Body of Proof (2011–2013)
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Fallen Angel 

Kate attends a political event and makes a new friend. A girl is found shot to death in an alley, and the D.A. obstructs the investigation. Kate learns some disturbing information about her... See full summary »


Christine Moore




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Dana Delany ... Megan Hunt
Jeri Ryan ... Kate Murphy
Mark Valley ... Tommy Sullivan
Geoffrey Arend ... Ethan Gross
Windell Middlebrooks ... Curtis Brumfield (as Windell D. Middlebrooks)
Elyes Gabel ... Adam Lucas
Mary Mouser ... Lacey Fleming (credit only)
Ivan Sergei ... Sergei Damanov
Guri Weinberg ... Arco Starkovich
Deborah Strang ... Etta Starkovich
Natasha Alam ... Tatyana
Richard Burgi ... D.A. Dan Russell
Ksenia Lauren ... Petra
Anya Monzikova ... Ivanka
Natasha Hall ... Oksana Svetlova


Kate attends a political event and makes a new friend. A girl is found shot to death in an alley, and the D.A. obstructs the investigation. Kate learns some disturbing information about her new friend, who may be tied to the investigation. Written by

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Comedy | Crime | Drama | Mystery


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English | Ukrainian

Release Date:

26 March 2013 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs


Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


Sergei is played by an actor that has the same name as a last name. However, Ivan Sergei's birth last name is Gaudio and he was born in New Jersey. See more »


The finger Kate uses to examine Sergei's scar jumps from pinkie to index. See more »


Megan Hunt: [Arriving at the crime scene] Oh boy. What have we here?
Tommy Sullivan: Looks like a gothic painting of a penitent angel
Megan Hunt: Somebody clipped her wings. She's got gunshot wounds to the upper and lower back
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References From Russia with Love (1963) See more »


Body of Proof End Credits Theme
Composed by Daniel Licht
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Exquisite ACTING!
5 April 2013 | by don-ellis-78-971767See all my reviews

I know some will object to the scenes of intimacy in this episode, but they exemplify what Acting is all about. Incredibly sensual, satisfyingly romantic. To create this good an episode, the script had to be well-written, directing had to be sensitive, and the acting superb. From the two leads' first moment of meeting to the final goodbye was just plain WORTHY!

We would normally not comment on such a lovely depiction of intimacy, however we are sure that there will be many people who will try to make the creators and supporters of this show uncomfortable. Therefore, we felt we had to comment and hope that everyone connected with this episode knows how much it is appreciated. Primary in importance is that the writer and actors spellbind us into a story reminding us that sexual slavery is alive and deplorable in our country and around the world. The fact that it could be here in America is unconscionable, but true. In a scene depicting photos of sex slaves having been rescued, I appreciated how vulnerable these young women appeared, and how discretely their condition was depicted. We could only wish that all young women victimized in our country could have the good ending that a few in this story had.

Yesterday on NPR I heard an interview with Jada Pinkett Smith on this topic, emphasizing that slavery is very real and present here, today.

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