Dark Angel (2000 - 2002)


Dark Angel

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Series Info

James Cameron produced this hip, visually arresting tale of a genetically designed teen fatale who escapes from a shadowy breeding lab and trolls the ravaged near-future for others like herself. The show was slick and the cast attractive, but there was an underlying dread to Cameron's stylized vision of technology run amok and that may help explain its short life.

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2001, FOX, 21 episodes

65%
Critics Consensus: Jessica Alba does a solid job as a post-apocalyptic heroine in Dark Angel, a sleek - if somewhat predictable -- cyberpunk show.

2000, FOX, 21 episodes

Cast

Jessica Alba
as Max Guevara/X-452
Michael Weatherly
as Logan Cale/Eyes Only
Alimi Ballard
as Herbal Thought
Valarie Rae Miller
as Original Cindy
Richard Gunn
as Calvin Simon `Sketchy' Theodore
J.C. MacKenzie
as Reagan `Normal' Ronald
Jennifer Blanc
as Kendra Maibaum
John Savage
as Donald Michael Lydecker
Jade C. Bell
as Sebastian
Rekha Sharma
as Dr. Beverly Shankar
Ashley Scott
as Asha Barlow
Gabrielle Rose
as Mrs. Moorehead
Brian Markinson
as Dr. Sam Carr
Martin Cummins
as Ames White
Stephen Lee
as Dan Vogelsang
Fulvio Cecere
as Peter Richard Sandoval
Nana Visitor
as Director Renfro/Madame X
Byron Mann
as Det. Matt Sung
Eileen Pedde
as Hannah Sukova
Robert Gossett
as Col. James McGinnis
Malcolm Stewart
as Director Paul Simms
Mark Lukyn
as Lieutenant
Kris Pope
as Rafer
Michasha Armstrong
as Bodyguard 1
Emily Holmes
as Saleswoman
Gary Chalk
as Lt. Walter Eastep
Kandyse McClure
as Annie Fisher
Rob Freeman
as Lieutenant
Daniel Bacon
as Technician
Paul Perri
as Senator McKinley
Rob LaBelle
as Manticore Doctor
Mike Mitchell
as Guard #1
Mike Mitchell
as Guard #1
Bobby Stewart
as Checkpoint Cop #1
Glenn Ennis
as Tac Officer 3
Colin Lawrence
as Tac Officer 2
Alex Zahara
as Johannessen
Ewan Stewart
as Anchorman
Mark Gibson
as Red Six
John Mann
as British Eddy
Dagmar Midcap
as Newscaster
Tara Fynn
as Emily Gilan
Josh Byer
as Gate Soldier
Robert Lewis
as Dochnovich
Ian Marsh
as Drill Sergeant
Bethoe Shirkoff
as Mrs. Moreno
John David Coles
as Forensics Cleaner
Brayden Bullen
as Ray White
Taras Kostyuk
as Red Seven
Kyle Alisharan
as Operative
Rob deLeeuw
as Supervisor
Nan Visitor
as Madame X
Tangelia Rouse
as Diamond Latrell
Simon Burnett
as Purebred
Brian Drummond
as Special Ops #2
Dominika Wolski
as Priestess
Emy Aneke
as Watch Captain
Dexter Bell
as Snuffy Wills
Frankie Jay Allison
as Sam "Shakes"
Harsh Nayyar
as Sivapathasindaram
Rick Worthy
as Clemente
Brenda James
as Valerie
Master P
as Duvalier
Thomas deSchutter
as Pierpont Lemkin
Scott Bellis
as Delbert
Nancy Sivak
as Mary Jo
Oscar Goncalves
as Sector Cop 1
John Callander
as Motel Clerk
Kyley Statham
as Young Jondy
Tyler Labine
as Messenger #2
Norman Armour
as Sleazy Clerk
Winston Brown
as Bartender
Ron Blecker
as TAC Leader
Ronald Selmour
as Brig Guard #1
Alex Carter
as Sidney Croal
Rainn Wilson
as The Street Sweeper
Ralph Alderman
as Impound Clerk
Michael Kopsa
as Robert Berrisford
Enuka Okuma
as Dr. Harrington
Stanley Kamel
as Edgar Sonrisa
Ryan Robbins
as Arnie Haas
Bob Wilde
as Silhouetted Figure
Francoise Yip
as Mercy Chang
John Gossett
as McGinnis
Meghan Ory
as Rachel Berrisford
Sarah Strange
as Nurse Betty
Michael Benyaer
as Onion Runyan
John Cassini
as Blond Cop
Mack 10
as Tacoma Bleed
Robert Floyd
as Father Destry
Janet Wright
as Annie the Announcer
Robert Carter
as Bald Transgenic
Christine Chatelain
as Max's Young Mother
Paul Popowich
as Darren McKennon
Kendall Saunders
as Brittannica
Jenn Forgie
as Clerk at Coroner's Office
Kevin McNulty
as Gilbert Neal
Brendan Beiser
as Blue Collar Husband
Noah Beggs
as Det. Krakow
Brad Loree
as Young Soldier
Darrell Izeard
as Bodyguard
Yee Jee Tso
as Lanky Messenger
Jane Sowerby
as Blue Collar Wife
Kett Turton
as Jonathan
Susan Hogan
as Aunt Margo
R. Emery Bright
as Zakes Kani
John Juliani
as Boss Sparacino
Dion Luther
as Reporter
Louis Chirillo
as Bobby No Neck
Douglas O'Keefe
as Bruno Anselmo
Joey Aresco
as Capt. Dale Swanstrom
Sean Campbell
as Special Ops #1
Paul Jamieson
as Overcoat Man
Micah Gardener
as Simon Lehane
Michelle Goh
as Michiko
Mike Weinberg
as Jude Thatcher
Odessa Munroe
as Ling Ling
Steve Bacic
as Soldier #2
Alex Farquharson
as Boy at Gas Lineup
John Hainsworth
as Skinny Homeless Guy
Lita
as Thula
Sarah-Jane Redmond
as Lauren Braganza
Keir MacPherson
as Concierge
Ben Cotton
as Biker at Gas Lineup
Glen Gould
as Prisoner
Suleka Mathew
as News Reporter
Dean Aylesworth
as Gas Station Attendant
Kimani Ray Smith
as Bearded Homeless Guy
Shawn Reis
as Red Eight
Ryan Nelson
as Young Cop
Rob Court
as Tech #1
Colin Cunningham
as Transhuman (DAC)
Lee Jay Bamberry
as Ringmaster
Rick Tae
as Proprietor
Todd Talbot
as Paramedic
James Tsai
as Neighbor
Thomas Hunt
as D'Nardis
Bridget O'Sullivan
as Matronly Woman
James Bayliss
as Manticore Janitor
Alana Husband
as Female X6
Mark Burgess
as Rev. Caldwell
Brittany Moldowan
as Language Student #2
Alison Matthews
as Female Newscaster
Sadie Lawrence
as Young Widow
Shannon Powell
as Female Terrorist
Jana Ritter
as Asha Lookalike
Simon Longmore
as Arcade Cop
David Haysom
as Checkpoint Cop
Alex Green
as Security Guard
D. Neil Mark
as Checkpoint Cop #2
Lance Gibson
as Half Dead
Justin Sain
as Pond Man
Christopher Attadia
as Language Student #3
John Sampson
as Thug #1
Patrick Gallagher
as Hispanic Cop
Carolyn Tweedle
as Cat Woman
Zen Shane Lim
as Young Chinese
Brad Mooney
as Pitcher
Jaron Albertin
as Logan Lookalike
Paul Moniz de Sa
as Uniformed Cop
Grace Park
as Female Breeding X5
Wren Roberts
as Terrorist #1
Marcus Sim
as Teenager #1
Jim Shield
as Bronck Goon
David Abbott
as Minister
Peter New
as Janitor
Angelika Baran
as Pretty Redhead
Lori Stewar
as Phalanx Warrior
Kent O'Connor
as Stuggling Child
Colin Foo
as Proprietor
Chris Duggan
as Brig Guard #2
Alex Rae
as Shop Clerk
Bruce Pinard
as Guard #3
Martin Budney
as Tracking Van Tech
Raugi Yu
as Ticket Taker
Tiffany Knight
as TV Commercial
Nicole G. Leier
as Phone Girl #1
French Tickner
as Father McAllister
Kevin Conway
as Operative at Warehouse
Laara Sadiq
as Attending Nurse
Stephen Spender
as Security Guard
Jasmin Dring
as Proprietor's Wife
Donald Fong
as Dead Chinese
Darren Choo
as SWAT Guy
Chris Gestrin
as Jazz Musician #1
Laara Ong
as Dead Chinese
Angela Moore
as Female Beat Cop
Greg Kean
as Male Doctor
Stephen Aberle
as Prof. Long
Rob Bruner
as Angelo Biondella
Judith Maxie
as Jeanne Breitel
Ari Solomon
as Sector Cop
Christine Gordon
as Phalanx Warrior
Veena Sood
as Female Doctor
Guyle Frazier
as Technican
Adam Henderson
as Manticore Doctor
Angelo Renai
as Orderly
Tom Foster
as Jazz Musician #3
Dennis Kelli
as Marshal Lionel Parsons
Michael-Ann Connor
as Woman at Boarding House
Missy Peregrym
as Hottie Blood
Taayla Markell
as Mercy Chang
Donny Lucas
as Paramedic
Paul Becker
as Male X5
Michael Eklund
as Off. Miller
Reese McBeth
as Young Man from Cell
J.J. Johnston
as T-Shirt Vendor
Robert Seckler
as Break's Guard
Scott Bishop
as Security Guard #1
Bishop Leonard Scott
as Security Guard #1
Robert Smith (XIV)
as Pinstriped Suit Man
Darryl Scheelar
as Sector Cop
Leanne Adachi
as Computer Tech
Dallas Blake
as Military Tech
Peter Kent
as Peter Ashley
Gardiner Millar
as Man on the Street
Jim Dunn
as Intruder
Kate Luyben
as Blonde at Party
Lina Teal
as Redhead at Party
Steve Makaj
as Lead Thug
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Series Details

TV Network: FOX
Premiere Date: Oct 3, 2000
Genre: Science Fiction & Fantasy
Executive Producers: Charles Eglee, James Cameron
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