"The Crown" is a "fictional dramatisation" television series directed by Stephen Daldry, Philip Martin, Julian Jarrold and Peter Morgan.
The starring cast includes Claire Foy, Matt Smith as Philip, Vanessa Kirby, Eileen Atkins as Queen Mary, Jeremy Northam as Anthony Eden, Victoria Hamilton, Ben Miles as Group Captain Peter Townsend, Greg Wise, Jared Harris as King George VI, John Lithgow as Winston Churchill and others.

Here are "The Crown" TV series trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date, streaming services and everything we know so far.


Is there a trailer for The Crown TV series?

Netflix on Thursday, October 20, 2022 released the trailer for "The Crown" you can watch here:
The Crown | Season 5 Official Trailer | Netflix.

Plot summary

What is The Crown TV series plot?

Here is a short review of "The Crown" TV series plot summary.

The Crown portrays the life of Queen Elizabeth II from her wedding in 1947 to Philip (Matt Smith), Duke of Edinburgh, until the early 21st century.
The first season depicts events up to 1955, with Winston Churchill (John Lithgow) resigning as prime minister and the Queen's sister Princess Margaret (Beau Gadsdon) deciding not to marry Peter Townsend. The second season covers the Suez Crisis in 1956, leading to the retirement of Prime Minister Anthony Eden (Jeremy Northam) in 1957; the retirement of Prime Minister Harold Macmillan in 1963, following the scandal of the Profumo affair; and the birth of Prince Edward in 1964.
The third season covers 1964 to 1977, beginning with Harold Wilson's election as prime minister and ending with the Queen's Silver Jubilee, also covering Edward Heath's time as prime minister. Camilla Shand is also introduced. The fourth season is set during Margaret Thatcher's period as prime minister from 1979 to 1990 and also focuses on Lady Diana Spencer.


Who plays who in the The Crown TV series cast?

Here is the full cast and characters of "The Crown" TV series. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.

Claire Foy  as Queen Elizabeth II
Matt Smith  as Philip Duke of Edinburgh
Vanessa Kirby  as Princess Margaret
Eileen Atkins  as Queen Mary
Jeremy Northam  as Anthony Eden
Victoria Hamilton  as Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother
Ben Miles  as Group Captain Peter Townsend (season 1, featured season 2)
Greg Wise  as Lord Mountbatten
Jared Harris  as King George VI (season 1, featured season 2)
John Lithgow  as Winston Churchill (season 1, featured seasons 2 - 3)
Alex Jennings  as David Duke of Windsor
Lia Williams  as Wallis Simpson
Anton Lesser  as Harold MacMillan
Jason Watkins  as Harold Wilson
Erin Doherty  as Princess Anne
Josh O'Connor  as Prince Charles
Gillian Anderson  as Margaret Thatcher
Emma Corrin  as Princess Diana
Stephen Boxer  as Denis Thatcher
Emerald Fennell  as Camilla Parker Bowles
Olivia Colman  as Queen Elizabeth II
Tobias Menzies  as Prince Philip Duke of Edinburgh
Helena Bonham Carter  as Princess Margaret
Ben Daniels  as Lord Snowdon
Marion Bailey  as Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother
Charles Dance  as Lord Mountbatten
Matthew Goode  as Tony Armstrong-Jones
Stephen Dillane  as Graham Sutherland
Gemma Whelan  as Patricia Campbell
John Heffernan  as Lord Altrincham
Finn Elliot  as school-aged Prince Philip (season 2, guest season 3)
Paul Sparks  as Billy Graham a prominent American preacher whom Elizabeth consults (season 2)
Julian Baring  as school-aged Prince Charles (season 2)
Michael C. Hall  as John F. Kennedy the president of the United States
Jodi Balfour  as Jacqueline Kennedy the first lady of the United States
Burghart Klaußner  as Dr Kurt Hahn the founder of Gordonstoun, where Philip and Charles went to school (season 2)
Jane Lapotaire  as Princess Alice of Battenberg Philip's mother (season 3)
Clancy Brown  as Lyndon B. Johnson the president of the United States following Kennedy (season 3)
Michael Maloney  as Prime Minister Edward Heath (season 3)
Andrew Buchan  as Andrew Parker Bowles Camilla's love interest (season 3, recurring season 4)
Mark Lewis Jones  as Edward Millward Prince Charles's Welsh language tutor (season 3)
Harry Treadaway  as Roddy Llewellyn Princess Margaret's boyfriend (season 3, guest season 4)
Tim McMullan  as Robin Woods the dean of Windsor (season 3)
Richard Roxburgh  as Bob Hawke the prime minister of Australia (season 4)
Tom Brooke  as Michael Fagan
Tom Burke  as Derek 'Dazzle' Jennings a civil servant and friend of Princess Margaret (season 4)
Nicholas Farrell  as Michael Shea Elizabeth's press secretary (season 4)
Imelda Staunton  as Queen Elizabeth II
Jonathan Pryce  as Prince Philip Duke of Edinburgh
Lesley Manville  as Princess Margaret
Elizabeth Debicki  as Princess Diana
Dominic West  as Prince Charles
Senan West  as Prince William
Charles Edwards  as Martin Charteris
Pip Torrens  as Tommy Lascelles
Sam Phillips  as Equerry
Will Keen  as Michael Adeane
Lizzy McInnerny  as Bobo Macdonald
Chris Gordon  as Duke of Edinburgh's Valet
Nick Owenford  as Press
James Hillier  as Equerry
Harry Hadden-Paton  as Martin Charteris
Clive Francis  as Lord Salisbury
Teddy Lewis  as Groundskeeper
Jonny Lee Miller  as John Major
Claudia Harrison  as Princess Anne
Flora Montgomery  as Norma Major
Marcia Warren  as Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother
Sam Woolf  as Prince Edward
Khalid Abdalla  as Dodi Al-Fayed
Andrew Havill  as Robert Fellowes
Emma Laird Craig  as Sarah Duchess of York
Salim Daw  as Mohammed Al-Fayed
Humayun Saeed  as Dr. Hasnat Khan
Billy Jenkins  as Prince Charles
Nicholas Rowe  as Jock Colville
Daniel Ings  as Mike Parker
Penny Downie  as Duchess of Gloucester
David Rintoul  as Michael Adeane
Michael Buerk  as Newsreader
Harriet Walter  as Clemmie Churchill
Jonathan Newth  as Page (Buckingham Palace)
Mark Tandy  as Cecil Beaton
Patrick Ryecart  as Duke of Norfolk
Michael Culkin  as Rab Butler
George Asprey  as Walter Monckton
John Humphrys  as Newsreader
Andy Sanderson  as Prince Henry Duke of Gloucester
James Murray  as Prince Andrew
Michael Thomas  as Duke of Gloucester
Richard Goulding  as Edward Adeane
Angus Imrie  as Prince Edward
Verity Russell  as Young Princess Elizabeth
Tom Byrne  as Prince Andrew
Simon Chandler  as Clement Attlee
Kevin McNally  as Bernard Ingham
Paul Jesson  as Sir Geoffrey Howe
Mark Dexter  as Tony Benn
Lorraine Ashbourne  as Barbara Castle
James Laurenson  as Doctor Weir
Patrick Drury  as Lord Chamberlain
Don Gallagher  as Willie Whitelaw
Lasco Atkins  as Club member
Stefan Kopiecki  as Reporter
Beau Gadsdon  as Young Princess Margaret
Dominic Rowan  as Charles Powell
Sylvestra Le Touzel  as Dorothy MacMillan
Georgie Glen  as Ruth Lady Fermoy
Nigel Cooke  as Harry Crookshank
Ronald Pickup  as Archbishop of Canterbury
Steven Blake  as Buckingham Palace Press Secretary
Thomas Padden  as Page (Clarence House)
Richard Elfyn  as Selwyn Lloyd
Geoffrey Breton  as Mark Phillips
Lyla Barrett-Rye  as Princess Anne
John Sackville  as S.I.S. Controller
John Woodvine  as Archbishop of York
Anna Madeley  as Clarissa Eden
Jonathan Wayre  as Projectionist
Chloe Pirrie  as Eileen Parker
Sinead Matthews  as Marcia Williams
Michael Bertenshaw  as Master of the Household
Joseph Kloska  as Porchey
Kate Phillips  as Venetia Scott
Leonie Benesch  as Princess Cecile
Lucy Russell  as Lady Mountbatten
Aden Gillett  as Richard Crossman
Josh Taylor  as Jonathan Dalkeith
Paul Bigley  as John Nott
Paul Sheridan  as Eden's Aide
Peter Ellis  as Sandringham Gamekeeper
Martin Bishop  as King's Valet
Martyn Mayger  as Downing Street Official
Ty Hurley  as American Secret Service
Alisha Tarran  as Margaret's Friend
Gary Kiely  as First Reporter
Catherine Monfils  as Nurse
Alastair Mackenzie  as Richard Aylard
Erin Richards  as Kelly Fisher
Geraldine Chaplin  as Wallis Simpson
Nancy Carroll  as Anne Tennant
Freddie Fox  as Mark Thatcher
Patrick Warner  as Peter Cook
Nicholas Burns  as Anthony Nutting
Richard Teverson  as Colin Tennant
Rebecca Humphries  as Carol Thatcher
Tom Turner  as Patrick Jephson
Catherine Bailey  as Elizabeth Cavendish
Jo Stone-Fewings  as Collins
David Phelan  as Dickie Arbiter
Sophie Stone  as Princess Alice
Guy Williams  as Prince Andrea
Yolanda Kettle  as Camilla Fry
Alana Ramsey  as Sarah Lindsay
Richard Clifford  as Norman Hartnell
Paul Thornley  as Bill Matheson
Letty Thomas  as Virginia Pitman
Ed Cooper Clarke  as Jeremy Fry
Oliver Maltman  as Jim Orr
Tony Jayawardena  as Sir Sonny Ramphal
Adrian Lukis  as Vice-Admiral Conolly Abel Smith
Paul Clayton  as Bob Boothby
Allegra Marland  as Carolyn Pride
Judith Paris  as Wendy Mitchell
Robert Irons  as Freddie Bishop
Ryan Sampson  as Dudley Moore
Tim Steed  as John Profumo
Flora Higgins  as Anne Bolton
Lucas Barber-Grant  as Prince William
John Rowe  as Chief Telephonist (Buckingham Palace)
David Annen  as Alec Douglas-Home
Arran Tinker  as Prince Harry
Alan Gill  as Winkie
Anthony Edridge  as Equerry (Clarence House)
Pippa Winslow  as Blinkie
Amir Boutrous  as Nasser
Nick Hendrix  as Billy Wallace
Connie M'Gadzah  as Sydney Johnson
Jo Herbert  as Mary Charteris
Alison Pargeter  as Buckingham Palace Maid 1
Stuart McQuarrie  as George Thomson
David Bromley  as Footman
Peter Wight  as Newspaper Editor
Julius D'Silva  as Baron Nahum
David Shields  as Colin Tennant
Nicholas Day  as Jim Prior
Matthew Steer  as Wilson's Aide
Simon Paisley Day  as Meryn Lewis
Richard Syms  as Lord Hailsham
Daniel Gosling  as TV Commentator
Andrew Piper  as Balmoral Master of the Household
Laura Cairns  as Balmoral Maid
Peter Pacey  as Lord Soames
Patrick Toomey  as Philip's Private Secretary
Angela Sims  as Princess Margaret's Dresser
Fyfe Dangerfield  as Pianist
Charlie Richards  as Queen's Page
Abigail Parmenter  as Judy Montagu
Jerry Cooke  as Newsreader
David Charles  as George Thomas
Guy Siner  as Francis Pym
Ryan Early  as Radio Producer
James Woolley  as Page (Marlborough House)
Christopher Ravenscroft  as Page (Sandringham)
Tony Guilfoyle  as Bishop of Durham
Michael Shelford  as Duke of Windsor's Valet
Daniel Fraser  as Queen's Equerry
Dugald Bruce-Lockhart  as John Moore
Jessie Aquilina  as Sarah Ferguson
Rosalind Knight  as Princess Andrew of Greece and Denmark
Josie Kidd  as Secretary
Bertie Carvel  as Robin Day
Cory Peterson  as American Guest
Daniel Betts  as Ernst von Hannover
Robert Strange  as F.O. Telephonist
Zak Holland  as Australian Sailor
Lampros Kalfuntzos  as Algerian President
Thea Balich  as Clarence House Maid
Joey Grima  as Archiving Assistant
Claire Ashton  as Investiture Ceremony Guest
Prasanna Puwanarajah  as Martin Bashir
Richard Lintern  as Stephen Ward
Danny Sapani  as President Nkrumah
August Wittgenstein  as Grand Duke Georg Donatus
Samuel West  as Anthony Blunt
Derek Jacobi  as Duke of Windsor
Angus Wright  as Martin Furnival Jones
John Hollingworth  as Porchey
Anna Chancellor  as Lady Rosse
Rupert Vansittart  as Cecil King
Michael Simkins  as Patrick Dean
Alice Hewkin  as Jacqui Chan
Sam Crane  as Patrick Plunket
Eliza Sodró  as Princess Sophie
Colin Morgan  as John Armstrong
Nia Roberts  as Silvia Millward
Martin McDougall  as W. Marvin Watson
Ifan Huw Dafydd  as Howell
Elliott Hughes  as Baby Prince William
Miles Jupp  as Humphrey
Lewis Macleod  as Iain Tennant
Richard Harrington  as Fred Phillips
Henry Pettigrew  as Neil Armstrong
Gemma Jones  as Penelope Carter
Jasper Hughes  as Baby Prince William
Michael Fenton Stevens  as Peter Beck
Anne Lambton  as Gloria
Felix Scott  as Buzz Aldrin
Jack Parry-Jones  as Teacher
Matthew Baldwin  as Kenneth Harris
Takatsuna Mukai  as Japanese Guest
Steven O'Neill  as BBC Commentator
Jay Webb  as Wayne Sleep
Dominic Applewhite  as Dermot
David Roper  as Bishop of Norwich
Bodo Friesecke  as Carl von Loesch
Joshua Lacey  as Jonathan Miller
Ollie Pitman  as Simon Harper
Jessica De Gouw  as Lucy Lindsay-Hogg
Andrew Lee Potts  as Michael Collins
David Wilmot  as Arthur Scargill
Robert Wilfort  as Documentary Director
Paul Hilton  as Michael Straight
Togo Igawa  as Emperor Hirohito
Dyfrig Morris  as Thomas Edwards
Billy Mack  as Ghillie
Luke Cinque-White  as Wayne Sleep's Assistant
Denise Mack  as Jobcentre Employee
Julian Ovenden  as Bobby Kennedy
Tom Durant Pritchard  as Billy Wallace
Seb Carrington  as Alan Bennett
Ivanhoe Norona  as Polynesian Islander
Kit Redding  as Young Jim Orr
Edmund Digby-Jones  as Junior Press Secretary
Gwyneth Keyworth  as Gwen Edwards
Peter Straker  as Elevator Operator
Sidney Jackson  as Prince Edward
Daniel Donskoy  as James Hewitt
Ed Hartland  as Benefits Officer
Samantha Baines  as Mary
Pip Carter  as Colin Tennant
Des McAleer  as Philip Kinghorn Burbidge
Oscar Swire  as Masterson
Julian Glover  as Cecil Boyd-Rochfort
Stephen Riddle  as Derek Parker Bowles
David Summer  as Thomas Parry
Charlotte Gray  as Beryl Moss
Marlo Woolley  as Prince Andrew
Suzanne Kopser  as 'Ladybird' Johnson
Robert Cavanah  as Psychiatrist
Karina Beuthe Orr  as Anne-Charlotte Verney
Christian Jenner  as Fagan's Friend
Martin Marquez  as Royal Detective
Clayton T. Smith  as American General
Jonathan Broadbent  as James Burke
Lucas Hare  as John Barratt
Pierre Azéma  as French Doctor
Alison Jones  as Mary Phillips
Judith Alexander  as Ann Parker Bowles
Clare Perkins  as Social Worker
Donald Douglas  as Lord Chambarlaine
Jonathan Hansler  as Balmoral Guest 1
Olivia Beardsley  as Australian Make-Up Girl
Pierre Philippe  as Jean Garnier
Arthur Nightingale  as Tailor
Hanako Footman  as Lily
Miles Richardson  as George Allen
James Vaughan  as Hairdresser
Nigel Lister  as Anaesthetist
Miltos Yerolemou  as Chronos
Mark Field  as Cavalry Officer
Harry Gostelow  as Mountbatten's Valet
Martin Wimbush  as Dr. Bodley Scott
Robert Benedetti-Hall  as Major Bruce Shand
Bea Stevens-Johnson  as Sarah Edwards
Fred Broom  as Cliff Michelmore
Richard Cant  as Fagan's Local MP
Jacqueline Defferary  as Balmoral Guest 2
Eva Feiler  as Young Margaret Thatcher
Timothy Knightley  as Australian Interviewer
Tim Scragg  as Crown Jeweller
Ian Porter  as U.S. Department Aide
Mirrah Foulkes  as Helen King
Michael Eaves  as Dean of Windsor
Gareth Marks  as Fruity Metcalfe
Dominic Andersen  as Camilla's Date
Kirsty MacLaren  as Violet
Jasper Jacob  as Bank of England Lawyer
Nesba Crenshaw  as Rosalind Shand
Henry Dimbleby  as Richard Dimbleby
Charlie Baron  as Rhys Edwards
Daniel Beales  as Patrick Moore
Jacob Shephard  as Page
Ashley Hope Allan  as Peebles Shop Assistant
Isobel Eadie  as Sarah Spencer
Leanne Everitt  as Christine Fagan
Kevin Hand  as Margaret's Butler
Tim Benton  as Alice Springs Official
Garrick Hagon  as John F. Dulles
Clive Flint  as Arthur Cunningham
Alan David  as Ben Bowen Thomas
Dan Renton Skinner  as Alastair Burnet
Teresa Banham  as Mary Wilson
Peter Ormond  as Captain
Philippe Smolikowski  as Alec Head
Ben Stylianou  as Pawnbroker
Monty D'Inverno  as RAF Officer
Ana Morgan  as Helen Edwards
Janet Suzman  as Literary Agent
Josef Davies  as Christine's Boyfriend
Edward Wolstenholme  as BAS Team Leader
Alexandra Fisher  as Australian Radio Interviewer
Alan Williams  as Professor Hogg
David Gillies  as Telephonist (Clarence House)
David Clatworthy  as Eric Sherbrook Walker
Janet Henfrey  as Vita Sackville-West
James Greene  as Royal Horological Conservator
Péter Fancsikai  as German Passport Officer
Roger Evans  as Editor
Nigel Whitmey  as Marquis Childs
Johnny Vivash  as Mustique Photographer
Jim Creighton  as MI5 Officer
Robert Powell Jones  as Andras Millward
Peredur Hedd Llywelyn  as Geraint Moss
Louis Zegrean  as Young Ted Heath
Trudie Emery  as Katherine Bowes-Lyon
Oscar Foronda  as Constantino Davidoff
Mark Rawlings  as Royal Policeman
Rachel Donovan  as Photographer 1
Bronwyn Baud  as Brisbane Polo Crowd Member
Amelia Bullmore  as Kathleen Sutherland
Andrew Bone  as F.O. Aide
Wayne Harrison  as Governor General of Kenya
Tristan Sturrock  as John Wheeler-Bennett
Euan Macnaughton  as Lord Caithness
Aliya Tanikpaeva  as Galina Ulanova
Maximilian Dirr  as Junkers Pilot
Sidwell Ralitsoele  as Nkrumah's Aide
Anthony O'Donnell  as Mayor of Merthyr Tyfdil
Guy Oliver-Watts  as Lord Chamberlain
William Ellis  as Queen's Flight Captain
Tony Bell  as Guardian Editor
Ruby Richardson  as Young Ted Heath's Mother
Alice White  as Bethan
Andrew Cullum  as Race Commentator
Miriam Lucia  as Australian TV Reporter
Pauline Hendrickson  as Nerissa Bowes-Lyon
Matt Emery  as Photographer 2
Simon Kirk  as Andrew's Co-Pilot
Andrea Deck  as Jean Wallop
David Yelland  as Commander Vyner
Héléna Soubeyrand  as Marie-Antoinette de Bellaigue
Simon Poland  as Chief Scientist (Met Office)
Clare Holman  as Princess Marina
Stella Gonet  as Margaret Lambert
Douggie McMeekin  as Sunny Blandford
Adam Stevenson  as Ghillie
Edward Tidy  as Junkers Crew Member
John Finn  as Arthur 'Bull' Hancock
Colin Stinton  as Lawrence E. Spivak
Clifford Rose  as Dean of Windsor
Richard Sutton  as Gunnery Instructor
Hugh Thomas  as Bishop of Llandaff
Guy Chambers  as Pianist
Robert East  as Director
Michael Colgan  as IRA Lieutenant
Madeleine Bowyer  as Earlswood Nurse 1
Robin Kermode  as Interviewer
Nathan Vale  as Tenor
Helena Huang  as Vox Pop Woman 1
Caroline Goodall  as Lady Doris
Sara Vickers  as Marion Crawford
Anthony Flanagan  as Thurman
Jonathan Rhodes  as Impact Producer
Denis Khoroshko  as Russian Naval Captain
Matt Blair  as American Historian
Péter Barbinek  as German Valet
Kevin Eldon  as Priest Michael
Tim Bentinck  as John Betjeman
Dafydd Hywel  as Shopkeeper
Chris Kyriacou  as Police Chief
Alasdair Craig  as Co-Pilot
Christopher Naylor  as Lord Snowdon's Valet
Sanchia McCormack  as Buckingham Palace Maid 2
Denver-Isaac Kwashe  as Journalist
Wendy-Lee Purdy  as Vox Pop Woman 2
Tina Byrne  as Earlswood Patient 1
Georgia Howlett  as Ballet Dancer
Lin Sagovsky  as Elspeth Howe
Michael Cochrane  as Vice Provost Sir Henry Marten
John Standing  as Imbert-Terry
Jamie de Courcey  as Doctor
Peter Sandys-Clarke  as BBC Producer
Yves Aubert  as French Historian
Sam Wilkinson  as Royal Australian Navy Officer
James Borthwick  as Leonid Brezhnev
Anthony Brophy  as James Jesus Angleton
Richard Walsh  as Joe Gormley
Georgina Strawson  as Buckingham Palace Maid
Jonathan Coote  as Priest 1
Rebecca Harries  as Local Woman 1
Claire Jeater  as Receptionist
Nicholas James Mead  as Jazz Band Musician
Annette Badland  as Doctor Margaret Heagarty
Douglas Reith  as Admiral Leach
David Maybrick  as Security Man 1
Moya O'Shea  as Vox Pop Woman 3
Tom Espiner  as Simon Freeman
Annette Edwards  as Earlswood Patient 2
Aitor Viscarolasaga Lopez  as Ballet Dancer
Richard Ritchie  as Dean of St Paul's
Rebecca Benson  as Nurse
Grant Gillespie  as Messenger
Ben Fox  as Princess Margaret's Private Secretary
Amy Doyle  as Colville's Secretary
Jack Chissick  as Vendor
Barnabás Tóth  as French Diplomat
Michael Sheldon  as Alec Cadogan
Eddy Jones  as Gordonstoun Pupil
Matt Harris  as Mountbatten's Page
Catrin-Mai Huw  as Local Woman 2
Sam Parks  as Priest 2
Gerrard McArthur  as Garter at Arms
Luke Juby  as Jazz Band Musician
Graham Vanas  as Doorman
Nadia Williams  as Verona Middleton-Jeter
Peter Symonds  as Hardy Amies
Eileen Dunwoodie  as Diana's Maid
Adam Fitzgerald  as Graham Evans
Patrick Bailey  as Security Man 2
Andy Clarkson  as Earlswood Nurse 2
Thom Tuck  as Journalist #1
Stephen Chance  as Director (Met Office)
Matthew Marsh  as President Eisenhower
Tom Lawrence  as Reporter
David Shaw Parker  as Hawker
Skye Hallam  as Lee Radziwill
Matthew Bates  as Deputy Under-Secretary
Martin Chamberlain  as Aneurin Bevan
Richard Griffiths  as Gordonstoun Pupil
Andrew Buckley  as Priest 3
Jamie Chapman  as Reporter
Milly Thomas  as Mirror Group Secretary
Michelle McTernan  as Local Woman 3
Luke Stenner  as Jazz Band Musician
Naomi Allisstone  as Hazel Hawke
Ailema Sousa  as Linda Correa
Richard Allinson  as Radio DJ
John McCormack  as Earlswood Nurse 3
Todd Boyce  as U.S.A.F. General
Garry Lake  as Journalist #2
Dan Sitoe  as Chief Sironka
Gala Gordon  as Christine Keeler
Peter Forbes  as Barrister
James Garnon  as Stanislaw Radziwill
Ed Eales White  as Foreign Office Translator
Attila Bardóczy  as French Orderly
Felix Cann  as Gordonstoun Pupil
Sam Spiegel  as Christian Pineau
Mark Lewis  as Local Man 1
Simon Connolly  as Marvin Miles
John Vaughan  as Mountbatten Staff
Michael Parker  as Documentary Narrator
Richie Garrison  as Jazz Band Musician
Vaughn Johseph  as U.S. TV Reporter
Kenneth Coombs  as Victoria Station Newspaper Seller
Oliver de Rohan  as Australian Reporter 1
Clare Foster  as Nancy Lewis
Yule Masiteng  as Chief Kungu Waruhiu
Paul Baker  as Journalist #3
Jeannie Kinkaid  as Telephonist (Sandringham Stables)
Catherine Lamb  as Mrs. Wills
Terrence Hardiman  as Doctor Evans
Jeremy Wheeler  as Doctor Jacobson
Hugh Futcher  as David Ben-Gurion
William Tapley  as Base Commander
Clifford Barry  as Detective
Daniel Geddes  as Gordonstoun Pupil
Ashley Alymann  as Sultan of Perak
James Sobol Kelly  as American Journalist 1
Rhys Parry Jones  as Local Man 2
Richard Shanks  as Clarence House Equerry
Andrew Joseph  as Jazz Band Musician
Roger May  as Cabinet Photographer
David Cary  as Australian Reporter 2
Pankaj Chandak  as Margaret's Surgeon
Bu Kunene  as New Yorker
Ed Stoppard  as Tony Longdon
John Surman  as Cecil Mann Crown Jeweller
Mike Sengelow  as Australian Doctor
Josh Cook  as Footman (Buckingham Palace)
Matt Newman  as Morris
Rebecca Saire  as Baba Metcalfe
Jeffrey Ho  as Sultan of Perak's Interpreter
Keenan Arrison  as Egyptian Interpreter
Jacques Boudet  as President de Gaulle
Harrison Burnside  as Jameson
Grahame Fox  as Worker 1
Lucy Newman-Williams  as American Journalist 2
John Moraitis  as New Yorker
Anthony Harwood  as Australian Photographer
Katie Bird  as Soprano
Nicholas Jones  as Lord Moran
Freddie Meredith  as Secretary (Lambeth Palace)
Treasure Tshabalala  as Chief Pelipel
Robin Bowerman  as Page (Rhodesia)
Adel Tuzani  as Nasser's Aide
Alec Nicholls  as Downing Street Aide
Ian Hallard  as Analyst
Grace Stone  as Anne Tennant
Roderick Gilkison  as Simon Harper's Friend
David Shackleton  as Provost
Dai Tabuchi  as Japanese Journalist
Jason May  as Worker 2
Ryan O'Donnell  as Brisbane Reporter 1
Jared McNeill  as New Yorker
Paul Longley  as Footman (Abbey)
Edmund Wiseman  as Radio Announcer
Matt Rippy  as US Intelligence Officer
Reilly Shanahan  as Hoare
Lamar Bonhomme  as Egyptian Colonel
Linda Small  as Elderly Ghanaian Servant
Simon Nehan  as Worker 3
Olivier Raynal  as French Journalist
Alistair Moulton Black  as Brisbane Reporter 2
Reis Daniel  as New Yorker
Fenias Timbe  as Kenyan Boy
Luke Vernon  as US Soldier
Penelope McGhie  as Henrietta Woods
Rayhaan Kufuor-Gray  as New York Boy
Jayne Edwards  as Brisbane Crowd Member
Clive Arrindell  as Newspaper Proprietor
Greg Lockett  as US Military Courier
David Troke  as Jazz Band
Callum Coates  as Butler at Althorp
James Millard  as BBC Roving Reporter
Eileen Ross  as Nanny Barnes
Daniel Philpott  as Adolf Hitler
Jacob Shaw  as Jazz Band
Aimee Hodnett  as Singer
Leon Hutchings  as Page Boy
Mark Pusey  as Jazz Band
Kate Parr  as Singer
Tom Fairfoot  as Royal Detective
Oliver McKinnon-Wardell  as Page Boy #2
Robert Yeo  as Jazz Band
Simon Armstrong  as Councillor
Nick Wymer  as Kenneth Clarke
Ronald Moger  as Reporter
Rebecca Poole  as Singer
Salton Maepa  as Sagana Lodge Hotel Manager
Steven Elliot  as Geoffrey Morgan
Al Barclay  as Michael Howard
Alex Harland  as Newsreader
Bongo Mbutuma  as Outspan Hotel Manager
David Rees Talbot  as Alun Jenkins
Harriet Benson  as Patricia Knatchbull
Keith Chopping  as Norman Lamont
Charles Panapa  as Maori Dancer
Noni Harrison  as Indira Gandhi
Christopher Gxalaba  as Kenyan Policeman
Nicholas McGaughey  as Supervisor
Martin Fisher  as Peter Lilley
Valerie Sarruf  as Dowager Lady Brabourne
Hilton Gibbons  as Maori Dancer
Bharat Mistri  as Indian Diplomat
Lynn Hunter  as Colliery Secretary
Marc Ozall  as John Major
Brandon Whitt  as Timothy Knatchbull
Richard Keane  as Maori Dancer
Philip Philmar  as Embalmer
Evan Whitt  as Nicholas Knatchbull
Karl Burrows  as Maori Dancer
Ivy Nkutha  as Treetops Housekeeper
Duncan Duff  as Cecil Parkinson
Mark Carlisle  as Lord Brabourne
Shane Cahill  as Maori Dancer
Sarah Muhoho  as Sagana Lodge Housekeeper
Oliver Milburn  as Chris Patten
Patrick McBrearty  as Francis McGirl
Gerry Williamson  as Maori Dancer
Michael Mears  as Malcolm Rifkind
Mark Brennan  as Thomas McMahon
Ross Burns  as Maori Dancer
Stephen Greif  as Speaker of the House
Acushla-Tara Kupe  as Maori Dancer
Gerard Ban Lavery  as Fisherman
Rob Curling  as Showjumping Commentator
Luke Classon  as Maori Dancer
David Kerr  as Showjumping Judge
Kiwiroa Marshall  as Maori Dancer
Richard Stirling  as Showjumping Timekeeper
Francis Adams  as Photographer
Rory Clark  as Maori Dancer
Roy Sampson  as Laurens Van Der Post
Kaitlan Potter  as Maori Dancer
Amy Searles  as Kanga
Tira  as Maori Dancer
Aleesha Gordon  as Maori Dancer
Alister Hobdell  as Maori Dancer
Kimiora Burrows  as Maori Dancer
Jesse Mutu  as Maori Dancer
Arihia Cassidy  as Maori Dancer
Zaiya Mahutariki  as Maori Dancer
Stevey Taylor  as Maori Dancer
Leigh Thompson  as Maori Dancer
Johanna Smitz  as Screaming Girl
Dean Weir  as Junior Doctor
Siyabonga Xaba  as Kenyan Boy
Steve Carroll  as Press
Martin Bratanov  as Photographer Assistant
Matt Beauman-Jones  as Press Journalist
Vash Singh  as Crowd
Jemma Lewis  as Main Switchboard Operator
James Francis Andrews  as Journalist
Kristina E Miller  as Downing Street Secretary
Edward Olhausen  as Choirboy
Mikaél Frimpong  as Messenger
Emma Louise Webb  as Geraldine
Bernardo Santos  as Protester
Kenny-Lee Mbanefo  as Ghanian Diplomat
Paul Dewdney  as Charles W Wilmot
John Warman  as British News Reporter
Bradley Wj Miller  as Gerald
Laura Vivio  as Londoner
Fares Boulos  as Ken Russell
Justified  as Ghanan Soldier
Torin Pocock  as Sergeant
Kristian Drew  as Dinner Guest
Dardan Kolicaj  as Junior Archivist
Andrew Steel  as Photographer
Mark Sayer  as Detective
Maya Raskin  as Londoner
Andy Mihalache  as SS Captain Karl Schulz
Rahima Delvero  as Mrs. Patel
Emilia Rose Arnò  as Model (Blue Kennedy Dress)
Angus Scott  as Resident Factor of Balmoral
Alan Cassidy  as Jaguar Factory Worher
Tahlia Norrish  as Brisbane Fan 1
Olivia Williams  as Camilla Parker
Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu  as Monique Ritz
Harry Anton  as Trevor Rees-Jones
Colin Blyth  as Doctor
Andrea Scarduzio  as Yacht Salesman
Adonis Kapsalis  as Captain Fletcher
Joanna Ignaczewska  as Polish Interviewer
Theo Fraser Steele  as Timothy Laurence
James Harper-Jones  as Tom Parker Bowles
Lucy Gape  as Fayed's Secretary
Victor Solé  as Referee
Liam Edwards  as Press Officer
Layo-Christina Akinlude  as Barbara Anderson
Loris Monet  as Fireman
Kate Cook  as Susie Orbach
Taru Devani  as Indian woman
Rufus Kampa  as Prince William
Andy M Milligan  as British Soldier
Meg Bellamy  as Kate Middleton
Ed McVey  as Prince William
Emilia Karlsson  as Nurse


What are The Crown filming details?

"The Crown" series are produced by Sony Pictures Television and Left Bank Pictures.

The average duration of each episode is 47 - 61 minutes. Country of origin: United Kingdom and United States. Original language: English.


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"The Crown" TV series got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 8.7/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 90/100.

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