- John Robinson as Sir Richard Burton
- Normand Fauteux as Zero
- Dianne Heatherington as Mary
- Richardo Keens-Douglas as George
- Charlotte Boisjoli as Maman, Zero's mother
- Brenda Kamino as Dr. Cheng, Zero's doctor
- Michael Callen as Miss HIV
- Marla Lukofsky as African Green Monkey
- Von Flores as Ray (ACT UP member)
- Scott Hurst as Michael (ACT UP member)
- Duncan McIntosh as Ross (ACT UP member)
Real-life television journalist Ann Medina has a brief role as a television reporter. Co-producer Louise Garfield makes a cameo appearance playing a virus, co-producer Anna Stratton appears as a drug company executive and composer Glenn Schellenberg plays a bathhouse attendant.
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