That's Life (2000 - 2002)


That's Life

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Series Info

A thirtyish New Jersey bartender enrolls in college after canceling her engagement to a long-time boyfriend. Her friends and family are divided in their support.

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2001, CBS, 13 episodes

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2000, CBS, 19 episodes

Cast

Heather Paige Kent
as Lydia DeLucca
Ellen Burstyn
as Dolly DeLucca
Paul Sorvino
as Frank DeLucca
Kevin Dillon
as Paulie DeLucca
Debi Mazar
as Jackie O'Grady
Danielle Harris
as Plum Wilkinson
Titus Welliver
as Dr. Eric Hackett
José Zúñiga
as Ray Orozco
David Cubitt
as J.T. Cole
Linda Lawson
as Mrs. Paganini
Jamie Luner
as Samantha
Swoosie Kurtz
as Valerie Wilkinson
David Barrera
as Officer Sanchez
Mike McGlone
as Patrick `Mack' MacClay
Scarlett Pomers
as Abigail Leski
Laurel Holloman
as Karen Matlin
Gregory Jbara
as Jo Jo Regosi
Brooke Winn
as Lydia Age 10
Kevin Scott Richardson
as Officer Spring
Alexa Nikolas
as Lydia Age 7
Michael Trucco
as Jason Praytor
Dan Cortese
as Professor Jeff Cahill
Jack Blessing
as Councilman Leo Kelley
Mystro Clark
as Off. Fred Johnson
Hugh O'Gorman
as Father Timothy
Vanna Salviati
as Mrs. Delia
Betty Carvalho
as Mrs. Genovese
Erica Yohn
as Aunt Aggie
Paolo Seganti
as Lorenzo DeLucca
Lia Johnson
as Megan Whitman
Brandon Welker
as Paulie Age 4
Robert Gossett
as Mr. Hensley
Pamela Gordon
as Mrs. Alvatroni
Laura Hayes
as Mrs. Marilynn Bauer
Gavin Fink
as Paulie Age 7
Doug Savant
as Dillon Cole
Mark Rosenthal
as Fred Pond
Sam Jaeger
as Andy Paulson
Sandra Purpuro
as Gena Palestina
Kyli Santiago
as Student No. 2
Isait De La Fuente
as Student No. 1
Amy Aquino
as Bernadette
Alan Blumenfeld
as Councilman Ray Benevides
Jeffrey D. Sams
as Dr. Trevor Collins
Ernie Grunwald
as Edward Fowler
Angela Paton
as Virginia Leski
Harry Shearer
as Dean of Students
John Shea
as Mr. Ashley Wilkinson
Ken Abraham
as Billy Palestina
Sharif Atkins
as Steve Savoca
Peggy Miley
as Mrs. Salimo
Cory Hardrict
as Carl Morris
Tracy Alison Walsh
as Abigail Leski
Josh Zuckerman
as Eric Feurestein
Carol Bruce
as Mrs. Jacobs
Kelvin Yu
as Student No. 1
Don Stark
as Alan Derwin
John Capodice
as John Santini
J. Karen Thomas
as Dr. Janet Reuben
Eliza Coyle
as Ms. McNamara
Tina Lifford
as Professor Ahern
Montrose Hagins
as Mrs. Jenkins
Stephen Tobolowsky
as Roger Robinson
John Mahon
as Leo Lo Presti
Shane Edelman
as Med Tech
Paul Blake
as Student Patient
Barbara Eve Harris
as Professor Irene Boyd
George Murdock
as Judge Hackman
Mary McDonnell
as Jules O'Grady
Andrea Bendewald
as Dean Pamela Orman
Albert Hall
as Chief Burdette
Rocco Olivo
as Father Fiore Renzi
Alex Nikolas
as 6-Year-Old Lydia
Lynn Wanlass
as Librarian
Magda Harout
as Carla Caminati
Carol Ann Susi
as Mrs. Tessie Dalton
Harry Danner
as Father Paul
Joel Brooks
as Mr. Sobel
Courtney Mun
as Courtney
Lisa Passero
as Mrs. Marcucci
Michael Mantell
as Radiologist
Lorinne Vozoff
as Mora Jenkins
Melissa Marsala
as Marie Jackson
Seth Colton
as Motorist
Lauren Eckstrom
as 15-Year-Old Lydia
Buddy Garion
as Mr. Pandolfolo
J.C. Quinn
as Pawnbroker
Jennie Ventriss
as Mrs. Volpi
Kim Delgado
as Jets Fan
Kenny Blank
as Student No. 1
Dan Martin
as Demolition Expert
Nora Meerbaum
as Mrs. Fagan
Jenna Stewart
as Stripper
Jennifer Alpert
as 15-Year-Old Jackie
Dori Mizrahi
as Buck Fox
Joe Bays
as Building Inspector
Grace Caroline
as 4-Year-Old Lydia
Aviva Gail
as Tatooed Girl
Carol Stanzione
as Mrs. Biscotti
Andrea Pearson
as Rule Lady
Noelle Evans
as Attractive Mother
Kent Kasper
as Dentist
Charlie Talbert
as Puppet King Lear
Brooke Bloom
as Pierced Girl
Zachary Quinto
as Sleazy Guy
Molly Morgan
as Girl in Black
Mary Bogue
as Mother of the Bride
Mary Mara
as Dr. Kate Donahue
Tangie Ambrose
as Teresa `Tree'
Katrina Phillips
as Day Care Worker
Tamir Yardenne
as Photographer
Pamela Rowan
as Mrs. Mariliee Mondano
Dennis Neal
as Construction Guy
Carol Mansell
as Mrs. O'Malley
Perry Moore
as Off. Applebaum
Yuria Kim
as Attendant
Yaniv Raz
as Lecture Wrangler
Ronald Hunter
as Surly Man
Renée Victor
as Seamstress
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Series Details

TV Network: CBS
Premiere Date: Oct 1, 2000
Genre: Drama
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