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Storyline

For Emma Swan, life has been anything but a happy ending. But when she's reunited with Henry - the son she gave up for adoption ten years ago - on the night of her 28th birthday, everything changes. The now 10-year-old Henry is in desperate need of Emma's help because he believes from reading a book of fairy-tales that she's the daughter of Snow White and Prince Charming - who sent her away from the Enchanted Forest to be protected from a curse that was enacted by the Evil Queen. Emma initially refuses to believe a word of Henry's story but soon finds that his hometown of Storybrooke, Maine is more than it seems. Because it's in Storybrooke that all of the classic characters we know are frozen in time with no memories of their former selves - except for the Evil Queen, who is Storybrooke's mayor and Henry's adoptive mother Regina Mills. Now, as the epic "Final Battle" for the future of both worlds approaches, Emma will have to accept her destiny and uncover the mystery behind a place where fairy-tales are to be believed.

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

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: October 23, 2011

Also Known As: Érase una vez, Имало едно време |  See more »

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

Genres

Plot Keywords

magic
fairy tale
fantasy world
based on fairy tale

Company Credits

Production Co: Kitsis/Horowitz, ABC Signature

Cast

Kate Bateman
as Mother
Mckenna Grace
as Young Emma
Chris Shields
as Military Advisor
Nick Hunnings
as Peasant/Prison Guard
Maria Marlow
as Woodcutter's wife
Linley Subryan
as Dock Worker/Nobleman/Sailor/Tavern Folk
Robbie Kay
as Peter Pan/Henry Mills/Pied Piper
Jarod Joseph
as Billy/Gus
Sally Pressman
as Princess Helga
Sinqua Walls
as Sir Lancelot
Jordyn Ashley Olson
as Oracle/Young Nurse
David Forts
as Burly Man
Steve Elliott
as Drunk Charlie
Sandy Robson
as Perp
Charles Singh
as General
Maxwell Haynes
as Young Man
Jeff Sanca
as Cora's Footman
Eva Bourne
as Princess Eva
Darrell Duane
as Stuffed Seal
Chris Humphreys
as Naval Captain
Freya Tingley
as Wendy Darling
Jesse Blue
as Black Knight
Harold Davies
as Fisherman
Patrick Fischler
as Isaac Heller
Paralee Cook
as Middle Aged Woman
Peter Ciuffa
as Deli Owner
Cainan Wiebe
as Hooded Lost Boy
Sarah Formosa
as Dancer
Tom Pickett
as Bishop
Damon Lindelof
as Bill Gozen
Bruce Blain
as Desk Sergeant
Roger Daltrey
as The Caterpillar
Saraphina Joachim
as Leota
Rose McIver
as Tinker Bell
Eion Bailey
as August W. Booth/The Stranger/Pinocchio
Milli Wilkinson
as Young Cruella
David Orth
as NY Cop #1
Joel Sturrock
as Dancer
Ryan Hesp
as Quartermaster
Ty Olsson
as Hordor
Nevin Burkholder
as Villager
Natalie von Rotsburg
as Rapunzel's Mother
Osmond L. Bramble
as Queen's Guard
Sam Witwer
as Mr. Hyde
Olena Medwid
as Partygoer #1
Jason Cermak
as Black Knight #1
Cody Green
as Dancer
Cindy Luna
as Cecilia/Cinderella's mom
Ayden Turpel-Stewart
as Lost Boy #1
Colleen Wheeler
as Group Mother
Conner Dwelly
as Morraine
Janet Walmsley
as Old Woman
Ari Guzhel
as Older Girl
Sebastian Wilkinson
as Young Bae
Nisreen Slim
as Doctor Sage
Philip Granger
as Landlord
Sarah Corrigan
as Dancer
Dylan Sloane
as Bully
Alison Wandzura
as Hostess
Christie Laing
as Marian
Darcey Johnson
as Oaken
Cameron Bancroft
as Bill
Roger Trory
as Aaron/Viktor
Isaiah Lehtinen
as Gordie
Daniela Dib
as Dancer
Jessy Schram
as Ashley Boyd/Cinderella
Demord Dann
as Aide
Georgina Haig
as Queen Elsa
Brent Stait
as Peddler
Daniel Dae Kim
as Fast Food Worker
Sara Canning
as Gretel
Naika Toussaint
as Seraphina
Deniz Akdeniz
as Aladdin
Artine Tony Browne
as Arresting Cop
Yvette Dudley-Neuman
as Mid-Wife
Sage Brocklebank
as Sir Gaston
Matt Ellis
as Francisco
Fane Tse
as Customer
Scott Michael Foster
as Kristoff
Jim Shield
as Royal Guard
James Hibbard
as Dancer
Leif Havdale
as Purse Snatcher
Duncan Ollerenshaw
as Royal Doctor
Paul Chevreau
as Skinny Man
Adelaide Kane
as Ivy Belfrey/Drizella
Samuel Patrick Chu
as Frightened Soldier
Lisa Banes
as Lady Tremaine
Jack di Blasio
as Lost Boy #2/Lost Boy #1/Lost Boy Sentry #1/Twin #2
Gil McKinney
as Prince Eric
Wes Brown
as Gaston
Ayzee
as Witch Friend
Alexandra Metz
as Rapunzel
Kyle Toy
as Dancer
Christa Rivington
as Steampunk
Darren Moore
as Vortigan
Michael Socha
as Will Scarlet
Lee Majdoub
as Sir Kay
Matty Finochio
as Marcus Tremaine
Emma Caulfield Ford
as Blind Witch
Cassidy Freeman
as Jacqueline 'Jack'
Agnes Bruckner
as Lily Page
Craig Erickson
as Butler
Briana Lee
as Singer
Jaren Moore
as Construction Foreman
Julian Domingues
as Cop
Shannon Lucio
as Seer
Patti Allan
as Blind Witch/Miss Ginger
Sean Maguire
as Robin Hood/Robin of Locksley
Eleanor Jane
as Nurse
Corey Schmitt
as Second Mate
Mark Gibbon
as Head Troll
Malia McMullen
as Dancer
Zak Santiago
as Prince Henry
Jared Gilmore
as Henry Mills/Prince Henry
Tony Amendola
as Marco/Geppetto
Donald Adams
as Footman/Vendor
Faustino Di Bauda
as Sleepy/Walter
Henri Lubatti
as Lumiere
Kat Pasion
as Unknown
Stephen Lord
as Malcolm
Timothy Webber
as The Apprentice
Catherine Boyoavia
as Spaghetti Woman
Mekenna Melvin
as Clorinda
Tiera Skovbye
as Margot/Robin
Luke Roessler
as Young David/Young James
Greg Webb
as King
Victoria Smurfit
as Cruella De Vil
Teri Reeves
as Dorothy Gale
Zoey Siewert
as Brunette Girl
Marcus Rosner
as Jurgen
Keegan Connor Tracy
as Mother Superior/Blue Fairy/Zelena
Jeff Pierre
as Drew/Naveen
Anton Starkman
as Young Gideon
Robert Carlyle
as Mr. Gold/Rumplestiltskin/Weaver/Rumpelstiltskin/Detective Weaver
Tristan Jensen
as Horatio
Elliot Knight
as Merlin
Peter James Bryant
Robert Maillet
as Behemoth
Darcy Laurie
as Louie
Gerry Rousseau
as Cora's Father
Adam Lolacher
as Black Knight #2
Marlee Grace Becker
as Dancer
Darren Dolynski
as Nervous Guard
Kate Dion-Richard
as Goldilocks
Dante Lee Arias
as Child #1
Rondel Reynoldson
as Village Woman
Lee Arenberg
as Leroy/Grumpy/Dreamy
Kerry Sandomirsky
as Corrections Agent
Robin Givens
as Eudora
Sharon Taylor
as Witch of the East
Thomas Brungardt
as Peasant
Jonathan Runyon
as Duke of Weselton
Mason McKenzie
as Roderick
David Mathews
as Doctor
Kerry van der Griend
as Peasant
Mekia Cox
as Sabine/Princess Tiana
David Nykl
as Fisherman
Katelyn Peterson
as Little Girl
Andrew Airlie
as George Darling
Karin Inghammar
as Mary
Lily Knight
as Witch
William J. Phillips
as Peasant Man
Josh Kalender
as Black Knight #1
Yael Yurman
as Anastasia
David Hoflin
as Zeus
Leah Allers
as Singer
Tony Giroux
as Dancer
Aleks Paunovic
as Berkley
Raphael Sbarge
as Dr. Archie Hopper/Dr. Archibald 'Archie' Hopper/Jiminy Cricket
Eric Lange
as Prince Leopold
Nathan Parsons
as Jack/Nick Branson/Hansel
Rustin Gresiuk
as Teen Boy
Doug Abrahams
as Sheriff
Victor Formosa
as Construction Worker
Caroline Ford
as Nimue
Warren Christie
as Ryan
Daniel Francis
as Baron Samdi/Dr. Facilier
Amy Manson
as Merida
Oded Fehr
as Jafar
Chelsea Turner
as Tavern Waitress
Richard Newman
as Jeremiah
Elle McKinnon
as Young Alice
Alan Dale
as King George/Albert Spencer
Howard Siegel
as Tavern Owner
Torstein Bjørklund
as Beowulf
Barclay Hope
as Lily's Father/Man
Rachel Shelley
as Milah
Willy Lavendel
as Nurse
Octavian Kaul
as Child #2
Morgan Tanner
as Dancer
Karen Holness
as Witch of the North
Marcus Aurelio
as Pirate Dancer/Stuntman
Ian Gregson
as Bus Passenger
Natalie Gibson
as Female Doc
Chad Riley
as Black Knight #2
Ben Wilkinson
as Hank
Adam Young
as Child Jiminy/Pickpocket Boy
Alison Raine
as Customer #2
Dylan Schmid
as Baelfire
Gregory Itzin
as Alphonse Frankenstein
Edwina Shuster
as Aged Nun
Sebastian Stan
as Jefferson/The Mad Hatter
Ken Kramer
as Bossy
Nneka Croal
as Social Worker
Kirstyn Konig
as Dancer
Benjamin Cook
as Michael
Michael Roberds
as Donkey Driver
Ryan Robbins
as Sir Morgan
Noah Bean
as Daniel/Daniel Colter
Lula Mae Melenchuk
as Young Drizella
Mandie Vredegoor
as Fan
Celeste White Steele
as Passerby
Kallie Hu
as Dancer
Ben Hollingsworth
Edward Foy
as Black Knight/Lead Knight
Benjamin Hollingsworth
as Quinn
Bobby Stewart
as Older Man
Garry Garneau
as Spaghetti Man
Ray Boulay
as Oz Guard
Tony Alcantar
as Cashier
Everick Golding
as Rapunzel's Father
Jonathan Holmes
as Majordomo
Michael Teigen
as Rivers
Olivia Steele Falconer
as Violet
Colin O'Donoghue
as Captain Killian 'Hook' Jones/Rogers/Captain Hook/Lieutenant Killian Jones/Wish Verse Captain 'Hook/Wish Verse Captain 'Hook'
Sarah Hayward
as Villager
Mark Goldman
as Sven
Nicholas Lea
as Michael Tillman/The Woodcutter
Quinn Lord
as Hansel/Nicholas Zimmer
Eoin Bates
as Macintosh clansman/Village Farmer
Emma Caulfield
Cory Rempel
as Clayton
Michael Strusievici
as Little Fairy Tale Boy
Marco D'Angelo
as Lord Macguffin
Brighid Fleming
as Young Seer
Liam Hall
as Prince
Kristina Lao
as Peasant Mother
Rohan Campbell
as Male Miner
John Pyper-Ferguson
as Kurt Flynn
Caroline Morahan
as Queen Elinor
Chris Loubardeas
as Reveling Soldier
Beverley Elliott
as Granny Lucas/Granny/Widow Lucas
Keegan Connor Trachukko
Taylor Boggan
as Lost Boy
Paul Kloegman
as Carriage Driver
Glenn Keogh
as King Fergus
Andrew J. West
as Henry Mills
Tom MacNeill
as Peasant/Town patron/Traveling Businessman
Peter Marcin
as Chief Bromden/Mop Patient/Chief
Bill Dow
as Mayor Tomkins
Shannon Hearn
as Frontiersman
Vaughan Winmill
as Wealthy Father
Brodie Marples
as King's Page
Ryan Jefferson Booth
as Man
Evan Morash
as Dancer
Jamie Chung
as Mulan
Louise Hradsky
as Dancer
Sarah Grey
as Princess
Donny Lucas
as Sad-Eyed Man
Kenneth Mitchell
Giacomo Baessato
as Grif
Spencer Drever
as Boy
Nikolai Witschl
as Server
Alejandra Pérez
as Teen Ella
Richard David Lecoin
as Sailer/Sailor
Lindsay Collins
as Spinster #1
Giancarlo Esposito
as Sidney Glass/Magic Mirror/The Genie
Luke Camilleri
as Stephen
Nancy Sivak
as Helen
Chris Olson
as Toll Operator
Goldie Hoffman
as Tisbe
James Rittinger
as Handsome Prince
Guy Fauchon
as Vortigan
Dalila Bela
as Young Guinevere
Bri Neal
as Peasant Girl
Peter Brown
as Townsperson/Waiter
Ehren Kassam
as Young Kay
Richard Ian Cox
as Watchy
Tyler Layton-Olson
as Canoodling Guy
Benjamin Ritter
as Dancer
Alex Zahara
as King Midas
Gabrielle Miller
as Flora
David Epstein
as Best Friend #2
Alex Désert
as Stanum/Tin Man
Bernard Curry
as Captain Liam Jones/Liam Jones
Nathaniel Gosselin
as Dancer
Kayleigh Shikanai
as Waltz Dancer #1
Calida Kuzek
as Dancer
Anna Cathcart
as Tween Drizella
David de Lautour
as Jonathan
Tom Ellis
as Robin Hood
Natasha Wilson
as Mermaid
Tristan Shire
as Oz Guard
JoAnna Garcia Swisher
as Ariel
Darien Provost
as Lost Boy #1
Joaquim de Almeida
as King Xavier
Annabeth Gish
as Anita Lucas
Mark Gash
as Father
Amy Acker
as Nova/Sister Astrid
Ian Harmon
as Sentry
Dominic Downer
as Knight
Liam Garrigan
as King Arthur
Marilyn Manson
as The Shadow
Michael Rinaldi
as Helper Dwarf
Michel Issa Rubio
as Dancer/Rehearsal Dancer
Jennifer Koenig
as Queen of Hearts
Graem Beddoes
as Gruff Patron
Rena Sofer
as Queen Eva
Nicholas Carella
as Bartender
Jeff Mortensen
as Dancer/Lost Boy Dancer #1
Byron Bertram
as TSA Agent
Ian Butcher
as Burly Knight
Kiefer Bahrich
as Sad Eyed Boy
Elizabeth McCarthy Meek
as Mob Girl/Wife
Sophia Reid-Gantzert
as Young Anastasia
Andrew Jenkins
as Sir Percival
Arnold Pinnock
as Poole
Richard Schiff
as King Leopold
Romuald Hivert
as Guard
Kip Pardue
as Chad
Russell Roberts
as Duke
Eleonore Comes
as Woman beside Mr. Hopper
Rick Dobran
as Raskind
Sarah-Jane Redmond
Michael Soltis
as Black Knight
Jennifer Cheon Garcia
as Nurse
Brian Knox McGugan
as Drunk Charlie's Friend
Thomas Gasior
as Musketeer Man
Ilias Webb
as Kevin
Derek Schnobb
as Charity Event Staff/Gent/Passerby
Lucas Wolf
as Armed Escort
Jasmine Lukuku
as Produce Vendor
Charles Mesure
as Black Beard
Matt Kane
as John Darling
Charles Zuckermann
as Black Knight #1
Brighton Sharbino
as Young Ingrid
Paul Scheer
as Scarecrow
Brooklyn Hislop
as Rehearsal Dancer
Gabrielle Giraud
as Royal Aide
Paula Giroday
as Trish
Mackenzie Gray
as Hob
Nicole Muñoz
as Young Lily
Wyatt Oleff
as Young Rumplestiltskin
Jack Davies
as Pinocchio/Young Pinocchio
Laura Bertram
as Donna
Michael P. Northey
as Friar Tuck
Tiffany Boone
as Young Ursula
Yurij Kis
as Assistant/Igor
Bailey Herbert
as Young Helga
Tyrell Witherspoon
as Dancer
Greg Germann
as Hades
Chilton Crane
as Hilda/Blind Witch
Jordan Schartner
as Sailor
Cedric De Souza
as Sultan
Rebecca Wisocky
as Madame Faustina
Mike Carpenter
as Guard #2
Max Chadburn
as Tasha
Ingrid Torrance
as Severe Nurse/Nurse Ratched
Donna Soares
as Nurse
David Anders
as Dr. Whale/Dr. Victor Frankenstein
Liz Tookey
as Dancer
Pascale Hutton
as Princess Gerda/Queen Gerda
Chris Gauthier
as William Smee
Andre Tricoteux
as Argyle/Massive Brawler
Trevor Roberts
as Remy
Jocelyn Panton
as Girlfriend
Bronwen Smith
as Cashier
Kennith Overbey
as Pirate Dancer #15
Paul McGillion
as Knave of Hearts
Jordan Olson
as Brother #2
Matt Kennedy
as Boyfriend
Jason Simpson
as Adda
Todd Thomson
as Business Man
Dan Payne
as Ivo
Parker Magnuson
as Zach
Tzi Ma
as The Dragon
Jackie Minns
as Woman
Colton Barnert
as Brother #1
Angela Moore
as Villager
Andrea Brooks
as Charlotte
Hannah Longworth
as Adopted Little Girl
Tara Wilson
as Ruth
Jeremy Schuetze
as Young Man
Abby Ross
as Young Emma
Julian Haig
as Prince Gregor
Julia Tortolano
as Blueberry Pie Gal
Billy Mustapha
as Dancer
Nick Eversman
as Liam
Greyston Holt
as Frederick/Gym Teacher
Gavin Cooke
as Drunken Lout
Ava Acres
as Young Regina
Manny Jacinto
as Quon
Anastasia Griffith
as Kathryn Nolan/Princess Abigail
Andy Nez
as Filthy Man
Crystal Dalman
as Coven of the Eight Member
Yvette Nicole Brown
as Ursula
Aaron Douglas
as Fendrake the Healer
Hrothgar Mathews
as Carny
David Avalon
as Doc
Josh Hallem
as Lord Dingwall
Kelly-Ruth Mercier
as Store Manager
Ted Whittall
as Mitchell Herman/The King
Grayson Gabriel
as Adult Roderick
Sebastian Roché
as King Stefan
Eric Keenleyside
as Moe French/Maurice/Sir Maurice
Elizabeth Lail
as Princess Anna/Joan
Michael Querin
as Cruella's Husband
Leana Yu
as Woman Customer
Stewart Iguidez
as Dancer
Anson Hibbert
as Policeman
Rose Reynolds
as Tilly/Alice
Tammy Gillis
as Peasant Wife
Simon Arblaster
as Michael
Jorden Birch
as Second Guard
Jonny Coyne
as Dr. Arthur Lydgate
David Cubitt
as Robert
Marc-Anthony Massiah
as Portland Cop
Julian Christopher
as Adoption Agent
Candus Churchill
as Librarian
Evan Frayne
as Customer
Thomas Cadrot
as Aesop
Jason Gale
as Lord/Voter
Rya Kihlstedt
as Cleo Fox
John DeSantis
as The Dove
Tony Chris Kazoleas
as City Worker
Andrew Kavadas
as Baron Danglars
James Immekus
as Michael Darling
Josh Dallas
as David Nolan/Prince Charming/Prince James/David/Prince 'James' Charming/King David
Jamie Dornan
as Sheriff Graham Humbert/The Huntsman
Gabrielle Rose
as Ruth
Liam Raymond Dib
as Athlete/Henry PD/Lost Boy/Miner
Nils Hognestad
as Franz
Bailee Madison
as Young Snow White/Snow White
Abraham Benrubi
as Arlo
Ava Telek
as Young Gerda
Hesham Hammoud
as Crewman
Toby Levins
as Sergeant
Lily van der Griend
as Young Gretel
Barbara Hershey
as Cora Mills
Facundo Reyes
as Capitán Killian Garfio Jones/Oficial Rogers
Flossie McKnight
as Bus Driver
Jakob Davies
as Pinocchio
Kylee Bush
as Young Woman
David Quinlan
as Father
Vladimir Ruzich
as Suited Heavy
Ernie Hudson
as King Poseidon
Giles Matthey
as Gideon
Kendall Cross
as Katie
Dania Ramirez
as Jacinda Vidrio/Cinderella
David Bloom
as Mr. 'K' Krzyszkowski
James Bamford
as The Black Knight
Isabella Blake-Thomas
as Young Zelena
Stefano Giulianetti
as Jester
Sebastian West
as Boy
Harry Groener
as Martin
Scott Heindl
as Bartholomew
Jacky Lai
as Young Nun
Ramon Terrell
as Merry Man
Aaron Brooks
as Soldier
Steve Makaj
as Captain
Garfield Wilson
as Palace Guard
Zahf Paroo
as Prince Achmed
Gerardo Barcala
as Victorian Posh Personage, Villager/Doctor Mengel/Sailor/Underworld Man/Visitor
Janet Pinnick
as Nurse
Michael Raymond-James
as Neal Cassidy/Mysterious Man
Adam Croasdell
as Brennan Jones
Dean Petriw
as Young Baelfire
Evans Johnson
as Nun #1
Tim Phillipps
as Sean Herman/Prince Thomas
Lana Parrilla
as Regina Mills/Evil Queen/Roni/Old Woman/Ursula
Sonequa Martin-Green
as Tamara
Jeffrey Kaiser
as Dopey
Kacey Rohl
as Megara
Steven Roberts
as Blacktooth
Paul Telfer
as Lord Macintosh
Robin Weigert
as Bo Peep
Elizabeth Mitchell
as Ingrid
Geoff Gustafson
as Stealthy
Anthony F. Ingram
as Clerk
Jared S. Gilmore
as Henry Daniel Mills
Keiran Bohay
as Dancer
Carolyn Adair
as Nurse
Hank Harris
as Dr. Henry Jekyll
Abigayle Laura Mutch
as 5-Year-Old Margot
Lauren Donnelly
as Young Woman
Morgan Roff
as Teenage Jiminy
Ian David Nsenga
as First Mate Starbuck
Austin Anozie
as Young Woodcutter
Christina Gooding
as Mute Maid
Paul Johansson
as Gabriel the Woodcutter
Kam Kozak
as Black Guard
Chad Michael Collins
as Gerhardt Frankenstein
John Innes
as Older Man
Andrew Beha
as MacGuffin Clan
Oliver Bell
as Young Killian Jones
Arpad Balogh
as Eric's Footman
Scott E. Miller
as Mr. Grace/Paige's Caretaker
Catherine Lough Haggquist
as Fairy Godmother
Shaun Omaid
as Street Vendor
Dalias Blake
as Palace Guard
Jesse Hutch
as Peter
Mig Macario
as Bashful
Empress Elham Madani
as Elie
Parker Croft
as Felix
Sunny Mabrey
as Glinda
Joy Castro
as Nurse
Teach Grant
as Dead-Eye
Webb Hayes
as Young Arthur
Brandyn Eddy
as Beer Carny
Sarah Bolger
as Princess Aurora
Michelle Choi-Lee
as Adoption Agent
Naomi Simpson
as Beggar Woman
Jennifer-Juniper Angeli
as Peasant Woman
Aria Pullman
as Siren
Nia Cummins
as Uniformed Officer/Uniformed Police
Darla Fay
as Woman on Bus
Karen David
as Jasmine
King Lau
as Ticket Carny
Iris Truong
as Little Girl
Kyra Leroux
as Yarrow
Kwesi Ameyaw
as Dr. Thatcher
Michael Adamthwaite
as Alistair
John Rhys-Davies
as Grand Pabbie
Matthew Olson
as Brother #3
Costas Mandylor
as Captain Silver
Various Babies
as Neal Nolan
Scott McAdam
as Orderly
Charles Desrosiers
as Catapult Operator
Jessa Danielson
as Wench
Max Montesi
as Peasant Boy
Stephanie Lavigne
as Dancer
T. Michael Morris
as Background Performer
Faran Tahir
as Captain Nemo
Keilani Elizabeth Rose
as Dancer/Pirate Dancer
William Ainscough
as John
Anna Galvin
as Madeline De Vil
Michael Coleman
as Happy
Glynis Davies
as Spinster #2
Ali Skovbye
as Paige/Grace
Karina Grzella
as Dancer at Cinderella' s Ball
Brad Dourif
as Zoso
Gabe Khouth
as Sneezy/Mr. Clark/Tom Clark
Graham Verchere
as Young Apprentice
Emily Tennant
as Isla
JoAnna García
Emilie de Ravin
as Belle French/Belle Gold/Belle/Lacey
Raphael Alejandro
as Roland
Jorge Garcia
as Anton the Giant
Amos Stern
as Lead Knight
Max Lloyd-Jones
as Jacob
Christoph Kositza
as Background
Jesse Stretch
as Head Viking
La'Mya Jackson
as Skeleton Girl
Mathew Bittroff
as Lost Boy/Lost Boy #2
Peter Kawasaki
as Orderly
Kevin Ryan
as Prince Marius/Robert
Kristopher Nielsen
as Mickey Ears Dad
Nesta Chapman
as Nurse #1
Kristin Ruff-Frederickson
as Moviegoer
Skyler Gisondo
as Devin/Lost Boy
Lee Tichon
as Guard
Mackenzie Green
as Dancer
Anthony Welch
as Royal Archer
Nilo Ghajar
as Coven of the Eight Member
Wil Traval
as Sheriff of Nottingham/Keith
Michasha Armstrong
as Guard
Emanuel Fappas
as Bartender
Jason Burkart
as Little John
Layton Keely
as Gnome
Alex Barima
as Lost Boy #1/Twin #1
Richard Stroh
as Edgar
Charlotte Kavanagh
as Canoodling Girl
Matreya Scarrwener
as Dorothy Gale
Jeff Gulka
as Munchkin #1
Nickolas Johnston
as Child
J.C. Williams
as Lead Guard
Rebecca Mader
as Zelena/Kelly West
Seth Isaac Johnson
as Hansel
Bart Anderson
as Innkeeper
Paul Lazenby
as Claude/Mirror Carrying Knight
Julian Morris
as Prince Phillip
Matthew Hoglie
as Funeral Guest/Soldier
Keith Dallas
as Cabbie
Merrin Dungey
as Ursula
Lee Page
as Arendelle Guard #1
Patrick Roccas
as Arendelle Guard #2
Kevin Sateri
as Dancer/Dancer #11/Finale Dancer #12
Marlo Franson
as Pirate
Chad Rook
as Captain Ahab
Lesley Nicol
as Johanna
Matthew MacCaull
as Knight #1
Yasmin Abidi
as Midwife
Rick Tae
as Doctor
Jonathan Adams
as Disembodied Voice
Adrian Hough
as Woodcutter
Craig Horner
as Count of Monte Cristo/Edmond Dantès
Noah Beggs
as Man/Mob Guy
Gaalen Engen
as Bar Patron
Colin Corrigan
as Strumpet Thug
Christie-Lee Britten
as Cocktail Drinker
Jennifer Morrison
as Emma Swan
Emma Booth
as Eloise Gardener/Mother Gothel
Megan Serena Trainer
as Dancer
Evryle Ebora
as Fake Lucy
Robert Mann
as Peasant #1
Jillian Fargey
as Fairy Godmother
Meegan Warner
as Rapunzel
Daniel Jeffery
as Carl
Ethan Embry
as Greg Mendell
Rose McGowan
as Young Cora
Panou
as FBI Agent
Dianne Doan
as Isra
Tarun Keram
as Emir
Kristin Bauer van Straten
as Maleficent
Ginnifer Goodwin
as Mary Margaret Blanchard/Snow White/Queen Snow White/Siren
Lincoln McGowan
as Brignad
Nadeen Lightbody
as Partygoer #2
Alison Fernandez
as Lucy Vidrio
Peter Bryant
as Jailer
Benjamin Stockham
as Owen Flynn
Christopher Gorham
as Walsh/Wizard of Oz
Mik Byskov
as Black Knight Archer
Amanda Gray
as Candy Lady
Oliver Rice
as Noble Man
Laura Wilson
as Mrs. Grace/Paige's Caretaker
Elizabeth Blackmore
as Mary Lydgate
Sean Owen Roberts
as Ruffian
Scott Hylands
as Captain
Nelson Wong
as Paramedic
Joana Metrass
as Queen Guinevere
Joanne Pesusich
as Dancer
Sean Campbell
as Middle Aged Man
Gabrielle Anwar
as Victoria Belfrey/Lady Tremaine/Lady Rapunzel Tremaine
C. Ernst Harth
as Abraham/Burly Man/Ogre
Carolyn Hennesy
as Myrna
Charles Edward Bae
as Lord from Far Away Land
Meghan Ory
as Ruby Lucas/Red Riding Hood
Raf Rogers
as Arendelle Servant
Zena Daruwalla
as Passerby
Brandon Spink
as Baelfire
Patrick Doyle
as One-eyed Pirate
Reilly Jacob
as Tom Sawyer
Karley Scott Collins
as Ava Zimmer/Gretel
Tony Perez
as Prince Henry
Frances O'Connor
as Colette
Jonathan Whitesell
as Hercules
Tyler Jacob Moore
as Prince Hans
Julia Harnett
as Dancer/Finale Dancer #6/Maid Dancer #2
Paul Jarrett
as Nobleman
Sidney Shapiro
as Max
Primo Allon
as Gadling
Jaime Murray
as Fiona/Black Fairy
Gina Stockdale
as Auntie Em
Sara Tomko
as Tiger Lily
Serena Crouse
as Dancer

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2011 | 22 Episodes

Season 2

2012 | 22 Episodes

Season 3

2013 | 22 Episodes

Season 4

2014 | 23 Episodes

Season 5

2015 | 23 Episodes

Season 6

2016 | 22 Episodes

Season 7

2017 | 22 Episodes

Media

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Awards

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Satellite Awards 2011

Nominee

Satellite Awards

Best Television Series, Genre

Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA 2012

Nominee

Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA

Best Network Television Series

Nominee

Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA

Best Supporting Actress on Television

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