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Due South (1994 - 1998)

Due South (1994 - 1998)

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83%

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Series Info

An upright Mountie cracks cases alongside a savvy Chicago detective in a wry cult series that playfully deconstructs American and Canadian stereotypes, while providing enough cast chemistry and plot surprises to make this one of the more fondly remembered '90s crime dramas.
Creator: Paul Haggis

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Seasons

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1997, CBS, 26 episodes

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1995, CBS, 18 episodes

68%
Critics Consensus: Predictable and sweet-natured, Due South goes down easy thanks to Paul Gross' gallant charm.

1994, CBS, 24 episodes

Cast

Paul Gross
as Constable Benton Fraser
David Marciano
as Det. Ray Vecchio
Beau Starr
as Capt. Welsh
Ramona Milano
as Francesca Vecchio
Catherine Bruhier
as Elaine Bresbriss
Camilla Scott
as Insp. Meg Thatcher
Callum Keith Rennie
as Det. Stanley Kowalski
Kevin Rushton
as Construction Worker
Ken Pogue
as Gerard
Leslie Nielsen
as Sgt. Duncan `Buck' Frobisher
Alex Carter
as Agent Smith
Mark Melymick
as Agent Deeter
Tyrone Benskin
as Mr. Shawl
Hugh Thompson
as Torrance
August Schellenberg
as Gilbert Wallace
Stephen Shellen
as Eddie Beets
Bo Svenson
as Muldoon
Jack Nicholsen
as Caulfield
Rino Romano
as Ian MacDonald
David Calderisi
as Vecchio Sr. (Ghost)
Rummy Bishop
as Cleaning Salesman
Shay Duffin
as Father Behan
George Bloomfield
as Video Customer
Stacy Haiduk
as Janice DeLuca
Deborah Rennard
as Dr. Esther Pearson
Kaye Ballard
as Mrs. Vecchio
Al Cozlick
as Officer Cuthbert
Jared Wall
as Robbie
Salome Bey
as Momma Lolla
Redge Green
as Hamish Carter
Art Hindle
as Robert Bedford
Andrew McLean
as Deron Martin
Robert Clothier
as Mr. Potter
Sam Moses
as Mr. Mustafi
George Buza
as George Welker
Marc Donato
as Little Boy
Sherry Miller
as Cmdr. Sherry O'Neill
Jim Bracchitta
as Frank Zuko
Chris Collins
as Jamal Martin
David Esiner
as Dr. Howard
Denise Virieux
as Michelle Duchamp
Alison Sealy-Smith
as Mrs. Cameron
Shawn Thompson
as Maxwell/Percy
Al Waxman
as Leggett
Clarice Taylor
as Mrs. Chaffey
Vlasta Vrana
as Henri Clouthier
Lisa Jakub
as Diplomat's Daughter
Victor Ertmanis
as Staff Sgt. Meers
Beth Amos
as Mrs. McGuffin
Deborah Tennant
as Daphne Kelly
Trevor Blumas
as Young Fraser
Kevin Hicks
as Henderson
Laurie Holden
as Jill Kennedy
Chelsi Smith
as Wife No. 1
Mike Hodge
as Linus Prince
Leonard Roberts
as Basketball Player
Scott Hylands
as Gen. LaSalle
Bruce Weitz
as Huck Bogart
Ardon Bess
as Mr. Porter
Michelle Wright
as Country Singer
Ken Foree
as Macon Lacroix
Richard Yearwood
as Special Agent Bush
Isiah Thomas
as Himself
Colm Feore
as Paroled Arsonist
Ron White
as Kevin Spencer
Angela Moore
as Head Nurse
Teri Polo
as Stephanie
Kate Trotter
as Nurse Unger
Karyn Dwyer
as Mary Ann
Aron Tager
as Nelson
Ho Chow
as Jimmy
Judah Katz
as Judge Sherman
John Bourgeois
as Col. Shank
Ross Hull
as Keith
Roger Montgomery
as State Trooper
Sam Coppola
as Cabrini
Matthew Bennett
as Special Agent Casey
Wendy Crewson
as Bounty Hunter
Yu Lu
as Chinatown restaurateur
Rino Ramano
as Ian MacDonald
Eric Christmas
as Chess Mate
Tracey Cook
as Charest
Shanna Moakler
as Wife No. 2
Wanda Cannon
as Olivia Murtagh
Charles Shamata
as Capt. Welsh
Maria Ricossa
as Furniture Mover
Allan Murley
as Attorney
Marilyn Boyle
as Waitress
Michele Scarabelli
as Sister Anne
Michael Rhoades
as Officer Benedict
Tracy Cook
as Dawn Charest
Rodney A. Grant
as Fraser's old friend
Lisa Houle
as Madeline
Lauren Holden
as Therapist
Jason Blicker
as Special Agent Helms
Lisa Engelman
as Exotic Dancer
Max Gail
as Welsh's brother
Susan Gibney
as Suzanne Chaplin
Andrew Jackson
as Duff Hogan
Karl Pruner
as Landlord
Raye Birk
as The vengeful brother
Djanet Sears
as Public Defender
Ron Lea
as Mr. Nichols
Graham McPherson
as Dr. Martins
Johnathan Banks
as Homeless Man
Milton Berle
as Shelley Litvak
Ellen Dubin
as Miss Sheldrake
David Eisner
as Dr. Howard
Robert Benson
as Mr. Porro
Maria Bello
as Mackenzie King
Richard E. Hardacre
as Mercedes Driver
Razie Brownstone
as Mrs. Klapp
Dayo Ade
as Trevor
Tsai Chin
as Mrs. Lee
Reg Dreger
as Brendan
Gary Reineke
as Judge Brock
Falconer Abraham
as Bomb Squad Leader
Ken Quinn
as Chili Cook
Craig Eldridge
as Criminalist
Geza Kovacs
as Marshak
Eric Fink
as Maitre D'
Yu Kun Lu
as Henry Lee
Paulina B. Abarca
as Rosanna Torres
Stewart Arnott
as FBI Agent Borland
Carl Gordon
as Herb Colling
Joan Heney
as Brenda
Jane Krakowski
as Bride-to-Be
Louis Del Grande
as Chicken Breeder
Norman Spencer
as Agent Shorren
Frances Hyland
as Benton's Grandmother
Frank McAnulty
as Frank Eddie
James Gallanders
as Mark Ordover
Roger Dunn
as Store Owner
Frank Moore
as Johnstone
Tony Rosato
as Clifford
Fab Filippo
as Pizza-delivery boy
Michael Rhodes
as Arnold Benedict
Kateefa
as Shoemaker
Dick Anthony Williams
as ATF Agent McFadden
Kevin Frank
as Animal Control Officer
Azura Bates
as 6-Year-Old
Edgar George
as Paramedic
Robbie Rox
as Al Grosso
Dave Nichols
as Van Slyke
Philip Williams
as Lloyd P. Nash
Nick Johne
as Turner
Aidan Devine
as Robert Kruger
Paul Soles
as Creeve
John Carroll
as Boat Captain
Andy Marshall
as Resident
Lindsay Merrithew
as John Robinson
Kevin Ruston
as Undercover Cop
Vincent Marino
as Fiorentino
Nicholas Rice
as Sinclair
Karen Glave
as Darlene
Ernie Grunwald
as Morgue Attendant
Walker Boone
as Crew Chief
Ben Gordon
as Oliver
Jefferson Mappin
as Gun Shop Owner
Mark Lutz
as Off. Graham
Marium Carvell
as Asst. Bank Manager
Johnie Chase
as Mr. Klein
Tim Rykert
as Agent McTavish
Jackie Richardson
as Receptionist
Kirsten Kieferle
as Cameraman/Racine
Elena Kudaba
as Celeste
Brian King
as Marshal #2
Joe Pingue
as Jimmy Roastbeef
Dan MacDonald
as Craig Murphy
Lloyd Adams
as Agent Phelps
Adriana Galic
as Ms. Downing
Lloyd White
as Neighbor
Scott Wickware
as Terrorist/Albee
Tony Ning
as Vincent Ho
Gil Rivera Blas
as Transvestite
Mark Taylor
as Punk #1
Roy Lewis
as Manager
Ed Sahely
as Hamlin
Don R. McManus
as Santa Claus
Bob Fisher
as Bonilla
Ashley Brown
as 12 Year Old Agent #1
Arthur Eng
as Waiter
Benjamin Plener
as 12 Year Old Agent #2
Douglas O'Keefe
as Team Leader
Claire Cellucci
as Choir Singer
Joe Lisi
as Lennox
Branko Racki
as ATF Agent #2
Darlene Mignacco
as Mrs. Garcia
James Allodi
as Asst. States Attorney
Judith Scott
as Head Nurse
Catherine McNally
as Parole Officer
Marlow Vella
as Anthony
Bruce McFee
as Tommy Moran
Neville Edwards
as Boot Carrier
Sheldon Davis
as William Holmes
James Collins
as Prison Guard
Nahanni Johnstone
as Store Clerk
Nicky Guadagni
as Judge Shore
Jonathan Bates
as 12 Year Old Agent #3
Michael Blake
as Solider #1
Kenneth Wickes
as Train Conductor
Rina Polley
as Campaign Manager
Neil Foster
as Computer Guy
Sandi Stahlbrand
as Pert Reporter
Mike Shara
as Soldier #2
Aaron Ashmore
as Teenager
Robert Racki
as Goon #2
Terry Hart
as Bailiff
Glen Avigdor
as Rivera Owner
Robert King
as Norm Petitt
Warren Sulatycky
as Child Welfare Agent
Garfield Andrews
as Child Welfare Officer
Genny Iannucci
as Female Guest
James Binkley
as Soldier #3
Jim Feather
as Hansom Cabbie
Alexe Duncan
as Homeless Woman
Marvin Ishmael
as C.M. Niffug
Rufus Crawford
as Museum Guard
Andrew Scorer
as Lobby Transient #1
Daniel Enright
as Punch Bowl Boy
A. Frank Ruffo
as Café Owner
David Talbot
as Scientist
Jacques Mercier
as Train Engineer
Christopher Earle
as Rental Clerk
Pedro Salvin
as Mexican Official
Paul O'Sullivan
as Parking Attendant
Quancetia Hamilton
as Basement Clerk
Steve Behal
as Forensic Chief
Alisa Wiegers
as Specialist
Freddy Proia
as Bus Patron
Heidi Hatashita
as Press Reporter
Robert Seale
as Tobacco Manager
Tony Perri
as Waiter
Ed Fielding
as City Council Transient
Michael Dwyer
as Singing Mountie #3
Bernard Kay
as Juror #4
Brent Titcomb
as Transient
Jerry Schaefer
as Council Clerk
John Kyle Grady
as Singing Mountie #5
Edward Jaunz
as Uniform Cop
Edward Jaunz
as Uniform Cop
Paul Thomas Gordon
as Well-Dressed Mark
Michael MacLennan
as Singing Mountie #7
Vince Marinelli
as Young Thug #1
Nora Sheehan
as Female Politician
Shawn Wright
as Singing Mountie #9
Gary Fruchtman
as Middleaged Politician
Stephen Sparks
as Singing Mountie #10
John S. Davies
as Older Politician
John Jarvis
as Suburban Man
Patrick McManus
as Singing Mountie #12
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Series Details

TV Network: CBS
Premiere Date: Apr 23, 1994
Genre: Drama
Executive Producers: Paul Gross, Paul Haggis, Jeff King, R.B. Carney
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