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Episodes cast for
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Season: 1
Year: 2005 | 2006 | unknown

Season 1

Season 1, Episode 0: Unaired Pilot


Season 1, Episode 1: Pilot

21 September 2005
Colonel McNulty finds himself at odds with Major Jim Tisnewski. The major must convince his superiors at the Pentagon and the Joint Chiefs of Staff that the United States should risk war with China to rescue an Chinese/American operative who has sent a distress signal.

Benjamin Bratt ... Maj. Jim Tisnewski

Aunjanue Ellis ... MSgt. Jocelyn Pierce

Leonor Varela ... Lt. Col. Cat Rodriguez

Dennis Hopper ... Col. Eli McNulty

Kelsey Oldershaw ... Angie Aronson

Robert Joy ... Mark Boskovich

Gabriel Olds ... Richard Woodley
Camille Saviola ... Secretary of Colonel McNulty

Steven Schub ... CIA Watch Commander

Edward Edwards

Madison Mason

Ned Vaughn ... Lieutenant Bradshaw

Stephen Mendillo

Richard Lawson

Michael Wiseman ... Commander

Ryan Cutrona

Joe Morton ... Steven Algazi
Matthew Benjamin ... JOD Sub Officer

Tony Cheng ... Chinese Soldier
Rodney Choice ... Pentagon Policeman
Jennifer Chu ... Kit Yee Cheung

Lisa Gabriel ... Civilian Worker
Billy D. Lucas ... Seal #1 (as Billy Lucas)

Kevin Sizemore ... Intelligence Officer Cole

Elizabeth Sung ... Kit Yee's Mother

Jen Sung ... Chinese Perfume Vendor (as Jen Sung Outerbridge)

Keith Woulard ... Navy Seal Commander

Verton R. Banks ... Ensign Brown (uncredited)
Andrew Breznick ... CIA Field Operative (uncredited)

Yasmine Delawari ... Mira (uncredited)

James Huang ... Chinese Agent (uncredited)

Brittany Ishibashi ... Ashley Nakahino (uncredited)

John Lafayette ... Three Star General (uncredited)
Jackson Lee ... Executed Prisoner #1 (uncredited)

David Mattey ... Chechen Bodyguard (uncredited)

James McMann ... Bar Patron (uncredited)

Alexander von Roon ... Lieutenant Colonel (uncredited)

Al Whiting ... Military (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Snatch and Grab

28 September 2005
A CIA agent sends photographs of Egyptian nuclear physicist Tariq Mahayni, the terrorist-supplier capable of assembling a mass destruction bomb, from Sarqand in Uzbekistan. Major Jim Tisnewski pulls all the stops to mount an intervention by his own Special Ops unit, presently in Afghanistan after months of extra tours. While colonel Eli McNulty must simultaneously deal with lame environmentalist fleet exercise hindrance, Jim recruits NSA intelligence ingenuity, then overcomes resentment from the home-front and Pentagon reluctance for another clearly illegal abduction.

Season 1, Episode 3: Escape and Evade

5 October 2005
Tisnewski is sent to Iraq to reprimand an US army unit who may have crossed the border over to Iran during a mission. On the way back to Baghdad, Tisnewski's transportation unit is ambushed, everyone with him gets killed and he goes MIA. When Washington determines his location, they learn he's deep in Iran. McNulty has also personal problems to solve: he's being accused of sexual harassment.

Benjamin Bratt ... Maj. Jim Tisnewski

Aunjanue Ellis ... MSgt. Jocelyn Pierce

Kelly Rutherford ... Samantha 'Sonny' Liston

Dennis Hopper ... Col. Eli McNulty

Maggie Wheeler ... Investigator

Kelsey Oldershaw ... Angie Aronson

Andrew McCarthy ... Aaron Gerrity

Andrew Borba ... Brendan Turrell

Paul Francis ... Capt. O'Brien
Jonathan Halyalkar ... Mehra

Jack Kehler ... Captain Shea

John Lafayette ... Three Star General

Bernard White ... Iman Houchi Kazemi

Joe Morton ... Steven Algazi

Robert Aguilar Jr. ... Iranian Soldier

Marco Khan ... Recruiter

Michael Patrick Larson ... NMCC Officer Burton (as Michael Larson)

Ken Luckey ... Soldier

Richard Partlow ... Inspector General

Stephen Silberkraus ... Army Officer

Tino Struckmann ... Army Officer

Al Whiting ... Military
Julius Callahan ... Hamude Roda (uncredited)

Bruce Holman ... Officer in Situation Room / Board Room / Hallway (uncredited)

Chris Neville ... Elint Officer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: Tribes

12 October 2005

Season 1, Episode 5: Weekend Pass

19 October 2005
Two US Marines are accused of raping a young local woman in Suriname. JT learns of this and he immediately jumps to action only to find opposition from above. The United States doesn't want to jeopardize it's aluminum interests controlled by the Surinamese government. He must navigate the political maze to discern the truth and try to save the soldiers' lives.

Benjamin Bratt ... Maj. Jim Tisnewski

Aunjanue Ellis ... MSgt. Jocelyn Pierce

Kelly Rutherford ... Samantha 'Sonny' Liston

Dennis Hopper ... Col. Eli McNulty

Kelsey Oldershaw ... Angie Aronson

Andrew McCarthy ... Aaron Gerrity

Robert Picardo ... Larry Kincaid

Tom Wright ... General Kuwendi, Suriname Attache

Travis Wester ... Marine Michael Delroy

Michael Cavanaugh ... U.S. Ambassador: Suriname
Stacy Meadows ... Marine Zachary McPhearson

John Lafayette ... Three Star General

Joel David Moore ... Greg - NSA Liaison

Gary Carlos Cervantes ... Dan Cassidy (as Carlos Cervantes)

Robert Joseph ... General Joseph Perere

Matt Gerald ... Robbie Benvenuto

Joe Morton ... Steven Algazi

Katrina Begin ... Lila Sutter
Jay Campbell ... Bystander

Christopher Cho ... Military Aide (as Christopher Grey)
Marsha Douglas ... Silvi

Jackie Guin ... British Reporter (as Jackie Mellor)

Lovensky Jean-Baptiste ... Surinamese Creole

Damien Luvara ... Marine

Ben Northenor ... Embassy Marine

Tim Sabatino ... Delta Team Member

Ashley Williams ... Beth Wilkerson

Mark Anthony Vazquez ... Delta Team Leader (uncredited)

Al Whiting ... Military (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: Toy Soldiers

26 October 2005
Former Soviet Russian agent Sergei Dima escapes from Sarajevo prison. Special Ops is called upon to prevent him dealing arms to terrorists. Uncharacteristic support, from Aaron Gerrity within the Pentagon and from Democrat congressman Hal Lovett, who promises to push for helicopter funding, render Tisnewski and McNulty suspicious. They and Angie find out about dirty games,in which CIA deputy director Raymond Metcalf seems to play a key part, to cover up past connections and present blackmail. Tisnewki's field buddy Bobby Wilkerson wants out, cracking under psychological stress.

Season 1, Episode 7: Cemetary Wind: Part 1

2 November 2005
Tisnewski's girlfriend, Angie Aronson, is shot by a motor-biker and writes in her own blood 'CW'. The major explains to Pentagon friends it must refer to the top-secret mission he and Bobby Wilkerson recruited her for: infiltrating the brothers Alejandro and José Aguilar's Colombian drug cartel. Then it becomes clear they didn't kill all gangsters as they believed, and may all be targeted for bloody revenge. CIA deputy director Raymond Metcalf is taking his own, related or not, by having Tisnewski suspended.

Season 1, Episode 8: Cemetary Wind: Part 2

9 November 2005
McNulty arranges for Tisnewski to be joined in Bogota by Bobby and Charlie, and team up with 'embassy' CIA agent Danny Marco to search for Alejandro Aguilar. Meanwhile lawyer Liston handles the FBI investigation and puts appropriate pressure on CIA deputy inspector general Mitchell Sykes to counter Metcalfe's dirty game. NSA Liaison Greg's information, forensics on 'Alejandro's corpse' and leaning hard on Marco to allow Tisnewski to find the mole, clean up CW's loose ends and clear up lover Angie Aronson's memory.

Benjamin Bratt ... Maj. Jim Tisnewski

Aunjanue Ellis ... MSgt. Jocelyn Pierce

Kelly Rutherford ... Samantha 'Sonny' Liston

Dennis Hopper ... Col. Eli McNulty

Kerr Smith ... Bobby Wilkerson

Alan Dale ... Raymond Metcalf

Maurice Compte ... Charlie Gutierrez

Gonzalo Menendez ... Agent Danny Marco

Maximillian Alejandro Decker ... Alejandro Aguilar (as Maximillian Alexander)

Joel David Moore ... Greg - NSA Liaison

Kirk B.R. Woller ... CIA Deputy Inspector General Mitchell Sykes (as Kirk Woller)

Rene Rivera ... Javier Catalan

John Fletcher ... Mr. Aaronson

Alex Fernandez ... Jose Aguilar

Al Coronel ... Colombian National Police Officer
María Esquivel ... Miss Colombia

Michael Hyatt ... Agent Kathryn Thompson

Kelsey Oldershaw ... Angie Aronson

Season 1, Episode 9: Delta Does Detroit

16 November 2005
US Muslims are taken hostage in an FBI-observed Detroit mosque by Jared Vogel's fanatic Christian Crusaders. They are terrorists who demand the release from Abu Ghraib of Jared's brother, double murderer Lars Vogel. Before Washington decides whether to authorize bringing in Delta Force, Tisnewksi leads his team to 'observe'. They supply 'technical assistance' to the FBI, but actually really supplied by the private genius Ken Watkins's mini-robot. Liston handles the legal ramifications which worry Assistant Public Affairs Secretary Danton Murphy, but the press gets dangerously close.

Benjamin Bratt ... Maj. Jim Tisnewski

Aunjanue Ellis ... MSgt. Jocelyn Pierce

Kelly Rutherford ... Samantha 'Sonny' Liston

Dennis Hopper ... Col. Eli McNulty

Kerr Smith ... Bobby Wilkerson

Jonathan Banks ... Adm. Cooper - Dir. of Joint Staff

James Macdonald ... FBI Incident Commander Hall (as James MacDonald)

Maz Jobrani ... Mohammed Safid

Adam Kaufman ... Jared Vogel

Mitch Morris ... Ken Watkins

Richard Kind ... Asst. Public Affairs Sec. Danton Murphy

Jay Harik ... Behras

Robert Aguilar Jr. ... Soldier - Army Special Ops.

Evan Helmuth ... Marcus

Peter Story ... Overwatcher

Joel Marshall ... FBI Agent #1

Andrew Thacher ... F.B.I. Agent #2
Mary Calder ... Muslim Woman

Ariana Delawari ... Farah

Jennifer Dorogi ... Reporter

Jade Hykush ... Muslim Woman with Web Site Sign

Orion McCabe ... Bomb Tech (#1.9)

Shauna Stoddart ... FBI Liaison Roma McCoy

Jared Day ... Christian Crusader (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 10: The Forgotten

23 November 2005
CIA Agent John Haines discovers accidentally that SEAL petty officer Scott Navarro, reported killed in action 3 years earlier on Steven Algazi's authority, is probably still held by the Abu Sayyaf Muslim rebels on a remote island. Leaving a man behind is McNulty's personal weak spot, after 4/5 years Vietcong captivity. However the Pentagon brass feels the political risks are unacceptable, as in the case of a Sri Lankan diplomat kidnapped by Tamil Tigers. During and after a Washington gala ball, where J.T. must escort an ancient general's hot young wife, the fight for permission is harder then the rescue.

Season 1, Episode 11: Christmas Story

7 December 2005
The effects of service careers on family life and relationships are felt most strongly at holidays, when duty often makes it impossible for people to be with their loved ones. In this episode, it's a day or two to Christmas, and events are threatening to upset people's holiday plans. In Afghanistan, a group of the Taliban is likely to take shelter in a small village. The Major must overcome bureaucratic and logistical obstacles to get food and guns to the villagers before the Taliban reach it. Meanwhile, his father, himself a retired special forces soldier, visits the Pentagon seeking copies of his service record to support a medical claim with the VA. Sonny Liston helps him; as we discover, father and son are barely on speaking terms.

Season 1, Episode 12: Breath of Allah

11 January 2006
A plot to disperse the plague in an American City is discovered by Bobby and his team. JT pulls together a Red Team to try and discover where this terrorist action will occur before it happens. Sonny gets a promotion.

Season 1, Episode 13: War Crimes

18 January 2006
A female American lawyer is determined to bring in a man who raped several women in his country, and has been assigned some American soldiers to protect her. When the leader is killed when an attempt is made on her life, J.T. is sent to replace him and is assigned to find the man who killed his predecessor. In the meantime newly appointed Sonny has a hard time getting support from the other Joint Chiefs because she's not military.

Benjamin Bratt ... Maj. Jim Tisnewski

Aunjanue Ellis ... MSgt. Jocelyn Pierce

Kelly Rutherford ... Samantha 'Sonny' Liston

Dennis Hopper ... Col. Eli McNulty

Kerr Smith ... Bobby Wilkerson

Sasha Alexander ... Allyson Merrill

Bruce Thomas ... Dr. Wolfe

Kristof Konrad ... Ivan the Translator

Jack Kehler ... Captain Shea

Larry Sullivan ... Army Staff Sgt. Michaels

Ilia Volok ... Petrovich

Bob Gunton ... General Hughes

June Angela ... Dr. Foucault

Josh Clark ... General Ellis

William De Vital ... Yuca Zubaz (as William Devital)

Zia Domic ... Edita Alic (as Zrinka Domic)
Tony Noakes ... Lt. Colonel Flynn

Tino Struckmann ... Serbian Special Forces Officer

Adair Tishler ... Ivan's Daughter
Tavis Bohlinger ... Mark 'Doc' Jones (uncredited)
Joe Dolan ... Army Guard (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 14: The General

1 February 2006
When an American General in Spain in abducted. J.T. who's just been promoted to Lt. Colonel, wants to go there and try and find him. But he's warned that the Spaniards might not like them walking around, doing what they please. But he goes anyway.

Benjamin Bratt ... Lt. Col. Jim Tisnewski

Aunjanue Ellis ... MSgt. Jocelyn Pierce

Kelly Rutherford ... Samantha 'Sonny' Liston

Kerr Smith ... Bobby Wilkerson

Dennis Hopper ... Col. Eli McNulty

Alex Carter ... Gen. Ian Maguire

Mel Harris ... U.S.Ambassador to Spain

Chad Everett ... Gen. Long - Army Chief of Staff

Billy Brown ... MSgt. Meeks

Kevin Alejandro ... Miguel Carrera

Ankur Bhatt ... Javed Bakar

Ivo Nandi ... Spanish Nat'l Police Det. Ruiz

Gavin Fink ... Henry Maguire
Henry Barrial ... Professor Guillermo De La Serra

Jennifer Carta ... Caroline Herrera

Sam Hennings ... Col. David Lindstrom

Kinsey McLean ... Embassy Marine Corporal

Mariela Santos ... Gina Orasco

Lucila Solá ... ETA Representative

Michael Grant Terry ... American Boy (as Michael Terry)
Tavis Bohlinger ... Mark 'Doc' Jones (uncredited)

Joel David Moore ... Greg - NSA Liaison (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 15: Five Pillars

8 March 2006
When J.T.'s mission is blown because the country he was in found out about it and threw them out. He suspects that someone within the E-Ring could be leaking the information. So with the FBI they try to find out who is doing it. Sonny tells him not to tell anyone and that includes McNulty.

Benjamin Bratt ... Lt. Col. Jim Tisnewski

Aunjanue Ellis ... MSgt. Jocelyn Pierce

Kelly Rutherford ... Samantha 'Sonny' Liston

Kerr Smith ... Bobby Wilkerson

Dennis Hopper ... Col. Eli McNulty

Maurice Compte ... Charlie Gutierrez

Billy Brown ... MSgt. Meeks

Mitch Morris ... Ken Watkins

Jonathan Penner ... FBI Agent Jaffe

Evan Parke

Ankur Bhatt ... Javed Bakar

Blake Robbins ... James Ogilvy

Rizwan Manji ... Officer ISI

Ajay Mehta ... General Hafeez

Ashley Williams ... Beth Wilkerson
Ty Rushing ... SSO Raymond Fields (as Ty Lee Rushing)

Maurizio Rasti ... Aasim (as Maurizio Farhad)
John Dennis ... Anthony

Thomas Conroy ... Air Force Colonel (as Jack Eastland)
Courtney Andresen ... Waitress

Elizabeth J. Martin ... Female FBI Agent (as Elizabeth Martin)

Brian Silverman ... Homeless Man / FBI Agent
Tavis Bohlinger ... Mark 'Doc' Jones (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 16: Fallen Angels

1 March 2006
A plane with some medical missionaries is en route to Venezuela when it is shot down. J.T. and his team are sent to rescue them. Later it is discovered that the Venezuelans believe one of the missionaries is an assassin sent to murder the President, so some Venezuelans are sent to find them and if they're caught will be subjected to torture. But Sonny later learns that the Venezuelans' suspicions are not without merit so she tries to find out what's going on.

Benjamin Bratt ... Lt. Col. Jim Tisnewski

Aunjanue Ellis ... MSgt. Jocelyn Pierce

Kelly Rutherford ... Samantha 'Sonny' Liston

Kerr Smith ... Bobby Wilkerson

Dennis Hopper ... Col. Eli McNulty

Maurice Compte ... Charlie Gutierrez

Robert Picardo ... Larry Kincaid

Heather Stephens

Chris Gartin ... Brian Sheffer

Matthew John Armstrong ... Genuzzi

Mark Derwin ... Captain Miller

Sara Arrington ... Erin Barrett - McNulty's daughter

Brittany Ishibashi ... Ashley Nakahino

Max Arciniega ... Air Traffic Controller (as Maximino Arciniega)

Haynes Brooke ... Dr. Bendetti

Al Coronel ... Air Traffic Control Supervisor

Ricardo Herranz ... Colonel Tellez

Joan May ... Amy - Humanitarian Worker

Mitch Morris ... Ken Watkins
Craig Nigh ... Dr. Robert Coster
Michael O'Haver ... Hostage

Season 1, Episode 17: Friends and Enemies

18 February 2006
A US submarine crashes into a North Korean sub in their waters. Despite protest from people at the Pentagon, Bobby and the crew mount a rescue of the enemy crew. Back in DC, JT meets a new girl who has unknown Pentagon connections.

Season 1, Episode 18: The Two Princes

J.T. and Bobby are in Saudi Arabia meeting with a prince who is married to an American. While there, their children are kidnapped. At first they believe it was enemies of the royal family. But when J.T. finds them he discovers that the kidnappers are American and they were hired by the princess who's become disenchanted with the life she chose, and that the prince has promised their daughter to someone even though she's only a teen. J.T. brings them back to the palace but because he is in an embassy vehicle, he gets the princess to come with him. After arriving at the embassy, they find themselves trapped. Later the prince arrives and threatens Bobby's family if his wife and children are not turned over to him.

Benjamin Bratt ... Lt. Col. Jim Tisnewski

Kelly Rutherford ... Samantha 'Sonny' Liston

Aunjanue Ellis ... MSgt. Jocelyn Pierce

Dennis Hopper ... Col. Eli McNulty

Marc Casabani ... Prince Amin

Kate Emerick ... Princess Sasha

Desmond Faison ... Embassy Marine

Corey Pearson ... Rocco Vitano

Dylan Ramsey ... Al-Qaeda Operative

Kavi Raz ... General Othman Raheem

Kristin Richardson ... Princess Amelia

Philip Shahbaz ... Palace Guard

Kerr Smith ... Bobby Wilkerson

Merik Tadros ... News Anchor

Denyse Tontz ... Princess Gabrielle

George Williams ... Ambassador Jansen

Bernard Zilinskas ... Analyst Bill Hendricks
Tavis Bohlinger ... Mark 'Doc' Jones (uncredited)

Aaron Ramzi ... Guard David (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 19: Brothers in Arms

19 April 2006
When American soldiers are attacked in Iraq, a Congressman who wants to pull Americans out is poised to do it. But Sonny sends J.T. to train Iraqis in the art of protection. When J.T. chooses his team, he picks one of them to be the team leader. But the man's brother who is in league with some insurgents plans to attack the base using his brother.

Benjamin Bratt ... Lt. Col. Jim Tisnewski

Kelly Rutherford ... Samantha 'Sonny' Liston

Aunjanue Ellis ... MSgt. Jocelyn Pierce

Dennis Hopper ... Col. Eli McNulty

Kerr Smith ... Bobby Wilkerson

John D. LeMay ... Congressman Rosenblatt

Alex Back ... British Soldier

Brad Beyer ... Damon

Ron Bottitta ... SAS Col. Nigel Baggs

Eric Ladin ... Sgt. Michael Polard

Adam Leadbeater ... Royal M.P.

Jaime Ray Newman ... Natalie Hughes

Dominic Rains ... Omar Al-Masadi (as Amin Nazemzadeh)

Ethan Rains ... Adil Al-Masadi (as Iman Nazemzadeh)

Sam Sako ... P.M. Malawi

Albie Selznick ... Carter Ewing

Tino Struckmann ... Terrorist

Paull Walia ... Iraqi Soldier
Tavis Bohlinger ... Mark 'Doc' Jones (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 20: Hard Cell

8 March 2006

Season 1, Episode 21: Isolation

May 2006

Benjamin Bratt ... Lt. Col. Jim Tisnewski

Kelly Rutherford ... Samantha 'Sonny' Liston

Aunjanue Ellis ... MSgt. Jocelyn Pierce

Kerr Smith ... Bobby Wilkerson

Dennis Hopper ... Col. Eli McNulty

Brad Beyer ... Damon
Tavis Bohlinger ... Al Harvey
Karl Calhoun ... Army Security Guard
Tanner Reid Carlson ... Danny jr
Jared Chandler ... Mike "Gramps" Shawn

Maurice Compte ... Charlie Gutierrez

Yasmine Delawari ... Maya
Harmoni Everett ... American Girl

Eddie J. Fernandez ... Mexican Cop #2
Janelle Jones ... Claire Wilkerson

John D. LeMay ... Congressman Rosenblatt

Jesus Mayorga ... Candy Kid

Orion McCabe ... Army Checkpoint Security (#1.21)

Jaime Ray Newman ... Natalie Hughes
Anil Raman

Christie Lynn Smith ... Gail Ellen

Shauna Stoddart ... Agent Roma McCoy
Suzette Vargas ... Hotel Housekeeper

Ashley Williams ... Beth Wilkerson

Season 1, Episode 22: Acceptable Losses


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