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Dirty John: Cast and Characters

A cast and character guide for the series Dirty John featuring who plays who, information about each character, and other noteworthy information about the show.

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Betty Broderick (Amanda Peet)

First Noted In – Season 2, Episode 1 “No Fault”

Brief Description

From USA Network: […] a beautiful blonde that up until this point, has kept an impeccable façade of happiness. She is the perfect Southern Californian wife and mother who married her college boyfriend, Dan Broderick, and charms everyone she meets.

Additional Information About Betty

  • S1E2: Met Dan in 1965 in South Bend, Indiana.

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