The Tudors - Cast


Role Actor Seasons
The King
Henry VIII of England Jonathan Rhys Meyers 1–4
The Queens
Catherine of Aragon Maria Doyle Kennedy 1–2, 4 (Dream sequence)
Anne Boleyn Natalie Dormer 1–2, 4 (Dream sequence)
Jane Seymour Anita Briem 2
Annabelle Wallis 3, 4 (Dream sequence)
Anne of Cleves Joss Stone 3–4
Katherine Howard Tamzin Merchant 3–4
Catherine Parr Joely Richardson 4
The King's Children
Princess Mary, daughter by Catherine of Aragon
Bláthnaid McKeown 1
Sarah Bolger 2–4
Princess Elizabeth, daughter by Anne Boleyn Kate Duggan 2
Claire MacCauley 3
Laoise Murray 4
Prince Edward, son by Jane Seymour Eoin Murtagh 4
Jake Hathaway 4
The King's Court
Charles Brandon, 1st Duke of Suffolk Henry Cavill 1–4
Thomas Cromwell, 1st Earl of Essex James Frain 1–3
Sir Thomas More Jeremy Northam 1–2
Thomas Wriothesley, 1st Earl of Southampton Frank McCusker 3–4
Thomas Howard, 3rd Duke of Norfolk Henry Czerny 1
Lady Elizabeth Blount Ruta Gedmintas 1
Sir Anthony Knivert Callum Blue 1
Sir William Compton Kristen Holden-Ried 1
Thomas Wyatt Jamie Thomas King 1–2
Thomas Boleyn, 1st Earl of Wiltshire Nick Dunning 1–2
Mary Boleyn Perdita Weeks 1–2
George Boleyn, Viscount Rochford Padraic Delaney 1–2
Lady Jane Boleyn, Viscountess Rochford Joanne King 2–4
Lady Margaret 'Madge' Sheldon Laura Jane Laughlin 2
Mark Smeaton David Alpay 2
Edward Seymour, Earl of Hertford Max Brown 2–4
Lady Anne Stanhope, Countess of Hertford Emma Hamilton 3–4
Thomas Seymour Andrew McNair 3–4
Sir Richard Rich Rod Hallett 2–4
Sir Francis Bryan Alan van Sprang 3
Earl of Shrewsbury Gavin O'Connor 3
Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey David O'Hara 4
Joan Bulmer Catherine Steadman 4
Sir Thomas Culpeper Torrance Coombs 3–4
Hans Holbein the Younger Peter Gaynor 1–4
Imperial Ambassador Eustace Chapuys Anthony Brophy 1–4
French Ambassador Charles de Marillac Lothaire Bluteau 4
Cardinal Thomas Wolsey, Archbishop of York Sam Neill 1
Cardinal Campeggio John Kavanagh 1–2
John Fisher, Bishop of Rochester Bosco Hogan 1–2
Thomas Cranmer, Archbishop of Canterbury Hans Matheson 2
Pope Paul III Peter O'Toole 2
Cardinal Otto Truchsess von Waldburg Max von Sydow 3
Cardinal Reginald Pole Mark Hildreth 3
Bishop Stephen Gardiner Simon Ward 3–4
Margaret Tudor, Queen of Portugal, Princess of England, Duchess of Suffolk Gabrielle Anwar 1
Francis I of France Emmanuel Leconte 1–2
Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor Sebastian Armesto 1
Catherine Brandon, Duchess of Suffolk Rebekah Wainwright 1–4
Margaret Pole, Countess of Salisbury Kate O'Toole 1, 3
Margaret, Lady Bryan Jane Brennan 2–4
Philip, Duke of Bavaria Colin O'Donoghue 3
William, Duke of Jülich-Cleves-Berg, Brother to Anne of Cleves Paul Ronan 3
Robert Aske Gerard McSorley 3
Thomas Darcy, 1st Baron Darcy de Darcy Colm Wilkinson 3–4

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