Cast
  • Sarah Manning

    Sarah Manning

  • Alison Hendrix

    Alison Hendrix

  • Helena

    Helena

  • Cosima Niehaus

    Cosima Niehaus

  • Rachel Duncan

    Rachel Duncan

  • MK

    MK

  • Ira

    Ira

  • Felix Dawkins

    Felix Dawkins

  • Ferdinand

    Ferdinand

  • Donnie Hendrix

    Donnie Hendrix

  • Scott

    Scott

  • Mrs. S

    Mrs. S

  • Delphine Cormier

    Delphine Cormier

  • Kira

    Kira

  • Art Bell

    Art Bell

Sarah Manning

Sarah Manning

Tatiana Maslany

Sarah Manning is the street-smart chameleon that grew up in the foster system. We first met the scrappy con artist as she was attempting to pull her life back together in order to reunite with her eight-year-old daughter, Kira. But witnessing her doppelganger, Beth, jump in front of a train changed everything for her. After assuming Beth’s life, she was plunged deep into a clone conspiracy run by the shadowy figures behind Neolution. She inherited a motley band of sisters that she’s bravely led through a maze of fierce enemies. In the new season, Sarah’s old habits begin resurfacing as pressure mounts to protect everyone. Reactive and hot-tempered, she regresses to old ways as she struggles to navigate the fight for the survival of her sisters and family.

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Alison Hendrix

Alison Hendrix

Tatiana Maslany

Alison Hendrex, the soccer mom that married young and sought out domesticity, is wife to Donnie Hendrix and adoptive mother of Gemma and Oscar. On the surface she appears as the epitome of control, but in truth, she is a pill-popping addict, a recovering alcoholic and former drug dealer. When you add adulterer and accidental murderer to the mix, you have a recipe for an epic meltdown. But Alison is hell bent on keeping up domestic appearances, all while suspicions around her extracurricular activities arise. As judgment mounts from her community, Alison battles to make the right decisions for her sisters and family under the pressure.

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Helena

Helena

Tatiana Maslany

Sarah’s identical twin estranged at birth and raised by nuns in an oppressive and harsh Ukrainian convent, is feral, aggressive and quick to anger. Her abusive and neglected upbringing made her easy prey for the clone-hating Prolethean cult, who plucked her from the convent and reprogrammed her to kill her sister clones. But when Helena comes face-to-face with Sarah, she gradually loses faith in the Prolethean’s teachings. After she’s invasively impregnated by a leader of the cult, she escapes and seeks a new life with Sarah and her other clone sisters… but not before blowing the Prolethean’s to pieces. Now with a noticeable baby bump, Helena will struggle to leave her murderous impulses behind and adjust to domestic life.

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Cosima Niehaus

Cosima Niehaus

Tatiana Maslany

Cosima Niehaus is the laid-back geeky stoner with west coast roots who is delightfully genuine. Once a PhD student in Experimental Evolutionary Developmental Biology, she dropped out to study the female clones’ biology. But the congenital respiratory illness that has killed other clones continues to threaten her life. Her former lover and lab partner, Delphine Cormier, sought to protect and help Cosima and her sisters, but her abrupt disappearance has Cosima in a constant state of anguish. With her health in decline, and her fear increasing, she becomes obsessively driven to discover a cure and save her sisters from what appears to be their collective fate.

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Rachel Duncan

Rachel Duncan

Tatiana Maslany

Rachel was the first female clone raised self-aware of her origin. Susan and Ethan Duncan are her parents, however, they faked their deaths when Rachel was six-years-old and turned her over to the DYAD Institute to be reared by Neolution. Raised as a corporate cutthroat, Rachel learned to make ruthless decisions toward Neolution’s end goal of creating a ‘better human,’ but growing up this way only served to bolster her desire for power and harden her against her sisters. Stripped of family, Rachel’s one weakness is her blinding hatred of Sarah and jealousy of her motherhood. After suffering brain damage at Sarah’s hands, Rachel was brought to a mysterious headquarters where she was reunited with her mother. As much as Rachel longed for this possibility, she loathes Susan for abandoning her. As she recovers, she makes gradual steps in repairing their relationship

Close
MK

MK

Tatiana Maslaney

MK, the newly discovered clone that lives off the grid, is hiding from Neolution. Having retreated from society, she sought out an online community among other hackers. She rarely meets face-to-face and on the off chance she does, she prefers to hide behind a sheep mask. But MK knows a lot more than her clone sisters and may hold pertinent information that could reveal answers to their burning questions.

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Ira

Ira

Ari Millen

Ira is a male clone from the Castor project who is a far cry from his brothers. Slick to the naked eye, he’s cut entirely from a different cloth.

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Felix Dawkins

Felix Dawkins

Jordan Gavaris

Felix Dawkins is Sarah’s younger foster brother and most trusted confidante. A struggling artist with a store of sugar daddies at his beck and call, Felix has been a pillar of strength for Sarah and her new found sisters. Caustic, dramatic and quick-witted, his tongue often lands him in hot water. Felix’s heart is in the right place–firmly planted with his sister–but as the conspiracy unravels, he finds himself struggling to understand his true place in this new dynamic. Learning that Sarah is literally related to everyone, including their foster mum, leaves Felix desperate to individuate from his family.

Close
Ferdinand

Ferdinand

James Frain

Well-educated, cool to the touch, charming and intimidating, Ferdinand is a powerful player in the secretive, multi-national cabal known as Topside – the financiers of the clone experiment. He’s worked as their cleaner and was instrumental in carrying out Helsinki — an operation that murdered six self-aware clones and their families. He operates on a shameless moral code of power and greed, but this season reveals his one weakness — love.

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Donnie Hendrix

Donnie Hendrix

Kristian Bruun

Donnie Hendrix is Alison’s bumbling, "barely" overweight, but generally harmless husband who spent most of their marriage doubling as her monitor. Often emasculated and kept under Alison’s thumb, Donnie discovered a new side of himself after accidentally offing DYAD scientist, Dr. Leekie, and taking an active yet ineffectual role in Alison’s drug business. His new cojones has reignited his wife’s passion for him and Donnie loves it! But because their shady dealings in the drug trade somehow resulted in a disastrous triple homicide, their Bonnie and Clyde act will eventually catch up with them, and Donnie’s loyalty to Alison and her sisters will be tested.

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Scott

Scott

Josh Vokey

Scott is Cosima’s lab partner. The two met at the University of Minnesota where she gradually learned to trust him and ultimately hired him as her assistant. He’s an adorable nerd that’s wonderfully sincere and often awkward. Loyal to the clones, he’s given up all his life’s ambition and has instead dedicated himself to finding a cure for the congenital disease that threatens their existence.

Close
Mrs. S

Mrs. S

Maria Doyle Kennedy

Mrs. S is Sarah and Felix’s adoptive mother who brought them to North America in the late '90s. A mother hen figure whose compassion is matched only by the hard love she dishes out, S has also been the on-again off-again caretaker of Sarah’s daughter Kira—keeping her safe from the wild ways and questionable acquaintances of her rebellious mother. But S isn’t as scrupulous as she may seem; she remains connected to an underground organization of activists who don’t shy away from violence if necessary. An unlikely reunion with her mother Kendall reawakens S’ protective instincts, and her fierce desire to take matters into her own hands.

Close
Delphine Cormier

Delphine Cormier

Evelyne Brochu

Delphine is a French expat and brilliant Dyad doctor and scientist, who first appeared as Cosima’s monitor. But after getting close to her, Delphine fell hard and the two began a complicated affair that blossomed into genuine and heartfelt love. As their relationship deepened, Delphine proved herself to be a steadfast support to her ailing lover. But an unintended betrayal and deployment to Dyad’s German office put the “Co-Phine” relationship on the rocks.

Close
Kira

Kira

Skylar Wexler

Kira is an anomaly in the clone world, born of the should-be sterile Sarah Manning. Though well-loved, Kira’s upbringing has been a rocky one. Left behind by her rebellious young mother, Kira was often on the sidelines; reared instead by the compassionate Mrs. S. But when Sarah found herself at the center of the clone conspiracy, she recommitted to her daughter, showing a fierce and unstoppable love. And though Kira’s world is a turbulent mess, she possesses an eerie calm for a child her age. After recent experiences of loss and violence, Kira grows distrustful of her mom’s promise that everything will be okay.

Close
Art Bell

Art Bell

Kevin Hanchard

Art Bell is a veteran detective and former partner to the late Beth Childs, who’s become unwittingly enfolded in the clone conspiracy. Unable to leave a mystery unsolved, Art was suspended from the force after pursuing the Sarah/Beth case despite repeated warnings to drop it. Now back on the force, Art remains haunted and heartbroken by the sudden and tragic loss of his partner and thus loyal to her ragtag band of sisters. As tensions mount, Art is placed at odds with what he’ll discover is an ever-increasing corrupt police department.

Close
Sarah Manning

Sarah Manning

Tatiana Maslany

Sarah Manning is the street-smart chameleon that grew up in the foster system. We first met the scrappy con artist as she was attempting to pull her life back together in order to reunite with her eight-year-old daughter, Kira. But witnessing her doppelganger, Beth, jump in front of a train changed everything for her. After assuming Beth’s life, she was plunged deep into a clone conspiracy run by the shadowy figures behind Neolution. She inherited a motley band of sisters that she’s bravely led through a maze of fierce enemies. In the new season, Sarah’s old habits begin resurfacing as pressure mounts to protect everyone. Reactive and hot-tempered, she regresses to old ways as she struggles to navigate the fight for the survival of her sisters and family.

Close
Alison Hendrix

Alison Hendrix

Tatiana Maslany

Alison Hendrex, the soccer mom that married young and sought out domesticity, is wife to Donnie Hendrix and adoptive mother of Gemma and Oscar. On the surface she appears as the epitome of control, but in truth, she is a pill-popping addict, a recovering alcoholic and former drug dealer. When you add adulterer and accidental murderer to the mix, you have a recipe for an epic meltdown. But Alison is hell bent on keeping up domestic appearances, all while suspicions around her extracurricular activities arise. As judgment mounts from her community, Alison battles to make the right decisions for her sisters and family under the pressure.

Close
Helena

Helena

Tatiana Maslany

Sarah’s identical twin estranged at birth and raised by nuns in an oppressive and harsh Ukrainian convent, is feral, aggressive and quick to anger. Her abusive and neglected upbringing made her easy prey for the clone-hating Prolethean cult, who plucked her from the convent and reprogrammed her to kill her sister clones. But when Helena comes face-to-face with Sarah, she gradually loses faith in the Prolethean’s teachings. After she’s invasively impregnated by a leader of the cult, she escapes and seeks a new life with Sarah and her other clone sisters… but not before blowing the Prolethean’s to pieces. Now with a noticeable baby bump, Helena will struggle to leave her murderous impulses behind and adjust to domestic life.

Close
Cosima Niehaus

Cosima Niehaus

Tatiana Maslany

Cosima Niehaus is the laid-back geeky stoner with west coast roots who is delightfully genuine. Once a PhD student in Experimental Evolutionary Developmental Biology, she dropped out to study the female clones’ biology. But the congenital respiratory illness that has killed other clones continues to threaten her life. Her former lover and lab partner, Delphine Cormier, sought to protect and help Cosima and her sisters, but her abrupt disappearance has Cosima in a constant state of anguish. With her health in decline, and her fear increasing, she becomes obsessively driven to discover a cure and save her sisters from what appears to be their collective fate.

Close
Rachel Duncan

Rachel Duncan

Tatiana Maslany

Rachel was the first female clone raised self-aware of her origin. Susan and Ethan Duncan are her parents, however, they faked their deaths when Rachel was six-years-old and turned her over to the DYAD Institute to be reared by Neolution. Raised as a corporate cutthroat, Rachel learned to make ruthless decisions toward Neolution’s end goal of creating a ‘better human,’ but growing up this way only served to bolster her desire for power and harden her against her sisters. Stripped of family, Rachel’s one weakness is her blinding hatred of Sarah and jealousy of her motherhood. After suffering brain damage at Sarah’s hands, Rachel was brought to a mysterious headquarters where she was reunited with her mother. As much as Rachel longed for this possibility, she loathes Susan for abandoning her. As she recovers, she makes gradual steps in repairing their relationship

Close
MK

MK

Tatiana Maslaney

MK, the newly discovered clone that lives off the grid, is hiding from Neolution. Having retreated from society, she sought out an online community among other hackers. She rarely meets face-to-face and on the off chance she does, she prefers to hide behind a sheep mask. But MK knows a lot more than her clone sisters and may hold pertinent information that could reveal answers to their burning questions.

Close
Ira

Ira

Ari Millen

Ira is a male clone from the Castor project who is a far cry from his brothers. Slick to the naked eye, he’s cut entirely from a different cloth.

Close
Felix Dawkins

Felix Dawkins

Jordan Gavaris

Felix Dawkins is Sarah’s younger foster brother and most trusted confidante. A struggling artist with a store of sugar daddies at his beck and call, Felix has been a pillar of strength for Sarah and her new found sisters. Caustic, dramatic and quick-witted, his tongue often lands him in hot water. Felix’s heart is in the right place–firmly planted with his sister–but as the conspiracy unravels, he finds himself struggling to understand his true place in this new dynamic. Learning that Sarah is literally related to everyone, including their foster mum, leaves Felix desperate to individuate from his family.

Close
Ferdinand

Ferdinand

James Frain

Well-educated, cool to the touch, charming and intimidating, Ferdinand is a powerful player in the secretive, multi-national cabal known as Topside – the financiers of the clone experiment. He’s worked as their cleaner and was instrumental in carrying out Helsinki — an operation that murdered six self-aware clones and their families. He operates on a shameless moral code of power and greed, but this season reveals his one weakness — love.

Close
Donnie Hendrix

Donnie Hendrix

Kristian Bruun

Donnie Hendrix is Alison’s bumbling, "barely" overweight, but generally harmless husband who spent most of their marriage doubling as her monitor. Often emasculated and kept under Alison’s thumb, Donnie discovered a new side of himself after accidentally offing DYAD scientist, Dr. Leekie, and taking an active yet ineffectual role in Alison’s drug business. His new cojones has reignited his wife’s passion for him and Donnie loves it! But because their shady dealings in the drug trade somehow resulted in a disastrous triple homicide, their Bonnie and Clyde act will eventually catch up with them, and Donnie’s loyalty to Alison and her sisters will be tested.

Close
Scott

Scott

Josh Vokey

Scott is Cosima’s lab partner. The two met at the University of Minnesota where she gradually learned to trust him and ultimately hired him as her assistant. He’s an adorable nerd that’s wonderfully sincere and often awkward. Loyal to the clones, he’s given up all his life’s ambition and has instead dedicated himself to finding a cure for the congenital disease that threatens their existence.

Close
Mrs. S

Mrs. S

Maria Doyle Kennedy

Mrs. S is Sarah and Felix’s adoptive mother who brought them to North America in the late '90s. A mother hen figure whose compassion is matched only by the hard love she dishes out, S has also been the on-again off-again caretaker of Sarah’s daughter Kira—keeping her safe from the wild ways and questionable acquaintances of her rebellious mother. But S isn’t as scrupulous as she may seem; she remains connected to an underground organization of activists who don’t shy away from violence if necessary. An unlikely reunion with her mother Kendall reawakens S’ protective instincts, and her fierce desire to take matters into her own hands.

Close
Delphine Cormier

Delphine Cormier

Evelyne Brochu

Delphine is a French expat and brilliant Dyad doctor and scientist, who first appeared as Cosima’s monitor. But after getting close to her, Delphine fell hard and the two began a complicated affair that blossomed into genuine and heartfelt love. As their relationship deepened, Delphine proved herself to be a steadfast support to her ailing lover. But an unintended betrayal and deployment to Dyad’s German office put the “Co-Phine” relationship on the rocks.

Close
Kira

Kira

Skylar Wexler

Kira is an anomaly in the clone world, born of the should-be sterile Sarah Manning. Though well-loved, Kira’s upbringing has been a rocky one. Left behind by her rebellious young mother, Kira was often on the sidelines; reared instead by the compassionate Mrs. S. But when Sarah found herself at the center of the clone conspiracy, she recommitted to her daughter, showing a fierce and unstoppable love. And though Kira’s world is a turbulent mess, she possesses an eerie calm for a child her age. After recent experiences of loss and violence, Kira grows distrustful of her mom’s promise that everything will be okay.

Close
Art Bell

Art Bell

Kevin Hanchard

Art Bell is a veteran detective and former partner to the late Beth Childs, who’s become unwittingly enfolded in the clone conspiracy. Unable to leave a mystery unsolved, Art was suspended from the force after pursuing the Sarah/Beth case despite repeated warnings to drop it. Now back on the force, Art remains haunted and heartbroken by the sudden and tragic loss of his partner and thus loyal to her ragtag band of sisters. As tensions mount, Art is placed at odds with what he’ll discover is an ever-increasing corrupt police department.

Close