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Apple TV+’s Servant: Cast and Characters

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A show/ character guide for Apple TV+’s Servant featuring who plays who, character descriptions, storylines, and general information.


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Servant: Season 2 – Review/ Summary (with Spoilers)While, like most M. Night Shymalan productions, you have to wait till the end for things to get good, Servant season 2 will make you interested in a 3rd season.
Servant: Season 2/ Episode 10 "Josephine" [Finale] – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)In the 2nd season finale, Servant gives you fight scenes, blood, death, and a promise that season 3 could and should be way better than season 2.
Servant: Season 2/ Episode 9 "Goose" – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)The woman Uncle George warned Leanne about arrives, but will she speak to Dorothy before she does something drastic?
Servant: Season 2/ Episode 8 "Loveshack" – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)As Julian digs into Leanne's past, it seems Uncle George is trying to determine whether Leanne will still have a future.
Servant: Season 2/ Episode 7 "Marino" – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)As the Marino family tragedy unravels, there is more poking and prodding into Dorothy's role into it as the police ask questions.
Servant: Season 2/ Episode 6 "Espresso" – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)As Uncle George dances around what he and Leanne are capable of, we're reminded of Sean's part in Jericho's death.
Servant: Season 2/ Episode 5 "Cake" – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)To appease Leanne, Dorothy allows her some freedom and a visitor. But, unbeknownst to Dorothy, Leanne is going to get more than one person coming to visit.
Servant: Season 2/ Episode 4 "2:00" – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)With Dorothy unhinged and Leanne within her grasp, how far will she go to get answers, and will Sean allow it?
Servant: Season 2/ Episode 3 "Pizza" – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)With the return of Leanne and Dorothy's madness heading towards new levels, Servant starts to finally get interesting.
Servant: Season 2/ Episode 2 "Spaceman" – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)Signs that Leanne may return finally appear as Dorothy leaves the house to jumpstart her investigation into Leanne and Jericho's whereabouts.
Servant: Season 2/ Episode 1 "Doll" – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)Dorothy, more awake than ever, is on the case to get back Jericho. But with so few ways to find May, never mind Leanne, what can she do?
Servant: Season 1 Episode 10 “Balloon” [Season Finale] Recap/ ReviewAfter learning the truth about Jericho in the last episode, we learn the truth about Leanne, Uncle George, and the infamous Aunt May.
Servant: Season 1 Episode 9 “Jericho” Recap/ ReviewWe finally learn what happened to Jericho, who is responsible, and why Julian has long been shaken about Jericho’s death.
Servant: Season 1 Episode 8 “Boba” Recap/ ReviewWhat is more interesting? Meeting Julian and Dorothy’s father or a follow up to what Julian saw the night Jericho died?
Servant: Season 1 Episode 7 “Haggis” | Recap/ ReviewThe person who introduced Dorothy to the transition doll is properly met, and she may just blow everything up.
Servant: Season 1, Episode 6 “Rain” – Recap, Review (with Spoilers)With the introduction of Leanne’s creepy uncle, so comes the question of not only what is she trying to hide, but what is she trying to escape?
Servant: Season 1, Episode 5 “Cricket” – Recap, Review (with Spoilers)As weird things begin happening to and around Leanne, so comes the question if she is really in control as we’re sometimes led to believe.
Servant: Season 1, Episode 4 “Bear” – Recap, Review (with Spoilers)A glimpse into why Leanne chose Dorthy and Sean’s family is revealed, alongside Sean’s own theory.
Servant: Season 1, Episode 3 “Eel” – Recap, Review (with Spoilers)Leanne’s past is dug into, and Julian dares to face off against her.
Servant: Season 1, Episode 2 “Wood” – Recap, Review (with Spoilers)Julian’s birthday sets up him meeting Leanne, and the baby, as Sean seems to suffer not going along with the reborn child.
Servant: Season 1, Episode 1 “Reborn” [Series Premiere] – Recap, Review (with Spoilers)Based on the premiere, there might be a part of you that wonders if this is inspired, in any way, by Child’s Play.

General Information

Network
Apple TV+
Creator(s)Tony Basgallop
Air Date11/28/2019 – Present
Genre(s)Supernatural, Drama
StatusActive

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Official Website

Groups & Organizations

  • Church of Lesser Saints: Aunt May and Uncle George’s cult.
  • 8 News, Philadelphia: Dorothy’s workplace
  • Gourmet Gauntlet: The show Sean worked on when Dorothy was struggling with Jericho.

Notable Locations

  • Philadelphia: Where the show takes place.

Other Noteworthy Information

  • Reunification Ritual (2.10): In the Church of Lesser Saints, the reunification ritual is how they purify you before killing you.

Dorothy (Lauren Ambrose)

Dorothy (Lauren Ambrose) up close.

Dorothy (Lauren Ambrose)

Character Introduction

First Noted In: Season 1, Episode 1 “Reborn”

A news reporter for Channel 8 News in Philadelphia, Dorothy spent a long time mourning her son Jericho, to the point she needed transitory object therapy to help her get back to a functioning mental state.

Additional Information About Dorothy

  • Is older than Julian
  • Feels overly scrutinized by Sean sometimes, in a similar manner to how he scrutinizes food.
  • 1.4: Wanted two kids originally, a boy and girl
  • 1.4: Due to an overactive immune system, Dorothy has had around 6 miscarriages.
  • 1.10: Took 11 hours to deliver Jericho and she did it by water birth with no drugs.
  • Birth Issues (2.3): One of the reasons Dorothy has been so devastated by Jericho’s death is because, due to a lying low placenta, which covered her cervix, she had a difficult pregnancy.

Sean (Toby Kebbell)

Sean (Toby Kebbell) up close

Sean (Toby Kebbell)

Character Introduction

First Noted In: Season 1, Episode 1 “Reborn”

A renowned chef who mostly works from home and humors Dorothy’s need for a doll, mainly because he was there for the breakdown.

Additional Information About Sean

  • Is an only child
  • His specific job title is a consulting chef

Leanne (Nell Tiger Free)

Character Introduction

First Noted In: Season 1, Episode 1 “Reborn”

A Wisconsin native who appears to be very religious and a bit green. Yet, Dorothy considers her good with the baby and lucky to have her.

Additional Information About Leanne

  • Is 18 as of episode 1
  • Was found by Dorothy after she put a shout out on Twitter, which led to her makeup artist recommending someone, and that person putting Leanne’s name forward.
  • Doesn’t have any social media profiles
  • Allegedly died in 2007
  • Is from Medicine Bridge, Wisconsin 53071
  • Last name is Grayson
  • 1.4: Met Dorothy when she was a child
  • 1.10: It is strongly implied she is magical and has the ability to potentially play God.
  • Name of Parents (2.8): Stephen and Laura

Julian (Rupert Grint)

Julian (Rupert Grint) taking a drink.

Julian (Rupert Grint)

Character Introduction

First Noted In: Season 1, Episode 2 “Wood”

Dorothy’s younger brother who gets brought into Sean’s paranoia about Leanne.

Additional Information About Julian

  • In 1.3, Leanne asks him whether he was there when Jericho died, and he gets quiet.
  • Religious Beliefs (2.8): Is atheist

Tobe (Tony Revolori)

Tobe (Tony Revolori) in the wine cellar.

Tobe (Tony Revolori)

Character Introduction

First Noted In: Season 1, Episode 3 “Eel”

Sean’s Commis Chef who often helps him with events by cleaning and prepping.

Additional Information About Tobe

Jericho (Mason & Julius Belford)

A living version of Jericho (Mason & Julius Belford)

Jericho (Mason & Julius Belford)

Character Introduction

First Noted In: Season 1, Episode 1 “Reborn”

Dorothy and Sean’s son, who originally died at 13 weeks, allegedly due to SIDS.

Additional Information About Jericho

  • The only people who knew about his death, previously, were his parents, Julian and Dorothy’s father.
  • It was 6 weeks since the baby died in episode 1.

Wanda (SJ Son)

Wanda (SJ Son) peering around.

Wanda (SJ Son)

Character Introduction

First Noted In: Season 1, Episode 5 “Cricket”

A woman hired by Julian to spy and befriend Leanne.

Additional Information About Wanda

Olivia (Justyna Perkowski)

Wanda (SJ Son) and Olivia (Justyna Perkowski) at the stoop.

Wanda (SJ Son) and Olivia (Justyna Perkowski)

Character Introduction

First Noted In:  Season 1, Episode 5 “Cricket”

A child with a litany of allergies that Wanda uses to spy on Leanne.

Additional Information About Olivia

  •  Is 6 years old.

Roscoe (Phillip James Brannon)

Roscoe (Phillip James Brannon) going throughout the house, checking on things.

Roscoe (Phillip James Brannon)

Character Introduction

First Noted In: Season 1, Episode 5 “Cricket”

The human resources person for Julian’s office, who also works as a private investigator. One that Julian hires to investigate and harass Leanne.

Additional Information About Roscoe

Uncle George (Boris McGiver)

Uncle George (Boris McGiver) at Dorothy's dining table.

Uncle George (Boris McGiver)

Character Introduction

First Noted In: Season 1, Episode 6 “Rain”

Leanne’s Uncle George is a strange man. One who Leanne is a bit afraid of, and for good reason. On top of being creepy, he is someone who, in the episode he is introduced in, puts Jericho out of his crib so that he, Uncle George, can sleep in it.

Additional Information About Uncle George

Natalie (Jerrika Hinton)

Character Introduction

First Noted In: Season 1 Episode 7 “Haggis”

Dorothy’s former Kinesiologist, and one of the few friends we know of hers, who is also the one who introduced transitory object therapy to Dorothy’s life.

Additional Information About Natalie

  • Natalie seems to have a thing for Julian.
  • 1.10: Notes she isn’t much for church.

Frank Pearce (Todd Waring)

Todd (Frank Pearce) talking to Julian.

Frank (Todd Waring)

Character Description

First Noted In: Season 1 Episode 8 “Boba”

Dorothy and Julian’s father who, despite Julian’s past, actually is rather fond of his son and is very protective of his daughter – partly due to his own ego.

Additional Information

Isabelle (Molly Griggs)

Isabelle (Molly Griggs) signing off from her news report.

Isabelle (Molly Griggs)

Character Description

First Noted In: Season 1 Episode 9 “Jericho”

Isabelle is Dorothy’s threat at her job. She is younger, loved by many, and with Dorothy feeling insecure about her body after childbirth, Isabelle makes her uncomfortable and sometimes feels like someone gunning for her position.

Additional Information

Aunt May Markham (Alison Elliott)

Aunt May (Alison Elliott) looking at Leanne while holding Jericho.

Aunt May (Alison Elliott)

Character Description

First Noted In: Season 1 Episode 10 “Balloon”

Leanne’s adopted aunt who we learn is a cult leader.

Additional Information

Officer Reyes (Victoria Cartagena)

Officer Reyes (Victoria Cartagena) introducing herself

Officer Reyes (Victoria Cartagena)

Officer Reyes is one of the officers who came to the house to investigate the death of Jericho.

Additional Information

Quotes & Gifs

Sergio (Hudson Barry)

The boy Leanne was watching when she was with the Marino family.

Additional Information

Quotes & Gifs

Kourtney (Katie Lee Hill)

Kourtney (Katie Lee Hill) at Dorothy's family dinner

Kourtney (Katie Lee Hill)

Frank’s current girlfriend.

Additional Information

Quotes & Gifs

Aunt Josephine (Barbara Sukowa)

Aunt Josephine (Barbara Sukowa) showing up at Sean's doorstep

Aunt Josephine (Barbara Sukowa)

One of the members of the Church of the Lesser Saints, who, like Leanne, has some sort of powers.

Additional Information

Quotes & Gifs

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