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ER: Season 3 (1996-1997)

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In the emergency room of County General Hospital the difference between life and death rests on the split-second decisions of its dedicated physicians and medical personnel.

Cast

Anthony Edwards
as Mark Greene
George Clooney
as Douglas Ross
Eriq La Salle
as Peter Benton
Julianna Margulies
as Carol Hathaway
Noah Wyle
as John Carter
Sherry Stringfield
as Susan Lewis
Jorja Fox
as Dr. Maggie Doyle
John Aylward
as Donald Anspaugh
Lisa Nicole Carson
as Carla Reese
Gloria Reuben
as Jeanie Boulet
Laura Innes
as Kerry Weaver
Omar Epps
as Dr. Dennis Gant, Gant
Harry Lennix
as Dr. Greg Fischer
Glenne Headly
as Dr. Abby Keaton, Keaton
Emily Wagner
as Pickman
Michael Beach
as Al, Al Boulet
Jami Gertz
as Dr. Nina Pomerantz
Deborah May
as Mary Cain
CCH Pounder
as Dr. Angela Hicks
Yvonne Zima
as Rachel Greene
Amy Aquino
as Dr. Janet Coburn
Dinah Lenney
as Shirley
Maria Bello
as Del Amico
Dwier Brown
as Herlihy
Rose Gregorio
as Helen Hathaway
Chris Edwards
as William Litman
Clea DuVall
as Katie Reed
William H. Macy
as Dr. David Morganstern
Christine Harnos
as Jennifer Greene
Ted Rooney
as Dr. Tabash
Lucy Rodriguez
as Nurse Bjerke
Veronica Cartwright
as Mrs. Houston, Norma
Jenny O'Hara
as Nurse, Nurse Rhonda Sterling
Chad Lindberg
as Jad Houston
William Sanderson
as Mr. Percy, Percy
Ruth Maleczech
as Marita Novotny
Joe Torry
as Chris Law
Steve Vinovich
as Wayne Lentloff
Eric Christmas
as Heath, Mr. Heath
Katie Reed
as Clea DuVall
Mena Suvari
as Laura-Lee, Laura-Lee Armitage
Sab Shimono
as Dr. Okido, Okida
Jan Rubes
as Mr. Duzak
Marlene Warfield
as Babs, Babs Shembert
Chad Cox
as Smith
Wallace Langham
as Dr. Melvoin
Matt Landers
as Travels
Gabriel Mann
as Carl, Carl Twomey
Kathleen Freeman
as Enid, Rhonda's Patient
Anne-Marie Johnson
as Sandra, Sickle-Cell Woman
Mary Anne McGarry
as Alice Wakely
Jane Daly
as Armitage
Kelly Perine
as Collins
Shashawnee Hall
as Det. Ford
Igbal Theba
as Dr. Zagerby
Elias D. Coe
as Russell
Lawrence Tierney
as Johnson, Mr. Johnson
Richard Zobel
as Gearhart
Mary McDonough
as Jean, Jean Twomey
Raye Birke
as Hartley
Jack Blessing
as Roger Drummond
Matthew Carey
as Teenage Boy
Tom Towles
as Rawner, Teenage Boy's Father
Nan Martin
as Elva, Mrs. Curwane
John Diehl
as Johnson's Son
John Rubenstein
as Dr. Kenner
Isabella Hofmann
as AIDS Clinic Doctor
Isabella Hoffman
as AIDS Clinic Doctor
Lisa Darr
as Ross's Date
Ewan McGregor
as Duncan Stewart
John Cothran Jr.
as Dennis Gant Sr.
Gloria Le Roy
as Mrs. Lang
William Schallert
as Mitchell Jennings
Sam Anderson
as Dr. Jack Kayson
Stanley Kamel
as Dr. "Fin" Leosch
Kevin Tighe
as Cop, Sgt. Mattimore
Cynthia Martells
as Andrea Thompson
Erica Gimpel
as Adele Newman
Gia Carides
as Suzanne Alner
Cynthia Lamontagne
as Paula McKenzie
Raye Birk
as Mr. Hartley
Eammon Roche
as Mr. Lang
Marnie McPhail
as ICU Nurse Lisa Sailor
Sara Rue
as Gonorrhea Girl
Mike Genovese
as Off. Al Grabarsky
Tia Texada
as Gloria
Fredric Lehne
as Bum's Friend
Richard Fancy
as Mr. Thomas
Anna Berger
as Caregiver
John A. Bradley
as Greg Munder
Clare Wren
as Mrs. Chimenga
Bruce Wright
as George Dunleavy
Bill Marcus
as Mr. Biggers
Tim Bagley
as Archie Papion
Julie Hagerty
as Brenda Wilkerson
Fran Bennett
as Phyllis
Gina Gallego
as Instructor
Richard Cotovsky
as Homeless Man
James Hatch
as Mr. Cliffe
Harry Shearer
as John Smythe
Jonelle Kennedy
as Judy Munder
Tim Silardo
as Off. Pino
Buck Kartalian
as Lloyd Frick
Victor Raider-Wexler
as Vascular Doctor
Mary Cadorette
as Carla Kramer
Louise Latham
as Mrs. Cupertino
Ralph Meyering Jr.
as Ford's Partner
Dawn McMillan
as Samantha Ewing
Martin Grey
as Wilburne
Marianne Muellerleile
as Mrs. Jonowski
Dino Aiello
as Orderly
Don Perry
as Dr. Stan Breedlove
Nancy Linari
as Elizabeth Puro
Josie Kim
as Nurse Hodges
James Krag
as Dumary
Irene Cho
as Jung Koo
Clement Blake
as Homeless Man
Corbin Bleu
as Little Boy
Sandra Kinder
as Secretary
Gerry Del Sol
as Security Officer
Gary Leroi Gray
as Mummy Boy
Vera Lockwood
as Mrs. McCourt
Henry DiGiovanni
as Delivery Man
Barry Cutler
as McCallum
Robert Lopez Mont
as Animal Control Cop
Wiley M. Pickett
as Impaled Man
Kayla Henry
as Butterfly
Charmin Lee
as Hostess
Claudette Roche
as Mrs. Morrison
Sonsee Ahray
as Bridget
Pat Cochran
as Dr. Kramer
Thomas Scott
as Swordboy #1
Cory Buck
as Tommy
Warner Saunders
as TV Reporter
Denise Johnson
as Emma Pomerantz
Jim O'Heir
as McKenna
Aishah Jennett
as Witch Girl
Meg Thalken
as McManus
Seth Adkins
as Benny Miles
Joseph Culp
as Roger Alner
Luck Hari
as OB Nurse
Caroline Williams
as Scrub Nurse
Diane Delano
as Delores
Steven Scott
as Swordboy #2
Cynthia Avila
as Psych Clerk
Kevin McDermott
as Gunderson
Patricia Place
as Mrs. Romero
Courtney Miller
as Baseball Girl
Erica Hubbard
as Girl on El
Kaleb Dixon
as Hockey Player
Marisol Lucia
as Mrs. Hilderbrand
Brandis Kemp
as Temp Nurse #1
Jamaal Carter
as Teenager
Bridget Hoffman
as Mrs. Bradley
Leslie Rivers
as Mrs. Meeks
David Kirkwood
as Mr. Reynolds
Louise C. Brown
as Louise Cupertino
Clarinda Ross
as Mrs. Martinez
Valeria Ghiran
as Romanian Mom
Tony Maggio
as Tom Clayton
Te-See Bender
as Mrs. Urbanski
Alan Schack
as Temp Nurse #2
Holy Smith
as Mrs. Palmer
Mike Houlihan
as Tow Truck Driver
Arthur Perry
as Doctor Boy
Wilson Raiser
as Frankenstein
Carmen Mormino
as Bartender
Bob Clendenin
as Anesthesiologist
Cecile Marie Johnson
as Temp Nurse #3
Suanne Spoke
as OB Receptionist
Marji Martin
as PCP Woman
Wanda LeeEvans
as Mrs. Dorsett
Anjul Nigam
as Alex Ghandar
Blair Williamson
as Jimmy Doyle
Mark Ruiz
as Teenage Boy
Jodi Taffel
as Surgical Nurse
Richard Lexsee
as Paramedic
Tyrone Tann
as Best Man
Johnny Sanchez
as Young Man
David McSwain
as Mr. Urbanski
Diana Theodore
as Teenage Girl
Nancy Parmalee
as Vicki Pastrone
Joseph Tello
as Skeleton
Walter Teper
as Security Man
John Bakos
as Conductor
Ann Ryerson
as Oncology Doctor
Alma Washington
as Passenger
Sam Sanders
as Porter #1
Oren Williams
as Pirate Boy
Ray Toler
as Gibbs
Roz Witt
as Saleswoman
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Critic Reviews for ER: Season 3

All Critics (4) | Top Critics (3)

"ER" still isn't functioning at the quality level of prime time's finest current dramas "Homicide," "NYPD Blue," "Law & Order" but it is markedly improved this season, which offers hope for continued progress.

November 28, 2017 | Rating: 3/5 | Full Review…

Further season standouts include Ewan McGregor's post-Trainspotting cameo as an armed robber, and a six-episode run with Kirsten Dunst.

July 6, 2018 | Rating: 5/5 | Full Review…

Inoculated against hype and its backlash on the strength of fortified plotting and unshowy acting, ER continues to make good on its initial stylistic breakthroughs.

November 29, 2017 | Rating: A- | Full Review…

It jump-started its third year with an episode that reinforced the show's strengths, following John Carter, who was a medical student last year, through his first day on duty as a doctor.

November 29, 2017 | Full Review…

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