®
  Film Reviews and Computer Games
  

Home > TV > The Wire

search poster link


Main Cast Reviews  Dominic West, John Doman, Deirdre Lovejoy Categories  Crime | Drama | Action Duration  2002 - 2008 9.1
Filmography
Review

This series is an in depth view of the Baltimore drug scene. We see cases through the eyes of the drug dealers and law enforcement.

Cast:
Dominic West as Det. James 'Jimmy' McNulty / ... 60 episodes 2002-2008,
John Doman as Dep. Comm. for Operations William A. Rawls / ... 60 episodes 2002-2008,
Deirdre Lovejoy as Asst. State's Atty. Rhonda Pearlman 60 episodes 2002-2008,
Wendell Pierce as Det. William 'Bunk' Moreland 60 episodes 2002-2008,
Lance Reddick as Lt. Cedric Daniels / ... 60 episodes 2002-2008,
Sonja Sohn as Det. Shakima 'Kima' Greggs 60 episodes 2002-2008,
Seth Gilliam as Sgt. Ellis Carver / ... 60 episodes 2002-2008,
Domenick Lombardozzi as Det. Thomas 'Herc' Hauk / ... 60 episodes 2002-2008,
Clarke Peters as Det. Lester Freamon 59 episodes 2002-2008,
Andre Royo as Reginald 'Bubbles' Cousins 52 episodes 2002-2008,
Michael Kenneth Williams as Omar Little 51 episodes 2002-2008,
Jim True-Frost as Det. Roland 'Prez' Pryzbylewski / ... 50 episodes 2002-2008,
Frankie Faison as Acting Commissioner Ervin H. Burrell / ... 47 episodes 2002-2008,
Corey Parker Robinson as Det. Leander Sydnor 45 episodes 2002-2008,
Delaney Williams as Sgt. Jay Landsman 45 episodes 2002-2008,
J.D. Williams as Preston 'Bodie' Broadus 42 episodes 2002-2006,
Wood Harris as Avon Barksdale 39 episodes 2002-2008,
Idris Elba as Russell 'Stringer' Bell 37 episodes 2002-2004,
Aidan Gillen as Councilman Thomas 'Tommy' Carcetti / ... 35 episodes 2004-2008,
Jamie Hector as Marlo Stanfield 32 episodes 2004-2008,
Gbenga Akinnagbe as Chris Partlow / ... 30 episodes 2002-2008,
Robert Wisdom as Howard 'Bunny' Colvin / ... 27 episodes 2003-2008,
Anwan Glover as Slim Charles 27 episodes 2004-2008,
Felicia Pearson as Felicia 'Snoop' Pearson 27 episodes 2004-2008,
Chad L. Coleman as Dennis 'Cutty' Wise 26 episodes 2004-2008,
Tray Chaney as Malik 'Poot' Carr 26 episodes 2002-2008,
Michael Kostroff as Maurice 'Maury' Levy 25 episodes 2002-2008,
Isiah Whitlock Jr. as State Sen. R. Clayton 'Clay' Davis 25 episodes 2002-2008,
Robert F. Chew as Joseph 'Proposition Joe' Stewart 25 episodes 2002-2008,
Michael Salconi as Off. Michael 'Sanny' Santangelo / ... 25 episodes 2002-2008,
Reg E. Cathey as Norman Wilson 23 episodes 2006-2008,
Jermaine Crawford as Duquan 'Dukie' Weems 23 episodes 2006-2008,
Tristan Mack Wilds as Michael Lee 23 episodes 2006-2008,
Glynn Turman as Mayor Clarence V. Royce / ... 22 episodes 2004-2008,
Edward T. Norris as Det. Edward Norris 22 episodes 2002-2008,
Amy Ryan as Off. Beatrice 'Beadie' Russell 20 episodes 2003-2008,
Al Brown as Maj. Stanislaus Valchek / ... 20 episodes 2002-2008,
Richard Burton as Sean 'Shamrock' McGinty 20 episodes 2003-2004,
Benjamin Busch as Off. Anthony Colicchio 20 episodes 2004-2008,
Ryan Sands as Off. Lloyd 'Truck' Garrick 20 episodes 2004-2008,
Hassan Johnson as Roland 'Wee-Bey' Brice 19 episodes 2002-2008,
Brian Anthony Wilson as Det. Vernon Holley 19 episodes 2002-2008,
Gregory L. Williams as Det. Michael Crutchfield 19 episodes 2004-2008,
Lawrence Gilliard Jr. as D'Angelo Barksdale 21 episodes 2002-2004,
Jay Landsman as Lt. Dennis Mello / ... 18 episodes 2003-2008,
Thuliso Dingwall as Kenard 18 episodes 2004-2008,
Paul Ben-Victor as Spiros 'Vondas' Vondopoulos 17 episodes 2003-2008,
Edward Bernard Green Jr. as Spider 17 episodes 2004-2008,
Kwame Patterson as 'Monk' Metcalf 17 episodes 2006-2008,
Maria Broom as Marla Daniels 16 episodes 2002-2008,
Frederick Strother as State Delegate Odell Watkins 16 episodes 2004-2008,
Richard DeAngelis as Col. Raymond Foerster / ... 16 episodes 2002-2006,
Peter Gerety as Judge Daniel Phelan 15 episodes 2002-2008,
Melanie Nicholls-King as Cheryl 15 episodes 2002-2008,
Brandy Burre as Theresa D'Agostino 15 episodes 2004-2006,
Cleo Reginald Pizana as Chief of Staff Coleman Parker / ... 15 episodes 2004-2006,
Michael Willis as Andy Krawczyk 15 episodes 2003-2008,
Leo Fitzpatrick as Johnny Weeks 14 episodes 2002-2004,
Maestro Harrell as Randy Wagstaff 14 episodes 2006-2008,
Julito McCullum as Namond Brice 14 episodes 2006-2008,
Rick Otto as Off. Kenneth Dozerman 14 episodes 2004-2008,
Pablo Schreiber as Nick Sobotka 13 episodes 2003-2008,
Michael B. Jordan as Wallace 14 episodes 2002-2004,
Method Man as Melvin 'Cheese' Wagstaff 13 episodes 2003-2008,
Doug Olear as FBI Spec. Agent Terrance 'Fitz' Fitzhugh 13 episodes 2002-2008,
Megan Anderson as Jen Carcetti 13 episodes 2004-2008,
De'Rodd Hearns as Herbert De'Rodd 'Puddin' Johnson 13 episodes 2002-2004,
Jeffrey Pratt Gordon as John 'Johnny Fifty' Spamanto 13 episodes 2003-2008,
Chris Bauer as Frank Sobotka 13 episodes 2003-2004,
James Ransone as Chester 'Ziggy' Sobotka 12 episodes 2003,
Callie Thorne as Elena McNulty 12 episodes 2002-2008,
Neal Huff as Chief of Staff Michael Steintorf 12 episodes 2006-2008,
Michael Hyatt as Brianna Barksdale 12 episodes 2002-2006,
Shamyl Brown as Donette 12 episodes 2002-2004,
Susan Duvall as Assistant Principal Marcia Donnelly 12 episodes 2006-2008,
Charley Scalies as Thomas 'Horseface' Pakusa 12 episodes 2003,
Dravon James as Grace Sampson 12 episodes 2004-2006,
Luray Cooper as Nathaniel 'Nat' Coxson 12 episodes 2003-2008,
Christopher Mann as Councilman Anthony 'Tony' Gray 12 episodes 2004-2006,
Bobby J. Brown as Off. Bobby Brown 12 episodes 2002-2008,
Wendy Grantham as Shardene Innes 11 episodes 2002-2008,
Chris Ashworth as Sergei 'Serge' Malatov 12 episodes 2003-2008,
Melvin Williams as Deacon 11 episodes 2004-2008,
Marlyne Barrett as Council President Nerese Campbell 11 episodes 2006-2008,
Kelli R. Brown as Kimmy 11 episodes 2003-2006,
Dan DeLuca as David Parenti 11 episodes 2006,
Keenon Brice as Aaron 'Bug' Manigault 11 episodes 2006-2008,
Jeffrey Lorenzo as Karim Williams 11 episodes 2006,
Clark Johnson as City Editor Augustus 'Gus' Haynes 10 episodes 2008,
Tom McCarthy as Scott Templeton 10 episodes 2008,
Michelle Paress as Alma Gutierrez 10 episodes 2008,
Bill Raymond as The Greek 10 episodes 2003-2008,
David Costabile as Managing Editor Thomas Klebanow 10 episodes 2008,
S. Robert Morgan as Butchie 10 episodes 2003-2008,
Nathan Corbett as Donut 10 episodes 2006,
Antonio Cordova as Michael McNulty 10 episodes 2002-2008,
Tony D. Head as Maj. Bobby Reed 10 episodes 2002-2006,
Joilet Harris as Off. Caroline Massey 10 episodes 2004-2006,
Justin Burley as Justin 10 episodes 2004-2006,
Sam Freed as Executive Editor James C. Whiting III 9 episodes 2008,
William F. Zorzi as Bill Zorzi 9 episodes 2002-2008,
Ernest Waddell as Dante 9 episodes 2003-2004,
Brandon Young as Mike Fletcher 9 episodes 2008,
Sandi McCree as De'Londa Brice 9 episodes 2006,
Taylor King as Zenobia Dawson 9 episodes 2006,
Chris Clanton as Savino Bratton 9 episodes 2002-2008,
Troj Strickland as Ricardo 'Fat Face Rick' Hendrix 9 episodes 2004-2008,
Jason Wharton as Albert Stokes 9 episodes 2006,
Steve Earle as Walon 8 episodes 2002-2008,
Benay Berger as FBI Supervisor Amanda Reese 8 episodes 2002-2008,
Dion Graham as State's Attorney Rupert Bond 8 episodes 2006-2008,
Brandon Price as Anton 'Stinkum' Artis 8 episodes 2002,
Nat Benchley as Det. Augustus Polk 8 episodes 2002-2008,
Ramon Rodriguez as Renaldo 8 episodes 2006-2008,
Brandon Fobbs as Fruit 8 episodes 2004-2006,
Shamika Cotton as Raylene Lee 8 episodes 2006-2008,
Eric G. Ryan as Sean McNulty 8 episodes 2002-2008,
Karen Vicks as Gerry 8 episodes 2006,
R. Emery Bright as Community Relations Sgt. 8 episodes 2004,
Davon Cooper as Darnell Tyson 8 episodes 2006,
Todd Scofield as Jeff Price 8 episodes 2004-2008,
Bus Howard as Vernon 'Ott' Motley 8 episodes 2003,
Darrell Britt-Gibson as Darius 'O-Dog' Hill 8 episodes 2006-2008,
Rakiya Orange as Charlene Young 8 episodes 2006,
Rico Sterling as Calvin / ... 8 episodes 2004-2006,
Destiny Jackson-Evans as Crystal Judkins 8 episodes 2006,
Michael Potts as Brother Mouzone 7 episodes 2003-2004,
Clayton LeBouef as Wendell 'Orlando' Blocker 7 episodes 2002,
Jeffrey Fugitt as Claude Diggins 7 episodes 2003,
Stacie Davis as Ms. Duquette 7 episodes 2006,
Thomas J. McCarthy as State Editor Tim Phelps / ... 7 episodes 2008,
Robert Poletick as Metro Editor Steven Luxenberg / ... 7 episodes 2008,
Donald Neal as Rewrite Man Jay Spry 7 episodes 2008,
Mayo Best as Gerard 7 episodes 2004,
Norris Davis as Vinson 7 episodes 2004-2008,
Rashad Orange as Sherrod 7 episodes 2004-2006,
Melvin T. Russell as Jamal 7 episodes 2004-2006,
Kristin Proctor as Aimee 6 episodes 2003,
Alfonso Christian Lover as Old Face Andre 6 episodes 2006,
Boris McGiver as Lt. Charles Marimow 6 episodes 2006,
Erik Dellums as Dr. Randall Frazier 6 episodes 2002-2004,
Susan Rome as Asst. State's Atty. Ilene Nathan 6 episodes 2002-2006,
Brandan T. Tate as Sapper 6 episodes 2004,
Jonnie Brown as Off. Eddie Walker 6 episodes 2006,
Lev Gorn as Eton Ben-Eleazer 6 episodes 2003,
Kelvin Davis as La La 6 episodes 2003,
Richard Pelzman as Little Big Roy 6 episodes 2003-2008,
Sho Brown as Phil Boy 6 episodes 2004-2008,
Tyrell Baker as Little Kevin 6 episodes 2006,
Larry Andrews as Donnie 6 episodes 2006-2008,
Na'Dria Jennings as Chandra Porter 6 episodes 2006,
Perry Blackmon as Perry 6 episodes 2002-2004,
Rico Whelchel as Rico 6 episodes 2002-2004,
Michael Coley as Kwame / ... 6 episodes 2006,
Teddy Cañez as George 'Double G' Glekas 5 episodes 2003,
Lance Irwin as Maui 5 episodes 2003,
David E. Goodman as Budget Director 5 episodes 2006-2008,
Richard Hidlebird as Principal Claudell Withers 5 episodes 2006,
Kara Lee Duncan as Regional Affairs Editor Rebecca Corbett / ... 5 episodes 2008,
Dennis Hill as Det. Christeson 5 episodes 2008,
Addison Switzer as Country 5 episodes 2003-2004,
Tyreeka Freamon as Middle School Clerk / ... 5 episodes 2006,
Gary D'Addario as Grand Jury Prosecutor Gary DiPasquale 5 episodes 2003-2008,
Micaiah Jones as Wintell 'Little Man' Royce 5 episodes 2002,
DeAndre McCullough as Lamar 5 episodes 2003-2004,
Derren Fuentes as Lt. Torret 5 episodes 2002-2004,
Lee E. Cox as Off. Aaron Castor 5 episodes 2004-2008,
Derrick Purvey as Big Guy 5 episodes 2006-2008,
Robert Hogan as Louis Sobotka 4 episodes 2003,
Michael Kevin Darnall as Brandon Wright 4 episodes 2002,
Edwina Findley Dickerson as Tosha Mitchell 4 episodes 2003-2004,
Donnell Rawlings as Damien 'Day-Day' Price 4 episodes 2002-2008,
Bruce Kirkpatrick as Roger Twigg 4 episodes 2008,
Mia Arnice Chambers as Squeak 4 episodes 2004,
Melvin Jackson Jr. as Bernard 4 episodes 2004,
Curtis Montez as Sterling 4 episodes 2002,
Michael Stone Forrest as Det. Frank Barlow 4 episodes 2002-2008,
Gene Terinoni as Lt. Jimmy Asher 4 episodes 2006-2008,
Cyrus Farmer as Devar Manigault 4 episodes 2006-2008,
Duane Chandler Rawlings as Nathaniel 'Hungry Man' Manns 4 episodes 2006-2008,
Eugene R. Little as Cutty's Boss 4 episodes 2004-2006,
Eisa Davis as Bubbles' Sister 4 episodes 2002-2008,
Gary 'D. Reign' Senkus as Frog 4 episodes 2003-2008,
Brook Yeaton as Michael 'White Mike' McArdle 4 episodes 2003,
Denise Hart as Miss Anna Jeffries / ... 4 episodes 2002-2006,
Gil Deeble as Hucklebuck 4 episodes 2002-2008,
Armando Cadogan Jr. as Bubbles' Tormentor 4 episodes 2006,
Doug Lory as Big Roy 4 episodes 2003,
Doug Roberts as State's Attorney Steven Demper 4 episodes 2002-2006,
J. Valenteen Gregg as Chess 4 episodes 2003,
Jonathan D. Wray as Tank 4 episodes 2003-2004,
Derek Horton as Off. Brian Baker 4 episodes 2004-2008,
Brian E. McLarney as Off. Brian McLarney 4 episodes 2006-2008,
Tom Quinn as Det. Patrick Mahon 3 episodes 2002,
Tom Mardirosian as Agent Kristos Koutris 3 episodes 2003,
Lance Williams as John Bailey 3 episodes 2002,
Keith Flippen as Bruce DiBiago 3 episodes 2003,
Joe Urla as U.S. Attorney for the District of Maryland 3 episodes 2008,
Kevin McKelvey as F.B.I. Agent 3 episodes 2003,
William Zielinski as Gene 3 episodes 2004,
William L. Thomas as F.B.I. Agent / ... 3 episodes 2003,
Genevieve Hudson-Price as Dee Dee 3 episodes 2004-2008,
Scott Shane as Scott Shane 3 episodes 2008,
Ptolemy Slocum as Business Card Homeless Man 3 episodes 2008,
Sheila Gaskins as Mrs. Anderson 3 episodes 2006,
Jarvis W. George as 'Ronnie Mo' Watkins 3 episodes 2002,
Shenia Hatchett as Woman / ... 3 episodes 2006,
Toni Lewis as F.B.I. Agent / ... 3 episodes 2002-2003,
Dave Ettlin as Dave Ettlin 3 episodes 2008,
Fredro Starr as Marquis 'Bird' Hilton 3 episodes 2002-2003,
Elisabeth Noone as Joan Sobotka 3 episodes 2003,
Reggie Alvin Green as Arabber 3 episodes 2008,
Marty Lodge as Banisky 3 episodes 2004,
Curt Boushel as Andy 3 episodes 2008,
Dave Trovato as Maj. Walter Cantrell / ... 3 episodes 2002-2006,
Antonio D. Charity as CO Dwight Tilghman 3 episodes 2003,
Stanley Boyd as Cherry / ... 3 episodes 2002-2008,
Tommy Hahn as FBI Special Agent Salmond 3 episodes 2003,
Sheila Cutchlow as Miss Sheperdson 3 episodes 2006,
Tamieka Chavis as Royce's Assistant 3 episodes 2006,
Mark Joy as Ed Bowers 3 episodes 2006,
Ingrid Cornell as Nakeesha Lyles 2 episodes 2002,
Caroline G. Pleasant as Bodie's Grandmother 2 episodes 2002,
Clarence Clemons as Roman 2 episodes 2004,
Tel Monks as Father Jerome Lewandowski 2 episodes 2003,
Sam Coppola as Former Mayor 'Young Tony' 2 episodes 2006,
Christopher Glenn Wilson as DEA Agent 2 episodes 2002,
Elijah Grant Johnson as Elijah 2 episodes 2006-2008,
Dawn Ursula as Lolita Colvin 2 episodes 2006-2008,
Felix Stevenson as Rev. Frank Reid / ... 2 episodes 2004-2006,
Tiara Harris as Devonne 2 episodes 2004,
Fran Boyd as Needle Exchange Worker / ... 2 episodes 2004-2008,
Daniel Lee Robertson III as Shaun Williams 2 episodes 2006,
Kim Bogues as Woman 2 episodes 2004-2008,
Franklin Ojeda Smith as Minister 2 episodes 2006,
Crissandra Spencer as Cassandra Spencer / ... 2 episodes 2008,
Roscoe Orman as Off. Oscar Requer 2 episodes 2008,
Katherine Schmoke as Miss Mason 2 episodes 2006,
Devin Tweedy as Man 2 episodes 2006,
William Joseph Brookes as Lawrence Butler 2 episodes 2008,
Aubrey Deeker Hernandez as Terry Hanning 2 episodes 2008,
Jason Parker as Off. Reggie Leddett 2 episodes 2006,
Brendan Walsh as Brendan Walsh 2 episodes 2008,
Thomas C. Hessenauer as Middle School Teacher / ... 2 episodes 2006,
Stephen Schnetzer as Robert Ruby 2 episodes 2008,
Yolanda Gaskins as School Board Representative 2 episodes 2006,
Jeffrey Wendell Moffatt as Stanfield Muscle / ... 2 episodes 2006-2008,
Ken Ulman as Reporter 2 episodes 2008,
Russ Widdall as Ron Lowenthal 2 episodes 2008,
Joey Perillo as Medical Examiner Front Desk 2 episodes 2008,
Connor Aikin as Jack Russell 2 episodes 2008,
Marybeth Wise as Off. Karen 2 episodes 2008,
Reginald Gilmer as Man 2 episodes 2006-2008,
Merritt Wever as Prissy 2 episodes 2003,
Jimmie Jelani Manners as Kevin Johnston 2 episodes 2002,
Kevin Murray as Special Agent Kleary 2 episodes 2003,
Kurt L. Schmoke as Health Commissioner 2 episodes 2004,
Alan V. Poulson as Developer 2 episodes 2006-2008,
Dionne Audain as Social Worker 2 episodes 2008,
Jeorge Bennett Watson as Marvin Browning 2 episodes 2002,
Jon Garcia as Ringo 2 episodes 2003,
Kay Lawal as Meeting Woman 2 episodes 2004,
Gordana Rashovich as Ilona Petrovich 2 episodes 2003,
DeJuan Anderson as Little Bunk 2 episodes 2004-2006,
Barnett Milton Lloyd as Maj. Marvin Taylor 2 episodes 2004,
Curtis McClarin as Florist 2 episodes 2003-2008,
Kim Tuvin as Judge Emily Johnson 2 episodes 2002-2008,
Isis McCray as Tiff 2 episodes 2006,
Jason Moffett as Off. Tony 2 episodes 2008,
Joey Odoms as Corner Boy / ... 2 episodes 2006-2008,
Sophia Ayoud as Cary Russell 2 episodes 2008,
Neko Parham as State Police Undercover Troy Wiggins 1 episode 2002,
LaTonya Borsay as Orlando's dancer 1 episode 2002,
Maurice Blanding as Basketball player 1 episode 2002,
Jefferson Breland as Basketball coach 1 episode 2002,
Larry Hull as William Gant 1 episode 2002,
The Nighthawks as The Nighthawks 1 episode 2003,
Henri Edmonds as School Lecturer 1 episode 2006,
Lucy Newman-Williams as Asst. State's Atty. Taryn Hanson 1 episode 2002,
Giselle Watts as Darcia Wallace 1 episode 2002,
Gerard Ender as Sam 1 episode 2003,
Michael Mack as Special Agent Marcus Lemmel 1 episode 2003,
Lizan Mitchell as Shooting Witness 1 episode 2002,
Verna Day as Resident 1 episode 2004,
Robin Skye as Madam LaRue 1 episode 2002,
Dick Stilwell as Commissioner Warren Frazier 1 episode 2002,
Stan Stewart as Big Charles 1 episode 2003,
Katana Lazet Hall as Savino's mother 1 episode 2002,
Richard Price as Book Group Leader 1 episode 2003,
Jonathan Orcutt as Sheriff Robert Spore 1 episode 2004,
Barry Bradford as Stash house man 1 episode 2002,
Stephen F. Schmidt as Brice's attorney 1 episode 2002,
Nina Hodoruk as State's Atty. Kendall Remnick 1 episode 2004,
Bill Murphy as Bill Murphy 1 episode 2008,
Vera Holley as The Principal 1 episode 2004,
Norman Jackson as Lex 1 episode 2006,
Gloria Phillips as Bereaved Mother 1 episode 2003,
Muna Otaru as Student in Registrar's Office 1 episode 2004,
Phillip Burgess as Security Guard 1 episode 2006,
Richard Belzer as John Munch 1 episode 2008,
Nancy Grace as Nancy Grace 1 episode 2008,
Aphrodite Georgelakos as Unknown 1 episode 2003,
Anthony Mangano as Det. Kevin Infante 1 episode 2008,
Michael Mosley as Raymond Wiley 1 episode 2008,
Clifton Gross as Stevedore 1 episode 2003,
Robert Ehrlich as Security Guard 1 episode 2006,
Tiffani Holland as Chiquan 1 episode 2006,
Frank Reid as Reverend 1 episode 2006,
Kristie Dale Sanders as Det. Nancy Porter 1 episode 2008,
Steve Lukiewski as Phil the Dispatcher 1 episode 2003,
Dennis Lehane as Off. Sullivan 1 episode 2004,
Johnnett Kent as Sharon Jones 1 episode 2006,
Lenny Hamm as Det. Lenny Hamm 1 episode 2008,
Jackie Sawiris as Unknown 1 episode 2003,
Dameion Leslie as Man 1 episode 2004,
Greg Ainsworth as Richard Switowski 1 episode 2006,
Tevin Brown as Man 1 episode 2006,
Nikki Lusk as Woman 1 episode 2006,
Charmaine McPhee as Laetitia 1 episode 2006,
Cynthia Webb as Teacher #2 1 episode 2006,
Paul G. Sepczynski as Stevedore 1 episode 2003,
Stacie Williams as Gail 1 episode 2006,
David Fonteno as Poker Winner 1 episode 2006,
Jim Ancel as Man 1 episode 2008,
Donald Worden as Det. Donald Worden 1 episode 2008,
Damon Henderson as Pastor 1 episode 2008,
Jaymes Jorsling as Vincent 1 episode 2008,
Robert G. McKay as Rep. Albert Upshaw 1 episode 2008,
Chynna Gray as Woman 1 episode 2006,
Marc Steiner as Debate Moderator 1 episode 2006,
Ron Tucker as Western District Officer 1 episode 2008,
Della Ford as Woman 1 episode 2006,
Zakiya Jefferson as Woman 1 episode 2006,
Suzanne Wooton as Suzanne Wooton 1 episode 2008,
Paul L. Nolan as Hardware Store Employee 1 episode 2006,
Lora Reed as Woman 1 episode 2006,
Willa Bickham as Willa Bickham 1 episode 2008,
Dominick Cicco as Andreas 1 episode 2008,
Larry Young as Shark 1 episode 2008,
Imani Nia Robinson as Woman 1 episode 2006,
Jim Rood as Patrolman 1 episode 2006,
Gordon Timothy as Anthony Wardell 1 episode 2006,
Bryan Anderson as Marino 1 episode 2008,
Sarah Desage as Bank Teller 1 episode 2008,
Dan Manning as Asst. Medical Examiner 1 episode 2008,
Queen Nzinga Ama Linton as Female Rail Passenger 1 episode 2006,
Arthur Laupus as Appointment Homeless Man 1 episode 2008,
Kate Revelle as Jane 1 episode 2008,
Michael Rivera as Renaldo's Friend 1 episode 2008,
Jeff Roberts as Employed Homeless Man 1 episode 2008,
Stuart Evered as Detective 1 episode 2008,
Leroy Graves Jr. as Man 1 episode 2008,
Baye C. Harrell as Hack Driver 1 episode 2008,
Kathy Lally as Kathy Lally 1 episode 2008,
Kelley Slagle as Asst. Medical Examiner 1 episode 2008,
Kayte Grace as Ava 1 episode 2006,
John Badila as Sun Staff Member 1 episode 2008,
Seymour Horowitz as Grieving Father 1 episode 2008,
Amy Lee as Store Owner 1 episode 2008,
Kristian King Lewman as Asst. Medical Examiner Diane Lerner 1 episode 2008,
Tony Small as 1 episode 2008,
Pam Spiliadis as Pam Spiliadis 1 episode 2008,
Joe DiBlassi as Man 1 episode 2006,
De'Ante McCullough as Man 1 episode 2006,
Jack Seeley as Bigoted Voter 1 episode 2006,
Erica Chamblee as Pregnant Woman 1 episode 2008,
Rosemary Knower as Grieving Mother 1 episode 2008,
Valerie Leonard as Washington Post Staff Member 1 episode 2008,
Eric Messner as Alma's Boyfriend 1 episode 2008,
Denise Preddy as Miss Ella 1 episode 2006,
Rasheila Daniels as Man 1 episode 2008,
John E. Fairley as Man 1 episode 2008,
Ayanna S. Flemings as Woman 1 episode 2008,
Jayne Miller as Jayne Miller 1 episode 2008,
Dante Painter Jr. as DeShawn 1 episode 2008,
Tony Devon as Mr. Shopper 1 episode 2006,
Jasmine Pitts as Woman 1 episode 2006,
Rachel Lynn Dinenna as Woman 1 episode 2008,
Joe Hansard as Nathan Levi Boston 1 episode 2008,
Joe Inscoe as FBI Deputy Director Arthur Tolan 1 episode 2008,
Corbin Smith as Monell 1 episode 2008,
Tracy Teague as McNulty's Date 1 episode 2008,
Vickie Warehime as Patrol Sergeant 1 episode 2008,
Jerry Whiddon as Washington Post Editor 1 episode 2008,
Corbin Smith as Monell 1 episode 2006,
Carlos Juan Gonzalez as Man 1 episode 2008,
Miriam A. Hyman as Social Worker 1 episode 2008,
William R. Johnson as FBI Agent 1 episode 2008,
Peter Linari as Pete the Bartender 1 episode 2008,
Frank McPartland as Angry Baseball Fan 1 episode 2008,
Theodore M. Snead as Sports Editor 1 episode 2008,
Vincent M. Ward as Butchie's Bodyguard 1 episode 2008,
Reid Sasser as Director of National Drug Control Policy 1 episode 2004,
John Brennan as Banker #2 1 episode 2008,
Nathan James as Officer 1 episode 2008,
Laura Lippman as Herself 1 episode 2008,
Paul Morella as FBI Profiler 1 episode 2008,
Andrew Roth as Tim Packard 1 episode 2008,
Neerja Sharma as Woman Interviewed 1 episode 2008,
Tony Tsendeas as Homeless Man #2 1 episode 2008,
Richard Welchel as Man 1 episode 2006,
Jon Jolles as Sun Librarian 1 episode 2008,
Tim McAdams as Motorist 1 episode 2008,
Michael Olesker as Himself 1 episode 2008,
Tasha Rudolph as Abusive Mother 1 episode 2008,
Alexandra Tydings as Arts Editor 1 episode 2008,
Andrew Cruttenden as Man 1 episode 2008,
Sarah Grace Hart as Six Flags Girl #1 1 episode 2008,
D.L. Hopkins as Driver 1 episode 2008,
Melody Williams as Woman at Crime Scene #1 1 episode 2008,
Ayoka Dorsey as Gus's Wife 1 episode 2008,
Christine Lee as Store Clerk 1 episode 2008,
Charlie Limber as Man 1 episode 2008,
Alan J. Wendl as Desk Sergeant 1 episode 2008,
Melvina Williams as Woman at Crime Scene #2 1 episode 2008,
Tyson Hall as Marvin 1 episode 2008,
Jim Scopelitis as Banker #1 1 episode 2008,
Dimitros 'Jimmy' Stakias as Greek Deliveryman 1 episode 2008,
Adrienne Meisel as Recovering addict 1 episode 2008,
Sophia Wang as Six Flags Girl #2 1 episode 2008,
Juhahn Jones as Drug Dealer 1 episode 2008,
Patricia Penn as Sun Staff Member 1 episode 2008,
Carl Schoettler as Carl Schoettler 1 episode 2008,
Steve Zettler as Prison Guard 1 episode 2008,
Jermaine Shorts as Man 1 episode 2008,
Jay Spadaro as Officer 1 episode 2008,
Clinton 'Shorty' Buise as Clinton 'Shorty' Buise 1 episode 2008,
Henry Carter as Man 1 episode 2008,
Chris Kies as Petey 1 episode 2008,
Stephen Kinigopoulos as Officer 1 episode 2008,
Edward C. Lewis as Man 1 episode 2008,
George Smith as Man 1 episode 2008,
Jeff Wincott as Johnny Weaver 1 episode 2008,
Nikki Bell as Crack Addict 1 episode 2002,
Walter Simpson III as Crack Cocaine Addict 1 episode 2002,
Stephen Szibler as Narcotics Detective 1 episode 2002,
Aaron Lee Wright as Fighting Kid 1 episode 2002,
Stephanie Bamberger as Natasha 1 episode 2003,
Sabrina Flores as Girl 1 episode 2006,
Michael Ahl as Detective / ... (uncredited) 24 episodes 2003-2008,
David L. Marston as Newspaper Photographer / ... (uncredited) 13 episodes 2002-2006,
Robert F. Colesberry as Det. Ray Cole (uncredited) 12 episodes 2002-2003,
Vicki Jean Clark as Banquet Attendee / ... (uncredited) 12 episodes 2004-2008,
Thomas W. Stewart as Banquet Attendee / ... (uncredited) 12 episodes 2004-2008,
Enrique Chicas as Bailiff / ... (uncredited) 10 episodes 2002-2006,
Jennifer Rouse as Whiting's Secretary / ... (uncredited) 10 episodes 2003-2008,
Art Hall as Reporter (uncredited) 10 episodes 2008,
Dave Ehrman as Researcher / ... (uncredited) 9 episodes 2006-2008,
Anthony Bosco as The Sun Copy Editor (uncredited) 9 episodes 2008,
James E. Ash as Uniform Officer / ... (uncredited) 7 episodes 2002-2004,
Jill Redding as Delores (uncredited) 7 episodes 2003,
Dana Jay as Gangmember (Omars Crew) Camera Man (uncredited) 7 episodes 2004-2008,
Karl Otter as District Commander (uncredited) 7 episodes 2004-2008,
Patrick Michael Strange as Reporter (uncredited) 7 episodes 2008,
Mike D. Anderson as Ghost (uncredited) 6 episodes 2004-2008,
Marcus LaRon as Police Officer (uncredited) 6 episodes 2004-2008,
Tamara Johnson as Lieut. Cindy Lowry (uncredited) 6 episodes 2004,
Larry Carter as Reporter (uncredited) 6 episodes 2008,
Vito Pietanza as FBI Agent (uncredited) 5 episodes 2002-2004,
Darrell M. Smith as School Officer Turner / ... (uncredited) 5 episodes 2004-2006,
Zach Book as The Sun Graphics Designer (uncredited) 5 episodes 2008,
Tom Townsend as Grand Juror (uncredited) 5 episodes 2008,
Demetria Bailey as Perlene Scott / ... (uncredited) 4 episodes 2004-2006,
Kahil Dotay as Undercover Street Cop / ... (uncredited) 4 episodes 2004,
Robert Neal Marshall as Comstat Police Major (uncredited) 4 episodes 2004,
Esley Tate as Boo (uncredited) 4 episodes 2004,
Edonis Washington as Latroy (uncredited) 4 episodes 2004,
Diana Villamonte as Rachel Shapiro (uncredited) 4 episodes 2006,
Kevyn Settle as Sun Paper Layout Editor (uncredited) 4 episodes 2008,
David J. Smolar as Newspaper Reporter / ... (uncredited) 3 episodes 2002-2006,
Jerome Ro Brooks as Drug Dealer (uncredited) 3 episodes 2002,
Aaron Moss as Drug Dealer (uncredited) 3 episodes 2002,
Aaron J. Savage as Barksdale Crew Member / ... (uncredited) 3 episodes 2002,
Daniel Ross as Camera Assistant Channel 11 News / ... (uncredited) 3 episodes 2003-2004,
Randall Boffman as Bill Anderson - Port Admin. Port of Baltimore (uncredited) 3 episodes 2003,
Leslie Elliard as Off. Kevin Reynolds (uncredited) 3 episodes 2003,
Oleg Prudius as Henchman (uncredited) 3 episodes 2003,
James Lewis as Marvin / ... (uncredited) 3 episodes 2004-2006,
Stephen Zaleski as Coroner (uncredited) 3 episodes 2004-2006,
Nakia Dillard as Off. Lambert (uncredited) 3 episodes 2004,
Raw Leiba as Stringer's Bodyguard (uncredited) 3 episodes 2004,
Nora Bauer as Business Traveler / ... (uncredited) 3 episodes 2006-2008,
Ted Borodaeff as Boyfriend of William Rawls / ... (uncredited) 3 episodes 2006-2008,
Marshall Jefferies as Corner boy / ... (uncredited) 3 episodes 2006-2008,
Brian Dragonuk as Bar Patron / ... (uncredited) 3 episodes 2006,
Aubrohn King as Reporter / ... (uncredited) 3 episodes 2008,
Elizabeth Mary Nolan as Reporter (uncredited) 3 episodes 2008,
Chad Ridgely as Justin Cook (uncredited) 3 episodes 2008,
William Shipman as Detective Western District / ... (uncredited) 2 episodes 2002-2004,
Dakota Anderson as Muggs / ... (uncredited) 2 episodes 2002-2003,
Aaron Michael Lacey as Maryland State Trooper / ... (uncredited) 2 episodes 2002,
David Simon as Reporter / ... (uncredited) 2 episodes 2003-2008,
Amber Nelson as Miss Thiessen / ... (uncredited) 2 episodes 2003-2006,
Christopher Haley as Math Teacher / ... (uncredited) 2 episodes 2003-2004,
Paul Majors as Off. MacGaul (uncredited) 2 episodes 2003-2004,
Donald Rey as Copy Shop Employee (uncredited) 2 episodes 2003-2004,
Lizz Robbins as Pedestrian / ... (uncredited) 2 episodes 2003-2004,
Harold J. Abell Sr. as Moonshot (uncredited) 2 episodes 2003,
Jennifer Badger as Slavic Drowning Victim (uncredited) 2 episodes 2003,
Jeffrey Coleman as Coast Guard Officer (uncredited) 2 episodes 2003,
Paul D'Elia as Harbor Patrol Cop (uncredited) 2 episodes 2003,
Jacques Derosena as Leech (uncredited) 2 episodes 2003,
Donovan Hagins as Dancer (uncredited) 2 episodes 2003,
Bill Heneghan as MPA Officer (uncredited) 2 episodes 2003,
DeLon Howell as Inmate #1 (uncredited) 2 episodes 2003,
Kevin Jiggetts as Frommers (uncredited) 2 episodes 2003,
Jeremy Nichols as First Mate (uncredited) 2 episodes 2003,
Jonathan Pope as Sergeant (uncredited) 2 episodes 2003,
Eric Trosman as Dmitri (uncredited) 2 episodes 2003,
Schuster Vance as Walt Stokes (uncredited) 2 episodes 2003,
Tommy Lee Taylor Jr. as Lester Sanders (uncredited) 2 episodes 2004-2008,
Lloyd Booker as mayoral aide (uncredited) 2 episodes 2004-2006,
Rae Haskins as Drug Dealer (uncredited) 2 episodes 2004-2006,
Chester West as Shift Lt. Dent (uncredited) 2 episodes 2004-2006,
Alana Campbelle as Mayor's Secretary (uncredited) 2 episodes 2004,
Alan Gates as Off duty West Point Police Officer / ... (uncredited) 2 episodes 2004,
Marc Krinsky as Angelo Martin (uncredited) 2 episodes 2004,
Josh Adam Meyers as Dope Fiend (uncredited) 2 episodes 2004,
Lawrence Cameron Steele as Police Lieutenant (uncredited) 2 episodes 2004,
Jerry Walsh as Mr. Lake (uncredited) 2 episodes 2004,
Shaun Woodland as Dealer #2 (uncredited) 2 episodes 2004,
Dave Cooperman as Ball Toss Contestant / ... (uncredited) 2 episodes 2006-2008,
Jarret Janako as Stoop Thug / ... (uncredited) 2 episodes 2006-2008,
Kevin L Simmons as Detective (uncredited) 2 episodes 2006-2008,
Joanna Becker as High Roller / ... (uncredited) 2 episodes 2006,
Adrian Black as High Roller / ... (uncredited) 2 episodes 2006,
Stephanie Burden as Judy Pryzbylewski (uncredited) 2 episodes 2006,
Christopher Carver as Mayor Royce's Aide (uncredited) 2 episodes 2006,
David DeBoy as Detective Shea (uncredited) 2 episodes 2006,
Alexander Emmert as Asst. D.A. Becker (uncredited) 2 episodes 2006,
Paul Fahrenkopf as High Roller / ... (uncredited) 2 episodes 2006,
Atif Lanier as Western District Police Officer (uncredited) 2 episodes 2006,
Nicole Pettis as Miss Reese (uncredited) 2 episodes 2006,
Derek A. Smith as Construction Foreman / ... (uncredited) 2 episodes 2006,
Dolly Turner as Ms. Hanson (uncredited) 2 episodes 2006,
Tom Cutler as Detective (uncredited) 2 episodes 2008,
Philip DePalo as Undercover Detective / ... (uncredited) 2 episodes 2008,
Marcus Nel-Jamal Hamm as Off. Marcus (uncredited) 2 episodes 2008,
Gina Hernandez as On-Air Reporter (uncredited) 2 episodes 2008,
Neal McNeil as Bartender (uncredited) 2 episodes 2008,
Jeffon Avin as Market Manager (uncredited) 1 episode 2002,
Kamal Bostic-Smith as Snot Boogie's Friend (uncredited) 1 episode 2002,
Pete Burris as Federal judge (uncredited) 1 episode 2002,
Philip Byron as Juvenile Delinquent (uncredited) 1 episode 2002,
Terrence Currier as Roy Brown (uncredited) 1 episode 2002,
Larry Derr as Onion (uncredited) 1 episode 2002,
Kosha Engler as Kima's Friend (uncredited) 1 episode 2002,
Tony Fair as Money Counter (uncredited) 1 episode 2002,
Thomas Fraser as Hospital Patient (uncredited) 1 episode 2002,
Joe Gerety as State Trooper (uncredited) 1 episode 2002,
John Holt Hall as DEA Agent In Charge (uncredited) 1 episode 2002,
Justin Hinnant as Neighborhood Kid (uncredited) 1 episode 2002,
Rodney J. Hobbs as Police Officer (uncredited) 1 episode 2002,
SiSi Kache as Mother (uncredited) 1 episode 2002,
Karen Kirschenbauer as Hostess (uncredited) 1 episode 2002,
Tia Latrell as Parole Officer (uncredited) 1 episode 2002,
Mike Lavoie as Rookie Cop (uncredited) 1 episode 2002,
Mikel Miller as Police Officer (uncredited) 1 episode 2002,
Christopher H. Myers as Courtroom Convict (uncredited) 1 episode 2002,
Kirk Penberthy as FBI Spec. Agent Arnold D. Paulette (uncredited) 1 episode 2002,
Manuel Poblete as The Prosecutor (uncredited) 1 episode 2002,
Eric Ryan as Sean McNulty (uncredited) 1 episode 2002,
Julian Salazar as Antonio (uncredited) 1 episode 2002,
Rob Stull as Bar Patron (uncredited) 1 episode 2002,
Marcis Turner as Police Officer (uncredited) 1 episode 2002,
Angel M. Wainwright as Tywanda (uncredited) 1 episode 2002,
Keith Waters as Head Waiter (uncredited) 1 episode 2002,
Gary Wheeler as Attorney (uncredited) 1 episode 2002,
Ron A. Williams as Addict (uncredited) 1 episode 2002,
David Barroso as Swat Team Mike Serano (uncredited) 1 episode 2003,
John Bobby as Stevedore (uncredited) 1 episode 2003,
Patrick Brown as Jury Foreman (uncredited) 1 episode 2003,
Eric Buarque as Long Shoreman (uncredited) 1 episode 2003,
Elizabeth J. Carlisle as Prostitute (uncredited) 1 episode 2003,
R. Andrew Doan as Extra (uncredited) 1 episode 2003,
Billy Finnigan as Bernard (uncredited) 1 episode 2003,
Daniel Garrett as Gus the Bartender (uncredited) 1 episode 2003,
Jonas Grey as Drug Buyer (uncredited) 1 episode 2003,
Toni Hunter as Stripper (uncredited) 1 episode 2003,
Wes Johnson as Security Supervisor (uncredited) 1 episode 2003,
George Kardulias as Longshoreman (uncredited) 1 episode 2003,
Mark Kochanowicz as Yuppie Husband (uncredited) 1 episode 2003,
Joseph W. Lane as Corrections Officer Supervisor (uncredited) 1 episode 2003,
Dovile Mark as European Girl #2 (uncredited) 1 episode 2003,
David Ian McKendry as Inmate (uncredited) 1 episode 2003,
David Peters as Diener (uncredited) 1 episode 2003,
Leo Rogstad as Russian Mope (uncredited) 1 episode 2003,
Duncan Smith as Shipping Agent (uncredited) 1 episode 2003,
Christopher Crutchfield Walker as INS Agent (uncredited) 1 episode 2003,
Jonathan Watkins as Tony City Councilman (uncredited) 1 episode 2003,
E. Parker Webb as Stevedore (uncredited) 1 episode 2003,
Robert Albrecht as Rookie Cop (uncredited) 1 episode 2004,
Stephen Alexander as Bar Patron (uncredited) 1 episode 2004,
Andrew Aninsman as Aggravated Sergeant (uncredited) 1 episode 2004,
Ken Arnold as Car Theft Reporting Lt. (uncredited) 1 episode 2004,
Akim Black as Off. Tope (uncredited) 1 episode 2004,
Ian Bonds as Drug Buyer in Car (uncredited) 1 episode 2004,
Krystal Browning as Lesbian in Bar (uncredited) 1 episode 2004,
MaConnia Chesser as Trina (uncredited) 1 episode 2004,
Sal Darigo as Harry (uncredited) 1 episode 2004,
Daryl D. Davis as Store Clerk (uncredited) 1 episode 2004,
Bruce Allen Dawson as Bar Patron (uncredited) 1 episode 2004,
Joseph DeBona as State Trooper #2 (uncredited) 1 episode 2004,
Brian Edwards as Undercover Police Officer (uncredited) 1 episode 2004,
Kimberly S. Fairbanks as Patrolwoman (uncredited) 1 episode 2004,
Anthony Fedd as Tucky (uncredited) 1 episode 2004,
Aaron Fiore as Uniformed Cop With Beer (uncredited) 1 episode 2004,
Robert X. Golphin as Crackhead (uncredited) 1 episode 2004,
Cleve Gray as Crime Scene Technician (uncredited) 1 episode 2004,
Eli Harris as Lieutenant (uncredited) 1 episode 2004,
Mustafa Harris as Lavell Mann (uncredited) 1 episode 2004,
Sheila Hennessey as TV Reporter (uncredited) 1 episode 2004,
Lorilyn Huckstep as Wealthy Homeowner (uncredited) 1 episode 2004,
Keith Johnson as Desk Sergeant (uncredited) 1 episode 2004,
Nehal Joshi as Baba Jani (uncredited) 1 episode 2004,
Jim Klock as Off. Gillan (uncredited) 1 episode 2004,
Yaphet Kotto as Meeting Man (uncredited) 1 episode 2004,
Collin Leonard as Dennis Harper (uncredited) 1 episode 2004,
Aaron Marcus as State's Attorney (uncredited) 1 episode 2004,
Chris McMullin as Disgruntled Roll Call Sgt. (uncredited) 1 episode 2004,
Kerry Meushaw as TV Reporter - Blue Van (uncredited) 1 episode 2004,
Keith Moyer as Junk Man (uncredited) 1 episode 2004,
Walter Wiz Nichols as Street Guy (uncredited) 1 episode 2004,
Michael Noel as Computer Technician (uncredited) 1 episode 2004,
Manny Oliverez as News Cameraman (uncredited) 1 episode 2004,
Dirk Pratt as Narcotics Detective (uncredited) 1 episode 2004,
Carolyn Rawleigh as Bystander (uncredited) 1 episode 2004,
Ty Robinson as Street Dealer (uncredited) 1 episode 2004,
Adam Michael Rose as Funeral Attendant (uncredited) 1 episode 2004,
Scott Ross as College Student #1 (uncredited) 1 episode 2004,
Justin Ruff as Marlos crew (uncredited) 1 episode 2004,
Jameel Saleem as Parolee (uncredited) 1 episode 2004,
Jay Sefton as Political Analyst (uncredited) 1 episode 2004,
Kenny Shapiro as Prison Guard (uncredited) 1 episode 2004,
Chris Slone as Off. Berman (uncredited) 1 episode 2004,
David Von Roehm as Detective at Base (uncredited) 1 episode 2004,
John Wooten as Off. Terry Garner (uncredited) 1 episode 2004,
Lee Zagari as Juan (uncredited) 1 episode 2004,
Nitin Adsul as Indian Shop Owner (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Tony Bailey as Charles (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Ciera Nicole Butts as Student (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Allyn Camp as Detention Officer (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Carl Clemons as Cheese's Muscle (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
James Cottingham as Detective (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Rob Coughlin as Hearse Driver (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Thomas Joe Craig as Construction Foreman (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Richard Cutting as Uniformed Lieutenant (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Brandi L. Davis as Nancine Nance Owens (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Peter Defeo as Election Official (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Pamela Fischer as Campaign Supporter (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Barney Fitzpatrick as B.D.C. President (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Dan Franko as Off. Ginter (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Maurice Goodman as Shift Lieutenant (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Stephen Graybill as Undercover Cop (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Frank Hansen as Undercover Cop at Precinct (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Robert Lee Hardy as Brother (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Brian James Harris as Undercover Cop (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Bethany Hoffman as Paramedic (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Amsara Holly as Tote's Niece (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Seth Hurwitz as Poker Player (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Courtney Irons as Female Pedestrian (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Chris James as Carcetti's Driver (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Kamal Jones as Older Cop (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Misty Kelley as Teacher (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Big Ben Kennedy as Construction Foreman (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Brandon Larkins as Uniformed Officer (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Traci Law as Teacher (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Hyi Y. Lim as Convenience Store Owner (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
John Lim as ER Doctor (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Carl Low as Undercover #2B (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Susan Lynskey as Lip Reader (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Melissa D. Madison as Lt. Grayson (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
E Marshall as Voter (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Patrick McDade as FOP President (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Mike Monroe as Campaign Staff (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Rob J. Moore as Man at Boxing Match (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Ed Moran as House Detective (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Steven Moreti as City Developer / ... (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Norman Outlaw as Orderly (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Christina Pitrelli as Teacher (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Lenecia Renée Porro as News Journalist (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Rachel Rhodes as Hostess (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Darla Robinson as Democratic Strategist (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Kelly Anne Rohde as Election Poller (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Rodney Roldan as Young Cop (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Jonathon Ruckman as Off. McFarlane (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Tony Ruggieri as Amtrak Police Supervisor (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Usman Sharif as Drug Slinger #2 (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Leo Christopher Sheridan as Bartender (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Tamika Simpkins as Mother (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Corey Sorenson as Young Cop (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Steve Staiger as Property Developer (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Clay Steakley as Asst. Hotel Manager (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Tanesha as Ford (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Maximillan Tapper as Assassin (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Shaunté Usual as Patrice (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Marvina Vinique as Nurse (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Kimelia Weathers as Restaurant Patron (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Yan Xi as Waitress (uncredited) 1 episode 2006,
Tex Allen as Newspaper Copy Editor (uncredited) 1 episode 2008,
Christopher Allison as Drug Dealer #1 (uncredited) 1 episode 2008,
Greg Coale as Reporter (uncredited) 1 episode 2008,
Chris Conlon as Police Officer (uncredited) 1 episode 2008,
Kristine Cornils as Lawyer (uncredited) 1 episode 2008,
Tom Gambrill as Retired Detective (uncredited) 1 episode 2008,
Al Ghanekar as Photo Editor (uncredited) 1 episode 2008,
Ethan Goldsmith as Von (uncredited) 1 episode 2008,
Jim Jones as Man on Street (uncredited) 1 episode 2008,
Glenn Klavans as Homicide Detective (uncredited) 1 episode 2008,
Steve Luxenberg as Sun Staff Member (uncredited) 1 episode 2008,
Ken McNaughton as Bar Patron (uncredited) 1 episode 2008,
Tony Moore as Attorney (uncredited) 1 episode 2008,
Douglas Nelson as Homicide Detective (uncredited) 1 episode 2008,
Stefan Niemczyk as Baltimore Police Officer (uncredited) 1 episode 2008,
Carlyn Paschall as Court House Staff (uncredited) 1 episode 2008,
Gabriel Pearson as Baltimore County Police Liason (uncredited) 1 episode 2008,
Gavin Peretti as Reporter (uncredited) 1 episode 2008,
Devin Rumer as Corpse (uncredited) 1 episode 2008,
Michael James Shaw as Homeless Man (uncredited) 1 episode 2008,
Jefferson Smith as Reporter (uncredited) 1 episode 2008,
Ben Solenberger as Carcetti Detail (uncredited) 1 episode 2008,
Al Sotto as Deli Delivery Boy (uncredited) 1 episode 2008,
Katrinka Stringfield as Homicide Secretary (uncredited) 1 episode 2008,
Juan-Pablo Veizaga as CSI Police Officer (uncredited) 1 episode 2008,
Lace Williams as Homeless Girl (uncredited) 1 episode 2008

Computer Games (FREE)

All Games

Story Space Food is about the adventures of a food supplying spaceship that... This game is currently in the Concept Phase which means it is getting designed... This game is currently in the Development Phase which means it is getting... This game is currently in the Development Phase which means it is getting... This game is currently in the Development Phase which means it is getting... This game is currently in the Development Phase which means it is getting... This game is currently in the Development Phase which means it is getting... This game is currently in the Development Phase which means it is getting... This game is currently in the Development Phase which means it is getting...
 

Try TV Content

Filmtronic is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com