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Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10
Year: 2001 | 2002 | 2003 | 2004 | 2005 | 2006 | 2007 | 2008 | 2009 | 2010 | 2011


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: One

30 September 2001
When a multi-million dollar diamond heist leaves two murdered victims in its wake -- along with the body of one of the slain robbers -- curious Detectives Goren and Eames chase down blind alleys, unaware that their quarry is a cold-blooded and manipulative master criminal. Eventually, the cops suspect that their killer has imposed his girlfriend on his gang and ponder if the murderous thieves have a mob connection that would permit them to quickly cash in on such a large haul of stones.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Jake Weber ... Karl Atwood

Michele Hicks ... Gia DeLuca

Lenny Venito ... Jake Nathan

Gene Canfield ... Detective Cardenas

Jayce Bartok ... Michael Carson
Michael P. Moran ... Mr. De Santis

Louis Vanaria ... Jimmy Randazzo

Dianne Wiest ... Interim D.A. Nora Lewin
David Ross ... Zivkovic

Michael Aronov ... Avi

Ajay Mehta ... Mr. Wahdi

Erika Thomas ... College Girl

Ebon Moss-Bachrach ... College Boy

Stuart Burney ... Mr. Kersten
Neva Small ... Mrs. Kersten

Fly Williams III ... Sharif (as Fly Williams)
Patrick Boll ... Crane

George T. Odom ... Redcap (as George Odom)

Michael H. Ingram ... Liston (as Michael Ingram)
Gloria Sauve ... Car Rental Clerk (as Gloria Suavé)
Sanjay Chandani ... Camera Salesman (as Jason Chandani)
Reade Kelly ... Schindel
Kevin Hagan ... Sergeant
David Brown Jr. ... 1st CSU Tech
Harry Peerce ... Pierson
Ray Fitzgerald ... Buildings Clerk

Peter Napoliello ... 1st Detective

George Morafetis ... Doorman

Adrian Martinez ... Airport Policeman
Dan Matisa ... Cell Phone Tech
Sonny Mandal ... Uniform Policeman

Paul Juhn ... Sketch Artist (as Paul H. Juhn)
David Raymond Wagner ... Detective #1

Glen Cunningham ... Detective #2 (as Glenn E. Cunningham)

Joseph Tudisco ... Jewel Thief (uncredited)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Art

7 October 2001
Detectives Goren and Eames sort through a palette of colorful characters when they probe the slayings of a museum curator and an art authenticator, and they soon discover evidence of copied masterpieces that makes an arrogant Austrian dealer their prime suspect -- but the key hinges on finding the elusive forger. Meanwhile, as Goren reveals a surprising knowledge of art -- and the German language -- the investigators figure that the best way to find a forger is to enlist the aid of another forger.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Tomas Arana ... Rudy Langer

Linda Gehringer ... Mrs. Jackson
Sam Freed ... William Blunt
Tom Bloom ... Bernard Jackson

Marceline Hugot ... Gloria

Toby Poser ... Anne Ellis
Richard Thompson ... Mr. Ellis
Lisby Larson ... Rachel Blunt

Isiah Whitlock Jr. ... Detective

Elizabeth Marvel ... Sylvia Moon

Lynn Cohen ... Mina Cohen

Tracy Howe ... Martell

Clifford David ... Ralph Kozinski

John Scurti ... Fred DeLuca

Susan Blackwell ... Joan Rhoden

Pamela Gray ... Maryann Foster (as Pamela J. Gray)
Jay Devlin ... Gary Payton
Crystal Bock ... Assistant (as Crystal Block)
Helen Harrelson ... Janet Rocomora

Neal Hemphill ... Casale
Matt Fischel ... Owen Coffey

Barry Shurchin ... CSU Tech

Anne Lockhart ... Policewoman (uncredited)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: Smothered

14 October 2001
When a pregnant woman who was struggling to stay clean from drugs is found slain, Detectives Goren and Eames search for her ex-junkie boyfriend whose tattered life is dominated by his wealthy socialite mother. While Captain Deakins (Jamey Sheridan) wants to hand off the seemingly open-and-shut case to the homicide cops, Goren protests that killing a pregnant woman deserves a more hands-on investigation -- and the detective soon finds a sticky web that extends to many dirty hands.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Kathleen Chalfant ... Priscilla Van Acker

Geoffrey Nauffts ... Dale Van Acker

Will Lyman ... Roger Jameson

Susan Misner ... Becky Stark

James Hanlon ... Larry Falls

Funda Duval ... Lois Romney (as Funda Duyal)
Jerry Lanning ... Holden

Stephen Beach ... Billy Coffey

Ronald Guttman ... Belgian Diplomat

Isiah Whitlock Jr. ... (credit only)

Kristen Lee Kelly ... Janice Falls

Ramsey Faragallah ... Randy

Tracy Howe ... Martell

Robert Levine ... Judge Feist

Oliver Solomon ... Evan

Lou Bonacki ... Anderson
Peter Ratray ... Ralston
Gordon Joseph Weiss ... Suspect
Susan Tabor ... Lana Bergman
Les J.N. Mau ... Young
Larry Fleischman ... Mr. Sloan

Sean Martin Hingston ... Dingo
John Seidman ... Dawson
Jonny Spanish ... Butler
Manuel Terron ... Clark
Beth Kucharczyk ... Manx
Harry Perdon ... Court Clerk
John Leyman ... Penzarella

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: The Faithful

17 October 2001
When a Catholic church sexton is found murdered in the sanctuary, Detectives Goren and Eames search for a thieving drug addict who works there, but their investigation grows dicey when it appears that the victim was skimming church funds -- and diverting them to the suspect. A further complication arises when the police make another grim discovery that implicates other important church officials in a widening scandal.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Michael O'Keefe ... Father Michael McShale

Peter McRobbie ... Father Capanna

Alex Feldman ... Kevin Donovan

Renoly Santiago ... Chiggy Rios

Leslie Hendrix ... Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers

Roy Thinnes ... Sheridan Beckworth

Michael Ornstein ... Howard
Jim Bracchitta ... Attorney Winsley

Dana Reeve ... Melanie Grasso

David Leary ... Father Dell

Stephen Henderson ... Abernathy (as Stephen McKinley Henderson)

Tracy Howe ... Declan

Stacy Highsmith ... Clarissa Abernathy
Rony Clanton ... Slim Jim
Patricia O'Connell ... Mrs. Whitlock
Jo Twiss ... Marg Cleary

Michael Rivera ... Hector

Santo Fazio ... Carlos Rios
Angela Pietropinto ... Sister Mary Agnes
Stuart Rudin ... Ronnie

Tom Cappadona ... Todd

Deacon Ledges ... Evidence Officer (as Boston Stergis)

Tia Dionne Hodge ... Teller

William H. Burns ... Police Officer
Joseph La Rocca ... Guard (as Joseph LaRocca)
Maria Leventis ... Nurse
Mick O'Rourke ... Cart Guy

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: Jones

21 October 2001
Goren and Eames track a married lawyer suspected of murdering his petite girlfriends.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Karen Young ... Denise Talbott

Thomas G. Waites ... Mo Turman

Jennifer Dundas ... Dana Nolan

Daniella Alonso ... Angie Suarez

Leslie Hendrix ... Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers

Matthew Rauch ... Rand Bowers

Patricia Rae ... Tia

Griffin Dunne ... Henry Talbott

Willis Burks II ... Ralph Weathers
Etya Dudko ... Irina Konchalovsky
Tina Jones ... Marie Rimer
Angel Caban ... Ivan Casamayor
Carlos Molina ... Detective Tolliver

David De Beck ... Detective Wertz (as David DeBeck)

Barry Finkel ... DiNovi
Caroline Strong ... Anna Camacho
Diane Cossa ... Beth Manne

Fay Ann Lee ... Nurse Tsiu
Craig Alan Edwards ... Sergeant Jakes
John Roney ... Max
Eliot Sash ... Precinct Lieutenant (uncredited)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: The Extra Man

28 October 2001
A man found dead in a hotel room is thought to be an international con artist who has cheated a number of wealthy investors.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Eric Thal ... Didier Foucault aka Denis Dupont

Haviland Morris ... Karen Cove

John Doman ... Roy Markham

Patricia Charbonneau ... Sydney Markham

Daniel Gerroll ... Bernard Cove
Steven Marcus ... Tom Santini
Donna Mitchell ... Mindy Blackstone

Terry Serpico ... Leslie Roche

Leslie Hendrix ... Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers

Gene Canfield ... Detective Harland
Guenia Lemos ... Simone DeSilva
Dean Nolen ... Rosenthal

Peter Bartlett ... Ferris
Walter Hudson ... Jonathan Phelps
Russ Salzberg ... Little
Paul D'Amato ... Nesci

Tracy Howe ... Leon
Elizabeth Roby ... Rochelle
Jane Cecil ... Hedda
Neal Lerner ... Cipriani
Maggie Burke ... Erma

Denise Lute ... Ida

Robert Levine ... Judge Feist

Gabor Morea ... Lattimore
Allie Woods Jr. ... Latrice

Bonnie Rose ... Eileen
Angelique Doudnikova ... Maid
Thomas Schall ... Bascomb
Jan Austell ... Quentin Randall (as Jan V.E. Austell)

Johnny Russo ... Sammy Bell

Ron Berglas ... Samson

Alicia Levy ... Charlotte

Maduka Steady ... Room Service Waiter
Bob Freschi ... Arraignment Clerk

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 7: Poison

11 November 2001
When a mysterious "angel of death" poisons a series of hospital victims with cyanide, Detectives Goren and Eames suspect a nurse who fits the typical profile - but when others fall dead outside the care facility, the investigators must widen their search. Even when the cops discover the source to be tainted, over-the-counter painkillers, the victims continue to pile up, and they can't gain any traction with their case until they find a motive -- or at least a source of the killer substance.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

J. Smith-Cameron ... Trudy Pomeranski
Susan Bruce ... Colleen Braxton
Anne O'Sullivan ... Ms. O'Brien

Charles Dumas ... NYPD Crisis Command Inspector
Daniel Jenkins ... Goren's Tree-Hugger Friend

Anita Gillette ... Loretta Marlon

Jerry Orbach ... Detective Lennie Briscoe

Jesse L. Martin ... Detective Ed Green
Myra Lucretia Taylor ... Amanda Juno
Stephanie Roth Haberle ... Mrs. Berkowitz

Marc Damon Johnson ... Derrick Alton

Robert Levine ... Judge Feist
Michael Cullen ... Inspector
Madison Arnold ... Harold Malloy
Brian McCormick ... Dr. Deane

Robin Miles ... Megan Tracewell

Kate Hampton ... Caroline Singer
Spencer Chandler ... Dr. Gardetta
Ray Virta ... Marc Truman
Robert Stoeckle ... Dr. Walter Andresen
Travis Walters ... 1st Grandchild
Samantha Lucier ... 2nd Grandchild
Margaret Goodman ... Mrs. Taylor

Joanne Scorcia ... Crash Cart Nurse (as Joanna Scorcia)
Lynda Baquero ... TV Reporter

Beth Bailey ... Annie
Eric Frandsen ... Montaldo (as Erik Frandsen)
Les McDonough ... Court Clerk
Ray DeMattis ... 1st Detective

Gary Galone ... 2nd Detective
Laura Scribner ... Juror

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 8: The Pardoner's Tale

18 November 2001
When an investigative reporter and his fiancée are gunned down, Detectives Goren and Eames hope to learn what the murder victim had intended to expose, but when they close in on the shooter, the cops discover dotted lines that connect to organized crime - and possibly the governor's office. While an uneasy Captain Deakins chafes at the prospect of sniffing around the power elite, Goren and Eames plunge full speed ahead and focus on key evidence that a bribe was paid at the state's highest level.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Kate Burton ... Stephanie Uffland

Joseph Siravo ... Joe Nawrocki

Kevin Carroll ... Greg Generae
Walt MacPherson ... Roy Fitzgerald

William Hill ... Jason Richards
Delores Mitchell ... Sandra Generae
Mark Zimmerman ... Richard Uffland

Matt Servitto ... Derek Freed

John Heard ... Larry Wiegert

Kristine Nielsen ... Linda Basinger

Louis Cancelmi ... Phil

Dennis Paladino ... Salazzo

Kevin Breznahan ... Lewis

John Cariani ... Perry

Kevin Carolan ... Bill
Ismail Bashey ... Patel
Denise Wilbanks ... Sarah

Polly Adams ... Roscoe
Kristi Kirk ... LaTanya
Claywood Sempliner ... Lowy

Steve Cell ... DiPello
Julia Gibson ... Maureen

Michael Goodwin ... McGowan

Bill Kocis ... Isaacs
Annette Tapent ... Louise
Mary Stout ... Weigart's Secretary
Jack McCormack ... Rawley
Joe Passaro ... CSU Tech

Michael DeNigris ... Arthur

Frank Bonsangue ... Mike

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 9: The Good Doctor

25 November 2001
When the philandering, drug-abusing wife of an arrogant plastic surgeon disappears, Detectives Goren and Eames suspect the doctor's earnest efforts to find her are bogus -- especially when they find he has a lover of his own. But even when the body of a decomposed woman washes ashore weeks later, the cops can't crack the doc's airtight defense -- and their only hope might be to turn his ego against him.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Robert Knepper ... Dr. Peter Kelmer

Barbara Garrick ... Jennifer Barish

Penny Balfour ... Lisa Voight

Judie Aronson ... Valerie Kelmer

Robert Hogan ... Judge Van Vliet

Donna Hanover ... Lauren Barbera
Stephen Rowe ... Dr. Nathanson
Jean De Baer ... Medical Examiner (as Jean DeBaer)
Joe Bacino ... Dave
Adoni Anastassopoulos ... D'Alacosta (as Adoni Anastasse)
Cullen O. Johnson ... Milton Barish (as Cullen Oliver Johnson)
Cynthia Darlow ... Eleanor Barish

Peggy Pope ... Brenda Hodge
Christopher Wynkoop ... Rudd

Ken Garito ... Dan Corley
Camilla Enders ... Nurse Honig

Slava Schoot ... Turkovic
Holly Natwora ... Lacey
David Derek Rogers ... Murray
Bill Fairbairn ... Burbage
Haynes Thigpen ... Jarmen
Harriet Hall ... Secretary
Linda Murrell ... Forewoman

Brian Hyman ... Armand (scenes deleted)
Eliot Sash ... Chief of Patrol (uncredited)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 10: Enemy Within

9 December 2001
After a an elderly and paranoid businessman dies in his penthouse suite, Goren and Eames must sort through suspects that include his son, caretaker and wife.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Lothaire Bluteau ... Rick Zainer

Laila Robins ... Kit Sternman

David Aaron Baker ... Edward Sternman

Tom Aldredge ... Attorney George Knowles

Caprice Benedetti ... Irene

Peter Maloney
Peter J. Fernandez ... A.R. Cabezas (as Peter Jay Fernandez)
David Chandler
Greg Zittel
George Martin ... Harry Sternman
B.J. Jones ... Berger

Don Creech ... Colin Flynn

Sean Gullette ... Ken Christopher

Wai Ching Ho ... Jane Yu
Ayelet Kaznelson ... Louise Zainer

Marilyn Matarrese ... Sandy Liston

Frank Senger ... Palnick

Amy Korb ... Waitress
Chiara Mangiameli ... Aricelli
Lizzy Davis ... Operator (as Lizzy Cooper Davis)
Tyna Tyler ... Secretary
Bill Walsh ... Fireman

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 11: The Third Horseman

6 January 2002
Goren and Eames investigate the murder by sniper attack of an abortion doctor - a subject close to Eames' heart.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Robert Stanton ... Dennis Griscom

Marsha Dietlein ... Laura Carlson (as Marsha Dietlein Bennett)

Leo Burmester ... Lorne Cutler

Earl Hindman ... Sheriff
Linda Halaska ... Susan Ward

Nesbitt Blaisdell ... Mr. McLeish

Michael Countryman ... Dr. Leo Cavella

Phyllis Somerville ... Mrs. McLeish
Richard Topol ... Cutler's Attorney

Tracy Sallows ... Marie Cavella
Christine Jones ... Mrs. Griscom

A.D. Miles ... Zach
Joan Rosenfels ... Nesmith
Maggie Lacey ... Judy
Eric Wippo ... Copy Clerk

Ken Forman ... Metal Worker
Peter James Kelsch ... 1st Homeless Guy

Taylor Patterson ... Ruthie

Ernest Mingione ... Sargeant

Paulina Gerzon ... Josie

Larry Gregory ... CSU Tech (as Larry S. Gregory)
Ronald Lew Harris ... Doorman
Bernie Friedman ... Homeless Guy

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 12: Crazy

13 January 2002
A psychiatrist and frequent expert witness becomes obsessed with a younger woman. When her young niece is suspected of being abused, the father is murdered. A messy divorce with mob overtones muddies the water.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Michael Gross ... Dr. Charles Webb

Stephanie Seymour ... Sara Lindstrom

Jenna Stern ... Julie Feldman

David Lansbury ... Officer Michael Stovic
Reathel Bean ... Webb's Attorney

Reed Birney ... A.D.A. Stillman

John C. Vennema ... Mrs. Feldman's Attorney

J.K. Simmons ... Dr. Emil Skoda
Julie Halston ... Gallery Owner
Dashiell Eaves ... Waiter
Christine Farrell ... Forensics Tech Arlene Shrier

Jason Fuchs ... Ricky Feldman

Raviv Ullman ... 1st Boy (as Ricky Ullman)
Lydia Jordan ... Sophie Feldman
Catrina Ganey ... Jamie Scavato
Joe Paparone ... Thomas Lucci
Danny Maseng ... Larry Feldman

Traci Godfrey ... Det. Valerie Pasche
Lauren Gott ... Lauren

Seth Barrish ... Bouchon

Peggy Gormley ... Judge Colloy
Sally Mayes ... Brenda
Joel Rooks ... Scott Freiden
Jim Jacobson ... Max Healy
Patrick Tovatt ... Judge Bastone

John Joseph Gallagher ... Clerk
Jason Moscartolo ... Uniform Policeman

Rebecca Wisocky ... CSU Tech
Les McDonough ... Court Clerk

Annika Marks ... Leeza Goldman

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 13: The Insider

27 January 2002
When the wealthy father of a teenaged party girl is found stabbed to death, Detectives Goren and Eames suspect a mysterious nightclub owner whose unsavory reputation and connection to the mob aroused the victim's fears. However, the cop investigators are stymied when they bump up against an immovable object after they discover the surprising hidden identity of the slick club proprietor.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Adam Trese ... John Hampton

Aleksa Palladino ... Lilly Carlyle
Michael Mulheren ... Agent Wallis

Jonathan Hadary ... Hall Richmond

Meg Gibson ... A.U.S.A. Emanuel

Elizabeth Reaser ... Serena Whitfield
Del Pentecost ... Forensics Tech

Eric Millegan ... Eddie Dutton
Tom Stechschulte ... Frank Wagner

Robert Funaro ... Vinny Russo

Andre Royo ... Riley
Nicole Alifante ... Crystal

Craig Walker ... Pete
Rick Warner ... Judge Gordino
Chris Cenatiempo ... Frank Ventura
Ian O'Malley ... Reporter
Dennis Ryan ... CSU Tech
Jarlath Conroy ... Caretaker
Marty Grabstein ... Pomerantz
Dan Mason ... Jack Whitfield
Eddie Pepitone ... Court Deputy
Jeff Hayenga ... Wharton Carlyle (as Jeffrey Hayenga)
Rumaisa Rahman ... College Student (uncredited)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 14: Homo Homini Lupis

3 March 2002
The kidnap of a man's wife and daughters turns out not to be for ransom, and catching the kidnappers comes down to Goren reaching a traumatized girl.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver
James Colby ... Lucas Colter

Ritchie Coster ... Simon Matic
Jordan Charney ... Melvin Colter

Marianne Hagan ... Susan Colter

Frank Pellegrino ... Carl Pettijohn

Stephi Lineburg ... Maggie Colter

Suzanne Shepherd ... Joan

Andrew Pang ... Kenneth Shen

Jordan Gelber ... Phil
Angela Bullock ... Harkan Fereli
C. Kavanagh Harris ... Rick
Joe Richards ... Det. Marinoff

Jerry Shulman ... Roy Rose

Selenis Leyva ... Isabella Costas
Mimi Quillin ... Danita Swinton

Harry S. Murphy ... Gene Starling
Bailey Slattery ... Sarah Colter

Alberto Vazquez ... Nicky Torres
Jay Boryea ... Other Serb
Roy William Gardner ... Attorney for Defendant (uncredited)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 15: Semi-Professional

10 March 2002
When a judge's clerk is found dead in the judge's home, clues point to a semi-professional hit-man. But Goren and Eames uncover rivalries and jealousies among the judges sitting on the bench. How can the detectives and ADA solve this mystery under intense political pressure?

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Michael Murphy ... Judge Peter Blakemore

Bruce MacVittie ... Arnie Cox
Dan Frazer ... Mack McNeil

Tom Tammi ... Attorney for Judge Blakemore

Tony Hendra ... Book Publisher

George DiCenzo ... Judge Raoul Sabatelli
Fiona Gallagher ... Dawn Cox
Tanya Berezin ... Lenore Hirschman
Claudia Fielding ... Marie Duval

Sharon Angela ... Connie
Sally Parrish ... Lara Trudeau

Jacqueline Murphy ... Emily Trudeau
Mel Boudrot ... Henry Brown

Fred Berman ... Raymond

Chance Kelly ... Court Officer #1
Don Stephenson ... Bernard Sweet
D.L. Shroder ... Morty Gruber
Dino Castelli ... Ambulance Driver (uncredited)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 16: Phantom

17 March 2002
Goren and Eames must untangle the story behind a mysterious man living a double life while telling his family that he is an economist for the United Nations. As his world of lies unravels, murder seems to be his only way out.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Michael Emerson ... Gerry Rankin

Brooke Smith ... Tessa Rankin

Kelly Deadmon ... Charlotte's Friend

Andrew Fiscella ... Frank Caspari
Oni Faida Lampley ... U.N. Official

Joseph Ragno ... Benny Franconi

Cara Buono ... Charlotte Fielding

Lindsay Andretta ... Natalia Rankin
Richard Thomsen ... Jack Rankin

Marissa Matrone ... Connie

Ronobir Lahiri ... Dr. Singh
Tyrone Mitchell Henderson ... Vince
Paul Tiesler ... Jason Rankin
Nathan Perez ... Carlos

Jason Butler Harner ... Bob
Joe Osheroff ... 2nd Botanical Worker

Brendan Patrick Connor ... 3rd Botanical Worker
Lukas N. Skipitaris ... Mr. Demetrios

Craig Chester ... Thor

Robert Kelly ... Detective Ray Valdez (as Robert Donlon Kelly)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 17: Seizure

31 March 2002
When a woman is found murdered in a hotel room with the same signature as an accused serial killer awaiting trial behind bars, Detectives believe it to be the work of a copycat. Considering that details of the case have been kept strictly under wraps, and the accused killer, Reddick, has had no visitors other that attorneys and psychiatrists, aids Detectives in limiting the suspect pool. Once Goran and Eames discover that Reddick is involved in a clinical study linking a brain lesion to rage killing, they grow to suspect that one of the doctors conducting the study committed the copycat killing, but find the reason shocking.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

James Naughton ... Dr. Roger Buckman
Jenny Bacon ... Dr. Cathleen Dwyer

Jack Gwaltney ... Kevin Reddick
Michael Lombard ... Reddick's Attorney

Marcus Chong ... John 'Johnny' West
Victor Colicchio ... Building Manager
Adrianna Sevan ... Rosa Dern

Alison Bartlett ... Allison Dean (as Alison Bartlett O'Reilly)
Mike Hodge ... Assistant Warden Munoz

Katheryn Winnick ... Karyn Barrett
Kelli Simpkins ... Amy

Jade Wu ... Irene Chang

Melanie Nicholls-King ... Chesley Barnes
Miguel Sierra ... Delgado
Joel Rooks ... Meyer

Stewart Steinberg ... Judge Bardsley
John Fiske ... Det. Stegman

Wayne Gurman ... Riker's Correction Officer

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 18: Yesterday

14 April 2002
When the highly mummified remains of a woman long dead are discovered washed up along the Bronx River, Goren and Eames find that this cold case is an unsolved homicide investigated years ago by James Deakins, the man now their captain.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver
Jim True-Frost ... Jay Lippman
Danton Stone ... Rick Morrissey

Kelly Wolf ... Sally Morrissey
Johanna Day ... Anne Lippman

Colleen Werthmann ... Maureen

Frank Medrano ... Pete Kokiko
Allison Daugherty Smith ... Kathy McLellan (as Allison Daugherty)
Mary Diveny ... Mrs. Gambi
Helen Hanft ... Ruth Cohen

Kevin Mambo ... Tech Hemmerick
Ed Vassallo ... Mike Heskey

Timothy Warmen ... Elden Green (as Tim Warmen)
Ray Wills ... Brill

Scott Nicholson ... Uniform Officer

Kathleen Goldpaugh ... Janet Rawlings
Ray Garvey ... Sgt. Borden

Justin Silver ... CSU Gardner
Mikey Holland ... Alex Morrissey

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 19: Maledictus

21 April 2002
The American-raised daughter of a Russian mafioso, author of a tell-all memoir about growing up in a criminal family, is killed soon after starting work on a new project. But what was to be the undisclosed subject of her second book?

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

David Thornton ... Kenny Strick

Veanne Cox ... Martha Strick

Damian Young ... George Tate
Alla Kliouka ... Ilana Yushka

Martin Moran ... Ilana's Publisher
Lori Michele Harris ... Ursula Stovitz / Anna Llewellyn (as Michele Harris)

Ylfa Edelstein ... Oleg's Girlfriend (as Ylfa Maria Edelstein)
Antonia Rey ... Maggie Mendez

Worth Howe ... Sheriff Lund
George Bartenieff ... John Nemetz

Sharron Bower ... Sylvie Clark

Richard V. Licata ... Dominic Castellana
Peter Ashton Wise ... Agent Britton

Edward James Hyland ... Lt. Wallace
Eleanor Glockner ... Helen
Nina Savinski ... Yelena (as Nina Savinsky)
Elizabeth Ostrovsky ... Sasha
Wendy Spero ... Allison
Jacques Sandulescu ... Boris
Sasha Nesterov ... Older Mobster
Mark Bezinyan ... Young Mobster
Pete Ohnegian ... Limo Driver

Bill Burr ... Jogger

Chic Daniel ... Oleg (uncredited)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 20: Badge

28 April 2002
An apparent murder-suicide by an auditor at the city's comptroller office takes a turn when an audit of the school district's security system is found.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Viola Davis ... Terry Randolph

Robert Clohessy ... Phil LeGrand

Jack Koenig ... Ron Sherwood
Mark Nelson ... Mancuso

Susie Essman ... Ron Sherwood's Secretary
Beulah Quo ... Cecilia Wang

S. Epatha Merkerson ... Lt. Anita Van Buren

Mary B. McCann ... Mandy Sherwood (as Mary McCann)

Tracy Howe ... Declan
Mark Casella ... Ronnie Jakes (as Mark Cassella)
Michael McCormick ... Forensics Tech Hinman
Lawrence Clayton ... Munson

Kevin Nagle ... Arliss
David Healy ... Mel
Micki Grant ... Pauline
James E. Moriarty ... Donner

Peter Patrikios ... Young Uniform Johnston
Chris McGovern ... Con Ed Meter Reader (as Christopher McGovern)
James Williams ... Safety Officer Morris
Donnie Casler ... Billy Sherwood

Sebastian Sozzi ... Benito
Aaliyyah Hill ... Simone

Jason Flores ... High School Student

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 21: Faith

28 April 2002
Goren and Eames investigate the death of a magazine publisher and a brilliant scam involving a sick child no one has seen.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Mia Dillon ... Barb Windemere
Remak Ramsay ... Doug Lafferty
Matthew Sussman ... David Cantler

Adam LeFevre ... Toby Windemere

Bill Raymond ... Mr. Green

Polly Draper ... Christine Wilkes
Philip LeStrange ... Detective Abramson

Christopher Durham ... Jerry Lafferty

Marianne Tatum ... Carol Lafferty
Guiesseppe Jones ... Len Jenkins
Victor Truro ... Murray
Cyndi Coyne ... Trixie

Sal Mistretta ... Attorney Jacobs

Sondra Wymar ... Nina

Dariush Kashani ... Attul

Steve Harper ... Police Assistant (as Steven Michael Harper)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 22: Tuxedo Hill

10 May 2002
A female financial executive is framed for murder and blackmailed to hide her company's illegal stock practices.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Bruce Altman ... Jack Crawley
Cindy Katz ... Elizabeth Dawson

Amy Hargreaves ... Karyn Milner
Jim Fyfe ... Bill

Ali Reza ... Michael Gergen (as Ali Farahnakian)
Victor Arnold ... Mr. Nelson
Dan Ziskie

Elisabeth Noone ... Dawson's Attorney

Tracy Howe ... Declan

Robin Swid ... Jamie
Charles Musumeci ... George Venturelli (as Charles J. Musumeci)

Andrea Sooch ... Anne Wikzemsky
Catherine Brophy ... Pia Winnick

Jinn S. Kim ... Harold Lin
Mark Schulte ... Pilot
Michael Luggio ... Detective Elsworth

Billy Griffith ... Construction Man
Terianne Flacone ... Construction Woman (as Terianne Falcone)
Felicia Taylor ... News Reporter
Linda Miller ... Officer Douglas
John Stanisci ... Executive
Chuck Lewkowicz ... Neighbor
Logan McCall ... Fireman
James Starace ... Uniform Officer

Jennifer Michelle Brown ... Jenny Dawson (uncredited)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Dead

29 September 2002
Several people are murdered and Goren and Eames must find what connected them. Soon the detectives realize they are after a very intelligent and dangerous killer.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Jay O. Sanders ... Harry Rowan

Jim Gaffigan ... Russell Matthews

Tina Benko ... Susan Rowan
Patrick Garner ... Doug Hagman
Leslie Lyles ... Mrs. Hagman

Leslie Hendrix ... Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers

Peter Van Wagner ... Anti-Desecration Fanatic
Emilio Del Pozo ... Mr. Rivera

Armando Riesco ... Scott Calderon

Magaly Colimon ... Ella
Philip Goodwin ... Fritz Vaughn
David Lenthall ... Damon Tyler
James Stovall ... Detective Nunez
Nick Plakias ... Medical Examiner Augente
Bob Ader ... Lawrence Auerbach
Louis Butelli ... CSU Technician

Naelee Rae ... Molly Rowan
L.J. Bologna ... Harry Rowan Jr.

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: Bright Boy

6 October 2002
Goren and Eames go up against a determined father and his gifted child while investigating the death of a social worker and the deputy mayor.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Tim Guinee ... David Bishop

Liam Aiken ... Robbie Bishop

Lisa Eichhorn ... Dr. Leonard

John Hillner ... Deputy Mayor Bill Webster
Phoebe Jonas ... Kim Stevens

Joshua Burrow ... Adolph Kulik
Charlotte Booker ... Mrs. Rasmussen
Gabriel Millman ... Charlie Rasmussen

Rick Shapiro ... Manny
Aleta Mitchell ... Phyllis Munroe
Eric McLendon ... Dave Wood
Jennifer Albano ... Joan Kulik
Joe Gonzalez ... Detective Genaro
James Hindman ... Detective Richland

Patty Parker Mathes ... Reporter (as Patty Parker)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 3: Anti-Thesis

13 October 2002
A university president is killed and the suspects include a professor who wants a chairman position, a grad student, and a lecturer from Oxford.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Olivia d'Abo ... Elizabeth Hitchens / Nicole Wallace

Linda Emond ... Dr. Christine Fellowes

Peter Gerety ... George Dawkins

Daniel London ... Mark Bayley

Reg E. Cathey ... Professor Roland Sanders

Philip Bosco ... Prof. Winthrop

Geoffrey Cantor ... Ronald Hardin

Craig Chester ... Derek
Doug Barron ... Hamilton Frisch

Pascale Armand ... Valerie Goodman

Jason Furlani ... Detective Ponds
Lianna Pai ... Janey Lin (as Liana Pai)
Tess Lina ... Vana
Shauna Hurley ... Kate Robbins
Jane Elizabeth Mendez ... Female Student (as Jane Sweet)
Khaz B ... Male Student

Stefanie Bari ... Maria (uncredited)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: Best Defense

20 October 2002
After receiving misleading phone calls, and discovering a severed brake line, A.D.A. Peter Bonham appears to be the target of a contract hit. When Bonham kills the hit-man, Gary Burke, in his wine-cellar, Goran and Eames set out to discover who hired him. All of the evidence uncovered by the Detectives seem to point directly at Bonham's own wife, a successful trial attorney. It doesn't take long after arresting her, however, for Goren to suspect that she is being framed, and why. The challenge facing the Detectives is proving it, while not tipping their hand to the real culprit.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

David Marshall Grant ... A. D. A. Peter Bonham

Susan Floyd ... Linda Bonham

Carlos Leon ... JoJo Martinez

Olga Merediz ... Mrs. Martinez
Jim Bracchitta ... Vince Quitoriano
Keith Randolph Smith ... Jailhouse Attorney

Margaret Reed ... Allison Selwyn
T. Scott Cunningham ... Jerry Selwyn
Joe La Piana ... John Alfonzo

Nashawn Kearse ... Eric Walters
Anney Giobbe ... Lori
John Boyle ... Bill Stanton
Edward Blanchard ... Artie Kahn
Sean McCourt ... Jay Nowak

Aura Vence ... Suzie Valdez

Christopher Mann ... Eddie Wallace

Jason Furlani ... Cop
Liberty Jean ... Prison Librarian
Orville Mendoza ... Mr. Sanchez, Super
Isabel Blank ... Sara Bonham

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 5: Chinoiserie

27 October 2002
The death of a young mother in front of her children while they're in Chinatown points towards the events at Tiananmen Square, but the clues send them towards antiquities instead.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Peter Frechette ... Stuart Gaston
Stephen Sable ... Pang Ghiangji

Frank Wood ... George Weems

Kim Chan ... Mr. Hsu

Sean Cullen ... Liam Montgomery

Harvey Atkin ... Judge Alan Ridenour

Elizabeth Wilson ... Lucille Mobray
Jordan Lage ... John Littleton
Karen Tsen Lee ... Annie Littleton
Leo Tran ... Tao Jim
Ross Bickell ... Harry Plimpton
Michael Hobbs ... Houghton

Bruce Kirkpatrick ... Richard Cauldwell
Joe Richards ... Detective McGowan

Erin Dilly ... Isabella Gradowcyzk
Selena Nelson ... Joan Breuer
Nancy Wu ... Xiang Li Mei
Les J.N. Mau ... Super

Cate Smit ... Stella
Michael Patrick McCaffrey ... Fenwick
Gerrit Vooren ... Latent Tech

Paul J.Q. Lee ... Forger
John Van Liew ... Lawrence Mobray
Alexis Chang ... Susan Littleton
Jillian Stacom ... Laurie Mobray
Evan Carrube ... Frankie Mobray
Austin Chang ... Stephen Littleton

Jim Lau

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 6: Malignant

3 November 2002
The murder of two deliverymen leads to a scheme to make money from drugs, and man's standing in his church community.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Stephen Tobolowsky ... Jim Halliwell
Jonathan Hogan ... Reverend Norman Mills
Richard Bright ... Frank Lowell

Paul Wesley ... Luke Miller (as Paul Wasilewski)

Leslie Hendrix ... Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers

Scott Sowers ... Joel

Julian Gamble ... Delivery Manager

Deirdre Lovejoy ... Penny Halliwell

Ilana Levine ... Luke Miller's Attorney
J.R. Horne ... Dryden
Stuart Zagnit ... LeMoyne

Felix Solis ... Cardenas

Tyler Bunch ... Drew Romney
Ray Luetters ... Mr. Miller

Jon Bernthal ... Lane Ruddock
Chris Anderson ... Rick Gill
Rachel Vasquez ... Melinda

Dennis T. Carnegie ... Detective Maynard (as Dennis T. Pressey)
Uzma Majid ... Dr. Pashe
Jack Thyme ... Freddie

Jon Budinoff ... Cale
Jim Ward ... Detective Fortelli

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 7: Tomorrow

10 November 2002
The murder of a wealthy man's two children and their friend has Goren and Eames looking at his ex-wife, but a closer look at the evidence reveals a different connection and sisters with an unusual attachment.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Tammy Blanchard ... Sarah Eldon

Merritt Wever ... Hannah Price
Frank Converse ... Bill Davenport
Sig Libowitz ... Mr. Shatenstein

Noelle Beck ... Tina Davenport

Leslie Hendrix ... Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers
Brian Smiar ... Mr. Eldon

Maddie Corman ... Marjorie Whilden

Jason Pendergraft ... Rick Davenport
Ken Abraham ... Detective Mooty

Siri Baruc ... Amanda Davenport

Martha Millan ... Jinny Canto
Steven Randazzo ... Judge Palladino
Marisa Redanty ... Elizabeth Carr
Sloane Shelton ... Mrs. Eldon
Suzanne Hevner ... Judith McNally

Andy Powers ... Josh Phillips
Les McDonough ... Court Clerk
Liz Rebert ... Shari

Heidi Dippold ... Ellen Montgomery

Emma Lesser ... Lucy Davenport
Chloe Vedder ... Abby

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 8: The Pilgrim

17 November 2002
When a Pittsburgh cop's daughter goes missing, Goren and Eames find themselves on the trail of radical Muslims who will do anything to accomplish the next lesson for America.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Rider Strong ... Ethan Edwards
John Bolger ... FBI Agent O'Dell

Manny Perez ... Jorge Galvez
Reathel Bean ... Joe Edwards
Mary Shultz ... Vera Edwards

Sam Coppola ... Neal Dornan

Daryl Edwards ... Jorge's Employer
Adrianne Frost ... Leslie Dornan

Andrea Ciannavei ... Janey Woods

Kathleen Doyle ... Nancy Dornan

Michelle Hurst ... Audrey
Belle Calaway ... Phyllis
Donald Silva ... Agent Asher

Daniel Breaker ... Zach
Michael Creo ... Detective Sims
Eric Rath ... Newscaster
Eddie Pepitone ... Counterman

Michelle Maryk ... Reporter
James Ferazzi ... K-9 Officer
Piter Marek ... Ali Al-Javad

Waleed Zuaiter ... Khalid
Mia Tagano ... CSU Tech #2
Dyron Holmes ... CSU Tech #1
Kelvin Davis ... SWAT Cop

Richard Robichaux ... Student (uncredited)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 9: Shandeh

1 December 2002
The investigation into the murder of a Jewish woman turns towards her family once Goren and Eames find out about her husband's affair.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Linda Lavin ... Ursula Sussman

Ned Eisenberg ... Danny Sussman

Peter Appel ... Louis Bernoff

Max Casella ... Nicky

KaDee Strickland ... Sandi Tortomassi
Patricia Dunnock ... Kelly Sussman
Philip Levy ... Myerson
Amanda Naughton ... Anna Gerrigan

Ray Iannicelli ... Podell
Isa Thomas ... Mrs. Gerrigan
Nikki E. Walker ... Johanna Starr Corbin
Bernadette Penotti ... Colette

Margot Steinberg ... Sylvia Felder

Alex Emanuel ... Calos
Danny Rutigliano ... Detective Jacobs
Gerry Goodstein ... Roth

Michael Elian ... CSU Technician (as A. Michael Elian)
Tim Ehrlich ... Jordan Sussman

Miryam Coppersmith ... Sharon Sussman

Tammy Jo Ford ... Isabel (uncredited)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 10: Con-Text

5 January 2003
When a mob-related father-son murder-suicide doesn't hold true, detectives Goren and Eames find a connection to a nobody younger brother, a self-help guru, and two million missing dollars.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

John Benjamin Hickey ... Randall Fuller
Sean Dugan ... Doug Morgan
Graeme Malcolm ... Mickey Connelly

Mark Blum ... Dr. Philip Oliver

Karen Black ... Vera Morgan

Heather Goldenhersh ... Roseanne Connelly

Gibson Frazier ... Jimmy Connelly

Julie Lauren ... Lena Caruso

Eric Martin Brown ... Kevin
John Viscardi ... Barry Cooper
William Jess Russell ... Keppler

Cheryl Lynn Bowers ... Peggy
Joey Vega ... Detective Javier
Richard Shoberg ... Dunne
Patricia R. Floyd ... Medical Examiner Rafi

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 11: Baggage

12 January 2003
The death by vicious beating of an airline supervisor seems to point toward the men she's complained to management for harassment.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Lee Tergesen ... Keith Ramsey

Danny Johnson ... Walter Tate
Ron Ryan ... Mr. Sullivan

E.J. Carroll ... Desmond McCarthy

Colleen Clinton ... Jenny Sullivan
Lynne Lipton ... Mrs. Sullivan

Timothy Devlin ... FBI Agent Lions

Rich Cooper ... Louis Pens
John Coughlin ... Bill Stuart

Jose Pablo Cantillo ... Jack Martinez

Colette O'Connell ... Sylvia Broderick

Thomas Lyons ... Drew Luzma
Patricia Ageheim ... Lucia Hastings
Jordan Matter ... Detective Warren

Meghan Wolf ... Steffi
Joseph La Rocca ... Mike (as Joseph LaRocca)
Michelle Dawson ... Liz
Yuri Naumkin ... Simon

Barry Bradford ... Jimmy
Greg Haberny ... Crew Guy

Jim Wisniewski ... Josh Drotos

James Doherty ... FBI Agent Greenspan (uncredited)

Steve Nuke ... Guy at Bar (uncredited)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 12: Suite Sorrow

2 February 2003
After the tyrannical owner of a Manhattan luxury hotel is found submerged in her bathtub, evidence seems increasingly to indicate that the woman's death was the work of her deeply frustrated, long-suffering daughter.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Manny Alfaro ... Carlos
James A. Baffico ... Derwit Cooper

Bryan Batt ... Hugo
Andrew Cassese ... Reporter #1
David Drake ... Jason
Mariane Ebert ... Marisol
Michael Hayden ... Kenneth Rayfield

Leslie Hendrix ... Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers
John Horton

Hal Linden ... Mr. Turner

Pete Macnamara ... Ass't. Medical Examiner
Colin McPhillamy ... Lloyd Prescott

Tom O'Rourke ... Peter Behrens
Nancy Opel ... Nina

Betty Ouyang ... Reporter #2

Judith Roberts ... Nan Turner

Amy Ryan ... Julie Turner
Cristina Soler ... Mercedes
Patrick Welsh ... Penton

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 13: See Me

9 February 2003
A psychiatrist is stabbed to death one night in a park adjoining Gracie Mansion, and the killer seems to be a hostile schizophrenic from a nearby homeless shelter; but there proves to be far more to the case than meets the naked eye.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Christopher Evan Welch ... Dr. Thomas Dysart
Rose Gregorio ... Lupe Garcia
Jack Gilpin ... Dr. Michael Roland

Shuler Hensley ... Jeff Richter
Peter J. Fernandez ... A.R. Cabezas (as Peter Jay Fernandez)

Barbara Walsh ... Mrs. Roland

Victor Argo ... Mr. Garcia
Seth Jones ... Norman Bosgang
Mary Catherine Wright ... Mrs. Hoffstetter

Carolyn Baeumler ... Jennifer Alspach
Lou Torres ... Derek
John Leonard Thompson ... Dr. Royce Peterson
David W. Butler ... Dr. Steven Emerson

Donnetta Lavinia Grays ... Emily LeCroix
Clayton LeBouef ... Reggie Karter
Joe Paradise ... Roger Biagiotti
Heather Aldridge ... Marilyn Reese
Carol Morley ... Patricia Reese
Hilary Chaplain ... Kathy Carson
Tom Day ... Detective Holt

Jeffrey Doornbos ... David
Ian Chandler Sheaffer ... Matthew Roland (uncredited)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 14: Probability

16 February 2003
Detectives Goren and Eames are investigating the murders of several homeless people.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Mark Linn-Baker ... Wally Stevens

Matthew Arkin ... Ben Gergis

Ken Cheeseman ... Leo Gergis

Isabel Glasser ... Elaine Gergis

Leslie Hendrix ... Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers
David Dollase

Lance Reddick ... Jack Bernard

Olga Sosnovska ... Jeanne Marie Lofficier
Les J.N. Mau ... Mark Shen

Kate Rigg ... Detective Hinson
Tom Bozell ... Englehart
Rose Stockton ... Reuben
Stephen Brian Jones ... Chester
Ken Triwush ... Jim Deaver
Dawnnie Mercado ... Sophia

Nate Corddry ... Ricky Gergis (as Nathan Corddry)
Richard Byrne ... Uniform Cop
Lauren Bone ... Ginny

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 15: Monster

2 March 2003
Soon after a notorious "Yuppie Killer" leaves prison, his mother is found dead. As Goren and Eames investigate, however, they find disturbing hints tying her murder to yet another infamous, but closed, case: the "Reservoir Runner Rape."

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Adam Storke ... Mark Dietrich
Christine Jones ... Laura Dietrich

Terri Conn ... Chantal Fielding (as Terri Colombino)

Stephen Singer ... Lawyer
Deborah LaCoy ... Jane Stephens

Mike Starr ... Detective Ted Marston
Anne Lange ... Myra Reynolds
Rachel Hardin ... Naomi
Michael Genet ... Feingold
Jim Frangione ... Detective Sims

Jacqueline Mazarella ... Lisa Russo

Jeffrey Lamar ... Older Nishan Fitzwilliam

William H. Burns ... Spence
Bruce Ward ... Detective Al Russo, 12th Precinct
Kevin Rahsaan Grant ... Monty Lawrence
Jade Yorker ... Young Nishan Fitzwilliam

Neil Schwary ... Patron

Tom Verri ... Arresting Officer

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 16: Cuba Libre

9 March 2003
A millionaire ex-con's wife is murdered the night of his release, and as the detectives piece together a complex case they must somehow devise a way to use his extreme paranoia against him.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Clifton Powell ... Dempsey Powers

Peter Marx ... Milt Winters Jr. (as Peter Marx)

Sean Nelson ... Taye Powers

Cady Huffman ... Pamela Winters

Joel Grey ... Milton Winters

Tibor Feldman ... Jack Duvall
Alvin Ing ... Dr. Chang
Jefferson Slinkard ... Winston Malik

Malcolm Barrett ... Ahmal (as Malcolm I. Barrett)

Oliver Solomon ... Solomon
Lisa Branch ... Jaqueetha 'JC'
Yvette Mercedes ... Juanita

Loreni Delgado ... Gloria Escobar

Sidné Anderson ... Sally Haimes
Steve Scionti ... Tony Sirvino

Nick Raio ... Guard
Charles Gray ... Cell Guard
Mark Azarcon ... Ike
Al Sachs ... Shooting Cop
Stephen Gregor ... Tim Vasen

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 17: Cold Comfort

30 March 2003
Esteemed former Senator Randolph Kittridge succumbs to cancer while his son and daughter wrangle over a codicil to his will providing that his body be cryogenically frozen after his death. But when not only the ailing Senator but also his daughter die, Eames and Goren start looking at murder suspects and their motives.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Josef Sommer ... Spencer Durning
Jay Goede ... Nicholas Durning

Tim Ransom ... Jack Kittridge
Robert LuPone ... Nelson Broome

Mark Zeisler

John Gould Rubin ... Oliver Kersh

Leslie Hendrix ... Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers
William Wise

Tom Atkins ... Mr. Monahan

Maureen Mueller ... Eloise Kittridge

Wendy Hoopes ... Katie Guardino
Jamie Day ... Karen

William Langan ... Randolph Kittridge
Richard Seff ... Dr. Lang
Donna Davis ... Grace

Aedin Moloney ... Tracey
Iris Little Thomas ... Judge Lucinda Flynn (as Iris Little-Thomas)
Deirdre Madigan ... Maureen Kittridge

Donnell Rawlings ... Don

Myra 'Dakota' Bown ... Risa
Sheila Saunders ... Mrs. Beth Guardino
Donald Grody ... Mr. Morris Guardino

Beth Adubato ... Reporter (as Beth Ellen Patrick)
John Benoit ... Lyndon
Dee Pelletier ... Catherine Dooley

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 18: Legion

6 April 2003
After a father and son are found with their throats cut, detectives Goren and Eames find everyone in the victims' supposedly "low-crime" neighborhood strangely reluctant to cooperate with the murder investigation.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver
Andres Munar ... Frankie Marino
Marcos Muniz ... Enrique Iberra

Tawny Cypress ... Louisa Iberra

Brian Adam DeJesus ... Bennie Renato
Nile Lanning

Paul Calderon ... Jojo Rios

Jaime Tirelli ... Jimmy Ramirez

Tim Kang ... Murakami
Suzanne Grodner ... Jennie Gray
Catrina Ganey ... Maxine Dupuis
Patrick Rameau ... Lucien Dupuis

Ted Sod ... Anthony Marino
Lucas Caleb Rooney ... Lawrence
Joy Styles ... Nurse Taylor
D.C. Benny ... Eddie
Adrian Davila ... Sami Iberra
Cristián Castro ... Ramon
Maxx Brawer ... Berto
Samuel Allen ... Chuck
Samantha Perez ... Tina Iberra

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 19: Cherry Red

27 April 2003
Goren and Eames try to unravel a deadly mystery after an elderly woman dies in a fire and bequeaths some of her estate to a young woman who is subsequently murdered. Soon their investigation turns to a shady state public administrator who has re-invented the concept of "grave-robbing." Goren discovers the suspect's weakness for expensive collector cars, but to make the case succeed in court, he might also need to exploit his quarry's personal relationships.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Martha Madison ... Susan Watkins

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Dennis Christopher ... Roger Coffman

Kevin Breznahan ... Lewis
Freddy Bastone ... Craig Batchelder

Paul Dooley ... Stan Coffman
David Pittu ... O'Leary

Alice Spivak ... Mrs. Wing

Elizabeth Morton ... Kate Finoff (as Liz Morton)
Marcia Haufrecht ... Erin Finoff

Stephen Peabody ... Mark

Teddy Coluca ... Gaydos

Robert 'Toshi' Kar Yuen Chan ... Willie Chan
Robertson Carricart ... Keith Brown
Ed Onipede Blunt ... Ogilvey

Rik Alan Walter ... Reggie

Emanuel Loarca ... Warehouse Clerk

Anne Lockhart ... Policewoman (uncredited)

Chuck Montgomery ... Arson Inspector (uncredited)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 20: Blink

4 May 2003
The murder of a young collegian leads to the world of gambling and a man without fear.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Ian Kahn ... Ken Harris

Kevin Sussman ... Phil Hobart

Keith Powell ... Gregg Monroe

Robert Hogan ... Ferdie

Angela Christian ... Kerry Harris
Jon Korkes ... Ralph Bannerman
Jason Cornwell ... Tomas Ramone
Larry Block ... Frank Kastner
Olivia Swan ... Penelope Chai
Laurie Kennedy ... Professor Eileen Kray
Lou Sones ... Cashier
Charlie Sandlan ... Detective Grunier
D.J. Sharp ... Cooley
Ismail Bashey ... Yossi Almaliakh
Charles Stransky ... Klemmer
Yvonne Woods ... Amy Wittlin
Colleen Hawks ... Dealer
Travis Wright ... P.A. Delgado

Tim Campione ... Human Resource Officer (uncredited)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 21: Graansha

11 May 2003
An investigation into the murder of a probation officer leads Goren and Eames into the world of Irish Travellers.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Tom Noonan ... Malcolm Bryce

Sally Murphy ... Lane Devlin

William Sadler ... Kyle Devlin
Angela Reed ... Ann Devlin Lawson
Jeremiah Miller ... Paul Bryce

Sean Patrick Reilly ... Aidan Devlin
Dave Konig ... Ted Morgan
Kelly Singer ... Fiona Devlin

Brendan O'Malley ... Evan Devlin
Bernie Sheredy ... Colin Brennan
Adam Sietz ... Detective Meisel
Gayton Scott ... Janet Bryce
Lyric Marie Benson ... Tanya McFadden
Ron Megown ... Carroll
Terry Donnelly ... Trina Devlin
Janelle Anne Robinson ... Marcia Wolter
Peter Von Berg ... Mike Billings
Greg O'Donovan ... Liam
Mark Kashersky ... Officer Wallach
Jason Weston ... Matty

Lauren Adler ... Patrick Devlin's Wife (uncredited)

Kirstie Bingham ... Mrs. Sean Brennan (uncredited)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 22: Zoonotic

18 May 2003
Part 1 of 2: The murder of a crooked cop puts Detectives Goren and Eames on the trail of an obsessively clean doctor whose previous girlfriends all seem to be afflicted with a "zoonotic" disease -- or a virus found only in animals. Their probe also points to a preening veterinarian as well as a looming psychological component that is crucial to putting a bulletproof case together.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

James Urbaniak ... Dr. Roger Stern

Laura Regan ... Tish Van Der Wahl

Leslie Hendrix ... Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers

Carrie Preston ... Megan Colby

Todd Stashwick ... Dr. Scott Borman

Peter Rini ... Billy 'Buzz' Davis

Leslie Cohen ... Janice Davis
Bill Cwikowski ... Sgt. Timmins
Katherine Wallach ... Dr. Patty Kantor

Marin Ireland ... Anais Hutchinson
Kali Karagias ... Angel Ferrante
Izzy Flores ... Xavier Cabezas

Gameela Wright ... Detective Amanda Giles
Madeline Blake ... Melissa Davis

Jessica Chollet ... Nurse

James McCaffrey ... Daniel Croydon (uncredited)

Richard Joseph Paul ... Gavin Haynes (uncredited)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 23: A Person of Interest

18 May 2003
Goren's misstep while working a victim opens him to press scrutiny and ushers an old adversary back into his life.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Olivia d'Abo ... Elizabeth Hitchens / Nicole Wallace
Patrick Quinn ... Croydon's Attorney

James McCaffrey ... Daniel Croydon

Richard Joseph Paul ... Gavin Haynes

Lee R. Sellars ... Nelson (as Lee Sellars)

Susan Porro ... Connie Matson

Laura Sametz ... Fran Swinton
David Green ... Stymington
Keith Jochim ... Judge Burbank

Lou Martini Jr. ... Detective Akhrass

Sean Meehan ... Boden

Keong Sim ... William Suan

Michael Rogers ... Mitch Nolan

Conan McCarty ... Richard
Greg Wood ... Gary

Adriana DeMeo ... Marianna (as Adriana Demeo)
Ron Scott ... Detective Strick

Carl Palmer ... Lt. Hendricks
Mae Young ... Ms. Edwards (as Johnnie Mae)

Robert C. Kirk ... Chief of D's Yarrow
Cynthia Corsilles O'Keefe ... Second Reporter
Nicole Pappas ... First Reporter

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Undaunted Mettle

28 September 2003
Goren and Eames investigate the murder of a young architect.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Olek Krupa ... Ben Laurette

David Costabile ... Professor Roth

Laura Stepp ... Sydney Laurette (as Laura Interval)

Karen Ludwig ... Bergen County Clerk

Jessica Hecht ... Meredith Breen

Michael Hogan ... Noah Preston
Sarah Bloom ... Anna Spoonser
Peggity Price ... Sarah
Maureen Anderman ... Abigail

Davis Hall ... James Adler

Meredith Zinner ... Judith
Joe Costa ... Jess
Linda Miller ... Det. Morris

Neil Jain ... Ari
Ron Domingo ... Marquez
Nancy Farrell ... Eileen

Jim R. Coleman ... Officer Weitz
Jones Miller ... Secretary

Rena Strober ... Clerk

Robert C. Kirk ... Sergeant Murray (uncredited)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 2: Gemini

5 October 2003
A string of murders that include an optician, plastic surgeon and hair stylist seems to have racial overtones.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Barry Del Sherman ... Brent Anderson
Anne Bobby ... Betty Anderson
Michael Genet ... Brent's Attorney
Albert Macklin ... Arnie

Michael Gill ... Spencer Anderson (as Michel Gill)
Ann Marie Lee ... Stephanie Parton
Stephen Zinnato ... Singer
Lee Michael Buckman ... Dryden
Teagle F. Bougere ... Campbell

Sunita Param ... Parveen
Jeff Blumenkrantz ... Grigori
LaTonya Borsay ... Cheryl

Natalie Gold ... Claudia

Rafael Sardina ... Marty Ortega
Milton James ... Dr. Mishra
Melissa Hickey ... Naomi
Bob Sorenson ... Mr. Pitt
Roma Torre ... TV Reporter

Steve Lebens ... Detective Haggerty
Robert Jimenez ... Detective Thomas

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 3: The Gift

12 October 2003
A reporter is murdered, and the suspects include his father's mistress and a couple who practice Santeria.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Bobby Cannavale ... Julian Bello

Jane Adams ... Sylvia Campbell
Anne Twomey ... Lyz Webster

Florencia Lozano ... Octavia Ruiz

Michael Nouri ... Henry Webster

Lee Aaron Rosen ... Clayton Webster (as Lee Rosen)
Fran Brill ... Ilene Maxwell

Brennan Brown ... Jerry Rivers
Edgar Godineaux ... Nestor

Antone Pagan ... Eduardo Romero Mendez

Jason Manuel Olazabal ... Detective Upmann
Adam Gordon ... Slate (as Adam H. Gordon)
Patrick Samay ... Severen
Rafael Osorio ... Ernie
Michael Fawcett ... Leland Olds
Joan McMonagle ... Joan

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 4: But Not Forgotten

19 October 2003
An accountant disappears, and it seems to have something to do with the death of her brother several years ago.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Terry Serpico ... Earl Carnicki

Liz Larsen ... Frieda Merced

Leslie Hendrix ... Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers
Don Amendolia ... Michael Carling

Alicia Coppola ... Isobel Carnicki
Tom Mason ... Truman Merced
Abraham Alvarez ... Jimmy Limone (as Abe Alvarez)
Lawrence Nathanson ... Josh Bern
Michael Mastro ... Hymie
Ann Gray ... Georgina Helms
Joe Gonzalez ... Detective Rodriguez

Brian Hyman ... Nelson

January LaVoy ... Rozlyn

Jordan Leeds ... Anson McDonald Jr.
Patti Karr ... Mrs. Merced

Kat Coiro ... Cara (as Katherine Cunningham-Eves)

Judith Delgado ... Yolanda Guerrez
Frank Liotti ... Richie Limone
Jillian Crane ... Josie
Tim Artz ... Bennie Messina

Denny Bess ... Bolivar

C.C. Seymour ... Lacey

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 5: Pravda

26 October 2003
A young African-American reporter's girlfriend is murdered at his apartment, and focus turns towards his editor.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Anthony Mackie ... Carl Hines

Glynn Turman ... Roy Hines
Elzbieta Czyzewska ... Katya's Mother

Samantha Buck ... Detective G. Lynn Bishop

Judd Hirsch ... Ben Elkins

Geneva Carr ... Camilla

Michal Sinnott ... Katya Jalenak
Karen Tsen Lee ... Valerie Huang

Gameela Wright ... Detective Giles
Eleanor Glockner ... Rose

Count Stovall ... Attorney Davis
Armando Molina ... Miguel
Johnny Garcia ... Carlos
Buzz Bovshow ... Charles Edward

Flora Diaz ... Girl
Carole Healey ... Eleanor Janeway

Carlos J. Da Silva ... Guy
Sarah Elizabeth Burke ... Waitress

Pete Macnamara ... Power Lunch Guest (uncredited)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 6: Stray

2 November 2003
With Detective Eames is on leave, Detective Goren is temporarily partnered with Detective Bishop as they track a double-crossing "Bonnie and Clyde" couple whose nine bloody victims include two undercover cops investigating a illegal gun-running ring. To gain a foothold on slim evidence that began in an auto paint shop, Goren focuses on one suspect's mental processes -- and knows that his female running mate is pulling the strings.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Rodney Hicks ... Jerome Davis

Nikki M. James ... Tamara Bates
Ernestine Jackson ... Agnes Bates

Jacinto Taras Riddick ... Eugene Thomas
Frank Santorelli ... Detective on Scene

Samantha Buck ... Detective G. Lynn Bishop

Gene Gabriel ... Detective Alvarez
Gano Grills ... Detective Price
Michael Howell ... Jeff Dixon (as Michael W. Howell)
Rafael Cabrera ... Detective Williams

Yusuf Gatewood ... Detective Lewis
Charles Holt ... Detective Gilman

Rahad Coulter-Stevenson ... Levon Marcus
D'Monroe ... Darren Exree
Gary Ray ... Desk Manager (as Gary Ray Bugarcic)

Alysia Reiner ... Leslie Hurst

Gerald Bunsen ... Ed Levitt
Jeff Pucillo ... Brian Sisto
David Haugen ... Motel Clerk

Eliyas Qureshi ... Feroz Khandwalla
Regina O'Malley ... Sheila Michaels

Alex Tavis ... First Uniform Officer

Dori Legg ... Barbara Louis

Michael Tennant ... Pizza Guy
George O. Wever Jr. ... Lovell (as George O. Wever Jr. a.k.a. Pee Wee)
Luis Antonio Aponte ... Court Officer

Mario Polit ... Manny Oliverez
Sean Green ... Big (uncredited)

Jamil Mena ... Hitman (uncredited)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 7: A Murderer Among Us

9 November 2003
When an Argentine immigrant is found slashed and beaten in the family's bathroom, Detectives Goren and Bishop believe the wounds were self-inflicted -- but her husband's history of violence makes the police think he could have been responsible for other racially motivated murders that were discovered by his wife. But since they cannot implicate the suspect in his wife's death, Goren explores the family's tragic history on both sides and struggles to find a link to the kneecap-murders of a string of Jewish men.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Thomas G. Waites ... Lance Brody

Maria Thayer ... Claire Brody
Monique Fowler ... Lena Brody

Leslie Hendrix ... Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers
Salem Ludwig ... Mr. Seligman

Samantha Buck ... Detective G. Lynn Bishop

David Bishins ... Richie Prescott

Christopher Durham ... Detective Jake Reno
Kay Walbye ... Joy
Brenda Denmark ... Phillipa (as Brenda Thomas Denmark)

Dina Pearlman ... Ruth Landau
Rynel Johnson ... Detective Belgrave
Felix Fiebich ... Mr. Fineman
Michael G. Chin ... Mr. Hyon
Jennifer Macaluso ... Jennifer Prescott
Terry Burstein ... Dr. Goldberg
Lenny Delgado ... Leo

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 8: Sound Bodies

16 November 2003
When someone spikes the punch - leaving three dead in an isolated island church - Detectives Goren and Bishop first believe the murders are related to parishioner politics, but then discover a sorrowful sexual lifestyle among the town's jaded youth that points to three teenaged girls who might be connected to the drownings of three former lovers. The heady Goren uses his knowledge of "Siddhartha" to query one of the girls whose undying allegiance to a male classmate is harrowing.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Billy Lush ... Conroy 'Connie' Smith

Victor Slezak ... Reverend Hale
John Furey ... Michael Koehler

Nathalie Paulding ... Christina Walker

Leslie Hendrix ... Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers

Samantha Buck ... Detective G. Lynn Bishop
Shayna Levine ... Claudia Goodman
Ashley Burritt ... Liv Miller

Denise Galik ... Laura Koehler
Pamela Nyberg ... Mrs. Hale
Jim Walton ... Sam Walker

Trisha LaFache ... Carolyn James

Bill Hoag ... Rod

David Anzuelo ... Detective Morales
Leo V. Finnie III ... Maurice Langlois
Anne L. Nathan ... Robin Ingles
Michael X. Martin ... Jason Hendrix
Ann Crumb ... Diana Miller
Lenore Borja ... Rosaria Cruz
Kurt Ziskie ... Rob Miller
Mike Lisenco ... Mr. Lafferty
Suzanna Hay ... Sharon Walker
Howard Pinhasik ... Cleve Young
Gail Dennison ... Mrs. Young
Jennifer Smith ... Ginny Hendrix
Chris Gampel ... Mr. Leavitt

Jason Marr ... Wesley Stowe
Les McDonough ... Court Clerk
Edward Feldman ... Judge Max Feist

Lavetta Cannon ... Intake Nurse
Christopher M. Russo ... Dr. Pace (as Christopher Russo)

Marco Verna ... First Paramedic

Louise Scotti ... Cafeteria Worker (uncredited)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 9: Happy Family

23 November 2003
When a wealthy father is found savagely beaten to death, Detective Goren and temporary partner Bishop find a family album of suspects, including the victim's soon-to-be ex-wife, a nanny who cared for the couple's adopted Romanian sons and a suspicious aunt and uncle. However, after Goren delves deeper into the family's past, his only hope of sorting out the jumble of possible killers is to call for a clan reunion -- in family court.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Angelica Page ... Paula Connors (as Angelica Torn)

Anna Katarina ... Helen Reynolds

Reiley McClendon ... Jason Connors

Josh Pais ... Ralph Friedman
Camilla Scott ... Brenda Friedman

Zach Galligan ... Eddie Malloy

Samantha Buck ... Detective G. Lynn Bishop

Chris Massoglia ... Sam Connors (as Chris Kelly)

John Cariani ... Frank
Michael McCauley ... Detective Lawson (as Michael MacCauley)
Wendy Barrie-Wilson ... Mrs. Sinclair

Stephanie Sanditz ... Josie Martin
Elizabeth West ... Hester Laddimore
Bobby Daye ... Stanley
Dennis Rees ... Russell Connors

Michael K. Weiss ... Larry Rothman

Julie Fain Lawrence ... Ms. Blake
Denise Cormier ... Elizabeth
Bryant Fraser ... Dry Cleaning Clerk

Joe Wissler ... Concert Patron (uncredited)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 10: F.P.S.

4 January 2004
The detectives probe the case of a woman thrown from her balcony, and end up immersing themselves in the world of gaming.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames (credit only)

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

T.R. Knight ... Neil Colby

Jordan Bridges ... Jack Cadogan
Kevin Geer ... Detective
Annette Arnold ... Jody Colby

Samantha Buck ... Detective G. Lynn Bishop

A.D. Miles ... Zach
Annie Burton Alvarez ... Corinne Kennedy
David Wilson Barnes ... Abe McVee
Christian Young ... Raymond Chan
Peter Bradbury ... Duane Forester

Jonathan Hova ... Rauthe

Rachael C. Smith ... Ginny Carlotta
Ching Valdes-Aran ... Mrs. Chan
Carlos Lopez ... Detective Bernstein
Bill Timoney ... Henry Froman
Uliks Fehmiu ... Alexi Romack
Astrit Ibroci ... Serge Romack

Alberto Vazquez ... Juan (as Alberto V'zquez)
Glynis Bell ... Judge Reisman
Richard Litt ... Morton
Michael Finesilver ... Dalton (as Mike Finesilver)
Cary Wong ... Court Clerk

Eric Zuckerman ... Lucas
Monica Meadows ... Woman
David Ayers ... Man

Hemky Madera ... Carlos

Michael Eric Reid ... Nicky Carlotta
Janet Ward ... Mona

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 11: Mad Hops

11 January 2004
The murder of a private investigator leads back to basketball and the cutthroat competition for court time.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames (credit only)

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Jude Ciccolella ... Coach Perry Powell

Suzzanne Douglas ... Karen Watkins

José Ramón Rosario ... Diego Bracho (as Jose Ramon Rosario)

Daryl Mitchell ... Player in Wheelchair

Leslie Hendrix ... Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers

Rosa Arredondo ... Advertising Executive

Samantha Buck ... Detective G. Lynn Bishop

Kevin Phillips ... Ben Watkins

John Krasinski ... Jace Gleesing
Clifton Oliver ... Kyle Davis

Malcolm Goodwin ... Elvin Fergin (as Malcolm J. Goodwin)
Thomas Jefferson Byrd ... Curtis Romney
Cortez Nance Jr. ... Demario Fergin

Richard V. Licata ... Rolf Withers
Esau Pritchett ... Steve Rutherford

Thea Vidale ... Crystal Fergin
Henry Afro-Bradley ... Mr. Edwards

Luis Da Silva Jr. ... Marvin

Louis Martinez ... Nate

Kevin Alexander ... Detective Glenn

Venida Evans ... Mrs. Rankin
Frduah Boateng ... Freddy (as Frduah 'Fred' Boteng)
Antoine Orr ... Dave
Franklin Martin ... Bob Woods (as Frank Martin)

James Devoti ... Dave's Buddy (as Jim Devoti)

Reginald Footman ... Player
Carlos Franco ... Corey
Jerrin DeLoatch ... Basketball Player (uncredited)

Matthew J. Pellowski ... Basketball Player (uncredited)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 12: Unrequited

18 January 2004
An aging actress is suspected of murdering her husband in order to pursue her dream.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Casey Siemaszko ... Harvey Gruenwald

Rebecca Schull ... Esther Gruenwald

Gerry Becker ... Lawrence Bradley
Joel Fabiani ... Daniel

Freddie Roman ... Tie Shop Owner

Leslie Hendrix ... Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers
Sal Richards ... Nick Weaver

Claire Bloom ... Marion Whitney

Michael Oberlander ... George Salinas

Stewart Steinberg ... Stan Newman
Gloria Sauve ... Delia Carter
James Rutledge ... Ned Blake
Susan Barrett ... Kelly Finlay
Richard Easley ... Gerard O'Keefe
Dylan Spiers ... Dillon

Melinda Tanner ... Judge Hefler
Gwendolyn Bucci ... Jeanie Sebald

Ridley Parson ... Winslow

John Pieza ... Sylvio
Debbie Lee Jones ... Mrs. Perry
Paul D'Elia ... Stage Manager

Pete Macnamara ... Ass't Medical Examiner (uncredited)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 13: Pas de Deux

15 February 2004
When a bank robber is killed by a bomb strapped to his chest, Goren and Eames have to find his accomplice before he does the same to his next partner.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Charles Rocket ... Johnny DePalma

Enid Graham ... Margie Timmons

Geoffrey Cantor ... Will Timmons

Delaney Williams ... Ernie Dominguez
Tony Campisi ... Bank Manager
Ruth Gottschall ... Maureen
Robert Langdon Lloyd ... Austin

Shirley Roeca ... Angel
Richard Furlong ... Patrolman Damos

Emilio Delgado ... Ari Hernandez
David Flaherty ... Brian
Eric Jordan Young ... Andre

William Scott Brown ... Detective De Leucci

Bonnie Rose ... Anna Shapiro
Edie Cowan ... Tami

John Mooney ... Waiter (as John F. Mooney)
Morgan Christopher ... Phoenix Timmons
Jeremy Knaster ... Detective Strong

Nick Sakai ... Detective Tanaka

Jennifer Torriero ... Ballroom Dancer
Dan Weltner ... Dancer #3

Pete Macnamara ... CS Detective (uncredited)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 14: Mis-Labeled

22 February 2004
The cut up body of a pharmaceutical rep is found in his suitcases bound for Thailand, and the detectives must determine if it's related to tainted drugs or some other motive.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Daniel Sauli ... Eric Dunlow
Stephen Bogardus ... Dr. Steve Johanssen
Adam Grupper ... Bernard Mailer

Leslie Hendrix ... Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers

Darren Goldstein ... Clayton Sherwood

Terry O'Quinn ... Gordon Buchanan
Melora Griffis ... Janet Teasdale

Colleen Dunn ... Ashley Heaton
Morgan Hallet ... Patsy Cannon Sherwood

Leif Riddell ... Detective Bennett
Alex Wipf ... Michael Clifford
Patrick Frederic ... Matt Rye

Stu 'Large' Riley ... Limo Driver

Pun Bandhu ... Dr. Pirapan

Paul Rolfes ... Bellhop
Matthew Dawson ... Ruben
Priya Ayyar ... Forensic Technician Malepa
Joe Rydzewski ... Larry
James Nugent ... Jed
Guy Messenger ... CSU Detective Innes

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 15: Shrink-Wrapped

7 March 2004
A musician is found brutally murdered in his recording studio. The detectives soon find a trail leading to a bizarre family of shrinks who are playing their own wicked game.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Brent Spiner ... Graham Barnes

Taylor Roberts ... Camilla Barnes
Richmond Hoxie ... Penell

Gene Farber ... Christian

Margaret Colin ... Dr. Eloise Barnes

Danny Burstein ... Luke Vinton

Tasha Lawrence ... Tanya Coker

Cornell Womack ... John Emery
Walter Charles ... David Clayton

Will Janowitz ... Rico
Patrick Boll ... Frank Lasday

Jean Brassard ... Phillipe

Joseph McKenna ... KJ Minkens
Eric Wippo ... Derek

Scott Johnsen ... Detective Yeomans
Kristoffer Falcones ... Jamie Ortiz

Ed Setrakian ... Judge Ross
K.C. Ramsey ... Mike Hollinger
Danyon Davis ... Curtis
Robert Trumbull ... Bill Hefferman

Lyssandra Cox ... Celeste
Andy Dawson ... (voice)

Joe Suba ... Security Guard

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 16: The Saint

14 March 2004
The detectives try to determine why a social worker was killed with a lye bomb, and whether it has anything to do with a Catholic saint.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Lois Smith ... Betty Bennett

Brian Murray ... Richard Sullivan

Phyllis Somerville ... Louise Politano

Thom Christopher ... Judge Walton
Ruth Maleczech ... Inez

Stephen Colbert ... James Bennett
Timothy Doyle ... Sean Sullivan
Charlotte Booker ... Ellen

Lisa Gorlitsky ... Karen
Edward Hajj ... Blaine Devlin (as Edward A. Hajj)
Remi Sandri ... Abel Keller
Malachy Cleary ... Fr. Bill
Ronald Lew Harris ... Neil Martin
Lydia Jordan ... Charlotte (as Lydia Grace Jordan)
John Roney ... Detective Phipps

Marisa Vural ... Samantha
Dennis McGeady ... Andrew Bassett

Anne Lockhart ... Policewoman (uncredited)

Stewart Summers ... Detective (uncredited)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 17: Conscience

28 March 2004
A doctor is murdered, and Goren and Eames delve into the history of one of her patients in an extreme vegetative state.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

John Savage ... Mark Farrell

John Gallagher Jr. ... Gary

Geoffrey Arend ... Daris Macelvoy

Guy Boyd ... Burton Foche

Leslie Hendrix ... Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers
Tom Bloom ... Neurosurgeon

James Murtaugh ... Ned Worley

Judy Kuhn ... Dr. Anna Ford
Barbara Andres ... Judith Worley

David Manis ... Charles Ergen
Dee Pelletier ... Laraine Farrell
Phyllis Bash ... Judge Gilcrest
Jim Coope ... Detective Cunningham
Tammy Morris ... Nurse (as Portia)

Mike Macchio ... Vic
Heidi Landis ... Nurse Morales

Dawn Evans ... Woman
Bard Goodrich ... Technician

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 18: Ill-Bred

18 April 2004
A veterinarian's murder leads to a complex case involving drugs and stud services.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Dana Eskelson ... Paige Mullen
Bronwen Booth ... Marguerite Townsend

Mark Pinter ... James Townsend
Drew McVety ... Dr. Zachary Reeves

Frederick Weller ... Dale Mullen
Tom Stechschulte ... Roy Daniels
Rufus Collins ... Neil McClintock
Tari Signor ... Molly Sims
Doug Barron ... Luke Blansfield

John Rue ... Thomas Findel

Sally Stewart ... Tamara Franklin (as Sally A. Stewart)
Jack Drummond ... Clare McCarter

Chance Kelly ... Detective Finch
Jeff Robins ... Rabbit Winters

Josh Philip Weinstein ... Kessel

Teddy Sears ... Teddy (as Edward Sears)

Tara Wilson ... Pam
Kayla Ny ... Shelley Townsend
Kevin Sibley ... Joe

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 19: Fico Di Capo

9 May 2004
The murder of a mob witness and attempted murder of an undercover officer lead the detectives into a chess game being played by a fading mob don.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Leo Fitzpatrick ... Rickie 'Chops' Cozza
Fernando López ... ADA Perez (as Fernando Lopez)

Fulvio Cecere ... Detective Farcas

Mark Margolis ... Mario Damiano
Frank Nasso ... Mikey Damiano (as Frankie Nasso)

Austin Basis ... Lou-Lou Versini

Matte Osian ... Raymond Tait

Karen Giordano ... Gina Rigatello

David Valcin ... Detective Hodes

Kevin Cahoon ... Paul

Zhana Londoner ... Nina Grotsky Perez (as Zhana Kushir)
Frank Adonis ... Eddie
George Pesce ... Benny

Sal Mistretta ... Martin Halbretch
Elisabeth A. Furtado ... Bea Mills

Nicholas J. Giangiulio ... Lorenzo Lucci (as Nick Giangiulio)
Geraldine LiBrandi ... Nicoletta Lucci (as Geraldine Librandi)
Irma St. Paule ... Grandma Antonella Sale

Jason Jurman ... Danny Lucci

Marina Kotovnikov ... Svetlana

Albert Makhtsier ... Dmitri Petrovna

Greg 'G-Spot' Siebel ... Phil (as Greg Siebel)

Geeta Citygirl Chopra ... Shamoli (as Geeta Citygirl)

Rob Findlay ... Stock Broker (uncredited)

Paul La Greca ... Officer Voricek (uncredited)

Todo Segalla ... Detective (uncredited)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 20: D.A.W.

16 May 2004
Goren and Eames take on a doctor whose belief in his own superiority is exceeded only by his brazen murders of his patients and helping himself to their jewelry.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Kevin Tighe ... Dr. Edwin Lindgard

Karen Ziemba ... Isabel Dawson

Keisha Alfred ... Danielle Pearce

Leslie Hendrix ... Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers
Greg Zittel ... 31st Precinct Detective
Cheryl Freeman ... Janette Pearce
Kate Skinner ... Meryl Cruthers
Gretha Boston ... Phoenicia

Gary Cowling ... Greg Lafond
Paddy Croft ... Alda Morse

Dennis T. Carnegie ... Lawrence Belling (as Dennis T. Pressey)

Jim R. Coleman ... Mr. Cook

Michael Cone ... Mr. Selwyn
Michael Deeg ... Detective Norris
Arthur French ... Mr. Hawks

Tom Galantich ... Chris Swann
C.C. Loveheart ... Tarin Morse
Greta Martin ... Valerie Perret

Jodie Lynne McClintock ... Pia O'Donnell
J.C. Montgomery ... Alfred Perret
Gio Perez ... Pedestrian
Marilyn Sue Perry ... Mrs. Dobell (as Marilyn Perry)

Steven Petrillo ... Blevins

Wayne Scherzer ... First Doctor

Franklin Ojeda Smith ... Reverend Charles

Christianne Tisdale ... Claudia Swann
Mark Woodard ... First Paramedic

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 21: Consumed

23 May 2004
A cop is accused of racially motivated killings, but the detectives delve a little deeper and find a complex plot of revenge.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Larry Pine ... Bingham Post

Bill Sage ... Officer Tommy Callahan

Richard Council ... Detective Mellon (as Richard E. Council)

Karen Sillas ... Beth Landau
Dion Graham ... Detective Waites

Robert C. Kirk ... Sgt. Murray
Christine Farrell ... Shrier

Brian O'Neill ... Robert Kelly
Ron Lee Savin ... Paul
Bill Quigley ... Detective Sayles

Aaron Marcus ... Dr. Barnes

Fidel Vicioso ... Rafael

Michael Garfield ... John McHadle
Scott Watanabe ... Max

Adam Auslander ... Mike
Paul Knowles ... Eduardo 'Eddie' Mercaldo

Gerald Bunsen ... Ramon Ortiz

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Semi-Detached

26 September 2004
A shock jock with a history of mental problems is believed to have committed suicide, but clues lead the detectives toward a psychiatric nurse with an obsession.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Francie Swift ... Nelda Carlson

Tatum O'Neal ... Kelly Garnett

J.C. MacKenzie ... Lenny

Brian Haley ... Barry Carlson

Leslie Hendrix ... Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers

Lev Gorn ... Mr. Gregorian

Fisher Stevens ... Ray Garnett

Donald Corren ... Dr. Nouriyani

Nina Zavarin ... Lusa Gregorian
Ken Dashow ... Pete

Stuart Burney ... Mort Weisinger
Michael Hayward-Jones ... Ruben Bendis (as Michael Hayward Jones)
Cherelle Cargill ... Teller

James Michael Farrell ... Detective Crenna

T.J. Meyers ... Ferry Employee
Michael Sackler-Berner ... Radio Jock

Dariusz M. Uczkowski ... Ray Garrett's Son (uncredited)

Jan Uczkowski ... Ray Garrett's Son (uncredited)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 2: The Posthumous Collection

3 October 2004
A controversial photographer is murdered, and his last shoot holds the vital clue.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Glenn Fitzgerald ... Spencer Farnell

Caroline Lagerfelt ... Hannah Heltman

Rob Campbell ... Daniel Heltman
Sam Tsoutsouvas ... Gerhardt Heltman
Kristin Rohde ... Doris Mitchell
Jim Tierney ... Martin

Carrie Yaeger ... Maisie Renfrew
Jo Twiss ... Mrs. Kelly
William McCauley ... Dale Minor
Frank Moran ... Eric

Robert Turano ... Detective Banks
James Ferazzi ... K--9 Officer Whitburn
John Roney ... CSU Detective Dickson

Raul A. Reyes ... Officer Dean
Bryan Hanna ... Gary Sinclair
Stanley Mathis ... Ed (as Stanley Wayne Mathis)
Nicole Garcia ... Nichelle
Robert Feeley ... Undecover Detective (uncredited)
Denis McKeown ... Navy Admiral (uncredited)

Galeit Sehayek ... Marla Kelly (uncredited)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 3: Want

10 October 2004
Detectives Goren and Eames are after a serial killer with a special interest in women.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Neil Patrick Harris ... John Tagman
Shannon McGinnis ... Amanda Norman

Robert Sedgwick ... Mike (as Rob Sedgwick)

David Fonteno ... Detective Wanstedt

Leslie Hendrix ... Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers

Kristin Griffith ... Mrs. Norman

Christy Meyers ... Claire Massey (as Christine Meyers)

Steve Park ... Dr. Shimo (as Stephen Park)
Kevin Gray ... Gilbert Hicks
Faina Reinhardt ... Frankie (as Faina Vitebsky)

Karla Cavalli ... Kelly Jane
Mando Alvarado ... Manny Feijo

Kimberly Dilts ... Jocelyn Gillespie

Ty Jones ... Detective Fecci

Peter Ganim ... Andrei

Jenn Harris ... Didi

Traci Godfrey ... Detective Mattes

Kenya Brome ... Abina

Adam McLaughlin ... Brian
Beth Lein ... Gretchen

P.J. Sosko ... Chocolate Cook

Lawrence Cameron Steele ... Correction Officer (as Cameron Steele)

Richard Chassler ... Boris (uncredited)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 4: Great Barrier

17 October 2004
Goren has to interrogate his chameleon like nemesis, Nicole Wallace, when she becomes a suspect in the slaying of a jewelry thief.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Olivia d'Abo ... Elizabeth Hitchens / Nicole Wallace
Grace Hsu ... Ella Miyazaki

Richard Joseph Paul ... Gavin Haynes

Leslie Hendrix ... Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers

Jay Patterson ... Terrence Boyd

Brian Nishii ... Zach Thaler

James Saito ... Mr. Miyazaki
Elaine Hyman ... Flora
Glenn Wein ... Yossi

Jade Wu ... Mrs. Miyazaki

Lenise Sorén ... Janet (as Lenise Soren)
Bethe B. Austin ... Lina
Spencer S. Barros ... Ian (as Spencer Scott Barros)
Matt Fischel ... Hershel

Robert Forrest ... Boland

Michelle Maryk ... Detective DeMeo

Greg Vaccarello ... Guard

Norm Golden ... Mr. Marks
Greg Vaccariello ... Security Guard

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 5: Eosphoros

24 October 2004
A leader of the Atheist movement is kidnapped and murdered despite the ransom paid, and the detectives find a suspect close to home.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver
Mara Hobel ... April Callaway

Tom Riis Farrell ... Rev. Douglas Callaway
Henry Stram ... Wayne Callaway

Frank Whaley ... Mitch Godel
Rita Gardner ... Eleanor Callaway
Michael Luggio ... Larry Hastings

Linda Powell ... Ms. Ramone
Krista Apple ... Althea
Ross Haines ... Detective Riascos
Adam Way ... Sven Eric

Steve Nuke ... Claude Worrell
Glynis Bell ... Martha Maxwell

Samuel Ray Gates ... Detective Tamblyn

T.J. Mannix ... Disciple

Eric Morace ... Mr. Greely

Richard DeDomenico ... Otto Berkowitz

J. Teddy Garces ... Jake

Ray Crisara ... CSU Roberts

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 6: In the Dark

31 October 2004
The murder of a homeless worker leads to the discovery of seven murdered homeless men, and a mechanic who'll do anything for the woman he loves.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Geoffrey Lewis ... Butch

Amelia Campbell ... Vicki Hale

Devin Ratray ... Kenny Miles
Paul Lazar ... Donald

Leslie Hendrix ... Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers
Rosemary De Angelis ... Melanie (as Rosemary DeAngelis)

Rutanya Alda ... Rose
Angel Caban ... Taylor

Russell G. Jones ... Gil

Matthew Maher ... Bo
T.J. Edwards ... Lee (as Jason Edwards)
Jim DeMarse ... Dr. May
David Lenthall ... Charlie

Martin Rayner ... Reverend Dowland
Jon Krupp ... Paul French

Andrew Benator ... Dr. Butler
David Andrew Macdonald ... Dr. Whitburn (as David McDonald)
Nadine Mozon ... Chesley Duncan
L.B. Williams ... Bill
Bruce Smolanoff ... Alan
Jennifer Shirley ... Lucia
Michael Dalby ... Sgt. O'Malley
Sandy Binion ... Marie Barker

Richard Gnolfo ... Transit Cop Vargas
Marko ... Dave

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 7: Magnificat

7 November 2004
A car bomb kills three children, and suspicion focuses on their father.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Carrie Preston ... Doreen Whitlock
Pamela Burrell ... Leanne Colson
Kenneth Kimmins ... Bob Reedy

Sam Robards ... Paul Whitlock

Ross Gibby ... Dan Milner

Peggy Gormley ... Judge Colby
Dana Vance ... Dr. Amanda Ritter
Sebastian Vignone ... Adam Whitlock
Jack Metzger ... Billy Whitlock

Arian Moayed ... Samil Al-Bana

Khan Baykal ... Travis
Mueen Jahan Ahmad ... Aziz

Albert Jones ... Detective Terrell

James Ludwig ... Tim Keller

C.S. Lee ... Detective Choi

Maximiliano Hernández ... Nunez
Nick Basta ... Officer Kenyon

Nina Hellman ... Nurse Rodriguez
Atosa Navi ... Al-Bana's Wife
Guy Messenger ... CSU Tech
Kyle Maruca ... Peter Whitlock
Luke Maruca ... Peter Whitlock
Matthieu Chatelain ... Theo Whitlock
Oliver Chatelain ... Theo Whitlock

Mikal Saint George ... Detective (uncredited)

Anne Lockhart ... Policewoman (uncredited)

Asim Mujahid ... Tariq Shalaan (uncredited)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 8: Silver Lining

14 November 2004
An antique appraiser is found dead in a park. The detectives link the murder to silverware thefts.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Callie Thorne ... Sheila Bradley
Bruce Norris ... Victor Burke

Pamela Gray ... Rebekah Todman (as Pamela J. Gray)

Beth Dixon ... Mrs. Kenderson
Reno Roop ... Burke's Lawyer

David Harbour ... Wesley John Kenderson

Tom Titone ... Bart
Ean Sheehy ... David
Nick Corley ... Paul
Robin Haynes ... Mr. Gillespy

Joe Holt ... Detective Boswell

Brian Hutchison ... Detective Bruno

Beth Leavel ... Mom
Daniel Manche ... Ronny

Tony F. DeVito ... First Trooper
Joe Fellman ... Appraiser

Mikal Saint George ... Detective
Tara V. Perry ... Gwen
Jordan Wolfe ... Johnny

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 9: Inert Dwarf

21 November 2004
Goren and Eames are investigating the death of a genius mathematician's assistant.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver
Marla Sucharetza ... Joanna Manotti

Ann Dowd ... Laurie Manotti

Aasif Mandvi ... Sateesh

Joe Urla ... University Official (as Joseph Urla)

Austin Pendleton ... John Manotti

Steve Routman ... Dr. Carl Neminger

Anya Migdal ... Mona Manotti
Ellen Lancaster ... Jean Marie Neminger

Danai Gurira ... Marei Rosa Rumbidzai
Lanie MacEwan ... Lena
Rebecca Eichenberger ... Ann Tovack

Pamela Dunlap ... Prudence Sands
Ian Stuart ... Professor Harris
Allen Hidalgo ... Alberto Fama
Steve Axelrod ... Walsh (as Stephen Axelrod)

Scott Whitehurst ... Detective Williams

Doug Olear ... Radiation Technician
P.J. Morrison ... TAC Guy

Gary Wilmes ... TAC Scanner

Scarlett Sperduto ... Emma Neminger

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 10: View from Up Here

2 January 2005
A condo association president is murdered, and the detectives follow leads that include a woman to whom God speaks, a substandard building, and an affair.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Adam Goldberg ... Victor Garros

Missy Doty ... Anne Marie

Amy Redford ... Maureen Garros

Reed Birney ... Fred Martz

Leslie Hendrix ... Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers

Julia Murney ... Hillary Martz

Kathleen Robertson ... Darla Pearson

A.D. Miles ... Zach
James Kennedy ... Thomas Worth
Ken Krugman ... Jay Pearson
Jordan Clarke ... Bernie Moreno

Hardy Rawls ... Mr. Frank
Kevin Henderson ... Otto
Hudson Cooper ... Detective Rosemont
Jack Vignone ... Jeremy Martz

Garry Pastore ... Detective Brown
R. Ward Duffy ... Detective Langford (as Ward Duffy)

Gerardo Rodriguez ... Ruiz

Daniel Stewart Sherman ... Bob
Bryant Richards ... CSU Tech
Chuck Gerena ... Esu Officer - Dock (uncredited)

Stewart Summers ... John (uncredited)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 11: Gone

9 January 2005
Goren finds himself matching wits with a paranoid chess master suspected of murdering a young woman in town to visit her fiancée.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Robert Carradine ... David Blake / Roger Withers

Michael Greyeyes ... Sonny Brightbill
Leslie Ayvazian ... Ruth Stockton

Peter Benson ... Jeremy Stockton

Amanda Loncar ... Carly
Michelle Federer ... Allison Jenkins
Kathryn Grody ... Lenore Wycliff

Jeff Biehl ... Brad Wycliff

Grant Varjas ... Jared Wycliff (as Grant James Varjas)

Elaine Bromka ... Mrs. Miller

Rizwan Manji ... Santanu Singh

Edward Furs ... Sergei

Al Roffe ... Morales

Lisa Masters ... Wendy

Hope Singsen ... Rozlyn

Jason Flores ... Miguel
J. Salome Martinez ... Roy
Joe Bacino ... Detective Crouse
Bill Tangradi ... Detective Zhulkie

Jeff Goldstein ... Instructor
Gino Lucci ... Wayne
Priscilla Moley ... Chess Girl (as Priscilla Alexis Moley)
Benjamin Ross Kaplan ... Chess Boy (uncredited)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 12: Collective

30 January 2005
The accidental shooting of a toy collector leads to a society focused on vampires and a con artist.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Jamie Harrold ... Dorian Cavanaugh

Jordan Gelber ... Arnold Pierce

Kim Director ... Lori Purcell / Jocelyn Shapiro
Shannon Burkett ... Ronette

Peter Y. Kim ... Parker Chun (as Peter Kim)
Brett Christensen ... Carl Rosenman

Phyllis Johnson ... Iris Bradbury
Patricia R. Floyd ... Assistant M.E.
Brad Oscar ... Mitch
Robert Gerard Larkin ... Officer Olsen
Allyn Burrows ... Milton Stronach

Frank Rodriguez ... Detective Jo Xavier
Tracy Shayne ... Lydia Grayson

Lanette Ware ... Sgt. Flanders
Jerry Zellers ... Harry Pierce
Jeff Talbott ... Lawrence
William Jay Marshall ... Willis
Che Ayende ... Rashid

Amir Arison ... Lt. Sanjay

Vera Vanguard ... Fetish Catalog Model (uncredited)

Steven Zirnkilton ... Opening Announcer (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 13: Stress Position

13 February 2005
Detective Mike Logan inserts himself into the murder investigation of a correctional officer that may have a connection to his girlfriend who's a nurse at the victim's prison.

Vincent D'Onofrio ... Detective Robert Goren

Kathryn Erbe ... Detective Alexandra Eames

Jamey Sheridan ... Captain James Deakins

Courtney B. Vance ... A.D.A. Ron Carver

Wayne Duvall ... Unit Counselor Kurt Plumm

Myron Primes ... Rollie Clay
Charles Borland ... Taylor Kenna

Joe Lisi ... Warden Baum

Leslie Hendrix ... Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers

Harvey Atkin ... Judge Alan Ridenour

Arija Bareikis ... Nurse Gina Lowe

Chris Noth ... Detective Mike Logan

Orfeh ... Carly Kenna

Alfredo Narciso ... Hector De La Cruz

Jeremy Webb ... Chocolate Jimmy

Mike Carlsen ... Billy Duval (as Michael Carlsen)
Steve Cirbus ... Doug Hausman
Ellen Barber ... Jasmine Gabriel