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Storyline

The Borgias, led by patriarch Rodrigo, are a family of outsiders from Spain who try to take over control of Renaissance-era Italy. Through the use of bribery, extortion and torture, Rodrigo rises up the ranks to become pope. Two of Rodrigo's children are used as pawns by being married off to members of rival families at a young age. Vanozza, Rodrigo's long-time mistress and mother of his children, and Giulia Farnese battle for the elder Borgia's affections. The story of the Borgias has inspired such works as Machiavelli's political treatise "The Prince" and Mario Puzo's "The Godfather."

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

Country: United States, Canada

Type: Scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: April 3, 2011

Also Known As: ボルジア家 愛と欲望の教皇一族, Borgias |  See more »

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

Genres

Plot Keywords

rome, italy
florence, italy
religion
historical drama

Company Credits

Production Co: Showtime Networks, Take 5 Productions |  See more »

Cast

Wendy Nottingham
as Abbess
Athina Papadimitriu
as Sobbing Woman
Edward Hogg
as Georges D'Amboise
András Sándor
as Gonzaga Servant
James Robinson
as Sforza Soldier 2
Andrew Pleavin
as Rhodente Orsini
Andrew Gower
as Assassin 1
Ronan Vibert
as Giovanni Sforza
Abraham Belaga
as Vitelezzo Vitelli
Robert Cavanah
as Hernando De Caballos
Jeremy Irons
as Rodrigo Borgia
Mackenzie Munro
as Concetta
John Surman
as Shepherd
Csaba Vékes
as Jewish Merchant #1
Ana Ularu
as Charlotte D'Albret
Péter Kertész
as Cardinal 1
Augustus Prew
as Prince Alfonso
Mickey Sumner
as Francesca
Péter Horkay
as General/The Cistercian
Antal Konrád
as Il Cerimoniere/Major-domo
György Gál
as Elderly Nobleman
Szilárd Várnai
as Doge of Venice's Nephew
Nan Kerr
as Aged Nun
Lotte Verbeek
as Giulia Farnese
Thure Lindhardt
as Rufio
Anna Spergel
as Whore 2
Robert Gogo-Fawcett
as Bishop
Joanna Foster
as Stalwart Nun
Anton Giltrap
as Choir Boy
Arkie Reece
as French Rider
Krystallia Kefaloudi
as Robine De Lamoll
Miklós Turek
as French Captain #2
Colm Feore
as Giuliano Della Rovere
Ákos Inotay
as Sinner
Philip Perkinson
as Flunkey
Antal Ádám
as Arrogant Young Nephew
David Kabelitz
as Lucio
Edmund Kingsley
as Medic
Simon Gregor
as Doctor
Harry Boyd
as Papal Guard
Rory McMenamin
as The Boy Lucio
Naomi Cooper-Davis
as Prostitute 1
Kellie Blaise
as Bernadetta
Carl McCrystal
as Soldier
Justin Avoth
as Conquistador
Emily Taaffe
as Gabriella Visconti/Sforza
Keith Burke
as Gian Galaezzo
Gina McKee
as Caterina Sforza
Matias Varela
as King Ferdinand II of Naples
David Alpay
as Calvino
Kevin Griffiths
as Cardinal
Tom Keller
as Gamaliel
Richard Bremmer
as Notary
Alan Westaway
as Neapolitan Ambassador
Pál Makrai
as Major-Domo
László Konter
as Cardinal Colonna
Paul Putner
as Venetian Envoy
Sam Keeley
as Youth #1
Peter Stebbings
as Cardinal De Luca
Charlie Carrick
as Pascal
Ondra Dorian
as Paolo-Cavalli
András Ábel
as Soldier
Gergely Boronyak
as Vatican Guard
Johnny Palmiero
as Giancarlo
Péter Polgár
as Monk
Charlie Anson
as Vittorio Colonna
Björn Hlynur Haraldsson
as Gian Paolo Baglioni
Russ Bain
as French Soldier 1
Stevie Benko
as Savonarola Children's Leader
Nathan O'Toole
as Vincenzo
Joseph Macnab
as Prospero Colonna
Vernon Dobtcheff
as Cardinal Versucci
Zoltan Rihmer
as Latin Reader
Bálint Adorjáni
as Guard 1
Réka Sinkó
as Sister Angela
Olivér Tóth
as Della Rovere's Cook
Edina Lezsak
as The Witch
Dermot Keaney
as Gascon Scout #2
Mal Whyte
as Theatre Manager
Fabiano Dantas Tavares
as Native American
Stephen Noonan
as Deacon Cardinal
Jamie Blackley
as Raphael
François Arnaud
as Cesare Borgia
Declan Hannigan
as Servant
William Ruane
as Papal Physician
Cyron Melville
as Cardinal Farnese
John Arthur
as Brother Bernardino
Sarah Finigan
as Beggar Woman
Jalaal Hartley
as Pinturicchio
Sarah Solemani
as Magdelena
Holliday Grainger
as Lucrezia Borgia
Prometheus Aleifer
as Roberto Orsini
David Oakes
as Juan Borgia
Jonah Russell
as Cardinal Petrucci
Antal Leisen
as Cardinal 2/Cardinal Grimani
Donal Gallery
as Priest
Orsolya Éva Oroszi
as Prostitute 2
Levente Törköly
as Turkish Ambassador
Elliot Lang
as The Boy Angelo
Kenneth Collard
as Husband (Actor)
Camilla Rutherford
as The Woman
Luke Allen-Gale
as Fredirigo
Leo Bill
as Cardinal Costanzo
Anne Lambton
as Abbess
Melia Kreiling
as Bianca
Danny Midwinter
as Condottiere 1
Árpád Barta
as Jewish Merchant #2
Peter Sullivan
as Cardinal Ascanio Sforza
Alexis Latham
as Neapolitan Courtier/Stefano (Servant)
Pilou Asbæk
as Paolo Orsini
Alex Mugnaioni
as Sforza Soldier 1
Jean-Paul Van Cauwelaert
as French Escort 1
Nicholas Rowe
as Baron Bonadeo
Elyes Gabel
as Prince Djem
Gabi Fon
as Nun #1
Bosco Hogan
as Cardinal Piccolomini
Noah Taylor
as Mortician
Tristan Sturrock
as Doctor
Aidan Alexander
as Gioffre Borgia
Ivan Kaye
as Ludovico Sforza/Duke Ludovico Sforza
Sophie Thompson
as Catherina's Servant
Sebastian De Souza
as Alfonso of Aragon
Helen Bradbury
as Nanny
Sebastián Cortes
as Priest
Brendan Cowell
as Mattai the Hebrew
Tam Dean Burn
as Dominican Prior
Barna Ilyes
as Dominican Monk
Callum Turner
as Calvino
Gäbor Atlasz
as Vatican Cook
Tom Austen
as Raffaello
Steven Hartley
as Captain of the Guard
Andrea Takáts
as Pilgrim 2
Ferenc Hujber
as Guard 2
Luke Pasqualino
as Paolo
David Dawson
as The French Ambassador
Ferenc Lengyel
as Masseur
Paloma Oakenfold
as Courtesan (Actor)
Matilda Sturridge
as Alicia
Roger Lloyd Pack
as Friar
Eric MacLennan
as Gatekeeper
Richard Shanks
as French Soldier 3
Harry Taurasi
as Piero De Medici/Piero de Medici
Mark Noble
as French General
David Dencik
as Cardinal Orsini
James Woolley
as Ambassador of Navarre
Ruta Gedmintas
as Ursula Bonadeo
Linda Marlowe
as Old Lady
Joanne Whalley
as Vanozza Cattaneo
Caitlin Joseph
as Elina/The Dancing Girl
Emmanuelle Chriqui
as Sancia
Montserrat Lombard
as Maria
Lucy Drive
as Carina
Darwin Shaw
as Augustino
Helen Norton
as Wife (Actor)
Frank Bourke
as Medic
Elena Argiros
as Woman in Bed
Szilvia Pintér
as Sister Sylvia
Ákos Horváth
as Vatican Guard
Steven Berkoff
as Girolamo Savonarola
Julian Bleach
as Niccolo Machiavelli
Jacqui Dankworth
as Rosa
Gerda Pohánka
as Nun #2
John Rado
as Cardinal Colonna/The Bystander
Billy Boyle
as The Embalmer
Frederick Warder
as Birdman
David Bamber
as Theo
Levente Tasner
as Goofy Noble Grandson
Kata Sarbó
as Nurse 2
Selva Rasalingam
as Tommaso Carracci
Sophie Goulet
as Joan of France
Matt Devere
as Messenger from Liguria
Iván Fenyö
as Florentine Swordsman
Oliver Doherty
as Young Juan
Patrick Osborne
as Domenico the Kitchen Hand
Árpád Csernik
as Gunner Captain
Simon Nader
as The Dominican
Giacomo Gonnella
as Battista Colonna
Alex Lanipekun
as Mohammed
Réka Császár
as Whore 1
Robert Demeger
as Venetian Ambassador
Serge Hazanavicius
as Louis XII of France
Béla Gados
as Il Cerimoniere
Thomas Thoroe
as Gascon Scout #1
Barbara Flynn
as Isabella
James Wilson
as Altar Boy
Mike Kelly
as Armourer Naples
David Papava
as Carlo Baglione
Katie McGuinness
as Beatrice
Matt Stokoe
as French Soldier #2
Attila C. Arpa
as Assassin 1/Bodyguard #1
Richard Rifkin
as The Penitent
Simon McBurney
as Johannes Burchart
Edward Petherbridge
as Friar Raphael
Imre Sipos
as Gascon Scout #4
Derek Jacobi
as Cardinal Orsini
Patrick O'Kane
as Francesco Gonzaga
Zsolt Viczei
as Artist
Robert Reina
as Spanish Ambassador
Raffaello Degruttola
as Mortuary Attendant
Lukács Bicskey
as Guard
Dénes Bernáth
as Pilgrim
Emil Hostina
as Gascon Leader
Liam McMahon
as General
Jesse Bostick
as Antonello
Jemima West
as Vittoria
David Lowe
as French Ambassador
Máté Haumann
as Youth #2
Barney Glover
as Vincenzo Salvatore
Joseph M. Kelly
as King Ferrante of Naples
Gyula Mesterházy
as Guard
Richard Rattner
as Neapolitan Guard
Jamie Beamish
as Siege Overseer
Zsolt Zágoni
as Gascon Scout #5
László Keszég
as Bodyguard #2
Tom Stuart
as Sulphur Mine Overseer
Edit Balázsovits
as Nurse
Michel Muller
as King Charles VIII
Fernanda Dorogi
as Flirtatious Lady
Noah Silver
as Benito Sforza
Sean Harris
as Micheletto
Mark C. Phelan
as Drunk/Morgue Worker
Peter Mark
as Djem's Servant
Dávid Abonyi
as Son (Actor)
Seymour Matthews
as Sigimondo D'Este
Richard Durden
as The Physician
Zoltán Schmied
as Condottiere 2
Susan Cookson
as Midwife
Gábor Nagypál
as Papal Soldier Snitch
Joseph Kelly
as King Ferrante of Naples
Edward Akrout
as French Captain/French Captain #1
Edward de Souza
as Doctor
Michael Poole
as Pope Innocent
Isaac O'Sullivan
as Venetian Prince Regent

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2011 | 9 Episodes

Season 2

2012 | 10 Episodes

Season 3

2013 | 10 Episodes

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Awards

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Gemini Awards 2011

Nominee

Gemini Awards

Best Original Music Score for a Program or Series

Winner

Gemini Awards

Best Dramatic Series

Nominee

Gemini Awards

Best Picture Editing in a Dramatic Program or Series

Nominee

Gemini Awards

Best Visual Effects

Nominee

Gemini Awards

Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Series

Monte-Carlo TV Festival 2011

Nominee

Monte-Carlo TV Festival

Outstanding Actor - Drama Series

Nominee

Monte-Carlo TV Festival

Outstanding Actress - Drama Series

Nominee

Monte-Carlo TV Festival

Outstanding Actress - Drama Series

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