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Season: 1 | 2
Year: 2011 | 2012


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Listen

21 October 2011
After the discovery of a serious medical condition, Mayor Tom Kane must set things in motion for the upcoming gubernatorial primary while attempting to reconnect with his distant wife and estranged daughter.

Kelsey Grammer ... Mayor Tom Kane

Connie Nielsen ... Meredith Kane

Hannah Ware ... Emma Kane

Jeff Hephner ... Ben Zajac

Kathleen Robertson ... Kitty O'Neill

Martin Donovan ... Ezra Stone

Troy Garity ... Sam Miller

Francis Guinan ... Governor McCall Cullen

Rotimi ... Darius Morrison (as Rotimi Akinosho)

Karen Aldridge ... Dr. Ella Harris

James Vincent Meredith ... Alderman Ross
Kenny Williams ... Himself

Tim Decker ... Ronnie Moretti
Ricardo Gutiérrez ... Alderman Lalo Mata (as Ricardo Gutierrez)

Joe Minoso ... Moco Ruiz
Michael Accardo ... Mike Bosovic
Roy Anderson ... Foreman

Ilyssa Fradin ... WBBM TV Reporter

Doug James ... Grey Haired Man
Loren Lazerine ... Chief Exhumer
Maurice Lemon ... Alton Morrison

Steve Lenz ... Phone Monkey / Kane's Aide
Eduardo N. Martinez ... Ortiz (as Eddie Martinez)

Mia Park ... Clinic Volunteer

Jessie Prez ... Mata's Associate #2 (as Jessie Perez)
Dale Rivera ... Clinic Doctor
Juan Gabriel Ruiz ... Dilip Singh / Cullen's Aide (as Gabriel Ruiz)
Joseph Fleetfoot Sada ... Chief Billy English

Branden Smith ... Max Harris
Steve Key ... Man

Sal Velez Jr. ... Garza
David Windsor ... Mata's Associate #1
Stephanie Becerra ... Rally Attendee

Cyn Dulay ... Newsreporter
Elizabeth Reiners ... Chicago Alderman
Kimberly Azana ... Mayor's Office Worker (uncredited)

Andre Bellos ... Reporter (uncredited)
Daniel Boughton ... Mayor's Office Employee (uncredited)

Anita Nicole Brown ... Mayor's Office Employee (uncredited)
Gene Bryant ... Community Organizer (uncredited)

Debbi Burns ... Mayor's Staff (uncredited)
Roberta Chung ... Campaign Worker / Parent (uncredited)
Tyler Drew Clayton ... Camera Man (uncredited)

Duke Czlonka ... Mayor's staff (uncredited)

Sandy Gulliver ... Mayor's Office Employee (uncredited)
Thomas Kosik ... Staff Member (uncredited)
Jim Longino ... Press (uncredited)

Mino Mackic ... Mayor Kane's Commander (uncredited)
Jorge Magana ... Grave Digger / Plaintiff / Rally Supporter (uncredited)

Thomas McCormick ... Exhumer (uncredited)
Samuel Meadows ... Company Executive (uncredited)
José María Mendiola ... Mayor's Office Employee (uncredited)
Babs Moran ... Press (uncredited)

Jim Nieciecki ... Mayor Kane's Body Guard (uncredited)

Russ Panzarella ... Campaign Worker (uncredited)
Christopher Pastenes ... Party Attendant (2011-2012) (uncredited)

Marla Seidell ... Alderman (uncredited)

Cyril Smith ... Campaign Worker (uncredited)

Bill Stoneking ... Chicago Alderman (uncredited)
Chris D. Thomas ... Rally Attendee (uncredited)

Philip Michael Toca ... Haime (uncredited)

Robert A. Young ... Chicago Police Officer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Reflex

28 October 2011
A new political force enters the race with only a few weeks until the primary. When the City Council stands in Kane's way, Kane and his crew will have to flex their political muscles to stay on top. Meanwhile, Meredith gets some unsettling news that adds to her growing suspicions that her husband's keeping something from her.

Kelsey Grammer ... Mayor Tom Kane

Connie Nielsen ... Meredith Kane

Hannah Ware ... Emma Kane

Jeff Hephner ... Ben Zajac

Kathleen Robertson ... Kitty O'Neill

Martin Donovan ... Ezra Stone

Troy Garity ... Sam Miller

Francis Guinan ... Governor McCall Cullen

Rotimi ... Darius Morrison (as Rotimi Akinosho)

Jennifer Mudge ... Debra Whitehead

Nicole Forester ... Maggie Zajac
Henry Godinez ... Rector
Kevin Gudahl ... Alderman Solomou
Anthony Mockus Sr. ... Mayor Rutledge (as Tony Mockus)

Tim Decker ... Ronnie Moretti

James Vincent Meredith ... Alderman Ross

Laura Coover ... Young Woman

Mary Hollis Inboden ... Sentinal Colleague
Anthony Irons ... John / Man on Tape

Ryan Kitley ... Oppo Man
Maurice Lemon ... Alton Morrison

Steve Lenz ... Phone Monkey / Kane's Aide
Joyee Lin ... Young Asian Man

Tara Mallen ... Hospital Administrator
Eduardo N. Martinez ... Ortiz (as Eddie Martinez)
Juan Gabriel Ruiz ... Dilip Singh / Cullen's Aide (as Gabriel Ruiz)
Ron O.J. Parson ... Ross Caucus Member
Joseph Fleetfoot Sada ... Chief Billy English

Phillip Edward Van Lear ... Alderman Alverson

Sal Velez Jr. ... Garza
Russ Williamson ... Security
Jaden Legan ... Zajac's Son #1

Cyn Dulay ... Newsreporter
Elizabeth Reiners ... Chicago Alderman

Laura Atwood ... Sentinel Reporter (uncredited)
Kimberly Azana ... Mayor's Office Worker (uncredited)
Bryan Basil ... Cullen's Aide (uncredited)

Andre Bellos ... Reporter (uncredited)

Duke Czlonka ... Mayor's staff (uncredited)

Sandy Gulliver ... Mayor's Office Employee (uncredited)
Michelle Shelton Huff ... City Hall Voting Clerk (uncredited)
Lisa Junco ... Scienta Executive (uncredited)

Mino Mackic ... Mayor Kane's Commander (uncredited)
José María Mendiola ... Mayor's Office Employee (uncredited)

Steven James Price ... Reporter (uncredited)
Julie Rusin ... Church- Goer (uncredited)

Marla Seidell ... Alderman (uncredited)
Ryan Stasell ... Guest (uncredited)

Bill Stoneking ... Chicago Alderman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: Swallow

4 November 2011
As Zajac's campaign gains momentum, Kane has problems adjusting to his new medical reality. An embarrassing media storm catches Governor Cullen off guard while Miller stumbles upon a story that seeps much deeper than he imagined.

Kelsey Grammer ... Mayor Tom Kane

Connie Nielsen ... Meredith Kane

Hannah Ware ... Emma Kane

Jeff Hephner ... Ben Zajac

Kathleen Robertson ... Kitty O'Neill

Martin Donovan ... Ezra Stone

Troy Garity ... Sam Miller

Francis Guinan ... Governor McCall Cullen

David Pasquesi ... Jack Bentley

Rotimi ... Darius Morrison (as Rotimi Akinosho)

Jennifer Mudge ... Debra Whitehead

Karen Aldridge ... Dr. Ella Harris
Ricardo Gutiérrez ... Alderman Lalo Mata (as Ricardo Gutierrez)

Joe Minoso ... Moco Ruiz
Kevin Gudahl ... Alderman Solomou

Nicole Forester ... Maggie Zajac
Anthony Mockus Sr. ... Mayor Rutledge (as Tony Mockus)
Michael Accardo ... Mike Bosovic

Jeremy Denzlinger ... Salazar
Jessie Fisher ... Dara

Doug James ... Grey Haired Man
Steve Key ... Man (Meds Supplier)
Jaden Legan ... Zajac's Son #1
Rich Komenich ... Jerry Swink
Caleb Levy ... Desmond Campbell
Eduardo N. Martinez ... Ortiz (as Eddie Martinez)

Kevin Miller ... Cullen's Male Aide

Josh Odor ... Attractive Man

Mia Park ... Clinic Volunteer

Gail Rastorfer ... Campaign Staffer
Juan Gabriel Ruiz ... Dilip Singh / Cullen's Aide (as Gabriel Ruiz)

William Smillie ... Parent

Adrian Snow ... Drusilla Campbell

Sal Velez Jr. ... Garza (as Sal Velez)
John T. Zinn ... Reporter #2 - Andy

Nicole I. Butler ... Campaign Staffer

Alex Hill ... Press Room Camera Guy (as Thurston Hill III)
Katherine Lee Murphy ... Chicago Sentinel Worker
Elizabeth Reiners ... Chicago Alderman

Laura Atwood ... Sentinel Reporter (uncredited)
Kimberly Azana ... Mayor's Office Worker (uncredited)
Bryan Basil ... Cullen's Aide (uncredited)

Andre Bellos ... Reporter (uncredited)
Daniel Boughton ... Mayor's Office Employee (uncredited)

Anita Nicole Brown ... Mayor's Office Employee (uncredited)

Debbi Burns ... Mayor's Staff (uncredited)
Stephen Cannon ... Restaurant patron (uncredited)
Roberta Chung ... Parent (uncredited)

Duke Czlonka ... Mayor's staff (unconfirmed) (uncredited)

Sandy Gulliver ... Mayor's Office Employee (uncredited)
Larry Hauge ... Photographer (uncredited)
Jaime Lynn Henderson ... Upscale Diner (uncredited)
Thomas Kosik ... Mayor's Staff (uncredited)

Mino Mackic ... Mayor Kane's Commander (uncredited)

Valerie Meachum ... Burger Mom (uncredited)

Paul D. Morgan ... Reporter (uncredited)

John T. O'Brien ... Aide to Zajac (uncredited)

Steven James Price ... Reporter (uncredited)
Chas Valencia ... Parent (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: Slip

11 November 2011
Kane finds himself starting to lose control, both politically and personally, as his supporters begin to question their confidence in him. Zajac ventures into uncharted territory while campaigning as Miller continues to dig for answers.

Kelsey Grammer ... Mayor Tom Kane

Connie Nielsen ... Meredith Kane

Hannah Ware ... Emma Kane

Jeff Hephner ... Ben Zajac

Kathleen Robertson ... Kitty O'Neill

Martin Donovan ... Ezra Stone

Troy Garity ... Sam Miller

Francis Guinan ... Governor McCall Cullen

David Pasquesi ... Jack Bentley

Daniel J. Travanti ... Gerald 'Babe' McGantry

Rotimi ... Darius Morrison (as Rotimi Akinosho)

Jennifer Mudge ... Debra Whitehead

James Vincent Meredith ... Alderman Ross
Anthony Mockus Sr. ... Mayor Rutledge (as Tony Mockus)
Michael Accardo ... Mike Bosovic

Richard Bull ... Elderly Farmer

Mary Hollis Inboden ... Sentinel Colleague

Doug James ... Grey Haired Man
John Judd ... Eugene Hofstader
Steve Key ... Man (Meds Supplier)
Olumiji Olawumi ... E.Z. (as Olumiji 'Miji' Olawumi)

Mia Park ... Clinic Volunteer
Jessi Pérez ... Hispanic Woman

Lara Phillips ... Bensenville Mother

Sammy A. Publes ... DEA Officer #2

Gail Rastorfer ... Campaign Staffer
Philip Rayburn Smith ... DEA Officer #1
Craig Spidle ... Peter Baine

Christian Stolte ... Frank Kohler

Vincent Teninty ... Riley Ganz

Nicole I. Butler ... Campaign Staffer

Duke Czlonka ... Mayor's staff
Dennis Hindman ... Media Camera Man

Zach Louis ... Street Kid with Football

Hector S Quintana ... Surgeon
Ecaterina Balaceanu ... Clinic Personel (uncredited)

Andre Bellos ... Reporter (uncredited)

Anita Nicole Brown ... Mayor's Office Employee (uncredited)

Darren Elliot Fulsher ... Scientia Executive (uncredited)

Malte Grohnert ... Fundraiser Guest (uncredited)

Sandy Gulliver ... Mayor's Office Employee (uncredited)
Matt Iwinski ... Reporter (uncredited)

Mino Mackic ... Mayor Kane's Commander (uncredited)
José María Mendiola ... Mayor's Office Employee (uncredited)

Sean Skyler ... Waiter (uncredited)
Chris D. Thomas ... Sentinal Reporter (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: Remembered

18 November 2011
After long-buried information resurfaces, Kane and his camp find themselves battling the media for control of public perception. With the primary just around the corner, they'll have to pull out all the stops to contain the situation and keep the upper hand.

Kelsey Grammer ... Mayor Tom Kane

Connie Nielsen ... Meredith Kane

Hannah Ware ... Emma Kane

Jeff Hephner ... Ben Zajac

Kathleen Robertson ... Kitty O'Neill

Martin Donovan ... Ezra Stone

Troy Garity ... Sam Miller

Francis Guinan ... Governor McCall Cullen

David Pasquesi ... Jack Bentley

Rotimi ... Darius Morrison (as Rotimi Akinosho)

Jennifer Mudge ... Debra Whitehead

James Vincent Meredith ... Alderman Ross
Ricardo Gutiérrez ... Alderman Lalo Mata (as Ricardo Gutierrez)

Tim Decker ... Ronnie Moretti
Kevin Gudahl ... Alderman Solomou
Anthony Mockus Sr. ... Mayor Rutledge (as Tony Mockus)

Brian Boland ... Father

Diann Burns ... FOX Reporter

Andrew Carter ... Reporter

Patrick Clear ... Mayor Gregg

Ilyssa Fradin ... Reporter Kendra Simmons

Dennis Kelly ... Alan Feig

Steve Lenz ... Phone Monkey / Kane's Aide

Tamberla Perry ... Tia Ross

Carmen Roman ... Dr. Gabriela Reyes

Christian Stolte ... Frank Kohler

Stef Tovar ... Gary - O'Hare Negotiator
Cedric Young ... Union Rep
Robert Finlayson ... Church Parishioner
Kimberly Azana ... Mayor's Office Worker (uncredited)

Andre Bellos ... Reporter (uncredited)
Daniel Boughton ... Mayor's Office Employee (uncredited)

Anita Nicole Brown ... Mayor's Office Employee (uncredited)

Debbi Burns ... Mayor's Staff (uncredited)
Andrew Carter ... Reporter (uncredited)
Kimber Closson ... Chicago Sentinel Reporter (uncredited)

Duke Czlonka ... Mayor's staff (unconfirmed) (uncredited)

Sandy Gulliver ... Mayor's Office Employee (uncredited)
Thomas Kosik ... Mayor's Office Employee (uncredited)
José María Mendiola ... Mayor's Office Employee (uncredited)

Paul D. Morgan ... Reporter (uncredited)

Steven James Price ... Ward Boss (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: Spit

25 November 2011
Kane takes an unannounced break from City Hall as his political image hits an all-time low. The election looms and he'll need to enlist the help of others to weather this storm. Kitty, at an emotional impasse, makes a bold move while Meredith, increasingly suspect of Kane's behavior, seeks opportunities of her own.

Kelsey Grammer ... Mayor Tom Kane

Connie Nielsen ... Meredith Kane

Hannah Ware ... Emma Kane

Jeff Hephner ... Ben Zajac

Kathleen Robertson ... Kitty O'Neill

Martin Donovan ... Ezra Stone

Troy Garity ... Sam Miller

Daniel J. Travanti ... Gerald 'Babe' McGantry

Rotimi ... Darius Morrison (as Rotimi Akinosho)

James Vincent Meredith ... Alderman Ross

Tim Decker ... Ronnie Moretti
Ricardo Gutiérrez ... Alderman Lalo Mata (as Ricardo Gutierrez)

Joe Minoso ... Moco Ruiz

Nicole Forester ... Maggie Zajac

Danny Goldring ... Ryan Kavanaugh
Anthony Mockus Sr. ... Mayor Rutledge (as Tony Mockus)

Chris Agos ... Elliot McGantry

John Carter Brown ... Ward Boss #1
Tony DiFalco ... Manuel

Thomas Gaitsch ... Ward Boss #2 (as Tom Gaitsch)

Doug James ... Grey Haired Man
John Judd ... Eugene Hofstader

Ed Kross ... Process Server

Steve Lenz ... Phone Monkey / Kane's Aide
Olumiji Olawumi ... E.Z. (as Olumiji 'Miji' Olawumi)
Ron O.J. Parson ... Ross Caucus Member

Tamberla Perry ... Tia Ross

Carmen Roman ... Dr. Gabriela Reyes
Craig Spidle ... Peter Baine

Christian Stolte ... Frank Kohler

Philip Michael Toca ... Haime (as Philip Toca)
Jimmy Sisto ... Photographer
Kimberly Azana ... Mayor's Office Worker (uncredited)

Andre Bellos ... Reporter (uncredited)

Anita Nicole Brown ... Mayor's Office Employee (uncredited)

Duke Czlonka ... Mayor's staff (unconfirmed) (uncredited)
Brandon Dawkins ... Gangbanger (uncredited)

Sandy Gulliver ... Mayor's Office Employee (uncredited)
Thurston Hill ... Office Worker (uncredited)
Thomas Kosik ... Mayor's Office Employee (uncredited)
Don Kress ... Ward Boss (uncredited)

Mino Mackic ... Mayor Kane's Commander (uncredited)
José María Mendiola ... Mayor's Office Employee (uncredited)

James Pusztay ... Ward Boss (uncredited)
Kitsy Smith ... Secretary (uncredited)
Rich Tanis ... Chicago Sentinel Newsroom Staffer (uncredited)

Roger Welp ... Reporter (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 7: Stasis

2 December 2011
Just days away from the election, Kane slowly regains control over City Hall. Though a swift political move will help identify his adversaries, will doing the unthinkable improve his public image in time?

Season 1, Episode 8: Choose

9 December 2011
Election Day. The race is close, and while the candidates campaign, Kane and Stone must do their part to turn the gears of the political machine. Emma's world is turned upside-down while Meredith must go to great lengths to prove her allegiance to Kane.

Kelsey Grammer ... Mayor Tom Kane

Connie Nielsen ... Meredith Kane

Hannah Ware ... Emma Kane

Jeff Hephner ... Ben Zajac

Kathleen Robertson ... Kitty O'Neill

Martin Donovan ... Ezra Stone

Troy Garity ... Sam Miller

Francis Guinan ... Governor McCall Cullen

Daniel J. Travanti ... Gerald 'Babe' McGantry

Amy Morton ... Catherine Walsh

Rotimi ... Darius Morrison (as Rotimi Akinosho)

Jennifer Mudge ... Debra Whitehead

Karen Aldridge ... Dr. Ella Harris

James Vincent Meredith ... Alderman Ross
Kevin Gudahl ... Alderman Solomou

Joe Minoso ... Moco Ruiz

Nicole Forester ... Maggie Zajac
Henry Godinez ... Rector

Danny Goldring ... Ryan Kavanaugh

Chris Agos ... Elliot McGantry
Charin Alvarez ... Plaintiff
Alana Arenas ... Sentinel Reporter #1

Rom Barkhordar ... ECU Doctor

John Carter Brown ... Ward Boss #1
Nefra Burlock ... Woman on Street

Ilyssa Fradin ... Reporter Kendra Simmons
Kate Fry ... Doctor

Thomas Gaitsch ... Ward Boss #2 (as Tom Gaitsch)
Kayte Grammer ... Gwendolyn Archer

Mary Hollis Inboden ... Sentinel Colleague

Doug James ... Grey Haired Man

Brian King ... Sentinel Reporter #2

Joe Krowka ... Man on Street
Jaden Legan ... Zajac's Son #1

Steve Lenz ... Phone Monkey / Kane's Aide
Mark Montgomery ... Detective

Tamberla Perry ... Tia Ross
Juan Gabriel Ruiz ... Dilip Singh / Cullen's Aide (as Gabriel Ruiz)

Branden Smith ... Max Harris

Janelle Snow ... Female Associate

Christian Stolte ... Frank Kohler
Frank Victor Weinert ... Journalist

Laura Atwood ... Sentinel Reporter (uncredited)
Kimberly Azana ... Mayor's Office Worker (uncredited)

David Bastian ... Associate Attorney (uncredited)

Andre Bellos ... Reporter (uncredited)
Stephen Cannon ... Associate Attorney (uncredited)

Nelson Carvajal ... Cullen Supporter (uncredited)
Kimber Closson ... Chicago Sentinel Reporter (uncredited)

Matt DeCaro ... Ward Boss (uncredited)

Shannon Edwards ... Zajac Supporter (uncredited)

Sandy Gulliver ... Mayor's Office Employee (uncredited)
Thurston Hill ... Boom Operator (uncredited)
Ericka Johnson ... Staff Member (uncredited)

George Lako ... Electoral Staff (uncredited)

Mino Mackic ... Mayor Kane's Commander (uncredited)
Jorge Magana ... Grave Digger / Plaintiff / Rally Supporter (uncredited)
José María Mendiola ... Mayor's Office Employee (uncredited)

Jim Nieciecki ... Zajac Supporter (uncredited)

John T. O'Brien ... Aide to Zajac (uncredited)

Russ Panzarella ... Handicapped Voter (uncredited)

Steven James Price ... Ward Boss (uncredited)
Denise E. Schroeder ... Plaintiff (uncredited)

Marla Seidell ... Cullen supporter (uncredited)
Quincy Villanueva ... Sexy Woman At Bar (uncredited)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Louder Than Words

17 August 2012
Tom Kane cements his mayoral legacy with a lavish ceremony celebrating the groundbreaking of the new modernized O'Hare terminals. Now Kane looks to the future, setting his sights on reviving a subsidized housing project. While his political future seems bright, Kane continues to battle for control over his disease.
Candace C. Edwards ... Monas Assistant

Kelsey Grammer ... Mayor Tom Kane

Connie Nielsen ... Meredith Kane

Hannah Ware ... Emma Kane

Jeff Hephner ... Ben Zajac

Kathleen Robertson ... Kitty O'Neill

Troy Garity ... Sam Miller

Rotimi ... Darius Morrison

Jonathan Groff ... Ian Todd

Sanaa Lathan ... Mona Fredricks

T.I. ... Trey Rogers (as Tip Harris)

Daniel J. Travanti ... Gerald 'Babe' McGantry

Francis Guinan ... Governor McCall Cullen

Amy Morton ... Catherine Walsh

Karen Aldridge ... Dr. Ella Harris

James Vincent Meredith ... Alderman Ross

Danny Goldring ... Ryan Kavanaugh
Anthony Mockus Sr. ... Mayor Rutledge (as Tony Mockus)

Isabel Liss ... Alderman DIana Vukovich

Nicole Forester ... Maggie Zajac

Martin Donovan ... Ezra Stone
Jennifer Anglin ... Nancy

DuShon Monique Brown ... Large Inmate (as Dushon Brown)
Hanna Dworkin ... Upset Mother
Kayte Grammer ... Gwendie
Cheryl Hamada ... Clerk

Mary Hollis Inboden ... Jackie

Anish Jethmalani ... Male Nurse

Howie Johnson ... Police Officer

Brian King ... Chuck

Elizabeth Laidlaw ... Linda Driscoll
Elizabeth Ledo ... Angry Inmate

Steve Lenz ... Phone Monkey / Kane's Aide
Sandra Marquez ... Adriana Mata
Danny McCarthy ... Rick Mathers
Kallie Miller ... Patty
James Modzelewski ... Kane's Driver
Nancy Pender ... Field Reporter
Richard Perez ... Ortiz
Juan Gabriel Ruiz ... Dilip Singh / Cullen's Aide (as Gabriel Ruiz)

Branden Smith ... Max Harris

Rebecca Spence ... Tina
Craig Spidle ... Peter Baine

Phillip Edward Van Lear ... Alderman Alverson

Matthew W. Allen ... Businessman

Sandy Gulliver ... Mayor's Office Employee
Olia Klein ... Mayor's Office Employee
Dan Latham ... Mayor's Body Guard
Joseph Mazurk ... City Alderman
Babs Moran ... Sentinel Reporter
Chris D. Thomas ... Sentinel Reporter
Becca Barish ... Sentinel Employee (uncredited)
Roberta Chung ... Mayor's Office Employee (uncredited)

David Coupe ... Neighborhood Guy (uncredited)
Pamela Croydon ... Business Woman (uncredited)

Shannon Edwards ... Constituent (uncredited)
Nathan Geist ... Mourner (uncredited)
Kenneth P. George ... Aide (uncredited)

Jenny Hale ... Jackie's Assistant (uncredited)
Yohanni Liman ... Clerk (uncredited)
Claire 'Fluff' Llewellyn ... Pacing Inmate (uncredited)

Mino Mackic ... Mayor Kane's Commander (uncredited)
Samuel Meadows ... Sentinel Mail Clerk (uncredited)

Ric Morgan ... Dignitary (uncredited)
Dangel Nava ... Alderman (uncredited)

Russ Panzarella ... Businessman (uncredited)
Saúl Salcedo-Frausto ... City Hall Pedestrian (uncredited)
Rich Tanis ... Chicago Sentinel Newsroom Staffer (uncredited)

Roger Wiggins ... Desk Sgt (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: Through and Through

24 August 2012
Kane uses a tragedy in his personal life to further his political agenda and ultimately win control over the housing authority. Kane tries to remedy his fractured inner circle by poaching his nemesis' senior aide, Mona Fredricks, and hiring ambitious newcomer Ian Todd - but will they be enough to fill the void?

Kelsey Grammer ... Mayor Tom Kane

Connie Nielsen ... Meredith Kane

Hannah Ware ... Emma Kane

Jeff Hephner ... Ben Zajac

Kathleen Robertson ... Kitty O'Neill

Troy Garity ... Sam Miller

Rotimi ... Darius Morrison

Jonathan Groff ... Ian Todd

Sanaa Lathan ... Mona Fredricks

Daniel J. Travanti ... Gerald 'Babe' McGantry

Karen Aldridge ... Dr. Ella Harris

James Vincent Meredith ... Alderman Ross

Danny Goldring ... Ryan Kavanaugh

Tim Decker ... Ronnie Moretti

Isabel Liss ... Alderman Diana Vukovich

Nicole Forester ... Maggie Zajac

Martin Donovan ... Ezra Stone

DuShon Monique Brown ... Large Inmate (as Dushon Brown)
Lacy Katherine Campbell ... I.C.U. Nurse
Anita Cartagena ... Reporter #4
Kevin Cox ... Reporter #3
Tory O. Davis ... Reporter #1

Chris Froseth ... Waiter
Emjoy Gavino ... ER Nurse
Robert Goodwin ... City Hall Guard

Mary Hollis Inboden ... Jackie

Brian King ... Chuck

Elizabeth Laidlaw ... Linda Driscoll

Rick Le Fevour ... Kane's Security (as Rick Lefevour)

Steve Lenz ... Phone Monkey / Kane's Aide
Sandra Marquez ... Adriana Mata
Danny McCarthy ... Rick Mathers
Kat McDonnell ... Nurse

Grace McPhillips ... Reporter #2
James Modzelewski ... Kane's Driver
Amy Montgomery ... Staffer #2

Amy Newbold ... Corrections Officer (as Amy C. Newbold)
David Parkes ... Surgeon
Nancy Pender ... Field Reporter
Richard Perez ... Ortiz

Tyler Ross ... Miller's Assistant

Cyril Smith ... Staffer #3
Sean Sullivan ... Chaplain

Phillip Edward Van Lear ... Alderman Alverson
Candace C. Edwards ... Mona's Assistant
Berdella Endress ... Nurse
Dan Latham ... Mayor's Body Guard
Babs Moran ... Sentinel Reporter

Jim Nieciecki ... Chicago Police Officer
Rob Romero ... Vigil Participant
Chris D. Thomas ... Sentinel Reporter

Robert G. Beck ... Kane's Security (uncredited)
James Chudnow ... Vigil Participant at City Hall (uncredited)
Jay Delarosa ... Police Officer (uncredited)
Jay Delarosa ... Chicago Police Officer (uncredited)
Nathan Geist ... Vigil Participant (uncredited)

Mino Mackic ... Mayor Kane's Commander (uncredited)

Barbara Elizabeth Maleski ... Vigil Participant / Hospital Visitor (uncredited)
Samuel Meadows ... Sentinel Mail Clerk (uncredited)

Roger Wiggins ... Desk Sgt (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 3: Ablution

31 August 2012
Kane grows increasingly infatuated with his new senior aide, Mona, allowing himself to get swept up in her passion for the subsidized housing project. Ben Zajac and his wife, Maggie, run the risk of alienating themselves from Kane when they take the reins of Zajac's gubernatorial campaign.

Kelsey Grammer ... Mayor Tom Kane

Connie Nielsen ... Meredith Kane

Hannah Ware ... Emma Kane

Jeff Hephner ... Ben Zajac

Kathleen Robertson ... Kitty O'Neill

Troy Garity ... Sam Miller

Rotimi ... Darius Morrison

Jonathan Groff ... Ian Todd

Sanaa Lathan ... Mona Fredricks

T.I. ... Trey Rogers (as Tip Harris)

Daniel J. Travanti ... Gerald 'Babe' McGantry

Amy Morton ... Catherine Walsh

Karen Aldridge ... Dr. Ella Harris

James Vincent Meredith ... Alderman Ross

John Hoogenakker ... Jeff Doyle
Anthony Mockus Sr. ... Mayor Rutledge (as Tony Mockus)

Nicole Forester ... Maggie Zajac

Martin Donovan ... Ezra Stone

James T. Alfred ... Kenya Taylor
Jennifer Anglin ... Nancy

Chris Boykin ... Sean Fredricks
Dewyn Church ... Young Emma
Dan Flannery ... Man
Kate Fry ... Doctor
Molly Glynn ... Sandra
Kayte Grammer ... Gwenda

Erik Hellman ... Photo Editor

Mary Hollis Inboden ... Jackie Shope

Anish Jethmalani ... Nadeem

Elizabeth Laidlaw ... Linda Driscoll

Steve Lenz ... Phone Monkey / Kane's Aide
Guy Massey ... Priest
Jabarie McCoy ... Jason
Kallie Miller ... Patty
Eden Elyse ... Alissa (as Eden Strong)
Amber Rae Braaten ... Tennis Player
Candace C. Edwards ... Mona's Assistant

Sandy Gulliver ... Mayor's Office Employee
Chris D. Thomas ... Sentinel Reporter
Robert Finlayson ... Church Parishioner (uncredited)
Nathan Geist ... Hospital Visitor (uncredited)

Jerod Howard ... Zajac Campaign Staff (uncredited)

Mino Mackic ... Mayor Kane's Commander (uncredited)
Samuel Meadows ... Sentinel Mail Clerk (uncredited)

Roger Wiggins ... Desk Sgt. (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: Redemption

7 September 2012
Kane makes a professional turn to a new way of doing things when he extricates the housing project from the corruption that plagues his entire city. Kane's young aide, Ian, has a threatening secret that he manages to hide from Kane. Kane tries to reconnect with wife, Meredith, and daughter, Emma, but his attempts at a harmonious family are disastrous.

Kelsey Grammer ... Mayor Tom Kane

Connie Nielsen ... Meredith Kane

Hannah Ware ... Emma Kane

Jeff Hephner ... Ben Zajac

Kathleen Robertson ... Kitty O'Neill

Troy Garity ... Sam Miller

Rotimi ... Darius Morrison

Jonathan Groff ... Ian Todd

Sanaa Lathan ... Mona Fredricks

T.I. ... Trey Rogers (as Tip Harris)

Daniel J. Travanti ... Gerald 'Babe' McGantry

Amy Morton ... Catherine Walsh

John Hoogenakker ... Doyle (States Attorney)

James Vincent Meredith ... Alderman Ross

Danny Goldring ... Ryan Kavanaugh

Nicole Forester ... Maggie Zajac

Martin Donovan ... Ezra Stone
Derin Adesida ... Roxie

James T. Alfred ... Kenya Taylor

Usman Ally ... Joe Young

Chris Boykin ... Sean

Diann Burns ... TV Anchor / Reporter

Michelle Davidson ... Lifestyle Reporter

Jeremy Earl ... Police Officer

José Antonio García ... Galvez
Dereck Garner ... Male Staffer

Mary Hollis Inboden ... Jackie
Guy Massey ... Priest
Kallie Miller ... Patty
Audrey Morgan ... Mrs. Lewis
Steve Pickering ... Merc
Nick Polus ... Elwood

Tyler Ross ... Cub Reporter (Miller's Asst)
Guy Van Swearingen ... Dinovo
Jason Wells ... Jimmy
Celeste Williams ... Karen
Larry Yando ... Langley
Candace C. Edwards ... Mona's Assistant
Heather Gunn ... Reporter
Chris Haymes ... Prisoner 42863
Olia Klein ... Mayor's Office Employee

Paul D. Morgan ... TV Reporter

Arthur-Angelo Sarinas ... Doyle Employee

January Stern ... Journallist
Roberta Chung ... Mayor's Office Employee (uncredited)

Mino Mackic ... Mayor Kane's Commander (uncredited)
Samuel Meadows ... Sentinel Mail Clerk (uncredited)
Rich Tanis ... Chicago Sentinel Newsroom Staffer (uncredited)

Roger Wiggins ... Desk Sgt (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 5: Mania

14 September 2012
Kane orders a corruption sweep and arrests several members of his own political machine. Kitty O'Neil crushes Zajac's campaign just as he is on an upswing. Kane spirals out of control when his mental symptoms reach a boiling point and he can no longer distinguish between his hallucinations and reality.

Kelsey Grammer ... Mayor Tom Kane

Connie Nielsen ... Meredith Kane (credit only)

Hannah Ware ... Emma Kane

Jeff Hephner ... Ben Zajac

Kathleen Robertson ... Kitty O'Neill

Troy Garity ... Sam Miller

Rotimi ... Darius Morrison

Jonathan Groff ... Ian Todd

Sanaa Lathan ... Mona Fredricks

Amy Morton ... Catherine Walsh

Karen Aldridge ... Dr. Ella Harris

John Hoogenakker ... Jeff Doyle
Anthony Mockus Sr. ... Mayor Rutledge (as Tony Mockus)

Nicole Forester ... Maggie Zajac

Martin Donovan ... Ezra Stone

Usman Ally ... Joe Young
Kathleen Puls Andrade ... Audience Member #1

Tracey Bonner ... Addict

Diann Burns ... TV Anchor / Reporter

Amy J. Carle ... Detective (as Amy Carle)

Justin James Farley ... Audience Member #2
Dereck Garner ... Male Staffer

Mary Hollis Inboden ... Jackie

Doug James ... Grey Haired Man

Anish Jethmalani ... Male Nurse

Bryan Kelly ... Crew Member

Kevin R. Kelly ... Political Commentator
Joe D. Lauck ... Baker

Steve Lenz ... Phone Monkey / Kane's Aide

Cristin McAlister ... Woman in the Green Dress
James Modzelewski ... Kane's Driver
Frank Nall ... Carlisle
Steve Pickering ... Merc

Brian Shaw ... Dr. Madden
Richard Sher ... Moderator

Rebecca Spence ... Tina
Gene Weygandt ... Judge Scanlon
Larry Yando ... Langley
Jarrod Zimmerman ... Crime Scene Tech

Anita Nicole Brown ... Mayor's Office Employee
Candace C. Edwards ... Mona's Assistant
Hudson Ford ... Benjy Zajak
Weston Ford ... Danny Zajak
Thomas Kosik ... Mayor's Office Employee
Babs Moran ... Sentinel Reporter
Chris D. Thomas ... Sentinel Reporter
Roberta Chung ... Mayor's Office Employee (uncredited)

Mino Mackic ... Mayor Kane's Commander (uncredited)
Timothy Mather ... Blogger (uncredited)
Samuel Meadows ... Sentinel News Staff (uncredited)

Russ Panzarella ... Zajac Supporter (uncredited)
Elizabeth Reiners ... Chicago Alderman (uncredited)
Marilyn Volkman ... Political Supporter (uncredited)
Laura Wells ... Onlooker (uncredited)

Roger Wiggins ... Desk Sgt (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 6: Backflash

21 September 2012
Kane's moves with the housing project escalate from a state of unrest to rioting and looting. As Chicago burns, Kane secretly seeks treatment at an alternative clinic where his past haunts him. In Kane's absence, his wife, Meredith, steps into the mayoral role.

Kelsey Grammer ... Mayor Tom Kane

Connie Nielsen ... Meredith Kane

Hannah Ware ... Emma Kane

Jeff Hephner ... Ben Zajac

Kathleen Robertson ... Kitty O'Neill

Troy Garity ... Sam Miller

Jonathan Groff ... Ian Todd

Rotimi ... Darius Morrison (as Rotimi Akinosho)

T.I. ... Trey Rogers (as Tip 'T.I.' Harris)

Sanaa Lathan ... Mona Fredricks

Amy Morton ... Catherine Walsh

Francis Guinan ... Governor McCall Cullen

Chelcie Ross ... Royczyk

James Vincent Meredith ... Alderman Ross

Tim Decker ... Ronnie Moretti
Anthony Mockus Sr. ... Mayor Rutledge (as Tony Mockus)

Coburn Goss ... Dr. Laurent

Martin Donovan ... Ezra Stone

Ray Austin ... Protest Sheriff
Scott Benjaminson ... Hoffman

Chris Boykin ... Sean

Diann Burns ... TV Anchor / Reporter
Dewyn Church ... Young Emma (as Devyn Church)
Kevin Cox ... Protest Reporter
Cameron Cullers ... Gangbanger #2
Dereck Garner ... Male Staffer

Sasha Gioppo ... Nurse

Patrick Gough ... Sheriff

Maura Kidwell ... Barbara

Brian King ... Chuck

Elizabeth Laidlaw ... Linda Driscoll
Cortez Mack ... 1993 Briefing Room Reporter #2
Antoine McKay ... Lennox Gardens Father

Stephenie Park ... Receptionist
Richard Perez ... Ortiz
Vail Romeyn ... Reporter #1
Juan Gabriel Ruiz ... Dilip Singh / Cullen's Aide (as Gabriel Ruiz)

Madrid St. Angelo ... Latino Homeowner
Joe 'Jody' Williams ... Cameraman
Walter S. Bernard ... Gangbanger #1
Adriana Brinceanu ... Protestor

Tiffany Burns ... Nurse
Candace C. Edwards ... Mona's Assistant

Jaden Klein ... Young Ian
Mia Klein ... Neighborhood Kid
Thomas Kosik ... Mayors Office Employee

January Stern ... Journallist
Chris D. Thomas ... Sentinel Reporter
Roberta Chung ... Mayor's Office Employee (uncredited)

Gena Ellis ... Neighbor / Protester (uncredited)

McKenzie Franklin ... Lennox Gardens Daughter (uncredited)

Jenny Hale ... Jackie's Assistant (uncredited)
Rich Tanis ... Chicago Sentinel Newsroom Staffer (uncredited)
Marilyn Volkman ... Protester (uncredited)
David Weiss ... Protester (uncredited)

Roger Wiggins ... Desk Sgt (uncredited)
J.D. Won ... Senteniel Staff (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 7: The Conversation

28 September 2012
Kane's alternative treatment seems to have worked and he is back in control of his city. Meredith moves full force into her role as Chicago's First Lady but she soon discovers Kane's obsession with his aide, Mona. Kane must remedy his public perception even if it means making an old friend collateral damage.

Kelsey Grammer ... Mayor Tom Kane

Connie Nielsen ... Meredith Kane

Hannah Ware ... Emma Kane

Jeff Hephner ... Ben Zajac

Kathleen Robertson ... Kitty O'Neill

Troy Garity ... Sam Miller

Jonathan Groff ... Ian Todd

Rotimi ... Darius Morrison (as Rotimi Akinosho)

T.I. ... Trey Rogers (as Tip 'T.I.' Harris)

Sanaa Lathan ... Mona Fredricks

Amy Morton ... Catherine Walsh

Daniel J. Travanti ... Gerald 'Babe' McGantry

Francis Guinan ... Governor McCall Cullen

Karen Aldridge ... Dr. Ella Harris

Chelcie Ross ... Royczyk

Marin Ireland ... Claire Mann

James Vincent Meredith ... Alderman Ross

John Hoogenakker ... Doyle (States Attorney)

Danny Goldring ... Ryan Kavanaugh
Anthony Mockus Sr. ... Mayor Rutledge (as Tony Mockus)
Kristin Ankuta ... Reporter #1
Scott Benjaminson ... Hoffman

Kamal Angelo Bolden ... Antoine (as Kamal Bolden)

Chris Boykin ... Sean

Carlitos Dosouto ... Walsh Aide
Candace C. Edwards ... Mona's Assistant

Simeon Henderson ... Head Protestor

Mary Hollis Inboden ... Jackie

Anish Jethmalani ... Male Nurse

Elizabeth Laidlaw ... Linda Driscoll

Mildred Marie Langford ... Deondra (as Mildred Langford)

Steve Lenz ... Phone Monkey / Kane's Aide
Jabarie McCoy ... Jason
Nancy Pender ... Reporter #2
Richard Perez ... Ortiz
Juan Gabriel Ruiz ... Dilip Singh / Cullen's Aide (as Gabriel Ruiz)

Rebecca Spence ... Tina
Eden Elyse ... Alissa (as Eden Strong)

Anita Nicole Brown ... Mayor's Office Employee
Thomas Kosik ... Mayors Office Employee

Craig Lemons ... Sentinel Photographer

Chad Manuel ... Waiter

Arthur-Angelo Sarinas ... Doyle Employee
Roberta Chung ... Mayor's Office Employee (uncredited)
Jay Delarosa ... Police Officer (uncredited)
Chris Haymes ... Prisoner (uncredited)

Mino Mackic ... Mayor Kane's Commander (uncredited)
Samuel Meadows ... Sentinel Mail Clerk (uncredited)

Roger Wiggins ... Desk Sgt (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 8: Consequence

5 October 2012
Consequence

Kelsey Grammer ... Mayor Tom Kane

Connie Nielsen ... Meredith Kane (credit only)

Hannah Ware ... Emma Kane

Jeff Hephner ... Ben Zajac

Kathleen Robertson ... Kitty O'Neill

Troy Garity ... Sam Miller

Jonathan Groff ... Ian Todd

Rotimi ... Darius Morrison

T.I. ... Trey Rogers (as Tip 'T.I.' Harris)

Sanaa Lathan ... Mona Fredricks

Amy Morton ... Catherine Walsh

Daniel J. Travanti ... Gerald 'Babe' McGantry

Francis Guinan ... Governor McCall Cullen

Karen Aldridge ... Dr. Ella Harris

Marin Ireland ... Claire Mann

James Vincent Meredith ... Alderman Ross

John Hoogenakker ... Doyle (States Attorney)
Anthony Mockus Sr. ... Mayor Rutledge (as Tony Mockus)

Nicole Forester ... Maggie Zajac
Weston Ford ... Zajac's Son

José Antonio García ... Galvez

Mary Hollis Inboden ... Jackie

Bruce Jarchow ... Carpenter

Anish Jethmalani ... Male Nurse

Brian King ... Chuck
Trinity Murdock ... Ward Boss 1

Stephenie Park ... Receptionist
Juan Gabriel Ruiz ... Dilip Singh / Cullen's Aide (as Gabriel Ruiz)

Rebecca Spence ... Tina

Phillip Edward Van Lear ... Alderman Alverson
Celeste Williams ... Karen
Marisol Doblado ... Prostitute
Candace C. Edwards ... Mona's Assistant
Hudson Ford ... Benjy Zajak
Heather Gunn ... Production Assistant

Craig Lemons ... Sentinel Photographer
Babs Moran ... Sentinel Reporter
Todd Rader ... Campaign Worker
Elizabeth Reiners ... Chicago Alderman

Arthur-Angelo Sarinas ... Doyle Employee
Roberta Chung ... Mayor's Office Employee (uncredited)

Madison Dae Clarion ... Injured Child (uncredited)
Brandon Dawkins ... Trey's Thug (uncredited)

Jenny Hale ... Jackie's Assistant (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 9: Clinch

12 October 2012
Chicago is bankrupt and a team of receivers pour in to take control of the city. But losing his mayoral power isn't the biggest danger to Kane as various enemies including Sentinel editor, Sam Miller, threaten to expose his illness and corruption. Does Kane have a plan in his back pocket or will he go down with his city?
Candace C. Edwards ... Monas Assistant

Kelsey Grammer ... Mayor Tom Kane

Connie Nielsen ... Meredith Kane

Hannah Ware ... Emma Kane

Jeff Hephner ... Ben Zajac

Kathleen Robertson ... Kitty O'Neill

Troy Garity ... Sam Miller

Jonathan Groff ... Ian Todd

Rotimi ... Darius Morrison

T.I. ... Trey Rogers (as Tip 'T.I.' Harris)

Sanaa Lathan ... Mona Fredricks

Amy Morton ... Catherine Walsh

Daniel J. Travanti ... Gerald 'Babe' McGantry

Francis Guinan ... Governor McCall Cullen

Gil Bellows ... Vacarro

James Vincent Meredith ... Alderman Ross

John Hoogenakker ... Doyle (States Attorney)

Marin Ireland ... Claire Mann

Danny Goldring ... Ryan Kavanaugh
Derin Adesida ... Roxie

James T. Alfred ... Kenya Taylor
Tony Bozzuto ... Justin

Janet Ulrich Brooks ... Elizabeth Borden
Chaon Cross ... Rachel

José Antonio García ... Galvez
Dereck Garner ... Staffer
Neal Grofman ... Friendly Man

Mary Hollis Inboden ... Jackie

Doug James ... Grey Haired Man

Brian King ... Chuck

Steve Lenz ... Phone Monkey / Kane's Aide
Kallie Miller ... Patty
Kelli Nonnemacher ... Incensed Parent
Nancy Pender ... TV Reporter
Vail Romeyn ... Reporter #1
Juan Gabriel Ruiz ... Dilip Singh / Cullen's Aide (as Gabriel Ruiz)
Jorge Santos ... Cub Reporter

Rebecca Spence ... Tina
Guy Van Swearingen ... Dinovo
Sarah Breidenbach ... Woman in Park

Craig Lemons ... Sentinel Photographer

Kevin Lingle ... News Reporter
Babs Moran ... Sentinel Reporter
Catherine Perzee ... Reporter
Elizabeth Reiners ... Chicago Alderman
Chris D. Thomas ... Sentinel Reporter

John Thurner ... Borden Accountant

Giota Trakas ... EL Passenger
Shawn Block ... Protesting Parent (uncredited)
Roberta Chung ... Mayor's Office Employee (uncredited)
Jay Delarosa ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Gena Ellis ... Neighbor / Protester (uncredited)

Jenny Hale ... Jackie's Assistant (uncredited)

Mino Mackic ... Mayor Kane's Commander (uncredited)

Roger Wiggins ... Desk Sgt (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 10: True Enough

19 October 2012
As Kane's mental faculties deteriorate to a new low, Sentinel editor, Sam Miller, is about to break a story that will destroy him. But unbeknownst to Kane, Kitty is the true threat as she decides where her loyalties lie. As the odds stack up against Kane, he will be forced to reveal the unthinkable to stay on top.

Kelsey Grammer ... Mayor Tom Kane

Connie Nielsen ... Meredith Kane

Hannah Ware ... Emma Kane

Jeff Hephner ... Ben Zajac

Kathleen Robertson ... Kitty O'Neill

Troy Garity ... Sam Miller

Jonathan Groff ... Ian Todd

Rotimi ... Darius Morrison

T.I. ... Trey Rogers (as Tip 'T.I.' Harris)

Sanaa Lathan ... Mona Fredricks

Francis Guinan ... Governor McCall Cullen

David Pasquesi ... Jack Bentley

Gil Bellows ... Vacarro

Karen Aldridge ... Dr. Ella Harris

John Hoogenakker ... Doyle (States Attorney)

Nicole Forester ... Maggie Zajac

Marin Ireland ... Claire Mann

James Vincent Meredith ... Alderman Ross

Danny Goldring ... Ryan Kavanaugh
Derin Adesida ... Roxie
Scott Benjaminson ... Hoffman
Terry Berner ... Manager

Chris Boykin ... Sean
Mary 'Dugan' Buono ... Female Patron

Diann Burns ... TV Anchor / Reporter

Andrew Carter ... Reporter

James Farruggio ... Evan Price (News Anchor)
Weston Ford ... Danny Zajak

Ilyssa Fradin ... Mollie St. John

José Antonio García ... Galvez

Mary Hollis Inboden ... Jackie

Doug James ... Grey Haired Man

Brian King ... Chuck

Elizabeth Laidlaw ... Linda Driscoll

Steve Lenz ... Phone Monkey / Kane's Aide
Sandra Marquez ... Adriana Mata
Tim Mason ... Bartender
Jabarie McCoy ... Jason
Missy Modell ... Sentinel Assistant
Richard Perez ... Alderman Carlos Ortiz
Craig Spidle ... Peter Baine
Eden Elyse ... Alissa (as Eden Strong)
Guy Van Swearingen ... Dinovo
Candace C. Edwards ... Mona's Aide

Craig Lemons ... Sentinel Photographer
Joseph Mazurk ... City Alderman
Elizabeth Reiners ... Chicago Alderman
Efren John Rowan ... UNLV student

January Stern ... Journallist
Chris D. Thomas ... Sentinel Reporter

R. Charles Wilkerson ... Maintenance Worker
Michael T. Black ... City Worker (uncredited)
Roberta Chung ... Mayor's Office Employee (uncredited)

Mino Mackic ... Mayor Kane's Commander (uncredited)
Samuel Meadows ... Sentinel Mail Clerk (uncredited)

Russ Panzarella ... Chicago Alderman (uncredited)
Rich Tanis ... Chicago Sentinel Newsroom Staffer (uncredited)

Roger Wiggins ... Desk Sgt (uncredited)
J.D. Won ... Senteniel Staff (uncredited)

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