Frances Barbary szerepében:
Alexandra Moen Pisa, Tuscany, Italy
Alexandra Moen was born in Pisa, Italy. Having an oceanographer as a father meant that she and her family (a teacher mother and two younger brothers) travelled along with his work. At age six, she moved to Canada and then to Bermuda and finally ending up in England where she completed her schooling. She studied English at Leeds University before studying acting at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts. She made her professional stage debuts in the West End's production of 'Macbeth' directed by Edward Hall in 2002 and also in 2003 performing as "Nina" at the Chichester Theatre in Steven Pimlott's critically acclaimed production of Chekhov's 'The Seagull'. Her first lead role in a TV series was in 2006 performing as "Tamsin Dalgliesh" in Tripping Over and then as "Emily James" in the final two seasons of BBC's hit comedy drama Hotel Babylon. To many sci-fi fans she is probably best known for her appearance in 'Doctor Who' doing something the doctor failed to rid the world of his great enemy, the Master. More recently, she has brought the quirky Norwegian pathologist "Petra Bergen" to our small screen, starring in all three series of Sky Atlantic's 'Fortitude' until 2018. In 2019 she took over playing "Elizabeth of York" from Jodie Comer, in the Philippa Gregory adaptation Spanish Princess for Starz and played "Simone Cameron", the dedicated ballet teacher in BBC's hit series 'Dublin Murders'.
Ebenezer Scrooge szerepében:
Ned Dennehy 1965-12-08 Ireland
Ned Dennehy (born 8 December 1965) is an Irish actor who has appeared in multiple films and television programmes. He is best known for his role as Mider in The Mystic Knights of Tir Na Nog. He also appeared in Blitz, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1 and the independent British feature film Downhill.
Inspector Bucket szerepében:
Stephen Rea 1946-10-31 Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK
An Irish film and stage actor. Rea has appeared in a number of high profile films, both Irish and international, such as V for Vendetta, Michael Collins, Interview with the Vampire and Breakfast on Pluto. Rea was nominated for an Academy Award for his lead performance as Fergus in the 1992 film The Crying Game. Description above from the Wikipedia article Stephen Rea, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia
Mrs Gamp szerepében:
Pauline Collins 1940-09-03 Exmouth, Devon, England, UK
Pauline Collins, OBE (born 3 September 1940) is an English actress of the stage, television, and film. She first came to prominence portraying Sarah Moffat in Upstairs, Downstairs and its spin-off Thomas & Sarah during the 1970s. She later drew acclaim for playing the title role in the play Shirley Valentine for which she received Laurence Olivier, Tony, and Drama Desk awards. She reprised the role in a 1989 film adaptation, winning a BAFTA and garnering Golden Globe and Academy Award nominations. Description above from the Wikipedia article Pauline Collins, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.
Jacob Marley szerepében:
Peter Firth 1953-10-27 Bradford, Yorkshire, England, UK
Peter Firth is a British film and television actor best known for the films Tess, Equus and The Hunt for Red October, and for playing spymaster Harry Pearce in the BBC TV series Spooks and its movie spin-off Spooks: The Greater Good.
Martha Cratchit szerepében:
Phoebe Dynevor 1995-04-17 Manchester, England, UK
Phoebe Harriet Dynevor (born 17 April 1995) is an English actress. Dynevor is best known for her role as Daphne, the fourth Bridgerton child, in the Netflix period drama Bridgerton (2020–present). She began her career as a child actress in the BBC One school drama Waterloo Road (2009–2010). She went on to have recurring roles in the BBC series Prisoners' Wives (2012–2013) and Dickensian (2015–2016), and the TV Land comedy-drama Younger (2017–2021), as well as a main role in the Crackle crime series Snatch (2017–2018). Description above from the Wikipedia article Phoebe Dynevor, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.
Mr Venus szerepében:
Omid Djalili 1965-09-30 Chelsea, London, England, UK
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Omid Djalili (born 30 September 1965) is a British stand-up comedian, actor, television producer and writer. He attended Holland Park School in west London and the University of Ulster in Coleraine, Northern Ireland, where he studied English and Theatre studies. Description above from the Wikipedia article Omid Djalili, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.
Tim Cratchit szerepében:
Arthur Havisham szerepében:
Joseph Quinn 1994-01-26 London, England, UK
Joseph Quinn is a British actor. He has appeared on British television in Dickensian, the miniseries Howards End and Catherine the Great. He has also had supporting roles in the BBC series Les Misérables and Strike. In 2022, he had his breakout role as Eddie Munson in season 4 of the series Stranger Things.
Amelia Havisham szerepében:
Tuppence Middleton 1987-02-21 Bristol, England, UK
Tuppence 'Tupps' Middleton (born 21 February 1987) is an English actress. In 2010, she was nominated for the London Evening Standard Film Awards for Most Promising Newcomer. She has appeared in feature films such as Tormented (2009), Chatroom (2010), Cleanskin (2012), Trance (2013), The Lady Vanishes (2013), The Imitation Game (2014), and Jupiter Ascending (2015), as well as in television series such as Bones (2008), New Tricks (2010), Friday Night Dinner (2011), Sinbad (2012), Spies of Warsaw (2013), Black Mirror (2013), and Philip K. Dick's Electric Dreams (2017). From 2015 to 2018, she portrayed Riley Blue in the Netflix original series Sense8. She starred in two British period dramas screened around the same time: Dickensian (2015–16), playing Miss Havisham, and War & Peace (2016), playing Russian princess and villain Hélène Kuragina. She was cast as Lucy Smith, a new and leading character in the 2019 film adaptation Downton Abbey.
Honoria Barbary szerepében:
Sophie Rundle 1988-04-21 Bournemouth, Dorset, England, UK
Sophie Rundle (born 21 April 1988) is a British actress. She is best known for portraying Ada Shelby in the BBC One historical crime drama television series Peaky Blinders, Ann Walker in BBC One and HBO's period drama Gentleman Jack, Vicky Budd in the BBC television series Bodyguard, code-breaker Lucy in the ITV drama series The Bletchley Circle and Labia in the British/American television sitcom Episodes. She also plays Alice in Sky One's 2017 drama Jamestown.
Meriweather Compeyson szerepében:
Tom Weston-Jones 1987-06-29 Burton on Trent, Staffordshire, England, UK
Weston-Jones was born in Burton-upon-Trent, Staffordshire, and was brought up in Dubai, having gone to school at Dubai College. He holds a degree in drama and theatre from Royal Holloway University of London, and has trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. He is best known for portraying Irish immigrant Detective Kevin Corcoran in the BBC America television series Copper. His other roles include Anthony in Not Safe for Work and Meriwether Compeyson in Dickensian.
Mrs. Bumble szerepében:
Caroline Quentin 1960-07-11 Reigate, Surrey, England, UK
Quentin became known for her television appearances: portraying Dorothy in Men Behaving Badly (1992–1998), Maddie Magellan in Jonathan Creek (1997–2000), and DCI Janine Lewis in Blue Murder (2003–2009).Quentin received an Ian Charleson Award commendation for her Masha in The Seagull at the Oxford Theatre Company in 1991. Her early stage work had also included appearing in the chorus of the original English production of the musical Les Misérables in 1985. In July 1996, Quentin released a single, a cover of the Exciters' hit "Tell Him", with her Men Behaving Badly co-star Leslie Ash under the name of "Quentin and Ash". The single reached number 25 in the UK Singles Chart and spent 3 weeks in that listing. From 1997 until 2000 Quentin starred alongside Alan Davies in Jonathan Creek playing investigative journalist Maddie Magellan, who uses Jonathan's mind to solve murder mysteries. Quentin appeared in the 2001 telefilm Hot Money, which was based on the true story of the theft of hundreds of thousands of pounds from the Bank of England. In 1998 she starred in the first sitcom that was specifically built around her: Kiss Me, Kate. At the British Comedy Awards in 2004, Quentin won the "Best Comedy Actress" award for her performance in Von Trapped; that year she started the major role of Maggie Mee in the popular drama Life Begins, which returned for a third series in 2006. ITV has produced five series of the police drama Blue Murder, in which Quentin plays against type in the main role DCI Janine Lewis. The pilot aired in the UK on 18 May 2003. Quentin has appeared in Whose Line Is It Anyway?; in a pre-Men Behaving Badly role as a traffic warden in the Mr. Bean episode The Trouble with Mr. Bean in 1991; Room 101; Have I Got News for You; and the 2009–10 BBC comedy series Life of Riley, a sitcom about a dysfunctional blended family; and in the BBC Radio 4 improvisational comedy series The Masterson Inheritance and the popular BBC Radio 2 sitcom On the Blog. On 11 January 2009, Quentin stated on the show Something for the Weekend that she would return to Jonathan Creek in the future if the offer came. She appeared as Heather Babcock in an episode of Agatha Christie's Miss Marple, The Mirror Crack'd from Side to Side, in 2010. Also in 2010 she started appearing in Marks and Spencer's revamped food range advertisements. In March 2011, a documentary entitled Caroline Quentin: A Passage Through India aired on ITV in the UK. The documentary followed Quentin as she traveled from the North of India to the South. Quentin presents Restoration Home on BBC Two. The programme looks into the history and families of the UK's derelict mansion houses which are being restored by their private owners.
Silas Wegg szerepében:
Christopher Fairbank 1953-10-04 Hertfordshire - England - UK
Christopher Fairbank (sometimes credited as Chris Fairbank; born 4 October 1953) is an English actor best known for his role as Moxey in the hit comedy-drama series Auf Wiedersehen, Pet. Fairbank was born in Hertfordshire, England. He has numerous television credits to his name, notably in Sapphire and Steel, The Professionals, The Scarlet Pimpernel and provided minor voice talent for both the hit Wallace and Gromit feature-length film Curse of the Were-Rabbit and Flushed Away (both produced by Aardman). Fairbank also appeared as one of the pair of muggers who rob an out-of-town family, heralding the first appearance of the Batman in Tim Burton's 1989 film. Fairbank also had roles as Mactilburgh the scientist in the film The Fifth Element, the prisoner Murphy in Alien 3, and the Player Queen in the Franco Zeffirelli version of Hamlet, opposite Mel Gibson. Recently, he provided the voice of Old King Doran in the video game Demon's Souls and provides a number of voice accents in the PS2 video game Prisoner of War. Chris also appeared in Goal! trilogy in the character of a Newcastle United fan. In 2010, Chris appeared as a detective in the BBC Drama, Five Daughters, and as Alfred "Freddie" Lennon in the biopicLennon Naked with Christopher Eccleston. In 2011 Fairbank starred in Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tidesas a pirate called Ezekiel. In 2012 he appeared as an Australian in Sky 1's Starlings.