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ER: Season 2 (1995-1996)

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This enthralling series explores the inner workings of a Chicago teaching hospital and the dedicated physicians and medical personnel who staff its overburdened emergency room. Gloria Reuben joins the cast.

Cast

Anthony Edwards
as Mark Greene
George Clooney
as Douglas Ross
Eriq La Salle
as Peter Benton
Sherry Stringfield
as Susan Lewis
Julianna Margulies
as Carol Hathaway
Noah Wyle
as John Carter
Christine Elise
as Harper Tracy
Mary Mara
as Loretta Sweet
Laura Innes
as Kerry Weaver
William H. Macy
as David Morgenstern, Dr. David Morganstern
Ron Rifkin
as Dr. Carl Vucelich
Kathleen Wilhoite
as Chloe Lewis
Red Buttons
as Mr. Rubadoux, Ruby Rubadoux
Gloria Reuben
as Jeanie Boulet
Jake Lloyd
as Jimmy Sweet
CCH Pounder
as Angela Hicks, Dr. Angela Hicks
Emily Wagner
as Pickman
Christine Harnos
as Jenn Greene
Billye Ree Wallace
as Mrs. Rubadoux
Michael Beach
as Al Boulet
Paul Dooley
as Henry, Henry Lewis
Lucy Liu
as Mei-Sun
David Spielberg
as Dr. Neil Bernstein
Piper Laurie
as Sarah, Sarah Ross
Amy Aquino
as Dr. Janet Coburn
Tim De Zarn
as Mr. Krawczyk
Mike Genovese
as Grabarsky
Megan Gallagher
as Kathy Snyder
Andrea Parker
as Linda Farrell
Lindsay Crouse
as Anna, Dr. Anna Castigliano
Yvonne Zima
as Rachel Greene
Ann Shea
as Day Car Worker
Steven Anderson
as Surgical Resident
Dennis Burkley
as Perry, Tom Perry
Valerie Perrine
as Cookie Lewis
Austin O'Brien
as Kyle, Kyle Kazlaw
Peter Gregory
as Mr. Phillips
Jennifer Rhodes
as Mrs. Henry
Erik von Detten
as Ben Larkin
Suzanne Carney
as Scrub Nurse
Robert Picardo
as Abraham Zimble, Zimble
John Apicella
as Etheridge
Jesse Littlejohn
as Noah Krawczyk
Ving Rhames
as Walt, Walt Robbins
Nia Long
as Christy
Michael Cudlitz
as Injured Fireman
Jessica Steen
as Hardy, Karen Hardey
Penny Fuller
as Manic Woman, Mrs. Constantine
Ashlee Lauren
as Annie Sweet
Bibi Besch
as Ethel Garvey
Eyde Byrde
as Proulx
John Finnegan
as Ed, Mitchell
Luis Avalos
as Clinic Boss, Taggart
Eileen Ryan
as Barbara
David Packer
as Ledbetter, Mr. Ledbetter
Phil Leeds
as Husband, Sumski
Chase Masterson
as Mrs. Phillips
Linda Lutz
as Saunders
Tony Perez
as Mendoza, Mr. Mendoza
Gregory Itzin
as Burn Doctor, Curtis
Bruce Nozick
as Craig Simon
Joe Costanza
as Mitchell
Pierre Epstein
as Dr. Bradley
Ellen Albertini Dow
as Mrs. Ribley, Riblet
Josette di Carlo
as Mrs. D'Angelo
John Verea
as Ernain
Judith Malina
as "June Allyson"
Matthew Glave
as Dale Edson
Tony Plana
as Priest
William Lucking
as Kenny Brannigan
Micole Mercurio
as Marguerite Janeway
Carol Ann Susi
as Pregnant Abductee, Sadie
Taylor Young
as Dr. Jane Pratt
Robert Cicchini
as McFarland
Bradley Whitford
as Sean O'Brien
Edye Byrde
as Proulx
Kevin Duran
as 8-Year-Old Boy
Lynn Milgrim
as Ms. Crandall
Richard Penn
as Dave Donovan
Lisa Dinkins
as Musgrave
J.D.
as Mike
Mariangela Pino
as Mr. Delanova's Daughter
Charles Cyphers
as Injured Civil War Re-enactor, Richter
Bill Cobbs
as Mr. Bowman
Tom Bailey
as Larkowski
Romy Rosemont
as Joanne Barris
Adam Goldberg
as Josh Shern
Deezer D
as Malik
Thom Mathews
as Michael Mazovick
Chad McKnight
as Off. Wilson
Al Ruscio
as Mr. Delanova
Adriano González
as Father Ruiz Anchia
John Walcutt
as Cancer Specialist
J. Madison Wright
as Molly Phillips
Scott Jaeck
as Dr. Steve Flint
Tony Longo
as Mitchell
Mary Pat Gleason
as Anne Parks
Steven Gilborn
as Dr. Randall
Zachary A. Charles
as Joey Larkin
Michael Ralph
as Mr. Alexander
Ivory Ocean
as Preston
John Cassini
as Zamboni Driver
Ja'Net DuBois
as Macy Chamberlain
Robert Silveri
as Dr. Martin Adelstein
Al Fann
as Mr. Chamberlain
Richard Schiff
as Mr. Bartoli
Reg E. Cathey
as David Haskell
Megan Cole
as Pathologist
Dylan Haggerty
as Coach Yazerski
Karen Ludwig
as Madeline Shern
Dylan Haggerty (II)
as Coach Yazerski
Steve Anderson (V)
as Surgical Resident
Nike Doukas
as Mrs. O'Connor
Mary McCaan
as Mrs. Ramsey
Carmen Cenko
as Ismania
Cedrick Terrell
as Phil Wilson
Kyle Gibson
as Danny Huggins
Sean Murray
as Bret Maddux
Carlos Carrasco
as Dominican Uncle
Elda M. Lopez
as Mrs. Rodriguez
Carole Goldman
as Bartender
Robert Kerbeck
as J.B. Shanley
Lorna Scott
as Stan's Wife
Colin Martin
as Jimmy's Brother
Billy Mayo
as Sheriff
Kurt Naebig
as Paramedic
Aleta Braxton
as Choralier #5
Terry Hoyos
as Mrs. Corvalan
Scott Williamson
as Dr. Howard
Lauro Lopez
as Snow Cone Man
Joanie Fox
as Waitress #1
Valeri Ross
as McGillis
George Lugg
as Bellman
Nick LaTour
as Old Man
Rex Ryon
as Eugene
Felicity LaFortune
as Annette Lucas
Mario Tanzi
as Security Guard
Christopher Gambel
as Recovery Nurse/Choralier #1
Howard George
as Mr. Kuzner
François Chau
as Neuro Resident
Patricia Belcher
as Ward Nurse
Mari Gorman
as Karlsen
Terrence O'Connor
as Mrs. Robinson
Warner Saunders
as News Anchor
Carol Kiernan
as Desk Clerk
Maria C. Hurtado
as Pregnant Woman
Elke Larson
as Jessica
Michael Geiger
as Choralier #2
Fred Pinkard
as Mr. Stubey
Kyle Larson
as Jessica
Lorna Raver
as Dr. Anne Adelstein
Dora Hiller
as Sammy Steiner
Jim Mapp
as Mr. Buchanan
Radmar Jao
as OB Nurse
James Keane
as Workman
Raymond D. Turner
as Security Guard
Bernard Hiller
as Ari Steiner
Kim Delgado
as Taxi Driver
Amy Mayer
as Mrs. Taylor
Paul Ehrmann
as Patient
Brad Koepenick
as Hopkins Candidate
Mark del Castillo Morante
as Hispanic Screamer
Marc Odets
as Surgical Resident
Duke Moosekian
as Detective
Ann Weldon
as Grandma
Vien Hong
as Young Banger
Tony Winters
as Hotel Staffer
Lawrence Mandley
as Maintenance Man
Greta Sesheta
as Mrs. Bassett
Maggie Palomo
as Mrs. Mendoza
Binh Nguyen
as Wiseman
Peggy Roeder
as Ruth Huggins
Joseph D. Reitman
as Delivery Man
Paul Nakauchi
as Harvard Candidate
Bobbi Page
as Choralier #4
John Lisbon Wood
as Homeless Man
Patty Toy
as Dr. Leung
Julius Tennon
as Uniform Cop
Ronne Troup
as Mrs. Anderson
Ria Pavia
as Stanford Candidate
Noah Verduzco
as Gang Kid at Bus
Gordon Reinhart
as Hotel Desk Clerk
Eddie Mui
as Old Banger
Julio Dolce Vita
as Gang Shooter
Rafer Weigel
as Reimplant Resident
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Critic Reviews for ER: Season 2

All Critics (5) | Top Critics (3)

The action-tracking format of NBC's "ER" injected the medical-show format with a compelling energy it never had had before, overcoming predictable plots and thin, if likeable, characters.

November 28, 2017 | Full Review…

Few shows had the guts to portray doctors as falliable, stupid and petty at times, indifferent or unable to connect to patients and some times ill-tempered.

November 28, 2017 | Rating: 10/10 | Full Review…

It took the arrival of the exceptionally cranky, annoyingly whiny, stodgily by-the-book, apparently humorless new chief resident, Dr. Kerry Weaver (Laura Innes), to reveal fully the strengths of ER.

November 28, 2017 | Rating: A- | Full Review…

... you can actually pinpoint the exact second George Clooney became a star.

November 28, 2017 | Rating: 5/5 | Full Review…

As we have seen innumerable times since, Clooney was up to the challenge, ditching his gala event, and refusing to give up on the trapped boy, because he's a doctor, dammit, and committed to trying to save a life, no matter the odds.

November 28, 2017 | Full Review…
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