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About this title

Storyline

The adventures of a young orphan girl living in the late 19th century. Follow Anne as she learns to navigate her new life on Prince Edward Island, in this new take on L.M. Montgomery's classic novels.

Country: Canada

Type: Scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: May 12, 2017

Also Known As: Anne With an E,  |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (PG, M), Brazil (12) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

friendship
based on novel or book
coming of age
unrequited love

Company Credits

Production Co: Northwood Anne, Northwood Entertainment |  See more »

Cast

Michelle Giroux
as Mrs. Blewett
Jill Harland
as Impressed Guest
Siena Fiorini
as Child
Wenu Pine
as Child
Milton Barnes
as Isaac/Porter
Tanya Bevan
as Lady
Sheila McCarthy
as Mrs. Blackmore
Brian Tree
as Minister
Cameron Boogaart
as BG Boy Dancer
Sarah Dodd
as Matron
Maxim Lutterotti
as Child #4
Alec Dahmer
as Chorus Member
Franckie Francois
as Hammock Man
Cory Gruter-Andrew
as Cole Mackenzie
Joey Coleman
as Policeman
Mackenzie Ripley
as Lily
Geraldine James
as Marilla Cuthbert
Joanna Douglas
as Miss Stacy
Kiawentiio
as Ka'kwet
Kiiwetin George Huddart Amik
as Child
Leanne Miller
as Scullery Maid
Sheronna Osbourne
as Black Woman
Daimen Landori-Hoffman
as Billy's Pal #2/Paul #2
Katelyn Wells
as Mary Joe
Alexandra Floras-Matic
as Older Girl
Ella Parent
as Child #2
Andrea Grant
as Judge
Ian Downie
as Ancient Receptionist
Layne Daybutch-Pine
as Child
Daniel Kash
as Pawnbroker
Philip Williams
as Thomas Lynde
Todd Campbell
as Train Worker
Jenna Shamata
as Pye Maid
Trenna Keating
as Mrs. Pye
Stephen Tracey
as Mr. Phillips
Philip Graeme
as Wealthy Man
Willow Daybutch-Pine
as Child
Jacob Horsley
as Charlie Sloane
Tyler Barish
as Newsie
Rachel Cairns
as Mrs. Phelan
Wayne Best
as John Blythe
Tammy Isbell
as Mrs. Mackenzie
Matteo Fiorini
as Child/Indigenous Boy
Alora Maracle-Asham
as Mimikej
Ashleigh Stewart
as Winifred Rose
Jim Annan
as Mr. Gillis
Nicholas Fry
as Child in Choir #1
Kerry-Lee Finkle
as Busybody Woman 1
Terry Hart
as Dance Caller
Frank Moore
as Cigar-Smoking Codger
Taras Lavren
as Nate
Torquil Colbo
as Sam
Kirsten Wendlandt
as Sales Floor Employee
Alden Adair
as Shady Man
Brooklyn Herd
as Gillis Sister
Amos Crawley
as Mr. Pye
Yanna McIntosh
as Hazel
Patrick McManus
as Father Beck
Merle Newell
as Woman
Brandon Oakes
as Aluk
Helene Robbie
as Elegant Woman
James McDougall
as Stablehand
Araya Mengesha
as Elijah Hanford/Elijah
Madi Langdon
as Chorus Member
Timothy Mooney
as Mr. Hammond
Callum Shoniker
as Little Kid One
Neil Foster
as Bank Manager
Seán Cullen
as Talking Sunflower
Miranda McKeon
as Josie Pye
Charlie Zeltzer
as Charlie Baynard
Shawn Devlin
as Man #2
R.H. Thomson
as Matthew Cuthbert
Ella Sinatra Querin
as Baynard Kid/Ella Baynard
Luke Marty
as Younger Gentleman
Ashley Magwood
as Mrs. MacPherson
Kyle Meagher
as Billy's Pal #1/Paul #1
Ian D. Clark
as Stationmaster
Greta Onieogou
as Ruth
Richard Ausar Stewart
as Bartender
Ted Atherton
as Mr. Rose
Steve Ross
as Chorus Member
Cory Grüter-Andrew
Melanie Nicholls-King
as Hazel Lacroix
Lisa Codrington
as Constance
Liisa Repo-Martell
as Mrs. Rose
Wesley French
as Sipu
R. H. Thomson
as Matthew Cuthbert
Porter Schaefer
as Little Boy
Zoë Brown
as Child #5
Norman Owen
as Man
Judy Marshak
as Busybody Woman 2
Delphine Roussel
as Marilla's Mother
Michael Podemski
as Kitpu
Jim Codrington
as Clergyman/Minister Hall
Cara Ricketts
as Mary/Mary Lacroix
Geoff Stevens
as Man in Drag
Nicolette Pearse
as Vandeuse
Stephen McGrath
as Stationmaster
Christina Pitts Jazzar
as Wife/Chorus Member
Andrew Gillies
as Codger 2
Zoe Hatz
as Little Kid Two
Sarah Wilson
as Mrs. Bell
Chick Roberts
as Old Teacher
Nicky Lawrence
as Jocelyn
J. Sean Elliott
as Male Artist
Bruce Dow
as Examiner
Glenna Walters
as Tillie Boulter
Maximillian Krumme
as Baynard Kid/Max Baynard
Dan Warry-Smith
as Stablemaster
Theresa Tova
as Madam Lyudmila
Helen Taylor
as Wealthy Lady
Alex McCooeye
as Alfred
Brian Frank
as Man #1
Jeremy Crawford
as Ice Cream Vendor
Ines Feghouli
as Sandie Baynard
John Blackwood
as Codger 3
Catherine McNally
as Mrs. Kincannon
Zenna Davis-Jones
as Young Woman
Catherine Fitch
as Sister Cecilia
Brenda Bazinet
as Jeannie
Andrew Shaver
as Mr. Baynard
Mia Delma Redeye
as Child
David Frisch
as Peddler
Lucas Jade Zumann
as Gilbert Blythe
Kent Staines
as Rollings
Kira Gelineau
as Jeannie's Friend
Dana Solomon
as Oqwatnuk
Zoe McGarry
as Girl #2
Emily Roman
as Anne 'Double'
Deborah Grover
as Josephine Barry
David Ingram
as Mr. Andrews/Harmon Andrews
Ronan Meawasige-Crease
as Child
Jonathan Holmes
as Mr. William Barry
Matt Raymond
as Five Year Old Boy
Margaret Lamarre
as Miss Rogerson
Kevin Forster
as Caleb Lynde
Tim Post
as Conductor
Gabriel Grennan
as Young Matthew
Korey James Shawana-Sherry
as Child
Alice Malakhov
as Alice Baynard/Baynard Kid
Joanne Boland
as Woman in Blue Top Hat
Clinton Walker
as Judge 1
Jacob Ursomarzo
as Moody Spurgeon
Nathalie Toriel
as Cecile Chaminade
Shawn Lawrence
as Jack Mason
Allan Michael Brunet
as Snake Oil Salesman
Ella Jonas Farlinger
as Prissy Andrews
Dylan Trowbridge
as Father
David Kirby
as Doctor
Krystina Bojanowski
as Mrs. Morrison
Cassidy Fox
as Young Marilla
Darren Eisnor
as Young John Blythe
Brian Bisson
as Fireman
Marissa Kate Wilson
as Young Woman's Friend
Moira Walley-Beckett
as Lady
Kyla Matthews
as Ruby Gillis
Deborah Tennant
as Mrs. Spurgeon/Chorus Member
Dan Lett
as Clayton/Clayton (Shopkeeper)
Dalila Bella
as Diana Barry
Amybeth McNulty
as Anne Shirley-Cuthbert/Anne Shirley
Glen McDonald
as Man #1
Paul Nicholas Mason
as Barker
Stephen Jackson
as Cobbler
Harper Gunn
as Child #1
Sophie Goulet
as Mrs. Baynard
Michael Crawford
as Husband/Chorus Member/Sammy
Aidan Chase
as Alexandre Baynard
Andrea Creighton
as Maid
Tom McCamus
as Mr. Malcolm Frost
Tom Bishop Jr.
as Carriage driver
Alexandra Chaves
as Chorus Member
Dalila Bela
as Diana Barry
Chandra Galasso
as Brothel Madam
Corinne Conley
as Mrs. Thomas
Aymeric Jett Montaz
as Jerry Baynard
Katie Advani
as Anne Acting Double
Ngabo Nabea
as Street Vendor
Tyson Meawasige-Foisy
as Child
Molly Wabegijig-Skanes
as Child
Roger Clown
as Old Teacher
Maureen Ludford
as Jack's Wife
Rob Ramsay
as Mr. Avery
Helen Johns
as Mrs. Eliza Barry
Shannon McDonough
as Cobbler's Wife
Will Conlon
as White Man
Jane Luk
as Female Artist
Ryan Kiera Armstrong
as Minnie May Barry
Kevan Kase
as Man #2
Janet Porter
as Mrs. Andrews
Edie Inksetter
as Mrs. Hammond
David Fox
as Infirm Old Man
Avery Trask
as Girl #1
Ivano DiCaro
as Child #3
Luke McCoag
as Neighbour
Max Rampino
as Boy
Wade Bogert-O'Brien
as Oliver Thatcher
Elana Dunkelman
as Pixie Haired Woman
Carina Battrick
as Six Year Old Girl
Robert Clarke
as Oculist
Corrine Koslo
as Rachel Lynde
Matt Willis
as Tradesman
Katherine Sorbey
as Medicine Woman
Fiona Byrne
as Mrs. Gillis
Lucy Winkle
as Orphanage Worker
Martha Girvin
as Mrs. Spencer
Isabel Meawasige-Crease
as Child
Alanna Romero-Pashe
as Child
Dalmar Abuzeid
as Sebastian 'Bash' Lacroix
Lia Pappas-Kemps
as Jane Andrews
Shane Carty
as Mr. Dunlop
Kya Rose
as Child
Charlie Benger
as Michael Cuthbert
Karen P. Brown
as Chorus Member
Elizabeth Gnidash
as Little Kid Three
Anna Claire Bartlam
as Young Jeannie
Christian Martyn
as Billy Andrews
Teagan Rayne Sellers
as Child in Choir #2
Braden Wright
as Judge 3
Brian Paul
as Dr. Ward
Jennifer Wigmore
as Sister Maria
Colin Simmons
as Cleric
Malakai Fox
as Chorus Member

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2017 | 7 Episodes

Season 2

2018 | 10 Episodes

Season 3

2019 | 10 Episodes

Media

All

Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

The Joey Awards, Vancouver 2017

Winner

The Joey Awards, Vancouver

Best Series Regular or Leading Actor in a TV Series 10-11 Years

Canadian Cinema Editors Awards 2018

Nominee

Canadian Cinema Editors Awards

Best Editing in 1 Hour Scripted

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