Alison Cooper szerepében:

Charlotte Ritchie Clapton, London, England, UK - 1989-08-29

Charlotte Anne Ritchie (born 29 August 1989) is an English actress and singer-songwriter. She is famous for her roles in the TV series Fresh Meat (2011–2016), Siblings (2014–2016) and Call the Midwife (2015–2018) and for her lead role in Benny and Jolene (2013). She is currently starring in BBC's Ghosts (2019–) as Alison. In 2004, she played a lead in a short film entitled The Open Doors with Michael Sheen. She appeared as an uncredited extra in the 2005 film, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. She also featured in The Pierglass at the Young Pleasance Theatre in August 2006 at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. She was a presenter on Boomerang and performed with All Angels in an episode of Emmerdale. She also played Emily Owen, a neighbour in the BBC's Life of Riley. From 2011 to 2016, she portrayed Oregon in the Channel 4 comedy series Fresh Meat. She stars in Siblings which was first broadcast in summer 2014 and she appeared as a guest panellist in the same year on 8 Out of 10 Cats. In 2015, she joined the cast of popular period drama Call The Midwife. In 2016, she appeared in the UK production of Noel Coward's Private Lives, playing the role of Sibyl Chase. On New Years Day 2019, she had the guest-starring role of Lin in the Doctor Who episode "Resolution". In 2019, she played Alison in Ghosts, a BBC sitcom, and Alison in Dead Pixels. She played the role of George in Channel 4 series Feel Good in 2020. Description above is from the Wikipedia article Charlotte Ritchie, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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Taskmaster poszter
Self
Call the Midwife poszter
Barbara Gilbert
Feel Good poszter
George
Fresh Meat poszter
Oregon
Dead Pixels poszter
Alison

Michael "Mike" Cooper szerepében:

Kiell Smith-Bynoe London Borough of Newham, England, UK - 1989-03-05

Kiell Smith-Bynoe (March 5, 1989) is an English actor and writer. He is best known for his TV roles in Ghosts (2019-), Stath Lets Flats (2018-2019) and Enterprice (2017-2020).

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Spencer
Cheap Cheap Cheap poszter
Keith

Thomas Thorne szerepében:

Mathew Baynton Southend-on-Sea, Essex, England, UK - 1980-11-18

Mathew John Baynton (born 18 November 1980) is an English actor, writer, comedian, singer, and musician. He is best known for his numerous roles in a children’s program Horrible Histories (2009-2013), as well as Yonderland (2013-2016), where he also played various different roles, and Ghosts (2019-) where he plays Thomas Thorne; other TV series he is popular by are You, Me and the Apocalypse (2015), The Wrong Mans (2013-2014). He is also known for appearing in films such as The Falling (2015) and Bill (2015). He is familiar as one of the stars of the hit children's television series Horrible Histories, appearing over-all five series as a singer, actor, and occasional writer. He is the creator, writer, and star of Yonderland, an eight-part family fantasy comedy series that premiered on Sky1 on 10 November 2013. He starred with the same troupe in Bill, a BBC family comedy film based loosely around the early life of William Shakespeare. The troupe also reunited in 2019 to create the BBC series Ghosts, with him appearing as a romantic poet named Thomas Thorne. He teamed with James Corden to create, write, and star in The Wrong Mans (2013–2014), a comedy-thriller for BBC Two that premiered in autumn 2013. Other notable TV comedy roles include the recurring character of Deano in Gavin & Stacey (2008–2009); co-starring as Chris in the Darren Boyd sitcom vehicle Spy (2011–2012); and William in the 2017 black comedy series Quacks. In late 2015, Baynton starred in science fiction comedy-drama miniseries You, Me and the Apocalypse. Description above is from the Wikipedia article Mathew Baynton, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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College Receptionist
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Mr. Hopkins
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Tkyo
Yonderland poszter
Various

Julian Fawcett szerepében:

Simon Farnaby Yorkshire, England, UK - 1973-04-02

Simon Alexander Farnaby (born 2 April 1973) is an English actor, writer, and comedian. He is best known as a part of the TV series Horrible Histories (2009–2013), Yonderland (2013–2016) and Ghosts (2019–). He also starred in films such as Mindhorn (2016), Paddington (2014), and its sequel, Paddington 2 (2017) and Christopher Robin (2018). He is a long-time member of The Mighty Boosh (2004–2007) supporting cast, having had roles both in their series and co-starring in the quasi-spinoff film Bunny and the Bull (2009). He is also well known for his similarly offbeat characters in the CBBC live-action series of Horrible Histories, such as Caligula and the Grim Reaper. Other notable television work includes a recurring role on the sitcom Jam & Jerusalem (2006–2009) and co-starring as eccentric neighbour Sloman on The Midnight Beast's (2012–) TV series. He previously had a very brief role in Coronation Street in the 1990s. Along with the five other principal members of the cast of Horrible Histories, Farnaby is also the co-creator, writer and star of Yonderland, an eight-part family fantasy comedy series that premiered on Sky One on 10 November 2013. He co-starred with the same troupe in Bill, a 2015 BBC comedy film based loosely around the early life of William Shakespeare. In 2013, he presented a documentary entitled Richard III: The King in the Car Park, tracing the discovery and identification of the remains of the last Plantagenet king. The next year, he presented another Channel 4 documentary series entitled Man Vs Weird, in which he travelled the world investigating people who claim superhuman abilities. In 2016, he co-wrote Mindhorn with Julian Barratt, a comedy about Richard Thorncroft (Barratt). He also has a small acting role as Clive Parnevik. In December 2016, he had a small role in Rogue One, as an X-Wing Pilot. In 2017, he co-wrote Paddington 2 with Paul King. He had a small role in both the first film and its sequel. Description above is from the Wikipedia article Simon Farnaby, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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Blue Squadron
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Barry
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Taxi Driver
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Manious the Bold
Horrible Histories poszter
Various

Fanny Button szerepében:

Martha Howe-Douglas Birmingham, West Midlands, England, UK - 1980-09-19

Martha Howe-Douglas (born 19 September 1980) is an English actress and writer. She is best known for TV series Horrible Histories (2009–2013), Yonderland (2013–2016) and Ghosts (2019–). She also starred in films such as Nativity! (2009) and Bill (2015). From 2006 until 2007, she played receptionist Donna Parmar in the BBC daytime soap opera Doctors. In 2009, she landed one of the main multi-role parts on a new children's TV history sketch show programme, CBBC's Horrible Histories where over five years/series, she played numerous characters including the queens Cleopatra, Elizabeth I, Mary, Queen of Scots and Victoria. In 2011, she appeared in The Proms, in a special live "Horrible Histories Big Prom Party" performance. In 2013, she appeared as 33-year-old Debbie Maddox in Sky1's series Yonderland. Other acting roles have included appearing in The Armstrong & Miller Show (2009) on BBC One. In 2018, she appeared in EastEnders as Annie Pritchard. In 2019, Martha Howe-Douglas appeared in the new BBC One comedy series Ghosts. Description above is from the Wikipedia article Martha Howe-Douglas, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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Becky
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Oakmoor Parent
Yonderland poszter
Debbie / Various

Patrick "Pat" Butcher szerepében:

Jim Howick Chichester, West Sussex, England, UK - 1979-05-14

James Howick (born 14 May 1979) is an English actor and writer. He is best known for his roles in television series such as Horrible Histories (2009-2013), Yonderland (2013-2016), Sex Education (2019-), Peep Show (2007–2012) and Ghosts (2019-). He also starred in films such as Hellboy (2004) and Bill (2015). Along with the five other members of the Horrible Histories starring cast, Howick is also the co-creator, -writer and -star of Yonderland, an eight-part family fantasy comedy series that premiered on SkyOne on 10 November 2013. He co-starred with the same troupe in Bill, a BBC-produced comedy film based loosely around the early life of William Shakespeare. Other prominent television roles include Gerard in Peep Show (2007–2012), Gerry in Danny Boyle's Babylon (2014) and Anthony in the revival of Reggie Perrin (2009–2010). In addition, he has been a regular guest star in various sketch comedies, including The Armstrong and Miller Show (2007–2010), and The Kevin Bishop Show (2008–2009). In 2017, he played Aaron Mayford in the ITV thriller Broadchurch. In 2019, Howick starred in the Netflix original series Sex Education as Mr Hendricks. Howick is the co-creator, co-writer and co-star of the BBC One sitcom Ghosts which was first broadcasted in 2019. In film, Howick played Cpl. Matlin in the Guillermo del Toro adaptation of Hellboy. Description above is from the Wikipedia article Jim Howick, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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Sex Education poszter
Colin Hendricks
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Cpl. Matlin
Peep Show poszter
Gerard Matthew
Yonderland poszter
Various

Robin / Humphrey's Head szerepében:

Laurence Rickard Brighton, England, UK - 1975-06-14

Laurence Carl "Larry" Rickard (born 14 June 1975) is an English actor, writer and comedian. He is best known for his roles in the TV series Horrible Histories (2009-2013), Yonderland (2013-2016), and Ghosts (2019-). He also appeared and co-wrote for the film Bill (2015). He is also one half of the comedy writing/performance duo "Larry and George" with George Sawyer. He has written for numerous UK comedy shows, notably including The Armstrong and Miller Show (2007–2010), The Charlotte Church Show (2006–2008) and The Impressions Show with Culshaw and Stephenson (2009–2011), as well as children's programme Me and My Monsters (2010–2011). He is perhaps best known for his role as a principal cast member, lyricist and writer for the award-winning CBBC programme Horrible Histories, in particular for creating and performing the character of 'Special Correspondent' Bob Hale. He has also appeared regularly on the spin-off game show Horrible Histories: Gory Games and in the Horrible Histories BBC Proms at the Royal Albert Hall. He is also the co-creator, -writer and -star of Yonderland, a family fantasy comedy series that premiered on SkyOne on 10 November 2013. In addition, he is the co-writer of Bill, a BBC-produced comedy film which is based loosely around the early life of William Shakespeare. He is also a writer and performer on Tracey Ullman's Show (2016–2018) and Tracey Breaks the News (2017–2018). He co-wrote and starred in the 2019 BBC sitcom Ghosts. Description above is from the Wikipedia article Laurence Rickard, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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Various
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Sir Francis Walsingham / Lope Lopez / Stand-Up Jester / Chatty Guard / Slightly Late Courtier / Ian / Hanging Criminal / Chicken Drumstick

The Captain szerepében:

Ben Willbond Buckinghamshire, England, UK - 1973-01-18

Benjamin Thomas Willbond (born 18 January 1973) is an English actor and screenwriter. He is best known for his numerous roles in a children’s program Horrible Histories (2009–2013), as well as Yonderland (2013–2016), where he also played various different roles, and Ghosts (2019–) where he played The Captain. He is also known for appearing in movies such as St. Trinian's (2007), Bill (2015), and Bridget Jones's Baby (2016). He was part of the comedy duo "Ben & Arn", for which he won Perrier Award for "Best Newcomer" in 1999, and formed the self-proclaimed "thinking man's French pop duo" Priorité à Gauche. He then went on to perform his solo character shows at several Edinburgh Fringe Festivals. He is best known for his regular role in CBBC's Horrible Histories, in which he played a wide variety of historical figures, most memorably recurring roles as Henry VIII and Alexander the Great. He is also the co-creator, -writer and -star of Yonderland, a family fantasy comedy series that premiered on SkyOne on 10 November 2013. In addition, he is the co-writer of Bill, a BBC-produced comedy film based loosely around the early life of William Shakespeare. Other notable television work includes the recurring roles of Steve Warwick in the BBC comedy Rev, Adam Kenyon in BBC Four's The Thick of It and as a television director in the movie-length final episode of the Ricky Gervais comedy Extras (BBC Two). He has also appeared in Katy Brand's Big Ass Show for ITV2 and Mayo for BBC One. His 2010 short film Tooty's Wedding, which he co-wrote with Solon, won numerous international comedy awards and was screened as part of the 2012 Sundance Film Festival. Other notable film work includes the movie Starter for 10 (2006). In 2007, and he had a short appearance in St Trinian's as a nervous school inspector. Description above is from the Wikipedia article Ben Willbond, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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Giles
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Damaged Inspector
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University Challenge Coordinator

Kitty szerepében:

Lolly Adefope Preston, Harrow, United Kingdom - 1990-09-14

Ololade "Lolly" Adefope (born 14 September 1990) is a British stand-up comedian and actress, specialising in character comedy. As an actress, she has appeared on Together (2015), Josh (2015), Plebs (2016), Rovers (2016), and Sick Note (2017). She has also participated as a guest on Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled (2016), The Last Leg (2016), Don't Ask Me Ask Britain (2017), and QI (2016). She appeared on the fourth series of the panel show Taskmaster and the 100th-anniversary suffragette special of 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown. She was selected for the 2015 BBC Writersroom comedy programme. She first performed a solo show at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2015. In 2016, she was nominated for two Chortle Awards. Description above is from the Wikipedia article Lolly Adefope, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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Woman at Desk
Taskmaster poszter
Herself
Miracle Workers poszter
Maggie
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Tess
Shrill poszter
Fran

Mary szerepében:

Katy Wix Cardiff, Wales, UK - 1980-02-28

Katy Wix (born 28 February 1980) is a Welsh actress and comedian. She is best known for her television roles as Daisy in Not Going Out (2007–2015), Carole in Stath Lets Flats (2018–), Mary in Ghosts (2019–) and Sarah Ferguson in The Windsors (2016–). She has also appeared in Outnumbered (2010), Miranda (2009) and as a regular contestant in series 9 of Taskmaster (2019). In 2007, she joined the cast of sitcom Not Going Out as recurring character Daisy and then went on to be a regular from Series 3. In Torchwood: Children of Earth she plays Rhiannon Davies. In 2010, she presented the BBC Three series The King Is Dead. She made guest appearances on the BBC shows Horrible Histories (2009–2011), Outnumbered (2010) and Absolutely Fabulous (2011). She also appeared in the Harvey's Furniture Store sponsorship bumpers for Coronation Street. She played Phoebe in Tom Basden's stage comedy Party (2010–2012) and its subsequent three series spin-off on BBC Radio 4 also called Party. She wrote and co-starred in the same station's comedy series Bird Island (2012). In 2017, for the BBC, she portrayed Nurse Cornish in an episode of the TV crime drama Sherlock, and Florence Fagin in the TV dramatisation of Decline and Fall. She also plays Mary, one of the main characters, in the 2019 BBC One sitcom Ghosts. Description above is from the Wikipedia article Katy Wix, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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Rhiannon Davies
Taskmaster poszter
Self
Stath Lets Flats poszter
Carole
Horrible Histories poszter
Various