John Doe (2002–2003)
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A woman shows up with a young boy, and claims this is his son. She was part of a project that John may have participated in. Several geniuses donated genetic material, any one of them ... See full summary »

Director:

Frederick King Keller (as Fred Keller)

Writers:

Brandon Camp (creator), Mike Thompson (creator) | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Dominic Purcell ... John Doe
Jayne Brook ... Jamie Avery
John Marshall Jones ... Frank Hayes
Sprague Grayden ... Karen Kawalski
William Forsythe ... Digger
Grace Zabriskie ... Yellow Teeth
Ryan Hurst ... Elvis Braithwaite
Alanna Ubach ... Dionne Walker
Joel Murray ... Dante Langenhan
Daryl Sabara ... Wesley Silver
Gary Werntz Gary Werntz ... Trenchcoat
David Lewis ... Stu
Michelle Hart Michelle Hart ... Nance Fenton
Leslie Hopps ... Althea Silver
Meshach Peters Meshach Peters ... Tyler Hayes
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Storyline

A woman shows up with a young boy, and claims this is his son. She was part of a project that John may have participated in. Several geniuses donated genetic material, any one of them including John may be the boy's father. Someone is killing the donors, the race is on to find the killer and the boy's father. Written by Jesse Sanchez

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Genres:

Drama | Mystery | Sci-Fi

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Country:

Canada | USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

8 November 2002 (USA) See more »

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Color
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Quotes

John Doe: I know everything about fatherhood. I don't know anything about being a dad.
Frank Hayes: Now *that's* the smartest thing you've ever said.
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Soundtracks

Reviving Ophelia
Co-written by Robert Wells and Joseph Wells
Performed by eleventeen
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