The Umbrella Academy is superhero streaming television series based on the comic book series of the same name written by Gerard Way, illustrated by Gabriel Bá, and published by Dark Horse Comics.
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- Elliot Page as Number Seven / Viktor Hargreeves / The White Violin / Umbrella Number Seven, a meek violinist, alienated from his siblings as he has no apparent supernatural abilities, who writes a damning tell-all book about his childhood. In reality, he can convert sound waves into physical force, an ability his father suppressed with drugs as he considered it too powerful to control. The character is known as Vanya and referred to as female until he comes out as a transgender man in the third season, going by Viktor. This change corresponds with Page’s own transition. T.J. McGibbon and Alyssa Gervasi portray the character as a teenager and a 4-year-old, respectively.
- Tom Hopper as Luther Hargreeves / Spaceboy / Umbrella Number One, an astronaut with super strength who lived on the Moon for four years on a mission from his father. He was severely injured during a mission and is the only sibling who did not leave the team. To save his life, Reginald injected him with a serum that turned his upper body into that of a non-human ape. Cameron Brodeur portrays a younger Luther.
- David Castañeda as Diego Hargreeves / The Kraken / Umbrella Number Two, a rebellious troublemaker with a mild telekinetic ability to curve the trajectory of moving objects, including knives and bullets. His jealousy of Luther for his father’s affections led to him becoming a vigilante after leaving the Umbrella Academy. In season 2 he meets and dates Lila and in season 3 it is revealed she is pregnant with his child. Blake Talabis portrays a younger Diego.
- Emmy Raver-Lampman as Allison Hargreeves / The Rumor / Umbrella Number Three, a celebrity and mother with the ability to control minds and bend reality with the phrase “I heard a rumor…”. In season 3 she discovers she can control minds without the phrase. Prior to her first marriage before season 1 she was romantically interested in Luther and it is hinted that these feelings are continued. Eden Cupid and Jordana Blake portray Allison as a teenager and a 4-year-old, respectively.
- Robert Sheehan as Klaus Hargreeves / The Séance / Umbrella Number Four, a flamboyant drug and alcohol addict with the ability to communicate with the dead and temporarily make them corporeal – he uses this ability to connect with Ben. Dante Albidone portrays a younger Klaus.
- Aidan Gallagher as Five Hargreeves / The Boy / Umbrella Number Five, a boy with the ability to jump through space and time. After traveling to the future he ended up in a post-apocalyptic world, unable to get back. He survived on his own for decades before being recruited into The Commission, a secretive agency that keeps track of the established timeline of the world, finding and eliminating those who would threaten it. He eventually betrayed them in order to get back to his time to warn his family of the impending apocalypse. Returning to his time in the pilot episode causes his 58-year-old body to revert to his thirteen-year-old body. He is the only sibling without a non-numerical name. Jim Watson plays an adult Five and Sean Sullivan portrays an elderly Five.
- Mary J. Blige as Cha-Cha (season 1), a Commission agent partnered with the character Hazel, she is “[a]ll-business” and the more sociopathic and ruthless of the two assassins.
- Cameron Britton as Hazel (season 1; guest season 2), Cha-Cha’s partner, a fellow assassin who is disillusioned with his life as an agent and plans to leave the Commission after falling for doughnut store-owner, Agnes. In season 2, an elderly Hazel appears to Five in 1963.
- John Magaro as Leonard Peabody / Harold Jenkins (season 1), Vanya’s love interest in season 1. As a child, he was an admirer of the Umbrella Academy and begged to join, since he was born on the same day as the result of a normal pregnancy, but was humiliated and rejected by Reginald. He later discovers Reginald’s diary, detailing Viktor’s potential, and inserts himself into her life with the goal of manipulating her into discovering and using her powers. After Viktor discovers Harold’s ruse, he is impaled by telekinetically moved household objects. Jesse Noah Gruman portrays a younger Harold.
- Adam Godley as Phinneus Pogo, an intelligent chimpanzee who is Reginald’s close assistant. Godley provides the voice and facial performance capture, while Ken Hall serves as body-double for the motion capture to play the character on set. In season 2, a younger version of Pogo appears in 1963, who is treated like a son by Reginald and Grace.
- Godley also portrays Pogo in the alternative timeline, where he left the Sparrow Academy because he was disillusioned, and became a tattoo artist.
- Colm Feore as Sir Reginald Hargreeves / The Monocle, the Umbrella Academy’s adoptive father and a billionaire industrialist who died in 2019, leading to the reunion of his children. In the alternate timeline, he is revealed to still be alive, having founded the Sparrow Academy.
- Justin H. Min as Ben Hargreeves / The Horror / Umbrella Number Six (season 2-present; recurring season 1), who can summon tentacled horrors from his body. Ben is deceased, but appears regularly to Klaus and helps him occasionally. Ethan Hwang portrays a younger Ben.
- Min also portrays Ben Hargreeves / Sparrow Number Two (season 2–present), an alternate version of Ben who, like his Umbrella counterpart, was adopted by Reginald alongside five other children. This Ben is still alive in 2019 as a member of the Sparrow Academy, with no memory of the Umbrella Academy.
- Ritu Arya as Lila Pitts (season 2–present), Diego’s love interest and later the mother of his child, and The Handler’s adopted daughter who is revealed to be one of the super-powered children born on the same day. Her powers allow her to mirror someone else’s. Raya Korah and Anjana Vernuganan portray Lila as a teenager and a 4-year-old, respectively.
- Yusuf Gatewood as Raymond Chestnut (season 2; recurring season 3), Allison’s second husband and a civil rights activist in 1963.
- Marin Ireland as Sissy Cooper (season 2; guest season 3), Viktor’s friend and love interest. She is also Carl’s wife and Harlan’s mother.
- Kate Walsh as The Handler (season 2; recurring season 1; special guest season 3), the head of the Commission and Five’s former boss. The Handler is also Lila’s adopted mother, as she used the Commission to kill her parents and claim Lila for herself to use her powers. Walsh makes a speaking-only cameo in season 3 episode 7 in form of a letter to Lila.
- Genesis Rodriguez as Sloane Hargreeves / Sparrow Number Five (season 3), a member of the Sparrow Academy with the ability to manipulate gravity. She is Luther’s love interest and later is his wife.
- Britne Oldford as Fei Hargreeves / Sparrow Number Three (season 3), a member of the Sparrow Academy with the ability to control crows. She is blind and uses the crows as her eyes to spy on others.
- Sheila McCarthy as Agnes Rofa (season 1), Hazel’s love interest. She is the owner, waitress, and baker at Griddy’s Doughnuts. Agnes died from cancer before the events of season 2.
- Jordan Claire Robbins as Grace Hargreeves / Mom, a robot who acted as the mother of the Umbrella Academy children and has an especially close bond with Diego. She was built by Reginald after Vanya used her power to attack several nannies. A human version of Grace was Reginald’s girlfriend in 1963.
- Ashley Madekwe as Detective Eudora Patch (season 1), Diego’s former romantic partner who is killed.
- Peter Outerbridge as The Conductor (season 1)
- Rainbow Sun Francks as Detective Chuck Beaman (season 1)
- Matt Biedel as Sgt. Dale Chedder (season 1)
- Cody Ray Thompson (season 1) and Calem MacDonald (season 2) as Dave Katz, Klaus’ lover during the Vietnam War.
- Patrice Goodman as Dot (season 2; guest seasons 1 and 3), a case manager for the Commission.
- Ken Hall as Herb (season 2; guest seasons 1 and 3), an analytics specialist for the Commission.
- Kevin Rankin as Elliott (season 2), a conspiracy theorist who encounters the Hargreeves in the 1960s.
- Kris Holden-Ried as Axel (season 2), the leader of a trio of Swedish triplet assassins working for the Commission.
- John Kapelos as Jack Ruby (season 2), a famous gangster in Dallas who employs Luther.
- Stephen Bogaert as Carl Cooper (season 2), Sissy’s abusive husband and Harlan’s father.
- Raven Dauda as Odessa (season 2), owner of a Black beauty salon in South Dallas who takes Allison in.
- Dewshane Williams as Miles (season 2), Raymond’s friend and fellow civil rights activist.
- Jason Bryden as Otto (season 2), one of the triplet assassins.
- Tom Sinclair as Oscar (season 2), one of the triplet assassins.
- Justin Paul Kelly (season 2; guest season 3) and Callum Keith Rennie (season 3) as Harlan Cooper / Lester Pocket, Sissy and Carl’s son with nonverbal autism who develops a friendship with Vanya. After Viktor saves him from drowning, Harlan retains a fragment of his telekinetic abilities. Rennie portrays the present-day older version of the character.
- Dov Tiefenbach as Keechie (season 2), a devoted member of Klaus’ cult.
- Robin Atkin Downes as A.J. Carmichael (season 2), a talking goldfish who is the leader of the Commission board.
- Mouna Traoré as Jill (season 2), a member of Klaus’ cult with whom Ben is in love.
- Justin Cornwell as Marcus Hargreeves / Sparrow Number One (season 3), a member and leader of the Sparrow Academy with superhuman strength who is killed by the kugelblitz.
- Jake Epstein as Alphonso Hargreeves / Sparrow Number Four (season 3), a physically scarred and injured member of the Sparrow Academy with the ability to reflect any physical harm back to his opponents.
- Cazzie David as Jayme Hargreeves / Sparrow Number Six (season 3), a member of the Sparrow Academy with the ability to spit hallucinogenic venom.
- Javon “Wanna” Walton as Stanley “Stan” (season 3), a twelve-year-old boy posing as Diego and Lila’s son at Lila’s request who is later taken by the kugelblitz.
- Julian Richings as Chet Rodo (season 3), manager of the Hotel Obsidian.
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