‘The Musketeers’ Series 2 – 2015 BBC Cast List

The Musketeers season 2 BBC cast list – 2015. Santiago Cabrera, Luke Pasqualino, Howard Charles and Tom Burke return for a second action packed series.

The Musketeers Cast List – Season 2 Regulars

Character – Actor/Actress

D’Artagnan – Luke Pasqualino (Skins, The Borgias, Inside No. 9, Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome)

Athos – Tom Burke (The Hour, All About George, Utopia, State of Play)

Porthos – Howard Charles (Black Forest)

Aramis – Santiago Cabrera (Heroes, Merlin, Anna Karenina, Falcón, Empire)

Marc Warren as Comte De Rochefort in Series 2 of The Musketeers - Image Credit: BBC/Dusan Martincek

Marc Warren as Comte De Rochefort in Series 2 of The Musketeers – Image Credit: BBC/Dusan Martincek

Captain Treville – Hugo Speer (The Full Monty, Bedlam, Father Brown, Echo Beach, Bleak House, Sorted, The Rotters’ Club)

Constance Bonacieux – Tamla Kari (The Inbetweeners Movie, The Inbetweeners 2, Cuckoo, The Job Lot)

Bonacieux – Bo Poraj (Miranda)

Milady – Maimie McCoy (Personal Affairs, Top Buzzer, Loving Miss Hatto, The Last Witch)

King Louis – Ryan Gage (The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies, Murder on the Home Front)

Queen Anne – Alexandra Dowling (Game of Thrones)

Comte De Rochefort – Marc Warren (Hustle, Mad Dogs, The Good Wife, Without You, Mutual Friends, State of Play)

Marguerite (The dauphin’s governess/carer) – Charlotte Salt (Casualty, Bedlam)

Lemay – Ed Stoppard (Cilla, The Politician’s Husband, Upstairs Downstairs)

Catherine – Marianne Oldham (The Crimson Field, Foyle’s War)

Villefort – Phil Rowson (Coronation Street, Hollyoaks)


Guest Cast List by Episode of First Appearance

Episode 1/10 – 2/1/15 – Keep Your Friends Close

Perales (Spanish Ambassador) – Will Keen (Titanic TV series, Casualty 1907)

Courtier (Man who announces the entrance of Perales) – Richard Mulholland

Physician – Peter Pacey

Alvarez – Andy Lucas (Ambassadors)

Allard – John Harding

Spanish Captain – Mateo Rufino

Spanish Officer – Hugo Nicolau

General de Foix (The man The Musketeers and Rochefort travel to free) – Dominic Mafham

Lucie de Foix (General de Foix’s sister who D’Artagnan catches undressing for a bath) – Olivia Llewellyn

Monk (Man going to prayer who interrupts Rochefort and Perales) – Anthony Houghton

Bishop – Robin Browne

Villager – Mark Carter

Aramis and Queen Anne: Marguerite (CHARLOTTE SALT), Queen Anne (ALEXANDRA DOWLING) and Aramis (SANTIAGO CABRERA) - Image Credit: BBC/Dusan Martinek

Marguerite (CHARLOTTE SALT), Queen Anne (ALEXANDRA DOWLING) and Aramis (SANTIAGO CABRERA) – Image Credit: BBC/Dusan Martinek

Episode 2/10 – 9/1/15 – An Ordinary Man

Antoine – Chris Ryman (Count Arthur Strong, No Signal)

Bruno Lemaitre – Stuart Bowman (Gary Tank Commander)

Sebastian Lemaitre – Brian McCardie (Titanic TV series, M.I.High)

Poupart – Brian Pettifer (Hamish Macbeth, Rab C. Nesbitt)

Gus – Christopher Fulford (Collision, Whitechapel)

Pierre Pepin – Micah Balfour (The Time of Your Life, The Bill)

Simone Peppin – Sandra Reid

Didi – Anton Saunders

Shipping Clerk – Mark Penfold (Wire in the Blood)


Episode 3/10 – 16/1/15 – The Good Traitor

Prostitute (Rochefort’s pretend queen) – Celeste Dodwell (Home and Away)

Tariq – Colin Salmon (24: Live Another Day, Tomorrow Never Dies, The World Is Not Enough, Hex, Bad Girls, Keen Eddie, Arrow, Some Girls)

Samara (Tariq’s daughter) – Antonia Thomas (Misfits, Homefront, Scrotal Recall)

Navas – Oliver Rix (Death Comes to Pemberley)

Baltasar – Finbar Lynch (Proof, Breathless)

Tariq (COLIN SALMON) in The Musketeers season 2 - Image Credit: BBC/Dusan Martincek

Tariq (COLIN SALMON) – Image Credit: BBC/Dusan Martincek

Episode 4/10 – 30/1/15 – Emilie

Emilie – Emma Lowndes (Downton Abbey, Cranford)

Josette – Ellie Haddington (Foyle’s War, The Cafe, Bad Girls, Spies of Warsaw, Life Begins, Scott & Bailey, Atlantis)

Peasant Woman – Laura Hobson

Raymond – Charles Venn (EastEnders, Footballers’ Wives, Dream Team, The Brothers)


Episode 5/10 – 13/2/15 – The Return

Jeanne – Linzey Cocker (Waterloo Road, Drop Dead Gorgeous, City Lights, Conviction, Northern Lights)

Bertrand – Steve Evets (Rev ,Five Days, In the Flesh)

Renard – Miles Anderson (Ultimate Force, Holby City)

Edmond – Barney White


Episode 6/10 – 20/2/15 – Through a Glass Darkly

Marmion – Leo Gregory (Strike Back, Mrs Biggs, The Jury)

Vicomte de la Prade – Tristan Beint (EastEnders)

Comtesse de Gagnon – Jessica Guise

Monsieur Fernel – Nick Caldecott

Madame Fernel – Katie Lightfoot

Robert – Nathan Wright (Doctors)

Athos (TOM BURKE), Milady (MAIMIE MCCOY) and Captain Treville (HUGO SPEER) - Image Credit: BBC/Dusan Martinek

Athos (TOM BURKE), Milady (MAIMIE MCCOY) and Captain Treville (HUGO SPEER) – Image Credit: BBC/Dusan Martinek

Episode 7/10 – 27/2/15 – A Marriage of Inconvenience

Louise – Perdita Weeks (The Great Fire, Titanic, The Promise, The Tudors, Lost in Austen)

Francesco – Ben Starr

Duc de Barville – Nicholas Blane (The Great Fire, Law & Order: UK, Little Dorrit, Coronation Street, Trial & Retribution)

Archbishop Jacqueme – Laurence Kennedy (The Life and Adventures of Nick Nickleby, The Hour)

Boucher – Andrew Westfield (Cranford)

Chancellor Dupre – Tony Guilfoyle (Father Ted)

Arnauda’s Servant – James Joyce


Episode 8/10 – 6/3/15 – The Prodigal Father

Camille – Phoebe Dynevor (Waterloo Road, Prisoners Wives, The Village)

Martine – Ellie Bamber (A Mother’s Son)

Belgard – Liam Cunningham (Outcasts, Game of Thrones, Titanic: Blood and Steel, The Clinic)

Levesque – Steven Cree (Lip Service, Outlander, Shetland)

Eleanor – Emma Hamilton (The Tudors)

Young Girl – Amanda Wass

Town House Servant – Ben Addis (The Eichmann Show)


Episode 9/10 – 20/3/15 – The Accused

Sister Teresa – Hara Yannas (The Smoke)


Episode 10/10 – 7/3/15 – Trial and Punishment

Vargas – Peter Sullivan (The Borgias, The Hour, The Passion, Wire in the Blood, Backup, The Bill)

Spanish Captain – Alex Giannini

The new 2015 series of The Musketeers sees a couple of key changes to the shows regular cast line-up. First will be the exit of Peter Capaldi as Cardinal Richelieu, with the Scottish actor now focusing on his role as the new Doctor. Secondly, there’s the addition of actor Marc Warren, who’ll play the new series baddie Comte De Rochefort. The ‘Hustle’ and ‘Mad Dogs’ stars character is described as having a ‘talent for sword fighting and a taste for adventure’, so expect a more hands on villain than we got with the Cardinal.

Episode Titles List

1: Keep Your Friends Close
2: An Ordinary Man
3: The Good Traitor
4: Emilie
5: The Return
6: Through a Glass Darkly
7: A Marriage of Inconvenience
8: The Prodigal Father
9: The Accused
10: Trial and Punishment

Cast Video Interviews

When does The Musketeers season 2 start in the UK?

The Musketeers series 2 UK start date and time has been officially set for Friday 2 January 2015 at 9:00pm on BBC1, switching from series 1’s original Sunday night slot. Though this means the show won’t have to jump out of the way of this years BAFTA Awards, Friday nights bring with them even worse interruptions.

If your wondering on any given Friday night why The Musketeers isn’t on, chances are it’s either due to BBC One’s live coverage of FA Cup football, or Six Nations Rugby. This means you’ll frustratingly have to wait another week to watch the next instalment of D’Artagnan and co’s adventures. Annoying, but perhaps not on the same level as the Atlantis mid-season break.

Meanwhile, the shows US premiere date has now also been announced, with The Musketeers cast returning to BBC America on Saturday January 17 2015 at 9:00pm ET.

Filming for the second season began in Prague during April 2014 and it’s now been officially confirmed by the BBC that the new series will again comprise of 10, 60-minute episodes.

Behind the Scenes of The Musketeers Series 2: D’Artagnan and Constance

Created by Adrian Hodges, this latest TV drama is his fresh and contemporary take on the classic characters of the Alexandre Dumas novel ‘The Three Musketeers’.

Earlier Cast News

Actor Colin Salmon and actress Antonia Thomas are set to guest star together in an episode written by Adrian Hodges and Lucy Catherine. Colin is most famous for playing the role of Charles Robinson in the three James Bond films: ‘Tomorrow Never Dies’, ‘The World Is Not Enough’ and ‘Die Another Day’, plus the character James Shade in the ‘Resident Evil’ series of movies. Antonia meanwhile, is best known for playing Alisha in the E4 comedy-drama ‘Misfits’ and Maddy in the BBC series ‘The Deep’.

This particular episode of The Musketeers will see Colin play the part of Tariq, a mysterious interloper on the run from Spain, while Antonia plays his daughter Samara, a gutsy and resilient woman whose life is put at risk when her father becomes exiled.

Executive producers, Adrian Hodges and Jessica Pope told the BBC: “We’re excited to welcome an actor of Colin’s reputation to The Musketeers. He will bring wonderful charisma and sense of mystery to the role. We’ve also been aware for some time of Antonia’s wonderful work in films and TV series such as Sunshine On Leith and Misfits, among numerous others. She brings such intelligence and vibrancy to every role she plays and we are thrilled to have her as Samara.”

For the new series, Hodges promises “More stunts, more action, a little humour and wit, and some romance in the mix, as before”. This time however, the shows lead writer tells us to expect “A more demanding journey than before, as we’ve upped the serial element and taken the show in a slightly tougher and perhaps more surprising direction. . . The tone remains the same but this is a darker and sexier Musketeers.”