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About this title

Storyline

What if you could control luck? Would that be the greatest power you could give a man, or his worst nightmare? From the mind of Stan Lee, the comic book legend, comes a different kind of superhero in this bold crime thriller series about a brilliant but flawed cop who can control luck.

Country: United Kingdom

Type: Scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: January 22, 2016

Also Known As: Lucky Man, Счастливчик |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

london, england
gambling
detective
police detective

Company Credits

Production Co: Carnival Film & Television, POW! Entertainment

Cast

Jotham Annan
as Mathew Schofield
Arthur Lee
as Rui Hirota
Alex Jennings
as Karl Frierson
Burn Gorman
as Doug
Stephen Boxer
as Nate Kelso
Matt Beauman-Jones
as Murdered Businessman/Police Superintendent
Dean Weir
as Thug
Mariah Gale
as Kate Olsen
Osi Okerafor
as Owen Hutchinson
Yennis Cheung
as Detective To
David Hopper
as Traffic Officer John
Shaun Lucas
as Paramedic
Carl Rice
as Sol
William Bliss
as OLd Slaughter Bar Manager
Rhys Yates
as Jake
Katrina Vasilieva
as Cleaner
Martin Webbe
as Police Officer
Tony Tennant
as PC John
Andy Mihalache
as A)/Police HQ Guest (S
Grace Taylor
as Young Girl
Feizal Mowlabocus
as Bodyguard
Fatah Ghedi
as Runner
Matt Belsom
as Bodyguard
Charlene McKenna
as Clare Cartmell
Yoon C. Joyce
as Bo Jing
Steve Lester
as Master of Ceremonies
David Yip
as Tai Jing
Eric Coco
as Poker Player
Peter Guinness
as Vincent Lermentov
Maggie Daniels
as Receptionist
Joe Sims
as Thomas Rice
Ffion Jolly
as Melanie
Paul Tommo Thomas
as Armed Police
Glen Davies
as Roy
Jing Lusi
as Lily-Anne Lau
Sheila Ruskin
as Ruth
Colin Mace
as Brett Stonewood
David de Keyser
as Max Solomons
Craig Vye
as Donato
Philippe Arni
as Fight Spectator
Richard Cunningham
as Finley
Antonia Clarke
as Sasha Terekhova
Shaun Newnham
as Dog Track Punter
Garry Marriott
as Paramedic
Alida Pantone
as Punter
Daniel Westwood
as Police Officer
Mark Christopher Collins
as Fraud Squad Officer
Anita-Joy Uwajeh
as Josie
Shai Matheson
as Aiden Ramsey
Brett Allen
as Sean Blake
Mike Ray
as Uniformed Police Officer
Simon Paisley Day
as Joseph Ackerman
Shane Nolan
as Journalist
Denise Gough
as Jennifer Clayton
Bart Edwards
as Finn Belman
Sam Hardy
as Car Thief
Roy Martin Thorn
as Security Man
Emma Dewhurst
as Dianne Lewison
Courtney Wu
as Lenny Kwan
Ben Aldridge
as DS Ben Grady
Sarah Higgins
as Paramedic
Katie Lyons
as Kirsty
Holly Boyden
as Pizza delivery girl
Eric Kofi-Abrefa
as DS Kane
Joel Morris
as Kevin Grey
Sagar Radia
as PC Tariq
Emily Taaffe
as Mel
Sophie Slavin
as Police Officer
Petrice Jones
as Nathan Tate
Paul Capatal
as Prison Officer
Leilah de Meza
as Daisy Clayton
Eliza Jones
as Kirsty
Candida Gubbins
as Frances
Michael Ryan
as Alan
Chi-Lin Nim
as Chinese Girl
Andrew Bicknell
as Undersecretary
Janette Sharpe
as Paramedic
Matt Sapsford
as Prison Officer
Mark Fleischmann
as Liev Solomans
Samuel Adewunmi
as Kit
Roger Ashton-Griffiths
as Arthur McCarthy
Christopher Akrill
as Pathologist
Ajay Chhabra
as Pujari
Gamba Cole
as Andy
Neil Alexander Smith
as Gambling Den Bouncer/Games Master Henchman
Sarah Lam
as Madame Cheung
Ross McKinnon
as Punter at Greyhound Track
Obie Matthew
as "Man In Shadows"
Joey Batey
as Bobby Hayes
Ricky Champ
as Bill Martin
Matt Townsend
as Passerby/Diamond Buyer/Millionaire Casino Punter
Anthony Reddy
as Bookie
Paudge Behan
as Nelson
Martin Pemberton
as Mugger
Bern Collaço
as Cage Fight Punter
Jeff Alexander
as David Thomas
Jessye Romeo
as Aleesha Blythe
Neve McIntosh
as DSI Gray
Wai Wong
as Uncle Ling
Jonathan Magnanti
as Prison Guard
Daniel Stisen
as MMA Crowd
Darren Boyd
as DC Orwell/DI Orwell/DI Steve Orwell/DS Steve Orwell
Stephen McDade
as Mr. Blues Minder
Joe Blakemore
as Sam Browning
Ian Burfield
as Foreman
Guna Gultniece
as Cyclist
Andy Burke
as Pat
Lee Nicholas Harris
as Cage Fight Punter/Police Officer/Prison Inmate/Ambulance Driver/Paramedic
Gavin Brocker
as Gambler
Tina Simmons
as Restaurant Patron
Mark Strange
as Shane
Henry Garrett
as Jay Tate
Elizabeth Wells
as Phoebe Reeve
Gerard Monaco
as Sami
Stan Lee
as Self/Self - Signing Autographs
Shane Hart
as Police Officer
Leo Hatton
as Mary Wells
Emma Osei-Lah
as Barmaid
Amy Clare Beales
as Cashier Bookies/Funeral
David Olawale Ayinde
as Mis Officer
Paul Blackwell
as Police Officer
Liam Logan
as Kiwanuka
Jonathan Aris
as Ralph
Kishore Bhatt
as Police Officer
Rory Keenan
as Simon
Sienna Guillory
as Eve
Logan Wong
as Chinese Man 1
Michael Yale
as Pete
Bradley John
as Frankie
Cosh Omar
as Andrew Harvey
Richard Price
as Prison Visitor
Henry Balogun
as Police Protection officer
Tony Clay
as Woody Gilbert
Ty Hurley
as Bar Guest/Casino Guest/Met Police Officer
Mike Firth
as Fight Referee
Richard Stanley
as Pool Player
Katherine Manners
as Reporter 2
Sam Benjamin
as Mark Travis
Matt Sproit
as Bareknuckle Boxer/Bodyguard
Kamil Lemieszewski
as John
Kru Lundy
as Cage Fighter
Phil Dunster
as JC
Jade Anouka
as Ekua Nkomo
Omid Djalili
as Kalim
Jack Colgrave Hirst
as Phil
Mark Ebulué
as Micheal Kanza/Michael Kanza
Suzette Llewellyn
as Nurse
Clara Onyemere
as Jillian
Daniel May-Gohrey
as Young Harry Clayton
Krystian Godlewski
as The Mouth
Axel Nu
as Wu Chi Heavy/Market Shopper
Kevin Eldon
as Game Master
Luke Steele
as Plainclothes Detective
Colin Brown
as Man in Pub
Adam Oakley
as Fighter
Rosa Coduri
as Aimee Coe
Eve Best
as Anna Clayton
Susannah Allman
as Freya
Wylie Chiu
as Mei Wai Lan
Sarah Turner
as Kayleigh Fenchurch
Adrian Naidas
as Hon Wai
Tobi Bamtefa
as Vince
Alex Jaep
as Tourist
Gia Labarbera
as Police Woman
Susannah Wise
as Polly
Simon North
as Paramedic
Selina Giles
as Isabella's Lawyer
Elaine Hallam
as Female dealer
Jonathan Kerrigan
as Jonny
Chris Pearson
as Police Custody Sergeant
Ryan Gage
as Davey Wells
Tamla Kari
as Rachel Spikes
Mick Slaney
as Diamond Dealer
Rebecca Grant
as Lakshi Perera
Adam De Ville
as Duty Solicitor
Tom Mannion
as Archive Officer
Luke Harris
as Forensics ME
Ollie Marsden
as Jed Hartley
Jo Wheatley
as Police Officer
Romulus Hotea
as Prisoner
Stefan Kopiecki
as Gambler
Nathan Robinson
as Soco
Tony Tang
as Chinese man 2
Martina Bosédé
as The Croupier
Lasco Atkins
as Pool player
Gina Gangar
as Usha Chohan
Adam Sopp
as Croupier 2
Colin Tierney
as Ed McCarthy
Ndongo Faye
as Bouncer
Alice Hewkin
as Sau Lam
John Hopkins
as Charles Collins
Jessica Boyde
as Julie
Mark Hesketh
as Matthew Hamilton
Bo Poraj
as Family man
Louise McIntyre
as Under cover police woman
Michelle Asante
as Marianne Bangura
Dritan Kastrati
as Eden Pasha/Edon Pasha
Jon Tarcy
as Anton
Daniel Moore
as Police Protection Officer
Stephen Hagan
as Rich Clayton
Lisa Dillon
as Barbara Haleton
Anna Koval
as Carmen Fordwych
Sally Plumb
as Beverley Donoghue
Natasha Agius
as Ciara
Joyia Fitch
as Scarlett Cartmell
Laura Morgan
as Sophie
Peter Singh
as DC Clark/DS Clark
Conleth Hill
as Rverend Anthony Huxley
Jonny Stockwell
as Anders Sorrenson
Joseph Gatt
as Yury Becker
Christopher Pizzey
as Banker
Kenneth Tsang
as Freddie Lau
Neil Barrett
as Courtroom Gallery Member
A.k. Steppa
as Police Officer/Butcher/Gambler/Gambling Addict/Greyhound Racing Punter
Joelle Koissi
as Church Member
Wah-Hin Szeto
as Yin Lo
David Cromarty
as Racetrack Punter
Russell Barnett
as Paramedic
Cavan Clerkin
as Wesley Kelleher
Gary Cargill
as Zack McGinnis
Bradley Blackwell
as Police officer
Josh Taylor
as Kevin Jones
Adam Lazarus
as Cafe Diner
Jason Shillingford
as Casino Player
Glenn Webster
as Greyhound Racing Punter
Ray MacAllan
as Courtney Warwick
Marko Leht
as Drug Dealer
Mark Roper
as Godfrey
Lochlann O'Mearáin
as Jurgen Bloch
Imogen Waterhouse
as Lucie
Harvey Virdi
as Sheffali
Graham Curry
as Police Officer
Andrew Lee Potts
as Tim Larson
Adelayo Adedayo
as Grace
Adrian Christopher
as Rory
Darren Connolly
as Evidence manager
Jude Akuwudike
as Dr. Marghai
Nick Moran
as Darius Kelleher
Sarah Niles
as Nurse Aboko
Marian Lorencik
as Casino Punter/Yury Casino High Roller
Claire Goose
as Rachel Reeve
Matthew David McCarthy
as Church Congregation
Emma Connell
as Stewardess
Chu Omambala
as Pastor Tejan Tsie
Grant Davis
as Boxing promoter
Matthew McNulty
as Rob Spencer
John Benfield
as Jim Stepton
Glenn Speers
as Buster Wiley
Ryan Coath
as Cliff
Tony Selby
as Gabriel Franks
Laura Swift
as Ivana
Brian Croucher
as Morgan Copeland
Orion Ben
as Stark House Assistant
Charles Babalola
as Ade
Thekla Reuten
as Isabella Augustine
Steven Mackintosh
as Detective Superintendent Winter/Chief Superintendent Winter
Mandeep Dhillon
as Indira Kamal
Katie McGuinness
as Kelly Harrington
Waj Ali
as Drug Trafficker
Flor Ferraco
as Receptionist
Stephen Thompson
as Kevin Grey
Zak Shukor
as Uncle Kang
Mark Quartley
as Paul Lermentov/Paul Lermontov
Alfie Stewart
as Billy
Jenny Bede
as Receptionist
Colin Murtagh
as Police Officer
Tom Reed
as Ajit Malhotra
Deborah Rock
as Diner
Andrew May-Gohrey
as Young Frank Clayton
Moon Saker
as Carolina
Brendon Berg
as Prisoner
Maria Barr
as Swimmer
Grant Crookes
as Firearms Police Officer/Police Officer/SO19 Firearm Police
Chris Cowlin
as City Worker/Jewish Diamond Merchant/Police Officer
Bradley Wj Miller
as Electrician 1
Wilson James
as Elliot Aimes
Stephen Kennedy
as Chaplin
Olivia Quinn
as MIS Detective
June Smith
as Gangsters Moll at Funeral
Christopher Patrick Nolan
as Barman
John Paul Connolly
as Nigel Brown
Annie Hulley
as Maggie Grady
Rupert Penry-Jones
as Blake
Stephan Genovese
as Jason
Liz Sutherland
as Mahjong player
Asim Chaudhry
as Syed
Grace Stone
as Helen Mitford
Dragos Bucur
as Viktor Mirchev
Stefan Boehm
as Dr. Jones
Teresa Shaughnessy
as Diamond Buyer
Rosalind Halstead
as Gina Pursey
James Nesbitt
as Harry/DI Harry Clayton/Harry Clayton
Yee-Yee Yeung
as Old surgeon
Michael Haydon
as Diamond dealer
Simon Treves
as Butler
John Wark
as Traffic Officer Jack
Sophia La Porta
as Mia Larson
David Terry
as Police Officer
Albert Tang
as Jazz Club Guest
Sendhil Ramamurthy
as Nikhail Julian/Golding
Thomas Coombes
as Dan Morrison/DC Dan Morrison
Daniel Vivian
as Idriz Lazami/Lazami
Lee Whitlock
as Reporter 1
Daniel Eghan
as Market Shopper/Police Officer
Benjamin Moss
as Office Worker
Justified
as Forensics
Lee Charles
as Flanagan
Leah Walker
as Hannah Okoye
Sarah Archer
as P.C
Amara Karan
as DS Suri Chohan/DI Suri Chohan
Ross Green
as Croupier

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2016 | 10 Episodes

Season 2
Season 3

Media

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Awards

Awards & Nominations

British Screenwriters' Awards 2016

Nominee

British Screenwriters' Awards

Best Crime Writing on Television (Series/Single Drama)

Dragon Awards 2017

Nominee

Dragon Awards

Best Science Fiction or Fantasy TV Series

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