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Peaky Blinders (2013 - 2019)

Peaky Blinders (2013 - 2019)



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A notorious gang in 1919 Birmingham, England, is led by the fierce Tommy Shelby, a crime boss set on moving up in the world no matter the cost.
Creator: Steven Knight

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Critics Consensus: While Peaky Blinders's fifth season suffers somewhat from superficial characterization, it remains one of TVs most visually thrilling endeavors.

2019, Netflix, 6 episodes

Critics Consensus: Peaky Blinders' confident fourth season doubles down on the violent delights without losing the meticulous detailing that made the show so appealing in the first place.

2017, Netflix, 6 episodes

Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

2016, Netflix, 6 episodes

Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

2014, Netflix, 6 episodes

Critics Consensus: Peaky Blinders moves at its own speed, taking its time to create a portrait of post-war Britain that's as bloody and brutal as it is impressively immersive.

2013, Netflix, 6 episodes


Cillian Murphy
as Tommy Shelby
Paul Anderson
as Arthur Shelby
Helen McCrory
as Aunt Polly Gray
Joe Cole
as John Shelby
Sam Neill
as CI Campbell
Annabelle Wallis
as Grace Burgess
Natasha O'Keeffe
as Lizzie Stark
Kate Phillips
as Linda Shelby
Sophie Rundle
as Ada Shelby
Tom Hardy
as Alfie Solomons
Aidan Gillen
as Aberama Gold
Jack Rowan
as Bonnie Gold
Noah Taylor
as Darby Sabini
Charlie Murphy
as Jessie Eden
Finn Cole
as Michael Gray
Kingsley Ben-Adir
as Col Ben Younger
Harry Kirton
as Finn Shelby
Packy Lee
as Johnny Dogs
Ned Dennehy
as Charlie Strong
Ian Peck
as Curly
Benjamin Zephaniah
as Jeremiah Jesus
Sam Claflin
as Oswald Mosley
Anya Taylor-Joy
as Gina Gray
Brian Gleeson
as Jimmy McCavern
Neil Maskell
as Winston Churchill
Kate Dickie
as Mother Superio
Emmett J Scanlan
as Billy Grade
Tony Pitts
as Sergeant Moss
Gaite Jansen
as Princess Tatiana Petrovna
Alexander Siddig
as Ruben Oliver
Jan Bijvoet
as Grand Duke Leon Petrovna
Paddy Considine
as Father John Hughes
Charlotte Riley
as May Carleton
Dina Korzun
as Grand Duchess Izabella
Billy Marwood
as Charles Shelby
Alfie Evans-Meese
as Finn Shelby
Neil Bell
as Harry Fenton
Stephanie Hyam
as Charlotte Murray
Alex MacQueen
as Patrick Jarvis MP
Adrien Brody
as Luca Changretta
Ralph Ineson
as Connor Nutley
Kenneth Colley
as Vicente Changretta
Peter Bankolé
as William Letso
Andy Nyman
as Winston Churchill
Jack Hartley
as Billy Lovelock
Aaron Neil
as Maitre'd
Sam Hazeldine
as Georgie Sewell
George Gwyther
as Karl Shelby
Lobo Chan
as Mr. Zhang
Brendan Gibson
as UVF Hardman/Undercover Officer
Peter Rylands
as Daniel Preece
Branwell Donaghey
as UVF Hardman 1
Paul McEwan
as Governor
Samuel Edward-Cook
as Danny Whizz-Bang
Colin Alltree
as Factory Worker
Paul Chadwick
as Special Policeman
Daniel Fearn
as King Maine
Richard Brake
as Anton Kaledin
Charlie Creed-Miles
as Billy Kimber
Patricia Winker
as Slum grandma / local woman
Greg Kolpakchi
as Violinist
Nina Yndis
as Kavetka
Frances Tomelty
as Bethany Boswell
Brid Brennan
as Audrey Changretta
Richard Dillane
as General Curran
John Albasiny
as James Monkland
Dustin Demri-Burns
as Monsieur Silk
Sean Buckley
as James Monkland
Timothy Harker
as Officer 1
Paul Cawley
as Gilbert Palmer
James Eeles
as The Digbeth Kid
Nick Holder
as Marston
John Purcell
as Officer 2
Colin Connor
as Black Lion Barman
Harrison Vaughan
as Black Lion Boy
Tommy Flanagan
as Arthur Senior
Paul Bullion
as Billy Kitchen
James Richard Marshall
as Field Marshal Russell
Simone Kirby
as Irene O'Donnell
Keith Dunphy
as Maguire
Alison Harris
as Prostitute
David Dawson
as Roberts
Richard Patterson
as Condemned Man
Ian Conningham
as Flying Squad Officer
Bianca Rudman
as Watery lane resident
Erin Shanagher
as Grieving Woman
Lizzy McInnerny
as Mrs. Ross
Tony Fillingham
as Solomons Gang
Jane Wood
as Medium
Sam Battersea
as Woman at Seance
Kevin Knox
as Beggar
Martin Askew (II)
as Winson Green Heavy
Rory Gallagher
as Eamonn Duggan
Matthew Akers
as Billy Kitchen Man
Tim Delap
as Royal Bodyguard
Richard McCabe
as Winston Churchill
Richard Douglas
as Dock Worker/Fete Patron
Tom Mothersdale
as Kidnap gangster
Alan Bentley
as Special Policeman
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