Cast of The Outcast: BBC One 2015 television drama adapted by Sadie Jones from her 2008 novel of the same name.
The Outcast BBC Cast List
Actor/Actress – Character Name
Lewis Aldridge – George Mackay – Pride, The Best of Men, For those in Peril, Birdsong, How I Live Now, Hunky Dory, Defiance, Johnny and the Bomb
Pictured above: Actor George Mackay.
Gilbert Aldridge – Greg Wise – Homefront, Cranford, Effie, Place of Execution, Trial & Retribution, According to Bex, Wonderful You, Sense And Sensibility, Unknown Heart, Documental, Madame Bovary, Johnny English
Pictured above: Actor Greg Wise.
Elizabeth Aldridge – Hattie Morahan – The Bletchley Circle, Outnumbered, Arthur & George, Ballot Monkeys, Eternal Law, Money, Bodies, Sense & Sensibility, Trial & Retribution, Mr. Holmes, Summer in February, Having You, The Bank Job, The Golden Compass
Alice Aldridge – Jessica Brown Findlay – Downton Abbey, Jamaica Inn, Labyrinth, Black Mirror, Lullaby, Winter’s Tale, The Riot Club, Albatross
Tamsin Carmichael – Daisy Bevan – The Two Faces Of January, Elizabeth
Kit Carmichael – Jessica Barden – Coronation Street, Far From The Madding Crowd, Hanna, Lullaby
Dicky Carmichael – Nathaniel Parker – Me and Mrs Jones, Merlin, The Proxy, Injustice, The Inspector Lynley Mysteries, Land Girls, Bleak House, Vanity Fair, Stardust, Malice in Wonderland, The Haunted Mansion
Claire Carmichael – Helen Bradbury – The Suspicions of Mr Whicher: The Ties That Bind, The Paradise, The Borgias, Quartet
Lewis Aldridge (Child) – Finn Elliot
Kit Carmichael (Child) – Jocelyn MacNab – Topsy and Tim, Bing, The Bletchley Circle, The Fear, Southcliffe
Tamsin Carmichael (Child) – Edie Whitehead – The Paradise
Ed Rawlins (Child) – Adam Thomas Wright – Harriet’s Army, The Missing
Tom (Child) – Aran Bevan
Joanna (Child) – Sophie Sanderson
Annie (Child) – Isabelle Jones
Fred Johnson (Child) – Cameron Lane
Vicar – Tom Knight – Bernard’s Watch, Da Vinci’s Demons, Emmerdale
Anne Rawlins – Abigail Cruttenden – Benidorm, The Robinsons, The Theory of Everything, Charlotte Gray
Dr Straechen – Julian Wadham – The Casual Vacancy, Egypt, The Alan Clark Diaries, Dalziel and Pascoe, A Touch of Frost, War Horse, Outpost
Mr Liley, Coroner – Michael Hadley – Arthur & George, Paradise Heights, Diana, Pirate Radio, Into the Storm
Constable Wilson – Oliver Gilbert – Jekyll & Hyde, Londynczycy, Cheerful Weather for the Wedding
Jane – Teresa Churcher – Death Comes to Pemberley, Silent Witness
Marjorie Dunford-Wood – Claire Price – Home Fires, Rebus, The Knock, Dalziel and Pascoe, The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, Jump, Hereafter
Ed Rawlins – Hubert Burton – The Passing Bells
Tom – Matt Whitchurch
Fred Johnson – Theo Cowan – Doctors
Jack – Jerome M Johnson
Hilary Johnson – Katy Maw – Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell
Magistrate – Martin Wimbush – Micawber, Anna Karenina
New Episode 2 Cast
Mary – Frances Jeater
Mr Phillips – Jeff Rawle – Hollyoaks, Drop the Dead Donkey, You, Me & Them, Heading Out, The Charles Dickens Show, Doc Martin, Microsoap, Faith in the Future, Take a Girl Like You, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, The Deputy
Jazz Singer – Zara McFarlane
DI White – Nicholas Murchie – Spies of Warsaw, The Great Train Robbery, Blue Murder, The Bill
Set in the now prosperous post-war Britain, The Outcast is billed as a romantic, uncomfortably honest, coming-of-age story.
At just 10 years of age, Lewis Aldridge loses his is mother Elizabeth, leaving him alone with a father, who due to years away at war, he hardly even knows. Later when his farther Gilbert remarries to the ill-equipped Alice, Lewis ends up relying on his friendship with neighbouring children Kit and Tamsin. Now virtually abandoned by Gilbert, Lewis’s life heads off on a downward spiral.
Broadcasting on BBC One over two 90-minute episodes, The Outcast’s exact start date and time has now been officially set for Sunday 12 July, 2015 at 9:00pm. The concluding part is scheduled to air the following Sunday.
The Outcast BBC Trailer
If your wondering what the name of that theme music is in The Outcast advert, the song is called ‘I Only Have Eyes For You’ and it’s sung by American doo-wop group The Flamingos. This version of the song was originally released in 1959.
Getting underway during late summer of 2014, The Outcast was mostly filmed in the English home county of Buckinghamshire.
The Outcast is directed by Iain Softley and produced by Blueprint Pictures.
Speaking at the start of filming, Pete Czernin of Blueprint Pictures told the BBC: “This is Blueprint’s first foray into television and we couldn’t think of a better novel to start our TV endeavours.”