Eva Garvey szerepében:
Sharon Horgan 1970-07-13 Hackney, London, England
Sharon Horgan is an Irish actress, writer, director and producer. She is best known for the comedy series Pulling and Catastrophe, both of which she starred in and co-wrote. In 2016 she created Divorce for US television and the following year she co-created Motherland for BBC2. In 2018 she starred in the movie Game Night. Most recently, she has starred in the movies Military Wives and Everybody's Talking About Jamie, whilst on television she plays Aisling Bea's sister in the sitcom This Way Up.
Grace Williams szerepében:
Anne-Marie Duff 1970-10-08 Southall, London, England, UK
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Anne-Marie Duff (born 8 October 1970) is an English stage and screen actress. She rose to prominence playing Fiona Gallagher on the first two seasons of UK television series Shameless. She then played Queen Elizabeth I in The Virgin Queen (2006), and also the lead role in the television series From Darkness in 2015. Duff has had roles in films such as Enigma (2001), The Magdalene Sisters (2002), Notes on a Scandal (2006), French Film (2008), The Last Station and Nowhere Boy (both 2009), Before I Go to Sleep (2014), and Suffragette (2015). Her performances in Shameless, The Virgin Queen, Nowhere Boy and Suffragette earned her BAFTA nominations in the Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress categories, and she was awarded the BAFTA Cymru Award for Best Actress for her work in the 2007 television film The History of Mr Polly.
Ursula Flynn szerepében:
Eva Birthistle 1974-01-01 Bray, Co. Wicklow, Ireland
Eva Birthistle (born 1974 in Bray, Co. Wicklow) is an Irish actress, best known for her role in Ae Fond Kiss. She won the London Film Critics Circle British Actress of the Year award in 2004 and has twice won the IFTA Best Actress in a Leading Role (Film) award. Description above from the Wikipedia article Eva Birthistle, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.
Becka Garvey szerepében:
Eve Hewson 1991-07-07 Dublin, Ireland
Memphis Eve Sunny Day Hewson (born 7 July 1991), known professionally as Eve Hewson, is an Irish actress. Her first major role was in the drama film This Must Be the Place (2011) and she currently plays Nurse Lucy Elkins in Steven Soderbergh's TV series The Knick (2014–present).
John Paul Williams szerepében:
Claes Bang 1967-04-28 Odense, Denmark
Claes Bang was born on April 28, 1967 in Denmark as Claes Kasper Bang. He is an actor, known for The Square (2017), The Girl in the Spider's Web (2018) and Bron/Broen (2011). He is married to Lis Kasper Bang. He graduated from the Danish National School of Performing Arts in 1996. His name is pronounced "Class Bun-g". Apart from his native Danish, he's fluent in Swedish, Norwegian, English and German.
Thomas Claffin szerepében:
Brian Gleeson 1987-11-14 Dublin, Ireland
Brian Gleeson is an Irish actor. Gleeson was born in Dublin, the son of actor Brendan Gleeson and his wife Mary (Weldon). He is the brother of actor Domhnall Gleeson and writer Rúairí Gleeson. He grew up in Malahide, Dublin. As a child, he appeared in school plays, before joining the Gaiety's Youth Theatre Company. Gleeson started acting in 2006, first appearing alongside his father in The Tiger's Tail directed by John Boorman, which was filmed the year he completed the Leaving Certificate. In 2010, Gleeson appeared as Hughie in the first season of Love/Hate, and earned a nomination for an Irish Film and Television Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Television) for the role. He also appeared in the Hollywood film The Eagle. He appeared in the 2012 Academy Award nominated film Snow White and the Huntsman. Gleeson portrayed the lead role in Standby opposite Jessica Paré in 2014. The same year, he filmed Tiger Raid, an Iraq War drama; it was released in 2016. Along with his father Brendan and brother Domhnall, Gleeson appeared in the Enda Walsh play The Walworth Farce in early 2015. He starred as Jimmy in the 2016 Irish drama series Rebellion, based on the 1916 Easter Rising.
Blanaid Williams szerepében:
Saise Ní Chuinn
Donal Flynn szerepében:
Jonjo O'Neill 1978-07-11
Jonjo O'Neill is an actor from Northern Ireland known for his stage and television work. O'Neill was born in Belfast, grew up in the Whiterock Road area and was educated at St Mary's Grammar School. Growing up he was passionate about musical theatre and was a member of Ulster Youth Theatre and performed with the Ulster Theatre Company. In 1996 at the age of 18 he won a place and a full scholarship to the Guildford School of Acting, and moved to England. His first television role was the year he graduated from drama school, in Extremely Dangerous (1999). A member of the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) 2009-2011 ensemble, his roles included Mercutio in Romeo and Juliet, Orlando in As You Like It, and Launcelot in Morte D'Arthur. His performances during the RSC's six-week residency at Park Avenue Armory in New York were hailed as "forceful" and "irresistible." At the 2012 World Shakespeare Festival in Stratford-upon-Avon, O'Neill played the title role in Roxana Silbert's production of Richard III at the Swan Theatre. In 2012 he won praise for his performance in Lucy Prebble's play The Effect at the Royal National Theatre headlining alongside Billie Piper, whom he later appeared alongside in the 2013 fiftieth anniversary episode of Doctor Who: "The Day of the Doctor". He also appeared in "The Mortal Remains," the final vignette in the Coen brothers's film The Ballad of Buster Scruggs (2018).