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Storyline

`Urban Myths' is a series of original comedies based on stories that have been passed down over the years. Featuring an all-star cast including Iwan Rheon, Rupert Grint, Ben Chaplin, Katherine Parkinson and Aidan Gillen, these urban legends are represented in a playful and equivocal way. Without knowledge of the full story as it happened, imaginations have gone wild as famous folklore figures are recreated with bizarre narratives to follow. The first episode reveals the supposed events that occurred when Bob Dylan sought to find his friend Dave Stewart at his recording studio in London's Crouch End.

Country: United Kingdom

Type: scripted

Status: Returning

Language: English

Release Date: January 19, 2017

Also Known As: Mitos urbanos, Urban MythsVárosi legendák, Городские легенды |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

anthology
history
myth

Company Credits

Production Co: Sky Arts

Cast

Bill Paterson
as Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Saoirse-Monica Jackson
as Janet
Katherine Parkinson
as Ange
Harriet Cains
as Kathy Etchingham
Claire Vousden
as Elizabeth
Stuart Whelan
as Tourist with Mullet
Chris Rowe
as Cliff Richard
Laurie Kynaston
as Jim
Juliet Howland
as Magaret Asher
Vanessa Faye Stanley
as Female Reporter
Stevie Raine
as Trevor
David Ajala
as The Burglar
Eleanor Nawal
as Peggy
Nicola Reynolds
as Landlady
Jonas Armstrong
as Bob Geldof
Sheila Hancock
as Gala Dali
Kara Tointon
as Kitty Clive
Adrian Scarborough
as Chief Inspector Danders
Vincent Franklin
as Alexander
Mike Wozniak
as LeRoy Neiman
Osy Ikhile
as Joe
David Newman
as Franz Schultz
Tom Godwin
as Joseph Goupy
Craig Ferguson
as Agent
Mylo Roberts
as Henry Dickens
Tony Holness
as Club Goer
Rachel Bright
as Christine Whitehead
Shenoah Allen
as Grace's Agent
James Coward
as John Lennon
Fehinti Balogun
as Tony
David Suchet
as Salvador Dali
Joshua McGuire
as Jean-Paul Goude
Carrie Fisher
as Self
David Haig
as George Frideric Handel
David Boyle
as Journalist
Kieran Hodgson
as Malcolm McLaren
Sophie Rundle
as Princess Diana
Paul Putner
as Howard
Maggie Steed
as Lucianne Goldberg
Mark Addy
as Older Les
Caoimhe Judd
as Girl
Karolina Stefanska
as Prostitute
Maya Lopez
as Ruby
Clark Butler
as Sydney Dickens
Winter
as Barbra Streisand
Samuel Barnett
as Brian
David Mills
as Andy Warhol
Joe Sutherland
as Cinnamon
Karla Crome
as Sade
Lucian Msamati
as Herbert Muhammed
Tim Stern
as Auctioneer/Journalist
Gemma Arterton
as Marilyn Monroe
Kwaku Mills
as Simon
Paul Kaye
as Piano Man/Shep Gordon
Sonny Hyman
as Edward Dickens
Apphia Campbell
as Clara
Abdul Salis
as Flavor Flav
Simon Schatzberger
as Negotiator
Duncan Wisbey
as Talk Show Host
David Threlfall
as Samuel Beckett
Dougray Scott
as Arthur Miller
Marcia Warren
as Cary Grant's Mother
Madeleine Bowyer
as Marianne Roussimoff
Mark Heap
as Ken Burrows
Steve Oram
as Brian
Jonny Sweet
as Peter Le Blond
Leo Wringer
as Judge
Adrian Edmondson
as Leslie Conn
Derren Litten
as Norman
James Purefoy
as Billy Wilder
Jessica Gunning
as Border Officer
Henry Goodman
as Cary Grant's Father
Christopher Bloswick
as Vernissage Gentleman
Lauren Socha
as Amy
Romy Scarlet Bernstein
as Hilda
Ian Hart
as Hans Christian Andersen
Florence Hall
as Klara
Charley Magalit
as Clara
Tom Connor
as Paul McCartney
Kerry Shale
as Hotel Manager
Paul Blackwell
as Passerby/Road Worker
Pearl Mackie
as Kay
Aidan Gillen
as Timothy Leary
Debbie Chazen
as Beatrice Molinsky
Katherine Jack
as Anna
Richard Price
as Card Game Player (walk on)
Matthew Steer
as Mike Jefferey
Phil Cornwell
as Mick Jagger
Rupert Grint
as August Kubizek
Matthew Parker
as Andy's Assistant
Linal Haft
as Manny
Anna Maxwell Martin
as Agatha Christie
Noel Clarke
as Muhammed Ali
Steve Pemberton
as Bill Grundy/Jean-Paul Sartre
Jordan Scowen
as Ringo Starr
Alice Cooper
as Self
Margaret Clunie
as Marcie
Paul Ritter
as Dave
Rosie Cavaliero
as Dorothy L Sayers
Alex Beckett
as J-J
Selina Youngerman
as George's Girl
Jamie Campbell Bower
as Mick Jagger
Dominique Moore
as Journalist
Ed Gaughan
as Meyer Molinsky
Eddie Marsan
as Bob Dylan
Jessica D'Arcy
as Kate Dickens
Adam Brody
as Jack Lemmon
Rachel Sophia-Anthony
as Paramedic
Dustin Demri-Burns
as Francis Rossi/Josef
Tor Clark
as Angela
Myra Ford
as Beverly Sills
Carl Patrick
as Dave
Maisie Adam
as Siouxsie Sioux
Matthew Mulot
as Jason Holmes
Serge Pizzorno
as Limousine Steve
Karen Ascoe
as Mrs. Grundy
Felicity Montagu
as Paula Strasberg
Emily Lloyd-Saini
as Karen
Alex Midwood
as Walter Dickens
Jessica Barden
as Barbra Streisand
Tanya Franks
as Becca
Matt Whitchurch
as Glen Matlock
Bentley Kalu
as Henchman
Zephryn Taitte
as Anthony
Ben Chaplin
as Cary Grant
Samson Kayo
as Basil
Frank Skinner
as Johnny Cash
Adrian Grant
as Stage Hand
Pam Ferris
as Madame Gaudin
Steve Edge
as Barry
Stockard Channing
as Elizabeth Taylor
Joseph Fiennes
as Michael Jackson
Jack McBrayer
as Andy Warhol
Rufus Jones
as Elton John
Danny John-Jules
as Don King
Anna-Kate Golding
as Wendy
Mollie Lambert
as Young Fan
Kerry Howard
as Marsha Hunt
Jaada Lawrence Green
as Cheerleader
Boo Miller
as Fan Girl
Bob Cryer
as Barman/Jerome
Chase Brown
as Young Fan
Tom Hodgkins
as Director
Rich Hall
as Jimmy Gould
Anthony Atamanuik
as Donald Trump
Daniel Crowder
as Police Officer
David Walliams
as Monty
Sidney Kerr
as Martin
Rosie Day
as Jane Asher
Cavan Clerkin
as Taxi Driver
Frankie Fox
as John Lydon
Ashleigh Lai
as Cynthia
Martin Compston
as Midge Ure
Victoria Hamilton
as Alexis/Joan Collins
Simon Gordon
as George Harrison
Calvin Demba
as Basquiat
David Bamber
as Drunk
Vinta Morgan
as Loan Shark
Lily Frazer
as Today Programme Makeup Artist
Will Rivera
as Paul Cook
Caleb Johnston-Miller
as Young Boy
Stephen Mangan
as Charles Dickens
Michael Brandon
as Robert Callagy
Noel Fielding
as Alice Cooper
Joe Wackett
as Steve Severin
Kirk Lake
as Journalist Bob
Djinda Kane
as Emerald
Emily Atack
as Debbie Harry
Philip Glenister
as Kev Wells
Mark Bonnar
as Billy
Luke Treadaway
as David Jones
Sophie Kennedy Clark
as Madonna
Vincent Londez
as Boris Roussimoff
Sam Fenton
as Francis Dickens
David Ellis
as Policeman
Guillermo Bedward
as Alfred Dickens
Con O'Neill
as Tony
Katherine Ryan
as Joan Rivers
Celeste Dodwell
as Nancy Neele
Kathryn Bond
as Policewoman
Kayvan Novak
as Freddie Mercury
Hugh Coles
as PC Horley
Vincenzo Nicoli
as Alberto Vitale
Mathew Baynton
as Kenny Everett
Joe Gallina
as Gregg
Isy Suttie
as Jean Sexton
Laurence Howarth
as Today Programme Studio Director - Tony Bulley
Charlie Wernham
as Steve Jones
Iwan Rheon
as Adolf Hitler
Gloria Onitiri
as Grace Jones
James Fleet
as The Professor
Brian Herring
as Waldo the Ostrich
Brian Cox
as Marlon Brando
Alice McMillan
as Lotte
Ishbel Cumming
as Mary Dickens
Daniel Mays
as Mike Housego
Zach Wyatt
as Jimi Hendrix
Seb Cardinal
as Ric Parfitt
Irfan Shamji
as Clapperboard Guy
Liam Macdonald
as Andre Roussimoff
Robbie Coltrane
as Orson Welles
Alex Cowgill
as Charley Dickens
Alex Pettyfer
as Tony Curtis
John McHale
as Film Crew Guy
Paterson Joseph
as Chuck D
Monica Dolan
as Catherine Dickens
David Avery
as Freddie Mercury
Natasia Demetriou
as Agnieszka
Hugh Dennis
as Richard Asher
Toby Williams
as Mike
Kelly Macdonald
as Princess Margaret
John Bradley
as Young Les
Wong Charlie
as Granddad
Richard Gadd
as Gareth
Sean Biggerstaff
as Billy
Sean Foley
as Stagehand
Sophia La Porta
as Chrissie
Keith Hide
as PC Alan Brown
Lisa Wright
as Bad Guitarist
Jack Whitehall
as Mark Feld
Haydn Gwynne
as Joni Evans
Robert James-Collier
as Colonel Archie Christie
Nick Mohammed
as Horace Lambardi
Rupert Cross
as Pianist
Ivan Gonzalez
as William

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2017 | 6 Episodes

Season 2

2018 | 8 Episodes

Season 3

2019 | 7 Episodes

Season 4

2020 | 4 Episodes

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Awards

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International Emmy Awards 2018

Nominee

International Emmy Awards

Drama Series

Nominee

International Emmy Awards

Drama Series

Writers' Guild of Great Britain 2018

Nominee

Writers' Guild of Great Britain

Best Short Form TV Drama

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