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About this title

Storyline

A crime drama mixed with healthy doses of the surreal, this series is about FBI Agent Dale Cooper, who travels to the small logging town of Twin Peaks to solve the murder of seemingly innocent high schooler Laura Palmer. Almost nothing is as it seems, however, and the show's sometimes eerie visuals, oddball characters and wild dream sequences drive the point home.

Official Sites: Official IMDb, Official Facebook |  See more »

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: April 8, 1990

Also Known As: ツイン・ピークス, Твин Пикс (3 сезон) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

small town
secret
fbi
deputy sheriff

Company Credits

Production Co: Lynch/Frost Productions, Propaganda Films |  See more »

Cast

Steven Hodges
as Road House Band Member
Harry Dean Stanton
Brian Straub
as Einar Thorson
Michael Ontkean
as Sheriff Harry S. Truman
Molly Shannon
as Judy Swain
Lance Davis
as Chet (segment 'Invitation To Love')
Kimmy Robertson
as Lucy Moran
Charles Miller
as Doctor
Beverly Gordon
as Mrs. Brunston
Arnie Stenseth
as Sven Jorgenson
Lesli Linka Glatter
as One-Eyed Jacks' Servant
Robert Bauer
as Johnny Horne
Arvo Katajisto
as Security Guard
Jula Bell
as Girl at One Eyed Jacks with Vacuum Cleaner
James Marshall
as James Hurley
Heather Graham
as Annie Blackburn
Sandra Kaye Wetzel
as Nurse
Andrea Hays
as Heidi
JC Motes
as Double R Diner Cook
Harry Goaz
as Deputy Andy Brennan
Kenneth Welsh
as Windom Earle
William Ungerman
as Road House Band Member
Chris Mulkey
as Hank Jennings
Hank Worden
as Waiter
Leonard Ray
as Lounge Local
Bellina Logan
as Desk Clerk
Jack McGee
as Bartender
Ted Raimi
as Heavy Metal Youth
Ron Taylor
as Coach Wingate
Rodney Harvey
as Biker Scotty
Phoebe Augustine
as Ronette Pulaski/Ronnette Pulaski
Ritch Brinkley
as D.A. Daryl Lodwick
Joseph 'Simon' Szeibert
as Road House Band Member
Frank Silva
as Bob
Craig MacLachlan
as The Dead Man
Grace Zabriskie
as Sarah Palmer
John Boylan
as Mayor Dwayne Milford/Mayor Milford/Dwayne Milford
Don Amendolia
as Emory Battis
Robyn Lively
as Lana Budding Milford
Wendy Robie
as Nadine Hurley
Diane Caldwell
as Hotel Concierge Julie Duvic
Erika Anderson
as Emerald (segment 'Invitation To Love')/Jade (segment 'Invitation To Love')
Van Dyke Parks
as Jack Racine
Lenny von Dohlen
as Harold Smith
David L. Lander
as Tim Pinkle
Geraldine Keams
as Irene Littlehorse
Jan D'Arcy
as Sylvia Horne
Carel Struycken
as Giant/The Giant
Kellie Lumb
as USO Girl
Naomi Watts
David Patrick Kelly
as Jerry Horne
Tawnya Pettiford-Wates
as Dr. Shelvy
Catherine E. Coulson
as The Log Lady
Jimmy Scott
as Singer
Lisa Ann Cabasa
as Jenny
J. Marvin Campbell
as M. P. #1
Ian Buchanan
as Dick Tremayne
Derick Shimatsu
as Asian Man/Mr. Tojamura's Assistant
Mark Lowenthal
as Walter Neff
Michael Horse
as Deputy Tommy 'Hawk' Hill
David Chadwick
as Daniel Brenton
James Booth
as Ernie Niles
Victoria Catlin
as Blackie O'Reilly
Jane Jones
as Margaret Honeycutt
Kyle MacLachlan
as Special Agent Dale Cooper
Jessica Wallenfels
as Harriet Hayward
Mak Takano
as Asian Man/Jonathan
Charlotte Stewart
as Betty Briggs
Gérald L'Ecuyer
as Bartender
Lara Flynn Boyle
as Donna Hayward
Eric DaRe
as Leo Johnson
Piper Laurie
as Catherine Martell/Mr. Tojamura
David Duchovny
as DEA Agent Dennis/Denise Bryson
Brenda Strong
as Jones
John Apicella
as Jeffrey Marsh
Clay Wilcox
as Bernard Renault
Kathleen Wilhoite
as Gwen Morton
Julee Cruise
as Girl Singer/Singer
Mark Frost
as TV Newscaster
Galyn Görg
as Nancy/Nancy O'Reilly
Ian Abercrombie
as Tom Brockman
Tony Burton
as Colonel Riley
Peggy Lipton
as Norma Jennings
Eve Hands
as Woman Shopper
Eve Brent
as Theodora Ridgely
Tom Sizemore
Catherine Coulson
as Log Lady
Everett McGill
as Big Ed Hurley
Mädchen Amick
as Shelly Johnson
Joey Altruda
as Road House Band Member
Jill Engels
as Trudy/Trudy Chelgren
Emily Fincher
as Louise Dombrowski
Dan O'Herlihy
as Andrew Packard
Willie Garson
as Heavy Metal Roadie
Austin Jack Lynch
as Little Boy
Eamon Farren
Walter Olkewicz
as Jacques Renault
Ron Blair
as Randy St. Croix
Don Calfa
as Vice Principal Greege
Clive Rosengren
as Mr. Zipper
Mary Chalon
as Female Parole Board Member #2
David Warner
as Thomas Eckhardt
Gavan O'Herlihy
as RCMP Officer Preston King
Charles Hoyes
as Decker
Mary Stavin
as Heba
Joshua Harris
as Nicky
Matt Battaglia
as Cop
Lisa Cloud
as P. E. Teacher
Ben DiGregorio
as Max Hartman
Brett Vadset
as Joey/Joey Paulsen/Joey Paulson
Miguel Ferrer
as FBI Agent Albert Rosenfield
Alicia Witt
as Gersten Hayward
Steven A. Hite
as Patron
Tony Jay
as Dougie Milford
Claire Stansfield
as Sid
Stephen C. MacLaughlin
as Pie Eater
Robert Knepper
Warren Frost
as Dr. Will Hayward
Sheryl Lee
as Maddy Ferguson/Laura Palmer
Robert Forster
Mary Jo Deschanel
as Eileen Hayward
Betsy Lynn George
as Teen Model
Jack Nance
as Pete Martell
Jim Belushi
Chris Morrissey
as Barfly
Ed Wright
as Dell Mibbler
Royal Dano
as Judge Clinton Sternwood
Royce D. Applegate
as Rev. Clarence Brocklehurst
Annette McCarthy
as Evelyn Marsh
Laurel White
as Nurse Greta
Mae Williams
as Mrs. Tremond
Charlie Spradling
as Swabbie
Dave Bean
as Sheriff's Deputy
Susan Sundholm
as Samantha
David Wasman
as Gilman White
Frank Roberts
as Father Hutchings
Frances Bay
as Mrs. Tremond
Smokey Hormel
as Road House Band Member
Joan Chen
as Jocelyn Packard
Don S. Davis
as Maj. Garland Briggs
Jennifer Aquino
as Eolani Jacoby
Tiffany Muxlow
as Cheerleader
Ron Kirk
as Cappy
Michael M. Vendrell
as Outside Bodyguard
Dorothy Roberts
as Mrs. Jackson
Marjorie Nelson
as Janice Hogan
Al Strobel
as Phillip Michael Gerard/One-Armed Man
Russ Tamblyn
as Dr. Lawrence Jacoby
John Charles Sheeham
as Bellman
David Lynch
as FBI Regional Bureau Chief Gordon Cole/Reflection of the Man in Headphones in Police Station
Jill Pierce
as Ice-Bucket Girl
Roberta Maguire
as Maria Pulaski
Michael J. Anderson
as Man From Another Place/Man From Another Place (international version only)
Jed Mills
as Wilson Mooney
James Craven
as Male Parole Board Officer
Richard Beymer
as Benjamin Horne
Nicholas Love
as Malcolm Sloan
Ray Wise
as Leland Palmer
Dana Ashbrook
as Bobby Briggs
Alan Ogle
as Janek Pulaski
Gary Hershberger
as Mike Nelson
Kim Lentz
as Bartender
Michelle Milantoni
as Suburbis Pulaski
Robert Apisa
as Bodyguard on Stairs
Billy Zane
as John Justice Wheeler
Adele Gilbert
as Midge Loomer
Shelley Henning
as Alice Brady
Connie Woods
as New Girl at One Eyed Jacks/The New Girl at One-Eyed Jacks
Mary Bond Davis
as Female Parole Board Member #1
Will Seltzer
as Mr. Brunston
Jane Greer
as Vivian Smythe Niles
Rick Tutor
as Janek Pulaski
Clarence Williams III
as FBI Agent Roger Hardy
Michael Parks
as Jean Renault
Sherilyn Fenn
as Audrey Horne
Matthew Lillard
Rick Giolito
as Montana (segment 'Invitation To Love')/Montana - 'Invitation To Love'
Troy Evans
as George Wolchezk
Julie Hayek
as Model
Brenda E. Mathers
as Caroline/Caroline Powell Earle
Chrysta Bell
as Tammy Preston
Kevin Young
as Toad
Lorna MacMillan
as Miss Twin Peaks Contestant
Peter Michael Goetz
as Jared (segment 'Invitation To Love')
Robert Davenport
as Johnny Horne

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

1990 | 8 Episodes

Season 2

1990 | 22 Episodes

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Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

Broadcasting Press Guild Awards 1990

Winner

Broadcasting Press Guild Awards

Best Imported TV Programme

Casting Society of America, USA 1990

Winner

Casting Society of America, USA

Best Casting for TV, Dramatic Episodic

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