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Year: 2010 | 2011 | 2012 | 2013 | 2014


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Boardwalk Empire

19 September 2010
January 1920. On the eve of Prohibition, Atlantic City's Treasurer, Nucky Thompson, condemns alcohol at a Women's Temperance League meeting, where he is noticed by Margaret Schroeder, a pretty, pregnant housewife who comes to him for help in getting her abusive husband Hans a job. Later that evening, the duplicitous Nucky privately tells his ward bosses about the opportunity to make huge profits selling bootleg liquor. At a countdown-to-midnight blast at Babette's Supper Club, he assures Jimmy Darmody, a recently returned WWI vet, that his appointment as "Man Friday" to the new Chief Clerk of the Fourth Ward, Paddy Ryan, will lead to bigger things. Jimmy, meanwhile, has higher aspirations and ends up making an alliance that could have dire consequences for both him and Nucky.

Steve Buscemi ... Enoch 'Nucky' Thompson

Michael Pitt ... James 'Jimmy' Darmody

Kelly Macdonald ... Margaret Schroeder

Michael Shannon ... Nelson Van Alden

Shea Whigham ... Elias 'Eli' Thompson

Aleksa Palladino ... Angela Darmody

Michael Stuhlbarg ... Arnold Rothstein

Stephen Graham ... Al Capone

Vincent Piazza ... Lucky Luciano

Paz de la Huerta ... Lucy Danziger

Michael K. Williams ... Chalky White (as Michael Kenneth Williams)

Anthony Laciura ... Eddie Kessler

Paul Sparks ... Mickey Doyle

Dabney Coleman ... Commodore Louis Kaestner

Greg Antonacci ... Johnny Torrio

Danny Burstein ... Lolly Steinman

Frank Crudele ... Big Jim Colosimo

Dana Ivey ... Mrs. McGarry

Peter McRobbie ... Supervisor Elliot

Erik Weiner ... Agent Sebso

Stephen DeRosa ... Eddie Cantor

Joseph Sikora ... Hans Schroeder (as Joe Sikora)

Pearce Bunting ... Bill McCoy
Johnnie Mae ... Louanne

Billy Smith ... Davey Murdoch

Jordan Gelber ... Simon

Chase Coleman ... Billy Winslow

Kevin Carolan ... Boardwalk Barker
Chloe Harting
Francesca Scorsese

Tracy Middendorf ... Babbette (as Tracy Lynn Middendorf)

Victor Verhaeghe ... Ward Boss Fleming

John Rue ... Mayor Harry Bacharach

William Hill ... Ward Boss O'Neill

Robert Clohessy ... Ward Boss Neary
Samuel Taylor ... Paddy Ryan
Edward McGinty ... Ward Boss Boyd

Curtis Shumaker
Noel Wilson ... Ward Boss
Scott Jaeck ... Ward Boss
Vince Giordano ... Bandleader
Loyita Chapel ... Crying Wife

Allen Jared ... Crying Husband

Connor Noon ... Tommy Darmody

Brady Noon ... Tommy Darmody

John Mainieri ... Brighton Hotel Manager

Steve Witting ... Funeral Director
Jeannette Gould ... Funeral Attendee
Prudence Wright Holmes ... Widow
Jeff Ware

Lucy Gallina ... Emily Schroeder

Josie Gallina ... Emily Schroeder
Declan McTigue ... Teddy Schroeder
Rory McTigue ... Teddy Schroeder
George R. Sheffey ... Traymore Hotel Concierge (as George Sheffey)
Randy Neumann ... Referee

Nic Novicki ... Carl Heely (as Nick Novicki)

Adam Mucci ... Deputy Halloran
Charleigh E. Parker ... Lady Jean

Joseph Riccobene ... Frankie Yale
Jonathan Brody ... Reporter
Malin Bergman ... Dead Girl on Slab (uncredited)
Heather Chase ... Dancer Jessica (uncredited)
Casey Cipriani ... Tart (uncredited)

Blaise Corrigan ... Fighting Moonshiner (uncredited)

Zoë D'Amato ... Babette's Guest (uncredited)
Michael Dean ... FBI Instructor #1 (uncredited)

Jessica DiGiovanni ... Tart (uncredited)
David Gable ... Maître d' (uncredited)

Roy William Gardner ... Faro Dealer (uncredited)

Kelly Karavites ... Federal Agent (uncredited)
Sasha Kaye ... Prohibition Lady (uncredited)

Kate Kuen ... Tart (uncredited)

Raymond Mamrak ... (uncredited)

Anne-Sophie Marie ... Theater Attendee (uncredited)

Charles Marleau ... Young FBI Agent (uncredited)

Peter Mintun ... Nickelodeon Pianist (uncredited)
Costa Nicolas ... Rocko (uncredited)
Eddie Noone ... FBI Instructor (uncredited)

Molly Parker ... Nucky's Wife in photo (uncredited)

Samuel Platizky ... FBI Cadet (uncredited)

Georgina Ransley ... Tart (uncredited)
Matthew Ray ... FBI Student (uncredited)

Peter Riga ... Hotel Guest (uncredited)
Jason Roeser ... Bartender at Babettes (uncredited)

Bruce Sabath ... Dancing Business Tycoon (uncredited)
Ann Marie Seall ... Upper-Class Babette (uncredited)

Harry L. Seddon ... Fisherman (uncredited)
Jessica Swesey ... Dancer (uncredited)

Conor Timmis ... Warehouse Worker (uncredited)
Guy Veryzer ... Reporter (uncredited)
Alex Martinez Wallace ... Valet (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: The Ivory Tower

26 September 2010
Investigating a crime which he feels has been pinned on a scapegoat, straight-arrow Agent Nelson Van Alden pays a visit to Nucky and leaves convinced that the Treasurer is "as corrupt as the day is long." Nucky quickly does damage control, enlisting his brother, Sheriff Elias Thompson, to close ranks with their underlings. Nucky discusses the upcoming election with his aging mentor, Commodore Louis Kaestner, with whom he debates the women's vote issue. Later, before heading out for a night on the town, Nucky rebukes an irate Arnold Rothstein over the phone, then meets privately with Margaret Schroeder, who asks him for help in providing for her children. As a long day ends, a traveling salesman named George Baxter, in town for a few days with an unwilling young beauty named Claudia, makes a startling discovery while on the road home to Baltimore.

Steve Buscemi ... Enoch 'Nucky' Thompson

Michael Pitt ... James 'Jimmy' Darmody

Kelly Macdonald ... Margaret Schroeder

Michael Shannon ... Nelson Van Alden

Shea Whigham ... Elias 'Eli' Thompson

Aleksa Palladino ... Angela Darmody

Michael Stuhlbarg ... Arnold Rothstein

Stephen Graham ... Al Capone

Vincent Piazza ... Lucky Luciano

Paz de la Huerta ... Lucy Danziger

Michael K. Williams ... Chalky White (credit only) (as Michael Kenneth Williams)

Anthony Laciura ... Eddie Kessler

Paul Sparks ... Mickey Doyle

Dabney Coleman ... Commodore Louis Kaestner

Gretchen Mol ... Gillian Darmody

Greg Antonacci ... Johnny Torrio

Danny Burstein ... Lolly Steinman

Frank Crudele ... Big Jim Colosimo

Peter McRobbie ... Supervisor Elliot

Erik Weiner ... Agent Sebso
Brent Bateman ... Eddie Corrigan, Chicago Tribune Reporter
Ellie Braverman

Bill Bria
Clem Cheung ... Chinese Man

Peter Claymore ... Grey-Haired Man

Robert Clohessy ... Ward Boss Neary
Bob Engel ... Abe Klein
Lauren Champlin ... Female Patient

Megan Ferguson ... Claudia

Ken Forman ... Stage Manager (as Ken Foreman)

Lucy Gallina ... Emily Schroeder

Josie Gallina ... Emily Schroeder

Jordan Gelber ... Simon

Allison Guinn ... Capone's Whore
Sam Guncler ... Croupier
Johnnie Mae ... Louanne
Edward McGinty ... Ward Boss Boyd
Declan McTigue ... Teddy Schroeder
Rory McTigue ... Teddy Schroeder

Connor Noon ... Tommy Darmody

Brady Noon ... Tommy Darmody

Nic Novicki ... Carl Heely (as Nick Novicki)

Katelyn O'Friel
Annie Paul ... Showgirl #1

Joseph Riccobene ... Frankie Yale

Allen Lewis Rickman ... George Baxter

Kendal Ridgeway ... Nurse (as Kendel Ridgeway)
Julian Rozzell Jr. ... Harlan
Bob Sorenson ... Dale

Victor Verhaeghe ... Ward Boss Fleming

Michael Warner ... Klan Recruiter

James P. Anderson ... The Judge (uncredited)

Robert Bizik ... Speakeasy Customer (uncredited)

Frank Galdorise ... Brothel Customer (uncredited)
Ashley Klein ... Bordello Girl (uncredited)

Vincent Riviezzo ... Mob Pallbearer (uncredited)

Ken Sladyk ... Gangster (uncredited)

Sarah Sugrue ... Young Girl (uncredited)

Nicholas Teti ... Bellhop (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: Broadway Limited

3 October 2010
Jimmy's future is clouded by an unlikely witness to the woods massacre; Margaret takes a new job; Chalky's team pays a big price for his success.

Steve Buscemi ... Enoch 'Nucky' Thompson

Michael Pitt ... James 'Jimmy' Darmody

Kelly Macdonald ... Margaret Schroeder

Michael Shannon ... Nelson Van Alden

Shea Whigham ... Elias 'Eli' Thompson

Aleksa Palladino ... Angela Darmody

Michael Stuhlbarg ... Arnold Rothstein

Stephen Graham ... Al Capone (credit only)

Vincent Piazza ... Lucky Luciano

Paz de la Huerta ... Lucy Danziger

Michael K. Williams ... Chalky White (as Michael Kenneth Williams)

Anthony Laciura ... Eddie Kessler

Paul Sparks ... Mickey Doyle

Dabney Coleman ... Commodore Louis Kaestner (credit only)

Gretchen Mol ... Gillian Darmody

Edoardo Ballerini ... Ignatius D'Alessio

Max Casella ... Leo D'Alessio

Peter McRobbie ... Supervisor Elliot

Erik Weiner ... Agent Sebso
Fred Armstrong ... Player #2
Kathryn Avery ... Dancer #2

Stephen Badalamenti ... Player #1

Robert Clohessy ... Ward Boss Neary

Dan Daily ... Buck

Stephen DeRosa ... Eddie Cantor

Josiah Early ... Robert Dittrich

Lucy Gallina ... Emily Schroeder

Josie Gallina ... Emily Schroeder

Jordan Gelber ... Simon

Enid Graham ... Rose Van Alden

Katie Henney ... Young Woman (as Katie Henny)

William Hill ... Ward Boss O'Neill
Joe Iacona ... Elderly Patient

Lisa Joyce ... Mary Dittrich

Anna Katarina ... Isabelle Jeunet
Mark Lotito ... Dr. Cuomo

Clayton James Mackay ... Boy
John Marinacci ... Dealer
Nicholas Alexander Martino ... Pius D'Alessio (as Nicholas Martino)
Declan McTigue ... Teddy Schroeder
Rory McTigue ... Teddy Schroeder

Tuck Milligan ... Dr. Brubaker

Adam Mucci ... Deputy Halloran

Connor Noon ... Tommy Darmody

Brady Noon ... Tommy Darmody
Vic Noto ... Hearse
Charleigh E. Parker ... Lady Jean
Douglas Ryan ... Conductor

Elizabeth Rose Sharp ... German Child
Sarah Skogland ... Dancer #2
Michele Tauber ... Mrs. Fishbaum

Kenneth Tigar ... Dentist
Barbara Tirrell ... Edith (as Barbra Tirrell)

Victor Verhaeghe ... Ward Boss Fleming

Robert Bizik ... Brothel Customer (uncredited)

Grant Lancaster ... Worker Boy (uncredited)
Tyrone Paul Jr. ... Porter (uncredited)
Mark E. Phillips ... Brothel Patron (uncredited)

Rich Rothbell ... Drunken Irishman (uncredited)

Ken Sladyk ... Gangster (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: Anastasia

10 October 2010
Jimmy forges new relationships in Chicago; Nucky fetes a U.S. Senator; Chalky fingers a lynching suspect; Margaret and Lucy clash.

Steve Buscemi ... Enoch 'Nucky' Thompson

Michael Pitt ... James 'Jimmy' Darmody

Kelly Macdonald ... Margaret Schroeder

Michael Shannon ... Nelson Van Alden (credit only)

Shea Whigham ... Elias 'Eli' Thompson

Aleksa Palladino ... Angela Darmody

Michael Stuhlbarg ... Arnold Rothstein (credit only)

Stephen Graham ... Al Capone

Vincent Piazza ... Lucky Luciano

Paz de la Huerta ... Lucy Danziger

Michael K. Williams ... Chalky White (as Michael Kenneth Williams)

Anthony Laciura ... Eddie Kessler

Paul Sparks ... Mickey Doyle

Dabney Coleman ... Commodore Louis Kaestner

Gretchen Mol ... Gillian Darmody

Greg Antonacci ... Johnny Torrio

Edoardo Ballerini ... Ignatius D'Alessio

Max Casella ... Leo D'Alessio

Chris Mulkey ... Boss Frank Hague

Geoff Pierson ... Senator Walter Edge

Emily Meade ... Pearl

Demosthenes Chrysan ... George Anastos

Robert Clohessy ... Ward Boss Neary

Cat Davis ... Commodore's Whore

Josie Gallina ... Emily Schroeder

Lucy Gallina ... Emily Schroeder

William Hill ... Ward Boss O'Neill
Jimmie James ... Klansman #1

Anna Katarina ... Isabelle Jeunet

Nikolas Kontomanolis ... Chicago Patron
John Lantz ... Tailor 1

Al Linea ... Matteo D'Allessio
Edward McGinty ... Ward Boss Boyd
Erin McGrath ... Edith Day
Declan McTigue ... Teddy Schroeder
Rory McTigue ... Teddy Schroeder

Tracy Middendorf ... Babbette (as Tracy Lynn Middendorf)
Derek Milhem ... Attendant

Adam Mucci ... Deputy Halloran

Connor Noon ... Tommy Darmody

Brady Noon ... Tommy Darmody

John Rue ... Mayor Harry Bacharach
Frank Shattuck ... Charlie Sheridan

Scott Sowers ... Joseph Earl Dinler
Barbara Tirrell ... Edith (as Barbra Tirrell)

Susan Varon ... Madam Regina

Victor Verhaeghe ... Ward Boss Fleming

Sean Weil ... Liam
Nathan Williams ... Edge's Aide
Jeffrey C. Wolf ... Babette's Dancer
Simone Assboeck ... Babette's Dancer
Jennifer Bowles ... Babette's Dancer
Tyler Ingram ... Babette's Dancer
Mark Manley ... Babette's Dancer

Dieter Riesle ... Babette's Dancer
Frank Root ... Babette's Dancer
Alison Solomon ... Babette's Dancer
William Ward ... Babette's Dancer

Meredith Riley Stewart ... Babette's Dancer

Felicity Stiverson ... Babette's Dancer
Jessica Swesey ... Babette's Dancer

Marc Bicking ... Councilman (uncredited)

Robert Bizik ... Brothel Customer (uncredited)
Chris Cenatiempo ... Bouncer (uncredited)

Bill Geary ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Kimberly Huston ... Partygoer (uncredited)

Keith Leonard ... Doorman (uncredited)
Milton A. Marsh III ... Babette's Busboy (uncredited)

Orlando McDonald ... Babette's Busboy (uncredited)
Woodrow Morton ... Busboy (uncredited)
Lindsay Zehra Ozgunay ... Brothel Worker (uncredited)

Peter Riga ... Coffee Drinker on Boardwalk (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: Nights in Ballygran

17 October 2010
Nucky's attempts to usher in a joyous St. Patrick's Day are undermined by Eli, Margaret and Van Alden.

Steve Buscemi ... Enoch 'Nucky' Thompson

Michael Pitt ... James 'Jimmy' Darmody

Kelly Macdonald ... Margaret Schroeder

Michael Shannon ... Nelson Van Alden

Shea Whigham ... Elias 'Eli' Thompson

Aleksa Palladino ... Angela Darmody

Michael Stuhlbarg ... Arnold Rothstein

Stephen Graham ... Al Capone

Vincent Piazza ... Lucky Luciano (credit only)

Paz de la Huerta ... Lucy Danziger (credit only)

Michael K. Williams ... Chalky White (credit only) (as Michael Kenneth Williams)

Anthony Laciura ... Eddie Kessler

Paul Sparks ... Mickey Doyle (credit only)

Dabney Coleman ... Commodore Louis Kaestner

Gretchen Mol ... Gillian Darmody

Tom Aldredge ... Ethan Thompson

Greg Antonacci ... Johnny Torrio

Dana Ivey ... Mrs. McGarry

Erik Weiner ... Agent Sebso

Emily Meade ... Pearl
Sean Allison ... Boxer #1

David Aaron Baker ... Bill Fallon
Steven L. Barron ... Reporter #1
Susan Blommaert ... Irene Davis

Pearce Bunting ... Bill McCoy

Kenneth Cavett ... Drunken Celt

Robert Clohessy ... Ward Boss Neary
John Treacy Egan ... Duncan O'Connor

John Joseph Gallagher ... Celt #1

Lucy Gallina ... Emily Schroeder

Josie Gallina ... Emily Schroeder

William Hill ... Ward Boss O'Neill

Austin Jones ... Waiter Martin
Judson Jones ... John #1

John Keating ... Ernie Moran
Laurence Lowry ... Celt #2

Raymond McAnally ... Workman #1
Edward McGinty ... Ward Boss Boyd
Declan McTigue ... Teddy Schroeder
Rory McTigue ... Teddy Schroeder

Edelen McWilliams ... Bettyanne Mulhaney

Brady Noon ... Tommy Darmody

Connor Noon ... Tommy Darmody

Nic Novicki ... Carl Heely

Jack O'Connell ... Celt #3

Mikey Post ... Mike Green

Mark Povinelli ... Kevin Kiley
Christopher James Quinn ... Reporter #2

John Rue ... Mayor Harry Bacharach

Faith Sandberg ... Kitty
Cezary Skarzynski ... Boxer #2

Anna Stone ... Bridget Walsh
Nisi Sturgis ... June Thompson

Susan Varon ... Madam Regina

Victor Verhaeghe ... Ward Boss Fleming
Margot Jewers ... Temperance Singer

Fran Lieu ... Temperance Singer
Nicole Nelson ... Temperance Singer (as Nicole Lackey)
Erin Mae Miller ... Temperance Singer

Lynne Valley ... Temperance Singer
Nick Diamantis ... Waiter

Michael Broussard ... Celt (uncredited)

Todd Fredericks ... Postal Worker (uncredited)

Keith Leonard ... Doorman (uncredited)

Paul Jude Letersky ... Postal Supervisor (uncredited)
Mateo Moreno ... Atlantic City Dandy (uncredited)
Lindsay Zehra Ozgunay ... Al Capone's Brothel Worker (uncredited)

David Raimo ... Postal Worker (uncredited)

Rich Rothbell ... Drunken Irishman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: Family Limitation

24 October 2010
Nucky investigates a boardwalk theft; Jimmy scores points with Johnny Torrio in Chicago; Margaret stands up to Lucy.

Steve Buscemi ... Enoch 'Nucky' Thompson

Michael Pitt ... James 'Jimmy' Darmody

Kelly Macdonald ... Margaret Schroeder

Michael Shannon ... Nelson Van Alden

Shea Whigham ... Elias 'Eli' Thompson

Aleksa Palladino ... Angela Darmody (credit only)

Michael Stuhlbarg ... Arnold Rothstein

Stephen Graham ... Al Capone

Vincent Piazza ... Lucky Luciano

Paz de la Huerta ... Lucy Danziger

Michael K. Williams ... Chalky White (credit only) (as Michael Kenneth Williams)

Anthony Laciura ... Eddie Kessler

Paul Sparks ... Mickey Doyle (credit only)

Dabney Coleman ... Commodore Louis Kaestner (credit only)

Gretchen Mol ... Gillian Darmody

Greg Antonacci ... Johnny Torrio

Edoardo Ballerini ... Ignatius D'Alessio

Dana Ivey ... Mrs. McGarry

Peter McRobbie ... Supervisor Elliot

Chris Mulkey ... Boss Frank Hague

Erik Weiner ... Agent Sebso
Bambi ... Upscale Whore #2
Johann Carlo ... Teresina Capone
Chris Cenatiempo ... Bouncer

Peter Claymore ... Grey-Haired Man
Darlinda Just Darlinda ... Upscale Whore #1

Lucy Gallina ... Emily Schroeder

Josie Gallina ... Emily Schroeder

Enid Graham ... Rose Van Alden

William Hill ... Ward Boss O'Neill

Anna Katarina ... Isabelle Jeunet

Marcella Lentz-Pope ... Mae Capone
Nicholas Alexander Martino ... Pius D'Alessio (as Nicholas Martino)
Declan McTigue ... Teddy Schroeder
Rory McTigue ... Teddy Schroeder
Mick O'Rourke ... Thug #2

Faith Sandberg ... Kitty
Kylie Sanders ... Ruby
Jodie Sanders ... Ruby
Lauren Sharpe ... Ukulele Girl
Frank Shattuck ... Charlie Sheridan
Barbara Tirrell ... Edith (as Barbra Tirrell)

Maranda Barskey ... Singing Whore
Whitney Bashor ... Coat Check Girl
Alex Eckstein ... Sonny
Ben Eckstein ... Sonny
Caleb Eckstein ... Sonny

Mat Hostetler ... Fed #1
Maggie Lakis ... Singing Whore

Kevin Nagle ... Thug #1

Megan Reinking ... Annabelle
Mattilyn Rochester ... Clara Chariton

Robert Bizik ... Brothel Customer (uncredited)

Jay Ferraro ... Firefighter (uncredited)
Graig Guggenheim ... Torio Thug (uncredited)

Brooke Hoover ... Four Deuces Prostitute (uncredited)

Nicky Julius ... Gino (uncredited)

Brady Noon ... Tommy Darmody (uncredited)

Connor Noon ... Tommy Darmody (uncredited)
Lindsay Zehra Ozgunay ... Al Capone's Brothel Worker (uncredited)

Ken Sladyk ... Gangster (uncredited)

Sarah Sugrue ... Young Girl (uncredited)

Dolores Winn ... Still Worker (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 7: Home

31 October 2010
Nucky purges some bad childhood memories; Jimmy forges a new alliance with a fellow veteran; Luciano and Meyer Lansky cut a deal with the D'Alessio brothers.

Steve Buscemi ... Enoch 'Nucky' Thompson

Michael Pitt ... James 'Jimmy' Darmody

Kelly Macdonald ... Margaret Schroeder

Michael Shannon ... Nelson Van Alden

Shea Whigham ... Elias 'Eli' Thompson

Aleksa Palladino ... Angela Darmody

Michael Stuhlbarg ... Arnold Rothstein (credit only)

Stephen Graham ... Al Capone

Vincent Piazza ... Lucky Luciano

Paz de la Huerta ... Lucy Danziger

Michael K. Williams ... Chalky White (as Michael Kenneth Williams)

Anthony Laciura ... Eddie Kessler

Paul Sparks ... Mickey Doyle

Dabney Coleman ... Commodore Louis Kaestner

Tom Aldredge ... Ethan Thompson

Michael Badalucco ... Harry Prince

Edoardo Ballerini ... Ignatius D'Alessio

Max Casella ... Leo D'Alessio

Jack Huston ... Richard Harrow

Lisa Joyce ... Mary Dittrich

Erik Weiner ... Agent Sebso

Anatol Yusef ... Meyer Lansky
Eric L. Abrams ... Jerome (as Eric Lenox Abrams)

Chase Coleman ... Billy Winslow

Chris Fischer ... Uniformed Cop

Josie Gallina ... Emily Schroeder

Lucy Gallina ... Emily Schroeder
Kevin Henderson ... Dr. Carl Surran

Al Linea ... Matteo D'Allessio
Johnnie Mae ... Louanne
Nicholas Alexander Martino ... Pius D'Alessio (as Nicholas Martino)
Rory McTigue ... Teddy Schroeder
Declan McTigue ... Teddy Schroeder
Alisa Miles (as A'lisa Miles)

Adam Mucci ... Deputy Halloran
Richard Pruitt ... Chief Sweeney

Megan Reinking ... Annabelle
Jodie Sanders ... Ruby
Kylie Sanders ... Ruby
Rob Sheridan

Dan Truman ... Waiter

Joel Van Liew ... Dr. Salt

Victor Verhaeghe ... Ward Boss Fleming

Sean Weil ... Liam
Terrence Clowe ... Jazz Dancer 605
Cicily Daniels ... Jazz Dancer 602

Queen Esther ... Jazz Dancer 604
Francesca Harper ... Jazz Dancer 608
Dameka Hayes ... Jazz Dancer 606
James Jackson Jr. ... Jazz Dancer
Gerry McIntyre ... Jazz Dancer 607
Jenelle Lynn Randall
Brian Harlan Brooks ... Jazz Dancer 603
Angela Dirksen ... Screaming Woman
Katie Klaus ... Nurse
Max Kumangai ... Jazz Dancer 609
A'Lisa Miles ... Mamie Smith

Patrick Pitu ... Duyrea Frost
Rob Sheridan ... District Attorney
Maggie Steele ... Odette
Ernest Williams Jr. ... Jazz Dancer 611
Ephraim Benton ... Baptism Boy (uncredited)

Michael Coley ... Waiter (uncredited)

John Joseph Gallagher ... Celtic (uncredited)
Clint Headley ... Churchgoer (uncredited)

Dan Marshall ... Man Chasing Hat Outside The Greasy Spoon (uncredited)

Xavier O'Connor ... Ritz Elevator Operator (uncredited)

Richard Patterson ... Chalky's Honky Tonk Guest (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 8: Hold Me in Paradise

7 November 2010
While visiting Chicago during the Republican National Convention, Nucky gets alarming news from Atlantic City.

Steve Buscemi ... Enoch 'Nucky' Thompson

Michael Pitt ... James 'Jimmy' Darmody

Kelly Macdonald ... Margaret Schroeder

Michael Shannon ... Nelson Van Alden

Shea Whigham ... Elias 'Eli' Thompson

Aleksa Palladino ... Angela Darmody

Michael Stuhlbarg ... Arnold Rothstein

Stephen Graham ... Al Capone

Vincent Piazza ... Lucky Luciano (credit only)

Paz de la Huerta ... Lucy Danziger

Michael K. Williams ... Chalky White (credit only) (as Michael Kenneth Williams)

Anthony Laciura ... Eddie Kessler

Paul Sparks ... Mickey Doyle (credit only)

Dabney Coleman ... Commodore Louis Kaestner (credit only)

Gretchen Mol ... Gillian Darmody

Greg Antonacci ... Johnny Torrio

Edoardo Ballerini ... Ignatius D'Alessio

Danny Burstein ... Lolly Steinman

Max Casella ... Leo D'Alessio

Jack Huston ... Richard Harrow

Desira Pesta ... Four Deuces Prostitute

Christopher McDonald ... Harry Daugherty

David Aaron Baker ... Bill Fallon

Geoff Pierson ... Senator Walter Edge

Robert Clohessy ... Ward Boss Neary
Daniel Cox ... Jess Smith
Donavon Dietz

Lucy Gallina ... Emily Schroeder

Josie Gallina ... Emily Schroeder

Enid Graham ... Rose Van Alden
Kevin Henderson ... Dr. Carl Surran

William Hill ... Ward Boss O'Neill

Nicky Julius ... Gino (as Nicholas Julius)

Anna Katarina ... Isabelle Jeunet
Jacqueline Knapp ... Florence Harding

Al Linea ... Matteo D'Allessio
Nicholas Alexander Martino ... Pius D'Alessio (as Nicholas Martino)
Edward McGinty ... Ward Boss Boyd
Rory McTigue ... Teddy Schroeder
Declan McTigue ... Teddy Schroeder

Adam Mucci ... Deputy Halloran

Brady Noon ... Tommy Darmody

Connor Noon ... Tommy Darmody

Megan Reinking ... Annabelle

Frank Ridley ... Conductor
Nisi Sturgis ... June Thompson

Susan Varon ... Madam Regina

Victor Verhaeghe ... Ward Boss Fleming
Anthony Cerbone ... Antonio
Malachy Cleary ... Warren G. Harding

Daniel Angus Cox ... Jess Smith (as Daniel Cox)
Christian Kauffmann ... Judge Graves
Jaqueline Knapp ... Florence Harding

Virginia Kull ... Nan Britton

Ben Livingston ... Hotel Manager

Kenn Mann ... Postal Worker

Carmine Raspaolo ... Angelo

Lynn Spencer ... Four Deuces Prostitute

Aija Terauda ... Deuces Girl (credit only)
Chris Cenatiempo ... Bouncer (uncredited)

Paul Jude Letersky ... Conventioneer (uncredited)

Pierre O'Farrell ... Conventioneer (uncredited)

Nicole Roderick ... Belle (uncredited)

Ken Sladyk ... Gangster (uncredited)

Jon Yvon ... (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 9: Belle Femme

14 November 2010
Nucky braces for war with a rival faction; Jimmy stands by his alibi; Margaret helps out Madame Jeunet.

Steve Buscemi ... Enoch 'Nucky' Thompson

Michael Pitt ... James 'Jimmy' Darmody

Kelly Macdonald ... Margaret Schroeder

Michael Shannon ... Nelson Van Alden

Shea Whigham ... Elias 'Eli' Thompson

Aleksa Palladino ... Angela Darmody

Michael Stuhlbarg ... Arnold Rothstein

Stephen Graham ... Al Capone (credit only)

Vincent Piazza ... Lucky Luciano

Paz de la Huerta ... Lucy Danziger (credit only)

Michael K. Williams ... Chalky White (credit only) (as Michael Kenneth Williams)

Anthony Laciura ... Eddie Kessler

Paul Sparks ... Mickey Doyle

Dabney Coleman ... Commodore Louis Kaestner

Gretchen Mol ... Gillian Darmody

Edoardo Ballerini ... Ignatius D'Alessio

Danny Burstein ... Lolly Steinman

Max Casella ... Leo D'Alessio

Josiah Early ... Robert Dittrich

Lisa Joyce ... Mary Dittrich

Peter McRobbie ... Supervisor Elliot

Erik Weiner ... Agent Sebso

Anatol Yusef ... Meyer Lansky

Kathy Brier ... Sophie Tucker

Karen Chmielnicki ... Maryska

Chase Coleman ... Billy Winslow

William Hill ... Ward Boss O'Neill

Anna Katarina ... Isabelle Jeunet

Virginia Kull ... Nan Britton

Al Linea ... Matteo D'Allessio
Johnnie Mae ... Louanne
Nicholas Alexander Martino ... Pius D'Alessio (as Nicholas Martino)

Tracy Middendorf ... Babbette (as Tracy Lynn Middendorf)

Adam Mucci ... Deputy Halloran

Brady Noon ... Tommy Darmody

Connor Noon ... Tommy Darmody

Kevin O'Rourke ... Edward Bader

John Rue ... Mayor Harry Bacharach

Eric Michael Roy ... Sixtus D'alessio (as Eric Schneider)

Shane Tunney ... Local

Spelman M. Beaubrun ... Zulu Warrior
Robert Lee Harvey ... Fire Juggler

Tracy Sallows ... Katheryn Bader
Don Stitt ... Barker
Henry Stram ... D.W. Fletcher

Louis Vanaria ... Lucien D'Alessio

Todd Fredericks ... Postal Worker (uncredited)

Monty Geer ... Runaway Teen (uncredited)
Vince Giordano ... Bandleader (uncredited)

Paul Jude Letersky ... Postal Supervisor (uncredited)

Dan Marshall ... Businessman Pedestrian Smoking Cigar (uncredited)

Pierre O'Farrell ... Conventioneer (uncredited)
Rich Petrillo ... Boardwalk Pedestrian (uncredited)

Nate Steinwachs ... Babbette's Patron (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 10: The Emerald City

21 November 2010
Nucky asks Margaret to toe the party line; Angela witnesses Jimmy's violent side; Capone faces a crossroads; Van Alden grapples with his emotions.

Steve Buscemi ... Enoch 'Nucky' Thompson

Michael Pitt ... James 'Jimmy' Darmody

Kelly Macdonald ... Margaret Schroeder

Michael Shannon ... Nelson Van Alden

Shea Whigham ... Elias 'Eli' Thompson (credit only)

Aleksa Palladino ... Angela Darmody

Michael Stuhlbarg ... Arnold Rothstein

Stephen Graham ... Al Capone

Vincent Piazza ... Lucky Luciano

Paz de la Huerta ... Lucy Danziger

Michael K. Williams ... Chalky White (as Michael Kenneth Williams)

Anthony Laciura ... Eddie Kessler

Paul Sparks ... Mickey Doyle

Dabney Coleman ... Commodore Louis Kaestner (credit only)

Greg Antonacci ... Johnny Torrio

Max Casella ... Leo D'Alessio

Josiah Early ... Robert Dittrich

Jack Huston ... Richard Harrow

Dana Ivey ... Mrs. McGarry

Lisa Joyce ... Mary Dittrich

Desira Pesta ... Four Deuces Prostitute

Peter McRobbie ... Supervisor Elliot

Erik Weiner ... Agent Sebso

Anatol Yusef ... Meyer Lansky
Eric L. Abrams ... Jerome (as Eric Lenox Abrams)

Joe Caniano ... Jake Guzik
Chris Cenatiempo ... Bouncer

Peter Claymore ... Grey-Haired Man

Robert Clohessy ... Ward Boss Neary

Lucy Gallina ... Emily Schroeder

Josie Gallina ... Emily Schroeder

Jack Haley ... Bartender
Jerry Hyman ... Man at Bar Mitzvah

Virginia Kull ... Nan Britton

Al Linea ... Matteo D'Allessio
Rory McTigue ... Teddy Schroeder
Declan McTigue ... Teddy Schroeder

Elli ... Rabbi Elli (as Eliezer 'Elli' Meyer)

Adam Mucci ... Deputy Halloran

Brady Noon ... Tommy Darmody

Connor Noon ... Tommy Darmody

Kevin O'Rourke ... Edward Bader

John Rue ... Mayor Harry Bacharach
Rachel Rusch ... Torrio's date

David Schallipp ... Wendell

Matthew Schallipp ... Wendell
Dan Sklar ... Rabbi Sklar (as Rabbi Dan Sklar)
Maggie Steele ... Odette

Tracy Sallows ... Katheryn Bader
Fiana Toibin ... Mrs. Neary (as Fiana Tiobin)

Louis Vanaria ... Lucien D'Alessio

Susan Wands ... Mrs. O'Neil (as Mrs. O'Neil)
Eric Brent Zutty ... Guzik's Son (as Eric Zutty)

William Hill ... Ward Boss O'Neill

Ken Sladyk ... Gangster with Torrio

Aija Terauda ... Deuces Girl (credit only)

Edoardo Ballerini ... Ignatius D'Alessio (uncredited)

Sandra Blaney ... Suffragette (uncredited)

Todd Fredericks ... Postal Worker (uncredited)

Paul Jude Letersky ... Postal Supervisor (uncredited)

Dan Marshall ... Upper-Class Pedestrian Smoking Cigar (uncredited)

Pierre O'Farrell ... Conventioneer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 11: Paris Green

28 November 2010
Nucky shakes up the status quo; Jimmy deals with some tricky family issues; Van Alden addresses Agent Sebso's "temptations."

Steve Buscemi ... Enoch 'Nucky' Thompson

Michael Pitt ... James 'Jimmy' Darmody

Kelly Macdonald ... Margaret Schroeder

Michael Shannon ... Nelson Van Alden

Shea Whigham ... Elias 'Eli' Thompson

Aleksa Palladino ... Angela Darmody

Michael Stuhlbarg ... Arnold Rothstein

Stephen Graham ... Al Capone (credit only)

Vincent Piazza ... Lucky Luciano (credit only)

Paz de la Huerta ... Lucy Danziger (credit only)

Michael K. Williams ... Chalky White (credit only) (as Michael Kenneth Williams)

Anthony Laciura ... Eddie Kessler

Paul Sparks ... Mickey Doyle (credit only)

Dabney Coleman ... Commodore Louis Kaestner

Gretchen Mol ... Gillian Darmody

Tom Aldredge ... Ethan Thompson

Michael Badalucco ... Harry Prince

Josiah Early ... Robert Dittrich

Jack Huston ... Richard Harrow

Lisa Joyce ... Mary Dittrich

Erik Weiner ... Agent Sebso

Remy Auberjonois ... Theodore Hardeen

David Aaron Baker ... Bill Fallon

Bill Buell ... Donald Flance

Robert Clohessy ... Ward Boss Neary
Deborah Collins
Kevin Henderson ... Dr. Carl Surran

William Hill ... Ward Boss O'Neill

Laura Knight ... Mrs. Fleming (as Laura Knight Keating)
Johnnie Mae ... Louanne
Edward McGinty ... Ward Boss Boyd

Adam Mucci ... Deputy Halloran

Brady Noon ... Tommy Darmody

Connor Noon ... Tommy Darmody

Kevin O'Rourke ... Edward Bader
Charleigh E. Parker ... Lady Jean

Megan Reinking ... Annabelle

Franklin Ojeda Smith ... Deacon Lemuel Cuffy

Victor Verhaeghe ... Ward Boss Fleming

Karen Walsh ... Mrs. Boyd
Max Maxy ... Deacons Assistant (as Max H. Maxy)

Todd Fredericks ... Postal Worker (uncredited)

Paul Jude Letersky ... Postal Supervisor (uncredited)

Xavier O'Connor ... Ritz Elevator Operator (uncredited)
Rich Petrillo ... Boardwalk Pedestrian (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 12: A Return to Normalcy

5 December 2010
Nucky and Atlantic City brace for change on Election Day; Torrio brokers a deal between two nemeses, with far-reaching consequences; Jimmy ponders his future, as do Margaret, Agent Van Alden and Eli.

Steve Buscemi ... Enoch 'Nucky' Thompson

Michael Pitt ... James 'Jimmy' Darmody

Kelly Macdonald ... Margaret Schroeder

Michael Shannon ... Nelson Van Alden

Shea Whigham ... Elias 'Eli' Thompson

Aleksa Palladino ... Angela Darmody

Michael Stuhlbarg ... Arnold Rothstein

Stephen Graham ... Al Capone

Vincent Piazza ... Lucky Luciano

Paz de la Huerta ... Lucy Danziger

Michael K. Williams ... Chalky White (as Michael Kenneth Williams)

Anthony Laciura ... Eddie Kessler

Paul Sparks ... Mickey Doyle (credit only)

Dabney Coleman ... Commodore Louis Kaestner

Gretchen Mol ... Gillian Darmody

Greg Antonacci ... Johnny Torrio

Jack Huston ... Richard Harrow

Max Casella ... Leo D'Alessio

Chris Mulkey ... Boss Frank Hague

Edoardo Ballerini ... Ignatius D'Alessio

Peter McRobbie ... Supervisor Elliot

Anatol Yusef ... Meyer Lansky

Remy Bennett ... Floozy
James Caufield ... Barber
Rony Clanton ... Butler

Peter Claymore ... Grey-Haired Man

Robert Clohessy ... Ward Boss Neary

Danielle Davenport ... Chalky's Date

Stephen DeRosa ... Eddie Cantor

Lucy Gallina ... Emily Schroeder

Josie Gallina ... Emily Schroeder

Craig Geraghty ... Voter #1
Vince Giordano ... Bandleader

Enid Graham ... Rose Van Alden
Kevin Henderson ... Dr. Carl Surran

William Hill ... Ward Boss O'Neill

Mat Hostetler ... Agent Keener

Virginia Kull ... Nan Britton
Gary Littman ... Radio Announcer
Johnnie Mae ... Louanne

Kenn Mann ... Postal Worker
Nicholas Alexander Martino ... Pius D'Alessio (as Nicholas Martino)
Laura Millis McClatchy ... Voter #3

Galway McCullough ... Voter #2
Edward McGinty ... Ward Boss Boyd
Rory McTigue ... Teddy Schroeder
Declan McTigue ... Teddy Schroeder

Tracy Middendorf ... Babette (as Tracy Lynn Middendorf)

Adam Mucci ... Deputy Halloran

Brady Noon ... Tommy Darmody

Connor Noon ... Tommy Darmody

Kevin O'Rourke ... Edward Bader

Megan Reinking ... Annabelle

Allen Lewis Rickman ... George Baxter

Tracy Sallows ... Kathryn Bader

Eric Michael Roy ... Sixtus D'alessio (as Eric Schneider)
Samuel Taylor ... Paddy Ryan
Fiana Toibin ... Mrs. Neary (as Fiana Tiobin)

Victor Verhaeghe ... Ward Boss Fleming

Susan Wands ... Mrs. O'Neil
Mark Manley ... Babette's Dancer #6
Noah Racey ... Babette's Dancer #7

Felicity Stiverson ... Babette's Dancer #5
Amanda Suchy ... Babette's Dancer #2
William Ward ... Will (as Will)
Adam Zotovich ... Babette's Dancer #3

George Aloi ... Bill
Costa Nicolas ... Rocko

Peter Riga ... Reporter at News Conference

Carmella Stolyar ... Deuces girl

Aija Terauda ... Deuces Girl (credit only)

Laura Dooling ... Cigarette Girl (uncredited)

Jonathan Dwyer ... Hotel Patron (uncredited)

Todd Fredericks ... Postal Worker (uncredited)

Matt Giroveanu ... Press Photographer (uncredited)

Zac Henry ... Delivery Driver (uncredited)

Kimberly Huston ... Babbette's Guest (uncredited)

Frosty Lawson ... Bandleader / Trombone Player (uncredited)

Paul Jude Letersky ... Babette's Patron (uncredited)
Eddie Noone ... FBI Applicant (uncredited)

Xavier O'Connor ... Ritz Elevator Operator (uncredited)

Pierre O'Farrell ... Conventioneer (uncredited)

Mark Perrone ... Reveler (uncredited)
Rich Petrillo ... Babettes Guest (uncredited)

Lizzy Plimpton ... Boss Frank Hague's Date (uncredited)
Ann Marie Seall ... Upper-Class Babette (uncredited)
Doug Sheppard ... Babette's Dancer #4 (uncredited)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: 21

25 September 2011
Nucky is rocked by an insurrection among his inner circle; Chalky's life and livelihood are threatened by a vicious KKK attack; Margaret copes with her son's disciplinary problems; Angela vies with Gillian for Jimmy's affections at home; Van Alden shows his wife Rose around town as an anniversary present.

Steve Buscemi ... Enoch 'Nucky' Thompson

Michael Pitt ... James 'Jimmy' Darmody

Kelly Macdonald ... Margaret Schroeder

Michael Shannon ... Nelson Van Alden

Shea Whigham ... Elias 'Eli' Thompson

Aleksa Palladino ... Angela Darmody

Michael Stuhlbarg ... Arnold Rothstein (credit only)

Stephen Graham ... Al Capone

Vincent Piazza ... Lucky Luciano (credit only)

Paz de la Huerta ... Lucy Danziger

Michael K. Williams ... Chalky White (as Michael Kenneth Williams)

Anthony Laciura ... Eddie Kessler

Paul Sparks ... Mickey Doyle (credit only)

Jack Huston ... Richard Harrow

Gretchen Mol ... Gillian Darmody

Dabney Coleman ... Commodore Louis Kaestner

Dominic Chianese ... Leander Cephas Whitlock

Greg Antonacci ... Johnny Torrio

Enid Graham ... Rose Van Alden

Robert Clohessy ... Ward Boss Neary

William Hill ... Ward Boss O'Neil

Kevin O'Rourke ... Edward Bader

Victor Verhaeghe ... Ward Boss Fleming

Glenn Fleshler ... George Remus

Bill Sage ... Solomon Bishop

Joseph Aniska ... Agent Sawicki

Matty Blake ... State Trooper

John Bolton ... Carl Switzer

Joel Brady ... Agent Clarkson
Rony Clanton ... Butler

Justiin A. Davis ... Lester White (as Justiin Davis)

Lucy Gallina ... Emily Schroeder

Josie Gallina ... Emily Schroeder

Marceline Hugot ... Sister Bernice

John Keating ... Ernie Moran

Heather Lind ... Katy

Eddie Manley ... John Wright (as Edward Manley)
Edward McGinty ... Ward Boss Boyd
Rory McTigue ... Teddy Schroeder
Declan McTigue ... Teddy Schroeder

Tracy Middendorf ... Babbette (as Tracy Lynn Middendorf)

Brady Noon ... Tommy Darmody

Connor Noon ... Tommy Darmody

Franklin Ojeda Smith ... Deacon Lemuel Cuffy

Natalie Wachen ... Lenore White
Kathryn Avery ... Dancer #1
Leslie Flesner ... Dancer #2

Kate Harpootlian ... Dancer #3
Sarah Skogland ... Dancer #4

Emily Tyra ... Dancer #5

Jim Dykes ... High Roller

Ella Jane New ... Odette

Robyn Young ... Floozy

Lee Cunningham ... Van Alden's Neighbor (uncredited)
Michael Dean ... State Investigator (uncredited)
Gray Ellis ... Angry Church Member (uncredited)

Paul Jude Letersky ... Angry Church Member (uncredited)

Ron Maestri ... Municipal Worker (uncredited)

Raymond Mamrak ... Church Patron (uncredited)

Dartel McRae ... Church Member (uncredited)

Xavier O'Connor ... Ritz Elevator Operator (uncredited)
McKenzie Shea ... Deuces Girl (uncredited)

Tom Stratford ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: Ourselves Alone

2 October 2011
Concerned about losing his grip on Atlantic City, Nucky deliberates a counter-move while trying to learn who in his inner circle betrayed him. As agents scour the Treasurer's office for incriminating evidence, Margaret strikes a pose from the past to help Nucky avoid further trouble in the present. In New York, Arnold Rothstein puts Jimmy on hold, but Meyer Lansky and Lucky Luciano loom as possible trading partners. Chalky is badgered in prison by Dunn Purnsley, a fellow inmate with an ax to grind; Owen Sleater, an advance man for Irish nationalist John McGarrigle, scouts the Thompson residence; the Commodore introduces Eli to "the men who made this city."

Steve Buscemi ... Enoch 'Nucky' Thompson

Michael Pitt ... James 'Jimmy' Darmody

Kelly Macdonald ... Margaret Schroeder

Michael Shannon ... Nelson Van Alden (credit only)

Shea Whigham ... Elias 'Eli' Thompson

Aleksa Palladino ... Angela Darmody (credit only)

Michael Stuhlbarg ... Arnold Rothstein

Stephen Graham ... Al Capone (credit only)

Vincent Piazza ... Lucky Luciano

Paz de la Huerta ... Lucy Danziger (credit only)

Michael K. Williams ... Chalky White (as Michael Kenneth Williams)

Anthony Laciura ... Eddie Kessler

Paul Sparks ... Mickey Doyle (credit only)

Jack Huston ... Richard Harrow (credit only)

Gretchen Mol ... Gillian Darmody (credit only)

Dabney Coleman ... Commodore Louis Kaestner

Dominic Chianese ... Leander Cephas Whitlock

Charlie Cox ... Owen Slater
Ted Rooney ... John McGarrigle

Erik LaRay Harvey ... Dunn Purnsley

Anatol Yusef ... Meyer Lansky

Robert Clohessy ... Ward Boss Neary

William Hill ... Ward Boss O'Neil

Kevin O'Rourke ... Edward Bader

Victor Verhaeghe ... Ward Boss Fleming

Barthelemy Atsin ... Noah Hookway
Steven L. Barron ... Reporter #1 (as Steven Barron)
Jonathan Baston ... Cornelius

John Cenatiempo ... Scarpelli
Rony Clanton ... Butler

Alex Cranmer ... Talmer
Thomas Endres ... Philadelphia Enquirer Reporter

Lucy Gallina ... Emily Schroeder

Josie Gallina ... Emily Schroeder

Truck Hudson ... Timothy

John Keating ... Ernie Moran
Rob Kramer ... Player #1

Heather Lind ... Katy

Mario Macaluso ... Incrocci
Michael McEachran
Edward McGinty ... Ward Boss Boyd
Declan McTigue ... Teddy Schroeder
Rory McTigue ... Teddy Schroeder

Jack Moran Jr. ... Sheriff Deputy #1 (as Jack E. Moran)
Jeff Norris ... Sheriff Deputy #2

Jacqueline Pennewill ... Lillian

Don Puglisi ... Poker Player

Bill Sage ... Solomon Bishop
Omar Scroggins ... Harold C. Madison
Samuel Taylor ... Paddy Ryan

Joseph Tudisco ... Player #2

Peter Van Wagner ... Isaac Ginsburg

Natalie Wachen ... Lenore White

Amy Warren ... Pauline

Michael Zegen ... Benny Siegel
Ian Bonner ... Working Class Thug (uncredited)

Tom Stratford ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 3: A Dangerous Maid

9 October 2011
With the Commodore using his Coast Guard connections to put the squeeze on Atlantic City's liquor shipments, Nucky reaches out to Washington's new Attorney General, Harry Daugherty, to return a political favor. In an effort to prove his worth, Owen intervenes on a delivery intended for struggling casino operator Lolly Steinman. Two sets of dinner guests clash at Babette's; Margaret sheds her pretense with Katy and the household staff; Lucy chafes at her enforced loneliness.

Season 2, Episode 4: What Does the Bee Do?

16 October 2011
At a birthday party for Mayor Bader, Nucky's attorney has a legal brainstorm that could turn the tide in Nuck's election-rigging case. Facing a local liquor surplus, Jimmy and Mickey head to Philadelphia in search of buyers, while Nucky strikes an unlikely deal to get booze into Atlantic City. Eli frets over the Commodore's ability to lead; Margaret doles out staff bonuses; Chalky is cornered at work and at home; Owen puts his munitions expertise to work; Van Alden's agents target Mickey's warehouse; Richard lets down his guard in the name of art; Gillian recalls her "first time" with the Commodore.

Steve Buscemi ... Enoch 'Nucky' Thompson

Michael Pitt ... James 'Jimmy' Darmody

Kelly Macdonald ... Margaret Schroeder

Michael Shannon ... Nelson Van Alden

Shea Whigham ... Elias 'Eli' Thompson

Aleksa Palladino ... Angela Darmody

Michael Stuhlbarg ... Arnold Rothstein

Stephen Graham ... Al Capone (credit only)

Vincent Piazza ... Lucky Luciano

Paz de la Huerta ... Lucy Danziger (credit only)

Michael K. Williams ... Chalky White (as Michael Kenneth Williams)

Anthony Laciura ... Eddie Kessler

Paul Sparks ... Mickey Doyle

Jack Huston ... Richard Harrow

Gretchen Mol ... Gillian Darmody

Dabney Coleman ... Commodore Louis Kaestner

Charlie Cox ... Owen Slater

William Forsythe ... Manny Horvitz

Enid Graham ... Rose Van Alden

Chris Mulkey ... Boss Frank Hague

Jennifer Ferrin ... Carolyn Rothstein

Kevin O'Rourke ... Edward Bader

Victor Verhaeghe ... Ward Boss Fleming

Anatol Yusef ... Meyer Lansky

Sidné Anderson ... Demanding Mother

Joseph Aniska ... Agent Sawicki
Marilyn Sue Perry ... Mrs. Mayhew (as Marilyn Berry)

Joel Brady ... Agent Clarkson

Pearce Bunting ... Bill McCoy

Justiin A. Davis ... Lester White (as Justiin Davis)

Lucy Gallina ... Emily Schroeder

Josie Gallina ... Emily Schroeder

Devin Harjes ... Jack Dempsey
Kevin Henderson ... Dr. Carl Surran
Tyrone Mitchell Henderson ... Wilfred

Christina Jackson ... Maybelle White

Skai Jackson ... Adeline White

John Keating ... Ernie Moran
Rege Lewis ... Travis Elkins

Heather Lind ... Katy
Declan McTigue ... Teddy Schroeder
Rory McTigue ... Teddy Schroeder

Nneoma Nkuku ... Aphra Tyson

Brady Noon ... Tommy Darmody

Connor Noon ... Tommy Darmody

Jacqueline Pennewill ... Lillian
Ty Robinson ... Samuel Crawford (as Ty Michael Robinson)

Bill Sage ... Solomon Bishop

Solomon Shiv ... Herman Kaufman
Megan Sikora ... Dominatrix

Franklin Ojeda Smith ... Deacon Lemuel Cuffy

Peter Van Wagner ... Isaac Ginsburg

Natalie Wachen ... Lenore White

Amy Warren ... Pauline

Linda Thompson Williams ... Widow

DeWanda Wise ... Henny Walker

Michael Zegen ... Benny Siegel
Ian Bonner ... Working Class Thug (uncredited)

J.J. Pyle ... Prostitute #3 (uncredited)

Tom Stratford ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 5: Gimcrack and Bunkum

23 October 2011
After paying lip service to his enemies, Nucky introduces a surprise guest speaker at a Memorial Day dedication for war veterans. With his options dwindling, Eli questions his allegiances, but ends up digging himself a deeper hole. Nucky gets a new lawyer; Jimmy is taught a painful lesson by a Commodore crony; Richard goes hunting deep in the forest.

Steve Buscemi ... Enoch 'Nucky' Thompson

Michael Pitt ... James 'Jimmy' Darmody

Kelly Macdonald ... Margaret Schroeder

Michael Shannon ... Nelson Van Alden (credit only)

Shea Whigham ... Elias 'Eli' Thompson

Aleksa Palladino ... Angela Darmody

Michael Stuhlbarg ... Arnold Rothstein (credit only)

Stephen Graham ... Al Capone (credit only)

Vincent Piazza ... Lucky Luciano (credit only)

Paz de la Huerta ... Lucy Danziger (credit only)

Michael K. Williams ... Chalky White (credit only) (as Michael Kenneth Williams)

Anthony Laciura ... Eddie Kessler

Paul Sparks ... Mickey Doyle (credit only)

Jack Huston ... Richard Harrow

Gretchen Mol ... Gillian Darmody

Dabney Coleman ... Commodore Louis Kaestner (credit only)

Dominic Chianese ... Leander Cephas Whitlock

Charlie Cox ... Owen Slater

Christopher McDonald ... Harry Daugherty
Richard Easton ... Jackson Parkhurst

Robert Clohessy ... Ward Boss Neary

William Hill ... Ward Boss O'Neil

Heather Lind ... Katy

Adam Mucci ... Deputy Halloran

Kevin O'Rourke ... Edward Bader

Victor Verhaeghe ... Ward Boss Fleming

Bill Camp ... Glenmore
Todd Davis ... Alexander
Todd Davis
Jon DeVries ... Pete

Lucy Gallina ... Emily Schroeder

Josie Gallina ... Emily Schroeder
Leslie Henstock ... Hooker 1

Ed Jewett ... Jess Smith
T.J. Kenneally ... Charles Kenneth Thorogood
Edmund Genest ... Mr. Markham (as Edmond Genest)
Martin LaPlatney ... Mr. Darlington
Edward McGinty ... Ward Boss Boyd
Declan McTigue ... Teddy Schroeder
Rory McTigue ... Teddy Schroeder

Tom Morrissey ... Mr. Webber

Brady Noon ... Tommy Darmody

Connor Noon ... Tommy Darmody

Jacqueline Pennewill ... Lillian
Tom Toner ... Mr. Ennis

Peter Van Wagner ... Isaac Ginsburg

Brandon Zumsteg ... Brian Thompson

Laura Butler ... World War I Wife

David C. Roehm Sr. ... Civil War Veteran
Kevin M. Costello ... WWI Veteran (uncredited)

Tom Stratford ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 6: The Age of Reason

30 October 2011
Lucy's water breaks and labor starts; guilt overpowers Van Alden while at the hospital. Nucky's racketeering case gets sent to federal court where someone uses a New Jersey senator to pull some strings. Having reached the age of reason, Margaret's son makes his first confession, and the priest wants her to set an example; Nucky warns her not to trust the sanctity of the confessional. Owen's cheekiness seems limitless. Jimmy spots Manny's lieutenant on the boardwalk with Nucky; a series of crosses, double-crosses, and confrontations follow.

Steve Buscemi ... Enoch 'Nucky' Thompson

Michael Pitt ... James 'Jimmy' Darmody

Kelly Macdonald ... Margaret Schroeder

Michael Shannon ... Nelson Van Alden

Shea Whigham ... Elias 'Eli' Thompson (credit only)

Aleksa Palladino ... Angela Darmody

Michael Stuhlbarg ... Arnold Rothstein

Stephen Graham ... Al Capone (credit only)

Vincent Piazza ... Lucky Luciano

Paz de la Huerta ... Lucy Danziger

Michael K. Williams ... Chalky White (as Michael Kenneth Williams)

Anthony Laciura ... Eddie Kessler

Paul Sparks ... Mickey Doyle (credit only)

Jack Huston ... Richard Harrow

Gretchen Mol ... Gillian Darmody

Dabney Coleman ... Commodore Louis Kaestner

Dominic Chianese ... Leander Cephas Whitlock

Charlie Cox ... Owen Slater

William Forsythe ... Manny Horvitz

Christopher McDonald ... Harry Daugherty

Geoff Pierson ... Senator Walter Edge

Enid Graham ... Rose Van Alden

Peter McRobbie ... Supervisor Elliot
Michael Cumpsty ... Father Ed Brennan

Glenn Fleshler ... George Remus

Nick Sandow ... Waxey Gordon

Anatol Yusef ... Meyer Lansky

Brad Aldous ... Photographer

Joseph Aniska ... Agent Sawicki
Angelo Berkowitz ... Lansky's Driver

Kate Boyer ... Redhead

Katy Boyer (as Kate Boyer)

Joel Brady ... Agent Clarkson

Pearce Bunting ... Bill McCoy
Rony Clanton ... Butler

Lucy Gallina ... Emily Schroeder

Josie Gallina ... Emily Schroeder

Heather Lind ... Katy

Edward James Hyland ... Judge Ketchum

Ed Jewett ... Jess Smith
T.J. Kenneally ... Charles Kenneth Thorogood

McKenna Kerrigan ... Nurse

John Mainieri ... Brighton Hotel Manager

Brady Noon ... Tommy Darmody

Connor Noon ... Tommy Darmody
Declan McTigue ... Teddy Schroeder
Rory McTigue ... Teddy Schroeder

Jacqueline Pennewill ... Lillian
Julian Rozzell Jr. ... Harlan (as Julian Rozzel)

Bill Sage ... George Bishop

Solomon Shiv ... Herman Kaufman

Peter Van Wagner ... Isaac Ginsburg

Estelle Bajou ... Hooker
Ethan Grant ... Belfast Man (uncredited)

Julian Murdoch ... Church Boy (uncredited)

Xavier O'Connor ... Ritz Elevator Operator (uncredited)

Tom Stratford ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 7: Peg of Old

6 November 2011
Margaret goes to Brooklyn to visit her brother, his wife, and her three younger sisters. The reception is mixed. Jimmy and his team have a sit-down to talk about Nucky; Eli wants Nucky shot. What will Jimmy decide? Al offers to make a call to Chicago. Val Alden arrives at his office to find that his desk has been taken over by a women from the DOJ investigating the now-federal charges against Nucky. Lucy takes the baby to see Nucky who makes a call to Van Alden.

Steve Buscemi ... Enoch 'Nucky' Thompson

Michael Pitt ... James 'Jimmy' Darmody

Kelly Macdonald ... Margaret Schroeder

Michael Shannon ... Nelson Van Alden

Shea Whigham ... Elias 'Eli' Thompson

Aleksa Palladino ... Angela Darmody (credit only)

Michael Stuhlbarg ... Arnold Rothstein (credit only)

Stephen Graham ... Al Capone

Vincent Piazza ... Lucky Luciano

Paz de la Huerta ... Lucy Danziger

Michael K. Williams ... Chalky White (credit only) (as Michael Kenneth Williams)

Anthony Laciura ... Eddie Kessler

Paul Sparks ... Mickey Doyle

Jack Huston ... Richard Harrow

Gretchen Mol ... Gillian Darmody

Dabney Coleman ... Commodore Louis Kaestner (credit only)

Charlie Cox ... Owen Slater

Julianne Nicholson ... Esther Randolph

Tony Curran ... Eamonn Rohan

Robert Clohessy ... Alderman Jim Neary

Kevin O'Rourke ... Edward Bader

Anatol Yusef ... Meyer Lansky

Nadia Alexander ... Bethany Rohan
David K. Anderson

Joseph Aniska ... Agent Stan Sawicki
Curt Bouril ... Clifford Lathrop
Bob Braswell ... Pratt

Ralph Byers ... Jack 'Doc' Kearns

Laurie Dawn ... Freida Short
Thomas Endres ... Philadelphia Enquirer Reporter
Shannon Garland ... Nuala Rohan

Devin Harjes ... Jack Dempsey
Mark Havlis ... Cab Driver (as Mark Halvis)

Emma Kenney ... Aylesh Rohan
Dave Konig ... Reporter 1

Olan Montgomery ... Irish Bartender Principal

Nic Novicki ... Carl Heely
Thomas Philip O'Neill ... Halsey

Jacqueline Pennewill ... Lillian

Tony Rossi ... Reporter 2
Gary Troy ... Del Grogan

Peter Van Wagner ... Isaac Ginsburg

David Campbell ... Eli's Deputy #3

Lauren A. Kennedy ... Irish Immigrant (as Lauren Ashleigh)

Carolina Santos Read ... Cigarette Girl in Babette's Supper Club
Matt Benincasa ... Boxing Fan (uncredited)

Danielle DeSantis ... Irish Girl (uncredited)

Raymond Mamrak ... Laborer (uncredited)

Booch O'Connell ... Irish Girl (uncredited)

Chloe Elaine Scharf ... Irish Girl (uncredited)
Meagan Weiden ... Irish Girl (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 8: Two Boats and a Lifeguard

13 November 2011
Nucky's father dies, prompting Nucky's reflections on life's priorities. He asks Margaret's children to call him dad, he goes to Jimmy and the Commodore with a stunning announcement, and he tells Owen he's going to Ireland. Behind the scenes, it's unclear if this is a conversion or a new ploy: Nucky encourages Chalky to call a strike of the Black workforce in the middle of tourist season, and Eli warns Jimmy that Nucky's smarter than any of them. Angela learns more about Jimmy's work and, at the shore, meets a liberated woman from San Francisco. Van Alden hires a nanny for Abigale.

Steve Buscemi ... Enoch 'Nucky' Thompson

Michael Pitt ... James 'Jimmy' Darmody

Kelly Macdonald ... Margaret Schroeder

Michael Shannon ... Nelson Van Alden

Shea Whigham ... Elias 'Eli' Thompson

Aleksa Palladino ... Angela Darmody

Michael Stuhlbarg ... Arnold Rothstein

Stephen Graham ... Al Capone

Vincent Piazza ... Lucky Luciano

Paz de la Huerta ... Lucy Danziger (credit only)

Michael K. Williams ... Chalky White (as Michael Kenneth Williams)

Anthony Laciura ... Eddie Kessler

Paul Sparks ... Mickey Doyle

Jack Huston ... Richard Harrow

Gretchen Mol ... Gillian Darmody

Dabney Coleman ... Commodore Louis Kaestner

Dominic Chianese ... Leander Cephas Whitlock

Charlie Cox ... Owen Slater

William Forsythe ... Manny Horvitz

Julianne Nicholson ... Esther Randolph

Tom Aldredge ... Ethan Thompson

Greg Antonacci ... Johnny Torrio

Robert Clohessy ... Jim Neary

Glenn Fleshler ... George Remus

Anatol Yusef ... Meyer Lansky

Happy Anderson ... Waiter

Joseph Aniska ... Agent Sawicki
Curt Bouril ... Clifford Lathrop

Clark Carmichael ... Armory guardsman

Kevin Carolan ... Boardwalk Barker
Rony Clanton ... Butler

Peter Claymore ... Grey-Haired Man

Jonathan Dickson ... Delivery Guy
Robert Dorfman ... Max Hirsch

Moira Driscoll ... Beach matron

Josie Gallina ... Emily Schroeder

Lucy Gallina ... Emily Schroeder
Kevin Henderson ... Dr. Carl Surran

Heather Lind ... Katy

Andrew MacLarty ... Elevator operator
Edward McGinty ... Ward Boss Boyd
Declan McTigue ... Teddy Schroeder
Rory McTigue ... Teddy Schroeder
Spencer Moses ... Ukulele player

Cliff Moylan ... Beach guard

Brady Noon ... Tommy Darmody

Connor Noon ... Tommy Darmody
Thomas Philip O'Neill ... Halsey

Charlie Plummer ... Michael Thompson

Christiane Seidel ... Sigrid

Kristen Sieh ... Louise
Nisi Sturgis ... June Thompson
Samuel Taylor ... Paddy Ryan
David L. Townsend ... Arthur Lasch

Peter Van Wagner ... Isaac Ginsburg

Brandon Zumsteg ... Brian Thompson
Kathryn Avery ... Dancer #1
Drew Humphrey ... Babette's Dancer
Jennifer Bowles ... Babette's Dancer

Kate Harpootlian ... Dancer #3
Mark Manley ... Babette's Dancer

Dieter Riesle ... Babette's Dancer
Frank Root ... Babette's Dancer
Doug Sheppard

Felicity Stiverson ... Babette's Dancer

Emily Tyra ... Dancer #5
William Ward ... Babette's Dancer

Matthew Broadley ... Patrick Thompson

David Campbell ... Eli's Deputy #3
Andrew Parker Greenwood ... Patricia Patrick

Frank L. Messina ... Gladhandler

Alessandro Nicolaci ... Lifeguard

Ray DeForest ... Drag Queen Fortune Teller (uncredited)

Madeline Getty ... Eli Thompson's Daughter (uncredited)
Joseph Leinwand ... Beach goer (uncredited)

Jennifer Lynn Tune ... Babette's Dancer (uncredited)

Raymond Mamrak ... Dock Worker (uncredited)

Peter Riga ... Fire Chief (Dream Sequences) (uncredited)
McKenzie Shea ... Deuces Girl (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 9: Battle of the Century

20 November 2011
Nucky arrives in Belfast with a coffin; he's come to bury his father. While there, he meets with John McGarrigle to make an offer. McGarrigle balks at doing business with Nucky and may favor a deal with the Brits. At home, Emily has fallen ill. Jimmy serves up Manny Horvitz to Waxey Gordon. Chalky gives the word for Black workers to walk off their jobs. U.S. Assistant District Attorney Esther Randolph is interested in Nucky's father's funeral, and with Jimmy in the radio audience, Jack Dempsey enters the fourth round of his fight against Georges Carpentier. Is Jimmy Nucky's Carpentier or is Randolph Nucky's Dempsey?

Steve Buscemi ... Enoch 'Nucky' Thompson

Michael Pitt ... James 'Jimmy' Darmody

Kelly Macdonald ... Margaret Schroeder

Michael Shannon ... Nelson Van Alden (credit only)

Shea Whigham ... Elias 'Eli' Thompson

Aleksa Palladino ... Angela Darmody (credit only)

Michael Stuhlbarg ... Arnold Rothstein (credit only)

Stephen Graham ... Al Capone

Vincent Piazza ... Lucky Luciano

Paz de la Huerta ... Lucy Danziger (credit only)

Michael K. Williams ... Chalky White (as Michael Kenneth Williams)

Anthony Laciura ... Eddie Kessler (credit only)

Paul Sparks ... Mickey Doyle

Jack Huston ... Richard Harrow

Gretchen Mol ... Gillian Darmody (credit only)

Dabney Coleman ... Commodore Louis Kaestner

Charlie Cox ... Owen Slater

William Forsythe ... Manny Horvitz

Julianne Nicholson ... Esther Randolph

Erik LaRay Harvey ... Dunn Purnsley (as Eric LaRay Harvey)
Ted Rooney ... John McGarrigle

Robert Clohessy ... Alderman Jim Neary

Glenn Fleshler ... George Remus

Adam Mucci ... Deputy Halloran

Nick Sandow ... Waxey Gordon

Anatol Yusef ... Meyer Lansky
Spencer Aste ... Customs Official
Curt Bouril ... Clifford Lathrop
Peter Bradbury ... Kitchen Manager

Scott Burik ... Alfred Gordetsky

Samuel Ray Gates ... Franklin

Lucy Gallina ... Emily Schroeder

Josie Gallina ... Emily Schroeder
Richardson Desil ... Senior kitchen worker
Michael Halsey ... Bill Neilan

Brittney Lee Hamilton ... Star
Joel Hatch ... Dr. Edward Holt
Kevin Henderson ... Dr. Carl Surran
Angus Hepburn ... Daniel Fitzgerald
Rege Lewis ... Travis Elkins

Heather Lind ... Katy
Christopher McCann ... Mortician
Edwin McDonough ... Priest
Declan McTigue ... Teddy Schroeder
Rory McTigue ... Teddy Schroeder

Daniel O'Shea ... Irish farm owner

Jacqueline Pennewill ... Lillian

Charlie Plummer ... Michael Thompson

Laine Rettmer ... Star's friend

Ivan Sandomire ... Butcher Shop Customer
Isaiah Stokes ... Louis
Nisi Sturgis ... June Thompson
Lee Summers ... Otis
Justin Swain ... Patrick

Amy Warren ... Pauline

Terence Winter ... Radio commentator (as Terence Patrick Winter)

Brandon Zumsteg ... Brian Thompson

David Campbell ... Eli's Deputy #3
Jim Dolan ... Western Union Messenger

Frank L. Messina ... Gladhandler

Carolina Santos Read ... Cigarette Girl in Babette's Supper Club

Matthew Broadley ... Patrick Thompson (uncredited)

Madeline Getty ... Eli Thompson's Daughter (uncredited)

Johnathan Hallgrey ... Kitchen Rioter / Hotel Protester (uncredited)
Derek Michaels ... Senator (uncredited)

Booch O'Connell ... Irish Girl (uncredited)
Jeffrey D. Petrauskas ... Irish Boy (uncredited)
Meagan Weiden ... Irish Girl (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 10: Georgia Peaches

27 November 2011
Offerings accepted or spurned: after club-wielding thugs fail to bring the striking Black workers back to their jobs, Jimmy asks Chalky for his demands; Jimmy sends Mickey to pay his debt to Manny with whiskey; Margaret shows her devotion to the Church in hopes that Emily will walk again. Nucky fires his lawyer and goes to New York City to hire a new one; Esther Randolph rehearses Van Alden for his testimony; Raymond places a call; and, Angela tells Jimmy a joke before inviting him to bed.

Steve Buscemi ... Enoch 'Nucky' Thompson

Michael Pitt ... James 'Jimmy' Darmody

Kelly Macdonald ... Margaret Schroeder

Michael Shannon ... Nelson Van Alden

Shea Whigham ... Elias 'Eli' Thompson

Aleksa Palladino ... Angela Darmody

Michael Stuhlbarg ... Arnold Rothstein

Stephen Graham ... Al Capone

Vincent Piazza ... Lucky Luciano

Paz de la Huerta ... Lucy Danziger (credit only)

Michael K. Williams ... Chalky White (as Michael Kenneth Williams)

Anthony Laciura ... Eddie Kessler

Paul Sparks ... Mickey Doyle

Jack Huston ... Richard Harrow

Gretchen Mol ... Gillian Darmody (credit only)

Dabney Coleman ... Commodore Louis Kaestner

Dominic Chianese ... Leander Cephas Whitlock

Charlie Cox ... Owen Slater

William Forsythe ... Manny Horvitz

Julianne Nicholson ... Esther Randolph

Erik LaRay Harvey ... Dunn Purnsley

Robert Clohessy ... Ward Boss Neary

Adam Mucci ... Deputy Halloran

Kevin O'Rourke ... Edward Bader
Michael Cumpsty ... Father Brennan

Anatol Yusef ... Meyer Lansky
Curt Bouril ... Clifford Lathrop

David Aaron Baker ... Bill Fallon
Peter Bradbury ... Kitchen Manager
Craig Bockhorn ... Businessman #2
Rony Clanton ... Butler
Helmar Augustus Cooper ... Pastor

Lucy Gallina ... Emily Schroeder

Josie Gallina ... Emily Schroeder
Joel Hatch ... Dr. Edward Holt
Rory McTigue ... Teddy Schroeder
Declan McTigue ... Teddy Schroeder

Tracy Middendorf ... Babbette (as Tracy Lynn Middendorf)
Thomas Philip O'Neill ... Halsey

Jimmy Palumbo ... Businessman #3

Scott Robertson ... Businessman #1
Julian Rozzell Jr. ... Harlan (as Julian Rozzel)

Christiane Seidel ... Sigrid

Kristen Sieh ... Louise

Joseph Sikora ... Hans Schroeder (as Joe Sikora)

Peter Van Wagner ... Isaac Ginsburg
Connie Watkins ... Housekeeper

David Campbell ... Eli's Deputy #3

Aaron J. Savage ... Protester

Season 2, Episode 11: Under God's Power She Flourishes

4 December 2011
A series of flashbacks dramatizes Jimmy's meeting Angela at Princeton and explains his dropping out to fight the Kaiser. Mickey hopes to inveigle Van Alden into a raid, Margaret's new-found sense of sin and God's retribution gets a rise out of Nucky, and Jimmy's mother finds new ways to be destructive.

Steve Buscemi ... Enoch 'Nucky' Thompson

Michael Pitt ... James 'Jimmy' Darmody

Kelly Macdonald ... Margaret Schroeder

Michael Shannon ... Nelson Van Alden

Shea Whigham ... Elias 'Eli' Thompson

Aleksa Palladino ... Angela Darmody

Michael Stuhlbarg ... Arnold Rothstein (credit only)

Stephen Graham ... Al Capone

Vincent Piazza ... Lucky Luciano

Paz de la Huerta ... Lucy Danziger (credit only)

Michael K. Williams ... Chalky White (credit only) (as Michael Kenneth Williams)

Anthony Laciura ... Eddie Kessler

Paul Sparks ... Mickey Doyle

Jack Huston ... Richard Harrow

Gretchen Mol ... Gillian Darmody

Dabney Coleman ... Commodore Louis Kaestner

Charlie Cox ... Owen Slater

Julianne Nicholson ... Esther Randolph
Michael Cumpsty ... Father Ed Brennan

Anatol Yusef ... Meyer Lansky

Gabriel Olds ... Noel Pearson

Joseph Aniska ... Agent Sawicki

David Aaron Baker ... Bill Fallon
Curt Bouril ... Clifford Lathrop

Will Cart ... Martin Sharpe

Pierce Cravens ... Cal Widdecombe (as William Pierce Cravens)
Benjamin Forster ... Carruthers (as Ben Forster)

Lucy Gallina ... Emily Schroeder

Josie Gallina ... Emily Schroeder

Joseph Harrell ... Jail guard
Joel Hatch ... Dr. Edward Holt
Jeb Kreager ... Army recruiter

Heather Lind ... Katy

Randall Newsome ... Douglas Wallbridge

Brady Noon ... Tommy Darmody

Connor Noon ... Tommy Darmody
Patrick Holden O'Neill ... Tom (as Patrick O'Neill)
Thomas Philip O'Neill ... Halsey
Dustin Olson ... Sheriff's deputy
Julian Rozzell Jr. ... Harlan (as Julian Rozzel)

Christiane Seidel ... Sigrid

Franklin Ojeda Smith ... Deacon Lemuel Cuffy
Lucas Wells ... LeBaron

Steve Triebes ... WWI Recruitment Officer

Jonathan Weisbrod ... Princeton Student

Season 2, Episode 12: To the Lost

11 December 2011
With Nucky's trial looming, Jimmy looks to make amends. After weighing an offer from Esther Randolph, Margaret makes a decision that will change the course of her future... and Nucky's future, too.

Steve Buscemi ... Enoch 'Nucky' Thompson

Michael Pitt ... James 'Jimmy' Darmody

Kelly Macdonald ... Margaret Schroeder

Michael Shannon ... Nelson Van Alden

Shea Whigham ... Elias 'Eli' Thompson

Aleksa Palladino ... Angela Darmody (credit only)

Michael Stuhlbarg ... Arnold Rothstein

Stephen Graham ... Al Capone (credit only)

Vincent Piazza ... Lucky Luciano

Paz de la Huerta ... Lucy Danziger (credit only)

Michael K. Williams ... Chalky White (as Michael Kenneth Williams)

Anthony Laciura ... Eddie Kessler

Paul Sparks ... Mickey Doyle

Jack Huston ... Richard Harrow

Gretchen Mol ... Gillian Darmody

Dabney Coleman ... Commodore Louis Kaestner (credit only)

Dominic Chianese ... Leander Cephas Whitlock

Charlie Cox ... Owen Slater

William Forsythe ... Manny Horvitz

Julianne Nicholson ... Esther Randolph

Erik LaRay Harvey ... Dunn Purnsley

Robert Clohessy ... Ward Boss Neary

Kevin O'Rourke ... Edward Bader

Victor Verhaeghe ... Ward Boss Fleming
Michael Cumpsty ... Father Ed Brennan

Adam Mucci ... Deputy Halloran

Anatol Yusef ... Meyer Lansky

David Aaron Baker ... Bill Fallon

Denny Bess ... Interrogated Klansman (as Denny Dale Bess)
Donté Bonner ... Chalky's Man #1
Charlotte Booker ... Cicero Landlady
Curt Bouril ... Clifford Lathrop
Rony Clanton ... Langston

Peter Claymore ... Grey-Haired Man
Christian Davidock ... Dick Heatherton

Roy Milton Davis ... Pony Wrangler

Lucy Gallina ... Emily Schroeder

Josie Gallina ... Emily Schroeder
Tim House ... Third Klansman Raider

John Keating ... Ernie Moran

Heather Lind ... Katy
Trisha McCormick ... Eunice

Naomi McDougall Jones ... Screaming Secretary
Edward McGinty ... Ward Boss Boyd
Ian Scott McGregor ... Halloran's Attorney
Declan McTigue ... Teddy Schroeder
Rory McTigue ... Teddy Schroeder

Randall Newsome ... Douglas Wallbridge

Brady Noon ... Tommy Darmody

Connor Noon ... Tommy Darmody
Thomas Philip O'Neill ... Halsey

Jacqueline Pennewill ... Lilian

Christiane Seidel ... Sigrid
Dan Sharkey ... Herb Crocker
Ian Stuart ... Judge
Samuel Taylor ... Paddy Ryan
Samuel Taylor ... Paddy Ryan

Brandon Zumsteg ... Brian Thompson

Mark Axelowitz ... Court Reporter

Matthew Broadley ... Patrick Thompson
Nick Diamantis ... U.S. Soldier WWI

Frank L. Messina ... Gladhandler

Madeline Getty ... Eli Thompson's Daughter (uncredited)

Paul Jude Letersky ... County Office Clerk (uncredited)

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 0: Boardwalk Empire: Season 3 New Characters

September 2012
Meet Gyp Rosetti (Bobby Cannavale), Billie Kent (Meg Chambers Steedle), Gaston Means (Stephen Root) and some of the other new characters popping up in Season 3 of 'Boardwalk Empire.'

Steve Buscemi ... Enoch 'Nucky' Thompson (archive footage)

Stephen Graham ... Al Capone (archive footage)

Vincent Piazza ... Lucky Luciano (archive footage)

Bobby Cannavale ... Gyp Rosetti (archive footage)

Ed Jewett ... Jess Smith (archive footage)

Christopher McDonald ... Harry Daugherty (archive footage)

Stephen Root ... Gaston Means (archive footage)

Arron Shiver ... Dean O'Banion (archive footage)

Meg Chambers Steedle ... Billie Kent (archive footage)

Michael Zegen ... Benny Siegel (archive footage)

Season 3, Episode 1: Resolution

16 September 2012
Season 3 premiere. Nucky makes a New Year's resolution; Margaret eyes a hospital expansion; Gillian builds a new business; Van Alden calls a gangster's bluff.

Steve Buscemi ... Enoch 'Nucky' Thompson

Kelly Macdonald ... Margaret Thompson

Michael Shannon ... Nelson Van Alden

Shea Whigham ... Elias 'Eli' Thompson (credit only)

Michael Stuhlbarg ... Arnold Rothstein

Stephen Graham ... Al Capone

Vincent Piazza ... Lucky Luciano

Michael K. Williams ... Chalky White (credit only) (as Michael Kenneth Williams)

Anthony Laciura ... Eddie Kessler

Paul Sparks ... Mickey Doyle

Jack Huston ... Richard Harrow

Charlie Cox ... Owen Slater

Bobby Cannavale ... Gyp Rosetti

Gretchen Mol ... Gillian Darmody

William Forsythe ... Manny Horvitz

Christopher McDonald ... Harry Daugherty

Anatol Yusef ... Meyer Lansky

Greg Antonacci ... Johnny Torrio

Meg Chambers Steedle ... Billie Kent

Stephen DeRosa ... Eddie Cantor

Kevin O'Rourke ... Edward Bader

Victor Verhaeghe ... Ward Boss Fleming

Arron Shiver ... Dean O'Banion

Patrick Kennedy ... Dr. Douglas Mason
Michael Cumpsty ... Father Ed Brennan

Glenn Fleshler ... George Remus
Lucas Caleb Rooney ... Rosetti's Man

John Harrington Bland ... Scotty Gulliver

Joe Caniano ... Jake Guzik

Kevin Carolan ... Boardwalk Barker
Rony Clanton ... Butler

Jacob Clemente ... The Delivery Boy
Margaret Daly ... Mrs. Landau

Anthony DeVito ... Deuces Bouncer #1

Emily Dorsch ... Cornelia Predock

Richard Flight ... Rosetti Thug #5

Erin Fogel ... Mary

Josie Gallina ... Emily Schroeder

Lucy Gallina ... Emily Schroeder

Jenna Gavigan ... Evelyn

Steven Hauck ... Mr. Pendergast

Matt Hobby ... Phillip
Robin Hopkins ... Housewife

Mike Houston ... Ralph

Ed Jewett ... Jess Smith

Robert C. Kirk ... Mr. Johansen

Matthew Lawler ... Mr. Posner
Paul Locke ... Rosetti Thug

Robin Madel ... Prudence
Charlotte Maier ... Intellectual Female Guest
Edward McGinty ... Ward Boss Boyd
Declan McTigue ... Teddy Thompson
Rory McTigue ... Teddy Thompson

John Mondin ... Carny

Brady Noon ... Tommy Darmody

Connor Noon ... Tommy Darmody

Ned Noyes ... Hank

Kerry O'Malley ... Edwina Shearer

Jacqueline Pennewill ... Lillian

Joseph Riccobene ... Frankie Yale
Kate Cullen Roberts ... Gossipy Prostitute
James Rutledge ... Hospital Chairman

Suzanne Savoy ... Mrs. Pendergast

Christiane Seidel ... Sigrid
Yelena Shmulenson ... Emma Horvitz
Nick Stannard ... Board Dignitary 1 (as Nicholas Stannard)

Jeremiah Wiggins ... Albert McCaully
Ryan Woodle ... Phil
Nicholas Wyman ... Dr. Landau (as Nick Wyman)
Lee Zarrett ... Nate

Kiva Dawson ... Party Dancer #1
Carolyn Doherty ... Party Dancer #2
Deanna Dys ... Party Dancer #3
Tyler Ingram ... Party Dancer #4
Mark Manley ... Party Dancer #5
Manuel Palazzo ... Party Dancer #6

Felicity Stiverson ... Party Dancer #7
William Ward ... Party Dancer #8

Laura Butler ... Egyptian Waitress

Risa Louise Dorken ... Lower Class Girl

Frank L. Messina ... Capone Bodyguard / Torrio Bodyguard

David Campbell ... Nucky's Bodyguard #1 (uncredited)

Joseph Dimartino ... Four Deuces Bartender (uncredited)

Tim Falter ... The New Thompson House Servant (uncredited)

Ed Heavey ... Nucky's Bodyguard #2 (uncredited)

Anne Bergstedt Jordanova ... Prostitute (uncredited)

Kelly Karavites ... The New Thompson House Butler (uncredited)

Karmen Kluge ... The New Thompson House Maid (uncredited)

Paul Jude Letersky ... Farraday's Salesman #4 (uncredited)
John Mitchell ... Rosetti Thug #2 (uncredited)

Jena Mroz ... Gillian's Prostitute (uncredited)

Miriam Pultro ... Artemis Club Girl (uncredited)

Tom Stratford ... Rosetti Thug #4 (uncredited)
Anne Vaccari ... Egyptian Server (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 2: Spaghetti and Coffee

23 September 2012
Nucky mixes business with pleasure in NYC; Gyp makes a power play in Tabor Heights; Chalky and his daughter fail to agree on her future with Samuel; Eli gets a new boss and faces new realities at home; a major liquor shipment takes an unexpected detour.

Steve Buscemi ... Enoch 'Nucky' Thompson

Kelly Macdonald ... Margaret Thompson

Michael Shannon ... Nelson Van Alden (credit only)

Shea Whigham ... Elias 'Eli' Thompson

Michael Stuhlbarg ... Arnold Rothstein

Stephen Graham ... Al Capone (credit only)

Vincent Piazza ... Lucky Luciano (credit only)

Michael K. Williams ... Chalky White (as Michael Kenneth Williams)

Anthony Laciura ... Eddie Kessler (credit only)

Paul Sparks ... Mickey Doyle

Jack Huston ... Richard Harrow (credit only)

Charlie Cox ... Owen Slater

Bobby Cannavale ... Gyp Rosetti

Gretchen Mol ... Gillian Darmody (credit only)

Stephen Root ... Gaston Means

Erik LaRay Harvey ... Dunn Purnsley

Meg Chambers Steedle ... Billie Kent

Patrick Kennedy ... Dr. Douglas Mason

Kerry O'Malley ... Edwina Shearer

Glenn Fleshler ... George Remus

Clea Alsip ... Viola

Domenic Ambroselli ... Dermot Thompson (as Domenic Joseph Ambroselli)

Joseph Aniska ... Agent Stan Sawicki

Chris Caldovino ... Tonino Sandrelli

E.J. Carroll ... Sheriff Victor Sickles

Kevin Csolak ... William Thompson

Justiin A. Davis ... Lester White (as Justiin Davis)

Marc D. Donovan ... Deputy Ramsey

Emily Dorsch ... Cornelia Predock

Lola Freidenstine ... Anne Thompson

Josie Gallina ... Emily Schroeder

Lucy Gallina ... Emily Schroeder

Madeline Getty ... Nora Thompson
Charles Gray ... Switchblade Wielder
Mark Havlis ... Handyman (as Mark Halvis)

Matt Hobby ... Phillip

Emma Holzer ... Edith Thompson

Christina Jackson ... Maybelle White
David Jackson ... Gas Jockey

Robin Madel ... Prudence

Jacqueline Pennewill ... Lilian

Charlie Plummer ... Michael Thompson

Grace Rex ... Diner Waitress
Ty Robinson ... Samuel Crawford (as Ty Michael Robinson)

Jonathon Ruckman ... Mickey's Man
Nisi Sturgis ... June Thompson
Nicholas Wyman ... Dr. Landau (as Nick Wyman)

Brandon Zumsteg ... Brian Thompson
Brian Harlan Brooks ... Jazz Dancer #1
Terrence Clowe ... Jazz Dancer #2
Cicily Daniels ... Jazz Dancer #3

Queen Esther ... Jazz Dancer #4
Francesca Harper ... Jazz Dancer #5
Dameka Hayes ... Jazz Dancer #6
James Jackson Jr. ... Jazz Dancer #7
Ernest Williams Jr. ... Jazz Dancer #8

Risa Louise Dorken ... Lower Class Girl
Michael Louis Gibson ... Hirrum Cobb
Kellye Janel ... Dancer

Gregg Micheals ... Salesman

Season 3, Episode 3: Bone for Tuna

30 September 2012
Nucky reluctantly joins Margaret to receive a high honor from the Church. Gyp makes a deal with Nucky. Van Alden regrets trying to socialize with his co-workers; Margaret takes her pitch to a higher authority; Richard sets the record straight.

Steve Buscemi ... Enoch 'Nucky' Thompson

Kelly Macdonald ... Margaret Thompson

Michael Shannon ... Nelson Van Alden

Shea Whigham ... Elias 'Eli' Thompson

Michael Stuhlbarg ... Arnold Rothstein (credit only)

Stephen Graham ... Al Capone (credit only)

Vincent Piazza ... Lucky Luciano

Michael K. Williams ... Chalky White (credit only) (as Michael Kenneth Williams)

Anthony Laciura ... Eddie Kessler

Paul Sparks ... Mickey Doyle

Jack Huston ... Richard Harrow

Charlie Cox ... Owen Slater

Bobby Cannavale ... Gyp Rosetti

Gretchen Mol ... Gillian Darmody

Anatol Yusef ... Meyer Lansky

Meg Chambers Steedle ... Billie Kent

Patrick Kennedy ... Dr. Douglas Mason

Kevin O'Rourke ... Edward Bader

Victor Verhaeghe ... Ward Boss Fleming
Michael Cumpsty ... Father Ed Brennan

John Harrington Bland ... Scotty Gulliver

P.J. Brown ... Chicago Prohibition Agent (as PJ Brown)

Chris Caldovino ... Tonino Sandrelli

E.J. Carroll ... Sheriff Victor Sickles

Joseph DeVito ... Masseria's Man #1

Marc D. Donovan ... Deputy Ramsey

Emily Dorsch ... Cornelia Predock
Lauren Elder ... Mickey's Date

Peter Epstein ... Masseria's Man #2

Josie Gallina ... Emily Schroeder

Lucy Gallina ... Emily Schroeder

Jenna Gavigan ... Evelyn

Mary Grill ... Woman at Herkemeyer's

Ed Heavey ... Nucky's Bodyguard #2

Matt Hobby ... Phillip
James Hosey ... Mickey's Delivery Boy

Mike Houston ... Ralph
John Little ... Bishop Norman
Charlotte Maier ... Mrs. Landau
Declan McTigue ... Teddy Thompson
Rory McTigue ... Teddy Thompson

Tracy Middendorf ... Babette (as Tracy Lynn Middendorf)
Wade Mylius ... Elmer

Ned Noyes ... Hank

Jacqueline Pennewill ... Lillian

Christiane Seidel ... Sigrid
John Leonard Thompson ... Father Shocke
Ryan Woodle ... Phil
Nicholas Wyman ... Dr. Landau (as Nick Wyman)

Michael Zegen ... Benny Siegel

Risa Louise Dorken ... Lower Class Girl
Steve Fogelman ... Ritz Hotel Doorman (uncredited)

Logan Fry ... Speakeasy Patron (uncredited)

Anne Bergstedt Jordanova ... Gillian's Prostitute (uncredited)

Paul Jude Letersky ... Farraday Iron Salesman (uncredited)
Annika Merkel ... Speakeasy Patron (uncredited)

Jena Mroz ... Gillian's Prostiute (uncredited)
Richie Noodles ... Bodyguard (uncredited)

Michael Pitt ... James 'Jimmy' Darmody (archive footage) (uncredited)

Miriam Pultro ... Artemis Club Girl (uncredited)

Tom Stratford ... Gyp's Men (uncredited)

Jim Zunt ... Speakeasy Patron (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 4: Blue Bell Boy

7 October 2012
After tracking down a liquor thief, Nucky and Owen end up spending a long night hiding out from the Feds with the precocious perp. Mickey makes a routing call that will have far-reaching consequences. Capone's feud with O'Banion heats up.

Steve Buscemi ... Enoch 'Nucky' Thompson

Kelly Macdonald ... Margaret Thompson

Michael Shannon ... Nelson Van Alden (credit only)

Shea Whigham ... Elias 'Eli' Thompson

Michael Stuhlbarg ... Arnold Rothstein

Stephen Graham ... Al Capone

Vincent Piazza ... Lucky Luciano

Michael K. Williams ... Chalky White (credit only) (as Michael Kenneth Williams)

Anthony Laciura ... Eddie Kessler

Paul Sparks ... Mickey Doyle

Jack Huston ... Richard Harrow (credit only)

Charlie Cox ... Owen Slater

Bobby Cannavale ... Gyp Rosetti

Gretchen Mol ... Gillian Darmody (credit only)

Anatol Yusef ... Meyer Lansky

Nick Robinson ... Rowland Smith

Patrick Kennedy ... Dr. Douglas Mason

Kerry O'Malley ... Edwina Shearer

Ivo Nandi ... Joe Masseria

Heather Lind ... Katy
Lucas Caleb Rooney ... Rosetti's Man

Joseph Aniska ... Agent Stan Sawicki
Brendan Burke ... Mickey's Driver

Chris Caldovino ... Tonino Sandrelli

Joe Caniano ... Jake Guzik

James Ciccone ... Joe Masseria's Thug

Frank Deal ... Mr. Shearer

Marc D. Donovan ... Deputy Ramsey
Alex Eckstein ... Sonny Capone (as Alexander Eckstein)
Ben Eckstein ... Sonny Capone (as Benjamin Eckstein)
Caleb Eckstein ... Sonny Capone
Michael Louis Gibson ... Owen's Man
Chris Haag ... Philadelphia Prohibition Agent 1

Ed Heavey ... Tunney
James Hosey ... Mickey's Delivery Boy
David Jackson ... Gas Jockey

Marcella Lentz-Pope ... Mae Capone
Paul Locke ... Rosetti Thug
Rebecca Luker ... Sister Agnes
Margo Seibert ... Uppity Nanny
Michael Solomon ... Philadelphia Prohibition Agent 2

Katy Wright-Mead ... Roberta

Michael Zegen ... Benny Siegel

Joseph Dimartino ... Four Deuces Bartender
Finian Montague ... Shearer's Son
Will Sandoval ... WWI Vet
Steve Fogelman ... Ritz Hotel Doorman (uncredited)

Billy Joe Kiessling ... Driver (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 5: You'd Be Surprised

14 October 2012
After venting with Nucky about his liquor travails, Rothstein sends Gyp a message. Van Alden and Sigrid receive an unexpected visitor; Gillian worries about keeping her business afloat; Margaret has awkward moments at the hospital and at Madam Jeunet's.

Steve Buscemi ... Enoch 'Nucky' Thompson

Kelly Macdonald ... Margaret Thompson

Michael Shannon ... Nelson Van Alden

Shea Whigham ... Elias 'Eli' Thompson

Michael Stuhlbarg ... Arnold Rothstein

Stephen Graham ... Al Capone (credit only)

Vincent Piazza ... Lucky Luciano

Michael K. Williams ... Chalky White (as Michael Kenneth Williams)

Anthony Laciura ... Eddie Kessler

Paul Sparks ... Mickey Doyle (credit only)

Jack Huston ... Richard Harrow (credit only)

Charlie Cox ... Owen Slater

Bobby Cannavale ... Gyp Rosetti

Gretchen Mol ... Gillian Darmody

James Cromwell ... Andrew W. Mellon

Stephen Root ... Gaston Means

Dominic Chianese ... Leander Cephas Whitlock

Geoff Pierson ... Senator Walter Edge

Anatol Yusef ... Meyer Lansky

Stephen DeRosa ... Eddie Cantor

Meg Chambers Steedle ... Billie Kent

Erik LaRay Harvey ... Dunn Purnsley

Patrick Kennedy ... Dr. Douglas Mason

Arron Shiver ... Dean O'Banion

Katy Wright-Mead ... Roberta

Kathryn Barnhardt ... Woman

Daniel Martin Berkey ... Senator 1

P.J. Brown ... Agent Coughlin (as PJ Brown)

Chris Caldovino ... Tonino Sandrelli

Emily Dorsch ... Cornelia Predock

John Harrington Bland ... Scotty Gulliver
Michael Hayward-Jones ... Senator 2

Matt Hobby ... Phillip

Mike Houston ... Ralph

Ed Jewett ... Jess Smith

Anna Katarina ... Isabelle Jeunet

Megan McQueen ... Prostitute 1 (as Megan Lewis)
Kate Loprest ... Corrine
Rebecca Luker ... Sister Agnes
Daniel Marconi ... Paper Boy

Melissa McMeekin ... Nurse

Oona Mekas ... Helen Russell

Tracy Middendorf ... Babette (as Tracy Lynn Middendorf)

Matthew F. O'Connor ... Boardwalk Barker

Ted Pejovich ... Senator 3

Jen Ponton ... Student 1

Richard James Porter ... Impatient Man
Johnny Pruitt
Noah Racey ... Vern Ingram

Christiane Seidel ... Sigrid

Clayton Dean Smith ... Employee
Eric Stretch ... Sterling
Nathan Williams ... Harvey

Michael Zegen ... Benny Siegel
John Buscemi ... Body Guard

Joseph Dimartino ... Four Deuces Bartender (uncredited)

Anne Bergstedt Jordanova ... Gillian's Prostitute (uncredited)

Paul Jude Letersky ... Farraday Iron Salesman (uncredited)

Heather Lind ... Katy (uncredited)

Jena Mroz ... Gillian's Prostiute (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 6: Ging Gang Goolie

21 October 2012
After being detained by Daugherty's men, Nucky approaches his onetime nemesis, Esther Randolph, and later entertains an intriguing proposition from Gaston Means. Margaret and Owen investigate a fire; Richard connects with a damaged vet and his daughter.

Steve Buscemi ... Enoch 'Nucky' Thompson

Kelly Macdonald ... Margaret Thompson

Michael Shannon ... Nelson Van Alden (credit only)

Shea Whigham ... Elias 'Eli' Thompson

Michael Stuhlbarg ... Arnold Rothstein (credit only)

Stephen Graham ... Al Capone (credit only)

Vincent Piazza ... Lucky Luciano

Michael K. Williams ... Chalky White (credit only) (as Michael Kenneth Williams)

Anthony Laciura ... Eddie Kessler (credit only)

Paul Sparks ... Mickey Doyle

Jack Huston ... Richard Harrow

Charlie Cox ... Owen Slater

Bobby Cannavale ... Gyp Rosetti (credit only)

Gretchen Mol ... Gillian Darmody

Stephen Root ... Gaston Means

Julianne Nicholson ... Esther Randolph

Christopher McDonald ... Harry Daugherty

Meg Chambers Steedle ... Billie Kent

Billy Magnussen ... Roger

Heather Lind ... Katy

Glenn Fleshler ... George Remus

Peter Appel ... Alby

Mark Borkowski ... Paul Sagorsky

Marc D. Donovan ... Deputy Ramsey

Emily Dorsch ... Cornelia Predock
Tim Eliot ... Matthews
Alice Ellis ... Gwynne

Tod Engle ... Bribing Lobbyist 2

Jack Ferry ... Gareth Murray

William Fowle ... Bribing Lobbyist 3

Josie Gallina ... Emily Schroeder

Lucy Gallina ... Emily Schroeder

John Hemphill

Matt Hobby ... Phillip

Ed Jewett ... Jess Smith
Jeff Kready ... Veteran

T.J. Linnard ... Tuckman

Robin Madel ... Prudence
Graeme Malcolm

Neal Matarazzo
Declan McTigue ... Teddy Thompson
Rory McTigue ... Teddy Thompson
Bruce Meakem

Susan Louise O'Connor ... Maid
Greg Peace ... Federal Guard

Jacqueline Pennewill ... Lillian

Steve Routman ... Davidoff

Wrenn Schmidt ... Julia Sagorsky

Jim Schubin ... Phil Gardner
Tighe Swanson ... Fire Breather

Jeff Talbott ... Troop Leader

Katherine Waterston

Alex Webb ... Bribing Lobbyist 1

Gary Craig ... Political Lobbyist (uncredited)
Josh Pesin ... World War I Veteran (uncredited)

Alexander Ryan ... Boy Scout (uncredited)
Will Sandoval ... World War I Veteran (uncredited)
Mike Trepca ... Boy Scout (uncredited)

Jim Zunt ... Courtroom Attorney (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 7: Sunday Best

28 October 2012
Easter Sunday, 1923. Gyp joins his family for dinner, pays a visit to church, and meets with his boss. Richard, with Jimmy's son in tow, goes to Julia's house where her father is again an angry drunk. At the empty bordello, Gillian entertains her substitute for Jimmy. Nucky, Margaret, and the children accept a dinner invitation from Eli, his wife, and brood of eight. Can this go well? Is a rapprochement a possibility?

Steve Buscemi ... Enoch 'Nucky' Thompson

Kelly Macdonald ... Margaret Thompson

Michael Shannon ... Nelson Van Alden (credit only)

Shea Whigham ... Elias 'Eli' Thompson

Michael Stuhlbarg ... Arnold Rothstein (credit only)

Stephen Graham ... Al Capone (credit only)

Vincent Piazza ... Lucky Luciano (credit only)

Michael K. Williams ... Chalky White (credit only) (as Michael Kenneth Williams)

Anthony Laciura ... Eddie Kessler (credit only)

Paul Sparks ... Mickey Doyle (credit only)

Jack Huston ... Richard Harrow

Charlie Cox ... Owen Slater (credit only)

Bobby Cannavale ... Gyp Rosetti

Gretchen Mol ... Gillian Darmody

Billy Magnussen ... Roger

Ivo Nandi ... Joe Masseria

Ashlie Atkinson ... Gianconda

Richard Barlow ... Jack Corbett

Mark Borkowski ... Paul Sagorsky

Chris Caldovino ... Tonino Sandrelli

Kevin Csolak ... William Thompson

Judy Del Giudice ... Malfada

Lola Freidenstine ... Anne Thompson

Josie Gallina ... Emily Schroeder

Lucy Gallina ... Emily Schroeder

Madeline Getty ... Nora Thompson

Emma Holzer ... Edith Thompson
Kate Loprest ... Corrine

Clem McIntosh ... Wellman
Declan McTigue ... Teddy Thompson
Rory McTigue ... Teddy Thompson

Brady Noon ... Tommy Darmody

Connor Noon ... Tommy Darmody
Glenn Peters ... Priest

Charlie Plummer ... Michael Thompson

Wrenn Schmidt ... Julia Sagorsky

Jim Schubin ... Phil Gardner

Mark Stolzenberg
Nisi Sturgis ... June Thompson

Brandon Zumsteg ... Brian Thompson
John Buscemi ... Body Guard

Carina Castagna ... Middle Class Girl

Kylie Cast ... Middle Class Girl (uncredited)

Anne Bergstedt Jordanova ... Gillian's Prostitute (uncredited)

Logan Kulick ... Working Class Son (uncredited)

Chloe Elaine Scharf ... Working Class Daughter (uncredited)
Natasha Tax ... Working Class Girl (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 8: The Pony

4 November 2012
In the foreground, Nucky makes a play to derail the Attorney General, and Gillian puts a revenge plot in motion. Around the edges, Margaret accompanies Owen to the countryside to look for a pony for Emily and then has a personal conversation with Dr. Mason, Nelson (with his wife's help) finds a new vocation, O'Banion takes his case against Capone to Johnny Torio, and Nucky has to sort things out with the plucky and independent Billie.

Steve Buscemi ... Enoch 'Nucky' Thompson

Kelly Macdonald ... Margaret Thompson

Michael Shannon ... Nelson Van Alden

Shea Whigham ... Elias 'Eli' Thompson

Michael Stuhlbarg ... Arnold Rothstein

Stephen Graham ... Al Capone

Vincent Piazza ... Lucky Luciano

Michael K. Williams ... Chalky White (credit only) (as Michael Kenneth Williams)

Anthony Laciura ... Eddie Kessler

Paul Sparks ... Mickey Doyle (credit only)

Jack Huston ... Richard Harrow

Charlie Cox ... Owen Slater

Bobby Cannavale ... Gyp Rosetti

Gretchen Mol ... Gillian Darmody

James Cromwell ... Andrew W. Mellon

Stephen Root ... Gaston Means

Dominic Chianese ... Leander Cephas Whitlock

Julianne Nicholson ... Esther Randolph

Greg Antonacci ... Johnny Torrio

Meg Chambers Steedle ... Billie Kent

Patrick Kennedy ... Dr. Douglas Mason

Arron Shiver ... Dean O'Banion

Kerry O'Malley ... Edwina Shearer

Clarke Thorell ... Clifton King

Clea Alsip ... Viola

John Harrington Bland ... Scotty Gulliver

Chris Caldovino ... Tonino Sandrelli

Joe Caniano ... Jake Guzik
Chris Cenatiempo ... Bouncer
Rony Clanton ... Butler

Erin Fogel ... Mary

Mike Houston ... Ralph

Will Janowitz ... Hymie Weiss

Bill Kocis
Rebecca Luker ... Sister Agnes

Randy Noojin

Ned Noyes ... Hank

Allen Lewis Rickman ... George Baxter

Christiane Seidel ... Sigrid
Timothy Sekk ... Gilbert Longacre
Ryan Woodle ... Phil

Craig Wroe

Carina Castagna ... Middle Class Girl

Arthur S. Brown ... Sheepherder (uncredited)
Ally Brunetti ... Middle Class Woman 1923 (uncredited)

Kylie Cast ... Middle Class Girl (uncredited)

Chris J. Cullen ... Bodyguard (uncredited)
Steve Fogelman ... Ritz Hotel Doorman (uncredited)

Anne Bergstedt Jordanova ... Gillian's Prostitute (uncredited)

Logan Kulick ... Working Class Son (uncredited)

Paul Jude Letersky ... Farraday Iron Salesman (uncredited)
Mark C. Montague ... Man in White Suit (uncredited)
Will Sandoval ... World War I Veteran (uncredited)

Anjuli Sanneman ... Middle Class Woman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 9: The Milkmaid's Lot

11 November 2012
Nucky is reeling from a concussion, recovering in a suite at the Ritz Carlton. Nucky wants to enlist partners in a war against Joe Masseria and Gyp Rosetti, but can Nucky hold it together for a meeting with these potential allies - and how will they react? Margaret manages a birthday party for Emily as her affair with Owen takes a serious turn. Richard asks Gillian for a night off from babysitting to meet Julia at a Veterans' Hall dance. Esther Randolph oversees the arrest of George Remus.

Steve Buscemi ... Enoch 'Nucky' Thompson

Kelly Macdonald ... Margaret Thompson

Michael Shannon ... Nelson Van Alden (credit only)

Shea Whigham ... Elias 'Eli' Thompson

Michael Stuhlbarg ... Arnold Rothstein

Stephen Graham ... Al Capone (credit only)

Vincent Piazza ... Lucky Luciano

Michael K. Williams ... Chalky White (as Michael Kenneth Williams)

Anthony Laciura ... Eddie Kessler

Paul Sparks ... Mickey Doyle

Jack Huston ... Richard Harrow

Charlie Cox ... Owen Slater

Bobby Cannavale ... Gyp Rosetti

Gretchen Mol ... Gillian Darmody

Julianne Nicholson ... Esther Randolph

Anatol Yusef ... Meyer Lansky

Meg Chambers Steedle ... Billie Kent

Glenn Fleshler ... George Remus

Ivo Nandi ... Joe Masseria

Kevin O'Rourke ... Edward Bader

Nick Sandow ... Waxey Gordon

Victor Verhaeghe ... Ward Boss Fleming
Janet Anderson
Curt Bouril ... Clifford Lathrop
John E. Brady

Chris Caldovino ... Tonino Sandrelli

Bryant Carroll ... William 'Wild Bill' Lovett

Patrick Carroll ... Richard 'Peg Leg' Lonergan

Marc D. Donovan ... Deputy Ramsey

Jack Ferry ... Gareth Murray

Josie Gallina ... Emily Schroeder

Lucy Gallina ... Emily Schroeder

Jenna Gavigan ... Evelyn
Jack Halpin
Rhett Henckel ... Treasury Agent
Kevin Henderson ... Dr. Carl Surran
David Licht
Kate Loprest ... Corrine

Clem McIntosh ... Wellman
Declan McTigue ... Teddy Thompson
Rory McTigue ... Teddy Thompson

Brady Noon ... Tommy Darmody

Connor Noon ... Tommy Darmody

Joseph Riccobene ... Frankie Yale

Wrenn Schmidt ... Julia Sagorsky

Jim Schubin ... Phil Gardner
Morgan S. Smith
Nisi Sturgis ... June Thompson
Susan Barnes Walker ... Librarian

KC Wright ... Josephine

Brandon Zumsteg ... Brian Thompson
John Alix ... Dancer
Tommaso Antico ... Dancer
Christopher Cangero ... Dancer (as Cristofer Cangero)
Danielle Froelich ... Dancer

Kate Harpootlian ... Dancer
Colby Q. Lindeman ... Dancer (as Colby Lindeman)
Stephanie Mas ... Dancer
Lindsay Roebuck ... Dancer

Clifton Samuels ... Dancer
Michaela Sprague ... Dancer

Risa Louise Dorken ... Lower Class Girl

David Campbell ... Nucky's Bodyguard #1 (uncredited)
David Gable ... Federal Agent (uncredited)
Rocco Parente ... Falcone (uncredited)

Faron Salisbury ... Nucky's Body Guard (uncredited)

Anjuli Sanneman ... Middle Class Woman (uncredited)

Marshall Sharer ... Bodyguard (uncredited)

Kathleen Wilce ... Woman at Town Hall (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 10: A Man, a Plan...

18 November 2012
Nucky doubles down on his war with Gyp and Joe, sending emissaries to Chicago to enlist Torrio's help and dispatching Owen to murder Joe at a Turkish bath. The bishop disbands Mason and Margaret's classes; Mason suggests they continue the classes at a store front, Margaret says good-bye. Robert faces down Julia's father and then spends a night with her under the boardwalk. Gyp gets a lesson in rogue waves, and a few cases of whiskey wash up on the Jersey shore. Nucky rejects an idea of Chalky's. Back in Chicago, Nelson's wife distills aquavit and Nelson peddles it to Norwegians. It's only a matter of time before he runs afoul of someone. And what of Margaret's affair with Owen?

Steve Buscemi ... Enoch 'Nucky' Thompson

Kelly Macdonald ... Margaret Thompson

Michael Shannon ... Nelson Van Alden

Shea Whigham ... Elias 'Eli' Thompson

Michael Stuhlbarg ... Arnold Rothstein

Stephen Graham ... Al Capone

Vincent Piazza ... Lucky Luciano

Michael K. Williams ... Chalky White (as Michael Kenneth Williams)

Anthony Laciura ... Eddie Kessler

Paul Sparks ... Mickey Doyle

Jack Huston ... Richard Harrow

Charlie Cox ... Owen Slater

Bobby Cannavale ... Gyp Rosetti

Gretchen Mol ... Gillian Darmody (credit only)

Stephen Root ... Gaston Means

Christopher McDonald ... Harry Daugherty

Anatol Yusef ... Meyer Lansky

Ed Jewett ... Jess Smith

Patrick Kennedy ... Dr. Douglas Mason

Heather Lind ... Katy

Ivo Nandi ... Joe Masseria

Kevin O'Rourke ... Edward Bader

Victor Verhaeghe ... Ward Boss Fleming

Joseph Aniska ... Agent Stan Sawicki

Mark Borkowski ... Paul Sagorsky

Pearce Bunting ... Bill McCoy

Chris Caldovino ... Tonino Sandrelli

James Ciccone ... Joe Masseria's Thug

Ray Crisara ... Tall

Jack Ferry ... Gareth Murray
Erik Frandsen

Patrick Gallo ... Franco
Richard Herron
Joe Jones
Rick Kincaid
Rebecca Luker ... Sister Agnes
Declan McTigue ... Teddy Thompson
Rory McTigue ... Teddy Thompson

Brady Noon ... Tommy Darmody

Connor Noon ... Tommy Darmody

Wrenn Schmidt ... Julia Sagorsky

Cynthia Silver ... Tourist #2
Michael Thomas Walker ... Fats

Michael Zegen ... Benny Siegel

David Campbell ... Nucky's Bodyguard #1
Rick Kincaid
Glenn Alba ... Beach Gentleman (uncredited)
Richard R. Corapi ... Turkish Bath Owner (uncredited)

Joseph Dimartino ... Four Deuces Bartender (uncredited)

Patricia Hodges ... Middle Class Woman (uncredited)

Frank L. Messina ... Capone / Torrio Bodyguard (uncredited)

David Raimo ... Middle Class Man (uncredited)

Anjuli Sanneman ... Middle Class Woman (uncredited)
Kristen Schiano ... Lobster Girl (uncredited)
Tanya Wheelock ... Bathing Beauty (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 11: Two Imposters

25 November 2012
A rough 24 hours for Nucky: Margaret and the children are gone, Eddie needs a hospital, and Eli is in Chicago hoping for reinforcements. Nucky turns to Chalky, who still wants a club on Atlantic City's strip. Gyp turns up the heat, stationing his men everywhere and offering $25,000 to anyone in Chalky's neighborhood who gives up Nucky. Will Chalky protect Nucky? And even so, is that enough firepower to face Gyp with Joe Masseria's men? Gillian snoops in Richard's room, and heroin is burning a hole in Luciano's pocket.