The Crown (2016– )
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Prince Charles is sent to Aberystwyth to learn Welsh from an ardent nationalist in preparation for the ceremony for his investiture as Prince of Wales.

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Peter Morgan (created by), James Graham | 4 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Olivia Colman ... Queen Elizabeth II
Tobias Menzies ... Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
Helena Bonham Carter ... Princess Margaret
Ben Daniels ... Lord Snowdon
Marion Bailey ... Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother
Josh O'Connor ... Prince Charles
Erin Doherty ... Princess Anne
Charles Dance ... Lord Mountbatten
Jason Watkins ... Harold Wilson
Mark Lewis Jones ... Edward Millward
Nia Roberts Nia Roberts ... Silvia Millward
David Rintoul ... Michael Adeane
Patrick Ryecart ... Duke of Norfolk
Sinead Matthews ... Marcia Williams (as Sinéad Matthews)
Sam Phillips ... Equerry
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Prince Charles is sent to Aberystwyth to learn Welsh from an ardent nationalist in preparation for the ceremony for his investiture as Prince of Wales.

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Drama | History

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

17 November 2019 (USA) See more »

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Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

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2.00 : 1
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The closing scene, in which Prince Charles is on stage, is Act 3, Scene 2 of William Shakespeare's Richard II. See more »

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Rescue Me
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Written by Raynard Miner and Carl Smith
Performed by Fontella Bass
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Brilliant!
6 December 2019 | by thomasmiller-28738See all my reviews

Season 3 is becoming my favorite. The cast is extraordinary. Josh O'Connor captured the mannerisms and looks of Prince Charles making him totally believable, and sympathetic. The reference to Richard II at the end was beautifully poignant.


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