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Madam Secretary - Episode 6.04 - Valor - 2 Sneak Peeks, Press Release



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Press Release
HENRY TEAMS UP WITH A MARINE VETERAN TO FIGHT FOR LEGISLATION THAT PROVIDES BETTER MENTAL HEALTH CARE FOR VETERANS, BUT ENCOUNTERS RESISTANCE FROM THE VICE PRESIDENT, ON "MADAM SECRETARY," SUNDAY, OCT. 27

Tom Wopat Guest Stars as Senator Peoples, Chairman of the Veteran Affairs Committee

"Valor" - Henry teams up with a Marine veteran to fight for legislation that helps Veterans Affairs provide better mental health care, but he encounters surprising resistance from Vice President Carlos Morejon (José Zuniga)
. Also, Senator Hanson (Wentworth Miller)
questions Daisy about an arrest in her past, on MADAM SECRETARY, Sunday, Oct. 27 (10:30-11:30 PM, ET/10:00-11:00 PM, PT) on the CBS Television Network. Tom Wopat guest stars as Senator Peoples, Chairman of the Veteran Affairs Committee.

REGULAR CAST:
Téa Leoni (Elizabeth McCord)
Tim Daly (Henry McCord)
Zeljko Ivanek (Russell Jackson)
Patina Miller (Daisy Grant)
Erich Bergen (Blake Moran)
Kevin Rahm (Mike B.) Wallis Currie Wood (Stevie McCord)

RECURRING CAST:
Tracee Chimo Pallero (Nina Cummings)
Wentworth Miller (Senator Mark Hanson)
José Zuniga (Carlos Morejon)
Francis Jue (Chinese Foreign Minister Chen)
Yasen Peyankov (Russian Foreign Minister Konstantin Avdonin)

GUEST CAST:
San Robards (Brad Jenkins)
Michael Patrick Thornton (Evan Moore)
Seth Numrich (Griffin)
Amanda Warren (Olivia Mason)
Tom Wopat (Senator Peoples)
Chris Petrovski (Dmitri Petrov)
Masha King (Talia Petrov)
Kate MacCluggage (Andrea Jenkins)
Aubin Bradley (Molly Jenkins)
Mark Aldrich (Thomas)
Dave Register (Reed)
Grace Porter (Campaign Worker)
Joshua David Scarlett (David)
Liz McCartney (Alma)
Mark Bedard (Officer Garrett)
Mizuo Peck (Cop)
Richard H. Blake (Military Aide)
Brian Sutherland (Senator Armstrong)
Rafael Sardina (Officer Fuller)
Fina Strazza (Whitney)
Jenelle Chu (Lorraine)
Thomas Sullivan (Honor Guard OIC)
Louis Dileo (Bugler)
Tyrone Mitchel Henderson (Chaplain)

WRITTEN BY: Lyla Oliver
DIRECTED BY: James Whitmore

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