Once Upon a Time (2011 - 2018)

Once Upon a Time


Avg Tomatometer


Avg Audience Score

Series Info

This drama series revolves around a woman with a troubled past. Her destiny unfolds when she arrives in a mysterious modern-day town populated by fairy-tale characters.

Once Upon a Time Videos

Once Upon a Time Photos


Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

2017, ABC, 22 episodes

Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

2016, ABC, 22 episodes

Critics Consensus: Once Upon A Time successfully recaptures earlier season's magic by focusing on core characters and letting kooky gimmicks be.

2015, ABC, 23 episodes

Critics Consensus: The addition of a Frozen subplot feels like a marketing angle, but Once Upon a Time Season Four shines, adding more layers to an already complex story.

2014, ABC, 24 episodes

Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

2013, ABC, 22 episodes

Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

2012, ABC, 22 episodes

Critics Consensus: Charming and fantastical, Once Upon a Time is tonally uneven but derives strength from an outstanding cast and handsome visuals.

2011, ABC, 23 episodes


Ginnifer Goodwin
as Snow White/Mary Margaret
Lana Parrilla
as Evil Queen/Regina
Robert Carlyle
as Rumplestiltskin/Mr. Gold
Jennifer Morrison
as Emma Swan
Colin O'Donoghue
as Killian Jones/Captain Hook
Andrew J. West
as Henry Mills
Jared S. Gilmore
as Henry Mills
Gabrielle Anwar
as Tremaine/Victoria Belfrey
Josh Dallas
as Prince Charming/David
Dania Ramirez
as Cinderella/Jacinda
Joshua Dallas
as Prince Charming/David
Emilie De Ravin
as Belle/Lacey
Raphael Sbarge
as Jiminy Cricket/Archie
Michael Socha
as Will Scarlet
Michael Raymond-James
as Baelfire/Neal Cassidy
Sean MaGuire
as Robin Hood
Eion Bailey
as Pinocchio/August W. Booth
Meghan Ory
as Red Riding Hood/Ruby
Jamie Dornan
as Sheriff Graham
Lee Arenberg
as Leroy/Grumpy
Keegan Connor Tracy
as Mother Superior/Blue Fairy
Alan Dale
as King George
David Anders
as Dr. Whale
Mig Macario
as Bashful
Victoria Smurfit
as Cruella De Vil
Robbie Kay
as Peter Pan
Giancarlo Esposito
as Sidney/Mirror
Rose Reynolds
as Tilly/Alice
Tony Amendola
as Marco/Geppetto
Adelaide Kane
as Drizella/Ivy
Bailee Madison
as Young Snow White
Emma Booth
as Gothel/Eloise Gardener
Tiera Skovbye
as Robin/Margot
Anastasia Griffith
as Kathryn/Abigail
Richard Schiff
as King Leopold
Liam Garrigan
as King Arthur
Ethan Embry
as Greg Mendell
Ingrid Torrance
as Severe Nurse
Daniel Francis
as Dr. Facilier/Mr. Samdi
Karen Shenaz David
as Princess Jasmine
Rose McIver
as Tinker Bell
Timothy Webber
as The Apprentice
Emma Caulfield
as Blind Witch
Nathan Parsons
as Nick Branson/Jack
Joana Metrass
as Guinivere
Jeff Pierre
as Hunter/Naveen/Drew
Eric Keenleyside
as Moe French/Sir Maurice
Jaime Murray
as Black Fairy
Jessy Schram
as Ashley/Cinderella
Jason Burkart
as Little John
Yael Yurman
as Tween Anastasia
Dylan Schmid
as Baelfire
Wil Traval
as Sheriff/Keith
Charles Mesure
as Black Beard
Mekia Cox
as Sabine/Tiana
Jakob Davies
as Pinocchio
Julian Morris
as Prince Phillip
Gabrielle Rose
as Ruth/Peasant Woman
Hank Harris
as The Groundsman
Sam Witwer
as The Warden
Sara Tomko
as Native American Woman/Tiger Lily
Freya Tingley
as Wendy Darling
Abby Ross
as Young Emma
McKenna Grace
as Young Emma
Faran Tahir
as Captain Nemo
Gabe Kouth
as Sneezy
Rose McGowan
as Young Cora
Pascale Hutton
as Regal Woman
Alex Zahara
as Midas/Nobleman
Tim Phillips
as Sean/Prince Thomas
Tzi Ma
as The Dragon
Patti Allan
as Miss Ginger/Blind Witch
Paul Lazenby
as Black Knight No. 1
Anna Cathcart
as Tween Drizella
Sunny Mabrey
as Glinda/Good Witch of the South
C. Ernst Harth
as Burly Man/The Ogre
Raf Rogers
as Arendelle Servant
Oliver Rice
as Noble Man
Noah Bean
as Daniel/Stable Boy
Connor Dwelly
as Morraine
Lee Page
as Arendelle Guard #1
John Rhys-Davies
as Grand Pabbie
James Immekus
as Keychain
Greyston Holt
as Jim/Frederick
Paul McGillion
as Knave of Hearts
Matt Kane
as Glasses
Brad Dourif
as Old Beggar
Adrian Hough
as Woodcutter
Barclay Hope
as Adoptive Father
Patrick Roccas
as Arendelle Guard #2
Edward Foy
as Black Knight
Alissa Skovbye
as Paige/Grace
Cedric De Souza
as The Sultan
Giacomo Baessato
as Sleeping Man
Roger Daltrey
as Caterpillar
Paul Telfer
as Lord Macintosh
Arnold Pinnock
as The Orderly
Marco D'Angelo
as Lord MacGuffin
Howard Siegel
as Tavern Owner
Quinn Lord
as Josef/Hansel
Jack Davies
as Young Pinocchio
Josh Hallem
as Lord Dingwall
Jennifer Koenig
as Queen of Hearts
Scott Heindl
as Bartholomew
Adam Young
as Pickpocket/Young Jiminy
Ian Butcher
as Burly Knight
Chad Rook
as Captain Ahab
Morgan Roff
as Teenage Jiminy
Nicholas Lea
as Michael Tillman/Woodcutter
Wyatt Oleff
as Young Rumplestiltskin
Rick Dobran
as Raskind
Amy Acker
as Astrid/Nova
Mark Gibbon
as Head Troll
Kam Kozak
as Black Guard
Anna Galvin
as Madeline
Craig Horner
as The Count of Monte Cristo
Elle McKinnon
as Young Alice
Michael Raymond-Jones
as Mysterious Man
Eric Lange
as Prince Leopold
Liam Hall
as The Prince
Kwesi Ameyaw
as Dr. Thatcher
Bill Dow
as Mayor Tomkins
Paul Johansson
as The Woodcutter/Gabriel
Nathan Parsonas
as Nick Branson/Jack
Brandon Spink
as Baelfire
Oliver Bell
as Young Killian
Costas Mandylor
as Captain Silver
Laura Wilson
as Mrs. Grace
Josh Kalender
as Lead Knight
Milli Wilkinson
as Young Cruella
Amos Stern
as Lead Knight
Nelson Wong
as Paramedic No. 1
Eva Bourne
as Princess Eva
Jillian Fargey
as The Fairy Godmother
Nisreen Slim
as Doctor Sage
Scott E. Miller
as Mr. Grace
Natalie Gibson
as Female Doctor
Adam Lolacher
as Black Knight
Adam Lolacher
as Black Knight
Morgan Tanner
as Dancer #1
Dean Petriw
as Young Baelfire
Jonathan Holmes
as Majordomo
Brighid Fleming
as Little Girl
as FBI Agent
Matthew MacCaull
as Knight No 1
JC Williams
as Lead Guard
Catherine Boyoavia
as Spaghetti Lady
Andrew Kavadas
as Baron Danglars
Rustin Gresiuk
as Young Pinocchio
Austin Obiajunwa
as Young Stanum
Suzy Joachim
as Madame Leota
Bruce Blain
as Desk Sergeant.
Carolyn Hennesy
as Myrna/Puppet Princess/Puppet Dragon
Janet Pinnick
as Nurse No. 1
Eva Allan
as Princess Eva
Lindsay Collins
as Spinster #1
Sophia Reid
as Gant - Young Anastasia
Osmond L. Bramble
as Queen's Guard
Darien Provost
as Lost Boy #1
Brighton Sharbino
as Young Ingrid
Ava Acres
as Young Regina
Lula Mae Melench
as Young Drizella
Mark Gash
as Father
Zak Santiago
as Prince Henry
Scott Augustine
as Dancer #2
Garry Garneau
as Spaghetti Man
Jonathan Coyne
as Dr. Lydgate
Tim Phillipps
as Prince Thomas
Lucas Wolf
as Armed Escort
Harry Groener
as Martin/Puppet Princess
Glynis Davies
as Spinster #2
Aaron Douglas
as Fendrake the Healer
Glenn Keogh
as King Fergus
Jamie Murray
as Black Fairy
Corey Schmitt
as Second Mate
Yasmin Abidi
as Midwife
Chris Shields
as Military advisor
Ted Whittall
as Mitchell/The King
Duncan Ollerenshaw
as Royal Doctor
Arpad Balogh
as Footman
Sebastian Roche
as King Stefan
Samuel Patrick Chu
as Frightened Soldier
Anton Starkman
as Gideon (Age 10)
John DeSantis
as The Dove
Sharon Taylor
as Witch of the East
Tiffany Boone
as Young Ursula
Teach Grant
as Dead Eye the Bandit
Lily van der Griend
as Young Gretel
Sebastian Wilkinson
as Young Baelfire
Brian Knox McGugan
as Drunk Charlie's Friend
Tony Giroux
as Dancer #3
Gina Stockdale
as Auntie Em
Caroline Morahan
as Queen Elinor
Olena Medwid
as Partygoer #1
Matt Ellis
as Francisco
Gaalen Engen
as Bar Patron
Jorden Birch
as Oz Guard #1
Jim Shield
as Royal Guard
Chad Collins
as Gerhardt
Fane Tse
as Customer
Max Montesi
as Peasant Boy
Ava Marie Telek
as Young Gerda
Chris Loubardeas
as Reveling Soldier
Lisa Banes
as Lady Tremaine
Emanuel Fappas
as Bartender
Gavin Cooke
as Drunken Lout
Kristina Lao
as Peasant Mother
Paul Kloegman
as Carriage Driver
Janet Walmsley
as Woman Peasant
Grayson Gabriel
as Adult Roderick
Thomas Gasior
as Musketeer #1
Noah Beggs
as Bartender
Bailey Herbert
as Young Helga
Anson Hibbert
as Policeman
Raahul Singh
as General
Michelle Dawley
as Dancer #4
Graham Verchere
as Young Apprentice
Nadeen Lightbody
as Partygoer #2
Angela Moore
as Villager
Benjamin Cook
as Michael Darling
Bri Neal
as Peasant Girl
Karen Holness
as Witch of the North
Shannon Hearn
as Frontiersman
Webb Hayes
as Young Arthur
Rick Tae
as Doctor
Michelle Choi-Lee
as Adoption Agent
Russell J. Roberts
as Visiting Duke
Ehren Kassam
as Young Kay
William Ainscough
as John Darling
Tristan Shire
as Oz Guard
Zahf Paroo
as Prince Achmed
Jacky Lai
as Novice Fairy
Rohan Campbell
as Male Miner
Reilly Jacob
as Tom Sawyer
Ian Harmon
as Sentry
Rondel Reynoldson
as Village Woman
Ryan Robbins
as Sir Morgan
Luke Roessler
as Young David/Young James
William Phillips
as Peasant Man
Kelly Konno
as Dancer #5
Scott McAdam
as Orderly
Max Haynes
as Young Man
Guy Fauchon
as Vortigan
Andrew Airlie
as George Darling
Gabrielle Giraud
as Royal Aide
John Innes
as Older Man
Dalila Bela
as Young Guinevere
Toby Levins
as Sergeant
Robert Mann
as Peasant No. 1
Julia Harnett
as Dancer #6
Thomas Cadrot
as Bartender
Cainan Wiebe
as Hooded Lost Boy
Rebecca Wisocky
as Madame Faustina
Jolene Bothwell
as Dancer #7
Shaun Omaid
as Street Vendor
Harold Davies
as Fisherman
Julian D. Christopher
as Adoption Agent
Karin Inghammar
as Mary Darling
Aaron Brooks
as Soldier
Jason Cermak
as Black Knight No. 1
Chelsea Turner
as Tavern Waitress
John Rhys-Davies
as Grand Pabbie
Jesse Stretch
as Head Viking
Charles Zuckermann
as Black Knight No. 1
Phil Granger
as Landlord
Steven Roberts
as Blacktooth
Michael Roberds
as Donkey driver
Chad Cosgrove
as Carriage Driver
Chad Riley
as Black Knight No. 2
Ryan Hesp
as Quartermaster
Matthew Olsen
as Brother #1
Todd Thomson
as Business Man
Zoey Siewert
as Brunette Girl
Jason Burkhart
as Little John
Joe Dodds
as Outrider #1
Michael Rinaldi
as Helper Dwarf
Jordan Olsen
as Brother #2
David Orth
as NY Cop #1
Colton Barnert
as Brother #3
Byron Bertram
as TSA agent
Paul Chevreau
as Skinny Man
Jesse Blue
as Black Knight
Alex Barima
as Twin One
Jim Finkbeiner
as Outrider #2
Lee Majdoub
as Sir Kay
Ari Guzhel
as Older Girl
Elizabeth McCarthy
as Rotund Wife
Brent Stait
as The Peddler
Julia Tortolano
as Blueberry Pie Gal
Chris Olson
as Toll Operator
Kiefer Bahrich
as Sad-Eyed Boy
David Nykl
as Fisherman
Michael Soltis
as Black Night No. 1
Show More Cast