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About this title

Storyline

Eventually he becomes the most famous artist of all time -- a mythic figure in history -- but the path that forged Leonardo da Vinci's gift of superhuman genius is fraught with conflict as he searches for the truth and seeks to expose those who suppress it. He yearns for knowledge and his true calling, but the 25-year-old da Vinci is haunted by the absence of his mother and the disdain of his father; and as the ultimate free thinker in Renaissance Florence, he struggles to live within the confines of his own reality and time. A visionary -- both ostracized and celebrated for his ideas -- da Vinci begins not only to see the future, but to invent it.

Official Sites: Official IMDb, Official Facebook |  See more »

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: April 12, 2013

Also Known As: Da Vincio demonai, Da Vinci's Demons |  See more »

Parents Guide: Brazil (16), France (10) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

inventor
italy
old town
leonardo da vinci

Company Credits

Production Co: BBC Worldwide Productions, Phantom Four Films

Cast

Nicholas Asbury
as Mario
Ross O'Hennessy
as Commander Quattrone/Commander Quattone
Jack Parry-Jones
as Otranto Messenger
Lara Pulver
as Clarice Orsini
David Schofield
as Piero da Vinci
Tim Faraday
as Black Martin
David Sturzaker
as Bernardo Baroncelli
Victoria Maclean
as Crucified Washer Woman/Multiple Villagers on a Bridge
Stewart Scudamore
as Gedik
Sanna Kelly
as Florentine Woman
Harry Attwell
as Visconti
Geoffrey Newland
as Officer Capaldi
Ian Pirie
as Captain Dragonetti
Ollie Douglas
as Persian Matelot
Devlin Lloyd
as Medici Bank Cleric
Sean Baker
as Silvio
Fiona Dolman
as Anna Donati
James Jaysen Bryhan
as Carlo
Eleanor Matsuura
as Madame Singh
Peter Guinness
as Friar Tomás de Torquemada
Maxi Tilyard
as Chief Officer
Christopher Elson
as Jacopo Saltarelli
Sam O'Mahony
as Inca Predator 1
Helena Dennis
as Pazzi Noble Woman
Ciaran Rees
as Young Francesco
Peter Stark
as Mirko
Gioacchino Jim Cuffaro
as Councillor/Banker
Nick Dunning
as Lupo Mercuri
Grant Stimpson
as Morgante
Gareth Milton
as Servant
Andy Lucas
as Schbeeb
John Weldon
as Inn Keeper
Alexander Siddig
as Al-Rahim
Gavin Sims
as Drag Queen
Gregg Chilingirian
as Zoroaster
Robert Horwell
as Captain António de Noli
Simon Paisley Day
as Podesta Marino
Ken Bones
as The Jew
Eros Vlahos
as Nico
Simon Gregor
as Moses the Jew
Paul Freeman
as The Architect
Jude Wright
as Andrea
Jordan Bernarde
as Roland
Roger Evans
as The Bird Seller
Sharon Morgan
as Mother Albina
Ryan Mann
as Towns Man
Michael Geary
as Fish Seller
Kerim Hassan
as Ottoman Tank Commander
Benjamin Mowbray
as Crusade Soldier
Hywel Morgan
as Prison Bully
Scott Arthur
as Bianchi's Son
Allan Corduner
as Andrea Verrocchio/Verrocchio
Tony Wredden
as Esai
Tony Miller
as Otranto Townsperson
Elizabeth Haruna
as Slave
Estella Daniels
as Zita
Sabrina Bartlett
as Sophia
Erik Madsen
as Zircher
Simon Winkler
as Golo
Matthew Marsh
as Ferdinand I of Naples/King Ferrante
Ryan Davies
as Roberto
Shane McIntosh
as Inca Warrior
Jack Baggs
as Young Miner
Jack Farthing
as Botticelli
Danny Mellor
as Neopolitan Soldier
Craig Leonard
as Dock Worker/Pirate/Townsman
Dilan Gwyn
as Yana
Vincent Riotta
as Federico da Montefeltro, Duke of Urbino
Tom Cornish
as Jacopo Bracciolini
James Xavier Lam
as Medici Guard
Blake Ritson
as Girolamo Riario
Brendan Charleson
as Medici Bank Clerk
Shaun Parkes
as Solomon Ogbai/The Abyssinian
Brett Griffiths
as Executioner
Tonya Smith
as Distraught Mother
Joey Tadiar
as Inca Hunter
Sarah Ball
as Prioress Genevieve
Jamie Legg
as Brothel Greeter
Richard Burman
as Officer of the Night
James Faulkner
as Pope Sixtus IV
Akin Gazi
as Bayezid
Elliot Cowan
as Lorenzo Medici
Mickey Lewis
as Sinning Jesus on Cross
Lydia Leonard
as Queen Isabella of Castille
Tom Bateman
as Giuliano Medici
David Sterne
as Blind Beggar
Ian Furey-King
as Slave Trader
Gerard Horan
as Rodrigo
James Peake
as Miner
Chinna Wodu
as Adamu
Philip Arditti
as King Ferdinand
Tamar Karabetyan
as Malia
Mary Jo Randle
as Mad Ottavia
Sean Talo
as Acolyte
Lee Boardman
as Amerigo Vespucci
Isabella Blake-Thomas
as Beatrice
Rowena Diamond
as Harlot
Simon Holland Roberts
as Duke Urbino's Guard
Jason Stevens
as Ortranto Sailor
Ray Fearon
as Carlo de' Medici
Jenny Rainsford
as Sister Oriana
Raoul Max Trujillo
as Topa Inca Yupanqui
Louis Mertens
as Ottoman Youth
Simon Armstrong
as Scarpa
Louise Smith
as Pazzi Noble Woman
Dafydd Emyr
as Lieutenant Talus
Karim Zeroual
as Thief
Garnon Davies
as Server
Huw Higginson
as Vezzi
Stuart McNeil
as Officer of the Night
Tom Knight
as Francesco
Lee Paul Atkinson
as Dead Neapolitan Soldier Arm Amputee
Jem Wall
as Tripulante
Mathew David
as Naked Boy
Nik Davies
as Florence Town Councilor
Stephen Marzella
as Father Antonio Maffei
Bradley Freegard
as Santino
Nicholas Rowe
as Cardinal Orsini
Ruby Stokes
as Amelia
Carolina Guerra
as Ima
Hakan Silahsiz
as Turkish Prisoner
Darren Clarke
as Tommaso Portinari
Tom Wu
as Quon Shan
Julian Gillard
as Sentinel Sailor/Forge Worker/Forge worker/Sentinal Sailor
Michael Culkin
as Jacopo Pazzi
Hera Hilmar
as Vanessa
Hugh Bonneville
as Duke of Milan
James Ashton
as Le Coccodrillo/Young Neapolitan Guard
Ben Greaves-Neal
as Adin
Iain Mitchell
as Cicco
Leo Chell
as Otranto Soldier
Vangelis Christodoulou
as Ottoman Officer
Dave Mounfield
as Town Cryer
Ian Conningham
as Romano
Matthew Tennyson
as Altar Boy
Paul Westwood
as Niccolo Ardinghelli
Nathan Sussex
as Labyrinth Agent
Llinos Daniel
as Luchina Monleon
Gerald Royston Horler
as Turkish Soldier
Wyn Bowen Jones
as Rotund Miner
Michael Elwyn
as Gentile Becchi
Raymond Coulthard
as Jacob Pasha
Scott Stevenson
as Pazzi Nobleman
Benjamin Farmiloe
as Urchin
Simone Lahbib
as Laura Cereta
Ted Allpress
as Young Leonardo Da Vinci
Lee Craven
as Aristocratic Man/Conspirator
John Hollingworth
as Francesco Sassetti
Patrick Godfrey
as Cosimo de' Medici
Mark Sumner
as Conti
Jason Langley
as Officer Bertino
Ben Loyd-Holmes
as Condietere Battista
David Blackwell
as Teenaged Miner
David Cromarty
as Crusade Soldier/Pazzi Guard
John Cording
as Father Bagnone
Thomas Rees
as Young Alessandro
Kriss Dillon
as Turkish Guard
Gilbert Wynne
as Cardinal
Aidan Biddiscombe
as Council Aide/Florentine Townsfolk
Grahame Fox
as Captain Barbarigo
Steven Elliot
as Signor Campano
Siegfrid Calizo
as Transvestite
Jeany Spark
as Ippolita Maria Sforza
Gavin Lee Lewis
as Ottoman Trooper
David Lyndon
as Doge of Venice
Richard Sammel
as Hartweg
Nick Cornwall
as Otranto Veteran
Michael Dickins
as Merchant/Ghost Traveler/Horseman
Celyn Jones
as Fabrizio
Nicholas McGaughey
as Captain Sindona
Ned Dennehy
as Leader of the Labyrinth
Laura Rees
as Sister Dolores
Paul Rhys
as Vlad the Impaler
Joanna Lucas
as Anna
Stephen Casey
as Councillor Cellini
Jason May
as Ronaldo
Joe Coen
as Benedetto
Nathan Anthony
as Papal Attendee
Tom Riley
as Leonardo Da Vinci
Velibor Topic
as Mihail
Chris Batten
as Florentine Man
Sam Vincenti
as Bayezid's Guard
John-Paul Macleod
as Labyrinth Recruit
Ieuan Rhys
as Councilman De' Rossi
Ben Roe
as Neopolitan Sword Carrier
Elliot Levey
as Francesco Pazzi
Andrew Brooke
as Grunwald
Jilly Breeze
as Celia Lysimachus
Rhys Horler
as Turkish Warrior
Kai Owen
as Otranto Citizen
Waj Ali
as Ottoman Officer
Jon Foster
as Councilman
Colin Murtagh
as Florentine Townsfolk
Bill Thomas
as Vespasiano da Bisticci
Tyrone Lopez
as Labourer
Luis Miller
as Inca Warrior
Richard Jacobs
as Ozzo
Joe Claflin
as Scarpa's Assistant
Darren Clark
as Tommaso Portinari
Laura Haddock
as Lucrezia Donati
Ojan Genc
as Tank Gunner
Jonathon McGivern
as Bathhouse Customer
Valérie Bonhomme
as Mrs. Baroncelli
Sean Jackson
as Gualberto
Kyle Rees
as Carriage Driver
Chris Wilson
as Councillor
Sasha Behar
as Seer
Sililo Victor Martens
as Inca Pipe Player/Inca Warrior
Pino Maiello
as Neopolitan Captain
Kieran Bew
as Alfonso, Duke of Calabria
Asha Cecil
as Vlad's Servant

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2013 | 8 Episodes

Season 2

2014 | 10 Episodes

Season 3

2015 | 10 Episodes

Media

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Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

Primetime Emmy Awards 2013

Winner

Primetime Emmy Awards

Outstanding Original Main Title Theme Music

Winner

Primetime Emmy Awards

Outstanding Main Title Design

Nominee

Primetime Emmy Awards

Outstanding Special Visual Effects in a Supporting Role

BAFTA Awards, Wales 2014

Winner

BAFTA Awards, Wales

Best Actor (Yr Actor Gorau)

Nominee

BAFTA Awards, Wales

Best Production Design

Nominee

BAFTA Awards, Wales

Best Costume Design (Y Gwisgoedd Gorau)

Nominee

BAFTA Awards, Wales

Special, Visual Effects & Graphics

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