The Bridgertons: Where We Have Seen The Actors?


The Netflix series mixes veteran actors with new faces in a perfect match seasoned on the stage of the London stage and on British television.

‘The Bridgertons’ has become one of Netflix’s latest hits. Palace intrigue with a tone that oscillates between Jane Austen and ‘Gossip Girl’, While we wait for the second season of the fiction produced by Shonda Rhimes, we analyze one of the main factors of its success: its cast. The series has brought together a group of actors, almost all British and for the most part unknown, to give life to the two main families. New faces for an almost dystopian fantasy that departs from the traditional line of English fiction to offer a delusional portrait of the British Regency.

The cast, extremely solvent and fresh, has young people trained on the stage of London’s West End and hardened in some of the biggest hits on British television. A perfect mixture of a guilty pleasure in which we have all fallen.

We tell you where you have seen the protagonists of the series.

Golda Rosheuvel (Queen Charlotte)

He is one of the most notable faces in British theater, where he has starred in titles such as ‘Romeo and Juliet’, ‘Othello’, ‘Angels in America’ or ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’. But we’ve also seen her in movies like ‘Lady Macbeth’, alongside Florence Pugh. In addition, he has worked in very popular British series such as ‘Eastenders’, ‘Coronation Street’ or ‘Luther’.

Phoebe Dynevor (Daphne Bridgerton)

Daughter of actress Sally Dynevor, most of her career has been spent on television. Titles like ‘younger’, ‘Snatch’, or ‘Dickensian’ on your resume.

Regé-Jean Page (Simon Basset)

‘Mortal Engines’, by Peter Jackson, is the most powerful film to date that we find in his filmography, in which series such as ‘Roots’ or ‘Waterloo Road’ also stand out.

Nicola Coughlan (Penelope Featherington)

Although much of her career has been spent as a voice actress, the interpreter has also participated in series such as ‘Harlots: Courtesans’ or ‘Derry Girls’.

Jonathan Bailey (Anthony Bridgerton)

He has participated in London West End musicals and as a video game dubber, but his popularity came to him thanks to the British fiction ‘Broadchurch’. He has also participated in other successful British television series such as ‘Campus’, ‘Crashing’ or ‘Me and Mrs. Jones’.

Luke Newton (Colin Bridgerton)

The career of this young British actor began with the series’ The Cut ‘, which was followed by’ Mr. Selfridge ‘,’ Doctors’ or ‘The Lodge: Mystery at full speed’.

Ruby Barker (Marina Thompson)

After several episodic characters in series like ‘Wolfblood’, ‘Doctors’ or ‘Cobra’, the actress has landed her first leading role in the film ‘Hos To Stop A Recurring Dream’, directed by Ed Morris.

Adjoa Andoh (Lady Danbury)

Common on the London West End stages, we have seen her in series such as ‘Invictus’, ‘Casualty’, ‘EastEnders’, ‘Law & Order: UK’, ‘Broadchurch’, ‘Thunderbirds Are Go’, ‘Line of Duty’ or ‘Cucumber’.

Claudia Jessie (Eloise Bridgerton)

‘Line Of Duty’, ‘Vanity Fair’ or ‘Call the midwife’ are some of the series in which the actress has participated with regular characters.

Harriet Cains (Philipa Featherington)

After participating in series such as ‘In The Flesh’ or ‘Hollyoaks Later’, this is the character for which the actress has become most popular.

Bessie Carter (Prudence Featherington)

The Netflix series is the most important work of the interpreter, who has participated in series such as ‘Return to Howards End’.

Ruth Gemmel (Lady Violet Bridgerton)

She is one of the actresses with the longest career in the cast and her filmography includes such disparate titles as ‘Utopia’, ‘Penny Dreadful’, or ‘Deep State’.

Florence Hunt (Hyacinth Bridgerton)

After a couple of chapters in the series ‘Maldita’, this is the debut as an actress of Florence, who is 13 years old.

Ben Miller (Lord Featherington)

A regular in the ‘Johnny English’ film saga, the actor and screenwriter is best known for his comic characters in mythical series such as ‘Armstrong and Miller’.

Luke Thompson (Benedict Bridgerton)

Another regular in English classical theater, but he has also participated in films such as ‘Dunkerque’ or ‘Breaking the rules’.

Will Tilston (Gregory Bridgerton)

Before ‘The Bridgertons’, the very young actor had only participated in the movie ‘Goodbye Christopher Robin’ with Margot Robbie. In the Netflix series, he has proven to be one of the most promising names of his generation.

Polly Walker (Portia Featherington)

Trained at the Royal Shakespeare Company, the interpreter has participated in films such as ‘Game of Patriots’ or ‘Emma’, along with Gwyneth Paltrow. On television, we have seen her in ‘Roma’, ‘Caprica’, ‘The Mentalist’, ‘The Syndicate’ or ‘Line Of Duty’.


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