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Law & Order: Season 2 (1991-1992)

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Dick Wolf's classic American procedural series "Law & Order" continues its saga of the NYPD homicide detectives who investigate crimes, and the District Attorneys office that prosecutes them, in Season Two of the series. Returning this season are Det. Logan (Chris Noth), Capt. Cragen (Dann Florek), A.D.A.s Ben Stone (Michael Moriarty) and Paul Robinette (Richard Brooks), and DA Adam Schiff (Steven Hill), while newly arrived is Sgt. Phil Cerreta (Paul Sorvino). This season begins on a tense note, with an act of violence against one of the officers, and a subsequent NYPD investigation; meanwhile, Logan and Cerreta adjust to their new partnership. Stories this season include an investigation of a pornographer's ties to a starlet's overdose, a brownstone renovation that turns up the body of a boy who has been missing for decades, Stone's courtroom reunion with an old nemesis as he tries to pin multiple homicides on a hit man, the arrest of a slumlord whose policies may have killed an infant, and much more.

Cast

Chris Noth
as Det. Mike Logan
Michael Moriarty
as ADA Ben Stone
Richard Brooks (VI)
as ADA Paul Robinette
Paul Sorvino
as Det. Phil Cerreta
Steven Hill
as Adam Schiff
Dann Florek
as Capt. John Cragen
Mia Dillon
as Dr. Bergman
Carolyn McCormick
as Dr. Elizabeth Olivet
Marilyn Rockafellow
as Stage Mother
Eli Wallach
as Simon Vilanis, Union Worker
Michael Higgins
as Messimer, Thad Messimer
William Prince
as Dwight Corcoran, Former Governor
Allen Garfield
as Carl Berg
Tony Roberts
as Defense Atty. Pollard, Pollard
Ben Hammer
as Judge Mooney
Jerry Orbach
as Lehrman
Tresa Hughes
as Mrs. Keegan
Bradley White
as Obsessive Fan
David Spielberg
as Isaac, Isaac Shore
Vyto Ruginis
as Dan Jr.
Tovah Feldshuh
as Danielle Melnick
Molly Price
as Amy Newhouse, Secretary
Nancy Marchand
as Mrs. Barbara Ryder, Mrs. Ryder
Henderson Forsythe
as Carpenter, Lucius Carpenter
Rutanya Alda
as Mrs. Cheney, Sara Cheney
David Cryer
as Judge Rowan
Edmond Genest
as John Blanchard
Nicolas Coster
as Morgan Stern, Stern
Joan Copeland
as Judge Stein
Biff McGuire
as Rev. Morley
Noelle Parker
as Andrea Fermi, College Sophomore
Dan Desmond
as Roy Sr.
Gerald Gordon
as Mr. Bream
George DiCenzo
as Eddie Palmieri
Victor Campos
as Domingo Guerra, Guerra
Bernard Grant
as Judge Reisman
Pat McNamara
as Marian Borland
Maura Tierney
as Patricia Blaine, Patti
Rosemary Murphy
as Mrs. Catherine Messimer, Mrs. Messimer
Tony Darrow
as Mario Forcelli
George Grizzard
as Arthur Gold
John Bedford Lloyd
as Jonathan Ryder, Ryder
Kelly Bishop
as Marian Borland
Reed Birney
as Barclay
Shirley Knight
as Melanie Cullen
Reed Diamond
as Christopher Baylor, Lover
Blanche Baker
as Lucy Neven, Soap-opera Actress
Tony Lo Bianco
as Marc Menaker, Uffland
Jerry Stiller
as Michael Tobis, Tobis
Finn Carter
as Leslie Hart
Joel Polis
as Dr. Friedman
Victor Argo
as Jose Tirado, Tirado
Stephen Newman
as Dr. Seliger
Matthew Cowles
as Lemonhead
David Burke
as Gary Burnham
Werner Klemperer
as Unger, William Unger
Jay Devlin
as Charles Martine
Sam Rockwell
as Randy Borland
Val Avery
as Dan Magadan Sr., Dan Sr.
LaTanya Richardson
as Anne Houston
Elise Neal
as Charlayne Ward
Marian Seldes
as Suzanne Barlow
Tom Tammi
as Collins
Jay Patterson
as Connecticut ADA O'Connell, O'Connell
Joseph Siravo
as Joey Palmieri
James Noble
as Judge Kurland, Trial Judge Kurland
Maureen Anderman
as Sharon Styger
John McMartin
as Larry Webber, Webber
Frank Converse
as Gary Wallace
Kate Burton
as Nun, Sister Bettina
Goerge Martin
as Politician
Stuart Rudin
as Homeless Man
Ashley Crow
as Jenna Kealey, Teacher
Tom Mason
as Maser
Mark Kiely
as Tom Campion
Luis Guzman
as Cesar Pescador, Pescador
James Rebhorn
as Albert Cheney, Albert Lawrence Cheney
Sabrina Lloyd
as Kate, Kate Silver
Michael Tolan
as Ackerman, Norman Ackerman
Danny Zorn
as Joel Holder
Robert Hogan
as Carbone, Patrick Monahan
Alan Feinstein
as Eliot Ketcham, Elliot Ketcham
Lizbeth MacKay
as Mrs. Maser
Lee Wallace
as Judge Simon
David Drake
as Voorman
Michael Constantine
as Barnett, Dan Banett
Barbara Barrie
as Mrs. Bream
Shirley Stoler
as Charlie, Charlie Maylen
Geoffrey Pierson
as Gary Burnham's Attorney
Sam Groom
as Larry Teasdale
Kelli Williams
as Addict, Maggie Corson
Lenore Harris
as Mrs. Shore
Judy Reyes
as Maria, Maria Barragon
Joe Grifasi
as Ezra Gould
Alberta Watson
as Charlotte Hanley
Doris Belack
as Judge Barry, Judge Margaret Barry
Nicholas Surovy
as David Alcott
Caroline Aaron
as Susan (Police Psychiatrist)
Ronnie Farer
as Mrs. Alcott
Marilyn Sokol
as Marilee Katz
Ron McLarty
as Mr. Scoler, Scoler
Richard Venture
as Douglas Greer
Alan Manson
as Arraignment Judge Bryan
Cynthia Harris
as Elise Gifford, Ms. Gifford
Larry Joshua
as McCarter
Bernie McInerney
as Judge Michael Callahan
Mike Starr
as Pollard
Joanna Merlin
as Bowman, Carla Bowman
Richard Bright
as Albert Boxer
Dylan Baker
as Sean Hyland
J. Smith-Cameron
as Ms. Mindy Moskowitz
Maria Pitillo
as Angel Greer
Joe Mantello
as Public Defender
Lewis Black
as Director Franklin Frome
Isaiah Washington
as Derek Hardy
Yancy Butler
as Beverly, Beverly Kern
Colin Fox
as Peter Martin
Kevin Hagen
as McAnally
Charles Blackwell
as Judge Howard Gillman
Chandra Wilson
as Serena Price
Jack Wallace
as Homeless Man #2
Jane Hoffman
as Mrs. Fisher
Mary Doyle
as Judge Dreiser
Matt Malloy
as CSU Technician
Nestor Carbonell
as Stuart Carradine
Julie White
as Sandy Reynolds
Dan Grimaldi
as Counterman
Nick Sandow
as Off. Nelson
John Bentley
as Mike Carney
Michelle Trachtenberg
as Dinah Driscoll
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