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Philip Casnoff

Born: 03 August 1949 (71 years old)
Gender: Male

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Philip Casnoff is an American actor best known for his role as Chief of Staff Dr. Robert Jackson in the medical drama television series Strong Medicine, from 2000-2005.


Television Roles

Show

Character

Mr. Dowd

James Stanworth

Clive Ambrose

Clive Ambrose

Jack McGill

Glenn Friedman

Dr. Bernard Gadston

Dr. Mel Barnett

Christopher

Bo

Sean Latham

Maurice Connors

Gordon Williams

Ben Pearson

Steven Munsch

Dr. Robert Jackson

Cantor Gary Isaacs

Donald Clarence

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New on TV today: Monday 26 October

Returning series tonight include The Chi on 1Magic and Growing up Hip Hop: Atlanta on Vuzu.


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New on TV today: Sunday 25 October

Voetspore: Re√ľnie starts on kykNET and Strictly Come Dancing returns to BBC Brit.


New on TV today: Saturday 24 October

Miss SA airs live on Mzansi Magic and M-Net - all the deets, all the girls, all the clatter.


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Rhythm City Teasers - November 2020

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New on TV today: Friday 23 October

A chess prodigy plays The Queen's Gambit on Netflix and queer comedy Work in Progress starts on M-Net.


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Agrizzi's crypto escape plan, the Table Mountain killer behind bars and a celebration of true grit. Sunday's eps looks punchy.


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Melusi has an interesting story to tell. Also, Mpihlangene confronts Fenyang.


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