Treat Williams - Dr. Andrew 'Andy' Brown
Gregory Smith - Ephram Brown
Emily VanCamp - Amy Abbott
Debra Mooney - Edna Harper

John Beasley - Irv Harper

Vivien Cardone - Delia Brown
Chris Pratt - Bright Abbott
Tom Amandes - Dr. Harold
Stephanie Niznik - Nina Feeney
Merrilyn Gann - Rose Abbott
Scott Wolf - Dr. Jake Hartman
Sarah Drew - Hannah Rogers

Jan Broberg Felt - Louise

Sarah Lancaster - Madison Kellner

Marcia Cross - Dr. Linda Abbott

Justin Baldoni - Reid Bardem

Mike Erwin - Colin Hart
Whitney Lee - Brittany Clark

Nancy Everhard - Sharon Hart

Ben Hammond - Sam Feeney

Nora Zehetner - Laynie Hart

Lee Garlington - Brenda Baxworth
Katie Millar - Page

Anne Heche - Amanda Hayes
Micaela Nelligan - Martha Thompson

Gordon Johnson - Mr. Jensen

September 16, 2002 - June 5, 2006


The WB

is an American television serious drama (with comedic moments) series set in the fictional small town of Everwood, Colorado. The show starts with the arrival of Dr. Andrew Brown (Treat Williams), a successful Manhattan neurosurgeon who decides to start a new life with his 9-year-old daughter Delia and 15-year-old son Ephram in the idyllic Colorado town Everwood after his wife died. He chose the town of Everwood because of his late wife's emotional attachment to the small town. But the move proved to be more than what they have bargained for, as they all discover how hard it is to try to fit in the tight-knit Everwood community, get to know Everwood people and have relationships develop and change for the better.

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The Wonder Years

The Wonder Years

Fred Savage - Kevin Arnold
Dan Lauria - John "Jack" Arnold
Alley Mills - Norma Arnold
Josh Saviano - Paul Joshua Pfeiffer
Olivia d'Abo - Karen Arnold
Jason Hervey - Wayne Arnold
Danica McKellar - Gwendolyn "Winnie" Cooper
David Huddleston - Grandpa Albert Arnold
Michael Tricario - Randy Mitchell
Brandon Crane - Doug Porter
Crystal McKellar - Rebecca "Becky" Slater
Sean Baca - Craig Hobson
Krista Murphy - Carla Healy
Robert Picardo - Coach Cutlip
Wendel Meldrum - Miss White / Heimer
Ben Stein - Mr. Cantwell
Andy Berman - Chuck Coleman
Giovanni Ribisi - Jeff Billings
Lindsay Sloane - Alice Pedermeir
Juliette Lewis - Delores
Scott Menville - Dave "Wart" Shafter
Julie Condra - Madeline Adams
Lisa Gerber - Cara
Torrey Anne Cook - Debbie Pfeiffer
Josh Moskoff - Alvin Pfeiffer
Stephanie Satie - Ida Pfeiffer
Don Jeffcoat - Eric Antonio
Eric Lloyd - Young Kevin
David Schwimmer - Michael
Steven Gilborn - Mr. Collins
Buster "Skippy" Arnold

March 15, 1988 - May 12, 1993

ABC Network

The Wonder Years is an Emmy Award-winning American television dramedy about the wistful and whimsical nostalgia of a 12-year-old boy coming of age in the late 1960s and early '70s. The story begins with childhood friends Kevin, Paul and Winnie on the verge of starting junior high school in 1968. Winnie's elder brother was just killed in action in Vietnam, Kevin meets Winnie in a nearby wooded area called Harpers Woods, and they end up sharing their first kiss.

The Wonder Years originally ran on ABC Network from March 15, 1988 through May 12, 1993.

The Wonder Years Links:

  • The Wonder Years Fan Site Interesting facts and a history of the show, polls, favorite quotes & scenes, and links to other sites.