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Heroes (2006/II TV series)

cast
Santiago Cabrera ... Isaac Mendez Tawny Cypress ... Simone Deveaux Noah Gray-Cabey ... Micah Sanders Ali Larter ... Niki Sanders Masi Oka ... Hiro Nakamura Hayden Panettiere ... Claire Bennet Adrian Pasdar ... Nathan Petrelli Sendhil Ramamurthy ... Mohinder Suresh Milo Ventimiglia ... Peter Petrelli Cristine Rose ... Angela Petrelli Jack Coleman ... Mr. Bennet Ashley Crow ... Sandra Bennet Thomas Dekker ... Zach Shishir Kurup ... Nirand James Kyson Lee ... Ando Masahashi John Prosky ... Principal Deirdre Quinn ... Tina Brian Tarantina ... Weasel Richard Roundtree ... Charles Deveaux Randall Bentley ... Lyle Bennet Max Amini ... Cabbie Claudia DiFolco ... Reporter Milos Milicevic ... Big Guy David Ury ... Super Greg Wrangler ... Fire Chief Tohoru Masamune ... Boss at Yamagata
From creator/writer Tim Kring (NBC's "Crossing Jordan") comes "Heroes," an epic drama that chronicles the lives of ordinary people who discover they possess extraordinary abilities. As a total eclipse casts its shadow across the globe, a genetics professor (Sendhil Ramamurthy, "Blind Guy Driving") in India is led by father's disappearance to uncover a secret theory -- there are people with super powers living among us. A young dreamer (Milo Ventimiglia, "Gilmore Girls") tries to convince his politician brother (Adrian Pasdar, "Judging Amy") that he can fly. A high school cheerleader (Hayden Panettiere, "Ice Princess") learns that she is totally indestructible. A Las Vegas stripper (Ali Larter, "Final Destination"), struggling to make ends meet to support her young son (Noah Gray-Cabey, "My Wife & Kids"), discovers that her mirror image has a secret. A fugitive from justice (Leonard Roberts, "Buffy the Vampire Slayer") continues to baffle authorities who twice have been unable to contain him. A gifted artist (Santiago Cabrera, "Empire"), whose drug addiction is destroying his life and relationship with his girlfriend (Tawny Cypress, NBC's "Third Watch"), can paint the future. A down-on-his-luck Los Angeles beat cop (Greg Grunberg, "Alias") can hear people's thoughts, which puts him on the trail of an elusive serial killer. In Japan, a young man (Masi Oka, NBC's "Scrubs") develops a way to stop time through sheer will power. Their ultimate destiny is nothing less than saving the world… Joining Kring as executive producer are Dennis Hammer (NBC's "Crossing Jordan") and Allan Arkush (NBC's "Crossing Jordan"). David Semel ("House") executive-produced and directed the pilot. The drama is produced by NBC Universal Television Studio.