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About this title

Storyline

The central character is Detective Chief Inspector Vera Stanhope. Who is obsessive about her work and driven by her own demons. If she's lonely she doesn't show it and faces the world with caustic wit, guile and courage. Her trusted and long suffering colleague is Sergeant Joe Ashworth. Together they approach every new case with unparalleled gusto and professionalism.

Official Sites: Official IMDb, Official Wikipedia

Country: United Kingdom

Type: Scripted

Status: Returning Series

Language: English

Release Date: May 1, 2011

Also Known As: Les enquêtes de Vera, Vera Stanhope tutkii |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

northern england
england
kidnapping
murder

Company Credits

Production Co: ITV Studios

Cast

Robert Pugh
as Eddie Thurston
Michael Hodgson
as Thomas Kenworthy
Aaron Hastings
as Shady Teenager
Anna Wilson-Jones
as Orla Cossdale
Gerard Mcdermott
as Frank Payne
Navinder Bhatti
as Nazeem
Roland Oliver
as Edwin Short
Skyla Pearce
as May Waugh
Seeta Indrani
as Sandra Madani
Emily Woof
as Janice Ronson
Ralph Ineson
as Ross Strachan
Adam Long
as Kyle
Shalini Peiris
as Marina Dinuk
John Wolfe
as Ian Cartwright
Assad Zaman
as Lee Nadella
Niall Greig Fulton
as Logan Tilley
David Birrell
as Danny Gillespie
Faith Alabi
as Melanie Kirk
Caroline O'Neill
as Kathy Bennions
Kerry Fox
as Patricia Carmichael
Greg Kolpakchi
as Goran Vlasic
Ayoola Smart
as Lucy Curran
Shiraz Haq
as Reza Akhtar
Cush Jumbo
as DC Bethany Whelan
Carolyn Pickles
as Rita Fenton
Liam Cunningham
as Sam Harper
Natasha Atherton
as Danielle
Jay Finlayson
as Drug Junkie/Gig Attendee/Volunteer Ranger
Paul Searle
as Workman
James Nelson-Joyce
as Jason McNeive
Jonjo O'Neill
as Gary Tovey
Lucy Black
as Judy Mann
Michael Imerson
as Raymond Bourne
Jack Bandeira
as Adam Jannen
Sharene Paller
as Office Worker
Stephen Hawksby
as Big Tel
Gary Abraham
as Police Soco/Passenger Male
Sam Troughton
as Noel
Samantha Phyllis Morris
as Gemma
Emma Lowndes
as Renagh Salter
James Atherton
as Kieran Webb
Finn Atkins
as Jodie
Rita Davies
as Sister Benedict
Jackie Lye
as Janet
Natalie Klamar
as Meryl Fairchild
Joan Murphy
as Therese
Philip McGinley
as Gareth Hennings
Jennifer Hennessy
as Deirdre Reeves
Christopher Villiers
as Noel Underwood
Nisa Cole
as Mia Haleford
Oliver Wellington
as Jack Marshbrook
Paul Higgins
as Clive Stringer
Craig Conway
as Davy Sharp
Nicholas Gleaves
as Tim Hopkins
James Tumilty Leadbitter
as University Student
Chelsea Edge
as Kayleigh Mincham
Gabriel Brown
as Student
William Ash
as Linus Campion
Richard Stacey
as Grant Bellowes
Caroline Head
as Faye
Saskia Reeves
as Laura Marsden
Tony Neilson
as Barman
Sarah Preston
as Jeannie Long
Brenda Blethyn
as DCI Vera Stanhope
Riley Jones
as DC Mark Edwards/PC Edwards
Ben Aldridge
as Alex & Ollie Barton
Shannon Hayes
as Erin Michaels
Samantha Neale
as Lily Marsh
Emily Stott
as Georgia Hay
Ursula Holden Gill
as Jayne-Anne
Emily Taaffe
as Janna Jeffries
Sophie Stuckey
as Eva Harper
Kieron Bimpson
as Owen Tomlinson
Mark Anthony Bolton
as Deceased On Mortuary Table/Deceased on Mortuary Table/Funeral Director/Illegal Immigrant
Simon Chandler
as Keith Barton
Gareth Farr
as DC Barry Kelman
Matt Owens
as Firefighter
Amy Cudden
as Grace Bishop
Michael Begley
as Jason Hay
Elizabeth Chan
as Mel
Martha Cope
as Steph Bayliss
Sam Chapman
as Declan Price
Lindsey Maughan
as Scene of Crime Officer
Philip Harrison
as Photographer
Simon Trinder
as Nathan Whitelock
James Rastall
as Simon
Martin Scott
as CID/Kapoors Assistant
Ajay Chhabra
as Nasir Ali
Rakie Ayola
as Amber Haleford
Jonathan Spencer
as Freddie Gill
Noof Ousellam
as DC Hicham Cherradi
Gauri Vedhara
as Attendant
Lucy Russell
as Susan Wakeland
Nikki Marshall
as PC/Prison Guard
Oliver Edgar
as Isaac Culvert
Ike Bennett
as Owen Reynolds
Abigail Johnston
as Alice
Alan Billingham
as Customer at Market/Dinner Party Guest/Funeral Guest/Mourner
Matthew Wait
as Jerry Clunes
Matthew Wilson
as Ryan Campbell
Philip Martin Brown
as Stan Convile
Lynne Verrall
as Charlotte Warrick
Chanel Cresswell
as Charlie
Jay Mullen
as DI Casey
Julie Nicholson
as Buisness Woman
Joe Blakemore
as Peter Haden
Simon Banks
as Cafe Owner
David Calder
as Frank McAffee
Karen Traynor
as Mrs. Lansard
Paul Jesson
as Dale Acreman
Vicky Hall
as Sonia Brock
Steven Elder
as Steve Devonshire
Jo Hartley
as Grace
Rita Tushingham
as Audrey Latham
Wunmi Mosaku
as DC Holly Lawson
Cassie Atkinson
as Tina Robson
Chantelle Alle
as Waitress
Laura Elphinstone
as Carolyn
Lee Ross
as Frank O'Brien
Chris Beattie
as Forensic Officer/Police
Juliet Aubrey
as Felicity Calvert
Marian McLoughlin
as Tina Tripp
Shireen Farkhoy
as Megan
Steve Lorrigan
as Alun Wilmott
Charles De'Ath
as Tony Hinshaw
Jon Regan
as Witness 2
Stephen Mason
as Party Guest/Police Officer
Asan N'Jie
as Simon Whenchurch
Vineeta Rishi
as Nita Dajani
Billy McColl
as Meadows
Mairead McKinley
as Rene O'Brien
Kieran O'Brien
as Bobby Salter
Matt Cross
as Nathaniel 'Nat' Halpin
Mia Wyles
as Jessie Ashworth/Jessie
Connie Walker
as Bailiff
Viraj Juneja
as Saddiq Ali
John McArdle
as Marty
Wil Johnson
as Gary Whenchurch
Linda Hargreaves
as Pamela
Philip Kay
as Fisherman
Adam Turns
as Luke Sumner
Barry McGee
as Staff Sgt 'Dev' Deverson
Blaise Simmons-Johnson
as Carrie Telling
Daniel Ings
as Simon
Renu Setna
as Amnit Singh
Daniel Ryan
as Alec Sidden
Angela Curran
as Verger
Elizabeth Bennett
as Patricia Anwell
Greg Patmore
as Terry
Paul Ritter
as Billy Cartwright
Jacqueline Phillips
as Jane Robinson
Liza Sadovy
as Wilma Howland
Martin Savage
as Chris Harwen
Michael Feast
as Leonard Sidden
Sonia Kaur
as Rupinder Pabari
Michael Shaeffer
as Ian Holland
John Lynch
as Edmund Fulwell
Kerrie Hayes
as Alice Wyatt
Gordon Kennedy
as Eddie
Jill Dellow
as News Reader
Tilly Vosburgh
as Dee Sinton
Richard Riddell
as Robert Doran
Shereen Martin
as DI Sunetra Chandra
Patrick Robinson
as Royce Hobson
David Partridge
as Iain Beecher
Zita Sattar
as Laura Harper
Leon Stewart
as Scott Keane
Ian Cairns
as Tim's Solicitor
Christopher Fairbank
as Robert Naresby
Tim Woodward
as Brian Delaney
Syreeta Kumar
as Asha Dabra
Kaya Moore
as Hamed Ladd
Rachael Chisholm
as Pharmacist
Jessica Barden
as Stella Macken
Eleanor Goff
as Izzy
Poppy Tomlinson
as Denice Strachan
Rob Jarvis
as Mick Mckittrick
Tanya Franks
as Lorraine Hallam
Alexandra Mardell
as Kelly Horton
Wayne Foskett
as Jim Viner
Neil Armstrong
as Gary Wright
Pip Chamberlin
as Neighbour
Alistair Findlay
as Brian
Andy McAdam
as CID
Steve Evets
as PC George Wooten
Faye Ormston
as Hen Party Girl/Kelman's Ex Girlfriend/Nurse
Alexander Cobb
as David Walken
Daniel Weyman
as Jim Briscoe
Billy Kirkwood
as Comedian
Danny Horn
as Ben Marsh
Mark Womack
as Billy Reeves
Frieda Thiel
as Roxy
Melanie Tate
as Fairgoer
Cal MacAninch
as Thomas Walken
Dempsey Bovell
as Jojo Walters
Nasser Memarzia
as Arjun Banerjee
Jade Knox-Griffiths
as Meg
Darragh Horgan
as Gideon Frane
Aden Gillett
as Harry Benton
Philip Correia
as Ben Craven
Andrew Tennant
as Dr. Tim Lawson
Daniel Rose
as Chris Winter
Nathan Horrocks
as Dennis Bayliss
Bernard Sparkes
as Mourner/Party Guest/Pedestrian/Solicitor
Tori Du Pree
as Hen Party Girl/Nosey Neighbour
Naomi Bentley
as Laura Deverson
Brian Lonsdale
as Lee Tripp
Nigel Betts
as Brian Bennick
Ronald Pickup
as Mr. Kipford
William Rush
as Ryan Darrow
Anna Francolini
as Bella Colley
Maxine Finch
as Doctor
Dorian Lough
as Malcolm Raggert
Robert Lonsdale
as Joe Connell
Shivaani Ghai
as Lisa Varsey
Jim Sturgeon
as Robert Pryor
Steve Wraith
as Big Pete
Hannah Britland
as Hannah
Ron Donachie
as Jesse Hennings
Barry Aird
as Darren Tripp
Emma Rydal
as Mattie
Laura Norton
as Margaret Wilde
Nicky Jean Wilson
as Bar Patron
Patrick Durham
as Hospital Patient
Sean Cernow
as Paul Eastman
Hugh Simon
as Robin Creavey
Gary Cargill
as Lester
Elizabeth Carling
as Bev MacDonald
Jodie McNee
as Natalie Webb
Amira Ghazalla
as Ava Caswell
Vicky Connett
as Restaurant Manager
Delena Kidd
as Eleanor Marshburn
Jason Done
as Philip
Sudha Bhuchar
as Aisha Sharma
Iain Andrew
as Frank
Mark Hawkins
as Leon Wilson
Luke Edgar
as Ruben Culvert
Flo Wilson
as Social Worker
James Hedley
as Policeman
Florence Bell
as Simone
Charlie Richmond
as Witness 1
John Light
as Andrew Franks
Mark Burns
as Illegal Immigrant/Junkie
Esther Hall
as Gayle
Jon Morrison
as DC Kenny Lockhart
Rizwan Gul Khan
as Bin Man/Passerby
Lorcan Cranitch
as Roy Brewer
Angela Wynter
as Justine Brace
Clare Kerrigan
as Gemma Makins
Hugo Speer
as Keith Mantel
Velibor Topic
as Milosh Beqiri
Sonya Cassidy
as Celine Ashworth
Robert Blythe
as Bob Tate
Antony Byrne
as Craig
Mark Bonnar
as Danny Pryor
Cameron Prudames
as DCI
Jennifer Saayeng
as Katy Farr
Marjorie Yates
as Val Wilcox
John Harding
as Dr. Julian Moore
Vinette Robinson
as Corinne Franks
Ford Prefect
as Family Guest
Levi Heaton
as Hannah Ferris
Rob Jarman
as David Kenworthy
Sandra James-Young
as Mel
Robert Morgan
as Donald Colley
Paul Clayton
as Hotel Manager
Bogdan Kominowski
as Walter Kraszewski
John Sumner
as Harry Fenton
Ian van Temperley
as John Shearwood
David Leon
as DS Joe Ashworth
Billy Howle
as Billy Shearwood
Yusra Warsama
as Zahra Suleiman
Kieran Urquhart
as Liam Dwyer
Stuart Graham
as Alan Marston
Joanne Henry
as Alison Mackie
Elizabeth Edmonds
as Mary Winter
Alex Childs
as Kirsty Hopkins
Ella-Grace Gregoire
as Jess Wilmott
Patrick O'Kane
as Terry Manttan
Ian Puleston-Davies
as Sean Dewley
Bev Fox
as Solicitor 1
Amy Cameron
as Karen Marsden
Paul Hamilton
as Bar manasger
Jemima West
as Laura Halcombe
Emily Joyce
as Caroline Andersen
Kris Taylor
as Lawyer/Party Guest/Solicitor/Uniform Police Officer/Young John Brace
Mark Phillips
as Hiker/Paramedic
Chloe Jayne Wilkinson
as Mandy
Rebecca Benson
as Ruthie Culvert
Ben Batt
as Tony Everitt
Florian Ghimpu
as Janisz Hiszpanski
Clara Indrani
as Zoe Merrin
Laura Medforth
as Alison Glenn
Natalie Ann Jamieson
as Karen
Suzanne Packer
as Sophia Ashbrook
Stuart Laing
as Rob Bayliss
Mawaan Rizwan
as Jamil
Amy Marston
as Glenda Jannen
Joplin Sibtain
as Naz Ahmed
Daniel Ezra
as Cameron Thorne
Allyson Ava-Brown
as Gaynor Wyer
Rachel Slattery
as Alex Gartside
Adelle Leonce
as Yasmin
Amber Britton-Dyer
as Abby Mantel
Ace Bhatti
as Stuart Mayfield
Natalie Gumede
as Megan Sibisi
Alan Chan
as International Stowaway #1
Robert Glenister
as Owen Preece
Claire Rafferty
as Ellie Connock
Grace Hogg-Robinson
as Zara Swann
Dean Bone
as Fairground Worker
Kemi-Bo Jacobs
as Claire Tovey
Martin McCann
as Jack Madden
Kingsley Ben-Adir
as Dr. Marcus Summer
Michael Cronin
as Grandad
Neil Eddy
as Party Guest & Brewery Worker/Passer by/Visitor
Raquel Cassidy
as Gloria Edwards
Rose Leslie
as Lena Holgate
Ben Mars
as Solicitor 2
Kate Dickie
as Nell Hinkin
Chris Gordon
as Rory Marston
Lu Corfield
as Jo Travers
Kojo Attah
as Lock Forward
Maibritt Saerens
as Stella Shearwood
Malcolm Freeman
as Hostel Manager
Robert James-Collier
as Richard
Alex Ferns
as Michael Quinn
Leah Walker
as Jasmine Asher
Patsy Lowe
as Daisy
Ken Richardson
as Stuart
Harriet Cains
as Lizzie
Daniela Nardini
as Anne Preece
Clare Wille
as Rona
Paul Copley
as Malcolm Kenrich
Dorothy Atkinson
as Shirley Hewarth
Karen Bryson
as Louise Wilmott
Niall Costigan
as Anthony
Jack McBride
as Dougie Furness
Rosie Stancliffe
as Lucy
Linda E Greenwood
as Parent
Ibinabo Jack
as DC Jacqueline 'Jac' Williams/DC Jacqueline Williams
Reece Andrews
as Dan Marsden
Alex Elliott
as Warden
Matthew Wynn
as Raymond Kayle
Daragh O'Malley
as DCI John Warrick
Kevin Harvey
as Clive Brock
John Duttine
as Lt. Colonel Chapell
Melissa Jane Sinden
as Eileen
Elizabeth Rider
as Eileen Hennings
Robert Luckay
as Blazej Bobienski
Amy Herdman
as Neighbour
Georg Nikoloff
as Skipper
Ciaran Griffiths
as Steve Stonnall
Lisa Kay
as Clara Peyton
Tim Dantay
as Mark Donovan
Phoebe Thomas
as Nicky
Matilda Ziegler
as Mary Culvert
John Woodvine
as Alan Kenworthy
Eve Murray
as Surfer
Barbara Marten
as Diane Barton
Sally Scott
as Deena
Agata Jarosz
as Cleaning Lady
Heather Walker
as Natalie's Mum
Steven Hillman
as Derek Stoddart
Laura Jane Matthewson
as Kirsty
John Draycott
as Tailor
Phil Corbitt
as Taxi Driver
Julia Ford
as Morven
Angela Bruce
as Beryl Doyle
Maria Douglas
as Funeral/wake mourner
Christine Bottomley
as Lisa Strachan
Caitlin Drabble
as Ashleigh Beck
Alan Williams
as Michael Long
Richard Dillane
as Will Peyton
David Rubin
as Jamie Dwyer
Kenneth Colley
as Ronald Devreux
Susie Trayling
as Barbara Waugh
Janine Leigh
as Pat Ross
Joe Renton
as Danny Hale
Karl Collins
as Ciaran Duggan
Jessica Baglow
as Ronnie Bennions
Trudi Jackson
as Matron
John Rowe
as Percy Monkford
Douglas Russell
as Adam Gascoigne
Nicholas Lumley
as Derek
Clare Calbraith
as Shep/Captain Shepherd/DC Rebecca Shepherd
Judi Earl
as Theresa
Stephanie Carey
as Jenny
Dean Andrews
as Jonah Regan
Gary Kitching
as Chip Shop Owner
George Costigan
as Bill Telling
Bradley Banton
as PC Josh Siggins
Jim Kitson
as Charlie
Dean Fagan
as Dave Miller
Danny Rahim
as Nadim
Shaun Mason
as Vinnie Tidwell
Naomi Ackie
as Louise Everitt
Adnan Sarwar
as Sergeant
Adrian Irvine
as Adil Dohni
Sarah Lewis Obuba
as Young Woman
Jacqueline Boatswain
as Sarah Ashers
Paida Mutonono
as Consultant
Harki Bhambra
as Vinay Deol
Jack Berry
as Builder/Gambler/Hospital Worker
Josh Barrow
as Riley Gill
Eva Quinn
as Lizzie Faulkner
Mia McKenna-Bruce
as Maya Draper
Montae Martin
as Ahmanuel
Patrick Baladi
as Ross Varsey
Jay Saighal
as Agrah Ali
Gina McKee
as Julie Armstrong
Christine Kavanagh
as Karen Kenworthy
Martin Walsh
as Joe Barry
Andrew Havill
as Gareth Anderson
Kristy Philipps
as Tanya Beltran
Lorraine Bruce
as Carmel Sumner
Alan Westaway
as John Warnock
Fiona Wass
as Simone
Andrew Thompson
as Officer 1
Sharon Percy
as Gill Crowley
Mark Stobbart
as Jay Connock
Mark Spayne
as Crime Scene Officer/Scene of Crime Officer
Vincent Regan
as Michael Glenn
Daniel Laurie
as Adam Beecher
Amy Louise Foley
as Police Officer
Ian Reddington
as Glen Polson
Harriet Ghost
as Beverley
Kelly Gough
as Nicole
Mark Addy
as Tony Briggs
Souad Faress
as Eve Jamshidi
Olivia Armstrong
as Jessie Ashworth
Charity Bedu-Addo
as Paramedic
Ben Robinson
as Caden Lennon
David Wilmot
as Mal Hinkin
Harriet Hunter-Purvis
as Emily
Martin Marquez
as Michael Tennant
Mica Ricketts
as Liza Conney
Kelly Scott
as Kaye
Daniel Lapaine
as Michael Morgan
Charlotte Hope
as Saskia Barnes
Bill Fellows
as Alec
Russ Bain
as Nial
Deka Walmsley
as Gary Mincham
Louis Healy
as Tyler Lennon
Derek Hutchinson
as Jeb Branning
Charlotte Pyke
as Jade Gill
Paul Kaye
as Dr Malcolm Donahue/Dr. Malcolm Donahue/Malcolm Donahue
Daniel Flynn
as Godfrey Waugh
Doroteja Kolar
as Nurse Abaigael Snape
Nathaniel Davis
as Charlie
Ian Burfield
as Iain Hobswain
Lyndsay Fielding
as Jackie
Alex Reid
as Karen Pryor
Amer Nazir
as Adash
Jonny Lavelle
as Alan White
Teresa Banham
as Lorna Underwood
Lauren Waine
as Molly Glenn
Sarah Naughton
as Diane
Thomas Dylan
as Ryan Derring
Lawrence Neale
as Rob
Alex Price
as Lance Corporal 'Budgie' O'Connor
Avin Shah
as Manit Desai
Katherine Rose Morley
as Claire Viner
Nina Sosanya
as Chief Superintendent Rachel Waite
Maxie Peters
as Security Officer
Gabrielle Ross
as Laura Armstrong
Edward Kingham
as Peter Lyle
James Anthony Pearson
as Reece McMurray
Lisa Hammond
as Helen Milton
Katie Foster-Barnes
as Emma Bennett
Enoch Frost
as Father Paul
Jalaal Hartley
as Sean Forrest
Michael McKell
as Michael Claythorpe
Charlie Heaton
as Riley
Liam Ainsworth
as Rich
Christine Entwisle
as Julia Walken
Moey Hassan
as Malachi
Philip Arditti
as John Greenhill
Jane Relph
as B & B Owner
Sonita Henry
as Sadie
Joe Dixon
as George Haleford
Kaye Wragg
as Connie
Christopher Colquhoun
as Dr. Anthony Carmichael
Pat Dunn
as Irene
Evan Atherton
as Boy
Paul Fitzpatrick
as Bailiff/Mourner/Prison Officer Hal Holland/Stevadore
Eloise Knowles
as Ciara
Adrian Lukis
as Graham Caswell
Kathleen Cranham
as Patty
Victoria Inez Hardy
as Amy
Jamie Gray
as Drug Junkie
Hayley Corney
as Party Guest
Cayvan Coates
as Noel Chandler
Keith Newby
as Owen Thorpe
Rob Kirtley
as Police Search Advisor/Baliff
Leah Brotherhead
as Maisie Jones
Sean Gilder
as Bobby
Louis Emerick
as Jack Kassin
Ross Waiton
as Priest
Sean Campion
as Guthrie
Joe Fitzpatrick
as Toby Pryor
Tom Hutch
as DC John Warren
Cosmo Jarvis
as Woody
Sam Jarvis
as Adam Wilde
Chris Iddon
as Simon Beck
Elizabeth Berrington
as Paula
Joe MacCabe
as Duty PC
Brad Hopper
as Brad's Stag/Hospital Nurse/Partygoer/Thief/Train Passenger
Fraser Wall
as Jamie Marshall
Ewen Cummins
as Groundskeeper
Helen Coverdale
as Party Planner/Police Woman
Jane Holman
as Bella Furness
Ged Purvis
as Duggan guard/Large Prison Guard
Tamla Kari
as Hayley Fenton
Annmarie Hosell
as Receptionist
Ben Crompton
as Jason Glenn
Katherine Pearce
as Charlene
Anthony Barclay
as Professor Alan Randle
Louis Dobson
as Jason Hinkin
Lawrence Walker
as Michael Cummings
Katie Brayben
as Sally
Tachia Newall
as Ben
Jamie Michie
as Gary Webb
Joshua Idowu
as Kyle Horton
Jack Ellis
as Brian Hallam
Johnny Massahi
as Lost Boy
Ewan Stewart
as Michael Hogarth
Clare Higgins
as Elaine Sidden
Kevin Trainor
as Kit O'Dowd
Maria Jaci
as Nadya Dinev
Cheryl Marie Dixon
as Lucia Webb
Charles Ramsay
as Niall
Jean Southern
as Kitty Neilson
Iola Evans
as Phoebe Dwyer
Dave Hill
as Larry Crowe
Mark Asante
as John Hammond
Natasha Cottriall
as Amelia Garwood
Rod Arthur
as Jackie Nolan
Hebe Beardsall
as Jennifer Marston
Viktoria Kay
as Christine Murray
Steven Hartley
as Sgt Stuart Macken
Colin Tierney
as Luke Shearwood
Rod Glenn
as Police Officer
Philip Hill-Pearson
as Lee Stonnall
Jodie Comer
as Izzy Rawlins
Andrew Readman
as Jim Paisley
Katherine Monaghan
as WPC Collette Hughes
Bill Petford
as SOCO
Katy Carmichael
as Gayle Beecher
Amaka Okafor
as Laura Whitelock
Penny Downie
as Veronica
Georgia Maguire
as Vicki Hogarth
Alice Sykes
as Sorcha Carmichael
Wendy Patterson
as Valerie
Carl Dobson
as Business Man/Office Worker
Faye Marsay
as Christine
Felix Mackenzie-Barrow
as Liam
Melanie Kilburn
as Susan Monkford
Julie Graham
as Marianne Gower
Patrick Toomey
as Samuel Parr
Steven Robertson
as Tom Naresby
Aisling Franciosi
as Sigourney O'Brien
Alistair Petrie
as Stuart Bayliss
Stephanie Street
as Christine Madden
Angela Lonsdale
as Ellie Dewley
Richard Short
as Neville Furness
Ewan McNulty
as Prisoner
Aiden Nord
as Louis Barnes
Amanda Dryden Walker
as Driver/Passer by/Passerby
Mark Wingett
as John Brace
Murray Head
as Peter Calvert
Pippa Bennett-Warner
as Sister Claire
James Burrows
as Charlie
Brogan West
as Dougie Cranham
Sam Fender
as Luke Armstrong
Judy Parfitt
as Maggie
John Hollingworth
as PC Shawn Turnly
Lynn Farleigh
as Valerie Furlow
Leemore Marrett Jr.
as Dash
Katie Clarkson-Hill
as Jade
Paul Courtenay Hyu
as Huang
Moyo Akandé
as SSI Sally Peters
Caolan Byrne
as Eric Hurst
Shaun Dingwall
as Justin Bishop
Mark Birch
as Surveyor
Mahsa Hammat Bahary
as Gig Attendee
Joshua Hill
as PC Mike Randall
Lauren Carse
as Tina Brennan
Cat Simmons
as Lisa
Pauline Turner
as Bridie Mincham
Jamie de Courcey
as Graham Harper
Annabel Leventon
as Margaret Kraszewski
Niek Versteeg
as Paul
Jeany Spark
as Agnes Lennox
Roger Barclay
as William Brackley
Lloyd Mullings
as Police Officer/Rugby Player
Luke Gomes
as Nathan Weaver
Athene Parker
as Vanessa
Struan Rodger
as Father O'Brien
Louis Shergold
as James Calvert
Michelle Tate
as Shona Adams
Tom Glenister
as Joshua Walken
Peter Michael McGowan
as Solicitor
Eva Birthistle
as Kate Darrow
Elliot James Langridge
as Ryan
Olivia Jack
as Chloe Darrow
Indira Joshi
as Amrita Johnson
Nadine Marshall
as Ellie Thorne
George Lasha
as Zamir Ilic
Shifaa Arfan
as Mira Marsden
Will Ashcroft
as Duty Solicitor
Brian Fletcher
as Matt
David Thomas Summerside
as Dr. Binns/Policeman
Tiger Roberts
as Lad Playing Football
Natalie Sutherland
as Pub Goer
Nathalie Armin
as Eva Motian
Clive Russell
as Allen Barnes
Amir Boutrous
as Malik Saleh
Phyllis Logan
as Shirley
Sean McKenzie
as George Everitt
Freya Tora
as Family Guest
Emun Elliott
as James Bennett
Caroline Loncq
as Anna Marshbrook
Ben Addis
as David Gilloway
Lois Amber Toole
as Marnie Lockhart
Janine Birkett
as Anna Wilby
Ben-Ryan Davies
as Harris
Tim Dutton
as Aidan Carmichael
Anna Bolton
as Sergeant's Wife
Maureen Beattie
as Dr. Vivienne Ripman
Mark Quartley
as Jamie Levinson
Sharon Singh
as Joanne Caswell
Josie Walker
as Mary-Frances Lascola
David Lonsdale
as Phil Annerly
Carla Melaco
as Lila Tilley
Debbie Honeywood
as Medical Assistant
Grant Crookes
as Jack Smith/Police Officer/Prison Officer
Kenny Doughty
as DS Aiden Healy
Sharon Duce
as Marcia
Kellie Bright
as Vanessa Barnes
Phil McKee
as Owen Jannen
Micky McGregor
as John-Paul Tullman
Graham Saxon
as C.I.D. Officer/Police dog handler/Policeman
Gary Lewis
as Robert Winter
Alex Houston
as Ethan Dewley
Alexander Arnold
as Sam Bishop
Shalisha James-Davis
as Alice Whenchurch
Annie Hulley
as Diane Weaver
Amerjit Deu
as Dr. Bharat Mann
Kathryn Pogson
as Vanessa Gartside
Martin Oldfield
as Solicitor/Billy's Solicitor
Lolita Chakrabarti
as Caroline Fletcher
Daymon Britton
as Danny Shaw
Dan Dobson
as Stag
Chris Wilson
as CID Officer/Police Officer
Jackson Maule
as Detective
Peter Davison
as Matthew Wells
Steven Cree
as Corporal Vince Grafton
George Dickman
as Elliot Glenn
Michael Wilson-Dukes
as Lawyer/Reporter
Curtis Flowers
as Jim McKinnon
Gordon Kane
as Landlord
Gavi Singh Chera
as Sahil Dabra
Ron Cook
as Brian Gower
George Bukhari
as Gareth Wyatt
Jill Halfpenny
as Maggie Warnock

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1
Season 2
Season 3
Season 4
Season 5
Season 6
Season 7
Season 8
Season 9
Season 10
Season 11

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Awards

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Crime Thriller Awards, UK 2011

Nominee

Crime Thriller Awards, UK

Best TV Drama, Serial or Season

Crime Thriller Awards, UK 2012

Nominee

Crime Thriller Awards, UK

Best Leading Actress

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