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Cast and characters[edit]

Main cast[edit]
Corey Stoll as Dr. Ephraim "Eph" Goodweather, the head of the CDC Canary Team in New York
City.[11]
David Bradley as Professor Abraham Setrakian, a Holocaust survivor turned New
York pawnbroker. Jim Watson portrays a young Setrakian in flashbacks.[12][13]
Ma Maestro as Dr. Nora Martinez, a member of the CDC Canary Team and Eph's closest
ally.[14] (seasons 12)
Kevin Durand as Vasiliy Fet, a once-solitary rat exterminator of Ukrainian descent, who is caught
up in the fight for humanity.[15]
Jonathan Hyde as Eldritch Palmer/The Master, an elderly billionaire invalid driven to obtain
immortality. Charlie Gallant portrays a young Palmer in flashbacks.[16]
Richard Sammel as Thomas Eichhorst, an undead vampire acolyte of the Master who has a 70-
year history with Setrakian. In his former life, he was a Nazi commander at the Treblinka
extermination camp in German-occupied Poland.[16]
Sean Astin as Jim Kent, a CDC administrator who works with Eph and Nora.[17] (season 1, guest
season 2)
Jack Kesy as Gabriel Bolivar/The Master, a philandering rock star with an appetite for
recreational drugs and is one of the Master's vampire acolytes before becoming the Master's
host body. (seasons 12, recurring season 3)[18]
Natalie Brown as Kelly Goodweather, Eph's estranged wife.[19] (seasons 13, guest season 4)
Miguel Gomez as Augustin "Gus" Elizalde, a gang member who just got out of juvenile prison.[20]
Ben Hyland (season 1) and Max Charles (seasons 24) as Zach Goodweather, the son of
Ephraim and Kelly.[21][22]
Robin Atkin Downes as the voice of the Master, one of the seven Ancient vampires and the
series' central antagonist.[23]
Ruta Gedmintas as Dutch Velders, an internet hacker hired by Palmer, who turns against the
company when she realizes what she has done. (recurring season 1, main seasons 24)
Rupert Penry-Jones as Mr. Quinlan, a half-vampire with a vendetta against the
Master.[24] (seasons 24)
Samantha Mathis as Justine Feraldo, a tenacious New York City councilwoman for Staten
Island. (recurring season 2, main season 3)[25]
Joaqun Coso as Angel Guzman Hurtado, a retired wrestler once known as "The Silver Angel".
(recurring season 2, main season 3)[26]
Recurring cast[edit]
Cas Anvar as Sanjay Desai, a Stoneheart employee and subordinate of Eichhorst. (seasons 3
4)
Pedro Miguel Arce as Felix, Gus's friend. (season 1)
Adriana Barraza as Guadalupe Elizalde, Gus and Crispin's mother. (seasons 13)
Brenda Bazinet as Pauline McGeever, a vampire victim experimented on by Eph and Nora.
(season 2)
Nigel Bennett as Dr. Werner Dreverhaven, a former Nazi physician turned vampire. (seasons 2
3)
Anne Betancourt as Mariela Martinez, Nora's mother who suffers from dementia. (season 1)
Lizzie Brocher as Coco Marchand, Palmer's new personal assistant. (season 2)[27]
Inga Cadranel as Diane, a Queens native and Kelly's best friend. (season 1)
Ron Canada as George Lyle, the Mayor of New York City. (season 2)[28]
Francis Capra as Crispin Elizalde, Gus's con artist brother. (season 1)[29]
K. C. Collins as Captain Daniel Roman, an Army officer who formerly served at a nuclear missile
silo. (season 4)
Nicola Correia-Damude as Nikki, a roommate and friend of Dutch Velders.
Roger Cross as Reggie Fitzwilliam, Palmer's caregiver and head of security. (seasons 12)[30]
Miranda Edwards as Eve, a human agent working with Quinlan and The Ancients. (season 2)
Kevin Hanchard as Curtis Fitzwilliam, a firefighter and Reggie's brother. (season 2)[31]
Jamie Hector as Alonso Creem, an arms dealer and gang leader. (seasons 12, 4)
Leslie Hope as Joan Luss, an attorney and one of the plane's surviving passengers. (season
1)[32]
Jocelyn Hudon as Abby, a maid who befriends Zach. (season 4)
Doug Jones as one of the Ancients, the seven original vampires.[33] Jones also portrays the
Master's previous host before Jusef in a flashback. (seasons 13)
Daniel Kash as Dr. Everett Barnes, the director of the CDC and later Secretary for Health and
Human Services. (seasons 12)
Parveen Kaur as Aanya Gupta, a waitress and the daughter of the owners of the Tandoori
Palace. (season 2)
Tom Kemp as Cardinal McNamara, a Catholic cardinal who is selling an item of interest to both
Setrakian and Palmer. (season 2)
Regina King as Ruby Wain, Bolivar's intelligent and accomplished manager. (season 1)[34]
Ron Lea as Harrison McGeever, a vampire victim experimented on by Eph and Nora. (season 2)
Robert Maillet as Jusef Sardu, a 19th-century Polish noble who was the Master's host body until
he was gravely injured.[29] (season 12)
Stephen McHattie as Vaun, leader of a band of undead hunters sent to destroy the vampire
outbreak. (seasons 12)[35]
Melanie Merkosky as Sylvia Kent, Jim Kent's cancer-stricken wife. (season 1)[34]
Rhona Mitra as Charlotte, a woman who joins Fet and Quinlan in their search for weapons to
destroy the Master. (season 4)
Drew Nelson as Matt Sayles, Kelly Goodweather's live-in boyfriend. (season 1)[36]
Paulino Nunes as Captain Frank Kowalski, an NYPD officer working with Justine Feraldo.
(season 23)
America Olivo as Captain Kate Rogers, the commander of a squad of NYPD combatants.
(season 3)
Angel Parker as Alex Green, the leader of a group of anti-strigoi resistance fighters. (season 4)
Jonathan Potts as Captain Doyle Redfern, pilot of the flight and one of the outbreak's few
survivors. (season 1)
Michael Reventar as Raul, Gus's cousin. (season 4)
Kim Roberts as Neeva, Joan Luss' nanny and housekeeper. (season 1)
Nikolai Witschl as Ansel Barbour, one of the plane's surviving passengers. (season 1)

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