Zuhair Haddad is one of those actors that play the small extra roles we never remember but are always important to keep the show going. He played Anwar Sahaj in the season 3 episode called “People v. Rabb”.
After playing this role, Zuhair Haddad went on to play other small roles in many films such as The Pursuit of Happyness, The Hangover Part III, The Scorpion King and more. Watch out for that big mustache in the corner of the screen next time you watch a blockbuster movie.
Lieutenant Commander Jordan Parker, M.D. was Harm’s love interest for an entire year. That relationship was cut short when Parker was tragically killed in season 6 by the mentally unstable wife of a marine soldier.
This talented Canadian born actress has a thin list of roles in films and shows. However, if you’re looking for a big dose of Susan, you can always binge the ABC’s American soap opera, One Life to Live, where she plays Dr. Marty Saybrooke. The actress has reprised her role many times throughout the years, from 1992 and up until 2011. Talk about commitment!
Dan Lauria debuted on Season 9 of JAG in the episode “Secret Agent Man” as Allen Blaisdell, a CIA officer. And just like everything else he does, he was brilliant.
This actor has been around since the 60’s and his acting resume reads like a who’s who of crime shows speckled with romantic roles and movies. Since his time on JAG, Lauria has performed not only screen roles but also in a number of Broadway shows. He may be known to some for his epic role as Jack Arnold in the American coming-of-age comedy-drama show, “The Wonder Years”.
When the JAG team learned that terrorist Kabir Atef joined a Russian submariner and planned to shoot a missile at the U.S.S. Seahawk, our heroes had to act quickly to neutralize the threat, which meant the end for Kabir Atef on the show.
Today Francesco Quinn is best known for his breakthrough role in Platoon. Quinn was an avid motorcycle enthusiast and fluent in English, French, Spanish and Italian. His untimely death in 2011, at the age of 48 left us all in shock. His last role was a voice-over as Dino in Transformers: Dark of the Moon.
The young and charming Midshipman Michael "Mikey" Roberts, was always fighting for his father and older brother, Bud’s approval. I’ll never forget the day Michael finally stood up for himself, confronted his brother and said, "My name is Mike, not Mikey." Serious chills!
Michael must have taken much inspiration for the role from his own father who just so happens to be one of the producers of JAG. While that role certainly left its mark on us, Michael has since mostly appeared in shows produced by his dad and occasional other films such as “Kush” and “Lords of the Underworld”.