John Doe (2002 - 2003)


John Doe

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Series Info

A man who knows literally everything---except his own identity---helps the Seattle police solve crimes as he tries to figure out who he is and where he came from. The high-concept sci-fi series had its loyal fans, but just not enough of them to get it renewed for a second season.

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Seasons

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Critics Consensus: John Doe overcomes its somewhat dubious premise with an alluring sense of mystery and a nuanced performance from Dominic Purcell.

2002, FOX, 18 episodes

Cast

Dominic Purcell
as John Doe
Jayne Brook
as Lt. Jamie Avery
Grace Zabriskie
as Yellow Teeth
Adam Henderson
as Medical Examiner
Gary Werntz
as Trenchcoat
Meshach Peters
as Tyler Hayes
Dion Luther
as Young Broker
Doug Hutchison
as Lenny Pescoe
David Parker
as Roosevelt
Claudette Mink
as Turquoise
Evan Handler
as Max Clark
James McDaniel
as Colonel Dunagan
Jodelle Ferland
as Jenny Nichols
April Grace
as Kelly Hayes
Paige Rowland
as Paulette Chambers
Andrew Bowen
as Staff Sergeant
Keith Gordey
as Stocking Cap
Michael Kopsa
as Dr. Arrogant
David Lovgren
as Randall Johansen
Paul Campbell VIII
as Unshaven Teenager
Romy Rosemont
as Mrs. Nichols
Ona Grauer
as Turquoise
Stephen Lee
as Pickford
Babs Chula
as Sweater Vest (Psychiatrist)
Robert Wisden
as Museum Director
Steve Byers
as Eyebrow Ring Teenager
Gabrielle Anwar
as Rachel Pembroke
Deb Podowski
as Mrs. Pickford
Louise Grant
as Agnes Prescott
Kwesi Ameyaw
as SWAT Captain
Dr. John Jay Harper
as Homeless Man
Tony Plana
as Albert Ruiz
Marcia Laskowski
as Nurse Serious
Jenn Griffin
as Chain Smoking Matron
Michael Gaston
as Gary Murchison
Leslie Hopps
as Althea Silva
Lisa Bayliss
as Anxious Mom
Tim Henry
as Father
Nick Harrison
as Off. Crowley
J.K. Simmons
as Lucas Doya
Tygh Runyan
as Daniel Bowen
Holly Eglinton
as Stripper No. 1
Greg Kean
as Husband
Daryl Sabara
as Wesley Silva
Frank Ferrucci
as Narrow Eyes
Ben Cotton
as Activist
Kristin Minter
as Charlotte Willliams
Leon Russom
as Lorne Barker
Miranda Frigon
as Beautiful Nurse
Kasper Michaels
as Jeb Crosby
Heather McEwen
as Lisa Burrows
Troy Turi
as Leather Coat
Jianna Ballard
as Kristin Burrows
Rutanya Alda
as Cassie Barker
Joel Murray
as Dante Langenhan
Aaron Pearl
as NSA Security
Fred Keating
as Car Salesman
Charity Rindero
as Stripper No. 3
Arye Gross
as Dr. Matthew Jensen
Peter J. Lucas
as Alstair Dorimund
Saskia Gould
as Soccer Mom
Glen Gould
as Bomb Squad Tech No. 1
Melissa Barker-Sauer
as Stripper No. 4
Iris Quinn
as Elizabeth Miller
Ryan Hurst
as Elvis Braithwaite
Adam Ryan
as Signing Drone
Michael McShane
as Raymond Brunellas
Steve Gomori
as Bored Sales Person
Jill Lover
as Polly Kendall
Damon Gregory
as Strip Club Owner
Alex Kliner
as Rosenthal
Andrew Carr
as McComber
Angelo Renai
as Stefano Morretti
Aaron Dudley
as Bad Date
Alanna Ubach
as Dionne Walker
Rick Dobron
as Sound Engineer
Kim Hawthorne
as Kelly Hayes
Michelle Harrison
as All American Girl
Claudine Grant
as Reporter No. 1
Steve Oatway
as Confused
Gary Teitelbaum
as Bomb Squad Tech No. 2
Louis Chirillo
as Security Guard
Reese McBeth
as Hooded Sweatshirt
Lauren Hammersley
as Off. Fitzmaurice
Talia Ranger
as Jane Booth
Barbara Fixx
as Woman in White
Craig Veroni
as Reporter No. 2
Alex Green
as Hang-Gliding Teen
Peter Breck
as Leverton
Debra Donohue
as Annette Archambreau
Derek Peakman
as Artsy Instructor
Liam Ranger
as Kevin Zoeller
Marcel Maillard
as Groundskeeper
Martin Novotny
as Garbageman
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Series Details

TV Network: FOX
Premiere Date: Sep 20, 2002
Genre: Science Fiction & Fantasy
Executive Producers: Gardner Stern, Mimi Leder, Brandon Camp, Mike Thompson, Carol Dunn Trussell
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