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Episodes cast for
"Black Mirror" (2011) More at IMDbPro »

Season: 1 | 2 | 3
Year: 2011 | 2013 | 2014 | 2015 | unknown


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: The National Anthem

4 December 2011
Prime Minister Michael Callow faces a shocking dilemma when Princess Susannah, a much-loved member of the Royal Family, is kidnapped.

Rory Kinnear ... Michael Callow

Lindsay Duncan ... Alex Cairns

Donald Sumpter ... Julian Hereford

Tom Goodman-Hill ... Tom Blice

Anna Wilson-Jones ... Jane Callow

Patrick Kennedy ... Section Chief Walker

Alastair Mackenzie ... Martin
Chetna Pandya ... Malaika

Alex Macqueen ... Special Agent Callett (as Alex MacQueen)
Jay Simpson ... Rod Senseless
Helen Fospero ... Lucinda Towne

Lydia Wilson ... Princess Susannah

Sophie Kennedy Clark ... Lauren

Andrew Knott ... Brian

Allen Leech ... Pike

Johann Myers ... Noel

Sophie Wu ... Jamie

Rakie Ayola ... Shelly

Amit Shah ... Jack

Nick Hendrix ... Andrew

Justin Edwards ... Jon

Jeany Spark ... Camilla
Aymen Hamdouchi ... Kieran

Julian Rivett ... Damon Brown

Jonathan Forbes ... Browne

Madeleine Bowyer ... Sonia (as Madeliene Bowyer)
Jeffry Wickham ... Sir Harold Mount

Shazad Latif ... Mehdi Raboud

Eleanor Wyld ... Young Actress
Wolf Wasserman ... Spark

McKell David ... Son

Dominic Le Moignan ... Prince
Allin Kempthorne ... Traumatised Man (uncredited)
Matthew David McCarthy ... News Room Staff (uncredited)
Josh Wichard ... Hospital Patient (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Fifteen Million Merits

11 December 2011
After failing to impress the judges on a singing competition show, a woman must either perform degrading acts or return to a slave-like existence.

Daniel Kaluuya ... Bing

Jessica Brown Findlay ... Abi

Rupert Everett ... Judge Hope

Julia Davis ... Judge Charity

Ashley Thomas ... Judge Wraith

Paul Popplewell ... Dustin
Isabella Laughland ... Swift

David Fynn ... Oliver
Colin Michael Carmichael ... Kai (as Colin Carmichael)

Hannah John-Kamen ... Selma Telse

Kerrie Hayes ... Glee
Eugene O'Hare ... Hammond
Jaimi Barbakoff ... Anna
Merce Ribot ... Big Shot Registration Lady
Matthew Burgess ... Botherguts Host
Laura Power ... Interviewer

Matt Stokoe ... Guard

Chloe Driver ... Cleaner (uncredited)
Emma Holmes ... Botherguts Fat Girl (uncredited)
Alan Lambie ... Rude Dancer (uncredited)
Bryony Neylan-Francis ... Sex Worker (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: The Entire History of You

18 December 2011
In the near future, everyone has access to a memory implant that records everything they do, see and hear - a sort of Sky Plus for the brain. You need never forget a face again - but is that always a good thing?

Toby Kebbell ... Liam

Jodie Whittaker ... Ffion

Tom Cullen ... Jonas

Amy Beth Hayes ... Lucy

Rebekah Staton ... Colleen

Rhashan Stone ... Jeff

Phoebe Fox ... Hallam

Jimi Mistry ... Paul

Daniel Lapaine ... Max
Karl Collins ... Robbie
Elizabeth Chan ... Leah
Mona Goodwin ... Gina
Kemal Sylvester ... Airport Security
Bryony Neylan-Francis ... Sex Worker (uncredited)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Be Right Back

11 February 2013
Martha is devastated when her partner Ash is killed in a road accident on the day they planned to move to a country cottage. At Ash's funeral, Martha's friend Sarah tells her of a new service which allows people to communicate with their deceased loved ones by using all their online communications and contributions. Martha is appalled, and decides to stay in the cottage despite her sister's view she is isolating herself. One day Martha gets a message from Ash, and she realises Sarah has signed her up for the service. Initially, Martha's displeased but, on finding she's pregnant, relents and relishes their conversations. With her comfort-level growing talking with the synthetic Ash, it isn't long before 'he' tells Martha about a 'next level' of communicating - one which is...experimental.

Hayley Atwell ... Martha

Domhnall Gleeson ... Ash

Claire Keelan ... Naomi

Sinead Matthews ... Sarah
Flora Nicholson ... Midwife
Glenn Hanning ... Delivery Man

Tim Delap ... Simon

Indira Ainger ... Martha's Daughter
Christopher Blythe ... Mourner (uncredited)

Pamela Betsy Cooper ... Mourner (uncredited)
Richard Herdman ... Onlooker (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: White Bear

18 February 2013
Victoria wakes with a head-ache and bandaged wrists,pills spilled on the floor. A strange sign is flickering on the television but she can remember nothing. Outside she meets Jem, a young woman who explains that the signal on the television set comes from the White Bear transmitter. It has turned most of the population into voyeurs who do nothing but watch and sometimes film as a deadly elite known as the hunters kill those unaffected by the signal,such as Jem and Victoria. Escaping from a hunter they reach the White Bear transmitter,which they intend to destroy. However the White Bear set-up is not what it first appears and nor is Victoria.

Lenora Crichlow ... Victoria Skillane

Michael Smiley ... Baxter

Tuppence Middleton ... Jem
Ian Bonar ... Damien

Elisabeth Hopper ... Knife Woman

Nick Bartlett ... Welder Guy
Nick Ofield ... Iain Rannoch
Russell Barnett ... News Reporter
Imani Jackman ... Jemima
Shawn Aldin-Burnett ... Spectator (uncredited)
John Duggan ... Spectator (uncredited)

Lee Nicholas Harris ... White Bear Van Driver (uncredited)

Shane Hart ... Spectator (uncredited)
Stephen McDade ... Audience Member (uncredited)
Philip L. Milne ... Unimpressed Audience Member (uncredited)
Scott Plumridge ... White Bear Helper (uncredited)
Dan Twine ... Spectator (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 3: The Waldo Moment

25 February 2013
Comedian Jamie Slater provides the voice for Waldo,a blue cartoon bear who interviews politicians for a late night topical satire show where Waldo generally humiliates them. Jamie's producer Jack Napier suggests Waldo stands as the local MP in the upcoming election,against pompous Tory boy Liam Monroe - one of Waldo's interview victims. A reluctant Jamie agrees and meets the Labour candidate Gwendolyn,with whom he has a one night stand but is later told to keep away from by her campaign manager. On a televised discussion show Jamie sounds off against all the opposition,claiming they are insincere,and he becomes hugely popular as a result. However he suffers from guilt and urges people not to vote for Waldo. After Napier orchestrates an attack on him Jamie wakes in hospital to see the election results. Has Waldo won and if so will his success take Jamie with it?
Daniel Rigby ... Jamie Salter

Chloe Pirrie ... Gwendolyn Harris

Jason Flemyng ... Jack Napier

Tobias Menzies ... Liam Monroe

Christina Chong ... Tamsin

James Lance ... Conor Simpson
Ed Gaughan ... Shaun

Kenneth Collard ... Jim

Michael Shaeffer ... Roy

Pip Torrens ... Philip Crane

David Ajala ... Jeff Carter

James Richard Marshall ... Monroe's Campaign Agent
Jack Monaghan ... Hustings Host
Louis Waymouth ... Simon Finch
Daniel Tatarsky ... Returning Officer
Michael Webber ... MP Selection Committee 1

Abigail Thaw ... MP Selection Committee 2

Bruce Mackinnon ... MP Selection Committee 3 (as Bruce MacKinnon)
Amber Anderson ... Sara
James Howard ... Reporter
Charlotte Longfield ... Shopper

Sarah Hoare ... Woman with Pushchair
Shawn Aldin-Burnett ... Passerby (uncredited)
Marco Flammer ... Biohazard Agent (uncredited)

Robby Haynes ... Waldo App Man (uncredited)
Chonradee Kulthap ... Laugher (uncredited)
Teresa Mahoney ... Floor Manager (uncredited)
Stuart Matthews ... Crowd Member (uncredited)
Angus Powell ... College Lecturer (uncredited)
Mick Slaney ... Film Crew (uncredited)

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 0: White Christmas

16 December 2014
In a mysterious and remote snowy outpost, Matt and Potter share an interesting Christmas meal together, swapping creepy tales of their earlier lives in the outside world.

Jon Hamm ... Matt

Rafe Spall ... Potter

Oona Chaplin ... Greta

Natalia Tena ... Jennifer

Janet Montgomery ... Beth
Rasmus Hardiker ... Harry
Dan Li ... Tim

Ken Drury ... Gordon

Zahra Ahmadi ... Gita

Verity Marshall ... Amy

Ian Keir Attard ... Dawson
Grainne Keenan ... Claire (as Gráinne Keenan)
Robin Weaver ... Holder
Simon Nock ... Fenn
Diveen Henry ... Fola
Esther Smith ... Madge

Beatrice Curnew ... Surgeon

Jonathan Arkwright ... Bloke at Bar

Liz May Brice ... Gainsborough

Nicholas Agnew ... Mungo
Gavin Kean ... Desk Sergeant

Sukh Ojla ... Market Woman
Leanne Li ... May
Magnus Robertson-Jones ... Baby May Double
Beatrice Robertson-Jones ... Older May Double
Raphael Sowole ... Nixon

Turlough Convery ... Stingray

Samuel Valentine ... I_AM_WALDO
Matthew Aubrey ... El Nino

Muzz Khan ... Fappuccino
Daniel Kendrick ... Pie Ape

Jassie Mortimer ... Karaoke Pub Customer

Richard Cullen ... Police Officer (uncredited)
Susan Hughes ... Pub Patron (uncredited)
Ricky Rajpal ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Neil Alexander Smith ... Tall Man at Bar (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 1: Episode #3.1

2015

Season 3, Episode 12: Episode #3.12

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