Crusher's replacement for the whole of season 2. None of them were ever billed as main characters. Of course, the argument could be made that if everyone on that show who appeared regularly received billing in the opening sequence, the sequence would take up half the episode. Mike has been in every episode so far but the first three, but was billed as a guest star until his third and final season. Fortunately, he still got credit for everything else he did, and the cast issue was rectified in season 2. He's killed in the season 3 finale, but revived in the second episode of season 4, and eventually promoted to the 'Starring' cast midway through that season, although he still doesn't appear in the title sequence with the main four characters.
This is especially odd as Sarah Wynter Kate Warner , James Badge Dale Chase Edmunds , and Leslie Hope Teri Bauer all appeared in only one season each, yet received regular cast billing for their respective seasons. They were both upgraded to regulars for the third season. All of them played major characters. Oddly, Rochelle Aytes, Riley Smith, and Mircea Monroe were not in all six episodes, but were listed in the opening credits.
They finally started being listed as members of the regular cast in 2002. She also provides the voice for Rochelle in Left 4 Dead 2. Rupert Graves Lestrade , Una Stubbs Mrs. In fact, the only name in the opening titles was Peter Horton. Jan Harvey was given a special credit at the start of each episode and, strangely, Leslie Ash was accorded for the first two episodes as well as , but Paula Hunt as new team member Alex was simply listed on the closing credits, despite appearing in every episode. Similarly, like Carlos Bernard, Penny Johnson Jerald Sherry Palmer was in nearly every episode of the first season and didn't join the main cast until the second.
By mid season onward she gets a significant amount of screen time equal or more than Lee Noris as Minkus who receives top billing while Fishel is relegated to guest star. The second season however added her to it. Jeremy Kent Jackson, who played Douglas Davenport, is a similar case; while originally only a recurring villain, following his he appeared regularly, and in Season 4 he tends to appear just as often, if not more so, than his brother. The show is a crossover between the four main Marvel Netflix shows: , , , and , and as such, only their actors and the main villains received top billing. This is because he was not added to the show until after the original pilot was produced, and none of the other cast members were willing to renegotiate their contracts for lower billing.
This may be partly due to the fact that Al, his character, was meant to be a temporary replacement for the intended Tool Time assistant during the original actor's unavailability, and managed to stick around instead. Interestingly, he was only supposed to be a temporary character, but that quickly changed before season two. Philip Scozzarella, Otto Sanchez, Carl DiMaggio, Timothy L. This continued through season 8, when the credits were changed to reflect David Duchovny's absence from the show, but still only had Gillian Anderson and in it. Woodside Wayne Palmer , and Louis Lombardi Edgar Stiles all notably appeared in all 24 episodes of a season notably remaining vital to that year's events the entire time before being upgradged to main cast the following one. They got the hint and she received a in the next season.
She doesn't appear till the 4th episode and appears in very few for the next handful of episodes. This may have been accidental, given that they appeared in the opening sequence. Despite appearing in every single episode not to mention the show's title sequence montage of the first season, he was billed as a guest star. Many regular nurses and receptionists who appear in every episode receive guest star billing. In season 4, they were promoted to the main cast meaning they'd be billed for all 13 episodes of the season, even episodes where they were absent.
This does not go without lampshading. A similar case can be made with Angel Parker Tasha. Hartman, Edna was the only character the late Marcia Wallace voiced she could have been included in the regular cast like Yeardley Smith, who also only voices one character, but decided against it. Even better, received early warning that the show would be canceled and brought them back in for the finales, but who knows how much his original plan involved them.
The producers' refusal to upgrade him to main cast member caused him to walk out between season 2 and 3. Henwick's character, Colleen Wing, is a former member of The Hand, the villainous organization. Rochelle Aytes born May 17, 1976 is an American actress. He eventually gets the starting Season 5, which doesn't last long because he dies early in Season 6.