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The Pacific follows the lives of a U.S Marine Corps squad during the campaign within the Pacific against the Japanese Empire during WW2. Made by the creators of Band of Brothers, it follows a similar line of thought to outline the hardships of the common man during war. The Pacific is in parts a fast paced war series that can be enjoyed by action lovers whilst containing a more sensitive side when projecting the relationships (brotherhood) of Marines on the battlefield. Where The Pacific takes a new direction from its "older brother" is in its depiction of the lives of soldiers who were picked to return home to increase the sales of war bonds. In doing this it also depicts the life cycle of returned soldiers from initial joy to the eventual feeling of regret and to a certain extent shame felt by soldiers wanting to return to the war in service of either their comrades or nation.

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

Country: United States

Type: Miniseries

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: March 14, 2010

Also Known As: ザ・パシフィック, Тихий океан |  See more »

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


Plot Keywords

world war ii
marine corps

Company Credits

Production Co: DreamWorks, HBO Films |  See more »


Michael M. Foster
as Marine Carrying Child/Marine Officer
Matthew Cohen
as Mortar Team #1
Joel Angus King
as Solider
Lia Fisher
as Rose
Darren Bailey
as Mess Hall Marine
Alex Gowdie
as Red Cross Girl
Jon Seda
as Sgt. John Basilone
Kate Kendall
as Betty Leckie
Bruce Shapiro
as Radio Announcer
Matt Young
as Army Captain
Stephen Pease
as Betty's Husband
Luigi Lucente
as Carlo Basilone
Linda Cropper
as Mary Frank Sledge
Matt Craven
as Dr. Grant
Marsha Vassilevskaia
as Student
William Sadler
as Lt Col. Lewis 'Chesty' Puller
Karl Cottee
as Cpl. Pegg
Warwick Allsop
as Doctor
James Gaylyn
as Tee
Grant Cartwright
as Capt. Midnight
Richard Davine
as Australian Soldier/US Marine
David Ludlow
as Pvt. Lil'One
Pauline Egan
as Dancer/Party Guest
Kôichi Funayama
as Japanese Soldier
Sean Bunch
as Scavenging Marine
Noel Fisher
as Pvt. Hamm
Christian Barratt-Hill
as Corpsman
Conor O'Farrell
as Dr. Sledge
Ben L. Mitchell
as Marine
Ian Bliss
as Capt. Le Francois
Callan Lewis
as US Marine/Marine
Joe Russell
as Commissary Marine
Kristopher Bos
as Spitting Marine
Betty Buckley
as Marion Leckie
Ian Meadows
as Pvt. Cecil Evans
Ben Connolly
as Marine
Eva Lazzaro
as Isabel
Geordie Taylor
as Army Lieutenant
Wayne Bradley
as Veteran
Matthew Robinson
as MP in Park
Sam Cotton
as Lieutenant
Rami Malek
as PFC Merriell 'Snafu' Shelton
Alexander Kelvy
as Pvt. Daniels
Yuki Nagashima
as Japanese Language Officer
Bill Young
as Lt Col. McMaster
André de Vanny
as Crazy Marine
Dennis Kreusler
as Chaplain
Sandy Winton
as Capt. Jameson
Laurence Breuls
as 1st Lt. Larkin
Jessica Hutchinson
as Shopping Lady
Gary Sweet
as Sgt. Elmo 'Gunny' Haney
Joshua Chilcutt
as US Marine
Ben Chisholm
as Marine
Nicholas Cooper
as Army Officer
Bill Hunter
as James
Nikolai Nikolaeff
as Rear Echelon Man
Penny McNamee
as Hope
Ross Hubbard
as Marine
Shingo Usami
as Defiant Japanese Prisoner
Samuel R. Wright
as Demo Marine
Claire van der Boom
as Stella
Eamon Farren
as Cpl. John Powell
Roberto Garcia
as Marine
Nathan Lovejoy
as Sgt. Crease
James Straiton
as Marine
Joseph Mazzello
as PFC Eugene Sledge/Eugene Sledge/Pfc. Eugene Sledge/Pvt. Eugene Sledge
Richard Cawthorne
as Perle
Louis Toshio Okada
as Panicked Japanese Soldier
Jon Seda Jr.
as Basilone Nephew
Dwight Braswell
as PFC 'Steve' Evanson
Mena Lovin
as Civilian
Nobuyuki Obikane
as Japanese Soldier
Martin Williams
as Cook
Gareth Rickards
as Wounded Lieutenant
Masato Taguchi
as Japanese Soldier
Toby Schmitz
as Capt. Burns Lee
Samuel Johnson
as Adam
Simon Bossell
as Corpsman Stern
Heather Mitchell
as Mrs. Keller
Jacob Pitts
as PFC Bill 'Hoosier' Smith
Kazunori Yajima
as Japanese Soldier
Adelaide Clemens
as Registrar Girl
Shinji Ikefuji
as IJA Officer
Natalie Gee
as Civilian
Catherine McClements
as Catherine Leckie
Brandon Keener
as Charles Dunworthy
Andrew Lees
as PFC Robert Oswalt/Pvt. Robert Oswalt
Simon McLachlan
as Captain
Luke Arnold
as Augie
Dylan Young
as PFC Jay De L'eau/PFC Jay De L'Eau/Pfc. Jay De L'eau
Dylan Watson
as Womack's Assistant
Jon Bernthal
as Sgt. Manuel Rodriguez
Vince Cefalu
as Sgt. Major
Isabel Lucas
as Gwen
Tiger Saito
as 8-Year-Old Okinawan Boy
Damien Freeleagus
as Cab Driver
Sam North
as Replacement Marine
Richard Healy
as Lodge Speaker
Marian Frizelle
as Martha
Mitch Ryan
as PFC Edward Garland
Takuya Iwamoto
as IJA Core Millitary
Chris Haywood
as John Leckie
Amy Lehpamer
as Well Wisher at Docks
Christopher Stollery
as Catherine's Husband
Frank Aldridge
as Troop Train Porter
Chris Foy
as Pvt. 'Kathy' Peck
Liam McIntyre
as Lew
Simon Mallory
as MP in Park
Anna Torv
as Virginia Grey
Tony Nikolakopoulos
as Baba Karamanlis
Nobuhiro Inohara
as Japanese Soldier
Lelia Goldoni
as Dora Basilone
Rohan Nichol
as 2nd Lt. Lebec
Mark Casamento
as George Basilone
Aaron Cottrell
as Lieutenant
Tom Budge
as PFC Ronnie Gibson
Les Hill
as 1st Lt. Ben Sohn
Vincent Amorosi
as Buddy
Adam Lubicz
as Amtrac Driver
Braydn Michael
as Robert Marshall
Sean Weatherly
as Victorian Policeman
Brynn Loosemore
as Corpsman Lewis
Matt Rudduck
as Head Wounded Marine
Dylan Hyne
as Packer
Mark Taylor
as Russo
Pascal Mercay
as Battalion Operations Officer
Sam Hall
as Second Marine
Sam Parsonson
as Pvt. William LaPointe
Kenji Sato
as Japanese Soldier
Brendan Fletcher
as PFC Bill Leyden
Kristin Holland
as Hospital Guard
Joshua Close
as Edward Sledge
James Badge Dale
as PFC Robert Leckie
Leeanna Walsman
as Cpl. Lucy Otis
Paul Pantano
as Angelo Basilone
Eddie Hardy
as Marine
Joshua Bitton
as Sgt. J.P. Morgan/J.P. Morgan
Anna Jennings-Edquist
as Girl in Bar
Leon Ford
as 1st Lt. Edward 'Hillbilly' Jones
Nick Farnell
as Thomas
Caroline Dhavernas
as Vera Keller
Nathin Butler
as Private Young
Kaoru Sato
as Old Dying Woman
Mauricio Merino Jr.
as Handyboy
Annie Parisse
as Sgt. Lena Basilone
Socratis Otto
as Father Keough
Neal Horton
as 2nd Lt. Iseman
Andray Johnson
as Train Conductor
Bob Rumnock
as Al, the waiter/Waiter
Freddie Joe Farnsworth
as 1st Lt. Thomas Stanley
John Harlan Kim
as 14 Year old Japanese Soldier
Ashton Holmes
as PFC Sidney Phillips
Vlady T
as Wirechief
Julia Mazzucato
as Little sister
Keith Nobbs
as PFC Wilbur 'Runner' Conley
Toby Leonard Moore
as 2nd Lt. Stone/Sgt. Stone
Nick Tate
as Tom Smee
Byron J. Brochmann
as US Marine - B Corps
Ben Esler
as PFC Charles Tatum
Jacob Kyriakidis
as Radio Man
Henry Nixon
as 2nd Lt. Hugh Corrigan
Yutaka Izumihara
as Japanese Soldier
Edward Timothy Howard
as Marine
Tim Oliver Koenig
as US Marine - B Core
Scott Gibson
as Capt. Andrew Haldane
Akos Armont
as PFC Billie Joe Crumpton
Sebastian Bertoli
as Marine
Matthew Green
as Brunette Marine
Cariba Heine
as Phyllis
John-Paul Pace
as Prep Chef
Ashley Zukerman
as 2nd Lt. Mac
Cassandra Magrath
as Helen
John Reynolds
as Cpl. Charles Womack
Stephen Leeder
as Lt Gen. Alexander Vandegrift/Maj. Gen. Alexander Vandegrift
Reg Gorman
as Elderly Man on Trolley
Chris Milligan
as Marine
Nate Corddry
as Pvt. 'Loudmouth'
A.J. Garrett
as Surgeon
Ben Ridgwell
as Sous Chef
Mathew Waters
as Weeping Marine
James Crabtree
as U.S. Marine
Hiroyuki Yoshida
as Japanese Soldier
Alex Ferguson
as Boy on Bike
Adam Booth
as Sgt. Ralph Briggs
Kate Bell
as Mary Houston Phillips
Andrew Wragg
as Wounded Soldier
Tim Flynn
as Soldier at Dance
Josh Helman
as PFC Lew 'Chuckler' Juergens
Michael Patrick Carmody
as Soldier
David Keresztes
as Mortar Marine
Joseph R. Sicari
as Salvatore Basilone
Zoe Carides
as Mama Karamanlis
Martin McCann
as Cpl. R.V. Burgin/Sgt. R.V. Burgin
Charlie Hopkins
as 1st Lieutenent
Tom Hanks
as Narrator
Matthew Dale
as Sgt. John Marmet
Craig Ball
as Cpl. Ruddiger
Richard Huggett
as Maj. Coyle
Boni Yanagisawa
as Okinawan Mother
Mark Leonard Winter
as Relief Cook

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2010 | 10 Episodes




Awards & NominationsSee more »

Casting Society of America, USA 2010


Casting Society of America, USA

Outstanding Achievement in Casting - Television Movie/Mini Series

Gold Derby Awards 2010


Gold Derby Awards

TV Movie or Miniseries


Gold Derby Awards

TV Movie/Mini Actor

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