PBS's premier science-documentary series, which has won six Peabody Awards and more than 20 Emmys (four in 2002 alone) since its 1974 debut. `Nova' clearly, and often engagingly, `demystifies' a vast range of science, technology and history topics---past and present---and doesn't neglect the human aspect of the story. Its many memorable shows include 1983's `The Miracle of Life,' about the conception and development of a fetus (which was remade in 2001); and 2002's `Why the Towers Fell.'

Guest Stars

Frances O'Connor
Emma Darwin
3 Episodes (2009-2009)
Joe Morton
3 Episodes (2000-2002)
Henry Ian Cusick
Charles Darwin
3 Episodes (2009-2009)
Emily Woof
Lise Meitner
1 Episode (2008)
George Layton
Emilie's Father
1 Episode (2008)
John Castle
David Irving
1 Episode (2000)
Julian Rhind-Tutt
Antoine-Laurent Vavoisier
1 Episode (2008)
Ruben Santiago-Hudson
Percy Julian
1 Episode (2007)
Simon Callow
Galileo Galilei
1 Episode (2004)
Michael Byrne
Richard Rampton
1 Episode (2000)
Aidan McArdle
Albert Einstein
1 Episode (2008)
Brendan Styles
Hermann Einstein
1 Episode (2008)
Di Trevis
Baroness de la Garde
1 Episode (2008)
Ian Duncan
Charles de Breteuil
1 Episode (2001)
Jere Shea
George Soper
1 Episode (2004)
Mike Sarne
Prof. Fritz Muhlberg
1 Episode (2008)
Natalie Rose
Dr. Josephine Baker
1 Episode (2004)
Richard Henshall
James Clerk Maxwell
1 Episode (2008)
Sam West
Humphrey Davy
1 Episode (2008)
Scott Handy
Isaac Newton
1 Episode (2008)
Ty Glaser
Marie Anne Lavioisier
1 Episode (2008)


Director (39 Credits)
Producer (84 Credits)
Co-Executive Producer (1 Credit)
Hair Styles (1 Credit)
Photographer (1 Credit)
Consulting Producer (1 Credit)

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