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Law & Order: Season 4 (1993-1994)

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The iconic procedural drama "Law & Order" returns for this fourth series, with additional tales of the New York City Police detectives who investigate felonies, and the District Attorney staff that prosecutes them. Returning characters this series include Det. Logan (Chris Noth), A.D.A. Ben Stone (Michael Moriarty), DA Adam Schiff (Steven Hill), Senior Detective Lennie Briscoe (Jerry Orbach); newly arrived are detective supervisor Anita Van Buren (S. Epatha Merkerson) and ADA Claire Kincaid (Jill Hennessy) (replacing Paul Robinette). Cases this series include that of a child molester murdered on a talk show, an octogenarian woman who appears to have been starved to death, a nuclear physicist suspected of mail bombing his wife, the disappearance of a child from a sadistic foster home, a violent assault on a tennis player just prior to a match, and many more.

Cast

Chris Noth
as Det. Mike Logan
Michael Moriarty
as ADA Ben Stone
Jerry Orbach
as Det. Lennie Briscoe
Jill Hennessy
as ADA Claire Kincaid
S. Epatha Merkerson
as Lt. Anita Van Buren
Steven Hill
as Adam Schiff
Guy Davis
as Russell Bobbitt
John Fiore
as Profaci
Stephen Payne
as Mazlansky
Sam Waterston
as ADA Jack McCoy
Stephen James
as Les Savitt
Doris Belack
as Judge Barry, Judge Margaret Barry
Stacey Moseley
as Tennis Player
Barbara Eda-Young
as Judge Kershan
Angie Phillips
as Debra Elkins
Carolyn McCormick
as Dr. Elizabeth Olivet
James Earl Jones
as Horace McCoy
Julie Dretzin
as Granddaughter
Ann Dowd
as Dorothy Baxter
Tresa Hughes
as Adele Sugarman
Ted Sorel
as Stuart Melnick
Bob Dishy
as Larry Weaver, Weaver
Pamela Holden Stewart
as Irene Morrissey
Malcolm Gets
as Lance Keyes
Patrick Collins
as Ned Hughes
Sophie Haydan
as Beverly Dorfman
Ellen Lancaster
as Alice Weiss
Beatrice Winde
as Corina Roberts
Allison Dunbar
as Competitor
Melissa Fraser Brown
as Tracey Pollitt
Bruce Altman
as Tom Morrison
Scotty Bloch
as Judge Baum
Susan Blommaert
as Judge Steinman
Beverly Johnson
as Marcela DiPortago
David Groh
as Joel Thayer, Judge Joel Thayer
Kathrine Narducci
as Louisa D'Angelo
Malik Yoba
as Pat Williams
Lucy Deakins
as Coed, Julia Wood
Harris Yulin
as Dr. Edward Manning, Scientist
Kevin Thigpen
as Isaac Roberts
John Heard
as Mitch Burke
Marion Killinger
as Homeless Person
Maggie Burke
as Judge Elayne Link
Peter Van Wagner
as Stan Feldman
Judson Mills
as Stephen Shaw
Michael Harney
as Aaron Packard
Alexandra Gersten
as Sarah Fisher
William Carden
as Arthur Tunney
Paul Collins
as Roger Easton
Scott Sowers
as Billy Doyle
Denise Hernandez
as Housekeeper
Elizabeth Parrish
as Judge Sally Norton
Bruce MacVittie
as Brian Sprague
Tanya Berezin
as Judge Rosalyn Lenz
John Ramsey
as Judge Walter Schreiber
Robert Klein
as Rick Mason
Hudson Leick
as Kathy Rogers
Sam Robards
as Cult Leader, Daniel Hendricks
Maria Tucci
as Helen Brolin, Lawyer
Roger Serbagi
as Judge Quinn
Keith Langsdale
as Nicholas Teller
Alan Blumenfeld
as Defense Atty. Novello
Christine Baranski
as Rose Seigal, Rose Seigel
Viveca Lindfors
as Helga Holtz
Johnny Giacalone
as Mitch Lewis
George Grizzard
as Arthur Gold
Philip Bosco
as Gordon Schell, Gordon Shell
Randle Mell
as Max Weiss
Ann McDonough
as Peggy Sylvester
Joe Seneca
as Henry Jackson
Deirdre O'Connell
as Jane Schuman
Zakes Mokae
as Edgar Barkley
Holt McCallany
as Marc Kenner
Denis O'Hare
as Harold Morrissey
Sebastian Roche
as Rock Star
Cecelia Hart
as Mary Bradley
Mark Tymchyshyn
as Chip Rafferty
Zeljko Ivanek
as Phillip Swann
Tovah Feldshuh
as Danielle Melnick
Elaine Bromka
as Mrs. DeSantis
Ben Hammer
as Judge Herman Mooney
Gabriel Olds
as Sean McKinnon
Jane Kaczmarek
as Janet Rudman
Joyce Reehling
as Mildred Kaskel
Stephi Lineburg
as Wendy Sylvester
Allison Janney
as Ann Madsen
Nicolas Coster
as Reid Mullen
Bruce Katzman
as Allen Bradley
Caroline Lagerfelt
as Danielle Keyes
Jan Miner
as Edna Hodge
Melissa Leo
as Alice Sutton
Cynthia Harris
as Adele Diamond
Cecilia Hart
as Mary Bradley
Theodore Bikel
as Schiff's Friend, Sol Bregman
Danny Gerard
as Billy Wojak
Bill Moor
as Richard Patton
Michael Constantine
as Jewish Driver, Joshua Berger
Victor Slezak
as Steven Green
Pamela Payton-Wright
as Mrs. Katherine McKinnon, Mrs. McKinnon
Lawrence Pressman
as Nicholas Burke
Wil Horneff
as Chris Pollitt
Bill Marcus
as Lou Guardino
Ellen Parker
as Gwen Savitt
Ray Aranha
as `Papa Doc' Doinel
John Ottavino
as Alan Lovitz
Vince O'Brien
as Arraignment Judge Franks
Steve Ryan
as Sid Fisher
Kent Broadhurst
as Dr. Creighton
Cheryl Giannini
as Louise Gruman
Helen Gallagher
as Florence Bishop
Jesse Corti
as Alex Nunez
Jennifer Van Dyck
as Shelly Conners
Don Creech
as Nikolai Rostov
Lauren Ambrose
as Maureen McKinnon
Leo Burmester
as Lester Hastings
Camryn Manheim
as Beatrice Hines
Ron Orbach
as Max Hellman
Denna Martin
as Barbara Munn
Avi Hoffman
as Teddy Wayne
Jeffrey DeMunn
as Norm Rothenberg, Prof. Norman Rothenberg
Roberta Wallach
as Michele Selig
Pamela Blair
as Aileen Wojak
Richard Libertini
as Vince, Vince Albanese
Tony Todd
as Black Minister, Rev. Ott
Lisa Eichhorn
as Arnette Fenady
Brian Davies
as Dr. Rheinhold Bishop
John McMartin
as Larry Webber, Webber
Judy Jacksina
as Nancy Kroll
Michael Ryan
as Charlie Meadow
Rochelle Oliver
as Judge Grace Larkin
Geoffrey Pierson
as OCCB Investigator
James Madio
as Andy Costello
Faith Prince
as Nancy Farrell
Michael Ryan
as Charlie Meadow
Robert Hogan
as Ted Parker
Alex Wipf
as Michael Wood
Leo Burmeister
as Lester Hastings
Kip Niven
as Dan Rudman
Jack Hallett
as Defense Atty. Bauer
Tom Riis Farrell
as Scott Hexter
Tim Kelleher
as Dale Rudolph
Bernie McInerney
as Judge Michael Callahan
Reg Rogers
as Jason Bregman
Byron Jennings
as Ross Fineman
Lenore Harris
as Marya Levinson
Norma Fire
as Appellate Judge Jensen
David Krumholtz
as Scott Fisher, Scotty Fisher
Joan Copeland
as Judge Stein
Bibi Besch
as Margaret Berman
Frederica Meister
as Eileen Bauer
Vyto Ruginis
as Shep Watson
Peggy Cowles
as Mrs. Hexter
Jessi Corti
as Alex Nunez
Pat Collins
as Ned Hughes
Sophie Hayden
as Beverly Dorfman
Michael Mantell
as Morris Hoffman
Mike Cicchetti
as John Blanchard
Deena Martin
as Barbara Mann
Karen Sillas
as Cynthia Thomas
Lorraine Toussaint
as Shambala Green
Sam Gray
as Trial Judge Leon
Eric Alperin
as Kevin Parker
Shae D'Lyn
as Dory Scofield
Joyce Ebert
as Mrs. Hendricks
Natalya Negoda
as Irina Cooper
Baxter Harris
as Art Diamond
Vince Viverito Sr.
as Frank Rossi
Steve Harris
as Joey Lang
Damon Saleem
as Daryl Johnson
Robert Cicchini
as Gerald Austin
Bernie Passeltiner
as Harry Schuman
John Newton
as Judge Eric Caffey
Jesse Moore
as Daniel Freeman
Amy Elizabeth Korb
as Tina McCartney
Lily Knight
as Tori Lasky
Bernadette Penotti
as Helena Navarro
Leslie Lyles
as Jane (Tennis Coach)
George Bartenieff
as Appellate Judge MacNamara
Lauren Klein
as Dr. Grace Henderson
Zelda Harris
as Janel Decker
Marie Masters
as Mary Cushman
Joseph R. Sicari
as Coach Bud Genero
Deborah Genninger
as Joan Renkmeyer
Fred Scollay
as Judge Barskey
Frances Chaney
as Amelia Whitney
Margaret Hilton
as Mrs. Whitaker
George Guidall
as Marvin Kattleman
Robin Tunney
as Jill Templeton
Francine Beers
as Judge Janice Silver
Laury Marker
as Dr. Wells
Margaret Gibson
as Miss Courio
Gareth Williams
as George Siddell
Jose Ynoa
as Jose Montoya
Richard Bright
as Mr. Quinn
Paula Laurence
as Mrs. Silverman
Jeff Gendelman
as Barry Ramsey
Don Peoples
as Art Koslow
Lee Bryant
as Melissa Thayer
Tom Everett Scott
as Charles Wilson
Dan Desmond
as Paul von Egidy
Jeff Robins
as John Ross
Robert LuPone
as Bill Wendyll
Guillermo Díaz
as Juan Domingo
Brenda Thomas Denmark
as Mary Willoughby
Arthur French
as Dr. Myron Jansen
Patricia Hodges
as Helen Veysey
Paul Geier
as Barry Talbot
Ben Shenkman
as Mark Ferris
James Noah
as Dr. Holtz
Victor Colicchio
as Omar Cabezas
Betsy Aidem
as Sharon Kirk
Lynn Cohen
as Judge Elizabeth Mizener
Michael St. Gerard
as Kent Halliwell
Caitlin Dulany
as Lisa Cole
P.J. Barry
as Johnny McDougal
Peter Jay Fernandez
as Dr. Isaac Kerwin
Jeanne Paulsen
as Margaret Chandler
Edwin Owens
as Robbins
Sondra James
as Mrs. Stavors
Kit Flanagan
as Joan Zinns
Lewis Arlt
as Garrett Darby
Shona Tucker
as Dolores Ruffin
Daniel Dae Kim
as Harry Watanabe
Jack Ryland
as Judge Derrick
Neal Ben-Ari
as Ed Bosco
Enrico Colantoni
as Ron Blocker
Jose Soto
as Ricky Morales
Debra Niewald
as Inga Torvald
Gordon MacDonald
as Richard Gillrich
David Lipman
as Torledsky
John Finnerty
as Policeman #3
Charles Major
as Peterson
Ted Neustadt
as Herbert Baxter
Adam Grupper
as Kerkorian
Matthew Arkin
as Dr. Philip Vine
Gerry Becker
as John Sherman
Janna Silver-Smith
as Laura Rudman
Neal Huff
as Donald Melnick
Jack Davidson
as George Berman
William Meisle
as Dr. Matthewson
Steve Boles
as Samuel Kessler
David Wolos Fonteno
as Jimmy Graves
Thom Sesma
as Tom Boden
Sarah Melici
as Phyllis Schroeder
Charles E. Gerber
as Jack Horland
Jill Choder
as Roberta Lantos
Josh Pais
as Medical Examiner Borak
Myra Lucretia-Taylor
as Jocelyn Weston
Peter Jacobson
as Dr. Karl Styne
Anthony Fusco
as Dr. Richard Becker
Rhea Silver-Smith
as Joanne Rudolph
John Griesemer
as Msgr. Whalen
Ted Blumberg
as Bobby Feinberg
Yo Han Lim
as Richard Kim
Leslie Denniston
as Sara Felder
Tom Lacy
as Whit Ferguson
Tom Brennan
as Father Frawley
Mark Hammer
as Judge Randall Welch
Charlotte Colavin
as Arraignment Judge Pongracic
Charles Blackwell
as Judge Howard Gillman
Ron Brice
as Tercel
Ed Hodson
as Lab Technician Marks
Lee Brock
as Maxine Kort
Stewart Steinberg
as Dr. Joseph Vinton
Ray Genadry
as Assad Asalam
Michael Cullen
as Father Jack Malone
Marc Romeo
as Kenney
Miguel Sierra
as Felix Ortega
Blanca Camacho
as Mrs. Ramirez
Dan Daily
as Dr. Murray Berg
Boris McGiver
as Desk Clerk
Erica Gimpel
as Templeton
Bruce Adler
as Art Diamond
Andrew Mutnick
as Asst. ME Felix Gates)
Anthony Ruiz
as Mr. Ramirez
J.K. Simmons
as Jerry Luppin
Jim Beaudin
as Tommy Turner
Marty Pistone
as Francesco
Nancy Bell
as Phyllis Schur
Michael Medeiros
as Det. Harding
Chris Ceraso
as Manager
Paul Hoover
as Peabody
Marya Kazakova
as Eva Berman
Ernestine Jackson
as Vanessa Petrie
Helen Harrelson
as Mrs. Bunch
Faran Tahir
as Mr. Khan
Amy Stiller
as Alison Thomas
Glynis Bell
as Celia Gray
Karen Byers
as Sheila Pierson
Giulia Pagano
as Frances Guardino
Millie Tirelli
as Rosie Cervantes
Jimmy Boyd
as Howard Turner
Stan Lachow
as Judge Renner
Jay Devlin
as Bill Swayze
Frank Minucci
as Greenberg
John Leone
as Dr. Saryal
Christopher Misiano
as Billy Spiros
Ellen Tobie
as Priscilla Bench
Bernard Grant
as Judge Reisman
Vince Pacimeo
as James Ameche
Jim Iorio
as Jarvis
Ross Bickell
as Ric Cushman
Lewis Gould
as Brian Pike
Bob Kaliban
as Judge Bernard Kelman
Leslie Barrett
as Appellate Judge Marshall
Siu-Kwan Lau
as David Lee
Kevin Hagen
as Det. O'Hearn
Sully Boyar
as Judge Sirkin
Fred J. Scollay
as Judge Andrew Barsky
Bill Cohen
as Waters
Lori Brown
as Martha
James Baffia
as Fered Field
John Paul Jones
as Bobby Griffen
Jeff Weiss
as Judge Romney
Heather Willihnganz
as Sandy Resnick
Janny McDonald
as Appellate Judge Fraser
Lillias White
as Ms. Purvis
Mary Lim
as Mrs. Kim
Kurt Knudson
as Arraignment Judge Waxman
Richard Litt
as Greenberg
Yvette Hawkins
as Judge Meg Sanderson
Sean Nelson
as Damon Fox
Madeleine Lee Gilford
as Judge Alice Conners
Harsh Nayyar
as Dr. R.V. Singh
Clement Fowler
as Jack Hansen
Jim Fromewick
as Stage Manager
Hyunsoo Lee
as Mrs. Lee
Suzanne Toren
as Anna Rossi
Lynda Gravatt
as Antoinette
Omar Scroggins
as Luther Heywood
Elizabeth Swackhamer
as Felicia Jennings
Tony Devon
as Melendez
Paul F. O'Brien
as Off. Barnes
Chester A. Sims
as Appellate Judge Humphrey
Linda Froehlich
as Reporter #1
Drew Militano
as Court Clerk
Larry Attile
as Stefansky
Jeremy Gold
as Perkins
Judy Franks
as Appellate Judge Bryant
Michael Knmurov
as Alex Walinsky
Billy Strong
as Archie Borden
Ira Wheeler
as Appellate Judge Bloom
Jordan Leeds
as Dr. Lawson
Tanganyika
as Evelyn
Sam Fontana
as Manning
Cedric Young
as Reporter #2
Adina Porter
as Sheryl Decker
Melissa Hurst
as Juror #13
Tony Orbach
as 1st Reporter
Francesca Rizzo
as Mrs.O'Connor
Rosanna Carter
as Old Woman
Patrick McCullough
as Jury Foreman
Paul David Ross
as Superintendant
Anthony Thomas
as Michael Tully
Joe Bacino
as Shelby
Tiger Haynes
as Old Man
Elizabeth Rodriguez
as Elvira Juarez
Daniel Zelman
as Bruce Abelson
Howard Blakey
as Jury Foreman
Matthew Lewis
as Judge Eli Link
Frank Anderson
as Court Clerk
Whit Vernon
as Juror #14 (Mr. Stern)
Dick Roberts
as Chief Tribunal Attorney
Juan Cruz
as Angel Ramirez
Tom Nash
as 2nd Reporter
Tracy Griswold
as Greg Adamson
Gia Galeano
as Detective
Nick Kaledin
as Hospital Reporter #1
Sharon Watroba
as Jury Forewoman
Lew Resseguie
as Bartender
Fred Burrell
as Dr. Bradley
Vic Noto
as Parking Attendant
Bernadette Quigley
as Young Woman
Saul Stein
as Bruno D'Angelo
Bob Loehmann
as Bailiff
Dana Vance
as Jury Forewoman
Carl Cofield
as Ott's Assistant
Jay Spadaro
as Court Clerk
Christopher Rubin
as Det. Samuels
George Hughes
as 1st Technician
Anne Swift
as Mrs. Creighton
Paul Fediani
as Number Four
Monica Bell
as Hospital Reporter #2
Jim Siatkowski
as Trial Court Clerk
Cheryl Adam
as Wendy Berman
Elaine Eldridge
as Mildred Bauer
Wally Dunn
as Asst. ME Jonas
Rich Ramirez
as Jenkins
Billy Gillespie
as Reporter #1
Bob Corren
as Medill
Kevin Amalia
as Wheeler
Sharon Angela
as Brenda McCarthy
Reade Kelly
as Jury Foreman
Joel Blake
as Murphy
Michael Hunwold
as Policeman #1
Mark Stein
as Jury Foreman
George Hosmer
as Arraignment Court Clerk
Arnold Mazer
as Cableman
Robert Cea
as Stokes
Tim Artz
as Kelly
Kay Walbye
as Jury Forewoman
Matthew Conlon
as CSU Begley
Mimi Randolph
as Carlotta
Ann Coleman
as Jury Forewoman
Paul Singer
as Policeman #2
Herbert Rubens
as Wallengren
Jon Vandertholen
as CSU Landrau
Merrill Holtzman
as Court Clerk
William Pitts
as Jury Foreman
Jose Rabelo
as Ramirez
Oni Faida Lampley
as Barbara Kennedy
Dadi Pinero
as Carillo
Matt Conley
as Jury Foreman
David Rosenbaum
as Arraignment Judge Berman
Ron Ostrow
as CSU Technician #1
Jernard Burks
as Large Man
Jim Clark
as Truck Driver
Dan Karlok
as Court Clerk
Mary Perek
as Pamela Ortiz
John M. Roner
as Kenneally
Vincent Angell
as CSU Technician #2
Jody Wood
as Paramedic
Jerold Goldstein
as CSU Meyers
Amanda KC
as Customer
Yvonne Warden
as Jury Forewoman
Marc Plastrik
as Court Clerk
Ken Larsen
as Policeman #1
Tom Wade
as Keith
Michael F. Boyle
as Policeman #2
Billy Vann
as CSU Tech
Lynn Chase
as Jury Forewoman
Nora Elcar
as Jury Forewoman
Mark Lotito
as Policeman #1
Lou Martini Jr.
as Uniformed Policeman
Michael Noth
as Court Clerk
Toni James
as Court Clerk
Joseph Mosso
as Policeman #2
Betty Vaughn
as Black Woman
Garland Whitt
as Black Teen
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