Billy Butcher / The Butcher szerepében:
Karl Urban (Wellington - New Zealand)
He is known for playing Éomer in the second and third installments of Peter Jackson's The Lord of the Rings trilogy, Dr. Leonard "Bones" McCoy in the 2009 film Star Trek and Julius Caesar on Xena: Warrior Princess. He played Vaako in The Chronicles of Riddick, the Russian assassin Kirill in The Bourne Supremacy, and Ghost in Pathfinder and won acclaim for his performances in New Zealand films The Price of Milk and Out of the Blue. His father, a German immigrant, owned a leather goods retail store, and his mother once worked for Film Facilities in Wellington, through which the young Urban was exposed to New Zealand cinema and developed an interest in the film industry. Urban attended St Mark's Church School, where he showed an early love for public performance. His first acting role came at age eight, when he had a single line in one episode of the New Zealand television series 'Pioneer Woman', but he did not act professionally again until after high school. He attended Wellington College in 1990, then Victoria University of Wellington in the Bachelor of Arts programme for one year, but left to pursue his acting career. Over the next few years, he landed several theatre roles in the Wellington area, and eventually he moved to Auckland, where he was offered many guest roles in local shows (one of which was playing a heroin addict in the police drama Shark in the Park). The role which launched him to local fame was that of gay paramedic Jamie Forrest in the hit New Zealand TV series Shortland Street. He appeared on the show for the 1993–1994 season. Urban then moved to Bondi Beach, Sydney, Australia in 1995, returning to New Zealand the following year.
Hughie Campbell szerepében:
Jack Quaid (Los Angeles, U.S.A)
Jack Henry Quaid is an American actor. The son of actors Dennis Quaid and Meg Ryan, he is best known for playing Marvel in the science fiction film The Hunger Games and for his leading role as a vigilante in the Prime Video superhero series The Boys. Wikipedia
Annie January / Starlight szerepében:
Erin Moriarty ( New York City, USA)
Erin Moriarty (born June 24, 1994) is an American actress. She has had recurring roles on One Life to Live and True Detective, been a series regular on Red Widow and Jessica Jones and appeared in supporting roles in several movies.
The Homelander / John szerepében:
Antony Starr ( New Zealand)
Antony Starr is a New Zealand television actor best known for his dual role as twins Jethro and Van West in New Zealand's hit comedy/drama Outrageous Fortune. He also starred in the television series Banshee, which aired on HBO-owned Cinemax.
Madelyn Stillwell szerepében:
Elisabeth Shue (Wilmington, Delaware, USA)
An American film actress who is most famous for her roles in the films The Karate Kid, Adventures in Babysitting, Back to the Future Parts II and III and Leaving Las Vegas, for which she won five acting awards and was nominated for an Academy Award, a Golden Globe and a BAFTA. Description above from the Wikipedia article Elisabeth Shue, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia
The Deep szerepében:
Chace Crawford (Lubbock, Texas, USA)
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Christopher Chace Crawford (born July 18, 1985) is an American actor best known for his role as Nate Archibald in Gossip Girl on The CW. Description above from the Wikipedia article Chace Crawford, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia
Queen Maeve szerepében:
Dominique McElligott (Dublin - Ireland)
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Dominique McElligott (born 5 March 1986, height 5' 8" (1,73 m)) is an Irish television and film actress, appearing primarily in independent films. She starred in Moon alongside Sam Rockwell as well as the RTÉ series Raw before leaving to film Leap Year. She also played the female lead role in the AMC Western series Hell on Wheels.
Agent Susan Rayno szerepében:
Jennifer Esposito (New York City - New York - USA)
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jennifer Esposito (born April 11, 1973, height 5' 6" (1,68 m)) is an American actress, dancer and model. known for her appearances in films such as I Still Know What You Did Last Summer, Summer of Sam and Crash and in television series such as Spin City and Samantha Who?, and Blue Bloods. Esposito was born in Brooklyn, New York, the second of two daughters of Phyllis, an interior decorator, and Robert Esposito, a computer consultant and music producer. She is of Italian descent. Esposito made her first television appearance in Law & Order in 1996. She then joined the cast of Spin City, where she appeared for two seasons. She also appeared in I Still Know What You Did Last Summer. One of her more notable roles was as Ruby in Spike Lee's Summer of Sam in 1999, which was set against the late-1970s backdrop of the Son of Sam murders. She originally had the Mira Sorvino role in Summer of Sam, but had to take a different role due to scheduling conflicts. Esposito's next film was Wes Craven Presents: Dracula 2000. In 2000, Esposito appeared in the Law & Order: SVU episode Remorse as a rape victim. She played Don Cheadle's girlfriend, Ria, in the Academy Award-winning film Crash. Esposito was part of the cast of Related. She also played the part of Jennifer in The Master of Disguise in 2002 and played a Lieutenant in the NYPD in the 2004 film Taxi. She played a love interest to Denis Leary's character in the FX dramedy Rescue Me. Esposito appeared on television as Andrea Belladonna in the ABC comedy, Samantha Who?. She also appeared in the NBC medical drama Mercy. Esposito joined the cast of Blue Bloods in 2010, during its first season; she plays Detective Jackie Curatola, the partner of Detective Danny Reagan (played by Donnie Wahlberg). In the third season, Esposito entered a dispute with CBS regarding doctor's orders for her to cut back working hours due to her Celiac disease. Rather than work around her limited schedule, CBS chose to replace her character this season. As such, Esposito only appears in six episodes, receiving also starring billing in all of them. Esposito announced that she had been diagnosed with celiac disease on The Late Show with David Letterman in October 2011, reporting she had been diagnosed "a couple years ago" and had plans to open a gluten-free bakery. In 2012, Esposito opened the bakery in Manhattan's East Village under the name "Jennifer's Way Bakery." According to Esposito, she collapsed on set while shooting an episode of Blue Bloods, requiring her to miss a week of work, and during the show's th Esposito and CBS reportedly have been at odds over her medical condition and its effect on her availability for work. Esposito married Bradley Cooper on December 30, 2006. They were divorced in 2007. In 2009, Esposito became engaged to Australian tennis player Mark Philippoussis. The couple separated in August 2010.