh
Tony Craig ... Jack Huey (credit only)

Catherine Bruhier ... Elaine Besbriss
Camilla Scott ... Insp. Meg Thatcher

Michele Scarabelli ... Sister Anne

Marisol Nichols ... Melissa

Heather McComb ... Celine

Frank Moore ... Johnstone

Nicole Crozier ... Wanda
Tomas Chovanec ... Todd Skolnik

Karyn Dwyer ... Tiffany
Dan MacDonald ... Craig Murphy
Rummy Bishop ... Uncle Lorenzo
Lincoln ... Diefenbaker
Patricia Carroll Brown ... Mature Nun (uncredited)
Sheldon Davis ... William Holmes (uncredited)
Daniel Enright ... Punch Bowl Boy (uncredited)
Camille James ... Nurse (uncredited)

Tony Nappo ... Al (uncredited)

Kevin Rushton ... Burly Bar Patron (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 13: White Men Can't Jump to Conclusions

4 April 1996
Ray arrests a young basketball player for a gang-related shooting, but Fraser doubts the player's guilt. Relying on aural memory, they piece together the shooting and begin to suspect that the young man is trying to protect someone else.

Paul Gross ... Constable Benton Fraser

David Marciano ... Ray Vecchio
Beau Starr ... Lt. Harding Welsh
Tony Craig ... Jack Huey

Catherine Bruhier ... Elaine Besbriss (credit only)
Camilla Scott ... Insp. Meg Thatcher

Leonard Roberts ... Tyree Cameron
Chauncey B. Raglin-Washington ... Reggie Stamp

Isiah Thomas ... Himself
Tab Baker ... Lou Robbins
Alison Sealy-Smith ... Mrs. Cameron
Lloyd White ... Neighbour

Dayo Ade ... Trevor - Thug #1

Mark L. Taylor ... Punk #1 (as Mark Taylor)

Merwin Mondesir ... Punk #2
Neville Edwards ... Boot Carrier
Lincoln ... Diefenbaker
Laura Dickson ... Judge (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 14: All the Queen's Horses

11 April 1996
Subversive terrorists hijack a train carrying the RCMP Musical Ride on an exhibition tour; while the FBI dithers about, Fraser, Inspector Thatcher, and Buck Frobisher work against the hijackers from the inside.

Paul Gross ... Constable Benton Fraser

David Marciano ... Ray Vecchio
Beau Starr ... Lt. Harding Welsh
Tony Craig ... Jack Huey (credit only)

Catherine Bruhier ... Elaine Besbriss
Camilla Scott ... Insp. Meg Thatcher

Leslie Nielsen ... Sgt. Buck Frobisher

Kenneth Welsh ... Randal K. Bolt

Dean McDermott ... Constable Turnbull

Alex Carter ... Agent Ford
Paul Soles ... Creeve

Gordon Pinsent ... Fraser Sr.
Kirsten Kieferle ... Cameraman / Racine
Mark Melymick ... Deeter
Falconer Abraham ... Team Leader
Scott Wickware ... Terrorist / Albee
Kenneth Wickes ... Train Conductor

Neil Foster ... Computer Guy
Lincoln ... Diefenbaker

Randy Butcher ... Moliere (uncredited)
Rustey Davenport ... Singing Mountie #11 (uncredited)
Bruce Davies ... Singing Mountie #8 (uncredited)
Brad Garrick ... Singing Mountie #6 (uncredited)

John Grady ... Singing Mountie #5 (uncredited)
David Harvey ... Farmer (uncredited)
Michael MacLennan ... Singing Mountie #7 (uncredited)
Patrick McManus ... Singing Mountie #12 (uncredited)
Jacques Mercier ... Train Engineer (uncredited)
Stephen Sparks ... Singing Mountie #10 (uncredited)
Tye Tyukodi ... Soundman / Brecht (uncredited)
Shawn Wright ... Singing Mountie #9 (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 15: Body Language

25 April 1996
While Ray is lamenting a run of bad luck, he and Fraser meet an exotic dancer whose alcoholic boyfriend talks in his sleep - about his criminal activities.

Paul Gross ... Constable Benton Fraser

David Marciano ... Ray Vecchio
Beau Starr ... Lt. Harding Welsh
Tony Craig ... Jack Huey

Catherine Bruhier ... Elaine Besbriss
Camilla Scott ... Insp. Meg Thatcher

Lisa Paskel ... Ida Banks (as Lisa Engelman)

Nick Sandow ... Barry Pappas

Milton Berle ... Shelley Litvak

James Gallanders ... Mark Ordover
Ellen-Ray Hennessy ... Waitress
Les Porter ... Nelson

Elle Downs ... Lily
Laura Catalano ... Vi
Lolita Kerr ... Mount Olympus Dancer
Lincoln ... Diefenbaker
Sugar Bouche ... Brunette Dancer (uncredited)
Alexe Duncan ... Homeless Woman (uncredited)
Alana Fletcher ... Buxom Dancer (uncredited)

C.J. Lusby ... Dancer in Glasses (uncredited)
Colin McClean ... Cop #1 (uncredited)
Marianne McCord ... Cowgirl Dancer (uncredited)

Robert Racki ... Goon #2 (uncredited)

Kevin Rushton ... Goon #1 (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 16: The Duel

2 May 1996
A man Vecchio investigated for murder years ago but was unable to prove it but was convicted for another crime, has just been released from prison. And he claims that the evidence that was used to convict him was planted. Vecchio denies it. Fraser looks into it and notices some inconsistencies. Vecchio tries to catch him breaking the law but instead Vecchio is the one who gets in trouble. Later a lot of Vecchio's old friends get threats and Vecchio knows he's the one doing it but can't prove it.

Paul Gross ... Constable Benton Fraser

David Marciano ... Ray Vecchio
Beau Starr ... Lt. Harding Welsh
Tony Craig ... Jack Huey

Catherine Bruhier ... Elaine Besbriss

Ramona Milano ... Francesca Vecchio

Colm Feore ... Charles Carver

Lisa Houle ... Madeline Carnes

Anthony Sherwood ... Frank Greco
Dave Nichols ... Martin Van Dyke
Katayoun A. Marciano ... Angela Vecchio (as Katayoun Amini)

Christina Rouner ... Laurie Zaylor
Gary McMillan ... Sheriff Vince Corey

Doug Lennox ... Lt. Will Kelly

Catherine McNally ... Parole Officer
Monique Kampherm ... Shannon
Lincoln ... Diefenbaker

Season 2, Episode 17: Red, White or Blue

16 May 1996
Randall Bolt, the man who hijacked the Mountie train in the episode "All the Queen's Horses," is about to be brought to trial. But his brother, Francis, who was the man conceived the hijacking, has plans of his own. First Francis grabs Fraser and Vecchio, then he brings them to court with bombs strapped to them. When the Bolts make their demands, Fraser realizes something is not quite right. The brothers talk about a schedule that doesn't jive with their demands. When they leave, Bolt arms the bombs and Fraser and Vecchio have to figure out which wire, of the red, blue, or white wires, to pull to deactivate the bomb.

Paul Gross ... Constable Benton Fraser

David Marciano ... Ray Vecchio
Beau Starr ... Lt. Harding Welsh
Tony Craig ... Jack Huey

Catherine Bruhier ... Elaine Besbriss
Camilla Scott ... Insp. Meg Thatcher

Kenneth Welsh ... Randal K. Bolt

Raye Birk ... Francis Bolt

Alex Carter ... Agent Ford
Gary Reineke ... Judge Brock

Ellen Dubin ... Miss Sheldrake - States Attorney
Mark Melymick ... Agent Deeter
Shawn Wright ... Mountie Trainee Cooper
Norm Spencer ... Agent Shorren

James Allodi ... Assistant States Attorney

Maria Ricossa ... Vivian Richards
Lincoln ... Diefenbaker

Lloyd Adams ... Agent Phelps (uncredited)

Bruce Beaton ... Vern (uncredited)

James Collins ... Prison Guard (uncredited)
Glen Cross ... Records Clerk (uncredited)

James Downing ... Gabe (uncredited)
Terry V. Hart ... Bailiff (uncredited)
Vanessa Harwood ... Juror #1 (uncredited)

Lester Holt ... Channel 2 Newscaster / Himself (uncredited)
Bernard Kay ... Juror #4 (uncredited)
Tim Rykert ... Agent Mctavish (uncredited)
Sandi Stahlbrand ... Pert Reporter (uncredited)
Nerene Virgin ... Reporter #3 (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 18: Flashback

31 May 1996
When Fraiser and Vecchio come across a kidnapping, they try to stop it. But they get away and run Fraiser down with their. Vecchio hopes that Fraiser remembers the license plate but he has amnesia. So Vecchio tries to jog his memory by telling him all he can about him.

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Burning Down the House

14 September 1997
Fraser returns from his vacation back in Canada to find Ray there but not there, and a copycat arsonist of a man he and Ray put away once.

Season 3, Episode 2: Eclipse

21 September 1997
When Internal Affairs thinks there are dirty cops in the department and want to grill Ray, Welsh worries about Ray's cover being blown and not being able to find him. Meanwhile Fraser, sent on the hunt for Ray, joins Ray in wait for a criminal who made Ray the man he became.

Season 3, Episode 3: I Coulda Been a Defendant

28 September 1997
Ray and Fraser blow the cover of a relocated witness set to testify in court, upsetting his brother who works for the government and looks out for him. But things may not be what they seem.

Season 3, Episode 4: Strange Bedfellows

5 October 1997
Someone attempts to kill Stanley's ex-wife Stella and her date, with Fraser and Stanley saving their lives. She's dating Frank Orsini, an alderman involved in a controversial housing project, with Fraser trying to solve the case while serving as Orsini's bodyguard.

Season 3, Episode 5: Seeing Is Believing

12 October 1997
After a man is murdered in their sight at a mall, Ray, Thatcher and Welsh argue over who did it and how, utilizing Fraser to help uncover the truth.

Paul Gross ... Constable Benton Fraser

Callum Keith Rennie ... Det. Stanley Raymond Kowalski
Beau Starr ... Lt. Harding Welsh
Camilla Scott ... Inspector Margaret Thatcher
Tony Craig ... Jack Huey
Tom Melissis ... Thomas E. Dewey

Ramona Milano ... Francesca Vecchio

Gordon Pinsent ... Fraser Sr. (credit only)

Polly Shannon ... Judy Cates

Ross Hull ... Keith Warren
Bruce Vavrina ... Mike Bennet

Anne Marie DeLuise ... Stella Kowalski (as Anne Marie Loder)
Yanna McIntosh ... Candace Madison
Susan Coyne ... Penny Morton

Sean Sullivan ... Dennis Fagan

Mif ... Johnny Maigot
Delores Etienne ... Elderly Woman (as Dolores Ettienne)
Draco ... Diefenbaker

Season 3, Episode 6: The Bounty Hunter

19 October 1997
A female bounty hunter tracks down her bounty, her husband, while other bounty hunters pursue. The department, suffering from the "blue flu", leaves only Ray and Fraser to help.

Paul Gross ... Constable Benton Fraser

Callum Keith Rennie ... Det. Stanley Raymond Kowalski
Beau Starr ... Lt. Harding Welsh
Camilla Scott ... Margaret Thatcher
Tony Craig ... Jack Huey
Tom Melissis ... Thomas E. Dewey

Ramona Milano ... Francesca Vecchio

Gordon Pinsent ... Fraser Sr.

Wendy Crewson ... Janet Morse

Hugh Thompson ... Bradley Torrance
Jared Wall ... Robbie Morse
Cecilley Carroll ... Annie Morse
Hayley Lochner ... Sue Morse

Dean McDermott ... Constable Turnbull
Bruce McFee ... Deadeye Fineberg
Cliff Saunders ... Ansell Ford

Layton Morrison ... Wild Bill Jackson

Paul James Saunders ... Harvey Lopez (as Paul Saunders)
Ray Alexander ... Lester Rivers
Draco ... Diefenbaker (as 'Draco')
Dan Savoie ... Plain Clothes Policeman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 7: Mountie and Soul

26 October 1997
When the boxing opponent of a young man Ray is training is sent to the hospital possibly dead, a man turns up dead and the evidence suggests Ray's wannabe boxer may have done it.

Season 3, Episode 8: Spy vs. Spy

2 November 1997
Ray and Fraser protect an elderly ex British spy from Russian spies who are after something the old man has.

Season 3, Episode 9: Asylum

16 November 1997
Framed for murder, Ray must stay under arrest at the Canadian consulate while Fraser goes out to hopefully solve the crime before Ray is extradited from there with an aggressive man running for the State's Attorny Office looking to put him away.

Season 3, Episode 10: Perfect Strangers

30 November 1997
One of Kowalski's informants is stabbed to death while a few days earlier a flight attendant in Canada is murdered. Fraser finds the primary suspects have airtight alibis and no obvious ties. Yet Fraser plays a hunch that there is a connection.

Season 3, Episode 11: Dead Guy Running

4 January 1998
While Kowalski is questioning minor criminal Stanley Smith, Fraser discovers a body encased in the wall. It's Guy Rankin, who had a bad history with Francesca and she asks Fraser to find the killer but quietly. The presence of psychotic killer Kuzma and the FBI complicate matters.

Season 3, Episode 12: Mountie on the Bounty: Part 1

15 March 1998
Ready to split up and go their separate ways on re-assignments after a bad squabble, Ray and Fraser are drawn into one more case after a man lands on the front of Ray's car dead with a knife in his back and a map carved into his chest, leading the two into a mystery involving gold, pirates, and a ghost ship

Season 3, Episode 13: Mountie on the Bounty: Part 2

22 March 1998
Ray, Fraser, Welsh, Thatcher and a Canadian ship full of RCMP's take on criminals at sea.

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Dr. Longball

23 September 1998
Unable to drive because of a foot injury, Welsh enlists Fraser's help to go back to his home town and aid his brother, a small town sheriff, in stopping a series of seemingly unrelated crimes that may cost him his job.

Paul Gross ... Constable Benton Fraser

Callum Keith Rennie ... Det. Stanley Raymond Kowalski
Beau Starr ... Lt. Harding Welsh
Camilla Scott ... Toni Lake
Tony Craig ... Jack Huey / Hayseed #2
Tom Melissis ... Thomas E. Dewey / Hayseed #1

Ramona Milano ... Deputy Bernie

Gordon Pinsent ... Fraser Sr. (credit only)

Dean McDermott ... Bubba Dean

Max Gail ... Sheriff Wilson Welsh (as Max Gail Jr.)

Wanda Cannon ... Olivia Murtagh
Richard Fitzpatrick ... Woody

Bruce Weitz ... Huck Bogart
Avery Saltzman ... Hector Proulx

Dan Redican ... Booth Announcer

Vladimir Jon Cubrt ... Rusty Barnstead (as Jon Cubrt)
Reg Dreger ... Mayor Winston Cohoon

Thomas Mitchell ... Kelly Olsen
Joseph Di Mambro ... Pete Consentino
Draco ... Diefenbaker

Panou ... Happy (uncredited)

David Sparrow ... Umpire (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 2: Easy Money

30 September 1998
An old friend from Fraser's childhood is in town trying to stop the dam destruction back home in Canada which will flood his town, when he and Fraser get caught up in a robbery. Mean while Ray's parents are coming to see him.

Paul Gross ... Constable Benton Fraser

Callum Keith Rennie ... Det. Stanley Raymond Kowalski
Beau Starr ... Lt. Harding Welsh
Camilla Scott ... Margaret Thatcher (credit only)
Tony Craig ... Jack Huey
Tom Melissis ... Thomas E. Dewey

Ramona Milano ... Francesca Vecchio

Gordon Pinsent ... Fraser Sr. (credit only)

Dean McDermott ... Constable Turnbull

Philip Granger ... Tim Kelly

Tyrone Benskin ... Jeff Storey
Clare Coulter ... Barbara Kowalski
Dan MacDonald ... Damian Kowalski

Gordon Tootoosis ... Tom Quinn

Matthew Bennett ... Jack Goody

Trevor Blumas ... Young Fraser
Michaela Matthieu ... Diane Bowen (as Michaela Mathieu)
Garfield Andrews ... Bruce Card
Draco ... Diefenbaker

Kevin Hanchard ... Paramedic (uncredited)
Wendy Lum ... Receptionist (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 3: The Ladies' Man

21 October 1998
With the whole station against him, Ray sets about to prove the innocence of a woman facing lethal injection that Ray helped put away for killing her husband back when Ray was still wet behind the ears.

Paul Gross ... Constable Benton Fraser

Callum Keith Rennie ... Det. Stanley Raymond Kowalski
Beau Starr ... Lt. Harding Welsh
Camilla Scott ... Margaret Thatcher (credit only)
Tony Craig ... Jack Huey
Tom Melissis ... Thomas E. Dewey

Ramona Milano ... Francesca Vecchio (credit only)

Gordon Pinsent ... Fraser Sr. (credit only)
Dixie Seatle ... Beth Botrelle
Bill MacDonald ... Sam Franklin
Nancy Palk ... Carolyn Sherman

Art Hindle ... Robert Bedford

Oliver Becker ... Carmen Miranda
Robert Kennedy ... Bartender

Jenny Parsons ... Jocelyn Kerr

Kathryn Kirkpatrick ... Prisoner #2
Michaela Matthieu ... Diane Bowen (as Michaela Mathieu)
Angela Maiorano ... Trustee #1
Draco ... Diefenbaker
Lynne Deragon ... Desk Sergeant (uncredited)
Judi Embden ... Pretty Woman #1 (uncredited)
Quancetia Hamilton ... Trustee #2 (uncredited)
Barry Kennedy ... Sgt. Eddie Polito (uncredited)

Julie Lemieux ... Prisoner #1 (uncredited)
Rob Nickerson ... Uniform Cop (uncredited)
Charles Seixas ... Security Guard (uncredited)
Barry Stillwell ... Guy in Car (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 4: Mojo Rising

28 October 1998
Ray and Fraser deal with Voo Doo, Ray's stolen car, and a kidnapped little girl.

Paul Gross ... Constable Benton Fraser

Callum Keith Rennie ... Det. Stanley Raymond Kowalski
Beau Starr ... Lt. Harding Welsh
Camilla Scott ... Margaret Thatcher (credit only)
Tony Craig ... Jack Huey
Tom Melissis ... Thomas E. Dewey

Ramona Milano ... Francesca Vecchio

Gordon Pinsent ... Fraser Sr. (credit only)
Salome Bey ... Momma Lolla
Von Coulter ... Gerome Laferette

Maurice Dean Wint ... Henry Goodfellow

Maury Chaykin ... Jasper Gutman
Timm Zemanek ... Aaron Gobrah
Dan MacDonald ... Damian Kowalski
Robyn Stevan ... Mert

Kyrin Hall ... Lisa Laferette
J.J. Evans ... Eduardo
Alexandra Johnson ... Marie Laferette
Draco ... Diefenbaker

Marcia Johnson ... Fainting Woman (uncredited)
Tuku Matthews ... Voodoo Woman #2 (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 5: Dead Men Don't Throw Rice

4 November 1998
After a protected witness escapes and is murdered, the department tries to hunt down the body and nail the mobster organization that did it. While this is going on, Francesca announces to Fraser she is engaged to get married.

Season 4, Episode 6: Odds

11 November 1998
Fraser falls for a seductive but deceptive female card shark, upping his tally for dark-haired women who take advantage of him.

Season 4, Episode 7: Mountie Sings the Blues

18 November 1998
Fraser helps protect a famous country western singer from twisted and obsessed lover. Meanwhile Turnbull has feelings for Francesca.

Paul Gross ... Constable Benton Fraser

Callum Keith Rennie ... Det. Stanley Raymond Kowalski
Beau Starr ... Lt. Harding Welsh
Camilla Scott ... Margaret Thatcher
Tony Craig ... Jack Huey
Tom Melissis ... Thomas E. Dewey

Ramona Milano ... Francesca Vecchio

Gordon Pinsent ... Fraser Sr. (credit only)

Dean McDermott ... Constable Turnbull

Michael Hogan ... George

Ronnie Hawkins ... Muddy Johnson

Shawn Doyle ... Dwight Jones

David Keeley ... Earl Jeffers

Dan Lett ... Carver Dunn
Michelle Wright ... Tracy Jenkins
Lynne Deragon ... Desk Sergeant

Susan Hamann ... Officer MacAfferty

Jamie Williams ... Mick
Brad Borbridge ... Smith
Justine Campbell ... Arlene Williams

Reagan Pasternak ... Waitress
Draco ... Diefenbaker

Jason Barbeck ... Singing Mountie (uncredited)
Lili Salman ... Loyal fan (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 8: Good for the Soul

16 December 1998
After a notorious mob boss assaults a restaurant waiter and is unapologetic, Fraser impavidly stands up against him and a legal system that seems powerless to do anything about it. Also, it's Christmas time and everybody in the station is drawing names to be a Secret Santa.

Season 4, Episode 9: A Likely Story

21 January 1999
Benton and Diefenbaker's street vendor friend Mr. Tucci is killed and while at Mrs. Tucci's, Stanley becomes attracted to her aide Luann. The investigation of the murder is complicated by a missing son, hidden wealth, and mob involvement.

Season 4, Episode 10: Say Amen

4 March 1999
While out Benton and Stanley observe a young couple when the girl Eloise is abducted. It's discovered she's a faith healer but fund raising seems primary. A bodyguard is stabbed, her friend Davey accused and Fraser starts focusing on her family's background.

Season 4, Episode 11: Hunting Season

4 March 1999
A young constable from the Northwest Territories travels to Chicago on the trail of two murder suspects, asking for Benton Fraser's help. The mounties come to discover they have a lot more in common than they initially thought.

Season 4, Episode 12: Call of the Wild: Part 1

14 March 1999
A homicide investigation leads Fraser and Kowalski to a major arms smuggling operation masterminded by Fraser Sr.'s old adversary Holloway Muldoon. As Fraser and Kowalski pursue the case, they come up against the Feds, accidentally blowing the cover of the real Ray Vecchio. As Part I ended, Fraser and Kowalski had pursued arms dealer Holloway Muldoon to an airfield, arriving just in time to cling to the fuselage of the departing plane.

Season 4, Episode 13: Call of the Wild: Part 2

14 March 1999
Fraser and Kowalski pursue an arms dealer to the Yukon, where they trek across dangerous ice fields to intercept a mysterious arms shipment. Joining forces with Thatcher, Turnbull and Buck Frobisher's legendary northern detachment, Fraser and Kowalski take on the buyers-Cyrus Bolt and his revolutionary militia.

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