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A biography about real people who marry their "soulmates", until they learn that the person they thought they married, isn't who they say they are.

Country: United States

Type: scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: August 25, 2010

Also Known As: S kim sam zaboga, Са ким сам ја то у браку?! |  See more »

Parents Guide: United States (TV-PG)


Company Credits

Production Co: Sirens Media


Marshall Shirley
as Bryant Parker
Elise Ariel
as Beth
Annie K. Fox
as Anna's Friend/Gambler/Mandy's Friend/Victim's Friend
Wade Carter
as Roger Hargrave
Molly Nevola
as Kaydee Wilson
Lillie Jewell
as Young Shaina
Phillip Roebuck
as Gary Ridgway
Alexander Vaughn Miller
as Bartender
Delaney Reefe
as Ashton
Chris Kalman
as James Bergstrom
Ariel Myren
as Melissa
Sonia Debreczeni
as Joyce Sowa
Damiyr Shuford
as Shawn Williams
Sarah Satterwhite
as Kari Keith
Tom Gambrill
as Police Officer
Nelson Greg Sayson
as Chuck Lee
Jeffrey Klemmer
as Police Investigator
Alisa Jones
as Mother to Shawna
James Davenjay
as Matthew Woods/Police Officer
Phillip Latham
as Bar Goer
Ian Niles
as Bill
Jim Barbour
as Hit man
Elena Delia
as Krystal Kunkel
Emily Roos
as Rachel Wilson
Sowande Tichawonna
as Chris
Chelsea Reba
as Girl 1
Cailey Ryons
as Angie's Daughter
Anna Magoulas
as Jennifer Ranallo
Jennifer Flohr
as Danielle Abrams
Christopher Zash
as Levi
Ian A. Wade
as Ex-Husband
W. Keith Scott
as CID Agent
as Nurse/Other Woman
Abby Zombro
as Joylynn
Chad A. Fehr
as Police Officer
Dean Campbell
as Adam Lynch
Reed DeLisle
as Lonnie Keith
Will Steckman
as Waiter
Sharif Folks
as Willie
Anne Rosa Norland
as Christie
Tiffani Bliss Brown
as Nurse
Jonathon Ruckman
as Justice of the Peace Clerk/Mitchell Smith/Officer at Party
Tracey P. Warren
as Family Member
Patrick Opitz
as Cop 1
Jamie Bibo
as Randy's Friend
Karn Ford
as Detective
Roger Nawrocki
as Randy
Christopher Morrow
as Ernie Scherer III
Michelle Crispin
as Michelle Broome
Sofia Samrad
as Lily
Meg Scanlon
as Matthew's Friend
Kaycee Campbell
as Angie Williams
Vanessa Meadows
as Shannon
Darrin Archer
as Jason Witt
Rick Burk
as Mark Miller
Lucky Harmon
as (Feautured) Under Cover Swat
Will Amato
as Nathan Richardson
Theresa Cantone
as Sherry
Paul H Chapman
as Conrad Cini
Kristi Faye
as Michelle Schrenker
Sophia Reaves
as Ebony Woods
Corey Harris
as Michael
Dave Fairbanks
as Friend
Briana Monet' Lott
as Erin
Chrisdine King
as Kendra Beebe/Lisa Whedbee
Nelson Irizarry
as Edgar's Father
P.J. Megaw
as Husband
Twila Ilgenfritz
as Edgar's Mother
Alexis Barone
as American Student
T. Anthony Quinn
as Body snatcher/Detective/Partygoer
Lauren Keene
as Self - reporter
Paula Black
as Victim
David Clayman
as Self - Forensic Psychologist
Pete Garvey
as Rob Whedbee
Debbie Hartner
Chris Condetti
as Police Officer
Chris Conlon
as Rocco (Hitman)
Ayanna S. Flemings
as Nurse
Joy Desomber
as Self
Isa Nichols
as Self
Matt Gulbranson
as Chief of Police/Detective/FBI Agent/Joe Wood's Commander/John Perry's Work Associate/Police Officer
Judith Mawson
as Self
Kendra Beebe
as Self
Annie Gill
as Kathleen
Rachel Gray
as Cult Wife/Louise Gallagher
Stephen Medvidick
as Darrell Wilson
Pete Bergen
as Sherriff
Scott Zeiss
as John Bouchard/Robert Cash
Diana Abrecht
as Bartender/Nurse
Sofia Pellegrino
as Working girl
John Wells
as Police Officer
Joe Barlam
as Jack Ranallo
Natasha 'Breezy' Malone
as Mistress
Peter Chiamardas
as Sheriff
Kyle Schliefer
as Young Billy
Lance Channing
as Officer LaMarche
Mechelle Lassiter
as Bobbi Ann Finley
Julie Victoria Hansen
as Jodi Arias
Peter Muggleworth
as Bartender/Detective
Benjamin Loeh
as Sgt. Patterson/Home Run Hitter
Nayab Hussain
as Nabella Henry
Brett Burrier
as Scott Wellington
William Powell
as Detective/FBI Agent
Donnell Mclean
as Police Officer 2
Hannah Tauler
as Young Lizzie
Sammy Smedley
as Kate
Autumn Walton
as Angie's Daughter
Jessica Inzeo
as Bar Patron
Ken Stulik
as Cop 2
Sarah Middlemiss
as Cop 2
Gary Ayash
as Police Officer
Mikayla Kelley
as Barbra Mastromarino
C.J. Lancione
as Amber's friend
Mary Richards
as Friend
Richard Brown
as Bartender
Maria Cecile Callier
as Wife and Mother
Erin Nordseth
as FBI Agent
Jimmy Bacon
as Police Officer/Responding Officer
Kierstin Lindkvist
as Future Cult Wife
Ali Dash
as Elizabeth Torres
Jae Boddie
as Ex-wife/Nurse
Tina Berry
as Cristal
Martha McConnell
as FBI agent/Webcam mistress
Brittany Baratz
as Tabitha Howe
Malcolm Simmons
as Featured
Peter Pinocci
as Co-Worker
Kelli Miller
as Anna Torres
Regen Wilson
as Ralph
Isaac D. Watson
as Military Investigator
Vaughn Bullard
as Conrad Cini's Mafioso Henchman
John Hawthorne Smith
as Military Investigator
Aaron Bryant
as Vance
Justine S. Harrison
as Andria Stanley
Justin Noble
as Steve Marcum
Ricky Montano
as Police Officer
Al Sotto
as Sergio Alvarez
Marco Di Giuseppe
as Police Officer
Terence Heffernan
as Jeff Pielo
Jocelyn Chia
as Bar Patron
Tremayne Norris
as Cecil
Parker Christian Warren
as Child
Colton Braun
as Stephen Tepatti
Michelle Lewis
as The Other Woman
Gemma Smith
as Young Lily Henry
Michael Litchfield
as Friend
Sam Little
as Nathan's Friend
Robert Lavery
as John Perry
Mark E. Young Sr.
as Dean Mitchell
Candice 'CJ' Johnson
as Restaurant Guest/Shawna's Cousin
Jody Lynn Parker
as Self - girl at party
Christa A. Feldi
as Detective
Elizabeth Saint
as Astrid Tepatti
Samuel Muriithi
as Staff Sgt.
Maya Tremblay
as Young Ana Martinez
Paul Olsavsky
as Police Officer
as Commanding Sergeant
Ronson Giggetts
as Officer Michael's
Lorena Berger
as Matthew's Friend
Bobbi Walston
as Sabrina Sanders
Valerie Haselton Drescher
as Self - Narrator
Kelly Marie Flynn
as Daughter
J.D. Wine
as Young Dean Mitchell
Walker Hays
as Meri Jane Woods
Elliot Lyles
as Police Officer 1
Robert Mladinich
as Self
Janelle Burgess
as Angie's Niece
Janet Devine Smith
as Viki
Felicia Gonzalez Brown
as Nurse Juanita
Allison Howard
as Rebecca
Karen Vaillant
as Pat Wiklund
John Jarvis
as Cop
Daniel Ellis
as Bar Patron
Alexandra McIntosh
as Self
Ron Franscell
as Self - Narrator
Josh Velez
as Edgar
Zach Brewster-Geisz
as John Smith
Speir Rahn
as Office worker
Aaron Wiggins
as Vernon
Erin C. Davis
as Rachel Alverez
Missy Merry
as Julia Lundstrom
Dave Bobb
as Mr. Henry
Kesha Afrika Lucas
as Landlord
Kimberly Brown
as Mistress
Oakley Bull
as Daughter
David Maldonado
as Self
Juan Eloy Carrera
as Detective/Family Lawyer
Alex Witherow
as Simon
Savannah Pabon
as Rachel's Daughter
Marquise Vanzego
as Priest
Melissa B. Robinson
as Gail Cuvreau
Sean Donegan
as Son
Allison Tucker
as Ami
Elizabeth Klein
as Shaina Gibson
Kamillah Matthews
as Charmaine Whalen/Lisa Torrence
Christopher S. Carothers
as Gene Bennett
Mikhail Rakitin
as Howard
Sam McCrea
as Billy Cox
Caynen Couture
as Murder victim (boy 1)

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2010 | 12 Episodes

Season 2

2011 | 24 Episodes

Season 3

2012 | 14 Episodes

Season 4

2013 | 5 Episodes

Season 5

2014 | 18 Episodes

Season 6

2015 | 11 Episodes

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