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About this title

Storyline

The early life of Queen Victoria, from her ascension to the throne at the tender age of eighteen to her courtship and marriage to Prince Albert.

Country: United Kingdom

Type: scripted

Status: Current

Language: English

Release Date: January 17, 2017

Also Known As: 女王ヴィクトリア 愛に生きる (テレビドラマ), VictoriaВиктория, Vitória: A Vida de uma Rainha, 維多利亞女皇傳, Viktória, Βικτώρια, Viktorija, Rainha Vitória, Wiktoria, Král'ovná Viktória, 維多利亞女王, 女王ヴィクトリア 愛に生きる |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (PG, M), Canada (G)Denmark (15), Finland (K-7), France (10), Germany (12), Italy (T), Netherlands (6), New Zealand (PG, M), Norway (9), Spain (TP), Sweden (7), UK (12), United States (TV-PG) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

london, england
monarchy
royal family
romance
royalty
britain
period drama
british history
queen of england
palace intrigue
historical drama
queen victoria
victorian era

Company Credits

Production Co: Mammoth Screen, PBS Masterpiece

Cast

Ben Lamb
as Captain Forbes
Denis Lawson
as Duke of Atholl
Alex Jennings
as King Leopold
Robert MacPherson
as Anson
Nicola-Jayne Wells
as Wedding Guest
Howard Corlett
as Fashionable Doctor
Anna Wilson-Jones
as Lady Emma Portman
Tommy Rodger
as Boy Jones
Lisa Dudley
as Queen's Nurse Maid
Clare Wille
as Lady Peel
William Owen
as Brunel
Ben Abell
as Rowland Hill
Laurence Fox
as Lord Palmerston
Taavi Peelo
as Royal Soldier
Clare Crowther
as Posh Lady; Quaker
Alexander Owen
as Dr. Brydon
Ryan Pope
as Engineer
Sam Rose
as Peel Supporter/Royal Society Member
Dan Carey
as Ratcatcher
Jo Stone-Fewings
as Charles Babbage
Ellen Evans
as Princess Heidi
Fernanda Lara
as Wet Nurse
Steven I. Dillard
as KIng's Courtier
Richard Hulme
as Middle Class Gent/Footman/Irish Worker/Parent/Working Class Male
Louisa Bay
as Princess Vicky
Hilton McRae
as Coombe
Stephanie Elstob
as Marie Taglioni
Derek Ezenagu
as King Gezo
Zayne Bracken
as Solider
Julian Finnigan
as Lord Hastings
Don Gallagher
as Dr. Swinton
Steve Healey
as Back Alley Dealer/Passerby
Tom Hughes
as Albert/Prince Albert
Edward Bennett
as Trevelyan
David Newman
as Henry Cole
Nicholas Agnew
as Prince George
Neilesh Ambu
as Upper Class
Alice Orr-Ewing
as Lady Flora Hastings
Catherine Steadman
as Mrs. Forbes
Daisy Brown
as Soprano
Kate Hawley
as Wet Nurse
Nig Richards
as French Courtier/Lord
Simon Paisley Day
as Lord Chamberlain
Cornell John
as Jonas Barrett
Simon Gregor
as Lajos Kossuth
Giles Taylor
as Preacher
Aoife Kennan
as Abigail Owen
Michael Nettleship
as Elkington/Member of Parliament/Quaker
C.J. Beckford
as Cuffay
Pep Thompson
as Atholl Highlander
Peter Pacey
as Stanley
Christopher Brand
as Paxton
Scott Arthur
as Peeler
James Wilby
as Sir Piers Gifford
Gaby French
as Maid
Bebe Cave
as Wilhelmina Coke
Andrew Havill
as Dr. Pritchard
Patricia Winker
as Chartist/Cook/London Passerby/Middle Class Lady/Upper Class Lady
Basil Eidenbenz
as Lohlein
Andrew Bicknell
as Duke of Coburg
Michael Hargreaves
as Chartist Protester
Harry McEntire
as Edward Oxford
Sabrina Bartlett
as Abigail Turner
Lion-Russell Baumann
as Prince Sigmund
Vincent Regan
as King Louis Philippe
David Burnett
as Joseph
David Shaw Parker
as Country Doctor
Sam Swainsbury
as Dr. John Snow
Erich Redman
as German Priest
Antonia Desplat
as Hortense
John Sessions
as Lord John Russell
Richard Varley
as Footman/Knighted Gent (Honouree)/Soldier (Queens Guard)
Laurie Shepherd
as Prince Bertie
Robert Goodale
as Whewell
Georgie-May Tearle
as Lady
Fergal McElherron
as Magee
Alan Billingham
as Upper-Class Gent
Samantha Colley
as Eliza
Roger May
as George Bentink MP
James Bradwell
as Mandarin
Bessie-Rose Bell
as Princess Alice
Lizzi Lawrence
as French Courtier
Rufus Sewell
as Lord Melbourne
Gary Oliver
as Hudson
Guillaume Rivaud
as French courtier
Clive Hayward
as Dr. Merton
Emily Gray
as Nurse Maid
Henry Faber
as Montpensier
Richard Dixon
as Lord Chancellor
Ferdinand Kingsley
as Francatelli/Mr. Francatelli
John Dewsbury
as Slavery Abolitionist
Carolin Stoltz
as Gretchen
Nell Hudson
as Skerrett/Nancy Skerrett
David Oakes
as Prince Ernest/Duke of Coburg
Akbar Kurtha
as Ambassador for the King of Oudh
Nina Pavlovic
as Princess Gertrude of Mecklenburg-Strelitz
Richard Earl
as Reverend Hannam
Richard Price
as Irish Peasant/Prince Albert's Palace Guard/Tramp
Jason Redshaw
as Gentleman
Tina Louise Owens
as Event Guest/Upper Class Lady
Michael Baral
as Felix Mendelssohn
Robert Cox
as Policeman
Edwin Thomas
as Mr. Caine
Peter Bowles
as Duke of Wellington/the Duke Of Wellington/The Duke Of Wellington/The Duke of Wellington
Tommy Knight
as Brodie/Archibald Brodie
Nigel Lindsay
as Sir Robert Peel
Zaris-Angel Hator
as Sarah
Bruce Mackinnon
as Hannam
Tom Raven
as The Highlander
Leo Suter
as Drummond
Margaret Wheldon
as Chartist/Lady/Lady at Dinner
Tom Price
as Duke of Sutherland
Nicholas Audsley
as Duke Charles of Monmouth
Scott Jenkinson
as William Bean
John Neville
as Privy Counseller/Privy Counsellor
Gertrude Thoma
as Hilde
Crispin Letts
as Seguier
Shania Bailey
as Passerby
Elizabeth-Mae Starbuck
as Nursemaid
Margaret Clunie
as Harriet, Duchess of Sutherland
Alison Langer
as Jenny Lind
Nicholas Read
as Mr. Snowden
Daniel Donskoy
as Grand Duke/The Grand Duke
Anne Bryson
as Wicked Stepsister
Wendy Michelle Taylor
as Lady/Queen Marie-Amelie/The Duchess of Cumberland's Maid/Wedding Guest
Kosha Engler
as Hannah Landridge/Hannah Langridge
Ben Cartwright
as O'Connor
Christopher Dunne
as Cardinal Ronan
Magdalena Helen
as High Class Prostitute
Leon Stewart
as Interpreter
Olivia Popica
as Catherine
Jacqueline Foster
as Charterist
Anne Kidd
as Crofter's Wife
Sinéad Daly
as Actress
Gemma Lawman
as Chartist
Jordan Waller
as Lord Alfred Paget
Lucy Briers
as Mrs. Arbuthnot
Robert Ryan
as Great Exhibition Guest/Palace Ball Guest
Jonny Knowles
as Nathaniel
Peter Firth
as Duke of Cumberland/King of Hanover
Siobhan O'Carroll
as Lady Lyttelton/Lady Lyttleton
Murray Fraser
as Ewan
Darren Mitchell
as Atholl Highlander
Robin Soans
as Sir James Clark
Peter Ivatts
as Archbishop of Canterbury
David Aspinall
as Irish Gentleman
Tilly Steele
as Cleary
Peter Forbes
as Craddock
Hebe Beardsall
as Princess Alda
Benjamin Studd
as Coldstream Guard/Coldtream Guard
Antony Barlow
as MP/Courtier/Gentleman/Privy Council/Lord/Soldier/Cabinet Minister/Dignitary/Gentlemen's Club Diner/Irish Dignitary/Irish Market Trader/Slavery Abolitionist
Rachel Logan
as Betsy
Emerald Fennell
as Lady Lovelace
Richard Braine
as Tailor
Alexandra Starkey
as Nursemaid/Maid
Andreane Rellou
as Lady
Eve Myles
as Mrs. Jenkins
Colm Gormley
as Irish MP
Manoj Anand
as French Courtier
Adrian Lord
as Peeler
Jonathan Cheetham
as Palace Kitchen Porter/Angry Working Class Man/Footman/Honoree/Horrified Peel Supporter/Queen's Courtier/Startled Passer By/Starving Beggar/Street Worker
T. Mark Owens
as Member of Parliament
Nichola McAuliffe
as Duchess of Cumberland
Laura Morgan
as Florence Nightingale
Catherine Flemming
as Duchess of Kent/the Duchess of Kent
Stephanie Fayerman
as Old Lady
Dan Fredenburgh
as Chadwick
Bruno Wolkowitch
as King Louis Philippe
Pandora Clifford
as Emily Palmerston
Doug Nissley
as Towns Person
Flora London
as Scullery Maid
Lily Travers
as Duchess Sophie of Monmouth
Annabel Mullion
as Lady Beatrice Gifford
Guy Oliver-Watts
as Sir James Hayter
Gregory Mann
as William Monmouth
Terence Beesley
as Buxton
Dennis O'Donnell
as Quaker
Alan Hughes
as Soldier
Chiara Goldsmith
as Liesel
David Schaal
as Brewer
Craig Thomas Lambert
as Middle Class Gent
Kate Fleetwood
as Princess Feodora
Daisy Goodwin
as Duchess of Inverness
Hugh Simon
as Colonel Sibthorpe/Colonel Sibthrope
Oliver Walker
as Winterhalter
Fiona Finsbury
as Cinderella
Anna Swan
as Dancer
Charlotte Mason-Apps
as Professional Dancer
Roisin O'Neill
as Mrs. Dolan
Trevor Murphy
as Irish Mayor
Adrian Schiller
as Penge/Mr. Penge
Martin Compston
as Dr. Traill
Michael Parkhouse
as Hunter/Lord Melbourne's Butler
Phil Rowson
as John Bright MP
Alexander Tol
as Prince Ferdinand
John Hodgkinson
as Police Inspector
Basienka Blake
as Brothel Madam
Nick Waring
as James Planche
Andrew Byron
as King of Prussia
Nick Owenford
as Gentry/Irish Dignitary
Juliet Hartley
as Dancer/Lady
Andrew Neil
as Crofter
Nigel Passey
as Young Ernest
Ashley Zhangazha
as Ira Aldridge
David Bamber
as Duke of Sussex
Joe Dingwall
as Farmer
Paul Rhys
as Sir John Conroy
Joe Standerline
as Drunken Swell
Sean Allison
as Spanish Dignitary
Jacob Krichefski
as Bascombe
Cameron Jack
as Police Inspector
Stuart Anderson
as Atholl Highlander
John James Woodward
as Courtier
Richard Gumm
as Chartist
Lewis Mackinnon
as William Beattie
John Alan Roberts
as Queen's Courtier
Martyn Clarke
as Peasant
Kerr Logan
as Patrick
Andrew Scarborough
as Captain Childers
Jasper Jacob
as Lord Chamberlain
Diana Rigg
as Duchess of Buccleuch
Sebastian Maclaine
as The Prince
Stephen Seal
as Foot Soldier
Paul Gilmore
as Preacher
Michael Maloney
as Bishop
Dominic Taylor
as Fuller
Charles Morgan
as French Footman
Nigel Black
as Choir Master
Mac Jackson
as Prince Bertie
Tristram Wymark
as Henry Labouchere
Alex Slingsby
as Bugler/Upper Class Male
Charlie Morgan
as French Footman
Emily Renée
as French Maid
Philip Gascoyne
as Lord of the Realm
Andy de la Tour
as Flitch
Robin McCallum
as Lord Portman
Keith Lomas
as Peeler/Politician
Julian Firth
as Lord Powis
Grant Crookes
as Peeler
Daniela Holtz
as Baroness Lehzen
Jayne Worsnop-Hesford
as Civilian
Jenna Coleman
as Victoria
Grace Link
as Florence
Hallie Woodhall
as Princess Vicky/Vicky
John Tueart
as Speaker of the House/Speaker
Mark Fisher
as Household Soldier/Irish Gentry/Palace Worker/Privy Counsellor
Jamie Biddulph
as Atholl Highlander
Grant Gillespie
as Jeweller
John Paul Connolly
as Torrens
Grainne Keenan
as Mrs. Traill
Jacob Smyth
as Salesman
Callum Kevin Swift
as Sailor
Ben Atkinson
as Messenger
Stephanie Eccles
as Royal Supporter
Hannah Goodall
as Working Class Woman
Gavin Marshall
as George Combe
Paul Redfern
as Gas Man

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2016 | 8 Episodes

Season 2

2017 | 9 Episodes

Season 3

2019 | 8 Episodes

Media

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Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

BFDG Award 2016

Nominee

Winner

BFDG Award

Best Production Design British TV Drama inc Mini Series

BAFTA Scotland Award 2017

Nominee

BAFTA Scotland Award

Best Director (Fiction)

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