List of House of Cards Trilogy Characters

List Of House Of Cards Trilogy Characters

This article is about characters in the House of Cards trilogy other than Francis Urquhart. The trilogy consists of three separate four part serials, House of Cards, To Play the King and The Final Cut, all based on identically-titled novels by Michael Dobbs.

Read more about List Of House Of Cards Trilogy Characters:  Elizabeth, The Countess Urquhart, Tim Stamper, MP, Mattie Storin, Lord Billsborough and Michael Samuels, MP, Corder, Sarah Harding, The King, Sir Bruce Bullerby, Tom Makepeace, MP, Henry Collingridge, MP, Patrick Woolton, MP, Geoffrey Booza-Pitt, MP, Claire Carlsen, MP, Maxwell Stanbrook, MP

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