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Storyline

Queen of Scotland Mary Stuart travels to France with four ladies-in-waiting to secure her politically strategic engagement to the king's son, Prince Francis. Mary and Francis share a mutual attraction, even though he has reservations about the wisdom of an alliance with Scotland. Complicating issues is Bash, Francis' illegitimate half-brother whom Mary finds herself drawn to in spite of herself. The French Court is also full of less romantic challenges for Mary, who finds her engagement -- and life -- threatened until she finds an ally in a mysterious shrouded guide. With all that she faces, Mary rallies, readying herself to rule and trying to find a balance between the demands of her country and those of her heart.

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

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: October 17, 2013

Also Known As: Az uralkodónő, REIGN/クイーン・メアリー |  See more »

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

Genres

Plot Keywords

france
arranged marriage
queen
castle

Company Credits

Production Co: CBS Television Studios, World 2000 Entertainment |  See more »

Cast

Allison Dawn Doiron
as Theresa
Lara Mrkoci
as Village Woman
Ryan Christopher Kotack
as Scottish Military Advisor
Carter Easler
as Scottish Guard #1
Alexander Crowther
as Randall
Celine Filion
as French Servant
Jared Plumb
as Wounded Red Knight
Gregg Lowe
as Cedric
Eleni Nico
as Whore #1
Jordan Imray
as Servant
Marlena Kaesler
as Bathing Servant
Paul Beer
as Archduke Forlay (Boring Suitor)
Sophie O'Brien
as 7 Year Old Mary
Alex Furber
as Mary's Servant
Tanya Bevan
as Nanny
Hugh Ritchie
as Luc Clavell
Jason Gray
as Ignorant Noble/Lord Dennard
Thomas Mitchell
as Guard #3/Robert
Tim Machin
as Messenger
Sarah Dodd
as Agnes
Rebecca Davey
as Catherine's Decoy
Devlin Anderson
as Nobel
Andrew Jackson
as Lord Barker
Nick Lee
as Nicholas
Darcy Stewart
as Chambermaid
M. John Kennedy
as Castle Guard
James Preston Rogers
as Geant
Aaron Ferguson
as Scottish Guard #2
Rain Clews-Fehr
as Paul
Stephen Joffe
as Felix
Mark McIntyre
as Male Highlander
Martin Sims
as Lord Donal
John Mallett
as Herald (England)/Male Servant
Michael Goldlist
as Royal English Guard
Don W. Shepherd
as Duke Ferrera
Michael Rubenfeld
as Corrupt Deputy
Wayne Ward
as Blood Priest
Aidan Greene
as Young Scottish Victim
Duncan Lacroix
as Soldier
Joel Rinzler
as Courtier
Cosette Derome
as Barricaded Woman
Scott Hurst
as Bishop Hamilton
Shawn Doyle
as Claude de Guise
Sean Connolly Affleck
as Porter
Kyle McDonald
as Lord Dunbar
Cyrus Aazam
as Spanish Soldier
Graham Abbey
as Lord Fraser
Tristan Culbert
as Monastery Boy #2 (Hug)
Spencer Robson
as Benjamin
Marni Van Dyk
as Aroused Woman/Josephine
Michael Bradley
as Male Servant/Catherine's Servant
David Dantes
as Balfont
Toby Regbo
as Francis de Valois
Elicia Mackenzie
as Courtesan
Sean Tabares
as Darnley's Servant
Dan Beirne
as George
Gil Darnell
as Christian de Guise
Camille Hollett-French
as Whore #2
Clara Pasieka
as Amy Dudley
Sebastian MacLean
as Castle Guard/Catherine's Guard/Royal Guard
Jefferson Brown
as Assassin
Nigel Hamer
as Specialist
Richard Gingras
as Monk
Jessica Gallant
as Lady Kirkland
Patrick Garrow
as Senneck
Ivan Sherry
as Military Official
Brian Jagersky
as Queen's Guard
Michael Dyson
as Farmer
Ty Kostyk
as Travers
Michael Giel
as Castle Guard
Kenton Blythe
as Servant
Ben Aldridge
as Antoine de Bourbon
Ben Geurens
as Gideon Blackburn
Rod Wilson
as Lord Rutherford
Peter Cockett
as Cardinal Tessen
Andrew Chown
as Page
Tadhg McMahon
as Nobleman
Ian Busher
as Martel's Lieutenant
Natalia Payne
as Mystery Woman
Michael Chwastiak
as Protestant Man
Katy Grabstas
as Sarah
Juan Chioran
as Archbishop Ridolfi
Paul Harris
as Priest
Tom Barnett
as Head Guard #1
Mike Ackerman
as Conductor
Darryl Flatman
as Royal Riding Guard
Brad Hodder
as Lead Inquisitor
Eddie Jackson
as Pillager #2
Howard Hoover
as Priest
David MacNiven
as Banker
Heather Marie Annis
as Governess
Susanna Fournier
as Nanny
Adelaide Kane
as Mary Stuart
Taras Lavren
as William
Alden Adair
as Castle Guard #1/Castle Guard
Camille Stopps
as Estelle
David Rosser
as Old Shrivel
Ramona Gilmour-Darling
as Mother
Katie Bergin
as Graveyard Woman
Amy Groening
as Charlotte
Shauna Black
as Lady Donal
Ali Chappell
as Servant
Greg Ellwand
as Farmer
Gregory Ambrose Calderone
as Aristeo Gianopoulos
Neil Foster
as Cardinal Rosales
Emily Bartlett
as Noble Wife #1
Siobhan Murphy
as Countess Von Court
Taso Alexander
as Male Servant
Ann Pirvu
as Nicole
Ivana Ruegg
as Nanny
Ryan Bainbridge
as Page
Ashley Awde
as Lady Malbouef
Daniel Greenberg
as Senior Servant
Geoffrey Pounsett
as King's Guard Captain
Clive Walton
as Duke Boinel
Shawn Devlin
as Innkeeper
Giacomo Gianniotti
as Julien Varga
Daniel Kerr
as Boy
Erica Deutschman
as Servant Girl #1
Michael Sofos
as Peasant Boy
Joe Taylor
as Black robed Bishop
Charles Seminerio
as Older Male Servant/King's Servant/Servant
Ash Catherwood
as Privy Councilor #1
Vickie Papavs
as Jane's Mother
Luke Marty
as Servant
Ray Kahnert
as Bishop
Neven Pajkic
as Maramaldo/Executioner
Orlando Seale
as Liam
Chris Gibbs
as Stable Keeper
Shaun Austin-Olsen
as Bishop
David Snelgrove
as Lord Clarkson
Michael Cram
as Catholic Thug Ringleader
Luke Gordon
as Master of Ceremonies
Peter DaCunha
as Charles
Stephanie Bitten
as Nervous Servant
Grant Roll
as Kenna's Carriage Driver
Mike McPhaden
as Patron
Seamus Patterson
as Thierry
Yael Grobglas
as Olivia D'Amencourt
Siobhan Bolton
as Noblewoman
Nick Slater
as Henri de Valois
Ian D. Clark
as Percy
Torrance Coombs
as Sebastian 'Bash' de Poitiers
Amy Forsyth
as Isobel Derant
Michael Gaty
as English Servant
Ted Atherton
as Hugo
Kevin Allan
as Carriage Driver
Torren Sylvain
as Conflicted Noble
Dru Viergever
as Rebel Leader
Peter Jorgensen
as Bash's Soldier
Jason Faulkner
as Frustrated Nobleman
Carson Gale
as Servant
Murray Oliver
as Nobleman
Robert Tsonos
as Deputy/Deputy #2
Noam Jenkins
as Gifford
Stephane Garneau-Monten
as Sick Soldier
Ben Lewis
as Father Benoit
Dale R. Miller
as Armed Guard
Garrett Hnatiuk
as Porter
Matthew Bradley
as Francis' Guard
Ted Dykstra
as Lord Maxford
Evan Sabba
as Pietro
Ben Hayward
as Castle Guard #2
Adrian Falconer
as Lord Desmarais
Andrew Church
as Lord Montgomery/Montgomery
Eric Charters
as Guard
Nathaniel Bacon
as French Mercenary
Zachary Bennett
as Lt. Joubert
Mal Dassin
as Assassin #2
Jason Cadieux
as Viktor Koslov
Andrew Airlie
as Lord McKenzie
Jory Rossiter
as Porter
Tim Ziegler
as Protestant #1
Robert Fulton
as Cleric
Brock Morgan
as Messenger
Jimmy Byron
as Lola's Guard
Rachel Skarsten
as Elizabeth Tudor
Jonathan Watton
as Ridley
Brett Donahue
as Lord Aris
Jonathan Purdon
as Father
Kate Fenton
as Cloaked Woman
Paul Fauteux
as McNabb
Adrian Shepherd
as Page
Sarah Wilson
as Cecelia
Rose Napoli
as Lucrezia de Medici
Chris Handfield
as Gamekeeper
Mark McGrinder
as Court Physician
Val Ovtcharov
as Russian Noble
Jonathan Dickson
as Guard/King's Guard #1
Eric Hicks
as Captain
Katie Strain
as Brothel Twin
David Robert Moore
as Villager #1
Mark Ghanimé
as Don Carlos
Marilla Wex
as Midwife
Cyrus Lane
as Lord Ducasse
Blair Williams
as Cardinal Morel
Megan Hutchings
as Jane
Julianne Hobby
as Madeline
Simon Northwood
as Assassin
Jim Watson
as Fredrick
Brandon Sullivan
as Noble Child
Josh Cruddas
as Rat Catcher
Aaron Willis
as Nervous Servant
Colin Lepage
as Broussard
Jonathan Koensgen
as Malcolm
Matthew Nette
as Narcisse's Guard
Thom Marriott
as King's Guard
William Matthews
as Hugo
Karissa Strain
as Brothel Twin
Ben Carlson
as Arturo
Charlotte Hegele
as Jenny
Anthony Ulc
as Guard #1/Guard #2/Guard #4/Jailer
Meghan Heffern
as Annabelle
Shileen Paton
as Young English Girl Servant
Brian Frank
as Complaining Man
Briana Caitlyn Palmer
as Female Servant
Bruno Verdoni
as Mysterious Man
Daniel Briere
as Page
Vince Nappo
as General Renaude
Macy Drouin
as Agatha
Rogan Christopher
as Italian Lieutenant
Ed Murphy
as MacFie Clansman
John Blackwood
as Older Vendor
Alexandra Ordolis
as Delphine
Fraser Elsdon
as Bash's Guard
Kent Sheridan
as Lord Barnard
David A. Jansen
as Charles Schuler
Kevin Dennis
as Attending Noble
Justin De Bernardi
as Dancer/French Noble Dancer/King
Skyler Wexler
as Young Claude
Sophie Holdstock
as Seamstress
Adam Maros
as Scottish Guard
Jaiden Cannatelli
as Gaston
Owen Fawcett
as Soldier One
Matthew Alan Taylor
as King's Guard
Jake Zabusky
as Leith's Valet
James Lafazanos
as Zealous Guard
Dan Chameroy
as Lord Lionel/Nobleman
Keith Dinicol
as Lord Fluret
Deborah Grover
as Old Woman
Julian Lewis
as Assassin #1
Robert Dodds
as Court Physician
Matthew Olver
as Council Member
Cyrus Faird
as Lead Red Knight
Lucy Parker Byrne
as Melaniee
Nicole de Boer
as Lady Doisneau
Carlos Gonzalez-Vio
as Venetian Envoy
John Stead
as Bruno
Derek Moran
as Adviser
Krystin Pellerin
as Anne Boleyn
Louis Adams
as Angry Prisoner #1
James Madge
as Villager
Mark Quigley
as Scottish Guard
Lyla Porter-Follows
as Ellen
Nola Augustson
as Lady Lennox
Michelle Roy
as Noble Woman/Villager
Christopher Cordell
as Kingsguard
Sean Teale
as Louis de Bourbon
Oliver Becker
as Severin
Ali Lyons
as Rose
Jacquelyn French
as Lady Innes
Steve Coombes
as Jane's Father
Pascal Langdale
as Cardinal Desjardin
David Knoll
as Martin
Joel Cox
as Mark
Spencer Macpherson
as Charles de Valois/Charles
Saamer Usmani
as Martin
Kate Ross
as Gigi
Craig Snoyer
as Shaving Guard
Ray Francis
as English Advisor
Kathryn Davis
as Young Mother
Ted Jefferies
as Checkpoint Guard
Hannah Drew
as Lipless Servant
Dylan Trowbridge
as Yves
Joe Doyle
as James Stuart
Derek Perks
as False Guard #2
Madison Oldroyd
as Emone
Jenna Warren
as Ainsley
Greg Bryk
as Richard Delacroix
Katie Buitendyk
Amanda Lisman
as Patrice
Parker Lauzon
as Dark-Haired Fencing Boy
Clyde Whitham
as Dancing Master
Dayna Vago
as Lady In Garden
Cameron Bitove
as Village Girl
Dan Lett
as General Lecroix
Ruth Madoc-Jones
as Peasant Mother
Damir Andrei
as Lord Clavell
Irene Poole
as Maurissa
Tyrone Savage
as Lord Hamilton
Ryan Maisey
as Nobleman Background
Mac Fyfe
as Jacob Rivell
Diana Cofini
as Lady Ducasse
Brian Russell
as Council Member
Shauna MacDonald
as Hortenza de' Medici
Joe Parro
as Coachman
Colleen Winton
as Nancy
Jordan Till
as Castle Servant
Andrea Creighton
as Lady Calum
Rafferty Blumberg
as George
Ian Fisher
as Gravedigger
David Schurmann
as Anglican Priest
Anastasia Kokolakis
as Duchess Von Amsberg
Jordan Campbell
as Scottish Servant
Stephen Farrell
as Henry's Advisor
Alan Norman
as Sinister Guard
Kelly Penner
as Conde's Page
Michael Coady
as Lord Innes
Lucy Hill
as Female Servant
Darren Hynes
as Gaston
Michael Cox
as Young Male Servant
AJ Vaage
as Young Man
Drew Moss
as Renaude's Soldier/Caged Warrior
Jack Morton
as Page
Jerald Bezener
as Noble
Elyse Reed
as Whore #2
Louis Paquette
as Thug
Chris Young
as Squire
Anastasia Phillips
as Leeza de Valois/Leeza
Leo Vernik
as Young Magistrate
Cyndy Day
as French Noble
Craig Parker
as Stéphane Narcisse
Jackson Hodge-Carter
as Little Prince Henry
Troy Feldman
as Courtyard Guard
Dan Jeannotte
as James Stuart
Ian Ronningen
as Cory
Ava Preston
as Henriette
Tori Anderson
as Lady Atley
Austin Strugnell
as Laurent
William Foley
as Lord Germain
Alan Van Sprang
as Henry de Valois
Mathieu Bourassa
as Messenger
Brandon Crone
as Passing Guard
Tim Beresford
as Privy Councilor #2
Richard Denison
as Old Man
Adam Chuckryk
as Renaude's Soldier #2
Katelyn McCulloch
as Village Woman
Greg Campbell
as Cardinal Lauren
Philip Riccio
as Ambassador Richards
Jay Kee
as Village Man #1
Zoe Cleland
as Odette
Brittany Johnson
as Serving Girl
Thor Knai
as Philipe Nardin
Justin Tensen
as Scottish Soldier
Riley Gilchrist
as Deputy
Siobhan Williams
as Amelie
Vincent Gale
as Lord Akers
Harry Judge
as Franc
Wade Bogert-O'Brien
as Isaac/Red Knight
Doug MacLeod
as Herald
Robert Skanes
as Angry Prisoner #2
Sarah Colford
as Lady Grenier
Adam Kenneth Wilson
as Duncan
Allan James Cooke
as Guard #3/King Henry's Guard
Adrian G. Griffiths
as Baphomet
Peter Windrem
as Wagon Driver
Tyler East
as Servant Boy
Steven Love
as Lyon Desrochers
Jamie Desjardins
as Plague Victim
Richard Harte
as Chambers Guard
Scott Garland
as Lord Kinloch
Peter Tufford Kennedy
as Coup Commander
Rose Williams
as Claude de Valois
Eli Ham
as Guard #1/Tower Door Guard
Brittany Gray
as Gabrielle
Bruce Beaton
as Husband
Helen King
as Deputy's Wife
Brendan Wall
as Doomed Noble
Lola Tash
as Natalia
Cameron Cox
as Scout
Giles Panton
as Lord Cunningham
Matthew Edison
as Father Lucien
Jonathan Keltz
as Leith Bayard
Cristina Rosato
as Donatella
Will Kemp
as Henry Stuart
Lindsay Christopher
as Claude's Attendant/Teen Noble/Young Girl
Brian Paul
as Majordomo
Kristian Hodko
as Carrick
Sarah Murphy-Dyson
as Dancer
Zachary Amzallag
as Servant
Jasmine Sean
as Village Woman
Bobby Marno
as Merc
Ann Green
as Queen's Attendant
Ava Markus
as Maidservant
Karl Westerholm
as Boy
Andy Trithardt
as Guard #1
Ted Ludzik
as Champion
Ric Reid
as Cardinal Morosini
Jane Spidell
as Nanny/Caroline
Michael Gordin Shore
as Peasant Father
Robert B. Kennedy
as Head Guard #2
Mark Waters
as English Guard
Michael Hughes
as Priest
Katherine Barrell
as Pretty Servant Girl
Jesse Griffiths
as Armed Man
Scott McCulloch
as Footman
Thomas Duplessie
as Emile
Marlee Schwartz
as Peasant Girl
Alec Dahmer
as Gerard
Emily Stranges
as English Servant Girl
Morgan Hilliker
as Daughter
Michael Aronov
as Count Vincent
Robin Cunningham
as Royal Messenger
Jonathan Goad
as John Knox
Sylvia Zuk
as Scottish Servant
Geordie Johnson
as Bartos
David Macniven
as Banker
Angela Besharah
as Innkeeper
Chad Connell
as Lord Taylor
Sarah Slywchuk
as Servant Woman
Rosemarie Raghallaigh
as Noblewoman
Michael Dufays
as Conde's Lieutenant
Christian Smith
as Renaude's Soldier #3
Manolo Cardona
as Tomás
Jordan Lee
as Philip
Michael Gilpin
as Man In Garden
Stephen Vincelli
as Spanish Advisor
Kathryn Prescott
as Penelope
Geoffrey Whynot
as Lord Simon
Bruce Davies
as Farmer
Marvin Hinz
as Councilman #2
Brant Matthews
as Firebreather
Alicia Dea Josipovic
as Daphne
Claire Hunter
as Emily Knox
Guilherme Levy
as Wulver
Brian Hamman
as Other Catholic Thug
Melinda Michael
as Woman #2
Sofie Holland
as Alice
Matt Dawson
as English Page
Max White
as Beefy guard
Aaron Chartrand
as Messenger
Rob King
as Angry Villager
Richard Fleeshman
as Francis Drake
Aislinn Paul
as Cosette
Steve Cumyn
as Count D'Avigny
Daniel Kash
as General La Motte
Christina Fox
as Nurse
Benjamin Clost
as Peasant #1
James Scallion
as Adrian
Grant Landry
as Mary's Guard
Ted Charette
as French Villager
Colin Paradine
as Red Faced Peasant
Trenna Keating
as Lady Palmerton
James Downing
as Assassin #1
Stephen Tracey
as Lord Thomas
Philip Graeme
as Court Physician
Domenic Ricci
as Guy
Rodrigo Ternevoy
as Guard
Linzee Barclay
as Sharlene
Tyler Barish
as Blonde Fencing Boy
Carrie Beale
as Scottish Noble/Scottish Peasant
Tom Everett Scott
as William
Iain Becking
as Guard
Matt Cassidy
as Royal Guard/Mary's Guard/Throne Room Guard
Adam Butcher
as Injured Guardsman/Peasant
Steve Lund
as Luc Narcisse
Caoimhe O'Malley
as Princess Elizabeth
Scott Walker
as Hallway Guard #2
Edsson Morales
as Miguel
Noah Davis
as Andre
Lisa Chandler
as Mimi Natalia
James Pettitt
as Royal Messenger
Mark Burgess
as Tax Collector
Daniel Matmor
as Oliver
Ari Millen
as Roger
Trevor Ketcheson
as Scottish Page
Laurie Murdoch
as Hugh
Logan Brown
as Tower Guard
Michelle Danese
as Whore #2
Nicholas Fry
as Boy
Meghan Allen
as Silk Peddler
Nicolas Van Burek
as Soldier Two
John Fray
as Secretary
Andrew Di Rosa
as Count Alejandro
Adrian Morningstar
as Groom
Christopher Redman
as Samson
Eric Trask
as Admiral Sinet
Michael Ford-FitzGerald
as Queen's Guard
Patrick Galligan
as General Gaghan
Mila Petcherskaia
as Maiden
Ted Whittall
as Lord Grenier
Sara Sue Vallee
as Noble
Torquil Colbo
as Bearded Man
Brandon McGibbon
as Father Ashby
Ron Kennell
as The Darkness
Sarah Orenstein
as Denise
Charlie Carrick
as Robert Dudley
Jon Rhys
as Marcel
Evan Buliung
as Maurice Bisset
Helene Robbie
as French Noble Dancer
Anna Walton
as Diane de Poitiers
Andrew Musselman
as Counting House Man
Blake Johnston
as Servant Man (Bash's)
Morgan David Jones
as Jeffrey
Michael Longstaff
as Ambassador Renard
Chris Hapke
as Another Noble
Bash Dinsmore
as Scottish Clansman/Scottish Noble
Mark Allan
as Catholic Man
Romano Orzari
as Summoner
Julain Molnar
as Midwife
Ian Matthews
as Tower Guard #2
Lili Connor
as Scottish Peasant Woman
David Patrick Flemming
as Council Member
Reg Taylor
as Praetorian Guard
Tim Campbell
as Medici Thug #1
Lewis Kirk
as Martel de Guise
Sergio Di Zio
as Lord Cane
Jake Simons
as Highguardsman
Daniel Fathers
as Alec
Severn Thompson
as Ada
Saige Aurora
as Gemma
Richard Waugh
as Lord Giles
Ken James Stewart
as Messenger
Maria Syrgiannis
as Governess
Kaleb Horn
as English Page
Rebecca Liddiard
as Margot de Valois
Neil Girvan
as Villager #2
Jeffrey Wetsch
as Captain/Catherine's Guard
Eric Craig
as Noble #1
Adrian Spencer
as Lord Roux
Michael Torontow
as King's Guard
Eleanor Methven
as Abbess
Anastasia Marinina
as Anna
Carl Bauer
as Bodyguard
Ashley Ross
as Servant Girl
Adrian Griffin
as Francis' Guard/King's Guard/Head of Castle Guard
Steve Wilsher
as Shopkeeper
Angela Vint
as Judith
Chris George
as Page
Salvatore Antonio
as Cardinal Vasari
Paul Braunstein
as Scottish Footman
Richard de Klerk
as Federico de Toledo
Norman Owen
as Campfire Man
Sydney Van Delft
as Buxom Servant
Paul Hopkins
as Captain Evans
Heidi Lynch
as Servant Girl #2
Miranda Lukaniuk
as Servant Woman
Sofia Banzhaf
as Bianca
Brandon Beers
as Sinister Clansman
Megan Follows
as Catherine de' Medici
Celina Sinden
as Greer Castleroy/Greer Norwood
Rob Stewart
as Envoy/Lord Burgess
Alex Sims
as King's Guard
Jeremy Walmsley
as Narcisse's Page
John Ralston
as Lord Ruthven
Marie Ward
as Helene
Elysia White
as Whore #3
Steven McCarthy
as Shepherd
James Stratton
as Jerome
David Christo
as False Guard #1
Ian Matheson
as Queen's Guard (Execution)
Erin Eldershaw
as English Servant
Jesse Robb
as Dancer
Zach Apostoleris
as Guard
Toby Proctor
as Farmer
Jason Boyd
as Queen's Honor Guard
Eden Ocean Sanders
as Marc D'Linde
Adam Croasdell
as Lord Bothwell
Deanna Jarvis
as Servant Girl
Micheal Fitzgerald
as Mercenary
Sarah Evans
as Noble Mother (Woman)
Brendan Beiser
as Edmond
Kimberly-Sue Murray
as Courtesan
Carson Reaume
as Young Bash
Adam Stevenson
as Jolly Courtier
Stephen McGrath
as Bonnay/Hallway Guard #1
Andrew Gillies
as Father Leduc
Christopher Dyson
as Bellows
Cody Ray Thompson
as Swiss Guard
Olivia Gudaniec
as Stairway Servant
Richard Binsley
as Physician
Lauren Vandenbrook
as Court Lady
Stephen Sparks
as Priest
Christopher Fowler
as Count Von Buren
Ryan Kelly
as Scottish Messenger
Cory Lipman
as Guard
Paul Rivers
as Councilman #1
Kaitlyn Riordan
as Sandrine
Daniel Falk
as Arnaud
Alan van Sprang
as Henry II of France
Anjelica Scannura
as Bellydancer #3
Jenessa Grant
as Aylee
Samantha Helt
as Singing Girl
Lawrence Cotton
as French Physician
Tal Zimerman
as Cook
Jen Pogue
as Female Servant
Tayves Fiddis
as Castle Guard #1
Chandler Loryn
as Woman #1
Scott Youdale
as Scottish Nobel
Michael Pollard
as English Noble
Eve Gane
as Female Servant
Miranda Millar
as Kitchen Maid
Shawn Meunier
as Pierre
Caitlin Driscoll
as Woman of the House
Claire Alan
as Alexandra
Catherine Bérubé
as Emanuelle
Tomaso Sanelli
as Henry
Ken Linton
as English Lord
Kaylee Harwood
as Juliet
Kathryn Alexandre
as Lady Barnard
Traci Tari
as Scottish Servant
Andrew Zachar
as Villager #1
Nicole Buscema
as Servant Girl
Nancy Palk
as Francesca
Kyle McWatters
as Father Julian
Audrey Ferron
as Maidservant
Clint Butler
as Villager #1
Dave Reachill
as Scottish Noble/Boinel's Archer
Sara Garcia
as Keira
Catherine McNally
as Abbess
Christopher Russell
as Hans
Andrew Shaver
as David Rizzio
Sarah Winter
as Yvette Castleroy
Kira Gelineau
as Shepherd's Daughter
Rob Edward
as Scottish Soldier
Christy Bruce
as Mother
Perry Mucci
as Servant Man (Antoine's)
Andrew Coghlan
as Rampart Guard
Jonathan Higgins
as Ferdinand
Tessa Mossey
as Scottish Girl
David Ingram
as Naval General
Simon Pellegrino
as Scottish Nobleman
Trish Fagan
as Lady McEwan
Anthony Gerbrandt
as Villager
Alison Deon
as French Servant
Dylan Sypher
as Kings Guard
Robert Notman
as Village Man #2
Jennifer Higgin
as Noblewoman
Vanessa Carter
as Madeleine
Andrew Anthony
as Stable Master
Nathaniel Middleton
as Christophe
Christopher Jacot
as The Butcher
Caitlin Stasey
as Kenna de Poitiers
Rebecca Rodley
as Young Noble Woman
Dan Fox
as Armed Man
Stewart Arnott
as Earl of Clan Gordon
John Fitzgerald Jay
as Physician/Dr. Batiste
Emily Andrews
as Scottish Servant
Lisa Norton
as Suzanne
Courtney Deelen
as Noble Wife #2
Aidan Crowe
as Pillager #1
Ashley Charles
as Colin McPhail
Clinton Walker
as Carriage Driver
Randi Helmers
as Mother
Steve Byers
as Archduke Ferdinand
Anna Popplewell
as Lola/Lola Narcisse
Ferelith Young
as Countess Gisella Almassy
Ella Ballentine
as Little Girl
Myles Dobson
as Messenger
Alex Wall
as Daniel
Violetta Pioro
as Lila
Claudia Jurt
as Servant Girl/Unlucky Servant
Max Lloyd-Jones
as John Hawkins
Luke Roberts
as Simon Westbrook
Caitlyn Sponheimer
as Sophia
Tosha Doiron
as Wife
Krystina Bojanowski
as Lola's Nanny
Charles Vandervaart
as Highborn Boy
Jeanie Calleja
as Wet Nurse
Barrett Morrison
as Mary's Guard
Jake Gosden
as Teenage Villager
Reed Clare
as Lead Guard
Rachel Wilson
as Lady Yvonne
Andrew Butcher
as Courtyard Guard
Kjartan Hewitt
as Eduard
Deborah Tennant
as Smiling Villager
Murray Urquhart
as Goon
Richard H. Strobel
as Scottish Clan Leader
Nicholas Hamzea
as Monastery Boy #1
Rayisa Kondracki
as Servant Girl
Bruce Ramsay
as Cardinal Perazzo
Justin Strazzanti
as Duke Von Amsberg
Tyler Blake Smith
as Foreman
Andrew Iles
as Scottish Page
Tomas Chovanec
as Guard
Jake Foy
as King James
Shanda Bezic
as Whore
Ari Cohen
as Robert Norwood
Sarah Koehn
as Female Survivor
Sayer Roberts
as Villager #2
Philip Van Martin
as Courtyard Guard
Caroline Palmer
as Flirty Noblewoman
Peter Mikhail
as English Advisor
Kyle Gatehouse
as Magnus/Prince Magnus
Brian J. Graham
as Captain of the Guard
Iain Stewart
as Antoine's Page
Michelle Read
as Queen's Emissary
Roger Shank
as Physician
Kathy Glassford
as Governess
Billy Otis
as Innkeeper
T.J. McGibbon
as Young Girl
Michael Iliadis
as Nobleman
Georgina Beaty
as Lilly
Kevin Dowse
as Lord Cardot
Jean-Michel Le Gal
as Lord Mollet
Pierre Simpson
as Ambassador Franco
Justin Goodhand
as Assassin #3
Joe Bostick
as Cook
Massimo Fraschetti
as Altar Boy
Mike Donis
as Lord Lepine
Tom Leavey
as Druid
Michael Therriault
as Aloysius Castleroy/Lord Castleroy
Carter Siddall
as Survivor
Amanda Smith
as Shona
Paulino Nunes
as Cardinal Odomo
Eamon Stocks
as Jane's Brother
Lucius Hoyos
as Pascal
Matt Baram
as Marquis Duveaux
Sarah Mennell
as Beatrice Somerset
Miles Faber
as Giles
Stephen Gartner
as Lord Reynard
Edie Inksetter
as Female Servant/Mary's Servant/Servant Girl
M.E. Lewis
as Father Michael/Priest
Dylan Taylor
as Lieutenant Gambon
Adam Langton
as Joseph Tudor/Servant Man (Marie's)
Ron Lea
as The Count
Alanna Bale
as Female Servant
Rob Wierzbicki
as Player
Tara Nicodemo
as Constance
Sean Arbuckle
as Father Ronissi
Richard Alan Campbell
as Carriage Driver
Katie Boland
as Clarissa
Johan Wester
as Rebel
Robert Verlaque
as Court Doctor
Dani Barker
as Salon Girl #1
Myrthin Stagg
as Highborn Woman
Andy Pogson
as Angry Courtier
Alex Frankson
as Messenger
Seán Treacy
as 7 Year Old Francis
Matthew Sears
as Renaude's Soldier #1
Robert Clarke
as Merchant
Elana Dunkelman
as Village Woman
Mary Kelly
as Matronly Servant
Brendan Cox
as Tennis Boy
Gord Rand
as Lord Vendell
John Barrowman
as Munro
Michelle Jedrzejewski
as Female Servant
Martha Girvin
as Governess Renee/Renee
Drew Dafoe
as Male Servant
Aaron Katz
as Handsome Young Guard
Edmund Stapleton
as Servant
Shelley Simester
as Farmer #2
Shane Carty
as Bishop
Douglas Nyback
as Minister
James Gilbert
as Lord Barrett
Lee Tessler
as Lord Margate
Tahmoh Penikett
as John Prevo
Matthew MacFadzean
as Roman de' Medici
Devon Phillipson
as Andrew
Chris Baker
as Steward
Eric Frank
as Robert
Sidney Leeder
as Dancer
Brandon Tarczy
as Bertraud
Paul Dunn
as Tradesman
Greg Hovanessian
as Advance Scout
Amy Brenneman
as Marie de Guise
Drew Carnwath
as Loyal Subject
John Fleming
as Munitions Guard #1
Michael Kaplan
as Messenger
Hannah Emily Anderson
as Rowan
Juliana Semenova
as Courtesan
Rossif Sutherland
as Nostradamus
Bree Wasylenko
as Laundress
Jordan Monaghan
as Constance
Patrick Collins
as Kitchen Helper
Jon Ambrose
as Man
Justin Michael Carriere
as Lord Deschamps
Aaron Feigenbaum
as 10-Year Old Prince

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2013 | 22 Episodes

Season 2

2014 | 22 Episodes

Season 3

2015 | 18 Episodes

Season 4

2017 | 16 Episodes

Media

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Awards

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Guild of Music Supervisors Awards 2014

Nominee

Guild of Music Supervisors Awards

Best Music Supervision for Television Drama

Hollywood Post Alliance, US 2014

Winner

Hollywood Post Alliance, US

Outstanding Color Grading - Television

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