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January 18, 2022
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Utopia will follow a group of people who find themselves in possession of a manuscript of a cult graphic novel. The tome is rumoured to have predicted the worst disasters of the last century and the group soon find themselves targeted by a shadowy organisation known only as The Network.

Country: United Kingdom

Type: scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: January 15, 2013

Also Known As: Utopia (Britse televisieserie), Utopia (UK) |  See more »

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


Plot Keywords

based on graphic novel

Company Credits

Production Co: Kudos Film and Television


Trystan Gravelle
as Tom
Ian Porter
as Scientist
Sacha Dhawan
as Paul
Keith Farnan
as Man in Car
Morgan Walters
as Rail Guard
Will Attenborough
as Ben
Oliver Dimsdale
as Greg
Anna Madeley
as Anya
Stewart Scudamore
as Milton Wilson
Martin McDougall
as American Husband
Tom Burke
as Philip Carvel
Michael Yare
as Soldier in Corridor
Diane Morgan
as Tess
Sope Dirisu
as Roy
Lorna Gayle
as Midwife
Kevin Trainor
as Mr Omida
Bill Blackwood
as Butcher
Ben Bishop
as Corporal
Eleanor Matsuura
as Bev
Geraldine James
as Milner
Nathan Stewart-Jarrett
as Ian
David Crow
as Whiteboy
Mason Rooney
as Young Arby
Diana Hardcastle
as CIA Woman
Andrew Readman
as Lawyer
Kai Undrell
as Student
Vincenzo Ferrara
as Mino Pecorelli
Paapa Essiedu
as Roy
Danny Kirrane
as Clerk
Emilia Jones
as Alice
John Voce
as Man in Bath
Alan Williams
as The Tramp
Joshua James
as Teenager
Steven Robertson
as Terrence
Clive Wood
as Dr Isherwood
Alistair Petrie
as Geoff
Jay Simpson
as Detective Richmond
Hermione Gulliford
as Diane
Paul Bergquist
as Café Owner
Jennifer Hennessy
as Mum in Coach Station
Velile Tshabalala
as Shenley Nurse
Bruno Vespa
as Self
David Sibley
as Jack Tate
Isabelle Estelle Corbusier
as Kristina
Paul Higgins
as Dugdale
Mark Carter
as Old House Father
Nig Richards
as Mental Patient
Leemore Marrett Jr.
as Holding Facility Guard #1
Alan Bentley
as Scientist
Lloyd Hutchinson
as William Kaye
Mark Bagnall
as Well Dressed Drunk
Simon Farnaby
as Marcus
Colin Alltree
as Gambler
Craig Thomas Lambert
as Passer By/Police Officer
Gary Cargill
as Detective Leeman
James Fox
as Assistant
Brooklyn Baker
as Biohazard/Security
Allan Corduner
as Ross
Solomon Mousley
as Holding Facility Guard #2
Patricia Winker
as Guest at Politician's Ball
Candida Gubbins
as Ben's Mum
Micah Balfour
as Guard
Stephen Rea
as Letts
Ansu Kabia
as Security Guard
Corey Johnson
as Niall
Harley Rooney
as Young Arby
Mark Stobbart
as Bejan
David Quilter
as Danny Gorsand
Simon Blackhall
as Christos
Anca Androne
as Brosca
Paula Ann Williams
as Visitor
Richard Laing
as USNC Newsroom Staff
William Belchambers
as Christos
Bill Nash
as Fish Man
James Boyland
as Shaven Headed Man
Oliver Woollford
as Grant
Sarah Churm
as Grant's Mum
Pixie Davies
as Amanda
Steve Leighton
as MI6 Agent
Michael Maloney
as Donaldson
Nigel Black
as Carvel's Limo Driver
David Calder
as Dobri Gorski
Mitchell Mullen
as Monroe
Alex Lowe
as Ben's Dad
Ruth Gemmell
as Jen
Teresa Banham
as Alice's Mum
Alexandra Roach
as Becky
Michael Smiley
as Reynolds
Ian McDiarmid
as Anton
Dan Tetsell
as Head Teacher/Headteacher
Simon McBurney
as Donaldson
Gerard Monaco
as Joe
Aidan Rawnsley
as Fast Food Server
Emil Hostina
as Marius
Gavin Spokes
as Large Man
Damien Thomas
as Surgeon #1
Tim McInnerny
as Airey Neave
Julia Montgomery Brown
as American Wife
Aine Garvey
as Young Jessica
Juliet Cowan
as Bridget
Matthew Steer
as Adam
Michael Degnan
as Mental Patient
Sylvestra Le Touzel
as Leah
Ed Birch
as The Assistant
William Atkinson
as Senior Guard
Greg Wood
as Guard
Bruce Mackinnon
as Surgeon #2
Adeel Akhtar
as Wilson Wilson/Wilson
Paul Ready
as Lee
Rose Leslie
as Milner
Kevin Eldon
as Tony Bradley
Neil Maskell
as Arby
Fiona O'Shaughnessy
as Jessica Hyde
Pamela Ashton
as Lady Eating Sandwich in Café

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1
Season 2




Awards & NominationsSee more »

Biarritz International Festival of Audiovisual Programming 2013


Biarritz International Festival of Audiovisual Programming

TV Series and Serials

Royal Television Society, UK 2013


Royal Television Society, UK

Best Music, Original Score

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