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Lord Robert Crawley, Earl of Grantham (Hugh Bonneville) sees his family heritage, especially the grand country home Downton Abbey, as his mission in life. The death of his heir aboard R.M.S. Titanic means distant cousin Matthew Crawley (Dan Stevens), a Manchester lawyer, suddenly is next in line and accepts moving onto the vast estate with his even more modernist, socially engaged mother, who clashes with his Lordship's domineering, conservative mother, the dowager countess. Marrying off the daughters is another concern. Meanwhile, the butler presides over a staff which serves the family, but also lead most of their entire lives in the servants' quarters, intriguing amongst themselves.

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

Country: United Kingdom

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: January 9, 2011

Also Known As: Panství Downton, Downton Abbey |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (M), Brazil (12, 10, Livre) |  See more »


Plot Keywords

period drama

Company Credits

Production Co: Carnival Film & Television, Masterpiece Theatre


Mark Morrell
as Mr. Fairclough
Ruairi Conaghan
as Kiernan Branson
Sarah Maddocks
as Emily
Janet Montgomery
as Freda Dudley Ward
Stuart Matthews
as Barman
Gerard Mcdermott
as High Sheriff
Cat Kolubayev
as Dancer
James Edgington
as Porter
Paul Copley
as Mr. Mason
Maria Doyle Kennedy
as Vera Bates
Tom Cullen
as Anthony Gillingham
Jon Glover
as King George V
Rade Serbedzija
as Prince Kuragin
Oliver Dimsdale
as Prince of Wales
Devon Black
as Receptionist
Kiri Te Kanawa
as Dame Nellie Melba
Gemma Rourke
as Lady Jane Radcliffe
Anthony Milton
as Club Guest Dancer/Veteran in Crowd
Martin Webbe
as Prisioner
Pete Lee-Wilson
as Porter
Julian Ovenden
as Charles Blake
Matthew David Hearn
as Injured Soldier
Alex McNally
as Cab Driver
Amy Nuttall
as Ethel Parks
Richard Hansell
as Medical Officer
Jamie Bradley
as Hairdresser
James Joyce
as Dinner Guest
Edward Baker-Duly
as Terence Margadale
Moray Treadwell
as Farmer
Louise Calf
as Kitty Colthurst
Richard E. Grant
as Simon Bricker
Teresa Mahoney
as Villager
Michael Benz
as Ethan Slade
Dilyana Bouklieva
Allen Leech
as Tom Branson
Rick Bacon
as Mr. Henderson
Nicholas Blatt
as Brookes, Sir Richards Valet
Anna Chancellor
as Lady Anstruther
Edmund Kente
as Mead
Joshua Richards
as Stall Holder
Terence Harvey
as Jarvis
Danny Burns
as Stretcher Bearer
Sue Johnston
as Miss Denker
Sarah Crowden
as Lady Manville
Shaun Newnham
as Mechanic
Cara Bamford
as Housemaid
Emma Lowndes
as Mrs. Drewe/Mrs. Margie Drewe
Jane Wenham
as Mrs. Bates
Daisy Lewis
as Sarah Bunting
Zoe Boyle
as Lavinia Swire
Alex Carter
as Waiter
Scott Plumridge
as Waiter
Catherine Steadman
as Mabel Lane Fox
Charlie Cox
as Duke of Crowborough
Thomas Howes
as William Mason
William Travis
as Stall Keeper
Georgina Bennett
as Volunteer
Andrew Caley
as Judge
Brendan Patricks
as Evelyn Napier
Nicholas Lumley
as Auctioneer
Laura Carmichael
as Lady Edith Crawley
Clare Calbraith
as Jane Moorsum
Lucille Sharp
as Reed
Douglas Reith
as Lord Merton
Christine Mackie
as Daphne Bryant
Christopher Rozycki
as Count Rostov
Nigel Havers
as Lord Hepworth
Gwendolen Chatfield
as White Feather Girl
Patricia Hodge
as Mrs. Pelham
Phoebe Sparrow
as Amelia Cruikshank/Amelia Grey
Ed Cooper Clarke
as Tim Grey
Gintare Beinoraviciute
as Kitchen Maid/Guest
Ged Simmons
as Turner
Alun Armstrong
as Stowell
Giles Spencer
as Officer
Di Botcher
as Nanny West
Penelope Wilton
as Isobel Crawley
Sharon Small
as Marigold Shore
Jefferson King
as Detective/Gentleman/Maitre D'
Brendan Coyle
as John Bates
Peter McNeil O'Connor
as Sergeant Stevens
Martin Walsh
as Mr. Finch
Kenneth Bryans
as Nield
Jane Lapotaire
as Princess Irina
Hannah Wood
as Brancaster Kitchen Maid
Pamela Betsy Cooper
as Aristocrat with Dog
Kieran Hodgson
as First Student
John Henshaw
as Jos Tufton
Stephen Ventura
as Davis
Nathan Webb
as Lieutenant NRV
Amir Heath
as Waiter at the Ritz
Paul Putner
as Mr. Skinner
Roberta Kerr
as Chemist's Assistant
James Phelips
as Waiter
Alexander Cooper
as Rules Waiter
Christos Lawton
as Billy
Martyn Mayger
as Bidder/Prisoner
Simon Lowe
as Maître d'
Karl Haynes
as Dent
James Greene
as Sir Mark Stiles
Erin Surtees
as School Child
Ian Marr
as Abbey Visitor
Adrian Mitchell
as Abbey Visitor
Matt Milne
as Alfred Nugent
Charlie Anson
as Larry Grey
Hayley Jayne Standing
as Lucy
Anton Valensi
as Arresting Officer
Danielle Kingston
as Rose's Friend
Christopher Longman
as Prisoner
Laura Jeanne
as Nurse
Matt Jamie
as Dinner Guest
Bill Fellows
as Joe Burns
Alan Billingham
as At the Hospital Meeting
Joncie Elmore
as John Pegg
Paul Simmons
as Gentleman at Arms
Simon Poland
as Defense Barrister
Harriet Walter
as Lady Shackleton
Paul Giamatti
as Harold Levinson
Kevin McNally
as Horace Bryant
Greg Hobbs
as Heckler
Theo James
as Kemal Pamuk
Peter Agnelli
as Villager
Nick Sampson
as Prosecution Barrister
Nicky Bell
as Tough Man at Dance
Philip Battley
as John Harding
Spencer Cowan
as Second Student
Matt Barber
as Atticus Aldridge
Sophie McShera
as Daisy Mason/Daisy Robinson
Bernard Gallagher
as Bill Molesley
Martin Reeve
as Clerk
Tina Simmons
as The Velvet Violin Club Guest
James Faulkner
as Lord Sinderby
Robert Clayton
as Injured Soldier
Samantha Bond
as Lady Rosamund Painswick
Daniel Pirrie
as Major Charles Bryant
Jason Furnival
as Craig
David Acton
as Doctor
Graham Bandy
as Medical Orderley/Melodeon Player
Shirley MacLaine
as Martha Levinson
Fifi Hart
as Sybbie Branson
Stephen Mason
as Prison Guard
Maggie Smith
as Violet Crawley, Dowager Countess of Grantham
Nicky Henson
as Charles Grigg
Edward Scott-Clarke
as Restaurant Waiter
Oliver Ashworth
as Wireless Technician
Roman Green
as British Battlefield Amputee/Veteran
Timothy Carlton
as Judge
Stephen Omer
as Registrar
Philip Wallace
as Stage Door Keeper
Andy Evason
as Injured Officer
Howard Gossington
as Veteran
Poppy Drayton
as Madeleine Allsopp
Stephen Critchlow
as John Ward, MP
Adrian Lukis
as Sir John Darnley
Susie Coats
as Nanny Crawley
Sophie Cosson
as Prostitute
Aisling Hughes
as Crying Girl
Joanne Froggatt
as Anna Bates/Anna Smith
Ethan Chapples
as Atticus' Brother
Josh Dinneen
as Hallboy
Lucas Culff
as School Child
Zac Barker
as George Crawley
Cheryl Burniston
as Girl at Auction
Oliver Barker
as George Crawley
MyAnna Buring
as Edna Braithwaite
Christina Carty
as Virginia Woolf
Kevin Doyle
as Joseph Molesley
Hilary Joyce
as Diner
Jason Nicholls
as Rules Patron
Alister Austin
as Station Guard
Rupert Frazer
as Neville Chamberlain
Maya Lindh
as Lady Annabelle MacClare
Richard Bevan
as Dr. Harrison
Fergus O'Donnell
as John Drake
Tom Morley
as Abbey Visitor
Lewis James
as Prisoner
Michael Cochrane
as Reverend Travis
Deborah Wise
as Rally Attendee
Jonathan Brooks
as Fairgoer
Elizabeth McGovern
as Cora Crawley, Countess of Grantham
Neil Bell
as Durrant
Keiran Flynn
as Hotel Receptionist
Chris Townsend
Harry Hadden-Paton
as Bertie Pelham
Ed Pearce
as Reggie Swire
James H. Bristow
as Auction Attendant
Gary Carr
as Jack Ross
Siobhan Finneran
as Sarah O'Brien
Michael Culkin
as Archbishop of York
David G. Robinson
as Prosecutor/Uniformed Padre
Louis Hilyer
as Inspector Vyner
Hugh Bonneville
as Robert Crawley, Earl of Grantham
Jeremy Swift
as Spratt
Steven F Thompson
as Committee Member
Jonathan Jaynes
as Postmaster
Andrew Alexander
as Sir John Bullock
Rachel Marquez
as Mrs. Dupper
Howard Ward
as Sergeant Willis
Ed Speleers
as Jimmy Kent
Peter Egan
as Hugh 'Shrimpie' MacClare, Marquess of Flintshire
Clare Higgins
as Mrs. Bartlett
Helen Sheals
as Postmistress/Mrs. Wigan
Rosie Jones
as White Feather Girl
Stuart Ward
as Thug
Valerie Dane
as Queen Mary
Hugh O'Brien
as Diner/Gentleman/Policeman
Richard Butler
as Northumbrian Piper
Matthew Rohman
as Market Stall Owner
Wendy Albiston
as Abbey Visitor
Penny Downie
as Lady Sinderby
Trevor White
as Major Patrick Gordon
James Francis Andrews
as Wedding Guest/Fashion Show Spectator/Liberal Supporter
Filippo Delaunay
as Villager
John Voce
as Photographer
Jordan Long
as Taxi Driver
Trevor Cooper
as Mr. Glover
Simon Lawson
as Man in Chemist
Darren Machin
as Basil Shute
Cal MacAninch
as Henry Lang
Cathy Sara
as Mrs. Drake
Catherine Balavage
as Suffragette
Ross O'Connor
as Racing Driver #7
Mark Penfold
as Mr. Charkham
Simone Lahbib
as Wilkins
Dan Noye
as Upperclass Gentleman 3
Dean Williamson
as Farmer
Robert Roman Ratajczak
as Footman
David Sibley
as Hospital Doctor
Nigel Betts
as Farmer
Ronald Pickup
as Sir Michael Reresby
James Currie
as Best Man
Ray Burnet
as The Verger
Jake Rowley
as Paparazzo
Nichola Burley
as Rita Bevan
Charlotte Hamblin
as Lady Anne Acland
Lionel Guyett
as Taylor
Ron Donachie
as Mr. McCree
Julie Eagleton
as Mother/Smart Villager/Wedding Guest/Mourner/Point-to-Point Spectator
Glen Stanway
as Prisoner
Michael Fox
as Andy
Brian Woodward
as Prisoner
Rob James-Collier
James Fox
as Lord Aysgarth
Jamie de Courcey
as Liberal Candidate
Jonathan Coy
as George Murray
Graham Padden
as Army Doctor
Guy Williams
as King George V
Alastair Bruce
as Brancaster Butler/Lord Chamberlain
Dan Stevens
as Matthew Crawley
Milly Thomas
as Abbey Visitor
Vanessa Quiney
as B&B Guest
Ian Kelly
as Doctor at Moorfields Hospital
Shaun Hennessy
as Tug-of-War Judge
Nick Owenford
as Lawyer
Sebastian Dunn
as Charlie Rogers
Perry Millward
as Paperboy
Matthew Canny
as Dancer
Robert Bathurst
as Sir Anthony Strallan
Ben Bradshaw
as Chemist
James Hare
as Gentleman Usher
Dominic Kemp
as Jury Foreman
Jim Carter
as Charles Carson
Patrick Brennan
as Mr. Dawes/Headmaster
Laura Hydari
as Maid
Iain Glen
as Sir Richard Carlisle
Peter Hamilton Dyer
as Racing Commentator
Richard Hawley
as NCO
Jeremy Clyde
as General Robertson
Richard Dempsey
as Footman
Elizabeth Hill
as Nurse
Patrick Kennedy
as Terence Sampson
Greg Bennett
as Officer at Benefit Concert
Nick Davison
as Upper Class Wedding Guest
Kate Bowes Renna
as Heckler
Jessica Brown Findlay
as Lady Sybil Crawley/Lady Sybil Branson
Andrew Westfield
as Lynch
David Robb
as Dr. Clarkson
Lesley Nicol
as Mrs. Patmore
Lily-Fleur Bradbury
as Night-club Dancer
Naomi Radcliffe
as Mrs. Elcot
David Ellis
as Local Farmer
Marcus Kelly
as Thug
Tim Pigott-Smith
as Sir Philip Tapsell
Alice Patten
as Diana Clark
Andrew Scarborough
as Tim Drewe
Phyllis Logan
as Mrs. Hughes
Victoria Emslie
as Audrey
Holly Aston
as Waitress
Sean McKenzie
as Mr. Bromidge
Dean Ashton
as Evans
Christine Lohr
as Mrs. Bird
Cara Theobold
as Ivy Stuart
Yves O'Hara
as Mason Worker
Tristan Beint
as Waiter
Tony Turner
as Inspector Stanford
Antonia Bernath
as Laura Edmunds
Joanna David
as Duchess of Yeovil
Phoebe Nicholls
as Susan MacClare, Marchioness of Flintshire
Roy Beck
as Convict
David Keeling
as Abbey Visitor
Kyra Williams
as At the Hospital Meeting
Nigel Harman
as Green
Chris Cowlin
as Yeoman of the Guard
Colin R. Campbell
as Man at Smithy
Alice Shuttleworth
as At the Hospital Meeting
Charles Edwards
as Michael Gregson
Lachlan Nieboer
as Lieutenant Edward Courtenay
Roger Morlidge
as Artificial Limbs Man
Emma Keele
as Mavis
Graham Saxon
as Dinner guest/Town folk
as Dog
Adam Lannon
as Plainclothesman
Julian Wadham
as General Sir Herbert Strutt
Michelle Dockery
as Lady Mary Crawley
David Maybrick
as Stretcher Bearer
Augusta Woods
as Hotel Maid
Thomas Campbell
as Captain Smiley
Lily James
as Lady Rose MacClare
Paul Prescott
as At the Hospital Meeting
Eva Samms
as Marigold Gregson
Michael Haydon
as Prisoner
Lauren Beacham
as Bella Davis
Matthew Goode
as Henry Talbot
Noah Jupe
as Child
Albert Tang
as Club Guest
Issy van Randwyck
as Nurse
Karina Samms
as Marigold Gregson
Raquel Cassidy
as Baxter
Rose Leslie
as Gwen Dawson/Gwen Harding
Evie Wray
as Lady
Robert James-Collier
as Thomas Barrow
Tony Pritchard
as Prison Officer
Yves Aubert
as Arsene Avignon
Jonathan Howard
as Sam Thawley
Richard Teverson
as Dr. Ryder
Matthew Jure
as Hotel Porter

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2011 | 7 Episodes

Season 2

2012 | 9 Episodes

Season 3

2013 | 9 Episodes

Season 4

2014 | 9 Episodes

Season 5

2015 | 9 Episodes

Season 6

2016 | 9 Episodes




Awards & NominationsSee more »

BAFTA Awards 2011


BAFTA Awards

Best Photography and Lighting (Fiction/Entertainment)


BAFTA Awards

Best Production Design


BAFTA Awards

Best Director - Fiction/Entertainment


BAFTA Awards

Best Editing - Fiction/Entertainment


BAFTA Awards

Best Supporting Actor


BAFTA Awards

Best Drama Series


BAFTA Awards

Best Sound (Fiction/Entertainment)


BAFTA Awards

Banff Television Festival 2011


Banff Television Festival

Best Mini-Series

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