KING EDWARD IV
Having defeated Henry IV, Edward is now King of all of England, but his joy is deminnished by a failing health.
Louise Dyreborg Fjordside
The wife of King Edward. She has brought many of her friends and family with her to court, much to the chagrin of some of the other nobels.
GEORGE, DUKE OF CLARENCE
Nicolai Stisen Jacobsen
The kindhearted and trusting brother of Edward and Richard. Things does not go well for him.
RICHARD, DUKE OF GLOUCESTER
Alastair Walder Christensen
The youngest of the York brothers. Hunched and limp, but with a mind as sharp as a newly honed sword, he hungers for the crown.
DUCHESS OF YORK
Mette Katrine Hansen
The mother of Edward, George and Richard. She had lived trough more wars then anyone would wish to.
YOUNG EDWARD, PRINCE OF WALES
Emma Klitgaard Jacobsen
The heir to the throne, who tries so very hard to appear the serious little monach.
YOUNG RICHARD, DUKE OF YORK
Cecilie Stubbertrup Højberg
The younger brother of the Prince of Wales. Smart enough to talk his way out of trouble, but young enough to talk his way into them instead.
The brother of the Queen, his presence at court is not well-liked by all.
MARQUIS OF DORSET
Tenna Sandø Møller
The daughter of the Queen from her previous marriage. Has everything to lose should Elizabeth lose her crown.
The son of the Queen form her previous marriage. Hopes to stay in his newfound place of power.
THE DUKE OF BUCKINGHAM
Elsa Kristine Blomberg
A schemer with lust for nothing but power and advancement.
SIR WILLIAM CATESBY
Though the servant of Lord Hastings, Catesby sees Richard as his ticket to a higher standing.
THE DUKE OF NORFOLK
A nobleman, soldier and politician who sides with Richard in his bid for the crown.
SIR RICHARD RATCLIFF
Monika Deleuran Laursen
One of Richard's confidants, Ratcliff later takes to preforming some more unseemly tasks for the Duke of Glouschester.
SIR JAMES TYRELL, A MURDERER
Tyrell will kill pretty much anyone for the right price. Luckily for him, Richard is quite rich.
BOB, ALSO A MURDERER
Tyrell's brother in blood, though he is burden by a rather pesky conscience.
Emilie Lind Damkjær
The widow of King Henry IV, she lost both her husbond and son as the York's took the throne. Now she is mad, bitter and wishes bloodly murder on their entire house.
The widow of Edward, King Henry's son, and newly the object of Richard's affections, though not entirely for all the right reasons.
HENRY TUDOR, EARL OF RICHMOND
Johan Winther Kristiansen
The young Earl who stages a rebellion as Richard ascends to the throne.
LORD STANLEY, EARL OF DERBY
Jens Damborg Jensen
The stepfather of Richmond, he is forced to continue to work for Richard, unless his son be excecuted.
THE EARL OF OXFORD
Astrid Lundby Skov
Loyal to Richmond and entrusted with the command of his armies.
SIR JAMES BLUNT
Katrine Gaarde Vahlberg
A lord who sees the monster that Richard is and flees to join Richmond.
SIR WALTER HERBERT
Tenna Sandø Møller
A lord who fights for Richmond.
The Lord Chamberlain under King Edward. He is a almost constant odds with the Queen and her family.
The Lieutenant of the Tower of London, she tries to keep the prisoners safe.
THE LORD MAYOR OF LONDON
An advisor to the royal family. Not a great judge of character.
A servant of the Lord.
A messenger with messages to bear.
Is this a dagger which I see before me, The handle toward my hand?
Macbeth, Act II, Scene I