Guilt cast series 2: Who stars in the BBC 2 drama?

Guilt cast series 2: Who stars in the BBC 2 drama?

BBC'S Edinburgh-set drama Guilt has made a return for for series two.

But who is in the cast of the second season? Let’s take a look…

Who stars in the BBC 2 drama?

Max McCall – Mark Bonnar

Mark will once again be taking the lead role in the series as Max McCall.

Mark Bonnar is a 52-year-old Scottish actor.

Best known for his roles in Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag 2013, Unforgotten 2015 and Line of Duty 2012.

He is married to actress Lucy Gaskell since December 28, 2007. 

They have one child.

Season two of Guilt will see Max released from prison for manslaughter, and is now hopeless and looking to build his life back up after the car incident sent it crashing down.

It’s still yet to be revealed how Max will build himself back up, though he will be coming face to face with some familiar faces along on his journey.

Roy Lynch – Stuart Bowman

Stuart Bowman will be returning for the role of Max’s boss, Roy Lynch.

Stuart is a Scottish actor, best known for his roles in Versailles 2015, Slow West 2015 and Gary Tank Commander 2009.

His character in Guilt is yet to be seen, but it is likely he will bump into Max once again.

Maggie – Phyllis Logan

Phyllis Logan will portray Maggie, a new character to the show. 

How her character Maggie will impact the series is yet to be revealed.

Phyliss is a Scottish actress born in 1956.

She is best known for her roles in Secrets & Lies 1996, Another Time, Another Place 1983 and Downton Abbey 2010.

She is married to the actor and director, Kevin McNally since 2011.

They have one child together.

Yvonne – Rochelle Neil

Rochelle Neil is back again for her role as Yvonne.

Her character, once again, is being kept top secret.

Rochelle is known for her roles in Terminator: Dark Fate 2019, The Nevers 2021 and Das Boot. 

Erin – Sara Vickers

Roy’s daughter Erin is played by Sara Vickers, a new addition for the second season.

Vickers is a 36-year-old British actress, best known for  role as Joan Thursday, in ITV's Inspector Morse prequel, Endeavour 2013-2016, as well as Sunshine on Leith 2016.

In an interview talking about the new season of Guilt, Vickers told The Scotsman: “When we meet her she’s at a huge crossroads in her life so is extreme with what she attempts to do.

"She’s an entrepreneur, she’s done her own thing, but now it’s falling apart and she’s pushed to do things she’s wanted to do for years.”

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