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8.6%
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2.7%
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About this title

Storyline

`Undercover' is a drama written by Peter Moffat, starring Sophie Okonedo and Adrian Lester in the lead roles. The six-part series follows Maya, a successful barrister, as she is set to become the first black Director of Public Prosecutions. Maya is happily married with three children, that is until some shocking truths emerge about her husband Nick, a former undercover officer. When she learns that Nick has been lying to her for years she delves deeper into his history. Meanwhile, Nick tries to keep his old identity a secret from his family and the public.

Country: United States

Type: scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: September 22, 2010

Also Known As: Agentes Secretos, アンダーカバー (テレビドラマ) |  See more »

Parents Guide: Germany (16), Netherlands (12)

Genres

Plot Keywords

cia
spy

Company Credits

Production Co: Bad Robot, Good Butter |  See more »

Cast

Victor Alfieri
as Claudio Vega
Tim Martin Gleason
as Jerry Knox
Jessica Parker Kennedy
as Lizzy
Christian Svensson
as Russian Security
Alen Toric
as Piano Player
Adrienne Rusk
as Witness
Jay Scully
as Lance
Alex Luria
as Young Shin Bet
Al Espinosa
as Tiago
Sonny Surowiec
as Slotsky
Seth Peterson
Jack Dimich
as Ivanov
Ji Han
as Dae Jung
Fred Ochs
as Dr. Freedman
Marisa Petroro
as Italian Translator
Kai Alexander
as Groom
David Chisum
Lindsay Lucas-Bartlett
as Theatre patron
Tony Noto
as Chechen Teenager #2
David Anders
as Matthew Hunt
Hugh B. Holub
as Dutch Physicist
Kim Swennen
as Event Planner
Kristof Konrad
as Borz
Dean Cudworth
as Agent with Case
Adrian Alvarado
as Agent/Analyst/Agent 1
Jul Kohler
as Jessica
Phillipe Simon
as Henri
Ondrej Habinak
as Henchman
Irene Choi
as May
Louie Leonardo
Anelia Dyoulgerova
as Voice over actor
Guy Nardulli
as Tony
Mariana Klaveno
as Ivarra
Daniel Kash
as Marine dude
Marcus Choi
as Head Guard
Kelly-Ann Tursi
as Dr. Janice Bartholomew
Samir Younis
as Surveillance Analyst
Lanny Joon
as French Translator
Adrian Quinonez
as Brad
Ciel Turich
as Witness
Max Greenfield
as Redman
Norman Lehnert
as Ivan
Stephen Oyoung
as N. Korean Soldier
Loren Lester
as Hans
Ian Lauer
as Israeli Swat
Philip Shahbaz
as Communications Officer
Kimberly Erinkitola
as Australian Tourist
Aly Mawji
as Clerk
Danton Dabar
as Dublin Man
Alex Fernandez
as Presidente Alberto Loya
Zack Duhame
as Chechen Teenager
Kimberly Forchetti
as Driver
Greg Joung Paik
as 2010
Oscar Torre
as Ernesto
Jonny Coyne
as Governor
Puja Mohindra
as Jennifer Anthony
Sahlima
as Sylvie
Greg Felden
as Nervous Aussie
Chad Everett
as Professor Joseph Shilling
Sean Maguire
as Clive
Josiah D. Lee
as Captain Nahm
Tehmina Sunny
as Dayita Nasir
Emma Fitzpatrick
as Hipster Chick
Simon Rhee
as Kwon
Lourdes Nadres
as Tourist
Ted Monte
as Agent Martinez
Sonny Kang
as Airport Guard
Henri Lubatti
as Goran Hincir
Thom Khoury Williams
as Big Russian
Teri Reeves
as Fiona Cullen
Jaimarie Bjorge
as Croatian Model/Natasha
Emanuele Secci
as Auctioneer
Nancy Wetzel
as Anna
Tom Choi
as Xu Chen
Jill Remez
as Press Woman
Treva Etienne
Mauricio Mendoza
as Dr. Bernatt
Harry Lennix
as Gary Bloom
Alex Nevil
as Scared Hostage
Roman Mitichyan
as Surbian
Alan Gray
as Russian Orthodox Priest
Boris Kodjoe
as Steven Bloom
David James Goulard
as Porter
Alfonso DiLuca
as Martine Redondo
Luis Jose Lopez
as Ricardo Martinez
Holly Harris
as Bar Patron
Mekia Cox
as Lizzy Gilliam/Lizzy
Gene Farber
as Henchman
Bonnie Burroughs
as Diane Cresswell
Cynthia Daddona
as Mediterranean Beauty Art Collector
Fernanda Andrade
as Pigtails
Channon Roe
as Larry
Noah James Butler
as Security Guard
Veronica Parks
as Croatian Casino Dealer
Lee Majors
Robert Stilwell
as Oil Company Board Member
Ilia Volok
as Russian Terrorist
Jon Rosen
as Israeli Businessman
Cris D'Annunzio
as Stoneface
Igor Korosec
as Alek
Arnold Chun
as Tech
Alan Dale
as James Kelvin
Enver Gjokaj
as Novak Hincir
Kim Kim
as North Korean Woman
Fidel Gomez
as Morgue Officer
Josue Aguirre
as Air Man
Ines Dali
as Eva-Maria
Said Faraj
as Lieutenant
Robert Huynh
Lisa O'Hare
as Marie Murphy
Brad Grunberg
as Charlie
Adam Rayner
as Tomas Hauptman
Sam Sako
as Pakistani business man
Salvador Benavides
as Scientist
Anthony Molinari
as Other Man
Tony Guma
as Band Leader
Sherry Perkov
as Croatian Casino Dealer
Necar Zadegan
as Zarina Yasi
Ivan Borodin
as Russian Bartender
Amanda Misquez
as President Loya's Daughter
Sarah Desage
as Elodie
Mo Darwiche
as Inspector
Bryan Friday
as Thug #1
Stephane Nicoli
as Berliner
Alan O'Neill
as Bartender
Charles Dougherty
as Older man
Jason Barry
as Sean Cullen
Ismael 'East' Carlo
as Zigor Ivarra
Kevin Kingston
as Marc Grace-Singer
Brendan Kelly
as Guard #1
Johnny Kostrey
as Casino Dealer Janko
Alex Nesic
as Marcel
Alex Schemmer
as Mathias
Katherine M. O'Connor
as Irish Prison Guard
Tyler Poelle
as Tim/Tim Bass
Pasha D. Lychnikoff
as Warner Kaminsky
Nancy Goodman Iland
as Chef in catering kitchen
Glenn Keogh
as Boss
Everest Ling
as North Korean Guard
Joey Naber
Thomas Garner
as American Businessman
Gerald McRaney
as Carlton Shaw
Jed Bernard
as Paramilitary
Greg Romero Wilson
as Serge
Nathan Reid
as Thug
Linda Hardy
as Carmine
Teni Panosian
as Asra
Roxana Ortega
as Nanny
Gugu Mbatha-Raw
as Samantha Bloom
Charles Rahi Chun
as Shin Won
Derik Van Derbeken
as Anders
Andrew Graves
as Harry
Carlos Arellano
as Thuggish Guy
Chris McKenna
as Col. Joseph Korman
Kamal Marayati
as Commander
Mark Rayner
as Russian
David Michael
as Airman
Reza Sixo Safai
as Business man
Dominic Flores
as Marcos
Waymond Lee
as North Korean Traveler
Stelio Savante
as Hollis Kruger
Zoran Radanovich
as Frederick
Shanelle Lenore
as Political supporter
Tiffany Mulheron
as Tessa
Tina Casciani
as Agent Anderson
Jessica Camacho
as Bank Representative
Mark Alexander Herz
as German Compound Guard
Travis Nelson
as Irish Thug
Amir Arison
as Israeli Officer
Justin Reed
as Bar Patron
David Kim
as North Korean Guard
Philippe Brenninkmeyer
as Karl
Morgan Hewitt
as Concierge/Sexy Concierge
Eve Mauro
as Woman
Alexander Leeb
as Panicked Patient
Gary Patent
as Guest
Cliff Simon
as The Buyer
Maris Croatto
as Mexican prostitute
Ivo Nandi
as Thug
Michael Peter Bolus
as Patel
Robert Lee Bell
as Russian Peasant
Akanni Ayo
as Cabana Boy
Ben Schwartz
as Bill Hoyt
Edita Brychta
as Londoner Wife
Carter MacIntyre
as Leo Nash
Machete Bang Bang
as Burlesque Dancer
Alex Parlar
as Ali Abdel-Hakim/Libyan Security Guard
Marcos De Silvas
as Ernesto's Business Partner
Ashley Watkins
as Burlesque Dancer
Dwight Turner
as Alex
Erin Whitmore
as Burlesque Dancer
George Ketsios
as Consieur
Peter Lavin
as Front desk clerk
Gokor Chivichyan
as Terrorist
Josh Wingate
as Pool Tough
Michael Reilly Burke
as Brian Murphy

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2010 | 13 Episodes

Media

All

Awards

Awards & Nominations

Image Awards (NAACP) 2011

Nominee

Image Awards (NAACP)

Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series

Nominee

Image Awards (NAACP)

Outstanding Directing in a Drama Series

Visual Effects Society Awards 2011

Nominee

Visual Effects Society Awards

Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects in a Broadcast Program

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