Law & Order: Season 6 (1995 - 1996)

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Air date: Sep 20, 1995
2
Air date: Sep 27, 1995
3
Air date: Oct 18, 1995
4
Air date: Nov 1, 1995
5
Air date: Nov 8, 1995
6
Air date: Nov 15, 1995
7
Air date: Nov 22, 1995
8
Air date: Nov 29, 1995
9
Air date: Jan 3, 1996
10
Air date: Jan 10, 1996
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NBC's procedural drama "Law & Order" returns for this sixth series, with more cases involving the NYPD homicide detectives who investigate murders and the DA workers who prosecute them. Returning characters this series include DA Adam Schiff (Steven Hill), Senior Detective Lennie Briscoe (Jerry Orbach), detective supervisor Anita Van Buren (S. Epatha Merkerson), ADA Claire Kincaid (Jill Hennessy), and Sam Waterston as Executive ADA Jack McCoy; newly arrived is Detective Rey Curtis (Benjamin Bratt), a character who replaces Detective Logan. Stories this season include Briscoe and Curtis's investigation of a violent death at a biker bar, a string of serial murders committed by men in ski masks, and the crib death of an infant. Meanwhile, an accusation from one of McCoy's ex-lovers puts his serious reputation on the line, and as the season winds to a close personal tragedies erupt for several of the men after they watch the execution of a man they've arraigned.

Cast

Sam Waterston
as ADA Jack McCoy
Jill Hennessy
as ADA Claire Kincaid
Jerry Orbach
as Det. Lennie Briscoe
Benjamin Bratt
as Det. Reynaldo Curtis
Steven Hill
as Adam Schiff
S. Epatha Merkerson
as Lt. Anita Van Buren
Richard Brooks (VI)
as ADA Paul Robinette
Joan Copeland
as Judge Rebecca Stein
Kim Raver
as Mrs. Wendy Karmel
Shawn Elliott
as Judge Manuel Leon
Linda Emond
as Laura Cochran
James Naughton
as Barry Taggert
W.T. Martin
as Judge Naughton
Larry Miller
as Club Owner
Patrick Breen
as Andrew Gellis
Rosemary DeAngelis
as Judge Krieger
Victor Garber
as Paul Sandig
Amber Kain
as Jenny Mays
Josh Hopkins
as Ken Soames
Carolyn McCormick
as Dr. Elizabeth Olivet
Jerome Preston Bates
as Ernie Bigelow
Lynne Thigpen
as Judge Ida Boucher
Brian Smiar
as Deli Owner
Scott Lawrence
as Michael Walters
Karen Williams
as Monica Wickes
Cara Buono
as Shelly Taggert
Liz Larsen
as Lana Halsted
Deborah Lee Johnson
as Margaret Nash
Linda Atkinson
as Judge Gaines
George Gore II
as Clayton Doyle
Tara Hauptman
as Paula Dean
Gareth Williams
as Ted Quinlan
Frank Converse
as Lyle Christopher
Lee Brock
as Donna Corbin
Peter Riegert
as Jerold Dixon
Timothy Landfield
as Ad Executive
Erin Cohen
as Ms. Stadler
Tovah Feldshuh
as Danielle Melnick
Jonathan Walker
as Plastic Surgeon
Cecelia Hart
as Marcia Stamell
Michael Imperioli
as Johnny Stivers
Patti LuPone
as Ruth Miller
Jeffrey DeMunn
as Norman Rothenberg
Mike Mearian
as Judge Horace Busey
Tom Stechschulte
as Judge Rockwell
Reggie Montgomery
as Leon Monroe
Ray Anthony Thomas
as Jerome Bell
Denis O'Hare
as James Smith
Linda Powell
as Emily Wilson
David Rosenbaum
as Judge Alan Berman
William Severs
as Judge Henry Fillmore
John Fiore
as Profaci
Eric Steven Stahl
as Frank Sullivan
Chris Cooper
as Roy Payne
Kim Hamilton
as Marcella Clyne
David Little
as Mitch Weiss
Barbara Garrick
as Mrs. Sandig
Clare Wren
as Julia Danforth
Nan-Lynn Nelson
as Elaine Monroe
Andre Braugher
as Det. Pembleton
Mary Beth Hurt
as Sela Dixon
Joanna Merlin
as Deidre Powell
Byron Jennings
as Richard Brandson
Rafael Báez
as Luis Cruz
Kim Staunton
as Luanne Doyle
Ann Dowd
as Patricia Smith
Dennis Parlato
as Warren Karmel
Len Cariou
as Prof. Mac Geller
Leslie Gail
as Elizabeth Nicodos
Anne Twomey
as Mrs. Harlan
Michael Dolan
as Keith Coleman
Michael Dolan
as Keith Coleman
Gia Galeano
as Detective
Elizabeth Rice
as Leah Coleman
Jack Vinson
as Matt Hastings
Mark Zimmerman
as Frederick Scannel
Sada Thompson
as Elaine Nicodos
Amanda Peet
as Leslie Harlan
Bob Dishy
as Larry Weaver
Isiah Whitlock Jr.
as Simon Brooks
Tony Darrow
as Joey Giabone
Agustin Fernandez
as Ross Morales
Ben Hammer
as Judge Herman Mooney
Marisa Redanty
as Cheryl Diggs
Michael Willis
as Father Carner
Laila Robins
as Diana Hawthorne
Robert Sella
as Tony Conneca
Doris Belack
as Judge Barry
Joe Grifasi
as James Linde
Kyle Secor
as Det. Bayliss
Brooke Smith
as Margot Bell
Welker White
as Marla Rubinoff
Ellen Greene
as Karen Gaines
Maria Tucci
as Helen Brolin
Edouard DeSoto
as Sal Munoz
Cecilia Hart
as Marcia Stamell
Shawn Hatosy
as Chester Manning
Louis Zorich
as Judge Edgar Hynes
Emmanuel Xuereb
as Amos Brady
Jeanne Ruskin
as Alice Marsdale
David Garrison
as Gerald Fox
Robby Sella
as Tony Conneca
Tim Ransom
as Stillman's Attorney
Elaine Tse
as Joyce Lee
Tom O'Rourke
as Peter Behrens
Karen Young
as Cassie Rickman
Maryann Plunkett
as Joanne Ellis
Jennifer Bill
as Cathy Briscoe
Santo Fazio
as Johnny Cobb
Abe Vigoda
as Retired Detective Landis
Tom Tammi
as Mr. Gaines
Peter Frechette
as Peter Nicodos
Jackey Vinson
as Matt Hastings
Jean Claude Lamarre
as Francis Murphy
Robert Knepper
as Danny "Igor" Smith
Talia Balsam
as Teri Marks
Jean-Claude La Marre
as Francis Murphy
Ellen Pompeo
as Jenna Weber
Emilio del Pozo
as Judge Sierra
Sharon Martin
as Megan Maslin
Dan Moran
as Tibor Nichols
Timothy Wheeler
as Milton Stillman
Lee Wilkof
as Dr. Alvin Sabloff
Leo Cimino
as Mr. Costello
Delaine Yates
as Susan Bauer
Marilyn Chris
as Mrs. Capetti
Tim Wheeler
as Stillman
Sandy Duncan
as Michelle Kates
Leslie Barrett
as Judge Bonelli
John Ramsey
as Judge Walter Schreiber
Novella Nelson
as Mrs. Washington
Chuck Cooper
as Walters' Attorney
Neil Pepe
as Morrison
Ariyan Johnson
as Angela McDermott
Laura Esterman
as Prof. Florence Cooley
Mark Zeisler
as Richard Kovax
Sean Ellis (II)
as Jerome Early
Glenn Fitzgerald
as Merril Grupp
John Ventimiglia
as Nick Capetti
Peter Ratray
as Charles Hanna
Tom Signorelli
as Mr. Merrick
Tanya Berezin
as Judge Janine Pate
James Murtaugh
as Dr. Farnsworth
Sam Schacht
as Louis Bell
Rochelle Oliver
as Judge Grace Larkin
Vince Viverito Sr.
as Mannie Lane
Leslie Ayvasian
as Eileen Karmel
Joe Lisi
as Reds Carpenter
Matthew Dixon
as Michael Mirvis
Zach Grenier
as Mr. Aronson
Charlotte Colavin
as Judge Lisa Pongracic
Phil Coccioletti
as Rick Kasteler
Peter Van Wagner
as Jonathan Freeman
Leon B. Stevens
as Judge Albert Parsons
Adam Zolotin
as Lonnie "Nacho" Rickman
David Jones
as Mr. Hastings
Alice Liu
as Karyn Sasabe
Chris Messina
as Tommy Bell
Danton Stone
as Jack Wilderman
John Driver
as Mark Levinsohn
Madison Arnold
as Leonard Jensen
Tasha K. Lawrence
as Sally Napoli
Peter Sarsgaard
as Josh Strand
Santiago Douglas
as Eddie Camarillo
Marianne Hagan
as Marcie Donner
Stephanie Berry
as Estelle Walters
Stephen Bradbury
as Jim Nelson
Karen Shallo
as Linda Santoro
Joe Paparone
as Charles Fleming
Adina Porter
as Mary Byman
Oni Faida Lampley
as Sharlene Patterson
Jim Bracchitta
as Jerold Spector
Jack Davidson
as Blumberg
Daniel Kash
as Sal Franks
Allen Swift
as Abe Pomerance
Jon Lee
as Dr. Robert Hayashi
Nancy McDoniel
as Sheila Gordon
Alec Mapa
as Brian Yoshimara
Brettanya Friese
as Celia Gaston
Arthur Nascarella
as Bobby Farina
María Cellario
as Mrs. Wessel
Jose Ramon Rosario
as Det. Monfredo
Marilyn Sokol
as Mrs. Rhonda Levine
Rebecca Hollen
as Joyce Brandman
Paul Austin
as Sean Daugherty
John Newton
as Judge Eric Caffey
Rebecca Waxman
as Gail Russell
Lloyd Hollar
as Deli Customer
Tony Lip
as Eddie Murrows
Afemo Omilami
as Henry Patterson
Maggie Burke
as Naomi Fleming
Joe Gonzalez
as Sgt. Gilbert Gonzales
Matthew Faber
as Scott Wilder
O.L. Duke
as Roscoe Squire
Conan McCarty
as Ethan Floyd
Richmond Hoxie
as Dr. Lloyd Lipman
Karen Fineman
as Jackie Ruggiero
Richard Russell Ramos
as Father Di Tirro
Matt Myers
as 1st Detective
Marissa Chibas
as Maggie Randa
Claire Beckman
as Diane Farrow
Jamie Jones
as Kate Lindsay
Hal Robinson
as Mr. Lasko
Marina Durell
as Olivia Valerio
Ray Iannicelli
as Fred Pappas
Angelica Torn
as Sarah Tabor
David Wissack
as John Wheeler
Harold Miller
as Judge Cyrus Metcalfe
Geoffrey Wade
as Mitchell Weisbrod
Mimi Bensinger
as Beatrice Dichter
Kent Broadhurst
as Harry Kingston
Adam Heller
as Mr. Whiting
Tracy Thorne
as Naves Franklin
Lisa Kron
as CSU Warren
Ivan Kronenfeld
as Marty Prince
Lillias White
as Susan Monroe
Molly Price
as OCCB Detective Nancy Jones
Patti Allison
as Mrs. Lasko
Keith Jochim
as Podesta
John Tormey
as Alan Krutsky
Michelle Hurst
as Ms. Nevins
Ray Demattis
as Bob Saner
Arthur Acuna
as Pharmacy Clerk
Wally Dunn
as Edward Odlum
Judd Trichter
as Jerry Hart
Joanne Camp
as Mrs. Hastings
Kerry O'Malley
as Miss Leslie Merrick
Brad Beyer
as Jack Miniver
Chris Bauer
as Mickey Scott
Rose Arrick
as Dr. Jane Freeland
Ron Nakahara
as Gus Christen
Josh Pais
as Asst. ME Borak
Skye Bassett
as Mattie Braverman
Stephen Peabody
as Tack Burbank
Ed Hodson
as Forensic Technician
Arthur Anderson
as Judge Mallory
Paul Schoeffler
as Mr. Hazlitt
Tom Demenkoff
as Mark Whitten
Peter Slutsker
as Off. Wheeler
Lewis Arlt
as John Ralston
Richard Francese
as Bryce Roytan
Frederick Neumann
as Murray Watts
Christopher Wynkoop
as Herbert Jaffe
James A. Baffico
as Det. Scapelli
Charles Dumas
as Don Van Buren
Gustave Johnson
as Pat Brice
Michael McCormick
as Marty Gerber
Meghan Andrews
as Brandson Daughter
Nancy Opel
as Henkel
Pamela Burrell
as Mary Kaylin
Bill Christ
as Jamie Ehrenclou
John Carter
as Appellate Judge Newfield
Vince O'Brien
as Arraignment Judge Franks
Tresha Rodriguez
as Reporter #1
Albert Makhtsier
as Sergei Yentakov
Jace Alexander
as Larry Philbert
Ken Leung
as Forensic Tech Chung
Ray Girardin
as Det. Sal Martel
Michael Genet
as Henry Davis
Daniel Mastrogiorgio
as Perry Behrens
Helmar Augustus Cooper
as Appellate Judge McNeil
Timothy Britten Parker
as Forensic Tech Hoeck
Ross Bickell
as Burt Kaylin
Nicole Leach
as Liana Rogers
Jordan Mott
as Off. Duffy
Patrick Boll
as Rick Sidney
Tom Flynn
as Frank Miller
Liana Pai
as Dena Kobata
Mark Jupiter
as Mr. Barnes
Herb Downer
as Judge Morris Birch
André De Shields
as Dr. Elvin Simmonds
André De Shields
as Dr. Elvin Simmonds
Kurt Knudson
as Arraignment Judge Waxman
George Guidall
as Simon Wallis
Richard Litt
as Mr. Krinsky
Keely Eastley
as Jury Forewoman
Rick Zieff
as Forensic Tech Rosen
Jenny Jones
as Mrs. Small
Andrew Weems
as David Silverman
Matt Malloy
as CSU Supervisor
George Bartenieff
as Appellate Judge MacNamara
Billy Strong
as Danny Trumbello
Fred J. Scollay
as Arraignment Judge Barsky
Bill Hoag
as Off. Hack
Phil Parolisi
as Travis Reece
Kristanna Loken
as Sonya Dubrow
Gibby Brand
as Judge Crackham
Reade Kelly
as Harry Ralston
Gil Rogers
as Man in Suit
Keith Kirk
as Off. Beaudouin
Rusty Dewees
as Leon Trapp
Iris Little Thomas
as Jean Hepley
Katherine Hiler
as Young Mother
Madeleine Lee Gilford
as Judge Alice Connors
Victor Truro
as Appellate Judge Spivak
Richard Hughes
as Jeffrey Meyers
Alvaleta Guess
as Mrs. Morris
Pat Moya
as Deborah Curtis
Tracie Jade
as Tracy Ettinger
Mimi Michaels
as Vanessa Carey
Bill Cohen
as Wilson
Bernard Grant
as Judge Reisman
Count Stovall
as Mr. Laramie
Michael Mislove
as Dr. Gluck
Alvaletah Guess
as Mrs. Morris
Lucy Martin
as Judge Taryn Brent
Scott Rabinowitz
as Coroner's Assistant
Ed Jupp Jr.
as Marvin Jacobs
Mateo Gomez
as Mr. Garcia
Gordon MacDonald
as Trauma Surgeon
Maia Danziger
as Mrs. Carey
Karen Kandel
as Margaret White
David Wolos Fonteno
as CSU Tech Murray
D.L. Shroder
as Dr. Sefansky
Amy Hohn
as Asst. ME Manning
John Randolph Jones
as Arson Detective
Diane Tyler
as Dr. Stanley
Michael Ingram
as Alan De Simio
Joseph M. Costa
as Produce Seller
Brandon Segarra
as Eddie Garcia
Arnold Mazer
as Bank Security Manager
Justin McCarthy
as Randy Ashton
Carol Moore
as Mrs. Slattery
Gary Evans
as Garrison
Andrew Pang
as Mr. Nakiyama
Brian Delate
as Mickey Leahy
Susanna Frazer
as Jury Foreperson
Joe Bacino
as Dominic Lundstrom
Nick Corley
as Florist
Susan Willis
as Mrs. Landers
Larry Sherman
as Judge Colin Fraser
Dustin Evans
as Paramedic
Stacy Highsmith
as Darla Walter
Susan Ross
as Secretary
Merwin Goldsmith
as Arraignment Judge Feist
Jay Spadaro
as Court Clerk
Bo Rucker
as Off. Kennedy
Aasif Mandvi
as Technician
DeAnn Mears
as Arraignment Judge Gance
Toby Poser
as Uni Fox
Cortez Nance Jr.
as Mr. Carson
Larry Attile
as Williams
Dan Daily
as Doorman #1
David Bryant
as Reporter #1
Todd Davis
as Scavenger
Michael Hirsch
as Lyndon Whitney
Eddie Trucco
as Paramedic #2
Lionel Pina
as Off. Ortega
Kevin Rock
as 1st Uniformed Policeman
Chris Ceraso
as Allen DeLuca
Leo Schaff
as Drug Customer #1
Joe Sharkey
as Doorman #2
John Elsen
as Off. Crain
Craig Bockhorn
as Bartender
Merri Ann Milwe
as Reporter #2
Luis Caballero
as Bodega Owner
Joel Rooks
as Mr. Baron
Jeffrey Donovan
as Eddie Nicodos
Joan Bogden
as Mrs. Dublinsky
Julian Gamble
as Councilman Jack Rabe
Alex Draper
as CSU Tech Flamino
Tom Grunke
as Worker
Alem Brhan Sapp
as Drug Customer #2
Alison Graham
as Court Clerk
Jody Wood
as CSU Technician
James McCauley
as CSU Tech Dremluk
Joe Pentangelo
as CSU Phillips
Jim Siatkowski
as Board of Education Lawyer
Rick Gomez
as Ticket Taker
Frank Guy
as Court Clerk
Toni James
as Jury Forewoman
Michael F. Boyle
as Port Authority Policeman
Irene Glezos
as Female Grand Juror
Neva Small
as Receptionist
John Finnerty
as 1st Uniformed Policeman
John Nacco
as Mr. Libby
Mark Casella
as Coworker
Edward D. Murphy
as CSU Tech Bailey
Tico Wells
as 1st Uniformed Policeman
Jim Lavin
as Uniformed Policeman
Lil Henderson
as Jury Forewoman
Larry S. Gregory
as 1st Uniformed Policeman
Chris Walker
as CSU Tech Cummings
Wiley Moore
as Off. Jones
Frank Martin
as Mounted Policeman #2
Paul Albe
as Asst. Medical Examiner
Robert Poletick
as 2nd Reporter
Christine Farrell
as Angela Shrier
Tim Kirkpatrick
as Court Clerk
John Rainer
as Juror #2
Scott Nicholson
as Court Officer
Richard Mawe
as Jury Foreperson
Joe Passaro
as CSU Technician
Drew Militano
as Arraignment Court Clerk
Jose Rabelo
as Juror #3
Jean Richards
as Jury Forewoman
Robert Coffin
as Court Clerk
Tamara Daniels
as Schiff's Secretary
Michael Noth
as Sentencing Court Clerk
Susan Willerman
as Court Clerk
Keenan Shimizu
as Det. Kwan
Ariane Brandt
as Woman #1
Janet Young
as Woman #2
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Critic Reviews for Law & Order Season 6

All Critics (1) | Top Critics (0)

Overall, the sixth season of Law & Order is one of the strongest of the series, and is the beginning of a run of greatness for the show

Sep 20, 1995 | Rating: 7/10 | Full Review…

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