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October 24, 2021
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About this title


Thomas Shelby and his brothers return to Birmingham after serving in the British Army during WWI. Shelby and the Peaky Blinders, the gang he is leader of, control the city of Birmingham But as Shelby's ambitions extend beyond Birmingham, he plans to build on the business empire he's created, and stop anyone who gets in his way.

Country: United Kingdom

Type: Scripted

Status: Returning Series

Language: English

Release Date: September 12, 2013

Also Known As: Peaky Blinders: Gangs of Birmingham, Birmingemo gauja |  See more »

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


Plot Keywords

london, england
world war i

Company Credits

Production Co: Caryn Mandabach Productions, Tiger Aspect Productions |  See more »


Lobo Chan
as Mr. Zhang
Charlie Murphy
as Jessie Eden
Wendy Nottingham
as Mary
Nicola-Jayne Wells
as Neighbour/Pram Bomber/Russian Girl
William Andrews
as Butler
Ian Blower
as Old Man
Anthony K. Green
as Prison Guard with Papers
Nigel Hastings
as Auctioneer
Matthew Akers
as Billy Kitchen Man
Jon Glover
as Race Commentator
Ralph Ineson
as Connor Nutley
Philip Howard
as Camden Town Clubber/Epsom Derby Punter/London Nightclub Gent
Samuel Edward-Cook
as Danny Whizz-Bang
Neil Broome
as Police Superintendant
Michael Gartlan
as Betting Man
Andrew Koji
as Brilliant Chang
Gemma Page
as Edna
Aimee-Ffion Edwards
as Esme Shelby
Harrison Vaughan
as Black Lion Boy/Victor Young Gypsy Boy
Jennifer Hulman
as Maid
Rob Day
as Billy Boy
Lola Mawdsley
as Young Girl
Vincent Wang
as Baba
Aaron Neil
as Maitre D'
Greg Kolpakchi
as Violinist
Charlene McKenna
as Captain Swing
Reuben Clarke
as Young Peter
James Jaysen Bryhan
as Dockhand
Matthew Postlethwaite
as Nipper
Linzi Gold
as Barmaid
Brenda Lee Grech
as The Swan
John Purcell
as Officer 2
Lawrence Grugeon
as Peaky Gang Member
Sam Lee
as Gypsy Singer
Dan McGee
as Crowd Communist
Peter Rylands
as Daniel Preece
Phil Tillott
as Dignitary/Office worker
Alex Macqueen
as Patrick Jarvis MP
Adam Speers
as Man 2
Richard Douglas
as Dock Worker/Fete Patron
Arun Kapur
as Detroit Male
Nicola Simonds
as Nora/Nurse
Kunjue Li
as Chin
Paul Cawley
as Gilbert Palmer
Harry Kirton
as Finn Shelby
Jassa Ahluwalia
as Dimitri
Richard Dillane
as General Curran
Kivan Dene
as Prison Reception Guard
Kenneth Colley
as Vicente Changretta
Kevin Smith
as Police Officer
Gemma Layton
as Female officer
Darryl Bradford
as Digbeth Jew
Maisie Turpie
as Polly's Young Maid
Andrew Caley
as Michael's priest
Lee Bolton
as Special Policeman/Laborer
James Brogden
as Billy Factory worker/Factory worker
Isabelle Estelle Corbusier
as Yasmin Lipscomb
Liam Tulley
as Communist Worker
Nick Holder
as Marston
Alexander Siddig
as Ruben Oliver
Alan Bentley
as Special Policeman
Andy Nyman
as Winston Churchill
Etahan Picard-Edwards
as Billy Shelby
Caroline Lawrie
as Lady 1
Daniel Fearn
as King Maine
Adele Lupton
as Female rally protestor
Kas Meghani
as Detroit Female
Michael Faulkner
as Party Guest
Douglas Rankine
as Billy Boys Leader
Anna Wilson-Hall
as Wedding Lady 1
Peter Bankole
as William Letso
Martin Askew
as Winson Green Heavy
Richard Blackburn
as Jockey
Patricia Winker
as Local Woman/Slum Grandma/Cocktail Reception Guest/Easter Garden Fete Guest/Mrs. Mulligan/Violin Teacher
Cillian Murphy
as Thomas Shelby
Robert Hook
as Peter
Graham Parrington
as Peaky Blinders Gangster/Detective
Annabelle Wallis
as Grace Burgess/Grace Shelby
Sophie Rundle
as Ada Shelby
Kate Phillips
as Linda Shelby
Paul Day
as Gypsy at Dog Fight
Therese Bradley
as Zilpha Lee
Charlie Anson
as Briggs
Debra Penny
as Lady 4
Valentina Petito
as Nurse
Danuta Morgan
as Detroit Female
Luca Matteo Zizzari
as Matteo/Mateo
Richard Varley
as Waiter
Lorraine Horgan
as Mrs. Donovan
Branwell Donaghey
as UVF Hardman 1
Tom Mothersdale
as Sabini Kidnap Gangster
Stephen Graham
Joe Cole
as John Shelby
Jeffrey Postlethwaite
as Henry
Benedict Relton
as Policeman Outside Russell's House
Dave Simon
as Lancaster Officer Mulchay/Mulchay
Sarah Gallagher
as Angel Nurse
Peter Campion
as Mickey Gibbs
Gwynne McElveen
as Evadne Boswell
Heaven-Leigh Clee
as Ruby Shelby
Elliot Cowan
as Michael Levitt
Paul McEwan
as Governor
Malcolm Tomlinson
as Tory MP
Emily Gray
as Prostitute
Henry Garrett
as Clive Macmillan
Donald Sumpter
as Arthur Bigge
David Perks
as Man 1
Aidan Rawnsley
as Caddie
Jacob Wye
as Siegfried
James Mccosh
as Referee
Tony Pitts
as Sergeant Moss/Inspector Moss
Jack Rowan
as Bonnie Gold
Neil Swift
as Custom Officer
Marcus Langford
as Boat Puller
Helen McCrory
as Aunt Polly/Polly Gray
Rory Keenan
as Donal
Eric Campbell
as Policeman/Special Policeman
Alison Harris
as Prostitute
Dino Kelly
as Goliath
Aidan Gillen
as Aberama Gold
Luke Hulme
as Police Officer
Richard Price
as Boxing Guest/Cavalry/Peaky Gang Member/Rally Male/Walk on Man
Jason Redshaw
as Boat Passenger/Library Patron/Passerby/Policeman
Lizzy McInnerny
as Mrs. Ross
Paul Chadwick
as Special Policeman
Sam Benjamin
as Border Officer
Callum Booth-Ford
as Karl Thorne
Kamil Lemieszewski
as Juggler
Nigel Travis
as Erasmus
Jordan Bolger
as Isiah/Isiah Jesus/Isaiah
William Atkinson
as Club Patron/Husband/Jewish Gangster/Passenger/Peaky Recruit
Samuel Blenkin
as Adam Parker
Tom Raven
as Gambler
Stephen Mosley
as Policeman
Margaret Wheldon
as Local Resident
Gana Bayarsaikhan
as Li
Sophie Hannah Harrison
as Nurse Atherton
Jamie Kenna
as Billy Mills
Ian Peck
as Curly
John-Paul Hurley
as Stanly Chapman
Cosmo Jarvis
as Barney
Martin Hammond
as Gentleman
Sam Battersea
as Woman at Seance
David Price
as Member of Parliament
Emmett J Scanlan
as Billy Grade
Israel Cortes
as Josef Jesus
Bianca Rudman
as Watery Lane Resident
Alastair Barley
as Eden Club Doorman
Alex Jaep
as Tipton Tunneller
Neil Bell
as Harry Fenton
Richard McCabe
as Winston Churchill
Noah Taylor
as Darby Sabini
Tim Kinneally
as Billy Lovelock
Bartley Burke
as Business Man
Thomas J Powell
as Far Right Protester
Robbie Keane
as Quaker Friend
Bernie Phillips
as Salamon Gang Member
Nigel Lowe
as Gypsy Gang Member
Daryl McCormack
as Isaiah Jesus
Andrew Sheridan
as Plain Clothed Sabini Officer
Perry Fitzpatrick
as Guard
Jane Wood
as Medium
Paula Wharton
as Bad Nurse
Dustin Demri-Burns
as Monsieur Silk
Jacqueline Foster
as Peters Mother
Craig Carr
as Boxing Trainer Seconds
Tim Woodward
as Lord Suckerby
Lora Moss
as Boxing Match Attendee/HQ Girl
Robert Ryan
as Irish Tinker
Brendan Gibson
as UVF Hardman/Undercover Officer
Alison Todd
as Sandra
Packy Lee
as Johnny Dogs
Billy Marwood
as Charles Shelby
Simone Kirby
as Irene O'Donnell
Tony Atherton
as MP ( Member of Parliament/MP ( Member of Parliament)/MP (Member of Parliament)/MP in Parliament Bar
Katie Derry
as Busby Showgirl
Michael Keogh
as Asylum Nurse
Rupert Procter
as Micky
Brian Gleeson
as Jimmy McCavern
David Aspinall
as Policeman
Anya Taylor-Joy
as Gina Gray
Frances Tomelty
as Bethany Boswell
Ian Conningham
as Flying Squad Officer
Karl Shiels
as Ryan
Kevin Metcalfe
as Scudboat
Charlie Cook
as Beggar
Amber Anderson
Charlie Creed-Miles
as Billy Kimber
Antony Barlow
as Anti-fascist Protestor/Fascist
Richard Brake
as Anton Kaledin
Hugh O'Brien
as Officer
Keith Dunphy
as Maguire
Adrien Brody
as Luca Changretta
Tommy Flanagan
as Arthur Senior
Tony Fillingham
as Solomons Gang Member
Allan Hopwood
as Abbey Heath/Streetfighter
Gianni McLaughlin
as Assassin/Assassin 6
David Dawson
as Roberts
Jade Phipps
as Busby Showgirl
Richard Patterson
as Condemned Man
Craig Douglas
as Doorman
Manoj Anand
as Detroit Male
Matt Emery
as Customs officer
Nina Yndis
as Kavetka
Cris Haris
as Derby Bartender
Christian Thorpe
as Communist
Emma Pearce
as Sandra
Heather Newland
as Museum Visitor
Sam Neill
as Inspector Chester Campbell/Major Chester Campbell
Jonty Stephens
as Reporter
Kevin Knox
as Beggar
Sam Claflin
as Oswald Mosley
Alfie Evans-Meese
as Finn Shelby
Bethan Daisy Caddick
as The Digbeth Kid's Sister
Dorian Lough
as Mario
Sara Beasley
as Wedding Lady 2
Adam El Hagar
as Ollie
Dennis O'Donnell
as Passenger
Hayley Doherty
as Birmingham Hospital Nurse
Craig Thomas Lambert
as Boxing Trainer
George Gwyther
as Karl Shelby
Barry Aird
as Bonnie
Colin Alltree
as Factory Worker/Lawyer/Prison Guard
Brian Woodward
as Chauffeur/Eden Club Member
Helen Anderson
as Lady 2
Charlie Knight
as Young Boy
Jan Bijvoet
as Grand Duke Leon Petrovna
Pauline Turner
as Frances
Timothy Harker
as Officer 1
Guy Williams
as Sir Ian Carleton
William Bale
as Horse Auctioneer
Tom Vaughan-Lawlor
as Byrne
Jake J. Meniani
as Frederico/Federico
Josef Altin
as Stefan Radischevky
Amrita Jazzmyn
as Detroit Female
Paddy Considine
as Father John Hughes
Nick Owenford
as Communist/Bill - Tipton Tunneller/Tipton Tunneller
Jensen Clarke
as Charles Shelby
Wanda Opalinska
as Mrs. Johnson/Rosemary Johnson
Liam Scholes
as Young Lad
Wayne Devlin
as Uniformed Police Officer
Brid Brennan
as Audrey Changretta
Darren Connolly
as Peaky Blinders Driver
Robert Rae-Lewis
as Police Officer
Ned Dennehy
as Charlie Strong
Erin Shanagher
as Grieving Woman/Mrs. Ross
Adam Lawrence
as Handsome Man
David Charles-Cully
as Passerby/Shelby Party Guest/Upper Class Gentleman
James Frecheville
Simon Kerrison
as Peaky 1
Toby Armour
as Factory Worker
Maryjanesamantha Gibb
as Singer
James Boyland
as Communist Comrade
Adam Weldrick
as Assassin 1/Epsom Reporter
Kate Bowes Renna
as Lady 3
Robert Davies
as Stable Boy
Graeme Hawley
as Niall Devlin
Benjamin Zephaniah
as Jeremiah Jesus/Jimmy Jesus
Elliot Levey
as Leon Greene
Nicholas Tennant
as Marquis Older Barman
Stephen Seal
as Captain Swing Men
Iddo Goldberg
as Freddie Thorne
Adam Collins
as Officer Collins
Dean Marshall
as Sabini Gang Member
Andrew Jefferson-Tierney
as Billy/Billy Shelby
Pete Szoradi
as Labourer/Policeman
James Eeles
as The Digbeth Kid
Finn Cole
as Michael Gray
Gaite Jansen
as Princess Tatiana Petrovna
Marc Esse
as Waiter
Gemma Paige North
as Mrs. Conners
Tom Hardy
as Alfie Solomons
Steven Peace
as Peaky Gang/Peaky Gang Member
Craig Davies
as Labourer
Dina Korzun
as Grand Duchess Izabella
John Albasiny
as James Monkland
Philip Gascoyne
as Member of Parliament (MP)
Joe Osborne
as Foreman
Rory Gallagher
as Eamonn Duggan
Keith Lomas
as Irish Traveller
Stephanie Hyam
as Charlotte Murray
Calum O'Toole
as Labourer
Colin Connor
as Black Lion Barman
Lee Toomes
as Spotted Dog barman
Grant Crookes
as Lancaster Mathers Worker/Business Man/Peaky Gang
Joseph Long
as Chef
Craig McGrath
as Dinner Guest
Dominic Coleman
as Priest
Rob Mitchell-James
as Stratford Barman
Assaad Bouab
as Henri the Barman
Paul Bullion
as Billy Kitchen
Natasha O'Keeffe
as Lizzie Stark
Charlotte Riley
as May Carleton
Joe Macaulay
as Paddy Watts
Sam Hazeldine
as George Sewell
Conrad Khan
Jolyon Coy
as Edward Roberts
Andreas Muñoz
as Antonio
Jonathan Garratt
as New Peaky Number 12
Nigel Boyle
as Policeman
Pedro Caxade
as Carlo
David Swift
as Man in Street Outside Pub
Russ Booth
as Tom Foundry Worker
Stacey Lynn Crowe
as Russian Girl/Secretary
Tim Delap
as Royal Bodyguard
Jack Hartley
as Billy Lovelock
James Richard Marshall
as Field Marshal Russell
Paul Anderson
as Arthur Shelby
Kingsley Ben-Adir
as Col Ben Younger
Sam Wright
as Eden Club Member
Josh O'Connor
as James
Kate Dickie
as Mother Superior
Neil Maskell
as Churchill
Ernest Vernon
as Policeman
Pamela Ashton
as Digbeth Kids Mother/Fighting Water Street Woman
Jonathan Sisson
as Policeman
Matthew Jure
as Stacker
Sean Buckley
as Older Russian

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2014 | 6 Episodes

Season 2
Season 3

2016 | 6 Episodes

Season 4

2017 | 6 Episodes

Season 5

2019 | 6 Episodes

Season 6




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Visual Effects


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