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Endeavour 2023 cast revealed for final series of ITV1 crime drama

Meet the Endeavour cast

Endeavour’s ninth and final series has arrived on ITV1 – here’s a full run down of who’s on the cast.

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The hit detective drama returns for its last ever series with three brand new feature-length episodes.

A teaser shares: “The new series, set in the early 70s, finds Endeavour and Thursday entering a new era of change both professionally and personally with the return of some familiar faces along the way.”

SHAUN EVANS as Endeavour and ROGER ALLAM as DI Fred Thursday.
ENDEAVOUR Series 9. Pictured: SHAUN EVANS as Endeavour and ROGER ALLAM as DI Fred Thursday.

The Morse prequel sees Shaun Evans reprise the title role of DS Endeavour Morse with Roger Allam returning as DCI Fred Thursday.

Endeavour 2023 cast

Here’s a full rundown of who’s on the cast of series 9 of Endeavour:

Shaun Evans plays DS Endeavour Morse
Roger Allam plays DCI Fred Thursday
Anton Lesser plays CS Reginald Bright
Sean Rigby plays DS Jim Strange

James Bradshaw plays Dr Max Debryn
Abigail Thaw plays Dorothea Frazil
Caroline O’neill plays Win Thursday
Sara Vickers plays Joan Thursday

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Jack Bannon plays Sam
Jane Lapotaire plays Madame
Rob Ostlere plays Donald Fischer
Nicholas Farrell plays Sir Alexander

Kirstin Louie plays Christna
Tamsin Newlands plays Margeaux
Imogen Daines plays Mabs
James Anderson plays Fergus

Nicholas Boulton plays Jack Graham-scott
Leaphia Darko plays Lindsay Trench
Jenny Galloway plays Mrs Pat Treadle
James Doherty plays Lee
Simon Harrison plays Ronnie Box

Watch Endeavour on TV and online

Endeavour’s final series airs Sunday nights at 8PM on ITV1 with three feature-length episodes. The third and final episode airs on Sunday, 12 March.

You can also watch episodes online and catch up via the ITVX where past series are available now.

A synopsis of the third and last ever episode, titled Exeunt, shares: “Endeavour’s investigation into a number of untimely death notices in the Oxford Mail, each with a cryptic message, takes him to a series of funerals, then behind the curtain at a funeral directors’, before forcing him to confront his own mortality.

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“Thursday is facing more than one confrontation of his own, as his past closes in on him. There’s trouble in the present to deal with first, and he resorts to desperate measures to protect those he loves most.

“At CID, as Strange looks set to transfer to Kidlington, and Bright eyes retirement; where will this leave Endeavour and Thursday?”

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