Search For Tomorrow - Notable Guest Stars

Notable Guest Stars

Many well-known film and television actors appeared on Search during its 35 year run:

  • George Maharis (Bud Gardner)
  • Don Knotts (Wilbur Peterson)
  • Ken Kercheval (Dr. Nick Hunter)
  • Larry Hagman (Curt Williams)
  • Audra Lindley (Sue Knowles)
  • Susan Sarandon (Sarah Fairbanks)
  • John James (Tom Bergman)
  • Kevin Kline (Woody Reed)
  • Morgan Fairchild (Jennifer Pace)
  • Kevin Bacon (Todd Adamson)
  • Cynthia Gibb (Susan 'Suzi' Martin Wyatt)
  • Michael Corbett (Warren Carter)
  • Olympia Dukakis (Dr. Barbara Moreno)
  • Viggo Mortensen (Bragg)
  • Jane Krakowski (Theresa Rebecca "T.R." Kendall)
  • Joanna Going (Evie Stone)
  • Audrey Landers (Connie)
  • Lee Grant (Rose Peterson)
  • Sandy Duncan (Helen)
  • Barbara Babcock (Gwen Delon)
  • Meg Myles (Mavis Stone)
  • Barbara Luna (Anna Ryder)
  • Domini Blythe (Estelle Kendall)
  • Michelle Joyner (Sarah Whiting)
  • Jacqueline Schultz (Patti Tate Whiting McCleary)
  • Patsy Pease (Cissy Mitchell Sentell)
  • Adam Storke (Andrew Ryder)
  • Jennifer Gatti (Angela Moreno)
  • Damion Scheller (Joshua Moreno)
  • Angela Bassett (Selina McCulla)
  • Lisa Peluso (Wendy Wilkins)
  • Louise Shaffer (Stephanie Wilkins)
  • Ann Williams (Eunice Gardner Wyatt)
  • Roger Montalto (Italian Baby)
  • Colleen Dion (Evie Stone)
  • Patrick Tovatt (Matt & Malcolm McCleary)

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