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Foyle’s War Cast List – Series 8: High Castle, Trespass and Elise

Full cast of Foyle’s War 2015 – series 8: Episodes: High Castle, Trespass and Elise. Starring Michael Kitchen and Honeysuckle Weeks.

Premiering in the UK on Sunday the 4th of January 2015 at 8:00pm on ITV, season eight of Foyle’s War sees actor Michael Kitchen reprise his role as the MI5 Senior Intelligence Officer Christopher Foyle.

Foyle’s War 2015 Lead Cast

Character – Actor/Actress – Noteable Previous TV Series/Films

Christopher Foyle – Michael Kitchen – The Life of Rock with Brian Pern

Samantha Stewart – Honeysuckle Weeks – The Wild House

Hilda Pierce – Ellie Haddington – The Cafe, Spies of Warsaw, Life Begins, Bad Girls, Coronation Street

Adam Wainwright – Daniel Weyman

Arthur Valentine – Tim McMullan – Sense & Sensibility, Parade’s End

Sir Alec Myerson – Rupert Vansittart – Heartbeat, My Dad’s the Prime Minister

Glenvil Harris – Jeremy Swift – Downton Abbey, The Crimson Field, The Smoking Room

Patricia Scott – Marianne Oldham – The Crimson Field, WPC 56

Elizabeth Addis – Hermione Gulliford

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Guest Cast by Episode

Part 1 – High Castle

Andrew Del Mar – John Mahoney – Frasier, Hot in Cleveland, In Treatment

Vera Stephens – Jaime Winstone – Mad Dogs, Five Daughters, Goldplated, Dead Set

Clayton Del Mar – Nigel Lindsay – Clatterford, The Tunnel, Rome, The Fear, Dressing for Breakfast, Too Much Sun

Edith Del Mar – Madeleine Potter – Holby City

Grant – Vincenzo Nicoli – Mr Selfridge, Hank Zipzer, Suburban Shootout

Herman Linz – Ludger Pistor – Balko, 37 Days, The Country Doctor, Arme Millionäre

Alan Deakin – Will Keen – The Refugees, The Musketeers, Casualty 1907, Titanic

Nikolei Leskov – George Lasha – Ambassadors

Viktor Krasovsky – Joseph Drake

Hilary Knowles – Amanda Lawrence – Mr Selfridge, Above Suspicion, Dead Boss

Albert Morton – Rupert Simonian – Life Bites, Hidden

Horace Chorley – Neil Fitzmaurice – Mount Pleasant, Peep Show, Hank Zipzer, Eyes Down, Phoenix Nights, Buried, Casualty 1907, Mobile

Cyril Richardson – Pip Donaghy


Part 2 – Trespass

Charles Lucas – Richard Lintern – Silent Witness, Spies of Warsaw, The Shadow Line, Heartbeat

Nicholas Greenfeld – William Postlethwaite – The Suspicions of Mr Whicher: The Murder in Angel Lane

Robert Lucas – Nick Hendrix – Lightfields

Daniel Woolf – Alexander Arnold – Skins, What Remains

Lea Fisher – Amber Rose Revah – The Bible, What Remains, Borgia, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Indian Summers

Avraham Greenfeld – Finbar Lynch – Breathless, Proof, DCI Banks, Game of Thrones

James Giffard – John Heffernan – Ripper Street, Love & Marriage, Outlander, Sons of Liberty

Lady Ava Woolf – Matilda Ziegler – Lark Rise to Candleford, Swiss Toni, Harbour Lights, Too Much Sun

Sir David Woolf – Jonathan Tafler

Clive Ord-Smith – Alex Jennings – Silk, Cranford, Whitechapel, The State Within, Too Much Sun

Graham Barnes – Michael Begley – William and Mary, City Central


Part 3 – Elise

Joyce Corrigan – Emma Fielding – Cranford, Kidnap and Ransom, DCI Banks, Big Bad World, The Ghost Squad

Sir Ian Woodhead – Conleth Hill – Game of Thrones, Suits, Ronni Ancona & Co, The Life and Times of Vivienne Vyle

Sophie Corrigan – Katherine Press

Rex Carter – Tony Clay

Kenton – David Ericsson – Judge John Deed

Miles Corrigan – Jesse Fox

James Stafford – Julian Lewis Jones – Where the Heart Is, Stella, Life of Crime

Derek Gates – Ronnie Fox – Family Business

Neville Smith – Henry Garrett – Peaky Blinders

Damien White – Leo Gregory – The Jury, Strike Back

Blakey – Daniel Peacock – The Beeps, Starlings, Men of the World, Teenage Health Freak

Luc Tallier – Serge Hazanavicius – La Famille Katz, The Borgias, New Tricks

DI Henry kinner – Gary Sefton – How Do You Want Me?, Saving Private Ryan

Peter Hawtrey – Nick Caldecott – The Suspicions of Mr Whicher

Chief Superintendent Usbourne – Ferdy Roberts

Eric Caplin – James Garnon

Set in the world of espionage, Foyle’s War takes place in Britain following the end of World War Two. Created and written by Anthony Horowitz, this historic detective drama first began airing on ITV in October of 2002.