"The Letter for the King" is a coming-of-age adventure television series directed by Alex Holmes, Felix Thompson and William Davies.
The starring cast includes Amir Wilson as Tiuri, Ruby Ashbourne Serkis as Lavinia, Thaddea Graham as Iona, Gijs Blom as Prince Viridian, Islam Bouakkaz as Arman, Jonah Lees as Jussipo, Jack Barton as Foldo, Nathanael Saleh as Piak, Kemi-Bo Jacobs as Darya, Peter Ferdinando as Jaro and others.
Here are "The Letter for the King" 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 Letter for the King TV series?
Netflix on Wednesday, February 26, 2020 released the trailer for "The Letter for the King" you can watch here:
The Letter for the King | Official Trailer | Netflix.
What is The Letter for the King TV series plot?
Here is a short review of "The Letter for the King" TV series plot summary.
A young aspiring knight Tiuri (Amir Wilson) finds himself on a perilous mission to deliver a secret letter to the King who lives across the Great Mountains.
Who plays who in the The Letter for the King TV series cast?
Here is the full cast and characters of "The Letter for the King" TV series. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.
Amir Wilson as Tiuri
Ruby Ashbourne Serkis as Lavinia
Thaddea Graham as Iona
Gijs Blom as Prince Viridian
Islam Bouakkaz as Arman
Jonah Lees as Jussipo
Jack Barton as Foldo
Nathanael Saleh as Piak
Kemi-Bo Jacobs as Darya
Peter Ferdinando as Jaro
David Wenham as Sir Tiuri The Valiant
Omid Djalili as Sir Fantumar
Ken Nwosu as Ristridin
Ben Chaplin as The Black Knight
Andy Serkis as Mayor of Mistrinaut
Kim Bodnia as Abbot
Emilie Cocquerel as Queen Alianor
Lisa Loven Kongsli as Shona
Yorick van Wageningen as King Favian
Peter McCauley as General
Jakob Oftebro as Prince Iridian
Tawfeek Barhom as Jabroot
Jóhannes Haukur Jóhannesson as Bors
Fionn O'Shea as Tristan
David Wilmot as Slupor
Jan Bijvoet as Vokia
Ross Armstrong as Balin
Moshidi Motshegwa as Eviellan Shaman
Charlotte Mills as Branwen
Gabriel Soler as Court Artist
Jim High as Grey Rider
Scroobius Pip as Grey Rider
Tom Lawrence as Knight
James Beaumont as Knight
Lucas Haugh as Page
Harry Lawtey as Maurice
Lukas Melnik as Viridian's Soldier
Steven O'Donnell as Mayor's Constable
Frederick Schmidt as Courier Red Rider
Curtis Gordon Matthew as Villager
Andrew Grainger as Pox-Faced Captain
Tony Masek as Young Man
Dan Milne as Dagonaut Courtier
Tania Anderson as Lady-in-Waiting
Ales Bílík as Unauwen Servant
Emil Linka as Viridian's Guard
Paul Dean as Unauwen Sentry
Carl Drake as Unauwen Herald
John Warren as Old Man at Mountain Pass
Christian Dunckley Clark as Man at Boat
Lucy Russell as Eloise
Jan Jankovský as Ship Foreman
Dan Bradford as Unauwen Guard
Kris Hitchen as Ardoc
Jan Filipenský as Dead Horse Thief
Ian Mune as Knight in Hollow
Greg Smith as Blacksmith in Hollow
Timothy Raby as Defrocked Priest in Hollow
Jeremy Elwood as Lone Sentry
Kendrick Ong as Palace Guard
Jan Spanbauer as Innkeeper
David Bowles as Monk
Amy Huck as Jussipo's Mother
Antonia Desplat as Milou's Mother
Victoria Revellese as Milou
Phil Zimmerman as Brother William
Gregory Gudgeon as Land Owner
What are The Letter for the King filming details?
"The Letter for the King" series are produced by FilmWave.
Country of origin: United Kingdom and Netherlands. Original language: English.
What are critics and audiences saying about The Letter for the King TV series?
"The Letter for the King" TV series got average rating from critics. IMDB rating is 5.9/10.
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