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  • 2001 - Emmy - Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series - nominated
  • 2001 - American Film Institute - Best Male Actor in a Television Series - nominated

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Anthony Heald
Scott Guber
Chi McBride
Steven Harper
Fyvush Finkel
Harvey Lipschultz

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