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Damages (2007 - 2012)

Damages (2007 - 2012)

AVERAGE TOMATOMETER

96%
92%

AVERAGE AUDIENCE SCORE

93%

Critic Consensus: No consensus yet.

Series Info

A legal thriller centering on a take-no-prisoners Manhattan litigator who specializes in corporate-malfeasance cases.

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Seasons

100%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

2012, FX, 10 episodes

100%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

2011, FX, 10 episodes

100%
Critics Consensus: This season of Damages grows even more masterful with dazzling performances all around, first-rate writing and savory storylines.

2010, FX, 13 episodes

93%
Critics Consensus: Thrilling and captivating, Damages is the epitome of a well-made melodramatic crime thriller, with addictive storylines and an enthralling performance by Glenn Close.

2009, FX, 13 episodes

88%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

2007, FX, 13 episodes

Cast

Glenn Close
as Patty Hewes
Rose Byrne
as Ellen Parsons
Tate Donovan
as Tom Shayes
Ted Danson
as Arthur Frobisher
Zeljko Ivanek
as Ray Fiske
Anastasia Griffith
as Katie Connor
Noah Bean
as David Connor
Philip Bosco
as Hollis Nye
Michael Nouri
as Phil Grey
Peter Facinelli
as Gregory Malina
William Hurt
as Daniel Purcell
Timothy Olyphant
as Wes Krulik
Marcia Gay Harden
as Claire Maddox
Zachary Booth
as Michael Hewes
Glenn Kessler
as L.J. Werner
Mario Van Peebles
as Randall Harrison
Tom Aldredge
as Uncle Pete
David Costabile
as Rick Messer
Maya Days
as Rosario Ortiz
Carmen Goodine
as Lila DiMeo
Peter Riegert
as George Moore
Brett Cullen
as Wayne Sutry
John Doman
as Walter Kendrick
Paige Turco
as Christine Purcell
Darrell Hammond
as The Deacon
Clarke Peters
as Dave Pell
Tom Noonan
as Det. Vic Huntley
Campbell Scott
as Joe Tobin
Martin Short
as Leonard Winstone
Lily Tomlin
as Marilyn Tobin
Len Cariou
as Louis Tobin
Keith Carradine
as Julian Decker
Michael Laurence
as Homeless Man
Ben Shenkman
as Curtis Gates
John Goodman
as Howard T. Erickson
Chris Messina
as Chris Sanchez
Dylan Baker
as Jerry Boorman
Derek Webster
as Anthony Carter
Judd Hirsch
as Bill Herndon
Fisher Stevens
as Therapist
Bailey Chase
as Sean Everett
Griffin Dunne
as Dean Gullickson
Aref Farraj III
as Young Middle Eastern Boy
Ebon Moss-Bachrach
as Nick Salenger
Dominic Chianese
as Stuart Zedeck
Debra Monk
as Ellen's Mother
David Pittu
as Jack Shaw
Mädchen Amick
as Danielle Marchetti
Michael Gaston
as Roger Kastle
Kiley Liddell
as Catherine Hewes
Tara Summers
as Alex Benjamin
Vanessa Ray
as Tessa Marchetti
Matthew Davis
as Josh Reston
Glenn Fleshler
as Det. Milton Trammell
Li Jun Li
as Maggie Huan
Darren Goldstein
as Chris Sharp
Casey Siemaszko
as Det. Dan Williams
Jennifer Roszell
as Deb Shayes
Craig Bierko
as Terry Brooke
Seth Barrish
as Robert Owen
Ana Reeder
as Carol Tobin
Wendy Moniz
as Jill Burnham
Scott Johnsen
as High Star Contractor
Sarah Wynter
as Security Contractor
Reiko Aylesworth
as Rachel Tobin
Miriam Shor
as Carrie Parsons
Paul Carafotes
as Man in Overcoat
Novella Nelson
as Older Female Victim
Meredith Salenger
as Jessica Lowry
Bill Raymond
as Albert Wiggins
Jack Gwaltney
as Thomas Lowry
Michael Pemberton
as Intimidating Man
Bruce Altman
as Jim Girotto
William Raymond
as Albert Wiggins
Rochelle Bostrom
as Attractive Woman
Stephen McGahan
as Erickson Son (Age 6)
Donnie Keshawarz
as Andrew Vida
Julie Ann Emery
as Tara Conway
Drew Beasley
as Erickson Son (Age 9)
Adriane Lenox
as Angel Auroro
Ato Essandoh
as Bomb Tech
Peter Fernandez
as Judge J.T. Reilly
Todd A. Kessler
as Perry the Doorman
Brandon Thane Wilson
as Erickson Son (Age 16)
Larry Keith
as Dr. Karl Brandt
Peter Jay Fernandez
as Judge J.T. Reilly
Mili Avital
as Anna Mercado
Marlyne Afflack
as Felicia Marquand
Marlyne N. Afflack
as Felicia Marquand
Marlyne Barrett
as Felicia Marquand
Julie Claire
as Gail Stormer
J. Tucker Smith
as Rick Renfro
Jesse Dean Montana
as Erickson Son (Age 13)
Elliot Korte
as Owen Frobisher
Julie White
as Rep. Chase
Wallace Shawn
as Sterling Biddle
Ted Neustadt
as Judge Pawlowski
Gordon Clapp
as Gary Parsons
Delaney Moro
as Erica Purcell
Joanna Rhinehart
as Susan Marsden
John Hannah
as Rutger Simon
Benton Greene
as Trainee No. 2
Peter McRobbie
as Judge Toomey
Mackenzie Connolly
as Megan Shayes
Michael Chernus
as Bar Owner(Kevin)
Kevin Corrigan
as Finn Garrity
Michael Crane
as Alain Coupet
John Cullum
as Ed O'Malley
Jordan Lage
as Trent Prowse
Ewa Da Cruz
as Prostitute
Tara Lynn Wagner
as Field Reporter
Frank Pando
as John Rosetti
Janet McTeer
as Kate Franklin
Victor Arnold
as Larry Popler
Souleymane Sy Savane
as Ibrihim Nwosu
George Morfogen
as Arthur Fink
Natalie Knepp
as Tanya Greenblatt
Ami Brabson
as Grief Counselor
Lynn Cohen
as Stefania McKee
Leif Riddell
as Jay Rayburn
Kevin O'Rourke
as Special Agent in Charge Don Mcgraff
Laila Robins
as Catherine's Doctor
Dana Brooke
as Receptionist
Mark Tallman
as Robert Franks
John Ducey
as Banker
Damian Young
as Well-Dressed Man
Eli Danker
as Zafar Marwat
Robert Stanton
as Pastor Yates
Sarah Wilson
as Holly Mancini
John Hillner
as Max Manelski
James Naughton
as Sam Arsenault
Mark La Mura
as Mitch McCullen
Jeffrey Omura
as Henry Thain
Rajesh Bose
as Salam Fazel
Josh Pais
as George Berber
David Aaron Baker
as Eric Nichols
Sharon Washington
as Monique Bryant
Harris Yulin
as James Maddox
Kathryn Meisle
as Mallory Fiske
Elliot B. Korte
as Owen Frobisher
Philip Hernandez
as Dr. Raul Barrera
Madison Arnold
as Vincent DiMeo
Murray Bartlett
as Seth Sloan
Fawad Siddiqui
as Shahbaz Gul
Brooke Liddell
as Catherine Hewes
Erin Quill
as Female Victim
Elizabeth Hobgood
as Lonnie Samble
André Holland
as Bank Manager
Sevan Greene
as Cashier
Robert Sedgwick
as Donnie Rhyme
Kahan James
as Mikey O'Shea
Henry Strozier
as Judge R.D. Oliver
Joseph Kessler
as Angry Employee
Maddie Corman
as Janine Thurber
John Cunningham
as Senior Law Partner
Azhar Khan
as Reza Asgari
Danny Boushebel
as Cart Vendor
Jay O. Sanders
as Security Executive
Melinda Wade
as Law Partner
Douglas Taurel
as Huntley's Man
Naeem Uz-Zaman
as Prayer Leader
Eisa Davis
as Carla Stenson
Daryl Edwards
as Mediator
Joey Mintz
as Drug Dealer
Marissa Matrone
as Chief Technician
Víctor Cruz
as Police Officer
Lewis J. Stadlen
as Dr. Maurice Samuels
Adrian Bethea
as Man in Suit
Curtis L. McClarin
as Shady-Looking Man
Leslie Ayvazian
as Anne Connel
Curtis McClarin
as Shady-Looking Man
R.J. Foster
as Police Officer
Remy Selma
as Older Afghan Man
Noel Joseph Allain
as Executive Assistant
Todd Davis
as Detective
Rebecca Schull
as Virginia Fink
Dennis Lowell
as FBI Agent
Lou Martini Jr.
as Clyde Simmons
Kohler McKenzie
as Guy in Hoodie
Vanessa Elese
as Prostitute
Jordan Gelber
as Ted Fratto
Eric Saiet
as Technician
Mando Alvarado
as Security Guard
Gilbert Cruz
as Proprietor
Petronia Paley
as Board Member
Maryann Plunkett
as Administrator
Anney Giobbe
as Uniformed Officer
Kelly Ripa
as Herself
Eric Yellin
as Mailman
Anitha Gandhi
as Secretary
Neal Huff
as Actor
Michael Devine
as NYPD Officer
Adam Stein
as Car Seller
Adam Dannheisser
as Antiguan Assassin
Jimmy Palumbo
as Guard No. 2
Wayne Rhatigan
as Mounted Policeman
John Rothman
as Earl Jacoby
Elzbieta Czyzewska
as Surly Russian Woman
Marina Squerciati
as Young Anne Connel
Tom Gilroy
as Director
El?bieta Czy?ewska
as Surly Russian Woman
Rick Younger
as Policeman
Gustave Johnson
as Police Detective
Francie Swift
as Holly Frobisher
Bo Gorman
as Trainee No. 1
Liz Holtan
as Young Patty
Laurie Dhue
as Interviewer
Steven Gilborn
as Amos Derringer
David Wechsler
as Dave Wechsler
Harry Sutton Jr.
as School Parent
Donal Logue
as Tom's Friend
Ptolemy Slocum
as Ellen's Assistant
Catia Ojeda
as Protester
Kristin Lehman
as Susan Keever
Bill Dawes
as Kevin Walker
Felix Solis
as Rudy Vasquez
Curtis Sliwa
as Himself
David Wike
as Man in Suit
Casey Groves
as Young Uncle Pete
Sarah Shahi
as Jennifer Carillo
Timothy Hampton
as Deputy Sheriff
Charlie Semine
as Boyfriend
Tara Westwood
as Art Dealer
Frank Morano
as Himself
Nina Hellman
as Liza Ewing
Cole Hauser
as Jack Shale
Lisa Emery
as Laura Watkins
David Dellinger
as Hugh Little
Reade Kelly
as Carl Lambert
Brennan Brown
as Arthur Phillips
Tim Miller
as Board Member
Brian O'Neill
as Lester Donohue
Adam Rothenberg
as Evan Wexler
Stephen Schnetzer
as ADA Carl Deevers
Barbara Andres
as Mildred Popler
Marla Sucharetza
as Lacey Kendrick
Ethan Herschenfeld
as Eliot Tolken
Katelyn Rapp
as Young Patty
Sadie Entwistle
as Susan Aston
Alexandra Daddario
as Lily Arsenault
Ty Burrell
as Douglas Schiff
Mark Waters
as Seth Gilliam
Nestor Serrano
as John Petroni
Guiesseppe Jones
as Desk Sergeant
Dennis Ryan
as Businessman
Lawrence Jansen
as Timmy McAdams
David Little
as Judge Graham
Robert Stoeckle
as Investment Banker
Steve Belanger
as Businessman
Debra Lass
as Secretary
Emma Meyerson
as Allison Kendrick
Jarret Levine
as Rob Baker
Linda Powell
as Receptionist
Jeff Binder
as Patrick
Kate Jennings Grant
as Cynthia Shayes
Robin Thomas
as Martin Cutler
Andre Blake
as Grieving Father
Guisseppe Jones
as Uniformed Cop
Jack Gilpin
as Headmaster
Andrea Navedo
as Gabriella
Michael Stuhlbarg
as Dr. Herschenfeld
Robert Salerno
as William Kendrick
Mark Zimmerman
as ER Doctor
Réal Andrews
as Agent Kelly
Hettienne Park
as Associate
Richard Topol
as Prosecutor
Saundra Santiago
as Karen Gonzales
Neal Matarazzo
as Agent Wong
Stephen Beach
as Security Guard
Natalie Venetia Belcon
as HR Representative
Paul Anthony Stewart
as Undercover Customer
Marc Aden Gray
as Baseball Cap Man
Jennifer Missoni
as Attractive Woman
Billy Warlock
as Undercover Customer
Carla Occhiogrosso
as Patty's Assistant
John Cenatiempo
as Thug No. 1
Michael Angelo
as Thug No. 2
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Series Details

TV Network: FX
Premiere Date: Jul 24, 2007
Executive Producers: Glenn Kessler, Todd A. Kessler, Daniel Zelman, Jessie Vogelson
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