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About this title

Storyline

What would it be like if the Allied Powers had lost WWII, and Japan and Germany ruled the United States?

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

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: January 15, 2015

Also Known As: Człowiek z wysokiego zamku, Ο Άνδρας στο Ψηλό Κάστρο |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

based on novel or book
nazi
resistance
dystopia

Company Credits

Production Co: Amazon Studios, Big Light Productions |  See more »

Cast

Blair Penner
as SD Officer Williams
Jason Asuncion
as Hiro
Catherine Elissa Chow
as Japanese Secretary
John Mariano
as Vince Cippolini
Camille Sullivan
as Karen/Karen Vecchione
Alison Araya
as Gloria
Jason Riki Kosuge
as Japanese Man/Japanese Soldier/Japanese Father
Peter Hanlon
as Joseph Berg
Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa
as Nobusuke Tagomi
Kaniehtiio Horn
as Gina
Ryuhei Tanaka
as Japanese Soldier on Street
Jay Hindle
as Technician #1
Neuman Mannas
as Singer
Neal Bledsoe
as Captain Connolly
Carsten Norgaard
as Rudolph Wegener/Victor Baynes
Carlo Yu
as JPS Marine Sergeant #1/Kempeitai Police (Gate)
Brad Bergeron
as SS Train Driver #1
Eric Mazimpaka
as Tenement Man #1
Martin Novotny
as Nazi Embassy Staffer
Christina Schell
as Dancer
Jason Beaudoin
as Griggs
Takahiro Inoue
as Shimura
Duncan McLellan
as Male Volunteer #2
Ryan Hesp
as Bill
Ty Olsson
as Major Tod Metzger
Natalie von Rotsburg
as Older Female Guest
Yuki Matsuzaki
as Nakamura
Amy Okuda
as Christine Tanaka
Josh Pence
as Hans
Joshua Pak
as Japanese Medic
Yumi Nagashima
as Akiko Kido
Camille Hollett-French
as Female Volunteer #1
Akiko Hull
as Herbalist
Sarah Strange
as Ledette
Callum Keith Rennie
as Gary Connell
Hiromoto Ida
as Imperial Guard/Emperor of Japan/Lieutenant General
Bernhard Forcher
as Ambassador Hugo Reiss
Peter Anderson
as Goebbels
Darcey Johnson
as Glenn Durham
Shauna Johannesen
as Sabra Woman
Jeremy Thorsen
as SS Security Officer
Chris Theisinger
as Berlin Pedestrian
Rupert Evans
as Frank Frink
Kristof Gillese
as Reporter Jon Watson
Kyle Mosonyi
as Hitler Honor Guard/Nazi Soldier
Ben Immanuel
as Erwin
Wade Sun
as Army Soldier
Daniel Lim
as Japanese Imperial Army Soldier (Nippon)/Uniformed Guard
Elizabeth Rhoades
as Bus Station Employee
Nicole Oliver
as Zina Parks
Cara Mitsuko
as Sarah
David Chin
as Plainclothes Policeman
Rick Worthy
as Lem Washington/Lem
Alfred Anderson
as BCR Bomb Builder #2/BCR Member #1
Aaron Blakely
as Erich Raeder/Aide Erich Raeder
Ian Kim
as Officer
Rocky Anderson
as General #2
Kai Bradbury
as Kempeitai Officer
Andrew Hedge
as Sheriff
Eddie Shin
as Noriyuke Tagomi
Bruce Locke
as General Yamori
Nadia White
as Dancer
Craig Erickson
as Intruder
Jaren Moore
as Maintenance Man
Hyuma Frankowski
as Japanese Translator
Forrest Rozitis
as Male Student
Leonard Tenisci
as Joseph Goebbels
Harrison MacDonald
as ARBI Agent #2
William Forsythe
as J. Edgar Hoover
John Dewar
as Game Show Host
Carolyn Yonge
as Rachel Chrisalms
Abie Ekenezar
as Bus Passenger/Refugee
Louis Ozawa Changchien
Jason Tremblay
as Wayne Harris
Emily Holmes
as Lucy Collins
Jessica Dawn Keeling
as Dancer
Rufus Sewell
as John Smith
Kyal Scott
as Smith's SS Soldier #1
Daniel Diemer
as Kent
Malik McCall
as Darius
Julian Lao
as Japanese Soldier
Stephan Goldbach
as Gruppenfuhrer Schmidt
Dean McKenzie
as Mr. Jones
Lini Evans
as Nightclub Singer
Udi Daon
as Jewish Attendee #1
Luke Roessler
as Otto Wegener
Brett Alexander Davidson
as Bodyguard
Chika Kanamoto
as Yukiko
Corina Akeson
as Nurse
Jeffrey Nordling
as Dr. Daniel Ryan
Destiny Millns
as Waitress
Lyriq Bent
as Mingus Jones
Jason O'Mara
as Wyatt Price
Tristan Jensen
as Grand Palace Bartender
Mathias Retamal
as Bartender/Waiter
Darcy Laurie
as Bucket
Darren Dolynski
as Bill Crothers
Rob Morton
as Truck Driver
Wonita Joy
as Old Asian Woman
Charlie Hofheimer
as Daniel Levine
Kate Dion-Richard
as Reich Nurse
Cornelis Koopmans
as Honor Guard
Tatsuya Aoki
as Buddhist Priest
Laura Mennell
as Thelma Harris
Michael Hagiwara
as Okami
Ricardo Pequenino
as Young Man
Sherise Graham
as BCR Member #5
Melanie Walden
as Customer
Yael Yurman
as Clara Sampson
Moses Andeku
as Activist #1
Malcolm Masters
as Camera Operator/Cameraman/Nicole's Cameraman
Evan Spergel
as SS Train Driver #2
Laura Drummond
as Mrs. Vick
Joel de la Fuente
as Inspector Kido
Robert Moloney
as Hector
Eric Lange
as General Whitcroft
Bob Frazer
as Danny Carter
Kelvin Lum
as Royal Imperial Colonel/Yakuza Boatman
Steve Chang
as Stunt Actor Kempeitait #2
Heather-Claire Nortey
as Mavis
Kayla Deorksen
as Skater Girl's Mother
Cailean Connolly
as Embassy Guard
Arnold Chun
as Kotomichi
Joseph R. Porter
as Actor
Ruairi MacDonald
as Charlie Sampson
Carlo Fanella
as Nazi Broadcast Director
Dmitry Mazur
as NY Police Officer
Tamlyn Tomita
as Tamiko Watanabe/Tamiko
Simon Leung
as Manager
Moishe Teichman
as Sabra Elder
James Ralph
as General #1
Paul Schulz
as Band Leader
Justin Stone
as German Stormtrooper/German Stormtrooper #1
Joe Allard
as White Man #2
Gillian Barber
as Alice Adler
Adam Henderson
as Doctor
Abby de Forest
as Minder #1
Alison Raine
as Nurse
Rick Cleveland
Nancy Kerr
as Assessor
Evan Gillmore
as SS Blackshirt Corporal
Hiroaki Futsukaichi
as Yakuza Jeweler
Kirby Morrow
as GNR Commanding Officer
Ben Leiataua
as Steel Mill Worker
Alex Kliner
as Bookstore Cashier
Helena Heidebrecht
as Partier
Paul Dzenkiw
as SD Agent Matthews/Agent Matthews
Leo Rano
as Ernesto
Valerie Mahaffey
as Susan
Robyn Bradley
as Jewish Attendee #4
Gabriel Carter
as U.S. Army Private #1
Adam Klassen
as SS Officer
Pierce Kang
as 9-Year-Old Toru
Dimitry Tsoy
as Kempeitai Police
Eda Soong
as Yakuza Bouncer
Chhultim Sherpa
as Buddhist Monk
Monique Phillips
as Renee Wexler
Stefanie von Pfetten
as Katharina Wegener
Allan Havey
as Line-Faced Man/Lined-Faced Man/Man with Lined Face
Sarah Hayward
as Floor Manager
Eric Yue
as Farmer
Quinn Lord
as Thomas Smith/Alt Thomas Smith
Kevan Ohtsji
as Russell Sato
Josias Tschanz
as German officer
Nancy Sorel
as Mary Dawson
Paul Pape
as Film Narrator
Art Kitching
as Abwehr Officer
Javier Lacroix
as Bartender
Colin Lawrence
as Boat Captain
Maggie Ma
as Woman
Andrew Neil McKenzie
as Medical Photographer
Wendy Abbott
as Raeder's Mother
Robert Francis
as Businessman
Jason Lee Daniel
as Bus Station Traveler
Jessie Fraser
as Rita Pearce/Rita
Keone Young
as General Hata
Barbara Beall
as BIll's Wife
Bill Dow
as Dr. Eric Zuckereyck
Rintaro Sawamoto
as Kempeitai Guard (Hotel)/Kempeitai Police #1
Tunji-Taylor Lewis
as Joe
Bella Heathcote
as Nicole Dörmer
Marc Rissmann
as Wilhelm Goertzmann
Daisuke Nakagawa
as JPS News Reader/Kempeitai Officer (Embassy)
Eijiro Ozaki
as Admiral Inokuchi
Eric Breker
as SD Agent Farkas
Scott Seol
as Kempeitai Sergeant
Nikolai Witschl
as Jimmy
Colleen Winton
as Gabby Drake
Richard David Lecoin
as Gun Factory Laborer
Matt Lindquist
as Actor
Celia Aloma
as Tenement Wife #1
Andy Yu
as Japanese Imperial Army Soldier (Bus)
Gracyn Shinyei
as Amy Smith
Curtis Albright
as Citizen/NAZI Youth
Erica Leong
as Bus Station Traveler
Skyler Mowatt
as U.S. Army Private #3
Lee Shorten
as Sergeant Yoshida/Suited Man
Kurt Evans
as Henry Collins
Sean Goodearl
as Nazi Gestapo
Mike Gill
as Marine Recruiter #2
Aubrey Deeker Hernandez
as SS Officer Kurt Scausch
Tate Donovan
as George Dixon
Tyler Layton-Olson
as Pretty Boy
Alex Zahara
as SS Officer Oliver Diels/Oberfuehrer Oliver Diels/Oliver Diels
Raphael Kepinski
as Jacob/Sabra Gate Guard
Thomas Miller
as Male Volunteer #1
Danny Swanson
as Bus Driver
James Song
as Kempeitai Officer
Kelly McCabe
as Railings
Emma Jayne Maas
as Young Child
Camden Filtness
as Paul
Jerome Yoo
as Kempeitai Police #2
Kheon Clarke
as Tenement Man #2
Chris Hazenberg
as Car Driver (2016)
Derek Lowe
as Opium Dealer
Luke Kleintank
as Joe Blake
Brian Widmer
Chris Robson
as History Teacher/Principal
Louis Hobson
as Nazi Contestant
Kasey Ryne Mazak
as Drug Addled Soldier/Yakuza
Valentina Skala
as Toddler Trudy
Marlie Collins
as Chic Club Singer
Mark Gash
as Mr. Cullen
Robert Gordon Harvey
as Nazi Smoking Soldier
Yuichi Saito
as Kempeitai Sergeant/Japanese Sergeant/Kempeitai Officer/Kempeitai Soldier
Michael Hogan
as Hagan/Ex-Preacher
Jan Bos
as Medical Officer
Vladimir Raiman
as Jewish Attendee #3
Gwynyth Walsh
as Margarete Himmler/Margarethe Himmler
Sylvesta Stuart
as Another Mate
Daniel Roebuck
as Arnold Walker
Pippa Mackie
as Coat Check Girl
Terry Williams
as BCR Member #3
Barbara Eve Harris
as Angela
William Belleau
as Clyde
Jeff McKracken
as Hook Nose Gestapo
Julia Ganswind
as Dancer/Friend
Ryan Scramstad
as Nazi Officer (Sea Plane)
Donna Yamamoto
as Tagomi's Secretary
Carter MacIntyre
as Russ Gilmore
Pavel Romano
as Barker
Sky Kao
as Kempeitai Officer/Kempeitai Sergeant
Romuald Hivert
as Canon City Guy
Giles Panton
as Billy Turner
Johnny Mah
as Larger Man/Yakuza Heavy
Forbes Angus
as Hotel Manager
Aaron Pearl
as Hank McCrae/Hank McCraie
Ronin Wong
as Mr. Chiba
Clé Bennett
as Elijah
Matt Janzen
as Newsstand Clerk
Melanie Crystal
as Shop Assistant
Donald Sales
as Atticus/Black Arms Dealer
James Haruo Saito
as Imperial Army Officer
Rich Ting
as Captain Iijima
Wolf Muser
as Adolf Hitler
Douglas Chapman
as Colonel Bolden
Burn Gorman
as The Marshal
Michael Kopsa
as Luftwaffe General
Nickolas Baric
as Junge
Jesse Haddock
as Morgue Attendant
Guy Christie
as Robert Street
Erik Vigil
as U.S. Army Private #2
Gina Williams
as Black Female Piano Player
Lisa Baran
as Beautiful Girl
Charles Zuckermann
as Senior Nazi Officer
Lorynne Machado
as Young Female Volunteer #2
Aubrey Lin
as Citizen
Ayden Chan Arnold
as Jamal
Peter Shinkoda
as Kazu Hirano
Nicola Doherty
as Crying Family Member #2
Ptolemy Slocum
as Raymond Doyle
Ralista Harding
as BCR Bomb Builder #3
Chase Nicholson
as Photo Kid
Wonser De-Gbon
as Tenement Wife #2
Cory Gruter-Andrew
as Henry Iver
Kenneth Tigar
as Himmler/Heinrich Himmler
Ted Cole
as Neighbor/Grown Up #1
Mike McLeod
as Gestapo Agent/Resistance Member
James Neate
as Jack
John Emmet Tracy
as Father Finn
Ken Tremblett
as Richard Dawson
Ryan Kong
as Japanese Boy
Alan Lee Baker
as San Francisco Citizen
Yuta Takenaka
as Kempeitai Investigator/Kempeitai Officer/Lead Detective
Paul Vos
as General #3
David Drummond
as Rikers Island Guard
Mayumi Yoshida
as Crown Princess
Wolfgang Klassen
as Berlin Party Guest #2
Lauren Maynard
as Pretty Girl
Andrew Prest
as Pilot
Adam Bergquist
as Executive #2 Bill
Tzi Ma
as General Onada
Carmen Mikkelsen
as Emily Crothers
Shane Dean
as Mingus Jones
Russell Jung
as Finance Minister Mori/Minister
David Harewood
as Equiano Hampton
Trevor Carroll
as Will
Colby Wilson
as Man
Zara Smith
as Tracy
Allyson Macdougal
as BCR Member #4
Jeremy Schuetze
as Klaus Hein/Major Klaus Hein
Shaun Ross
as Shoe Shine Boy
Ben Cotton
as Earle
Carter Ryan
as Buddy
Gabriel Jacob-Cross
as Tenement Child
Ricardo Ewert
as Hitler's Aide
Lisa Chandler
as Swing Girl
Geoffrey Blake
as Doc Meyer/Doc
Jack Kehler
as Harlan Wyndam-Matson/Harlan Wyndam Matson/Madsen
Conor Leslie
as Trudy/Trudy Walker
David Ikeda
as Dr. Hamahashi
Linden Banks
as Nazi Doctor
Rachel Nichols
as Martha
Andy Nez
as Doorman
Frances Turner
as Bell Mallory
Scott Takeda
as Mr. Kobayashi
Michael Rispoli
as Don Warren
Matthew Graham
as American Man
Genea Charpentier
as Jennifer Smith
Peter Kelamis
as Raunchy Richie/Raunchy Ritchie/Richie
Macall Gordon
as Anne Walker/Anne Crain Walker/Anne Crain
Bzhaun Rhoden
as Benjy
Brian Cyburt
as SD Officer Miller
Sebastian Roché
as Reichsminister Martin Heusmann
Eric Keenleyside
as Ron Whittaker
Alexander J. Baxter
as ARBI Agent/Hoover's Deputy
Stephen Dill
as Man in Bar
Stephen Root
as Hawthorne Abendsen
Rob LaBelle
as Bookstore Clerk/Carl, Bookstore Clerk
Phil McCoy
as Man in Bar
Erin Boyes
as Hoover's Secretary
Sean Kuling
as Smith's Adjutant/Wesley
John Specogna
as Headquarters Passerby
Chelah Horsdal
as Helen Smith
Bella Dayne
as Monika
Ian Rozylo
as Reich Lieutenant
Taku Okamoto
as Japanese Police Officer
Sean MacLean
as Gate Guard
Mark Brandon
as Newscaster/Reich Newscaster/TV Anchor
Takeshi Kurokawa
as Japanese Official/Minister Shimura
Fiona Vroom
as Carla
Akie Kotabe
as Nakamura
Andrew Kavadas
as Tuck
Gabrielle Rose
as Frau Silvia
Kevin McNulty
as Doctor Adler/Dr. Gerald Adler
Marcie Nestman
as Jewish Attendee #5
Nicole Rockmann
as Mother
Namgyu Gwon
as Blasé Kempeitai Soldier
Steve Weller
as Jewish Attendee #2
Clayton James
as Young George
Bradley Fujimoto
as Aikido student
Jackson Hoad
as SS Officer
Susan Hanson
as Mrs. Yahata
Sen Mitsuji
as Toru Kido
Stephen Aberle
as Samuel
John Shaw
as Reich Orator
Stephen Ogden
as Howard Wexler
Jackson Chao
as Imperial Naval Officer
Kesler Talbot
as Bobby
Danny Gamble
as Whitcroft's General
Kent Paling
as Butler
David Longworth
as Driver
Casey Kenneth Wright
as Bobby
Lauchlin MacDonald
as Suspicious Dad
Matthias Brunert
as Berlin Party Guest
Darren Matheson
as Adler's Son
Garfield Wilson
as Leon
Louis Ferreira
as Brad Bellows
Jara Zeimer
as Klaudia Wegener
Jennifer Oleksiuk
as ND Hostess #2/Salesgirl
Austin Trapp
as Nazi Kid
Patrick Heinrich
as Jurgen Klammer
Larry Hoe
as Minister Nagasaki
Genevieve Brock
as Weltkommando #2
Emily Feliciano
as Newsie
Francisco Trujillo
as Carlos
Ann Magnuson
as Caroline Abendsen
Jarrod Evanyshyn
as Smith's SS Soldier #2
DJ Qualls
as Ed McCarthy
Cody Ray Thompson
as Agent Campbell
Dean Wunsch
as Hiker
Frank C. Turner
as Jim McCarthy
Ari Solomon
as Technician/Technician #2
Thomas Turner
as Driver #1
Michael Yama
as Librarian
Sean Akira
as Japanese Surgeon
Evan Lee
as Hostess bar patron/Imperial Japanese naval officer/Kempeitai police/Nippon Rice Export supervisor
Dianne Greenwood
as Fatima Hassan
Jocelyn New
as Activist #2
Anthony F. Ingram
as Kasoura's House Boy/House Boy
Richard Ching
as Mr. Eto
James Rha
as Warehouse Kempeitai #2
Hank Harris
as Randall
Christina Lewall
as Calisthenics Instructor
Angelo Tosi
as Older Man
Rob Compton
as Jeremy Schmidt
Ryan Jinn
as Japanese Soldier
Brennan Brown
as Robert Childan
Keisha Haines
as Prostitute
Robel Zere
as Boat Thin Mate
Thure Riefenstein
as Field Marshal
John Innes
as Harry
Andrew Beha
as White Man's Friend
Shannon Day
as Katie Owens
Arpad Balogh
as Chuck Dolan/Resistance Fighter
Zuri Vankevich
as T-Shirt Guy
Jackie Blackmore
as Malka/Sabra Woman
Dalias Blake
as Anthony
Jesse Hutch
as ARBI Agent
David Sakurai
as Colonel Saito
Caroline Muthoni Muita
as Mary
Yukari Komatsu
as Michiko Tagomi
Donovan Cerminara
as U.S. Army Corporal
Ray Proscia
as Reinhard Heydrich
Louis Ozawa
as Paul Kasoura
Clint Jung
as General Ryuu Masuda
Alexa Davalos
as Juliana Crain
Rachel Warkentin
as Sabra Teen
Paul Puzzella
as Roadhouse Friend #1
Kwesi Ameyaw
as Junior
Dean Paul Gibson
as Mr. Brewer
Callum Seagram Airlie
as John Crothers
Michael Q. Adams
as Bus Driver
Ed Moy
as Tagomi Funeral Procession Mourner
Sean Kohnke
as Doorman
Ali Skovbye
as Annie Sanders
Steve Byers
as Lawrence Klemm
Michael Eber
as Doni
Fletcher Donovan
as Nazi Officer
Hiro Kanagawa
as Taishi Okamura
Michael Gaston
as Mark Sampson
Daisuke Tsuji
as Crown Prince
Cameron Andres
as Nazi Youth Singer
Lisa Paxton
as Eva Braun
Herbert Duncanson
as Guest
Meg Heus
as Bridget
Janet Kidder
as Lila Jacobs
Jason McKinnon
as Jail Guard
Ken Lawson
as Grand Palace Clerk
Artur Stofel
as Nazi Aide
Richard Cranor
as Nazi Officer
Montana Moore
as Dancer
Alex Barima
as Oscar Watson
Deborah Tahara
as Bus Station Traveler
Tyreah Herbert
as Imani
J.C. Williams
as Jeremiah/Jeremiah Washington
Veronika Hadrava
as Woman
Will Gilmore
as Nazi Gestapo Raider
David Furr
as George Lincoln Rockwell/Reichsmarschall George Lincoln Rockwell
Meghan Gardiner
as Crying Family Member #1
Seiya Matsudo
as Sergeant Nishida
Paul Lazenby
as White Man #1
Harry Han
as Kempeitai Police #1
Adam Swain
as Black Teen
Blaine Anderson
as Marine Recruiter #1
Timothy V. Murphy
as Adolf Eichmann
Ron Roggé
as Nazi Police Officer
Sean Poague
as Juliana's Dad
Mark Acheson
as Gino
Mike Li
as Yakuza Man/Yakuza Thug
David Stuart
as Technician #3
Christiaan Westerveld
as Holt
Josie Bulbrook
as Young Juliana
Michael A. Cheng
as Terminal Security
Jeff Craigen
as ARBI Agent #1
Anthony Shim
as Detective Mishima/Kempeitai Detective Mishima/Kempeitai Sergeant
Adrian Hough
as Ambassador Weber/Carl Weber
Colin Corrigan
as German SS Sergeant
John Hans Tester
as Dr. Josef Mengele/Josef Mengele
Andres Soto
as Pablo
Bob Dong
as Factory Owner
Cameron Dent
as Dwight
Jillian Fargey
as Gladys
Maxwell Neck
as Jory
Fiona Fu
as Mrs. Akiyama
Sarah Perkonlg
as Roadhouse Friend #2
Tao Okamoto
as Betty
Sebastien Archibald
as Medical Aide
Kenneth Liu
as Warehouse Kempeitai #1
Russell Porter
as Mystery Man
Holly Arthur
as BCR Bomb Builder #1/BCR Member #2
Jeremiah Oh
as Kempeitai Detective #1
Eric Banerd
as Nazi Security Guard
Willy Miles
as Camera Operator
Austin Miklautsch
as Weltkommando #1
Charles Edward Bae
as Japanese Customer/Wealthy Japanese Buyer
Mas Morimoto
as Shinto Priest
Ralph Smith
as Nazi Officer #1
Isaac Keoughan
as Avram
Jillian Walchuck
as ND Hostess
Garland Chang
as Kempeitai Detective #2
Magnus Futrell-Frunhling
as Nazi Aid #2
Shane McLean
as Assistant
Terence Hayman
as Bus Driver
Christine Chatelain
as Laura Crothers
Raresh DiMofte
as Karl Müller
Glenn Ennis
as Jeremy
Janet Glassford
as Dairy Woman

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2015 | 10 Episodes

Season 2

2016 | 10 Episodes

Season 3

2018 | 10 Episodes

Season 4

2019 | 10 Episodes

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