Will/The Two Gentlemen

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The Two Gentlemen
Season 1, Episode 3
Airdate July 17, 2017
Teleplay by Craig Pearce and
Jacquelin Perske
Story by Louise Fox and
Craig Pearce
Director(s) Shekhar Kapur
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The Two Gentlemen is the third episode of the first season of Will.

Starring: Laurie Davidson (William Shakespeare), Olivia DeJonge (Alice Burbage), Ewen Bremner (Richard Topcliffe), Mattias Inwood (Richard Burbage), Jamie Campbell Bower (Christopher Marlowe), William Houston (Kemp), Lukas Rolfe (Presto), Max Bennett (Robert Southwell)

and Colm Meaney (James Burbage)

Guest Starring: Michael Nardone (Edward Arden), Nancy Carroll (Ellen Burbage), Nicholas Farrell (Sir Francis Walsingham)

Co-Starring: Tadhg Murphy (Baxter), Anthony Warren (John Wilkes), Kyle Rees (Neemes), Gerald Tyler (Ross), Lorraine Bruce (Mistress Harding), Jack Brady (Jack), Kayla Meikle (Paulina (Barmaid)), Geoffrey Freshwater (Barnaby Smith), Dean-Charles Chapman (Billy Cooper), Jamie Beamish (Augustine Phillips), Shane Zaza (Autolycus Brewit), Edward Hayter (Thomas Walsingham), Caolan Byrne (Matthew), Philip Rosch (Protestant Priest), Nicholas Woodeson (Phillip Henslows), Abigail Hardingham (Moll), Nell Williams (Agnes Austen), Stephen Marcus (Henry Austen), Kristy Phillipps (Apelina), Valmai Jones (Deaf Mother), Ross Armstrong (Kerman Cooper), Grant Gillespie (Book Seller), Clive Rowe (Boxman), Adam Galbraith (Thomas Dalglesh), James Berkery (Jeremy Nightstand), Cristian Valle (Antonio Swaarvey), Benny Maslov (Tye Brewster), Kenneth Collard (Justice Young), Ash Mukherjee (Bryce Flintock), Boyd Clack (Peter)

Contents

Plot Overview

Notes

Arc Advancement

Happenings

Characters

Referbacks

Trivia

The Show

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments

Quotes