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January 17, 2022
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Upstairs Downstairs’s
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About this title


In 1936, Sir Hallam Holland (Ed Stoppard) and his pretty young wife Lady Agnes (Keeley Hawes) return from a diplomatic posting abroad and take up residence at 165 Eaton Place, formerly the home of the Bellamy family but vacant for several years. By chance, they ask Rose Buck (Jean Marsh), a long-time servant in the Bellamy household, to find them a suitable staff. In the end, Rose joins them as the housekeeper. The 1930s are a difficult time in England. The Depression has taken its toll with high levels of unemployment. Fascism, which has become popular on the continent in Italy and Germany, is also finding followers in the U.K. with Oswald Mosely's British Union of Fascists. As the new staff begin their daily work, the downstairs family begins to take shape.

Official Sites: Official Facebook, Official Wikipedia

Country: United Kingdom

Type: scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: December 26, 2010

Also Known As: Maîtres et valets, Rückkehr ins Haus am Eaton Place |  See more »

Parents Guide: France (Tous publics), Germany (12) |  See more »


Plot Keywords

upstairs downstairs
racial issues
class differences

Company Credits

Production Co: BBC Cymru Wales, Masterpiece


Rachel Gurney
Charlie Carter
as The Drunk
Joseph Howse
as Cyril Soaper
Christopher Beeny
Pauline Collins
Brid Brennan
as Miss Poulson
Sy Turner
as Man at Registry Office/Party Guest
Emily Bowker
as Nurse
Simon Blood DeVay
as SS Officer
Claire Foy
as Lady Persephone Towyn/Lady Persie
Jason Jones
as Army Medic
Jenny Tomasin
Jack Bannell
as Franklin
Sarah Gordy
as Pamela Holland
Jemma Churchill
as Nanny Lyons
Helen Bradbury
as Rachel Perlmutter
Nicolas Chagrin
as The Rt Hon. Neville Chamberlain
David Phelan
as Registrar
Scott Haran
as Teddy Skinner
Eileen Atkins
as Maud, Lady Holland
Lucy Cohu
as Mrs. Fuller/Mrs. Sylvia Fuller
Joan Benham
Blake Ritson
as The Duke of Kent
Myrtill Nádasi
as Miss Glinka
David Langton
Hannah Gordon
Sam Pomphrey
as Micky Flanagan
Neal Barry
as Arthur Wilson
Caroline O'Neill
as Mrs. Proude
Kenneth Cranham
as Sergeant Ashworth
Edward Baker-Duly
as Ribbentrop
Emma Clifford
as Mrs. Simpson
Nason Crone
as New Opponent
Robbie Jarvis
as Jack Kennedy
Ami Metcalf
as Eunice McCabe
Emilia Fox
as Lady Portia Alresford
Sarah Lancashire
as Miss Whisset
Alex Kingston
as Dr. Blanche Mottershead
Ross Gurney-Randall
as Boxing Referee
Peter Stark
as Friedrich Erlichman
Ed Stoppard
as Sir Hallam Holland
Adrian Scarborough
as Mr. Warwick Pritchard/Mr. Pritchard
Steven Elder
as Hadleigh
Jimmy Johnston
as Singer on Pier
Selina Cadell
as Lady Malcolm
William Hope
as Ambassador Kennedy
Anthony Calf
as Anthony Eden
Daniel Percival
as Lord Coleman
Laurence Kennedy
as Tea Shop Manager
Timo Willman
as Hitler Youth
Art Malik
as Mr. Amanjit Singh/Mr. Amanjit
Niamh McGrady
as Enid Soaper
Jean Marsh
as Mrs. Rose Buck
Nicola Pagett
Sarah Crowden
as Instructress
Simon Williams
Alexia James
as Lotte Perlmutter
Gordon Jackson
Michael Landes
as Casper Landry/Caspar Landry
Hermione Gulliford
as Lavinia Godfrey
Gareth Hunt
Patsy Smart
Tom Bennett
as Tommy Soaper
Laura Haddock
as Beryl Ballard
Anne Reid
as Mrs. Clarice Thackeray
Andy Evason
as British Diplomat
Lesley-Anne Down
Ken Bones
as Lord Halifax
Simon Wright
as Earl Stanhope
Ellie Kendrick
as Ivy Morris
Natalie Danks-Smith
as Duchess of Kent
Keeley Hawes
as Lady Agnes Holland
Leigh Alliss
as Boxing Referee
Raymond Huntley
Christopher Harper
as Cecil Beaton
James Staddon
as Armed Forces Doctor
Miles Richardson
as David Silverman
Nancy Crane
as Mrs. Rose Kennedy
Nico Mirallegro
as Johnny Proude
Meg Wynn Owen
Ian Barritt
as Dr. Gascoigne/Dr. Gascoine
Buffy Davis
as Female Immigration Clerk
Sadie Shimmin
as Matron
Angela Baddeley
Alec Sleigh
as Fascist Supporter
Neil Jackson
as Harry Spargo
Richard Teverson
as Esmond Harmsworth
Jacqueline Tong

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2011 | 3 Episodes

Season 2

2012 | 6 Episodes




Awards & NominationsSee more »

Gold Derby Awards 2011


Gold Derby Awards

TV Movie/Mini Lead Actress

Online Film & Television Association 2011


Online Film & Television Association

Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture or Miniseries


Online Film & Television Association

Best Music in a Non-Series


Online Film & Television Association

Best Production Design in a Non-Series


Online Film & Television Association

Best Costume Design in a Non-Series

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