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8.6%
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About this title

Storyline

The town of Deadwood, South Dakota in the weeks following the Custer massacre is a lawless sinkhole of crime and corruption. Into this uncivilized outpost ride a disillusioned and bitter ex-lawman, Wild Bill Hickok, and Seth Bullock, a man hoping to find a new start for himself. Both men find themselves quickly on opposite sides of the legal and moral fence from Al Swearengen, saloon owner, hotel operator, and incipient boss of Deadwood. The lives of these three intertwine with many others, the high-minded and the low-lifes who populate Deadwood in 1876.

Official Sites: Official IMDb, Official Wikipedia

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: March 21, 2004

Also Known As: Изсъхнали клони, Deadwood (televisieserie) |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (MA15+), Brazil (16) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

saloon
gold rush
gold mine
saloon owner

Company Credits

Production Co: CBS Paramount Network Television, Home Box Office (HBO) |  See more »

Cast

Michael M. Foster
as Bella Union Craps Dealer
Joey Rocketshoes Dillon
as Gold Miner
Andy Moore
as Dental Patient/Scam Artist
John Hawkes
as Sol Star
Sarah Pachelli
as Janine
Anthony DiMaria
as Pinkerton Douglass
Damon Weber
as Oregon Bound Boy
Candice T. Cain
as Gem Whore
David Nelson
as David
Meghan Glennon
as Lila
Holly Carbrey
Pruitt Taylor Vince
as Mose Manuel
Nick Offerman
as Tom Mason
Jeff Feuerhaken
as Prospector
Juddson Keith Linn
as Milliner
Gene Thatcher
Seth Peterson
Stephen Tobolowsky
as Hugo Jarry
Ray McKinnon
as Reverend H.W. Smith
Greg Cipes
as Miles Anderson
James Parks
as Clell Watson
Zvonimir Hace
as Prospector
Garret Dillahunt
as Francis Wolcott/Jack McCall
Al Collado
as Store Proprietor
David Anders
as Infantryman
Glenn Morshower
as Bart
Titus Welliver
as Silas Adams
Ursula Brooks
as Whore #6
Michael Morris
Danny Le Boyer
as Lee's Henchman
Timothy Olyphant
as Seth Bullock
Christopher Darga
as Byron Sampson
Omar Gooding
as Odell Marchbanks
Jane Leigh Connelly
Sarah Avigdori
as Saloon Girl
Allen Keller
as Marvin
Tony Swift
as Prospector
Scott Weintraub
Jaden Christopher
as Chinese Slave
Randall Yarbrough
as Soldier
Tzi Ma
as Mahjong Player
G.T. Holme
as Miner in the Gem Saloon
David Beggs
as Prospector
Cheryl Huggins
as Gem Whore #2
Linda Wang
as Chinese Slave Whore
Michael David Lally
as Captain Bubb
David LeBell
Toni Oswald
as Red-Haired Prostitute
Gordon Clapp
as Gustave - The Tailor
Al Leong
as Laundryman
Jon Lee Rabette
as Pinkerton
Harry Callahan
Geri Jewell
as Jewel
Kevin P. Kearns
as Pasco
Ralph Richeson
as Richardson
Maury Sterling
as Elmer - Chez Ami Labourer
David Redding
as Davey
Sarah B. Lund
as Sara
Austin Nichols
as Morgan Earp
Zack Whedon
Brooke Veluzat
as Schoolgirl
Leon Rippy
as Tom Nuttall
Michelle Haner
Jennifer Lutheran
as Jen
Jeffrey Jones
as A.W. Merrick
Jim Cody Williams
as Terrence
Mark C. Thomas
Justin Born
as Townsman
Jesse Wilde
as Businessman/Crier/Lawyer
Nicolas Surovy
as Captain Massie
Nick Amandos
as Jack - Bella Union Bartender/Jack Young
Cullen Douglas
as Bank Customer/Committee Man
Michael Keyes
as Gun Store Owner
Joe Forbes
as Townsman/Cowboy
Sharon Garnier
as Alice
Amanda Young
as Whore
Jeff Cahill
as Crop Ear/Eamon
Alissa Archer
as Gem Whore
Alice Krige
as Maddie
David Ligon
as Lawyer
Shelby Rose Storace
Richard Gant
as Hostetler
Will Leong
as Lee's Henchman
Jared Snyder
as Barrett
Kirk Fox
as Charlie Manuel
Jim Beaver
as Whitney Ellsworth
Mei Melançon
as Chinese Slavewhore
Jackson Bridgers
as Schoolboy
Brent Sexton
as Harry Manning
Marshall Bell
as Magistrate Claggett
Cade Carradine
as Jubal
Joseph Falasca
as Pistolero Corey
Zach Grenier
as Andy Cramed
Nicole Ansari-Cox
as Josiane
Toby Bronson
as Drunk with singer
Julius Callahan
as Card Dealer/Prospector
Victoria Jones Ramorino
as Gem Whore
Allan Graf
as Captain Turner
Anna Catharine Brown
as Schoolgirl
Trevor Knoop
Monty Stuart
Gail Flatt
Paula Malcomson
as Trixie
Josh Eriksson
as William Bullock
Chad Brannon
as 2nd Infantryman
Dean Rader-Duval
as Jimmy Irons
Franc Ross
as Louis
Anna Gunn
as Martha Bullock
Dana Ashbrook
as Hearst Goon
George Adams
as Prospector
Honey Lauren
Christopher Valin
as Lawyer/Miner
Ian McShane
as Al Swearengen
Leah Ann Cevoli
as Gem Whore Leigh/Gem Whore Tess
Larry Cedar
as Leon
John Radcliff
as Hoople
Allison Gammon
Channon Roe
as Slippery Dan
Peter Coyote
as General Crook
Gale Harold
as Wyatt Earp
Lemmy
as Townsman
Dan Hildebrand
as Shaughnessy/Tim Driscoll
Tom Simmons
as Poker Player - at No. 10/Lou
Jessica Lynn
Robin Weigert
as Calamity Jane
Kristen Bell
as Flora Anderson
Peter Jason
as Con Stapleton
Philip Moon
as Lee
Tim DeZarn
as Townsman/Townsman (bank customer)/Townsman who pays crier
Everette Wallin
as Joey
Scott Ian
as Hearst Bodyguard
Izabella Miko
as Carrie
Alan Jordan
Parisse Boothe
as Tess
Molly Parker
as Alma Garret
Carl Virden
as Bank Guard/Tradesman
Channing Swift
as Prospector
Dirk Blocker
as Jay Johnson
Scott Rosa
as Townsman
Sean LoGrasso
as Cowboy
Sean Bridgers
as Johnny Burns
Erica Swanson
as Doris
Brent Briscoe
as Prosecutor
Eric Shackelford
as Sturgis Cowboy
Fiona Dourif
as Chez Ami Whore
Lloyd Lineen
as Miner in the Street
Dan Conroy
as Cornishman
Aubrey Morris
as Chesterton
Rick Dano
Powers Boothe
as Cy Tolliver
Dusty Hill
as Townsman
Bud Clark
as Ernie
Angela Nicholas
as Mary - 'The Lady in Red'
Eamonn Roche
Raynor Scheine
as Prospector #2
Iris Braydon
as Bella Whore
Victor McCay
Brad Dourif
as Doc Cochran
Mike Hagerty
as Loud Wagoneer
Robyn Hyden
William Russ
as Otis Russell
Danielle McKee
as Gem Whore
Franklyn Ajaye
as Samuel Fields
W. Scott Mason
Sarah Paulson
as Miss Isringhausen
Pasha D. Lychnikoff
as Blazanov
Chandra Richards
as Rose
M. Dutch DeBoer
Keone Young
as Mr. Wu
Gerald McRaney
as George Hearst
Monty 'Hawkeye' Henson
as Hawkeye
Jamie McShane
as Ned Mason
Clay Wilcox
as Loudmouth Drunk in the Gem Saloon
Steve J. Palmer
as Hearst Bodyguard
Richard Wharton
as Cowboy Outside Bunkhouse
Michael Lampe
as Prospector
Chase Ellison
as Richie
Misti Cassar
Tahmus Rounds
as Bella - Union Faro Dealer
Joel McKinnon Miller
as Nathan Gordon
Tammy Brooks
as Gem Whore
Ashleigh Kizer
as Dolly
Keith Carradine
as Wild Bill Hickock
Pearl Aday
as Gem Whore
Joe Chrest
as Persimmon Phil
Dayton Callie
as Charlie Utter
Paul Blackthorne
as Hearst's man needling Cornishmen
Gary Leffew
as Vigilante
Kai Cofer
Gill Gayle
as Huckster
Rex Brown
as Man Drinking at Bar #2
Ricky Jay
as Eddie Sawyer
Billy Gibbons
as Townsman
Dennis Christopher
as Bellegarde
Gareth Williams
as Smallpox Victim at the Gem Saloon
Bethalyn Staples
as Bella Union Saloon Girl
Dylan Haggerty
as Abusive John
Seth Olson
as Soldier
William Sanderson
as E.B. Farnum
Zack Ward
as Hotel Desk Clerk
Julie Ariola
as Countess
Ted Mann
as Rutherford
A.J. Dunn
as Pinkerton Man
Cleo King
as Aunt Lou Marchbanks
Carla Bianchi
as Mary Stokes
Mike McGrath
Bree Seanna Wall
as Sofia Metz
Brian Cox
as Jack Langrishe
Michael Harney
as Steve
Keith Stevenson
as Chinese Whorehouse Customer
Rico Nance
as Businessman
Teresa Shae
Timothy Omundson
as Brom Garret
Frank G. Turner
as Barney - Barber
Jerry Cantrell
as Man Drinking at Bar #1
Sarah Foster
W. Earl Brown
as Dan Dority
Susie Jo Hawkins
as Susie
David Carpenter
as Vigilante
Vanessa Robertson
as Whore #4
Kim Dickens
as Joanie Stubbs
Elijah Veluzat
Bill Bolender
as Artie Simpson
Dennis Keiffer
Pavel Lychnikoff
Cynthia Ettinger
as Claudia

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2004 | 12 Episodes

Season 2

2005 | 12 Episodes

Season 3

2006 | 12 Episodes

Media

All

Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

Casting Society of America, USA 2004

Nominee

Casting Society of America, USA

Best Casting for TV, Dramatic Episodic

Nominee

Casting Society of America, USA

Best Casting for TV, Dramatic Pilot

Gold Derby Awards 2004

Nominee

Gold Derby Awards

Drama Series

Nominee

Gold Derby Awards

Drama Lead Actor

Nominee

Gold Derby Awards

Drama Guest Actor

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