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The first in a planned series of shows detailing the Marvel universe, "Daredevil" follows Matt Murdock, attorney by day and vigilante by night. Blinded in an accident as a child, Murdock uses his heightened senses as Daredevil, fighting crime on the streets of New York after the sun goes down. His efforts are not welcomed by powerful businessman Wilson Fisk -- aka Kingpin -- and others whose interests collide with those of Daredevil. Though Murdock's day job portrays a man who believes in the criminal justice system, his alter ego suggests otherwise, as he takes the law into his own hands to protect his Hell's Kitchen neighborhood and the surrounding communities.

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

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Canceled

Language: English

Release Date: April 10, 2015

Also Known As: Drąsiaširdis, Сорвиголова |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (MA15+), Brazil (18) |  See more »


Plot Keywords

drug crime
secret identity
based on comic

Company Credits

Production Co: ABC Signature, DeKnight Productions |  See more »


Ashley North
as Panicked Parishioner/Town Supporter/Wealthy Hotel Patron
Corey Pierno
as Reporter #3
Royce Johnson
as Brett Mahoney/Sgt. Brett Mahoney
Francis Benhamou
as Andrea Morales
Gwendolyn Bucci
as Guest #2
Robert Vincent Smith
as Chief Bernie
George R. Sheffey
as Prosecutor
Kevin Nagle
as Roscoe Sweeney
Evan Dane Taylor
as Boxer
Keet Davis
as The Mark
Matthew R. Staley
as Scared Addict
Darin Guerrasio
as Police Technician
J.P. Groeninger
as Tough Dude
Amy Halldin
as Reporter #4/Reporter One
Angela Reed
as Marlene Fisk
Alex Falberg
as Semyon
Ari Blinder
as Agent #3
Joe Forbrich
as Philip Cabroni
Hank Strong
as FBI Agent
Mike Keller
as Officer Powell
David Sobolov
as Stone
Danny Johnson
as Benjamin Donovan
Nandita Shenoy
as Saanvi Nadeem
Cori Dioquino
as Sophia Carter
Jeremy Frutkin
as Frank's War Buddy (Still Photo)
Justin Michael Woods
as Court Officer
James Ciccone
as Cabbie
Hans Marrero
as Criminal #2
Brian Robert Burns
as Bodyguard
Ron Nakahara
as Hirochi
Chris Colombo
as Mr. Kazemi
JaQuinley Kerr
as Wealthy Guest/Business Owner
Jun Naito
as Japanese Thug
Matt Deangelis
as Jasper Evans
John Donchak
as Jogger
Jaime Slater
as Nurse Schwab
Cody Albrecht
as Frat Boy
Mike Carlsen
as Police Officer #2/Police Officer #3
Charlie Cox
as Matt Murdock/Daredevil
Chris Tardio
as Detective Blake
Shuhei Kinoshita
as Vain Thug
Scott Glenn
as Stick
Kelsey Wang
as Young Woman
Moisés Acevedo
as Santino
Victoria Castle
as Susanna
Lee Bergman
as Dr. Rosenberg
Kelly P. Williams
as Reporter
Robert 'Toshi' Kar Yuen Chan
as Gangster
Ilan Krigsfeld
as Gun Dealer
Jordon Bolden
as Emo Senior
Peter Conboy
as Cop
James Farley
as Police Officer
Carleton King
as Officer Minelli
Marcos Palma
as Petty Thief
Martin Chavez
as Man
Mark Richard Goldman
as Businessman
Luke Robertson
as Michael Kemp
Nancy Ellen Shore
as Art Patron
Phil Oddo
as Man in the Park
Bob Gunton
as Leland Owlsley
John Nania
as Agent Markham
Adam McNulty
as TAC Agent #2
Lesley Ann Warren
as Esther Falb
Max Baker
as Dr. Myman
Ben Thompson
as Quinn
Nikolai Nikolaeff
as Vladimir Ranskahov/Vladimir
Jagger Bruch
as Sick Child
Candice Gordon
as NYPD Crime Scene Tech
Tricia Mary Young
as Blind Worker
DeShawn Harold Mitchell
as Agent #1
Oliver Palmer
as Delivery Guy
Frankie Verroca
as Strung-Out Junkie
Christopher Parker
as Abusive Dad
Holly Cinnamon
as Julie Barnes
Anthony Mecca
as Tall Painter
John Pirkis
as Stan Gibson
Dave Bachman
as Guest #1
Brett Eidman
as Mikey
William Forsythe
as Dutton
Vic Noto
as Dog of Hell
Jay Ali
as Ray Nadeem
Maya Rosewood
as Tyler
Kassia Miller
as Caldwell
Tracy Friedman
as Security Guard
Kimberli Flores
as Agent Alvarez
Fajer Al-Kaisi
as Nihar Nadeem
Dion Sapp
as Plainclothes Cop
Grant Chang
as Blind Worker
Eric Trautmann
as Viktor the Vice
Tywan Wade
as Stoop Kid
Andrew Sensenig
as Agent Winn/OPR Agent Winn
Sam Slater
as Agent O'Connor
Bill Walters
as Inmate
Michael T. King
as Stocky Bodyguard
J. Tucker Smith
as Clyde Furnum
Antu Yacob
as Carla
Korey Jackson
as Stewart
Liesel Allen Yeager
as Young Woman
Joseph Edwards
as Front Guard
Skylar Gaertner
as Young Matt/Young Matt Murdock
Adrienne Scalo
as Victim's Family Member
Ray Iannicelli
as Jerry
Ross Brodar
as Biker
Jessica Park
as Brunette
Josiah Nolan
as Agent Mockta
Adam Wood
as Albanian Guard
Deirdre Madigan
as Judge Cynthia Batzer
Andy Murray
as Nesbitt
Craig Bockhorn
as Middle-Aged Man
Elodie Yung
as Elektra Natchios
Marlie Hall
as News Reporter/Reporter #1
Lynn Marocola
as Bar Patron
Jimmy Callahan
as Camera Man
John Patrick Hayden
as Jack Murdock
Caroline Strong
as Agent Gallagher
Gary Hilborn
as Coach Bradley
Samuel Glen
as ESU Sniper
David L. Townsend
as Waiter
Sunita Deshpande
as Seema Nadeem
David Roberts
as Nurse Oscar
Malikha Mallette
as FDIC Field Supervisor Tanya Mills
Reza Salazar
as Cartel Member Cop
Frank Rivers
as Umpire
Lance Channing
as Entrance Guard
John Bianco
as Jimmy 'The Bear'
Matt Gerald
as Melvin Potter
Domenick Lombardozzi
as Bill Fisk
Bonale Fambrini
as Black Sky
Perry Strong
as Corrections Officer
Danny Garcia
as Malik
Zenzi Williams
as Nun
Estelle Lee
as Grand Juror #3
Gameela Wright
as Norma
Anthony Salvador Lewis
as Reporter #1/Reporter #2/Reporter #3
Isabelle Fretheim
as Gala Victim
Jarrett Worley
as Kidnapper/Dry Cleaner
Glenn Kubota
as Dr. O
Richard Prioleau
as Agent Doyle
John DiGiorgio
as FBI Agent
Andrew Ayala
as Man in Suit
John Patrick O'Keefe
as Taxi Driver
Bernard Bygott
as TAC Agent #1
Cheikh M'Baye
as Orphan #2
Pat Kiernan
as News Anchor #1/Newscaster
Nick Gifford
as CSU Team Member
as The dog
Barbara Haas
as Elderly Juror
Michelle Hurd
as Samantha Reyes
Christian Keiber
as Corrections Officer
David Lee Russek
as Medical Technician
Josh Philip Weinstein
as Stock Broker
Dennis Lauricella
as NYPD Officer
Élodie Yung
as Elektra
Ayelet Zurer
as Vanessa Marianna
Caliph Jones
as Criminal #3
Vondie Curtis-Hall
as Ben Urich
Eboni Booth
as News Reporter #2/Reporter #1
Young-H. Lee
as Skinny Bodyguard
Mario D'Leon
as Leon
Bryant Carroll
as Tribal Tattoo
Sean Phillips
as Officer Pinski
Phil Cappadora
as New Yorker
Peter Gerety
as Silke
Gilles Marini
as Jacques Duchamps
Anna Valencia
as Mother of Sick Child
Peter Claymore
as Prohaszka
Jonathan Iglesias
as Lanky Thug
John Cashin
as Inmate
Chris Tera
as Leland's Security
Jason John Cicalese
as Perpetrator
Elizabeth Flax
as Older Woman
Alexander Blaise
as Marcel
Christopher Stadulis
as ECU Leader
Laurence Blum
as Corrections Officer
Jonathan O'Reilly
as Nelson Nephew
Venida Evans
as Mrs. Callahan
Massiel Mordan
as Infected #2
Danny Schoch
as Panicked Parishioner
Nicholas James Wey
as Sweatshirt Student
Vincent D'Onofrio
as Wilson Fisk
Clyde Baldo
as Clint
Randall McNeal
as Dr. Andrew Lee
Mark David Watson
as Rafe
Chad Ackerman
as Uniformed Officer
Neil Grayston
as Christopher Roth
Stephen Rowe
as Nicholas Lee
Tom McCaffrey
as FBI Agent
Ralph Cashen
as Bar Patron
Keil Oakley Zepernick
as Very Large Irish Man
Dan Mason
as Wealthy Guest
Yasu Suzuki
as Aito
Marvin Bell
as Band Leader
Jasson Finney
as Stone
Suzanne H. Smart
as Shirley/Shirley Benson
Dave T. Koenig
as Lawyer
Gabriel Furman
as Ivan
Michael Pantozzi
as Clean Young Man
Vincent Veloso
as Suicide Drug Runner
Joe Jones
as Felix Manning
Alex Webb
as ESU Bravo-1
Scotty Crowe
as Agent Lim
Kevin McCormick
as Shaved Head
Pedro Marcelino
as Bomb Blast Victim
Bruce Faulk
as Installer
Meredith Salenger
as Lily Ellison
Martha Morgan
as Coughing Woman
Thomas D. Weaver
as Desk Sgt. Thomas
Agneeta Thacker
as Teenage Girl
Angelo Foukas
as Food vendor
Tod Rainey
as FBI Agent
And Palladino
as Angry Protestor
Kelly McAndrew
as Mrs. Shelby
Anne Carney
as Aunt Jeanie/Aunt Jeanie Nelson
Jaxon Folds
as Orphan #1
Gregory Dann
as Johnny
Michael Tow
as Another Worker
Matthew Sean Blumm
as Officer Sullivan
Bill Winkler
as Warden Riggle
Erika Myers
as Female Security Guard
Roger Brenner
James Lew
as Blind Asian Man
Samuel Smith
as Officer Reed
Doris McCarthy
as Upscale Gala Guest
Kevin Loreque
as Maitre'D
Ryan Woodle
as George Bach
Ethel Fisher
as Mrs. Wobschall
Clancy Brown
as Colonel Ray Schoonover
Laurence Mason
as Star
Wilson Bethel
as Benjamin 'Dex' Poindexter
Alex Morf
as John Healy
Jay Hieron
as Lowlife
David Vadim
as Sergei
Amy Rutberg
as Marci Stahl
Marcus Antturi
as Elton Evans
Antoni Corone
as Police Commissioner Chris DiMolina
Geoffrey Cantor
as Mitchell Ellison/Ellison
Paul Mann
as Pyotr
Eric Michael Gillett
as Dr. Gregory Tepper
Luis Moreno
as Male Attendant
Andy Lucien
as Agent Ramsey
Michael Nostrand
as Hospital Employee
Roberto Lopez
as The Russian Driver
James Yaegashi
as Leader
Lynette Scire
as Upscale Banquet Couple
Peter Shinkoda
as Nobu
Steve Sanpietro
as Roy Olsky
Erick Abbate
as Boy
Richard Bekins
as Parish Landman
Kate Grimes
as Female Juror
Ray DeFeis
as Alexei/Dead Russian Prisoner
Annika Connor
as Nurse
Stephen Rider
as Blake Tower
Hidenori Inoue
as Yakuza Guard
Michael Abbott Jr.
as Junkie
Kit Flanagan
as Judge
Cliff Moylan
as Thomas
Allison Winn
as Caged Woman
Damien Bosco
as Gang #3 Member
Dina Shihabi
as Neda Kazemi
Danny Le Boyer
as Gao Guard #1
Brian Distance
as Corrections Officer
Kristoffe Brodeur
as Dogs Of Hell Gang Member
Robert G. McKay
as Homicide Detective
Heidi Armbruster
as Dr. Eileen Mercer
Kerry Malloy
as Tattoeed Doorman
Tonya Glanz
as Susan
Tommy Walker
as Francis
Afrim Gjonbalaj
as Albanian Inmate
Emily Trask
as Reporter
Gordon Silva
as Bartender
Aidan Redmond
as Bearded Man
Amadeo Fusca
as Lowlife
Kate Udall
as SAC Tammy Hattley
Katt Masterson
as Detective Sgt. Thompson
Karan Choudhary
as New Yorker
Tanya Rivero
as Tabloid Journalist
James Foster Jr.
as Old Man
Roman Blat
as Big Russian
Ben Livingston
as Auctioneer
Bryan Reynoso
as Thug #1
Faith Logan
as Blogger/Gala Patron/Hospital Patient/Reporter/Tactical Officer/Upscale Gala Attendee
Macaulee Cassaday
as Novitiate Ingrid
Ron Fehmiu
as Albanian Mob Boss
Ana Maria Jomolca
as Single Mom
Alix Cross
as Ms. Jacinto
Adriana Santos
as Young Nun
Jessica McHugh
as Escape Parishioner
Kaliswa Brewster
as Young African-American Woman
Conor Proft
as Teenage Dex
Jamaal Burcher
as FBI Agent
Dean Neistat
as First Cop
Justin McGriff
as FBI Agent
Meng Ai
as Runner
John Tobias
as Elderly Man
Leroy Phillips Jr.
as Bar Patron
Elisabeth Ness
as Young Mother
Elise Kibler
as Tracy Farnum
Tristan Laurence Perez
as Reporter
Ray Rosario
as Wealthy Businessman
Raul Dedos
as Officer #1
Lee Tergesen
as Paxton Page
José Báez
as Prisoner
David Walcott
as Richie
Odette Warder Henderson
as Paralegal
David Healy
as News Reporter #1/Reporter #5
Christopher Piccione
as Parolee
Faron Salisbury
as Criminal #3
Keenan Jolliff
as Bernie Walker
Dennis T. Carnegie
as Agent Fremont
Omar Corominas
as Fight Referee
Adam Hart
as Speed
Rosario Dawson
as Claire Temple
Hank Meleski Jr.
as Dogs of hell biker
Lawrence Bingham
as Miguel
William Mercado
as Second Cop
Marc Basil
as Felon
Anthony M. Bertram
as Bailiff
McCaleb Burnett
as Grotto
John Joseph Gallagher
as Seamus
Logan Crawford
as Reporter #1/Reporter #2
Stephen Lee Anderson
as Cullen
Kelsey Schmitt
as Allison Hattley
Wai Ching Ho
as Madame Gao
Bob Leszczak
as TV Cameraman
Gavin Haag
as EMT
Adriane Lenox
as Doris/Doris Urich
Tony Curran
as Finn
Bobby Daniel Rodriguez
as ESU Officer
Walter Brandes
as Meth-Head
Jerry D. O'Donnell
as Booking Clerk
Robyn Payne
as Reporter #3/Reporter Two
Jake Eavey
as Cabbie
Lana Yoo
as Prostitute One
Joy Bridenbaker
as Mr. Fisk Supporter
Jack O'Connell
as Silvio
Annabella Sciorra
as Rosalie Carbone
Peter McRobbie
as Father Lantom
James Biberi
as Vic Jusufi
Duarte Geraldino
as TV Reporter
Libby George
as Old Lady Evans
Jon J. Masters
as Cardinal
Judith Delgado
as Elena Cardenas
Jon Bernthal
as Frank Castle/Punisher
David Anthony Buglione
as Agent Johnson/Assault #1
Nneoma Nkuku
as Passer-by
Jose Guns Alves
as Teardrop Brother
D.K. Bowser
as Patron
Omar Torres
as ESU Bravo-6
Kirill Nikiforov
as Aslan
Lauren Lim Jackson
as Female Reporter/Reporter #2
Tony Naumovski
as Dmitry
Arden Wolfe
as Nelson Niece
Dave Macomber
as Spying Inmate
Patrick Cann
as Agent #2
Carrie-Anne Moss
as Jeri Hogarth
Karina Casiano
as Betsy Beatty
Frank Fernandez
as Lawyer/Panicked Parishioner/Parishioner/Politician/Wealthy Hotel Patron
Ezra Knight
as John Hammer
Angel Rosa
as Police Officer #1/NYPD Officer #1/Officer Corbin
Garry Pastore
as Bad Cop #1
Jonathan Fielding
as Terrified Juror
Nicholas Wuehrmann
as Mikhail
Jonathan Walker
as Senator Cherryh/Senator Randolph Cherryh
Dave McCrea
as George
John Leonard Thompson
as Administrator
Ned Van Zandt
as Everett Starr
Steve Ferrarie
as Russian Mobster/Tough Guy/Upscale Banquet Couple
Dennis Duswalt
as Cop #1
Eric Carl Adams
as FBI Tactical Agent
Donnie Kehr
as Guest #2
Ammie Montas
as Novitiate Ellen
Richie Allan
as Elderly Man
Michael Kenneth Casey
as Chaney
Matthew Streeter
as NYPD ESU Leader
Daron Ross
as Rowdy Officer
Amar Srivastava
as Surgeon
Doug Plaut
as Infected #1
Noah Huq
as Sami Nadeem
Marva Hicks
as District Attorney
Michael DeBarge
as NYPD Crime Scene Tech
as NYPD Officer #2
Akim Black
as Thug
Meg Jay
as Young Woman
Sharon Hope
as Mrs. Mahoney
Michael Mulheren
as Edward Nelson
Elden Henson
as Foggy Nelson
George Papadimatos
as Driver
Joshua Bitton
as Rory
Joanne Whalley
as Sister Maggie
Rob Morgan
as Turk Barrett
Wendy Moniz-Grillo
as Jennifer Fisher
Daryl Edwards
as Detective Hoffman
Che Tafari
as Marcus
Nicholas Tucci
as Lead Dealer Gosnell
Tenisi Davis
as Juror
Isabella Pisacane
as Novitiate Maggie
Valentino Musumeci
as Brian
Lucas Elliot Eberl
as Daniel Gibson
Mike Struck
as Police in Riot Gear
Steve Axelrod
as Latimer Zyl
Lily Chee
as Young Elektra
Marilyn Torres
as Louisa Delgado
Josh Evans
as Hotel Staffer
Rod Knoll
as Owner
Toby Leonard Moore
as James Wesley
Vince Benvenuto
as Drug Goon
Toni Di Buono
as Arlene
Shari Abdul
as Infected #3
Anna Reichert
as Vexed Cop
Annika Pergament
as News Anchor #2
Bill Buell
as Mr. Gerlach
Raffaello Perfetto
as Dying Man
Peter Halpin
as Theo Nelson
Brett G. Smith
as Federal Bridge Agent
Lee Wong
as Specialist
Hye Jin Jang
as Prostitute Two
Susan Varon
as Josie
Selena Nelson
as Waitress
Craig Henningsen
as Mr. Rance
Gregg Prosser
as Jake
Anabel Graetz
as Old Albanian Woman
Deborah Ann Woll
as Karen Page
Britt Sanborn
as NYPD Cop
Malika Nzinga
as Reporter
Vic Estrella
as Prisoner
Melinda Tanner
as Elderly Nun
Brandon Morris
as NYPD Detective/Third Officer
Miguelangelo Hexylvania
as Perpetrator
Sabrina Iacobellis
as Party Guest
Michael Kincade
as Bailiff
Matt Baguth
as Gang Member
Cole Jensen
as Young Wilson Fisk
John Francis McNamara
as Uncle Timmy Nelson/Uncle Timmy
Gideon Emery
as Anatoly/Anatoly Ranskahov
Patrick Brana
as Alpha
Devin Harjes
as Oscar
Matthew McCurdy
as Agent Wellers
Cameron Mann
as Young Dex
Phyllis Somerville
as Mrs. Vistain
Monica Bell
as Ruby
Amanda Anthony
as Business Woman/Wedding Goer
Don Castro
as Agent Arinori
Chris Carfizzi
as Jason Ellison
Heathyre Perara
as Courtroom Blogger
Hank Gallo
as Grand Juror #1
Don Guillory
as Dr. Murray
Jack DiFalco
as Kevin Page
Benjamin Hinnant
as Short Painter
Ron Simons
as NYPD Captain Strieber
John Carey
as Reporter #2
Will Stout
as Todd
Deirdre O'Connell
as Anna Nelson
Tom Knutson
as Sick Man
Jason Alan Carvell
as Assault Team Leader
Laura Poe
as News Reporter #3
Vera Lam
as Blind Female Worker

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2015 | 13 Episodes

Season 2

2016 | 13 Episodes

Season 3

2018 | 13 Episodes




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