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  • Adelaide Kane as Mary +

    In the drama, “Reign,” Adelaide Kane plays Mary Stuart, the young woman the world would come to know as Mary, Queen of Scots. The teenage Mary is a headstrong monarch - beautiful, passionate, and poised at the beginning of her tumultuous rise to power.

    Kane has been performing since the age of 3, starting in dance, then progressing to singing and acting. At the age of 6, she began to work professionally in print ads and moved on to television commercials and work on various children’s television shows.

    At the age of 16, Kane was chosen from 7,000 actresses who auditioned for a role in the iconic Australian television soap opera “Neighbours,” where she was a series regular.

  • Toby Regbo as Prince Francis +

    In the drama, “Reign,” Toby Regbo plays Prince Francis, the French king’s dashing son, who has an arranged engagement with Mary, Queen of Scots.

    Born in England, Regbo attended the Latymer Upper School in Hammersmith. His interest in acting began with school plays and he later attended the Young Blood Theatre Company. Regbo started out with a small role in the BBC TV film “Sharpe’s Challenge.”

    Regbo recently completed filming for “Uwantmetokillhim?,” alongside Jamie Winstone and Jamie Blackley. Regbo will also play the lead in the indie film “Burden,” based on the novel of the same name by Tony Walters.

  • Torrance Coombs as Bash +

    In the drama, “Reign,” Torrance Coombs plays Bash, Prince Francis’ handsome, roguish half-brother, who has a history of his own - despite his illegitimate birth, Bash is his father’s favorite.

    Born and raised in Vancouver, British Columbia, Coombs first got into acting when he joined the school choir as a means of breaking out of his shell. His first part was as Rum Tum Tugger in a production of “Cats.”

    Coombs completed the acting program at the University of British Columbia. After graduating with his BFA, he jumped into the theater scene, doing two seasons at Vancouver’s prestigious “Bard on the Beach” Shakespeare Festival and various other shows.

  • Megan Follows as Queen Catherine +

    In the drama, “Reign,” Megan Follows plays Prince Francis’ mother, Queen Catherine, who is aware of Mary’s inflammatory effect on her son and his half-brother, just as she is aware of the dalliances of her husband, King Henry.

    Recognized and beloved by audiences worldwide for her ACTRA/Gemini Award-winning starring role in the “Anne of Green Gables” television movies, Follows began acting at the age of 9 and landed her first leading role in the series “Matt and Jenny,” when she was 11, followed by the series “The Baxters.” She went on to leading roles in Atlantis’ “The Olden Days Coat” and the Oscar-winning short film “Boys and Girls.”

  • Celina Sinden as Greer +

    In the drama, “Reign,” Celina Sinden plays Greer, Mary’s lady-in-waiting, who is forced to marry for money when she is really in love with kitchen servant turned soldier, Leith.

    Born in the United Kingdom, Sinden recently finished her final year at Guildhall. No stranger to theater, Sinden has been in numerous plays at Guildhall, including “Twelfth Night,” “Nicholas Nickleby,” “Blood Wedding,” “Measure for Measure,” “The Boneless Wonder,” “Company,” “The Trojan Woman,” “The Provoked Wife,” “Widower’s Houses,” “Design For Living,” “Uncle Vanya,” “Harvest” and “Dream of Pilate’s Wife.” Sinden also has appeared in the short film “My Neighbour’s Boy.”

  • Caitlin Stasey as Kenna +

    In the drama, “Reign,” Caitlin Stasey plays Kenna, Mary’s precocious lady-in-waiting and Bash’s new wife.

    Originally from Australia, Caitlin Stasey made a name for herself starring in the popular Australian series, “Neighbours.” She was then cast as the lead heroine in the independent film, “Tomorrow When The War Began,” directed by Stuart Beattie. The film was critically acclaimed in Australia and Stasey won an IF Award (prestigious film award in Australia) for her performance. The film also captured the attention of American audiences and helped launch Caitlin’s career in the US.

  • Anna Popplewell as Lola +

    In the drama, “Reign,” Anna Popplewell plays Lola, Mary’s lady-in-waiting who has born an illegitimate son to Francis, the newly crowned King of France.

    Born in London, England, Anna Popplewell was enrolled in acting at a young age and quickly made a name for herself among young Hollywood’s elite.

    In 2005, Anna starred in her first lead role as Susan Pevensie in the Oscar award-winning film series The Chronicles of Narnia. Her work within the first film The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe was awarded with the Character and Morality in Entertainment Award for the “Best Performance in the Cast.”