Peggy carter cast

peggy carter cast

Directed by Joe Johnston Writing Credits ( WGA) Christopher Markus . (screenplay) & Stephen McFeely . (screenplay) Joe Simon . (comic books) and Jack Kirby . (comic books) Cast (in credits order) complete, awaiting verification Chris Evans . Captain America / Steve Rogers Hayley Atwell .

Peggy Carter Sebastian Stan . James Buchanan 'Bucky' Barnes Tommy Lee Jones . Colonel Chester Phillips Hugo Weaving . Johann Schmidt / Red Skull Dominic Cooper . Howard Stark Richard Armitage . Heinz Kruger Stanley Tucci . Dr. Abraham Erskine Samuel L. Jackson . Nick Fury Toby Jones . Dr. Arnim Zola Neal McDonough . Timothy 'Dum Dum' Dugan Derek Luke . Gabe Jones Kenneth Choi . Jim Morita JJ Feild . James Montgomery Falsworth Bruno Ricci .

Jacques Dernier Lex Shrapnel . Gilmore Hodge Michael Brandon . Senator Brandt Martin Sherman . Brandt's Aide (as Martin T. Sherman) Natalie Dormer . Pvt. Lorraine Oscar Pearce . Search Team Leader William Hope . S.H.I.E.L.D. Lieutenant Nicholas Pinnock . S.H.I.E.L.D. Tech Marek Oravec . Jan Peggy carter cast Bradley . Tower Keeper Leander Deeny . Steve Rogers Double / Barman Sam Hoare . Nervous Recruit Simon Kunz . 4F Doctor Kieran O'Connor .

Loud Jerk Jenna Coleman . Connie (as Jenna-Louise Coleman) Sophie Colquhoun . Bonnie Doug Cockle . Young Doctor Ben Batt . Enlistment Office MP Mollie Peggy carter cast . Peggy carter cast Girl Damon Driver . Sergeant Duffy (as Damon J. Driver) David McKail . Johann Schmidt's Artist Amanda Peggy carter cast . Antique Store Owner Richard Freeman . SSR Doctor Katherine Press . Project Rebirth Nurse Sergio James .

Kruger's Aide (as Sergio Covino) Marcello Walton . Undercover Bum Vincent Montuel . Undercover Bum Fabrizio Santino . Kruger's Driver Maxwell Newman . Boy at Dock Anatole Taubman . Roeder Jan Pohl . Hutter Erich Redman . Schneider Rosanna Hoult . The Star Spangled Singer Naomi Slights . The Star Spangled Singer Kirsty Mather . The Star Spangled Singer Megan Sanderson . Kid in USO Audience Darren Simpson .

Kid in USO Audience Fernanda Toker . Newsstand Mom Laura Haddock . Autograph Seeker James Payton . 'Adolph Hitler' Ronan Raftery . Army Heckler Nick Hendrix . Army Heckler Luke Allen-Gale . Army Heckler Jack Gordon . Army Heckler Benjamin Uttley . HYDRA Guard / HYDRA Pilot (as Ben Uttley) Kevin Millington . Stark's Engineer Patrick Monckeberg . Manager Velt Peter Stark . HYDRA Lieutenant Amanda Righetti .

S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent Jennifer Abbotts . USO Dancer Michelle Antrobus . USO Dancer Lucy Dean . USO Dancer Erin Dusek . USO Dancer Nicole Evans . USO Dancer Lizzi Franklin . USO Dancer Emma Harris . USO Dancer Rachael Isherwood . USO Dancer Danielle Kelly . USO Dancer Nicole May . USO Dancer Stevie-Jean Peggy carter cast . USO Dancer Anna McNicholas . USO Dancer Rosie Pethullis . USO Dancer Jessica Powell . USO Dancer Rai Quartley . USO Dancer (as Rachel Quartley) Sarah Riches . USO Dancer Holly Rostron .

USO Dancer Caroline Royce . USO Dancer Stephanie Jayne Thompson . USO Dancer Lucie Waugh . USO Dancer Billy Lozowski . USO Drummer Gregory Paulett . USO Drummer Adam Birch . USO Drummer Adam Kent . USO Drummer Wiliam Morris . USO Drummer (as William Morris) David Sdall . USO Drummer Paul Simmons . USO Drummer Marc Wheeler . USO Drummer Chris Diggle .

USO Drummer Michael Humphrey . USO Drummer Rest of cast listed alphabetically: Raed Abbas . Prisoner of War (uncredited) Esme Allen-Quarmby . New York Child (uncredited) Colin Alltree . Senator Security (uncredited) Michael Aston . Businessman (uncredited) Mark Badham . Sgt US Marine (uncredited) Paul Bergquist .

Bookshop Owner (uncredited) Christian Black . Sgt. Buck (uncredited) Paul Blackwell . Soldier (uncredited) Mark Callum . Newspaper Stole Holder (uncredited) Will Carlson . Reporter (uncredited) James Chahine . Army Heckler (uncredited) Will Chambers . Docker (uncredited) David Chant . U.S. Solider (uncredited) Jason Alexander Charchan . German Soldier (uncredited) Robert Clayton .

US Marine 4th Battalion (uncredited) Jack Conway . S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent (uncredited) James Currie . Commando (uncredited) Graham Curry . US Marine 4th Battalion (uncredited) Eddie Davenport . HYDRA Soldier (uncredited) Paul Davies . Hydra Soldier (uncredited) Ross Donnelly . German Soldier (uncredited) Liam Elcoat . Brooklyn Pedestrian (uncredited) Joshua Ferdinand . US Marine (uncredited) Sam Fink .

1940's NY Car Driver (uncredited) Scott Ford . German Peggy carter cast (uncredited) Spencer Garrett . Newsreel Announcer (uncredited) Joe Garvey . HYDRA Guard (uncredited) Rich Goble . Italian Soldier (uncredited) Drew Gregory . SHIELD Agent (uncredited) Salem Hanna . Russian POW (uncredited) James Hare . US Marine (uncredited) Michael Hennessy . Customer / Pub Singer (uncredited) Leigh Holland . US Soldier (uncredited) Jacqueline Honulik . Model in Modern NYC (uncredited) Vera Horton .

1930th Citizen (uncredited) Tim Howard . Soldier (uncredited) Sonja Isabella . Officer's Wife (uncredited) Tobias James-Samuels . Producer / Soldier (uncredited) Todd Von Joel .

Hydra Soldier (uncredited) Jacob Johnston . HYDRA Soldier (uncredited) Chris Jorie . Reporter (uncredited) John Samuel Kande . US Soldier (uncredited) Matt Kohler . HYDRA Soldier (uncredited) Stan Lee . General (uncredited) Steve Leighton . Brooklyn Tour Guide (uncredited) Addison LeMay .

SHIELD Agent X (uncredited) Alan Mandel . Prisoner of War (uncredited) Josh Margulies . Brooklyn Pedestrian (uncredited) Anthony Milton .

US Soldier (uncredited) Michael Mulqueen . Hydra Infantry (uncredited) Brian Niblett . Theatre Spectator (uncredited) Nathan Nolan . S.H.I.E.L.D. Lieutenant (uncredited) Richard Norris .

Hydra Soldier (uncredited) Martin Poole . Theatre Spectator (uncredited) Christopher Poultney . Times Square Pedestrian (uncredited) Eric Reeve . Reporter (uncredited) Colin Reilly . US Infantry Soldier (uncredited) Nathan Robinson . Lab Tech (uncredited) Geoff Rolph . Soldier (uncredited) Shane Salter . Hydra / Military Police (uncredited) Geoff Searle . US Marine (uncredited) Drew Sherman .

HYDRA Soldier (uncredited) Colin Stinton . New York Taxi Driver (uncredited) Michael Peggy carter cast . Dodgers Announcer (voice) (uncredited) Jayme Swiftt . Soldier (uncredited) Shaun Troke .

Prisoner of War (uncredited) Sy Turner . Hydra Soldier (uncredited) Matt Tyzack . Scientist (uncredited) Chris Wilson .

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American Civilian 1940s (uncredited) Produced by Victoria Alonso . co-producer Mitchell Bell . associate producer (as Mitch Bell) Stephen Broussard . co-producer Louis D'Esposito . executive producer Kevin Feige . producer Alan Fine . executive producer Nigel Gostelow . executive producer Joe Johnston .

executive producer Stan Lee . executive producer David Maisel . executive producer Richard Whelan . associate producer Music by Alan Silvestri Cinematography by Shelly Johnson . director of photography Film Editing by Robert Dalva Jeffrey Ford Casting By Sarah Finn . (as Sarah Halley Finn) Randi Hiller Priscilla John Production Design by Sean Haworth . (additional photography) Rick Heinrichs Art Direction by Dean Clegg John Dexter .

supervising art director Phil Harvey A. Todd Holland . (additional photography) Paul Kirby Jason Knox-Johnston Chris Lowe .

supervising art director Andy Nicholson . supervising art director Phil Sims Set Decoration by John Bush Costume Design by Anna B. Sheppard Makeup Department Faye Aydin . crowd hair/makeup artist: dailies (as Faye Aydin Le Jeune) Inma Azorin . crowd hair stylist Helen Barrett . hair stylist / makeup artist Lily Beckett . daily crowd makeup artist Jacqueline Bhavnani . hair stylist / makeup artist Paul Boyce . makeup artist Amy Boyd . hair trainee: crowd / makeup trainee: crowd Peggy carter cast Brabec .

makeup artist Benjamin Brown . prosthetics modeller Cathy Burczak . hair stylist (as Catherine Burczak) / makeup artist (as Catherine Burczak) Sacha Carter . prosthetics production manager Karen Peggy carter cast . hair stylist: second unit / make-up artist: second unit Rebecca Cole . hair stylist / makeup artist Sharon Colley . crowd hair and makeup Carolyn Cousins . hair stylist / makeup artist Julie Dartnell . hair stylist / makeup artist Nathaniel De'Lineadeus .

dental effects designer Rowena Dean . daily peggy carter cast Cheryl Eckert . key hair stylist: USA Mark English . hair stylist / makeup artist Kathryn Fa . hairstylist / make up Ann Fenton . hair and makeup artist Linda D. Flowers . hair department head (US portion) Richard Glass . contact lens optician Joanne Glover .

prosthetics modeller (as Jo Glover) Belinda Green-Smith . hair artist: dailies / makeup artist: dailies Jules Greenan . hair & makeup daily Sarah Grispo . hair stylist / makeup artist Sarah Hamilton .

make-up and hair trainee Rod Hamlin . prosthetics mould maker Jenny Hammond . makeup artist: crowd dailies Shaune Harrison . prosthetic sculptor Victoria Holt . special makeup effects artist Giacomo Iovino .

supervising mould maker Colin Jackman . sculptor Carmel Jackson . hair stylist / makeup artist Julie Kendrick . hair stylist / makeup artist James Kerndt .

prosthetics modeller James Kernot . prosthetic workshop supervisor Peggy carter cast Kretschmer . wig maker Denise Kum . makeup artist: dailies Louise Luxton . hair stylist / makeup artist Chris Lyons . special effects teeth Sarah Jane Marks .

crowd hair stylist / crowd makeup Emma Mash . makeup trainee: daily Lois McIntosh peggy carter cast. hair stylist / makeup artist Kirsty Mcqueen . make-up and hair trainee Daniel Meaker . prosthetics modeller Liz Michie . hair stylist / makeup peggy carter cast Madlen Mierzwiak . hair stylist Jon Moore . prosthetics modeller Laura Morse . crowd hair and makeup artist Sandrine Mugglestone . daily assistant makeup/hair Julian Murray . prosthetics sculptor Sue Newbould .

hair and makeup daily Tracy O'Brien . prosthetics modeller Adam James Phillips . hairdresser: crowd Susie Redfern . prosthetics modeller (as Susie Peggy carter cast Stuart Richards .

prosthetics modeller Olivia Rotheram-Jones . crowd makeup artist (as Olivia Jones) Maralyn Sherman . hair stylist / makeup artist Colin Shulver . prosthetics sculptor Andrew Simonin . hairdresser: crowd Kate Alexandra Smith .

prosthetics modeller Nadia Stacey . hair stylist: dailies Malwina Suwinska . crowd hair trainee / crowd makeup trainee Emily Swift . hair & makeup peggy carter cast daily Julia Vernon . crowd hair supervisor / crowd makeup supervisor Brian Waltsak . makeup artist Lisa Westcott . hair designer / makeup designer Josh Weston . prosthetic makeup artist / prosthetics sculptor David White . prosthetics designer Claire Williams . additional makeup artist: crowd Patt Foad . makeup trainee: crowd, dailies (uncredited) Julie Wright .

prosthetic makeup artist (uncredited) Victoria Yates . daily (uncredited) Production Management Lori Berlanga . production supervisor: USA Sam Breckman . production manager Louis D'Esposito . unit production manager Howell Gibbens . production manager: second peggy carter cast Jodie Gregory . unit manager: studio, Longcross Stratton Leopold .

unit production manager Siobhan Lyons . production manager: second unit Bruce Markoe . post-production executive Peter Mavromates . post-production supervisor Page Rosenberg-Marvin . production supervisor: LA Unit Adam Teeuw .

unit manager: studio Michael Tinger . post-production supervisor Suzie F. Wiesmann . production manager (as Suzie Wiesman) Brian West . production manager (uncredited) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Thomas Alibone . third assistant director: second unit Guy Campbell . additional third assistant director Glen Carroll . additional crowd assistant director Joey Coughlin . second assistant director: floor Laurie Deuters . daily assistant director Gayle Dickie .

third assistant director Lucy Eaton-Whitfield . assistant director Clare Glass . assistant director: crowd Sarah Hood . additional third assistant director Alexandra Jordan .

crowd assistant director Larry D. Katz . second second assistant director: Los Angeles Terence Madden . second assistant director: second unit Terry Madden . first assistant director: second unit Jeremy Marks . second second assistant director: New York Eddie Micallef . second assistant director: New York Carolyn Milner .

second assistant director: crowd George Nelson . additional third assistant director Douglas Plasse . key second assistant director: Los Angeles (as Doug Plasse) / second assistant director: Los Angeles Samar Pollitt .

second assistant director Phill Reeves . additional third assistant director Nanw Rowlands . assistant director: crowd Paul Sacks . additional third assistant director: second unit Toby Spanton . additional third assistant director Jonathan Taylor .

second unit director Glen Trotiner . first assistant director: New York Greg Tynan . daily assistant director Richard Whelan peggy carter cast. first assistant director Andy Young . dailies assistant director Cathy Britton . daily set pa: 2nd Unit (uncredited) Doug Coleman .

second unit director (uncredited) Art Peggy carter cast Adam Aitken . plasterer Roxana Alexandru . draughtsperson John Allen . carpenter Gill Andrae-Reid . portrait artist Christopher Arnold . props dailies (as Chris Arnold) Martin Asbury . storyboard artist Philip Babbage . supervising plasterer Jason Babcock .

plasterer (as Jason Badcock) Geoff Bacon peggy carter cast. plasterer Matthew Baker . prop maker Dave Ball . chargehand carpenter Denise Ball . modelmaker Graham Barford . carpenter (as Graeme Barford) Keith Batterbee .

rigger James Bede . carpenter Syd Bell . carpenter Andrew Bennett . draughtsman Cliff Berns . painter Bobby Betts . painter (as Bob Betts) Lee Betts . painter Emily Bick . modeller Alice Biddle . draughtsperson Bruce Bigg . prop hand Sean Bird . plasterer Paul Blandford . plasterer Brent Boates . storyboard artist John Bohan . construction manager Nick Bohan . painter Mauro Borrelli . illustrator Alex Boswell . standby chargehand propman: second unit Nick Bowen .

stand-by painter: second unit Tony Boxall . plasterer Matt Boyton . prop maker Joshua Breckman . props trainee Adam Brockbank . concept artist Matthew Broderick . stand-by propman Jason Corgan Brown . digital asset manager Peter Brown . supervising carpenter Zoe Byrne . art department assistant Robert Caan .

carpenter Neal Callow . stand-by art director: second unit Dave Campbell . stagehand Ben Carey . rigger Keith Carey . rigger Anthony Carlino . leadman: additional photography James Carson . concept artist Ian Carter . plasterer John Casey . supervising carpenter Paul Catling . concept artist Graham Caulfield . drapesmaster Roy Chapman . chargehand dressing propman Sam Chapman .

props trainee Thomas Chester . art department trainee Randy L. Childs . construction coordinator John Cloke . chargehand painter Dean Coldham . plasterer Deano Harry Coldham . apprentice plasterer Graham Cole . chargehand carpenter Dan Colegrove . general foreman Stan Cook . location storeman (as Stanley Cook) Steve Cook . chargehand plasterer (as Steven Cook) David Corral .

greensman Chris Costello . modeller trainee Paul Couch . painter Nigel Crafts . carpenter Chris Cubberly-Gomis . plasterer Federico D'Alessandro . storyboard artist Graham Dale . dressing propman Nicholas Davis . prop maker Derek Dawson . carpenter Garry Dawson . dressing props Kevin Day . additional props John Daynes Jr. . painter John Daynes . painter Nicola De Fresnes . production buyer Darrin Denlinger . storyboard artist Dan DeTitta .

buyer: New York Anita Dhillon . graphic artist James Doh . storyboard artist Ciaran Donnelly . carpenter (as Ciaron Donnelly) Jonathan Downing . assistant buyer - daily Steve Dring . props Paul Duff . supervising carpenter Peter Duffy . carpenter Rick Dunning .

stagehand (as Richard Dunning) Peter Edge . painter Michael J. Eley . carpenter (as Mick Eley) T. Scott Elliott . assistant property master Colin Ellis . chargehand dressing propman Neil Ellis . modeller Scott Elms . carpenter James Enright . prop making supervisor: c/o propshop Trevor Eve . painter David Everall . rigger Kerril Fahy . modeller trainee (as Kerril Fahv) David Farrow . modeller trainee Arun Ferguson . prop making trainee Derek Fitsimmons .

rigger Darren Fitzsimons . sculptor Michael Flemming . dressing propman Barry Fowler . chargehand plasterer Harry Franchetti . sculptor Dan Frye . prop modeller Rodney Fuentebella . concept illustrator Katie Gabriel .

art department coordinator Giancarlo Sye Garcia . comp artist Jack Garwood . dressing propman Martin Gaskell . senior modeller / senior sculptor James Gemmill . head scenic artist Liam Georgensen . art department assistant Barry Gibbs . property master Hayley Gibbs .

props coordinator David Gibson . carpenter (as Dave Gibson) Rusty Gilligan . storyboard artist Nick Goodall . chargehand carpenter Mark Goodman . stagehand Bruce Gordon . sculptor Gavin Gordon . carpenter Simon Gosling peggy carter cast. prop maker Charles Green . plasterer Matthew Green . plasterer Alan Grenham . chargehand painter Peter Grove .

carpenter (as Peter Groves) Ted Haigh . graphic designer Roy Halfpenny . modeller Ben Hall . modeller Kavin Hall . painter Richard Hall . painter Martin Hammerton . carpenter Matt Handford . carpenter Emma Hanson .

sculptor Joseph Harlow . prop modeller Robert Harper . painter Patrick Harris . model maker Dave Harrison . rigger Jean Harter . set designer: additional photography Peter Hawkins . hod rigger Sean Haworth .

production designer: additional photography Kathy Heaser . graphic artist Zack Heath . researcher Gary Hedges . carpenter James Hegedus . concept artist Terry Heggarty . painter Annika Hellgren . props sculptor Nigel Henderson . plasterer John Herbert .

paint supervisor: reshoots Scott Hillier . supervising rigger Jason Hopperton . props storeman Gordon Humphrey . rigger Alex Hunter . art assistant Kevin Huse . stagehand Tara Ilsley . junior draughtsman Douglas Ingram . sketch artist Jason Ivall . painter Jonathan Ivall . painter (as John Ivall) Jamie Jackson-Moore . prop maker Raymond James . plasterer (as Ray James) Jake Jeffries . plasterer David Johnson . props Jacob Johnston . visual development coordinator Natasha Jones .

assistant graphic artist Thomas Jones . prop peggy carter cast Nicky Kaill . painter James Keane . props painter Malcolm Keen .

props painter (as Malcom Keane) David Ned Kelly . carpenter (as Ned Kelly) Alex King . assistant picture vehicle coordinator Daryl King . painter George King . supervising stagehand Patricia Klawonn .

set designer Paul Anthony Knight . modeller Robert Knowles . rigger Dougie Lankston . props Paul Lawlor . carpenter Samuel Leake . modeller Charlotte Leatherland . assistant art director (as Charles Leatherland) Peter Lee . props Mark Levin . stagehand Glenn Lewis . stagehand (as Glen Lewis) Katie Lodge .

modeller Kevin Loo . digital set designer Tracy Low . construction buyer / construction coordinator Arndt Lowes . stagehand Mary Mackenzie . draughtsperson Tim Mallory . props: additional photography Paul Marah . carpenter Jonathan Maris . storyboard artist Tony Marks . carpenter Paul Marsh . modeller James J. Martin . illustrator (as Jim Martin) Jim Martin .

illustrator Thomas Martin . modeller Peggy carter cast Maslin . greensman Tony Mason . prop painter Bernie Mayor . supervising carpenter Peter McAllister . plasterer Stephen McCumby . property master: reshoot Anthony McGee . carpenter John McGee . carpenter Robert McGovern . stagehand (as Bob McGovern) Norah McKeogh . modeller trainee James McKeown . senior modeller Eamon McLoughlin . hod carpenter Mark McNeil . stand-by propman: second unit (as Mark Venn-McNeil) Ryan McPhail .

apprentice painter Rob Mear . props David Mears . chargehand painter (as Dave Mears) Noah Meddings . prop maker David Meeking . hod painter Ryan Meinerding . visual development supervisor Ossie Merchant . stand-by props trainee Kieron Monahan .

carpenter Jonathan Moore . hod sculptor Brian Morris . painter James Muir . stand-by stagehand Adam Mull . set designer: reshoots Kate Murray . props Rubi Myers . props (as Romeo Ortega) Craig Narramore . modeller Richard Neal . plasterer David Newell . stand-by carpenter: second unit Mitch Niclas . chargehand standby propman Geoff Nolan .

supervising carpenter Dean Norgate . rigger Ian Norgate . rigger Barry O'Brien . carpenter Jack O'Brien . stagehand Michael O'Callaghan . plasterer Gerard O'Connor . stand-by stagehand: second unit John O'Connor . carpenter Tyrone Greg O'Donnell . chargehand painter (as Tyronne O'Donnell) Danny O'Keefe . modeller trainee (as Daniel O'Keefe) Karl Openshaw .

engineer: mechanical rigs Mark Overall . carpenter Russell Oxley . scenic artist Stephen Page . plasterer Andy Park . concept illustrator / visual development illustrator John Park . chargehand carpenter David Parratt . stagehand (as Dave Parratt) Darryl Paterson . assistant property master Paul Pattison .

art department trainee Nathan Payne . props trainee Graham Pearce . painter Nick Pearce . painter Mick Pelham . painter Laurence Pelling . stagehand Paul Penley . on-set dresser Carl Peters . dressing propman Melani Petrushkin . set decoration coordinator: additional photography Darren Philpott . carpenter Helen Player . assistant buyer Mitch Polley . props trainee Steven Ponting . chargehand plasterer (as Steve Ponting) Tyler Pope . prop maker Stephen Presley . stagehand (as Steve Presley) Tony Putt .

plasterer (as Anthony Putt) Robert Ramsey . plasterer Shari Ratliff . art department coordinator: US Charles Ratteray . storyboard artist Dougie Regan . painter Nicholas Richardson . prop maker Nick Richardson . Prop Maker Steve Ritchie . prop hand John Roberts . head of painting Tony Roberts . painter Paul Robinson . props Mark Rocca . prop maker Daniel Rogers .

carpenter Ian Rolfe . stand-by rigger Danny Rowe . on set dresser: additional photography Alex Rutherford . modeller Andy Sandbach . plasterer peggy carter cast Andy Sandbachs) Nicole Saunders .

modeller trainee Monika Schellenberger . sculptor Lee Schofield . rigger Nathan Schroeder . illustrator Richard Selway . assistant art director Randy Severino . set dresser Toby Shears . supervising mold maker Brian Shelley .

painter Jamie Shelley . painter Lee Shelley . supervising painter Emmanuel Shiu . concept artist Steve Sibley . painter Daniel Simon . lead vehicle designer Tom Sinden .

prop maker Kevin Skinner . chargehand rigger Mitchell Skinner . rigger (as Mtchell Skinner) Andy Skipsey . dressing propman (as Andrew Skipsey) Jack Slack . modeller trainee Barry Smalls .

stand-by carpenter Colin Smith . plasterer Dave Smith . chargehand stagehand Dean Smith . rigger Dorian Smith . painter Kate Peggy carter cast Smith .

modeller Kevin Smith . plasterer Mark Smith .

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rigger Nick Smith . carpenter Philip Smith . supervising carpenter Tristain Smith . plasterer Ben Snook . carpenter (as Ben Snooks) Tony Snook .

carpenter (as Tony Snooks) Jay Sotheran . painter Mickey Spence . plasterer (as Michael Spence) Marcus Spivey . painter Gary Spraggon . stand-by plasterer Richard St. Clair . modeller Richard Stachini . stagehand Kate Stamp . prop maker Michael Standish .

assistant set decorator Mike Stassi . set designer Roland Stevenson . supervising prop maker Warren Stickley . chargehand dressing propman Gary Stokes . plasterer Dave Stopps . plasterer Matthew Street . prop maker Henrik Tamm . conceptual illustrator Sophie Tarver . prop maker Jim Taylor . plasterer (as James Taylor) Karen Teneyck . graphic designer George Thomson . props trainee Tim Timmington . painter Chris Tooth . assistant graphic artist Kevin Turner .

hod plasterer Matthew Turner . rigger Peggy carter cast Tyler . paint gangboss Peggy carter cast Vane . draughtsperson Robert Voysey .

supervising plasterer Dan Walker . conceptual artist Julian Walker . decor and lettering artist Clive Ward . painter Cathryn Waterhouse . assistant construction coordinator Dennis Watson . rigger Steve 'O' Watson . dressing propman (as Steve Watson) Daniel Watts .

plasterer Michael Weaver Jr. . painter Michael Weaver . painter Paul Webb . carpenter Dominic Weisz . model maker Dave Weller Jr. . rigger Charlie Wen . visual development supervisor Darrell West . plasterer Mark Weston . carpenter Matt Whelan . carpenter (as Matthew Whelan) John Whitby . carpenter Brian White . chargehand plasterer Craig Whiteford . greensman Ian Whiteford . greensman Derek Whorlow . hod stagehand Gary Wiffen . dressing propman Alan Williams .

supervising rigger Andrew Williamson . concept artist Carl Wilson . senior propmaker Paul Wolstencroft . stagehand Bradley Woodbridge . painter Colin Woodbridge . chargehand carpenter Douglas Woods . plasterer Sophie Worley . art department assistant Jane Wu . storyboard artist Helen Xenopoulos . assistant art director Alex Bradford .

prop maker/graphic designer (uncredited) Nicole Eldredge . props (uncredited) Adriaan Engelbrecht . weapons mould maker (uncredited) Gregory Fangeaux . 3D set designer (uncredited) David French . sculptor (uncredited) Alan Hinton . Prop Maker (uncredited) Katherine Joseph .

junior modeller (uncredited) Jonathan B. Lee . props (uncredited) Richard Mccarthy . supervising plasterer (uncredited) Jason Vanover . key greensman: re-shoot (uncredited) Sound Department Mark Appleby . adr mixer David A. Arnold . dialogue editor (as Dave Arnold) David Barnaby . sound effects editor Dicken Berglund . adr mixer Beau Borders . additional sound re-recording mixer Gary C. Bourgeois . additional sound re-recording mixer (as Gary Bourgeois) Thom Brennan .

supervising foley editor David Burk . assistant sound editor Anthony J. Ciccolini III . adr editor (as Chic Ciccolini III) Gary Dodkin . boom operator Joe Dorn . supervising adr editor Matt Dubin . sound facility support Susan Dudeck . adr editor Lloyd Dudley . sound maintenance Mark Elson .

sound assistant: second unit Stephen Hunter Flick . sound designer Albert Gasser . sound effects editor Howell Gibbens . supervising sound editor Vincent Guisetti . foley artist Shelly Hovland . sound facility support Jason W. Jennings . sound designer Kimberly Jimenez . sound facility support Jon Johnson . sound effects editor Suhail Kafity . sound effects editor Pamela Kahn .

foley artist Bob Kellough . apprentice sound editor (as Robert Kellough) Larry Kemp . dialogue editor Elizabeth Kenton . supervising dialogue editor Lisa J. Levine . adr editor (as Lisa Levine) David Lucarelli . adr recordist Scott Millan . re-recording mixer Shannon Mills . sound designer John Mooney . sound mixer: second unit James Morioka . assistant sound editor Emmet O'Donnell . adr recordist Jordan O'Neill .

datasat sound mastering engineer Daniel Pagan . sound designer David Parker . re-recording mixer David Pringle peggy carter cast. sound editor Evan Rautiainen . sound re-recording engineer Kyle Rochlin . foley mixer Lynn Sable . assistant sound editor Brian Saunders . vice president sound post production Steve Schatz . sound mix technician Danial Shimiaei . sound re-recording engineer (as Dan Shimiaei) Gary L.G.

Simpson . sound re-recording engineer (as Gary Simpson) Greg Steele . adr mixer David Stephenson . sound mixer Kathie Talbot . sound effects voice designer Billy Theriot . adr mixer Matt Vowles . international re-recording mixer Drew Webster . sound mix technician Greg Zimmerman . adr recordist Thomas Giordano . production sound technician: additional photography, Los Angeles (uncredited) Matthew Iadarola .

re-recording mixer: international versions (uncredited) Adam Kopald . sound effects editor (uncredited) Stuart McCutcheon . boom operator: second unit (uncredited) Max Medenwald . assistant adr mixer (uncredited) Brian Miksis .

sound mixer: New York (uncredited) Michael Miller peggy carter cast. adr mixer (uncredited) Elias Millward . dubbing coordinator (uncredited) David Pastecchi . boom operator: New York (uncredited) Christopher T. Silverman . sound (uncredited) Karl Wasserman . sound utility: New York (uncredited) Cary Weitz . boom operator: additional photography (uncredited) Special Effects by Charlie Adcock . explosives engineer (as Charles Adcock) Adam Aldridge . senior special effects technician Roxana Alexandru .

special effects draughtsperson Matthew G. Armstrong . special effects technician (as Matthew Armstrong) Martin Asbury . special effects storyboard artist Phil Ashton . animatronic designer (as Philip Ashton) Beverly Austin . special effects buyer (as Beverly Young) / special effects coordinator (as Beverly Young) Denise Ball . special effects model maker Marc Banich . special effects foreman Adam Banks . special effects trainee David J. Barker . pyrotechnician Jim Barr . special effects draughtsperson Will Bazeley .

special effects trainee Steve Benelisha . senior special effects technician Andrew Bennett . special effects draughtsperson Paul Bentman .

special effects technician Ian Biggs . senior special effects technician Nick Bonathan . animatronic designer / special effects crew Grant Boulton . peggy carter cast effects technician Paul Brady .

special effects technician Christopher Brennan . special effects technician: additional crew William Brett .

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assistant special effects technician Adam Brockbank . special effects concept artist Ashlea Brown . special effects trainee Max Brown . special effects technician Richard Brown . senior special effects technician Roy K. Cancino . special effects on-set lead Paul Catling . special effects concept artist Gordon Cave . special effects technician John P. Cazin . special effects foreman: re-shoots Michael Clarke .

special effects technician Piers Clifton . special effects digital asset coordinator Viola Colditz . special effects modeller Ryan Conder . special effects technician Chris Corbould . special effects engineer Ian Corbould . senior special effects floor supervisor Jamie Corbould . assistant special effects technician Paul Corbould .

special effects supervisor Aaron Cox . special effects technician Dan Peggy carter cast . special effects technician Steve Cullane . senior special effects technician (as Stephen Cullane) Rodolfo Damaggio .

special effects storyboard artist Alicia Davies . special effects office assistant Demi Demetriou . assistant special effects technician (as Demitri Demetriou) Levon Shant Demirjian . special effects Darrin Denlinger . special effects storyboard artist Jonathan Dram . special effects trainee Matthew Duggan . special effects engineer: second unit Moose Enright .

special effects electronic foreman (as Thomas Enright) Alexander Fabre . assistant special effects technician Gregory Fangeaux . special effects draughtsperson David Ford . senior special effects technician Alex Freeman . special effects trainee James Gemmill .

head special effects scenic artist Vincent Gilbert . special effects engineer Tom Goodman . explosives engineer Joe Halford . special effects technician (as Peggy carter cast Halford) Victoria Hayes . assistant special effects modeller James Hunt . head specil effects scenic artist Mark Hutchinson . snow effects technician Tara Ilsley . special effects junior draughtsperson Garth Inns . special effects crew Clark James . pyrotechnician / special effects technician David Johns . snow effects technician Mike Kelt .

special effects Peggy carter cast Kernot . prosthetics workshop supervisor Stuart Kerr . special effects engineer Yoonkwan Kim . pipeline developer Stuart Leach . special effects modeller Sean Leeson . assistant special effects technician Jason Peggy carter cast . special effects design engineer Matt Lewis . animatronic model designer Joseph Livolsi . pyrotechnician Jem Lovett .

senior special effects technician (as Jeremy Lovett) Mary Mackenzie . special effects draughtsperson Ben Mahoney .

special effects engineer Al Marangoni . special effects technician David Marten . special effects technician Jason McCameron . special effects workshop supervisor Neil McKelvey . assistant special effects technician Martin 'Marty' McLaughlin . snow effects supervisor Dominic Mewburn-Crook . special effects technician Huw Millar . special effects engineer Dickon Mitchell . special effects technician Tim Mitchell .

senior special effects technician Rupert Morency . peggy carter cast effects trainee: second unit Martin Neill . senior special effects technician (as Martin Neil) Stephen Onions .

special effects modeller Jonathan Oram . special effects William Overstall . special effects modeller Melvyn Pearson . senior special effects technician: second unit Charlie Pedersen . special effects technician Anthony Prickett . special effects modeller Simon Quinn . special effects technician: second unit Susie Redfern . silicone painter/finisher (as Susie O'Sullivan) Delroy Reid peggy carter cast.

snow effects technician (as Del Reid) Mark Roberts . senior special effects technician Luke Rutter . special effects assistant Andy Simm .

animatronic designer Daniel Simon . lead vehicle designer Nigel Sinclair . special effects technician James Smith . snow effects coordinator Karol Stachowicz . assistant special effects technician Sandra Stewart . special effects technician Dominic Tuohy .

senior special effects technician Kenneth Van Order . special effects technician Mark Vanstone . prop maker Paul Waller . special effects modeller Anthony Wass . special effects engineer Daniel Williams . special effects technician (as Dan Williams) David Williams . special effects wireman (as Dave Williams) Victoria Williams .

special effects technician Andrew Williamson . special effects concept artist Gareth Wingrove . special effects floor supervisor: second unit Ian Wingrove . senior special effects technician: second unit Lee Winter .

senior special effects technician Sophie Worley . special effects art department assistant Thomas Zell . special effects technician David 'Pinkie' Thomas . snow effects technician (uncredited) Joe White . special effects (uncredited) Daniel Yates . special effects technician (uncredited) Visual Effects by Beverly Abbott . visual effects coordinator Kiyoshi Abe . visual effects artist: Double Negative Ludwiq Adaza Jr. . matchmover: Double Negative Ben Aghdami .

visual effects production assistant Alicia Aguilera . compositor: Double Negative Dalia Al-Husseini . technical director: Double Negative (as Dalia Alhusseini) Johann Albrecht . production assistant: Trixter Film Steve Alegria . rotoscope artist Mohamed Ali . rotoscope artist: The Base Studio Nikolas Orion Alixopulos .

rotoscope artist: The Base Studio Casey Allen . vfx technical supervisor Michael James Allen . compositor: Double Negative (as Michael Allen) Craig Allison . digital systems manager Yoav Allon . roto artist Holli Alvarado . flame artist Anuj Anand . lighting technical director: Framestore Kris Anderson . digital compositor Kanika Andrew . roto/prep artist: Double Negative Edward Andrews . compositor: Double Negative Dwight Angelito . senior stereoscopic compositor Malcolm Angell .

visual effects production manager: FuelVFX Jonathan Angelo . peggy carter cast developer: Stereo D Yoichiro Aoki . stereoscopic lead: Stereo D Daphne Apellanes-Ackerson . digital compositor: Matte World Digital Roger Apolinar . rotoscope artist: The Base Studio Erick Aragon . rotoscope artist Yasunobu Arahori . visual effects artist: Double Negative Spencer Armajo .

flame artist Aitor Arroyo . digital artist: The Senate VFX Alyson Asami . rotoscope artist: The Base Studio Stewart Ash . animator: Double Negative / visual effects: Double Negative Oliver Atherton . roto/prep supervisor: Double Negative Kate Auld .

digital compositor: Fuel VFX David Aulds . compositor: Double Negative James Austin . technical director: Double Negative Thomas Baber . CG supervisor Paul Peggy carter cast. Baccam . stereoscopic artist Eric Bachtiar . studio data assistant Christian Bahr . effects artist: RISE Peggy carter cast Effects Studios Kenneth Bailey . stereoscopic depth artist Mike Bain . cg lead: Fuel VFX Maggie Balaco . roto artist: stereoscopic conversion Rv Balaji .

visual effects artist Daniel Baldwin . technical director: Double Negative Kristopher Baldwin . stereo compositor Scott Balkcom . digital compositor Jarret Ballard . stereoscopic rotoscope artist Zeljko Barcan .

effects technical director / lead fx artist: Double Negative K.C. Barnes . stereoscopic lead: Stereo D Adam Barnett . technical support Craig Barron .

visual effects supervisor: Matte World Digital Dan Bartolucci . flame artist: Lola VFX Jason Bath . visual effects executive producer: Fuel VFX Nicolas Beaufays . compositor: Double Negative Pete Bebb . cg supervisor: Double Negative Mary Beh . rotoscope artist: The Base Studio Dila Beksac . rotoscope artist: The Base Studio Jo Ann Cordero Belen . compositor: Double Negative (as Jo Belen) James Benson . cg sequence supervisor: Double Negative Brian N.

Bentley . stereo depth artist Niki Bern . digital compositor Gloria Bernabeu . digital artist: The Senate VFX John Berri . visual effects editor Maxime Besner . stereoscopic compositor Aaron D. Beyer . stereoscopic artist Ashley Beyer-Whitaker . visual effects artist (as Ashley Whitaker) Jarnail Bhachu . digital compositor: Framestore Dil Bhakar . visual effects artist: Double Negative Sumriti Bhogal . visual effects production manager: Whiskytree Luke Bigley .

compositor: Double Negative Sabina Bihlmaier . compositor: Double Negative Davina Bilow . 3d depth and senior stereoscopic roto artist Dudley Birch . matte painter Brad Blackbourn . stereo supervisor Taylor Blete . rotoscope artist: The Base Studio Taylor M. Blete . rotoscope artist: The Base Studio Vincent Blin . flame artist: Lola Visual Effects Stephen A. Bloch . post visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Douglas Bloom .

cg supervisor Marten Blumen . visual effects artist David Bobichon . digital compositor: Trixter Film Mike Bodkin . stereo executive producer: Stereo D Fabrizia Bonaventura . matchmover: Double Negative Philip Borg . 3D artist: The Senate VFX Michael Borhi . senior surfacing artist Bruce Borowy . rotoscope artist James Robert Bosley . stereoscopic artist Micha Boström . generalist td Jonathan Bot . digital compositor: Fuel VFX Guy Botham .

visual effects executive producer: Lola Visual Effects Shane Bouthillier . stereoscopic artist Romain Bouvard . compositor: Double Negative Chris Bowers . previsualization artist Alex Boyle . visual effects production assistant: Stereo D Joseph Boyle .

visual effects editorial: Double Negative (as Joe Boyle) Kirstin Bradfield . digital compositor: Evil Eye Pictures James Braid . technology: Double Negative Jennifer Brand . cyber scanning technician: 4DMax Louise Brand . head of operations: 4DMax Daniel Breiman .

roto artist Bertrand Breuze . digital compositor nuke: Double negative Milady Bridges . visual effects artist Timmy Broderick . stereo production supervisor: Stereo D (as Timmy Broderick-White) Seth Brower .

compositor: Look FX Kyle Patrick Brown . compositor (stereoscopic conversion) Dan Browne . systems admistrator: Evil Eye Pictures Edward Brugge . roto lead: The Base Studio Laurie Brugger . lead character peggy carter cast Matthew Bullock .

modeller: Double Negative (as Matt Bullock) Charles Bunnag . second digital colorist Lersak Bunupuradah . model/texture artist: Method Studios Nicole Burch .

rotoscope artist: The Base Studio Richard Burnside . visual effects artist: Double Negative Thomas J. Burton . technical director: Double Negative (as Tom Burton) Amirah Busairi . roto artist Henry Bush . pipeline lead: Framestore Astrid Busser-Casas . compositing sequence supervisor: Double Negative Cyntia Büll . compositor Nathaniel Caauwe . roto lead: The Base Studio Carlos Caballero Valdés . compositor: Double Negative (as Carlos Valdes) Christina M. Cabral . rotoscope Nicolas Caillier .

compositor: Double Negative Rommel S. Calderon . visual effects artist: Look FX Marbella Calvillo . finaling lead: Stereo D Caitlin Campbell . stereoscopic artist: Stereo D Alexandre Cancado . lead digital compositor: Luma Pictures Pete Capelluto . peggy carter cast of pipeline Rhodem Regner Capilla .

roto artist (as Rhodem R. Capilla) Jon Capleton . technical director: Double Negative Michael Capton . 3d supervisor Christian Cardona . matte painter Steven Caron . technical director: Whiskytree Ronan Carr .

roto/prep artist: Double Negative Jeremy P. Carroll . stereoscopic artist: StereoD James Carson . lighting technical director / matchmover / technical director: Double Negative Dominic Carus . visual effects artist: Double Negative Jason Casas . rotoscope artist Ryan Castaneda . digital effects Agustín Cavalieri .

compositor: Double Negative Giuliano Cavalli . digital peggy carter cast Joe Ceballos . art director: Whiskytree Joe Censoplano . digital compositor: Luma Pictures Stephane Ceretti .

additional visual effects supervisor: 2nd Unit Elohim Cervantes Tampus . paint lead / senior paint artist Kamelia Chabane . digital compositor Saptarshi Chakraborty . compositor: Double Negative Bimla Chall .

compositor: Double Negative Aleksandar Chalyovski . visual effects artist: Double Negative (as Alexander Chaliovski) Eric K. Chan . compositor: Double Negative (as Eric Chan) Manjoe Chan . matchmove artist: Framestore Shu Yin Chan . rotoscope artist Wayne Chan . roto/prep artist: Double Negative Jeff Chang . stereoscopic roto artist Jerly Chang . matchmover: Double Negative Ray Chang .

digital compositor: Look FX Thom Chang . matchmover: Double Negative Vincent Chang . compositor: Double Negative Blandine Chanteur . lighting technical director Jim Chapman . rotoscope artist: The Senate VFX Uriel Chavez . rotoscope artist: The Base Studio Bryan Chen .

matchmover: Double Negative Xiangdian Chen . matchmover Janson Chew . matchmover: Double Negative (as Yanshang Chew) Mihaela Chifor . production coordinator: Trixter Film Kai Hsin Chin . compositor: Double Negative (as Kaihsin Chin) Kunal Peggy carter cast .

compositor: Double Negative Gerald Chong . rotoscope artist: The Base Studio Julian Chong . roto/prep artist: Double Negative Andy Chopping . cyber scanning technician: 4DMax Bradley Chowning . stereoscopic depth artist: Stereo D Benjamin Chua . visual effects editorial: Double Negative Henry Chua . matchmover: Double Negative Nathaniel Chung .

rotoscope artist: The Base Studio David Cimaglia . roto artist: stereoscopic conversion Alessandro Cioffi . vfx supervisor: Trixter Film Suzanne Cipolletti . post-visualization artist Vincent Cirelli . visual effects supervisor: Luma Pictures Mike Cisneros . stereoscopic roto artist: The Base Studio Patrick Clancey . digital opticals Caleb Clark . stereoscopic compositor Graham D.

Clark . stereographer (as Graham Clark) Jimi Clark . senior stereoscopic compositor Ross Clark . visual effects set production assistant Trent Claus . flame artist Adam Coglan . 3D animator: The Senate VFX Laurence Cohen . rotoscope artist: StereoD Michael Coldewey . executive producer: Trixter Film Jeff Cole . visual effects artist Robert Cole . stereoscopic compositor Sam Cole .

compositing supervisor: Fuel VFX Chad E. Collier . data technician: Method Studios Tanya Collins . visual effects artist Liliana Colombo . stereoscopic depth artist: Stereo D Mary-Margaret Conley . data administrator: Stereo D Brian Conlon . digital compositor Jochen Conradt . effects artist: RISE Visual Effects Studios Paolo Consorti . visual effects artist: Double Negative Dominic Constantine .

rotoscope artist: The Base Studio Ian Copeland . compositor: Double Negative Chris Cornish . cyber scanning technician: 4DMax Tommaso Corona . compositor: Double Negative Andrew Rudy Corpuz . rotoscope peggy carter cast The Base Studio Trea Cotton . stereoscopic depth artist Tom Coull . matchmover: Double Negative Christopher Michael Coupe . matchmove artist: Double Negative Maurice Cox .

stereoscopic artist William J. Cox . visual effects artist: Look FX Craig Crane . lidar scanning consultant: Double Negative Felix Crawshaw . visual effects producer: Fuel VFX Robert Cristino . stereoscopic depth artist Chris Crowell . compositor: Double Negative (as Christopher Crowell) Martin Cutbill .

matchmove artist: The Senate VFX Jason Cutler . digital compositor Sam Cuttriss . technical director: Whiskytree Alistair Darby . technical director: Double Negative Brad Darrow .

stereoscopic depth artist Alexandra Daunt Watney . visual effects producer: Framestore Scott David . compositor: Whiskytree Gentry Davidson . rotoscope artist: The Base Studio / stereoscopic roto artist Rupert Davies . compositor: Double Negative James Davis Jr. .

stereoscopic depth artist Samual Dawes . roto/prep artist: double negative Lucas De La Torre . tv campaign graphics Rachel Pieper Decker . data I/O coordinator (as Rachel Decker) Markus Degen . digital compositor: RISE Visual Effects Studios Carson Del Greco .

rotoscope artist Jorge del Valle . previz artist: Double Negative Val Dela Rosa . senior systems administrator: stereoscopic conversion Dimitri Delacovias . digital matte painter: Double Negative Kevin Delee . digital artist / rotoscope artist: The Base Studio Ruy Delgado .

matchmove artist: Luma Pictures Joel Delle-Vergin . compositor: Double Negative Steve Dellerson . visual effects executive producer: Look FX Brian Delmonico .

compositor: Method Studios David Denley . technical director: Double Negative Fabrice Di Cicco . matchmove artist Darren Ray J. Diaz . roto artist Anna Dickinson . visual effects artist (as A.B. Dickinson) Sebastian Dille . digital compositor: Trixter Film Michael Dillon .

digital intermediate producer Richard Diver . visual effects editorial: Double Negative Gus Djuro . stereoscopic conversion artist Rico Dober . visual effects artist: Double Negative Yoav Dolev . roto/prep artist: Double Negative Sean Dollins . matchmove & layout artist: Fuel VFX Oz Dolphin . matchmove artist: Framestore Rene Dominguez . stereoscopic paint artist Corey Drake . stereoscopic depth artist: Stereo D Miles Drake . data manager: Double Negative Seth Dubieniec .

technical director: Double Negative Mark Duckworth . rotoscope artist: Method Aubrey Dukes . stereoscopic artist: Stereo D David Dunn . compositor: Double Negative Kimberley Dunne . visual effects artist Katherine Durant . digital compositor Gus Duron . digital opticals editor Jon Earnest . stereoscopic production coordinator Colin Ebanks . roto/prep artist: The Senate VFX Perez Eddie . stereoscopic roto artist Gottfried Eder .

stereoscopic artist Andrew Edwards . visual effects artist Michael Bruce Ellis . compositing sequence supervisor: Double Negative (as Mike Ellis) Josh Elmore . model/texture artist: Hydraulx Sebastian Elsner . lead pipeline technical director: RISE Visual Effects Studios Nicholas Elwell .

visual effects coordinator: Hydraulx Nils Engler . previz artist: Trixter Film John Erik Englund . software engineer: Stereo D Mattias Engström . visual effects artist: Double Negative (as Mattias Engstrom) Airyque Ervin . rotoscope artist: The Base Studio Francisco Estrada . digital artist James D.

Etherington . 2d lead: The Senate VFX Anthony C. Evans . rotoscope artist: The Base Studio Bryan T. Evans . matchmove artist Sean Andrew Faden . visual effects supervisor: Method Patrick Falenofoa . visual effects artist Brian Fanska .

stereoscopic compositor Jonathan Fawkner . visual effects supervisor: Framestore Daniele Federico . pipeline td Andy Feery . visual effects artist: Double Negative (as Andrew Feery) Robin Pierce Ferber . stereoscopic conversion artist Patrick Ferguson . compositing supervisor: Method Studios Tito Fernandes . stereo layout artist Via Peggy carter cast . digital artist: The Base Studio / rotoscope artist: The Base Studio Antonella Ferrari .

visual effects line producer: Peggy carter cast Negative Judith Ferrer . stereoscopic compositor Aaron Fetherkile . rotoscope artist: The Base Studio Jerod Finn . stereoscopic roto lead: Stereo D Igor Fiorentini . digital compositor Mohd Firdaus . matchmove artist: Double Negative Kelly Fischer . compositor: Look Effects Johnny Fisk .

stereoscopic production coordinator (Stereo D) Jason Fittipaldi . animator: Luma Pictures Jay Fleming . visual effects artist: Double Negative Andrew Fletcher .

digital artist: The Senate VFX Megan Flood . rotoscope artist / visual effects compositor Juan Flores . digital colorist assistant: Efilm Melissa Flores . rotoscope artist: The Base Studio Chris Flynn . digital compositor Les Foor .

stereoscopic artist David Forsbrey . matchmover: Double Negative Brian Fortune . junior compositor: Luma Pictures Matt Foster . compositor: Double Negative (as Matthew Foster) Julien Fourvel . animator: Double Negative Matt Fox . head of production: Framestore Emily Francione . peggy carter cast artist Andrew Francis . digital colorist: Efilm Andy Fraser .

3D animator: The Senate VFX Jordan Freda . executive producer: The Base Studio Miles Friedman . visual effects coordinator: Lola VFX Mathias Frodin . digital compositor Guiliano Gaitan . digital artist: The Senate VFX Joshua Galbincea . digital artist Attila Gall . digital compositor Stefan Galleithner .

fx td: Trixter Film Valentin Galvan . stereoscopic roto artist Jason Gandhi . r&d Seth Gantman . stereoscopic compositor Giancarlo Ganziano . visual effects editor (as Gian Ganziano) Chris Gardner . visual effects artist Edgar Garrido . roto artist: Stereo D Demitre Garza . digital compositor Philippe Gaulier . concept artist: Double Negative Bryan Gauna . head of technology Joan Gauna . pipeline developer Paul Geffre . associate producer Florian Gellinger .

visual effects supervisor: RISE Visual Effects Studios David Geoghegan . flame artist Daniel Georgiou . matchmove artist: Double Negative / technical director: Double Negative Joel Gerlach . roto/paint: Luma Pictures Storm Gezentsvey . compositor: Double Negative Ahmed Gharraph . visual effects artist: Double Negative Chuck Giarratano . production coordinator: StereoD Jackson Gichuki .

stereoscopic rotoscope artist Andreas Giesen . effects artist: RISE Visual Effects Studios Matthew E. Gill . stereoscopic rotoscope artist: Stereo D Pablo Giménez .

lead fx artist: Double Negative (as Pablo Gimenez) Diana Giorgiutti . stereoscopic producer Jonnie Godfrey . cyber scanning technician: 4DMax Erick Godreau . stereo compositor Clarke Godwin . visual effects artist David Godwin . visual effects artist: Method Studios Katie Godwin . visual effects coordinator: Luma Pictures Michelle Goh . roto/prep artist: Double Negative Sean Goldman . senior stereoscopic compositor Richard Gomes . visual effects artist Lenny Gordon .

tracker: Luma Pictures Holly Gosnell . digital compositor: The Senate VFX Andrew r Grabin . roto artist: Stereo D Cody Graham . stereoscopic artist Gavin Graham . fx supervisor: Double Negative Richard Grandy . pipeline supervisor: Method Studios Anthony Grant .

texture artist: Luma Pictures Vanessa Gratton . cg sequence supervisor: Double Negative (as Vanessa Boyce) Josh Gridley . post-visualization artist Turlo Griffin . digital matte painter: The Senate VFX Steve Griffith . visual effects producer: Luma Pictures George Grigoropoulos . stereoscopic artist Jeff Grigsby . lidar scanning: Gradient Effects David E. Groom . chief operating officer production: stereoscopic conversion Scott Gudahl .

rotoscope artist: The Base Studio Sebastien Guerne . rotoscope artist: The Base Studio Miguel A. Guerrero . modeling supervisor: Hydraulx Emilia Gustafsson . digital compositor Simon Gustafsson . concept artist: Double Negative Jennifer Gutierrez . compositor: Luma Pictures James Guy . technical director: Double Negative Carl Guyenette . rotoscope artist Ebru Gönül . digital compositor: Trixter Film Va Ha .

technical director: Whiskytree Sebastian Haas . pipeline manager: Trixter Film Stephan Haase . digi-double animator: RISE Visual Effects Studios Michael Habenicht . digital compositor: Trixter Film Nick Haines . rotoscope artist: stereoscopic conversion Brian Hajek .

compositor Shramana Haldar . roto artist Lindsay Hallett . director: business development: Luma Pictures Laurent Hamery . shader writer: Double Negative William F. Hamilton .

stereoscopic artist H Haden Hammond . sequence supervisor: Luma Pictures Gene Hammond-Lewis . digital compositor: RISE Visual Effects Studios Josh Handley . stereoscopic conversion artist Chris Haney . pipeline supervisor Scott Hankel .

postvis supervisor Sam Hanover . matchmove artist: Double Negative Pete Hanson . data manager: Double Negative Rachel Faith Hanson . visual effects coordinator Jonathan Harb .

visual effects supervisor/producer: Whiskytree Silke Harbauer . production secretary: Trixter Film Reginald Harber Jr. . stereoscopic artist: Stereo D Aisling Harbert-Phillips . lead stereo artist (as Aisling Harbert) Gareth Harbuz . technical director: Double Negative Monica Harrion .

roto artist: Stereo D Jason Harris . visual effects artist Joey Harris . matchmove supervisor Daniel Hartlehnert . digital compositor: Trixter Film Christoph Hasche . digital compositor: RISE Visual Effects Studios Haji Hassan . roto/prep artist: Double Negative Peggy carter cast Hasse . rigging artist: Trixter Film James Hays III .

rotoscope artist: The Base Studio John R. Hazzard . pipeline technical director: Luma Pictures Lionel Heath . compositor: The Senate VFX / digital artist: The Senate VFX Karsten Hecker . digital imaging engineer Mike F. Hedayati peggy carter cast. stereoscopic peggy carter cast Alex Heffner .

digital artist Aria Heidari . digital compositor: Trixter Film Oliver Heinrich . compositor: Double Negative Sarah Hemsley . visual effects executive producer: The Senate VFX Aeon Henderson .

compositor: Double Negative Ryan Heniser . visual effects artist: Double Negative Brent Hensarling . senior systems administrator: Luma Pictures Marla Neto Henshaw . digital coordinator: Luma Pictures (as Marla Neto) Viktoria Herberts .

compositor: Double Negative Luis Hernandez . cg artist: Matte World Digital Tulio Hernandez . lighting technical director Veronica Hernandez . rotoscope artist: Stereo D Tobias Herrmann . production assistant: Trixter Film Michael Hertstein .

production assistant: Trixter Film Jordan Heskett . visual effects Jan Heusler . compositor: Double Negative Jeremy Hey . compositor: Double Negative Bryan M. Higgins . rotoscope supervisor Richard Higham . visual effects supervisor: The Senate VFX Diana Hinek . compositor Michael Hipp . shading and lighting lead: Trixter Film Warren Hirsch . rotoscope artist: The Base Studio Ryan Hirsh . stereoscopic depth artist Sean Castle Hitchcock .

roto/paint artist Ben Ho . rotoscope artist Tuan Ho . assistant peggy carter cast director Andrew Hogden . compositor Oliver Hohn . digital compositor: RISE Visual Effects Studios Joshua D. Holden . stereo depth artist Erica Hornung . stereoscopic roto artist Renee Howerton . peggy carter cast depth artist: stereoscopic conversion Isabel Howlett . roto/prep artist: The Senate VFX Nicola Hoyle . fx supervisor: Double Negative Pavel Hristov . stereo compositor Diana Huang .

rotoscope artist: Stereo D Jason Hue . technical director: Double Negative Robin Huffer . digital artist: The Senate VFX Ho-Jung Hung .

stereoscopic compositor Katherine Hupp . stereoscopic roto artist Nathan Hurlburt . digital compositor Annemieke Loomis Hutchins . digital matte painter Luan Huynh . systems administrator David Hyde . visual effects artist: Double Negative Gregor Höss . digital compositor: Trixter Film Nicholas Illingworth . effects technical director: Double Negative (as Nik Illingworth) Atsushi Imamura . model/texture artist: Hydraulx Chris Ingersoll .

digital compositor Paul Ingram . matchmove artist Anthony 'Max' Ivins . visual effects supervisor John L. Jack . visual effects exective producer: Evil Eye Pictures Sam Jackson . cyber scanning technician: 4DMax William Jackson .

digital artist Sabine Janetzka . digital compositor: Trixter Film Christopher Jaques . compositor: Double Negative Daniel Jauregui . Flame artist Jason A. Jenkins . rotoscope artist Benjamin Jennrich . digital compositor: Trixter Film Adam Jhani-Stephens . studio assistant Helen Johnson . compositor JoAnna Johnson . stereo depth artist Justin Johnson . digital effects supervisor Phil Johnson .

cg sequence supervisor: Double Negative Christopher Django Johnston . lead matchmove artist: Framestore Scott F. Johnston .

head of software development: StereoD Oliver Johnstone . compositor: Double Negative Jeremy Jones . stereoscopic artist Katherine Renee Jones . stereoscopic compositor (as Katherine Rodtsbrooks) Pete Jopling . compositing sequence supervisor: Double Negative (as Peter Jopling) Corey Just . rotoscope artist Steven Kaelin . stereoscopic artist / stereoscopic compositor Lindsey Kaiser .

stereoscopic production coordinator Georg Kaltenbrunner . visual effects artist: Double Negative Yonghwan Kang . rotoscoper Olya Karnes-Lotterhos . stereoscopic artist Dhas Karthick . visual effects artist Inna Karuskevich . visual effects Gregory Karydis . visual effects artist: technical director Alban Kasikci . digital artist: The Senate VFX Alex Kasten . rotoscope artist: The Base Studio Jon Keene . visual effects coordinator: Framestore Chris Keller .

compositor: Double Negative (as Christoph Keller) Ian Kelly . rotoscope artist John Kelly . matchmove artist: Double Negative Kolby Kember . rotoscope artist Lim Ken . matchmove artist Abbie Kennedy . peggy carter cast Double Negative (as Abbie Smith) Simon D. Kern . stereoscopic artist: Stereo D (as Simon Domingo Kern) Mfaizal Khamis . roto/prep artist: Double Negative Steven Anthony Khoury . technical director: Double Negative (as Steven Khoury) Erin Eunsung Kim . visual effects coordinator: Double Negative Sohee Kim .

roto/paint artist: Evil Eye Pictures Yuko Kimoto . roto/prep artist: Double Negative Naoko Kinoshita . cg artist: Fuel VFX Jordan Kirk . cg sequence supervisor: Double Negative Guido Kirsch . digital compositor: Trixter Film Paul Kirsch . digital compositor John Kitching . digital compositor Terry Klopfenstein . stereoscopic artist Dominik Klotz . rotoscope artist: The Base Studio Aleksander Kocev . visual effects artist Leon Kogan .

digital matte painter Jayzica Kong . roto/prep artist: Double Negative (as Jessica Kong) Cyryl Koshyk . stereoscopic consultant: CineVFX (as Ciril Koshyk) Simone Kraus Townsend . animation supervisor: Trixter Film (as Simone Kraus) Heath Kraynak . compositor: Evil Eye Pictures Max Krichenbauer .

pipeline developer: Trixter Film Jakub Krompolc . rigger: Double Negative Ross Krothe . visual effects technical director: Stereo D Ines Krüger .

digital compositor: Trixter Film Duncan Boon Kwang Kuah . technical director: Double Negative (as Duncan Kuah) Alexey Kuchinski . digital compositor: Trixter Film (as Alexey Kuchinsky) Robert Kuczera .

animator: Trixter Film Sophie Kunitzsch . digital compositor: Trixter Film James Kuroda . digital compositor: Method Studios James Lakin . matchmover: Double Negative Jaymie Lam . compositor: Matte World Digital Terence Lam . technical director: Double Negative Yaocheng Lam . technical director: Double Negative Hayley Lane . painter Erik LaPlant . cg coordinator: hydraulx Gabe LaPoint . stereoscopic artist Timothy Jay Latham . stereoscopic artist: Stereo D (as Tim Latham) Trevor J.

Lawrence . rotoscope artist Daniel Leatherdale . digital compositor: Double Negative / roto/prep artist: Double Negative Claudia Lecaros . visual effects production manager: Fuel VFX Claudia Lechen . digital compositor: Framestore Adrian Lee . visual effects technical director: Double Negative (as Ed Lee) Skeel Lee . technical director: Double Negative Soon Ngee Chris Lee . compositor: Double Negative (as Chris Lee) Sun Lee . senior matte painter: Hydraulx Woei Lee .

compositor: Evil Eye Pictures Simon Leech . digital artist: The Senate VFX Duncan Lees . head of 3D services: 4DMax Erik Lehmann . digi-double animator: RISE Visual Effects Studios Thomas Leimkühler .

digital compositor: Trixter Film Alex Lemke . compositor: Double Negative Peggy carter cast Leo . matchmove artist Max Leonard . visual effects coordinator: Lola Visual Effects Francis Leong . technical director: Double Negative Maxx Wai Peggy carter cast Leong . cg sequence supervisor: Double Negative (as Maxx Leong) Jean-François Leroux . digital compositor: Double Negative May Leung . lead fx artist: Double Negative Votch Levi .

CG supervisor: Whiskytree Dave Levine . flame artist: Lola VFX Mathis Lex . digital compositor: Trixter Film Darryl Li .

visual effects line producer: Double Negative (as Darryl Lee) Michael Ligammare . stereoscopic artist: Stereo D Chew Teng Lim . matchmove artist: Double Negative Ghwang Hyan Lim . rotoscope artist: The Base Studio Sky Lim . compositor: Double Negative Tze Ken Lim . matchmover: Double Negative Young Lim . compositor: Double Negative William Lin Jiahui .

matchmover: Double Negative (as William Lin) Shawn Lipowski . lead digital artist Manuel Llamas . compositor: Double Negative Matthew Lloyd . visual effects coordinator: Marvel Studios Andrew Lockley . 2d supervisor: Double Negative (as Andy Lockley) Owen Longstaff . digital compositor: Fuel VFX Juan David Lopez . stereo peggy carter cast Shawn Lopez .

rotoscope artist Patrick Louie . roto/paint artist: Evil Eye Pictures Natalie Lovatt . visual effects coordinator Leah Low . technical director: Double Negative Sierra Lowe . rotoscope artist: The Base Studio Ariel Loza . cg artist: Rok!t Son Lu . stereoscopic artist Steven Luc . rotoscope artist Thomas Luff . compositor: Double Negative (as Tom Luff) Kenneth Lui . digital effects artist Demis Lyall-Wilson . digital compositor: Fuel VFX Tony Lyons .

roto/paint artist: Luma Pictures Francois Madere . senior vfx artist Jessica Madsen . digital artist: Luma Pictures Raj Mahendran . technical support Damien Mahoney . generalist technical director: Double Negative David Maldonado . stereoscopic artist: Stereo D Sebastian Maldonado . stereoscopic paint artist / stereoscopic roto artist Roy Malhi . effects technical director Brian Malmstrom .

roto lead: The Base Studio Travis Mangaoang . stereoscopic artist Roy Vincent Mann . stereoscopic compositor Sharon Marcussen . compositor: Double Negative Indah Maretha . roto/prep artist: Double Negative Howard Margolius . visual effects artist: Double Negative Lisa Marra . senior visual effects coordinator Lilly Heart Marriott . visual effects artist: Double Negative (as Terry 'Super Mario' Marriott) Gray Marshall .

visual effects supervisor: Look FX Nick Marshall . digital matte painter: Double Negative Tony Martin . stereoscopic artist: Stereo D Raymond Martinez III .

rotoscope artist Damon Martinez . stereo paint artist Ruheene Peggy carter cast . visual effects coordinator Dena Massenburg . rotoscope artist Rie Matsuhara . senior software engineer (as Rie Matsubara) Michael C. May . stereoscopic production manager (as Mike May) Kindra McCall . roto artist: stereoscopic conversion Oliver McCluskey . technical director: Double Negative Megan McCollum . stereoscopic depth artist: Stereo D Don Mccoy . stereoscopic artist: Stereo D Russell McCoy .

stereoscopic lead artist Rob McCurdy . stereoscopic artist: Stereo D Edward McDonough . stereoscopic conversion artist Mare McIntosh . cgi coordinator: Hydraulx VFX Ray McMaster .

visual effects artist Brandon McNaughton . compositing supervisor: Whiskytree Scott McPhate . stereoscopic production assistant Natalie Meffert . digital compositor: RISE Visual Effects Studios Corbin Mehl . compositor Gurel Mehmet . concept artist: Double Negative Vinay Mehta . roto/prep artist: Double Negative (as Vinnie Mehta) Kevin Melia . stereoscopic roto artist Mark Menaker . desktop administrator Cedric Menard . digital matte painter: Double Negative Tim Mendler .

match mover: RISE Visual Effects Studios Carlos Mendoza Jr. . stereoscopic artist: Stereo D Robert Merrow III . rotoscope artist: StereoD Alexandra Michael . visual effects production assistant David Michaels . character technical director Thomas Middleton . compositor: Double Negative Hairol Mikelly .

compositor David Miller III . stereoscopic artist Lizz Miller . depth artist Alexandre Millet . look dev artist: Double Negative Milos Milosevic . compositing sequence supervisor: Double Negative Alice Mitchell . compositor: Double Negative Scott Mitchell . compositor Emma Moffat . visual effects production assistant: Double Negative John Moffett . compositor: Double Negative Peggy carter cast Mohamed . technical director: Double Negative Vikram Mohan .

matchmover: Double Negative Young Joon Mok . digital compositor Daniel Molina . digital compositor Paul Molodowitch .

pipeline technical director: Luma Pictures Juan Pablo Monroy . digital matte painter: Whiskytree Leah Montagnino . visual effects data wrangler: additional photography (as Leah Hardstark) Erick Montano .

stereoscopic artist Christopher Montesano . stereoscopic compositor (as Chris Montesano) Jentzen Mooney . pipepline manager Declan Moran . rotoscope artist Visherryl Morgan . digital artist Dave Morley . visual effects supervisor: Fuel VFX Glenn Morris . roto/paint supervisor Immanuel Morris .

stereoscopic roto artist Amanda Morrison . digital compositor William Morrison . stereoscopic VFX supervisor: Stereo D Bryn Morrow . shot lighting artist Gonzalo Moyano Fernandez . match mover: RISE Visual Effects Studios David Antonin Mucci .

look dev artist: Double Negative (as David Mucci) Julia Mueller-Madaus . digital compositor: Trixter Film (as Julia Müller-Madaus) Thierry Muller . digital compositor: Fuel VFX Norah Mulroney . digital compositor Gautama Murcho . digital compositor and matte painter: Luma Pictures Michael Murphy .

stereoscopic visual effects: Stereo D Scott Musselman . stereoscopic roto artist Christopher Myerchin . Stereoscopic artist Rahul Nagpal . visual effects artist: Double Negative Emmi Nakagawa . stereoscopic artist Farzad 'Fuzz' Namdjoo . stereoscopic artist Masa Narita .

cg modeler: Method Studios Gerardo Navarro . stereoscopic depth artist: Stereo D Pouyan Navid . CG supervisor Dan Neal . cg sequence supervisor: Double Negative Robert Nederhorst . compositor Andreas Nehls . digital compositor: Trixter Film Sue Nelson . compositor: The Base Studio Geng Tong Neo . matchmove artist: Double Negative Nick New . lead fx artist: Double Negative (as Nicholas New) Pete C.

Newbauer . digital rotoscope artist Nick Newberry . matchmove artist Marcelino Newquist . post visualisation artist Shi Hua Ng . matchmover: Double Negative (as Shihua Ng) Stella Hui Sze Ng . matchmover: Double Negative (as Stella Ng) Habib Niazi . matchmover: Double Negative Lukas Niemczyk . visual effects artist: Double Negative Thomas Nittmann . visual effects producer: Lola Visual Effects Mike J.

Nixon . lead fx artist: Double Negative (as Mike Nixon) Charlie Noble . visual effects supervisor: Double Negative Tony Noel . stereoscopic artist Ronnie Noisuwan . rotoscope artist Tristan North . technical director: Double Negative Brian Nugent . flame artist Chris O'Connell . stereoscopic depth artist (as Chris P. O'Connell) Chris Patrick O'Connell .

model/texture artist: Hydraulx Greg O'Connor . digital artist: modeling and peggy carter cast Patricia O'Donnell .

stereoscopic artist Chris O'Mahony . visual effects artist Patrick O'Riley . rotoscope artist: Stereo D Daniel O'Shaughnessy .

rotoscope artist Timothy P. O'Shea . production executive: The Base Studio Rodney O'Sullivan . systems administrator Simon Ohler . lead cg artist: RISE Visual Effects Studios Pawel Olas . technical director Robert Olsson .

matte painter Choonjuan Ong . roto/prep artist: Double Negative Joshua Ong . matte painting supervisor: Whiskytree Cyrus Ongg . matchmover: Double Negative Jonathan Opgenhaffen . vfx conceptual artist Elaine Ormes . matchmover: Double Negative Sam Osborne . digital compositor Raphael Oseguera .

rotoscope artist Lucie Ostrer . visual effects coordinator: Double Negative Jared Otake . compositor / stereoscopic depth artist Gruff Owen . compositing sequence supervisor: Double Negative Graham Page . compositing sequence supervisor: Double Negative Guo Kun Pan . render support: framestore Bryan Pantages . rotoscope artist Hendrik Panz . effects artist: RISE Visual Effects Studios Nicholas Papworth . animator: Double Negative / technical director: Double Negative Bruno Parenti .

digital compositor Adam Parker . prep artist: Framestore Clark Parkhurst . flame artist Dean Parks . visual effects artist Aaron Parry . executive producer: Stereo D Jale Parsons . roto/paint artist Ritchie Pasiliao . rotoscope artist Anthony Passaniti . depth artist/camera peggy carter cast Stereo D Deluxe LLC Daniel Pastore . technical director: Double Negative Keyur Patel . visual effects artist Jennifer L. Patrick . stereoscopic compositor Demetrios Patsiaris .

stereoscopic roto artist Daniel Paulsson . technical director: Double Negative Enrik Pavdeja . compositor: Double Negative Christopher Payne . vfx editorial assistant: Double Negative Javier Paz . stereo production coordinator Emily Pearce . visual effects coordinator: Double Negative John Peck . digital compositor Cheewei Peh . roto/prep artist: Double Negative Lyndsey Pendley . stereoscopic rotoscope artist Dylan Penhale .

chief technology officer: Fuel VFX Michael Perdew . visual effects coordinator: Luma Pictures Daniel Perez . depth artist Eddie Perez .

stereo roto Josh Peterson . stereoscopic roto artist Sean Pfeiffer . roto artist: Lola VFX Roland Pfisterer . digital compositor: Trixter Film Hieu Phan .

roto/paint artist: Luma Pictures Nizhen Phang . matchmove artist David Jeffrey Phillips . stereo lead David Philogene . stereoscopic roto artist Phets Phonasa . depth artist / roto artist Ezra Pike .

stereoscopic artist Nereyda Pimentel . rotoscope artist: The Base Studio Raphael A. Pimentel . animation supervisor: Luma Pictures Charles Pina . pipeline td: The Base Studio James Pina . compositing supervisor: The Base Studio / stereoscopic roto supervisor: The Base Studio Adrian Pinder .

technical director: Double Negative Robert Pinnow . visual effects producer: RISE Visual Effects Studios Domi Piturro . supervisor 3D modeling and scanning: Icon Imaging Cody Poag . stereoscopic depth artist Rick Poley . production coordinator: Trixter Film Staci Pontius . visual effects assistant editor Lee Chan Popo .

prep artist Justin Porter . technical coordinator: Luma Pictures Rupert Porter . visual effects producer: Double Negative Travis Porter . compositor: Double Negative Malachi Pound . production supervisor Pavel Pranevsky . cg supervisor: Luma Pictures Jeremy Preissner . it coordinator: Stereo D Scott Pritchard . compositing sequence supervisor: Double Negartive Aled Prosser .

compositor: Double Negative Howard Protheroe . digital compositor: Framestore Derek N. Prusak . stereoscopic editorial coordinator: Stereo D Xinyi Puah .

visual effects editor: Double Negative Michael Pugh . rotoscope artist Sonny Pye . compositor: Double Negative Toni Pykäläniemi . rotoscoper: RISE Visual Effects Studios Simon Pynn . matchmove supervisor: Double Negative Ryan J. Quinlan . digital compositor Juan Carlos Quintana . stereoscopic compositor Chris Radcliffe . senior modeler/texture artist Bill Radtke . stereoscopic production coordinator Orash Rahnema .

technical director: Double Negative Gaurav Singh Rajput . roto artist Marco Ramirez . stereoscopic roto artist: The Base Studio Mark Ramirez . stereoscopic roto artist Edward Randolph . visual effects line producer: The Senate VFX Adrian Ratley . visual effects data wrangler Justin Ray . stereoscopic artist Chua Raymond . matchmover: Double Negative (as Raymond Chua) Satya Reddy . compositor Hanna Reduto .

stereoscopic compositor: Stereo D Sam Reed . roto/prep artist: Double Negative Sarah Reese-Edwards . stereoscopic lead Daniel Reeves . data manager: The Senate VFX Colin Reeves-Fortney . rotoscope artist: The Base Studio William Reges . rotoscope artist: Stereo D Jon Reid . roto/prep artist: The Senate VFX Pedro Luis Reyes . depth artist Aaron Rhodes . visual effects editor: Evil Eye Pictures Nathan Rich . network administrator: Luma Pictures Leroy Riche . stereoscopic conversion artist Kurtis Richmond peggy carter cast.

matte painting supervisor Chad Ridgeway . rotoscope artist: The Base Studio Nicolas Rigaud . compositor: Double Negative Simone Riginelli . digital compositor Bjarni Robert Bragason . digital compositor: Framestore Richard Roberts .

compositor: Double Negative Wesley Roberts . compositor: Double Negative Scott Robertson . roto/prep artist: The Senate VFX / visual effects artist Arturo Rodriguez . rotoscope artist / stereoscopic depth artist Luis Amaury Rodriguez . camera tracker Arron Roebuck .

matchmove artist Austin Ronald . roto/prep artist: Double Negative Antonio J. Rosario . rotoscope artist Zachary J. Rose . production artist Daniel P. Rosen . visual effects supervisor: Evil Eye Pictures Brogan Ross . visual effects artist Shaun Roth . visual effects artist: Double Negative Felix Rothballer . IT manager: Trixter Film Jean-Marc Rulier .

cyber scanning technician: 4DMax Nathan Rusch . junior pipeline td: Luma Pictures Sophie Russell . visual effects production assistant: Double Negative Timothy Russell . peggy carter cast Double Negative Migs Rustia . visual effects editor: LOOK Effects, Inc.

Karol Rytelewski . rotoscope artist Johannes Saam . CG lead: Fuel VFX Matt Sadler . matchmove supervisor: Double Negative Krystal Sae Eua . model/texture artist: Hydraulx Martin Saechsinger . previz artist: Trixter Film Marcos Saenz . stereoscopic roto artist Brian Salcedo . rotoscope artist: The Base Studio Rhys Salcombe .

technical director: Double Negative Juan Ignacio Salgado . digital compositor: Fuel VFX Matthew Salisbury . matchmover: Double Negative Joe Sambora . visual effects Theodore M. Sandifer .

stereoscopic artist Eric Sanford . stereoscopic compositor Udhaya Sankar . visual effects artist: Double Negative Oliver R. Santana . roto artist Oliver Ricardo Santana .

visual effects artist Kosta Saric . visual effects editor Davis Saunders . stereoscopic lead (as Davis Scott Porter Saunders) Evan Saunders . stereoscopic lead Benjamin Scabell . stereoscopic conversion lead: Trixter Film Nico Scapel . head of rigging: framestore Anya Scarpa . visual effects artist: Double Negative Adam Schardein . producer: StereoD Alfredo Schecker III . roto artist Katrin Schmid . senior effects pipeline developer: Fuel VFX Eduardo 'Lalo' Schmidek .

previz artist: Double Negative (as Eduardo Schmidek) Markus Schneider . compositor: Double Negative Christian Schnellhammer . fx td: Trixter Film Andrew Schnieder . rotoscope artist: The Base Studio Niel Schorfield . digital compositor: Trixter Film Chad Schott . compositor: Double Negative Daniel Schrepf . stereoscopic roto lead David Schrijn . rotoscope artist: The Base Studio Jameson Schultz . stereoscopic lead artist: Stereo D Patrick Schultz . senior stereoscopic compositor Oliver Schulz .

effects artist: RISE Visual Effects Studios Brian Schumacher . stereo lead Alexander Schumann . digi-double animator: RISE Visual Effects Studios Sam Schwier . technical director: Double Negative Marko Schöbel . technical director: Double Negative (as Marko Schobel) Kino Scialabba . lead concept designer: Legion Entertainment Jonathan Scion . rotoscope artist: The Base Studio Denis Scolan .

senior compositor: Fuel VFX Abigail Scollay . senior compositor: Double Negative Raymond R. Scott Jr. . rotoscope artist Paul Scott . compositor: Double Negative Kathy Seigel . additional visual effects supervisor John Seru . technical director: Double Negative Wesley Sewell . stereoscopic supervisor Colette Shackleford . matchmover: Double Negative Aatesh Shah . systems engineer: Framestore Cameron Sharp . visual effects editor: Fuel VFX Phillip M. Shaw . rotoscope artist: The Base Studio Nathan Sheldrick .

machmove artist: Fuel VFX William Sherak . stereo executive producer (Stereo D) Payam Shohadai . executive visual effects supervisor: Luma Pictures Eric Sibley . stereoscopic compositor Jan Sichermann . pipeline developer: Trixter Film Olivier Sicot . technical director: Double Negative Adnan Siddique . stereoscopic roto artist Aniela Sidorska . compositor: The Base Studio Kathy Siegel . visual effects supervisor: additional photography, Los Angeles Joey Sila .

digital compositor: Luma Pictures Marcus Silvera . stereoscopic depth artist Jared Simeth . digital compositor: Luma Pictures Mike Simons . digital artist: The Senate VFX Ian Simpson . compositing sequence supervisor: Double Negative Keith D. Simpson . stereoscopic roto lead: The Base Studio Anthony Sipsas . rotoscope artist Thanapoom Siripopungul . lead character technical director: Luma Pictures Gabriel Sitjas . digital compositor: The Senate VFX Richard Skelton .

matchmove & layout artist: Fuel VFX Lim Sky . compositor: Double Negative Brian Smallwood . compositor Corey Smith . stereoscopic artist Jessica Clare Smith . compositor: Double Negative (as Jessica Smith) Eva Snyder . digital compositor: Method Studios Mukul Soman . compositor: The Base Studio / matte artist: digital painter Mark G.

Soper . visual effects producer Eddie Soria . digital artist: The Base Studio Ryan Soule . rotoscope artist: The Base Studio Sam Spacey . visual effects producer: The Senate VFX (as Samantha Spacey) Doug Spilatro .

visual effects Anthony Stadler . visual effects artist: The Senate VFX Sean Stambolyan . stereoscopic compositor Christian Stanzel . digital compositor: Trixter Film Paul Stemmer . visual effects editor Colby Jene Stencel . stereoscopic artist: Stereo D Andrea R.

Stephens . production coordinator: Deluxe Nickolas Stevens . stereoscopic supervisor Penn Stevens . creature fx td: Framestore / lighting td: Framestore G. Allen Stewart . stereoscopic conversion artist Robert Stipp .

visual effects artist: Double Negative Joshua Stirling . roto artist Bernard Stock . camera hod/layout: fuel vfx Nicholas Stocker .

roto artist Jan Stoltz . stereo conversion supervisor: Trixter Film Maria Stroka . vfx production manager Robert Strong . rotoscope artist Mary Stroumpouli . roto/prep artist: Double Negative Allison Sturdy . stereoscopic depth artist Thomas Stölzle . shading and lighting artist: Trixter Film Aline Sudbrack .

visual effects artist: Double Negative Matthew Suggett . rotoscope artist: The Base Studio Ben Sumner . digital compositor Yanti Suryati . matchmover: Double Negative Richard Sutherland . cg supervisor: Luma Pictures Steven Swanson .

visual effects supervising producer: Luma Pictures Jeremiah Sweeney . flame artist: Lola VFX Sonny Sy . technical director: Double Negative Thomas Sydnor . rotoscope artist: The Base Studio Brian Taber . stereoscopic consultant Ronald Tacsion .

rotoscope artist: The Base Studio Andre Taft . post-visualization artist Martin Tallosy . digital compositor: Trixter Film Raymond Tan . roto/prep artist: Double Negative Chris Tay . roto/prep artist: Double Negative Roy Tay . compositor: Double Negative Britton Taylor . digital compositor: Matte World Digital Bryan Taylor . stereoscopic artist John Michael Temple Jr. . stereoscopic compositor: Stereo D Beau Teora . visual effects artist Mike Terpstra .

compositor Damien Thaller . concept artist Kaya Thomas . main title designer Melinka Thompson-Godoy . visual effects producer: Look FX Rick Thomson . data manager Adam Thornberry . rotoscope artist Joe Thornley . lead fx artist: Double Negative Mark Tica . roto/prep artist: Double Negative Eric Timm . rotoscope artist Dan Tindell . vfx previsualization artist Alexander Tirasongkran . matchmove artist Kim Tobin .

compositing sequence supervisor: Double Negative (as Kim Worrall) Marie Tollec . visual effects artist: Double Negative Chris Tomkins . 3D support Madeleine Tomlin . stereoscopic rotoscope artist James Tomlinson . technical director: Double Negative Shigeharu Tomotoshi .

visual effects Shahin Toosi . compositor: Double Negative Oscar Tornincasa . compositor: Double Negative Peggy carter cast Torres . stereoscopic artist Christopher Townsend . production visual effects supervisor Samantha Tracey . visual effects coordinator: Double Negative Tuong-Van Tran . digital effects artist Mark Victor Trappett . render wrangler Ryan Trenhaile . digital compositor Ryan Trippensee . digital compositor: Luma Pictures John Trotter .

visual effects artist Oleg Troy . technical director: Double Negative Ervin Tuazon . stereoscopic roto artist: Stereo D Melanie Rose Tucker .

stereo compositor / stereo roto Barry R. Tuttle . visual effects coordinator: The Base Studio Lisa Dawn Tynes . rotoscope artist (as Lisa Dawn Rogolsky) Yuki Uehara . flame artist Jen Underdahl . visual effects production manager Ron Underdahl . visual effects production assistant Chris Ung . digital effects artist: Double Negative Lee Urbina . production assistant: The Base Studio Arthur Vail III .

senior stereoscopic artist Tom van Dop . digital compositor: The Senate VFX Gerard Van Ommen Kloeke . character rigging supervisor Jonathan Vaughn . visual effects Randy Vellacott . digital compositor: Fuel VFX Jeanette Vera . rotoscope artist: The Base Studio Noah Vice . cg supervisor: Evil Eye Pictures Helga Victoria . matchmover: Double Negative (as Helga Yeo) Michael J. Viera . stereoscopic compositor Heather Vollstedt . rotoscope artist (as David Vollstedt) Carlo Volpati . visual effects artist: Double Negative Eva von Overheidt .

compositor: Double Negative (as Eva Matthes) Sebastian von Overheidt . compositor: Double Negative Kustaa Vuori . fx artist: Trixter Film Victor Wagner . visual effects artist Aaron Walker . visual effects production assistant Maria Walker . 3D coordinator: The Senate VFX Tim Walker .

sequence lead compositor: Fuel VFX Martin Walters . lead 3D artist: The Senate VFX Mengdi Wang . lighting technical director Martin Waters . digital artist: The Senate VFX Rebecca Waters . cg sequence supervisor: Double Negative (as Becky Graham) James Waterson .

digital compositor: Luma Pictures Emma Webb . Lead stereo artist Candice Weber . rotoscope artist: The Base Studio Joe Wehmeyer . visual effects data wrangler: additional photography Vivian Wei .

compositor: Method Studios Caroline Weidenhiller . digital compositor: Trixter Film Philipp Welle . digital compositor: Trixter Film Chris Wells . visual effects Glenn Wells . matchmove artist Cliff Welsh . flame compositor Nick Wesley . stereoscopic artist Pete Wheelan . rotoscope artist: Matte World Digital Sean Whelan . visual effects artist: Double Negative Faith Whitehead . stereo depth artist Tom Whitehead .

technical director: Double Negative Kenneth H. Wiatrak . stereo artist Georg Wieland . vfx producer: Trixter Film Robert Wiesman . visual effects camera operator Amber Wilkins . visual effects artist: Double Negative Amielia Williams . visual effects coordinator: Double Negative (as Amie Cox) Edson Williams .

visual effects supervisor: Lola Visual Effects Corrina Wilson . visual effects artist Jay Wilson . stereoscopic compositor Johnny Wilson . compositor Mark Phillip Wilson . stereoscopic conversion: StereoD Ned Wilson . compositor Virginia Wilson . visual effects coordinator Doug Winder .

digital matte painter: The Senate VFX Rob Woiwod . visual effects editor: Framestore Alex Wolfe . stereoscopic compositor Jesse Wolfe . stereoscopic artist Jamie Wong .

digital artist: The Senate VFX Leong Kit Wong . matchmover: Double Negative / roto/prep artist: Double Negative Mengci Wong . technical director: Double Negative Patrick Woo . technical director: Double Negative Graham Wood .

matchmove artist Mike Woodhead . visual effects data wrangler Alison Wortman . cg sequence supervisor: Double Negative Joe Tsung-Yu Wu . cg modeler: Fuel VFX Peter M.

Wu . stereoscopic roto artist: Stereo D, LLC. Yuji Yagasaki . 3d artist: Lola vfx Yoshiya Yamada . visual effects: Lola vfx Marvin Yanez . stereoscopic roto lead Cheng Yang . matchmover: Double Negative (as Yang Chen) Trevor Young .

compositing sequence supervisor: Double Negative Anton Yri . digital artist: The Senate VFX Sonia Yu . lighter: Luma Pictures Susumu Yukuhiro . matte painting supervisor: Whiskytree Cleve Yilun Zhu . compositor: Double Negative (as Cleve Zhu) Alfred Zhuo . paint and roto Dominik Zimmerle .

digital matte peggy carter cast Trixter Film Andrew Zink . lighter: Luma Pictures George Zwier . compositing sequence supervisor: Double Negative Joel Aguilar . prep artist: Double Negative (uncredited) Adam Avitabile . flame artist (uncredited) Robert E. Barnes . concept sculptor: Matte World Digital (uncredited) William Beaton . post production coordinator (uncredited) Ian Blewitt . stereoscopic compositor (uncredited) Erin Collins Butler .

visual effects producer (uncredited) Bruce Cardozo . scanning and recording: EFilm (uncredited) Kathy Carlston . matchmove artist (uncredited) Max Jin Yaw Chan .

matchmove artist: Double Negative (uncredited) Sanchari Chowdhury-Kesler . visual effects coordinator (uncredited) Michal Finegold . lighting technical director (uncredited) Rocco Gioffre . matte artist (uncredited) Jim Gorman . compositor (uncredited) Éric Hamel . digital matte artist: Whiskytree (uncredited) Guy Hauldren .

3d scanning (uncredited) Alex Holcombe . i/o operator: Fuel VFX (uncredited) Michael Honrada . roto artist: Matte World Digital (uncredited) Steve Jaworski . co-visual effects supervisor: Evil Eye Pictures (uncredited) Jon Leif Julsrud . visual effects compositor (uncredited) Dave Kelly . Chief Operating Officer: Fuel VFX (uncredited) Hong Kim . stereoscopic compositor: Stereo D (uncredited) Jeff Koh . paint & roto artist (uncredited) Ewa Laursen .

rotoscope artist: Double Negative (uncredited) Alex Lay . digital compositor (uncredited) Taz Lodder . technology support manager: Double Negative (uncredited) Jan Maroske . visual effects: Double Negative (uncredited) Lorenzo Mastrobuono .

stereoscopic roto lead: Stereo D (uncredited) Thomas Mathai . data manager (uncredited) Christophe Meslin . head of systems (uncredited) Sebastian Ness . matchmove artist (uncredited) Eddie Offermann . software developer (uncredited) / visual effects color (uncredited) Adam Paschke . head of 2d: Singapore (uncredited) Andre Rivera . stereoscopic roto artist (uncredited) Fredrik Rönnvall . systems administrator: Double Negative (uncredited) Toshihiro Sakamaki .

modeler: Method Studios (uncredited) Rohit Sardesai . visual effects coordinator (uncredited) Romain Bivar Segurado . digital modeller: Framestore (uncredited) Tom Stanton . tracking: Method Studios (uncredited) Michael Thingnes .

paint/prep artist: Double Negative (uncredited) Jacky Toh . roto artist (uncredited) Joseph Towe . digital artist (uncredited) Kat Tysoe . studio: double negative (uncredited) Nick van Diem . technical support: Double Negative (uncredited) Vanessa Velasquez .

Technology: Double Negative (uncredited) Diana Wang . roto artist: Double Negative (uncredited) Paul Warren . skinny steve rogers vfx double (uncredited) M. Alexander Weller . matte painter: Matte World Digital (uncredited) Stephanie Whitmarsh . matchmove artist: Double Negative (uncredited) Carly Wilson . visual effects coordinator: Method Studios (uncredited) David Wu .

visual effects artist (uncredited) Stunts Jerry T. Adams . utility stunts: Los Angeles Joey Anaya . utility stunts: Los Angeles Gary Arthurs . stunt double: tommy lee jones Brian Avery . utility stunts: Los Angeles Rick Avery .

utility stunts: Los Angeles Daniel Awde . running double: Captain America Craig Baxley Jr. . utility stunts: Los Angeles (as Craig Baxley) Freddy Bouciegues .

utility stunts: Los Angeles Joey Box . utility stunts: Los Angeles Scott Brady . stunts Nick Brett . utility peggy carter cast Los Angeles Dan Peggy carter cast . utility stunts: Los Angeles Rico Burgos . utility stunts: Los Angeles Michael Byrch . stunt double: Early Steve Rogers Keith Campbell .

utility stunts: Los Angeles Alex Chansky . utility stunts: Los Angeles Nick Chopping . stunts Jeff Chumas . utility stunts: Los Angeles Doug Coleman .

stunt coordinator: Los Angeles Eliza Coleman . utility stunts: Los Angeles Whitney Coleman . utility stunts: Los Angeles Craig Conaway . utility stunts: Los Angeles Tim Connolly .

utility stunts: Los Angeles Rob Cooper . stunts Brycen Counts . utility stunts: Los Angeles David Cronnelly . stunts (as Dave Cronnelly) Graeme Crowther . stunts Clay Cullen . utility stunts: Los Angeles Paul Darnell . utility stunts: Los Angeles Eddie Davenport . utility stunts: Los Angeles Darrell Davis .

utility stunts: Los Angeles Steve DeCastro . utility stunts: Los Angeles Greg Dela Riva . utility stunts: Los Angeles (as Greg De La Riva) Kelly Dent . stunt double: Peggy (as Kelly J. Dent) Steve Dent . stunt coordinator Will Dent . stunt trainee (as William Dent) Kevin Derr . utility stunts: Los Angeles Thomas Dewier . utility stunts: Los Angeles (as Thomas Deweir) Ben Dimmock .

stunts Samson Eaton . stunts James Embree . stunts Rick English . stunt double: Hugo Weaving Richard Epper . utility stunts: Los Angeles Charlie Estepp . stunts Corey Michael Eubanks . utility stunts: Los Angeles (as Corey Eubanks) Timothy Eulich . utility stunts: Los Angeles Bradley Farmer .

stunts Freddie Joe Farnsworth . stunts Dane Farwell . utility stunts: Los Angeles Stephane Feruch peggy carter cast. stunts Jeremy Fitzgerald . utility stunts: Los Angeles Colin Follenweider . utility stunts: Los Angeles (as Colin Folenweider) Pete Ford . stunts Jeremy Fry . utility stunts: Los Angeles David Garrick . stunts Andy Godbold . stunt double: harley bike, Captain America Allan Graf .

utility stunts: Los Angeles Derek Graf . utility stunts: Los Angeles David R. Grant . stunts (as David Grant) Jimmy Green . stunts Jef Groff . utility stunts: Los Angeles Jeff Habberstad . utility stunts: Los Angeles Trevor Habberstad .

utility stunts: Los Angeles Tom Hallahan . stunt performer Paul Hanks . stunt double: harley bike, Captain America Bobby Holland Hanton . stunts Adam Hart . stunt double: Captain America, Los Angeles Nick Hobbs . stunts Richard Holmes . stunts David Hugghins . utility stunts: Los Angeles Rob Hunt .

stunts Rob Inch . additional stunt coordinator Rowley Irlam . assistant stunt coordinator / stunt coordinator: second unit Terry Jackson . utility stunts: Los Angeles Tim James . utility stunts: Los Angeles (as Tim J. White) Rob Jarman . stunts Brett A. Jones . utility stunts: Los Angeles (as Brett Jones) Gary Kane .

stunts Baz Karbouris . stunts Jess King . utility stunts: Los Angeles Gary Kingsman . stunt performer Mike Lambert . stunt double: Captain America Thomas J. Larsen . stunts Richard F Law . stunt rigger (as Richard Law) Master Lee . stunt performer Maurice Lee . stunts Stephanie Lelievre . stunts Julian Lightwing . stunts Kurt D. Lott .

utility stunts: Los Angeles (as Kurt Lott) Tony Lucken . stunts Holly Lumsden . stunts Brian Machleit . assistant stunt coordinator: Los Angeles Chris Manger .

stunt rigger Rick Marcus . peggy carter cast stunts: Los Angeles Rob Mars . utility stunts: Los Angeles Kai Martin . stunts Kim McGarrity . stunts Michael McGuire . utility stunts: Los Angeles (as Mike G. McGuire) Nick McKinless . stunt performer (uncredited) Jo McLaren . stunts Lee Millham . stunt double: Dum Dum Dugan / stunt driver: Kruger / stunts David M.

Morizot . utility stunts: Los Angeles (as David Morizot) Mark Mottram . stunt double / stunts Mike Mukatis . utility stunts: Los Angeles Chris Newton . stunt rigger Ray Nicholas . stunts Brian Nickels . stunts James O'Donnell . stunts (as Jimmy O'Dee) Carrick O'Quinn . utility stunts: Los Angeles Chris Palermo . utility stunts: Los Angeles Peter Pedrero .

stunt double: stanley tucci Bean Peel . stunts Eric Petch . stunts Jan Petrina . stunt double: Captain America Andrew L Phillips . peggy carter cast actor Norb Phillips . utility stunts: Los Angeles (as Norbert Phillips) Andy Pilgrim . stunts (as Andrew Pilgrim) Chris Pollard . stunts Arran Powley . stunts Dominic Preece .

stunts Gregg Preston . utility stunts: Los Angeles Charles Ramsay . stunts Justin Riemer . utility stunts: Los Angeles (as Justin Reimer) Curtis Rivers . stunts Allen Robinson . utility stunts: Los Angeles Tom Rodgers .

stunts Brady Romberg . utility stunts: Los Angeles Peggy carter cast Rowland . stunts Matthew Sampson . stunt department supervisor Todd Schneider . stunts Ray Siegle . utility stunts: Los Angeles (as Ray Siegel) Brian Simpson . utility stunts: Los Angeles Mark Slaughter .

stunts Andy Smart . stunts (as Andy J. Smart) Tony Smart . stunts C.C. Smiff . fight coordinator (as CC Smiff) Erik Stabenau . utility stunts: Los Angeles Matthew Stirling . stunt performer Ryan Stuart . stunts Dan Styles . special action performer Mens-Sana Tamakloe .

stunts Roy Taylor . stunts Arran Peggy carter cast . stunts Pete Turner . utility stunts: Los Angeles Tony Van Silva . stunts Mark Vanselow . utility stunts: Los Angeles Daniel Vernan . stunt actor Rudolf Vrba . assistant fight coordinator (as Ruda Vrba) Mark Aaron Wagner .

utility stunts: Los Angeles (as Mark Wagner) Damien Walters . stunts Vincent Wang . stunts Dan Whitby . stunts Pete White . stunts Martin Wilde . stunts Donna Williams . stunts (as Donna C. Williams) Jeff Wolfe . utility stunts: Los Angeles Leonard Woodcock peggy carter cast. head stunt rigger (as Leonard 'Lenny' Woodcock) Keith Woulard . utility stunts: Los Angeles Ben Wright . stunt double: Captain America / utility stunts: Los Angeles Merritt Yohnka . utility stunts: Los Angeles Marcus Young .

fight coordinator: Los Angeles Steen Young . stunts Heather Arthur . utility stunts: Los Angeles (uncredited) Dean Barlage . stunt performer (uncredited) Nick Brett . stunt rigging coordinator: Los Angeles (uncredited) Paul Bucossi .

stunt driver (uncredited) Peter Bucossi . stunt coordinator: additional photography (uncredited) Mike Burke peggy carter cast. stunt driver (uncredited) Jonathan Cohen . stunt performer (uncredited) Paul Davies . stunts (uncredited) Darrell Davis . stunts (uncredited) Ross Donnelly . stunt actor (uncredited) Levan Doran . stunt performer (uncredited) Oliver Gough . stunt performer (uncredited) David S. Lomax . utility stunts (uncredited) Ben Mahoney .

stunt rigger (uncredited) Ed McDermott II . precision driver (uncredited) Rory Mulroe . stunts (uncredited) David Newton . stunt double (uncredited) Christopher Place . stunts (uncredited) Justin Price . stunt performer (uncredited) Scotty Richards . precision driving coordinator (uncredited) Kevin Rogers . stunt driver (uncredited) Matt Sherren .

stunt performer (uncredited) Marlow Warrington-Mattei . stunt performer (uncredited) Camera and Electrical Department Arnold Adams . thermal infrared camera (as Arn Adams) Amy Alarian . rigging electric Joe Alexander . second assistant camera: second unit Susie Allnutt . still photographer: second unit Jonathan Ames . video playback assistant John Antill . electrician Dave Armstrong .

grip: dailies (as David Armstrong) / grip: splinter unit (as David Armstrong) Kenneth Atherfold . key grip: second unit (as Kenny Aterfold) Benny Bailey .

camera production assistant: splinter unit Darren Bailey . grips libra technician Simon Baker . lighting programmer: rigging Jacob Barrie . second assistant camera: main unit Adrian Barry . grip trainee Brian Bartolini . gaffer: second unit Alexander Bayne . assistant camera Jesse Beaird . grip John Betancourt . tech George Bird . electrician Rogan Brown . trainee grip Tom Brown . chargehand electrician (as Thomas Brown) David Bruce .

rigging electrician Jamie Bruce . electrician Robbie Bryant . camera trainee: dailies Julian Bucknall . focus puller: "a" camera, main unit Joe Buxton . libra technician Michael Buxton . libra head technician: second unit (as Michael 'Joe' Buxton) Luke Cairns . second assistant camera: second unit Aldo Camilleri . lighting technician Richard L. Carden . dolly grip Tony Cardenas . electrical rigger Alex Carr . digital imaging technician: b unit, second unit Mario Casarez . grip Pete Cavaciuti . camera operator: "b" camera (as Peter Cavaciuti) / steadicam operator (as Peter Cavaciuti) Sean Connor .

additional focus puller: second unit Damian Cooper . lighting technician: second unit - dailies Ryan Copeland . set lighting technician Richard Copeman . second assistant camera: second unit Steve Costello . gaffer: second unit Charley Cox . electrician Pat Crawford . electrician Ricky Davies .

generator operator (as Ricky Davis) Steven Davies . electrical rigger Tim Dean . libra head technician Louie DeMarco . first assistant camera: "b" camera, Los Angeles Jess Doxey . camera trainee: dailies Graham Driscoll . rigging desk operator Paul Duffy . electrician Billy Dunn . electrician Lorcan Dunne .

grip Aaron Dunning . electrician Kevin Edland . best boy electric Andy Edridge . grip: second unit Harry Elvin . crane/head technician dailies Martin Elvin . crane technician: dailies Jeremy Emerman . epk Remi Epron . aerial pilot & technician Mark 'Rocky' Evans . chargehand electrician (as Mark 'Giffer' Evans) Warren Evans . chargehand electrician Mike Farr .

electrician John Fell . electrical rigger Stephen Fell . electrical rigger Gavin Fernandez . second assistant camera: "a" camera, New York Francesco Ferrari . second assistant camera: second unit Peter Field . camera operator: second unit Anna Fleischmann . camera trainee: dailies Dean Foard . lighting technician: second unit James Foreman . electrician Steve Foster . electrician: second unit Max Frankston . hd video assist Phoebe Fraser .

second assistant camera: dailies Gary Fredrickson . set lighting technician Danny Gagatt . digital imaging technician: dailies Billy Gamble . electrician: second unit Dan Gamble . camera trainee: second unit Harry Gamble . grip trainee: second unit John Gamble . focus puller: second unit Jamie Garside . lighting technician Darren Gatrell . electrician Joel Glass . practical electrician Lee Godfrey . second unit grip Joseph Graham . key rigging grip Sheila Greene . rigging electrician: re-shoots Matthew Hall .

practical electrician Will Handley . wescam technician Ian Harding . electrician / rigging electrician Kent Harvey . b camera operator: additional photography (re-shoots) James Hatridge . assistant chief lighting technician: re-shoots Harlon Haveland . electrician Colin Hazell . crane head technician Sam Hazell . grip: Daily Crane Tech Brett Heicher . rigging electrician: Post Credit Scene John Higgins . chief lighting technician Tommy Holman .

central loader: main unit Andy Hopkins . grip: second unit Darren Howton . practical electrician Lewis Hume . second assistant camera: "a" camera, main unit Carl Hutton . electrician: second unit Gary Hymns . key grip Paul Hymns . a camera dolly grip Mauriece Jacks Jr.

. additional video assist Allan Scott Jackson . rigging best boy: VFX Jean-Baptiste Jay . camera operator: Ultimate Arm, second unit Mikey Jechort . electrician Sacha Jones . clapper loader: "b" camera John Jordan . focus puller: "b" camera Aaron Keating . lighting technician Colin Kelly . second assistant camera: additional photography Russell Kennedy . clapper loader: second unit Sandra Kier . ultimate arm driver Benjamin Kilmer . grip Mike King . rigging electrician (as Michael-Daniel-King) David Knox .

additional camera operator Wayne Leach . rigging gaffer David Leite . grip: splinter unit, Los Angeles Mark Looker . stand-by electrical rigger Susan MacDonald .

second assistant camera: dailies Jay Maidment . still photographer Peggy carter cast Marsden . digital imaging technician: second unit Thomas P. Marshall . lighting technician (re-shoots) Michael Martino . first assistant camera: "a" camera, Los Angeles John Marzano . aerial director of photography Stephen Mathie . console operator Chris McAleese .

dts operator: second unit Genki McClure . lighting technician Danny McGee . practical electrician (as Daniel McGee) James McGee .

practical electrician Joe McGee . h.o.d. practical electrician Malcolm McGilchrist peggy carter cast. grip: "b" camera Brian Mcgivern . electrician David McGrory . electrician Kenny Monger . practical electrician (as Kenneth Monger) Rob Monger . practical electrician (as Robert Monger) Dean Morrish . clapper loader: second unit Dave Moss . electrician (as David Moss) Jeff Muhlstock . camera operator: "a" camera, New York / steadicam operator: New York Tony Muller .

second assistant: second unit Neil Munro . lighting technician Spencer Murray . focus puller: second unit Charlie Muspratt . electrical rigger (as Charles Muspratt) Ken Musson . grip: second unit Michael Nelson . ultimate arm operator Gary Nolan . electrician Christopher R. Nunn . additional digital imaging technician: second unit Annabelle Nutt . gaffer Bernard O'Brien .

rigging electrician (as Bernard O'Brian) Dennis O'Connell . rigging electrician Timothy O'Connell . electrician Russell O'Connor . crane technician Tom O'Sullivan . electrician Travis Panozzo . splinter unit lighting technician: additional photography Scott Parker . electrician Dino Parks . director of photography: splinter unit, Los Angeles Kelly Paul . electrician James Perry .

additional second assistant camera: second unit George Peters . camera operator Brendon Phillips . gaffer Jack Powell . electrician: dailies Russell Prosser . supervising electrical rigger Christopher L Reay . camera dept runner Benoit Richard . additional lighting console programmer David Richert . camera operator (second unit) Dan Riffel . gaffer: USA Raul Riveros . digital imaging technician: second unit Terry Robb .

electrician: second unit Dean A. Ross . electrician Bernhard Rostoski . additional electrician Tony Rowland . grip Thomas Royal . rigging spark Sol Saihati . lighting technician Chris Salamone . grip Aaron Schulte . electrician Jim Shelton . key grip Stuart Sheppard . daily electrician Andy Siddall . lighting console operator: second unit (as Andrew Siddall) David Sinfield . electrician Ian Sinfield . electrician Jeffrey Skinner .

electrical rigger Gary Smith . best boy grip (as Gary 'Gizza' Smith) Mario Spanna . libra head technician Paul Stewart . best boy: second unit Chris Stones . electrician Adam Sudtell . grip Jon Sudtell . best boy grip Ben Suter . electrician Ryan Taggart . dts operator Peter Talbot . director of photography: splinter unit Mark Thomas . stand-by rigger: second unit Henry Tirl . camera operator: "a" camera, Los Angeles / steadicam operator: Los Angeles James Wade . video assist: second unit Jack Warrender .

video playback operator: second unit Jon Webb . first assistant camera Peter Welch . digital imaging technician: second unit Rachel Wells .

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rigging electrician Matthew West . video trainee Des Whelan . camera operator: "a" camera Zoe Whittaker . video playback operator Paul Wilcox .

Rigging Desk Op Terry Williams . camera grip Marc Wolff . camera pilot Tim Wooster . camera operator: second unit Clayton Young .

ultimate arm operator Kevin Zanit . phantom technician Marc Atherfold . first assistant camera: second unit (uncredited) Pete Romano . underwater cinematographer (uncredited) Ian Speed . libra technician (uncredited) Jonathan Taylor .

director of photography: second unit (uncredited) Glyn Williams . first assistant camera: aerial unit: second unit (uncredited) Animation Department Nicholas Avallone . animator Brian Berringer . matte painter T.J. Burke . animator Adam Coglan . animator Norris Houk . titles artist Casting Department Darren Baba . extras casting assistant Tyler Fahringer . background casting: Los Angeles Benedikt Gehrlein .

extras casting Ronen Gevint . background casting: NY Barbara Harris . adr voice casting Lauren Herrel . casting Tony Hobbs . background casting: Los Angeles unit Tamara Hunter . peggy carter cast associate: US Karen Maxwell . casting assistant: UK (as Peggy carter cast Goddard) Travis Otsuji . extras casting Leslie-Ann Reale . casting associate: US Philip Walton .

casting assistant Costume and Wardrobe Department Jennifer Alford . costume maker Terry Anderson . assistant costume designer Charlotte-Rose Armstrong . principal costumer (as Charlotte Kay) Clare Banet . costumer Fiona Barty . costume modeller Joel Belsham . costume sculptor Elisabet Berggren . costume maker trainee Michael Bevis . costume gangsman Jane Bogunovic . costume maker Phillip Boutte Jr. . key costume illustrator Leighton Bowers .

assistant costume designer Kaniez Braganza . textile artist Max Brennan . costume production assistant Robert Bye . costume maker Mauricio Carneiro . costume breakdown artist Ann Cartwright . costume maker Yan Fen Chen . costume maker Graham Churchyard . costume special effects supervisor Miranda Clarke . costume buyer Tracey Cliffe . costume daily Jane Clive . assistant costume designer Paul Colford . costumer Lorraine Cooksley .

costume maker Christian Cordella . costume illustrator Gaia Cozzi . costumer Ken Crouch . costume supervisor (as Kenny Crouch) Saffron Cullane . costume maker Liz Dann . principal costumer (as Elizabeth Dann) Russell Dauterman .

costume illustrator Nina De Palma . costumer Lucy Denny . cutter Sallyann Dicksee . costume maker (as Sally Ann Dicksee) Holly Dobson . costume maker trainee Emily Dominguez . costumer Marianne Elgaard-Bendtsen .

costume maker trainee Berel-Anne Evans . costume breakdown artist (as Berel-Anne Cohen) Terry Facer . costumer Salvatore Forino . costume maker Birgitta Fredlund . costume special effects coordinator Lily Gibbs . costume breakdown trainee Philip Goldsworthy . principal costumer Jane Gooday . costume buyer Morgan Hall . costume assistant Edward T. Hanley . set costumer: reshoots Dougie Hawkes . costumer Joe Hobbs .

peggy carter cast costume designer: military Mark Holmes . wardrobe master Peter Hornbuckle . stunts costumer Sarah Humphrey . costume cutter Sophie Hutton . costume production assistant Matthew Jerome . costumer Harriet Johnson . costume maker Michael Jones . milliner Amber Jordyn . costumer Peggy carter cast Keyte . costume maker trainee Kate Laver .

costumer Jane Law . costumes Wei Liang . costume cutter (as Wei Qiang Liang) Rachel Lilley . costume assistant Aimee Lisby . costumer Cavita Luchmun . costume maker Joanna Lynch . costumer (as Joanna Campbell) Susan MacKenzie . principal costume maker and cutter Whitaker Malem . suit modeller (as Keir Malem) Gillian Martin .

costume maker Ryan Meinerding . suit developer: Captain America Catriona Meridew . costume modeller (as Catriona MacCann) Maja Meschede . assistant costume designer Vonnie Meyrick-Brook . costume maker Day Murch . specialty costumer Bryony Myers . costume trainee Chris Newlander . costumer Caroline Nicholls-Weston .

costume breakdown artist (as Caroline Nicholls) Cian O'Broin . costume storeman Gary Page . costume cutter Vicente Parada . costumer: Los Angeles Kevin Pratten-Stone . costumer (as Kevin Pratten) Emma Rees . costumer Christina Rex .

costume maker Sarah Robinson . costume coordinator Ben Rodgers . costume production assistant Naomi Rush . costume breakdown artist Tom Sanderson . costumer Maria Scarey . costume maker: daily (as Maria Carey) Margarethe Schmoll . costume maker Timothy Shanahan . chief costume breakdown artist (as Tim Shanahan) Debbie Smith . costume researcher Reese Spensley . set costumer June Peggy carter cast . costume assistant Frances Sweeney . costume cutter Richard Sweryda .

costume breakdown artist Sarah Tapscott . costume: daily Sarah Tiffin . costume buyer (as Sarah Higbid) Sadie Tilbury . costume breakdown artist Chan Chi Wan .

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costume maker Darrell Warner . costume illustrator Patrick Whitaker . suit modeller Kate Williams . costume breakdown artist Lex Wood . costumer Damon Wridgway .

costume gangsman: dailies Nigel Boyd . los angeles additional scenes (uncredited) Naomi Critcher . jewellery maker (uncredited) Caroline Darrieux . costumer (uncredited) Rachel Freire . costume props (uncredited) Kevin Giles . costume prop modeller (uncredited) Guy Hauldren . 3d scanning (uncredited) Editorial Department Milton Adamou . stereoscopic post supervisor Andrew Buckland . additional first assistant editor Thomas Calderon . first assistant editor (as Thomas Calderón) Carolina Cedres .

editorial production assistant David Cowles . stereoscopic iq artist Danielle Daly . senior post-production coordinator Tom Davis . second assistant editor: UK Scott Douglas . iq assist Derek Drouin . assistant editor Peter S. Elliot . additional editor (as Peter Elliot) Greg Emerson . stereoscopic iq artist Ben Estrada . colorist: dailies Shaun Paul Gordon . post-production coordinator (as Shaun Gordon) Peter Gvozdas . 3d editor Jude Jensen . researcher (as Jude Jansen) Ken Lebre .

dailies producer Toby Lloyd . second assistant editor: UK (as Tobias Lloyd) Emma McCleave . first assistant editor: UK Michael McCusker . additional editor Christopher McDonald . dailies operator Eric Osmond . 3d editor Kiran Pallegadda . first assistant editor Jason E. Paul . post-production assistant (as Jason Paul) Chris Regan . film color timer Michael Rostker . assistant editor Christopher Rucinski .

second assistant editor Steven J. Scott . supervising digital colorist Tim Sellon . assistant digital intermediate producer Will Snow . data wrangler Nolan Southerland . post-production assistant Matt Sweat . apprentice editor (as Matthew Sweat) Lisa Tutunjian . digital intermediate editor Jason Corgan Brown . digital asset manager (uncredited) Jenny King .

assistant editor (uncredited) Nathaniel Lee Voelker . qc coordinator (uncredited) Location Management Jason Allen . location assistant Tyson Bidner . location manager: New York Finlay Bradbury . location manager: 2nd unit (as Finlay Pile) Duncan Broadfoot .

location unit manager Rob Campbell-Bell . assistant location manager Tom Crooke . location peggy carter cast Tim Davies . assistant location manager: Wales Piers Dunn .

location scout Nick Fulton . location manager: Liverpool Jodie Gregory . assistant studio unit manager: Longcross Ali James . location manager Mark O'Hanlon . assistant location manager: Liverpool Emma Pill . supervising location manager Jason Roberts . location manager Mandy Sharpe . location assistant David Taylor . key location assistant Dan Beal .

key assistant location manager: Los Angeles (uncredited) Lauren Broderick . location runner (uncredited) Chris Cloud . location assistant: New York (uncredited) Frank Covino . assistant location manager: New York (uncredited) Dean Crawford . location marshall (uncredited) Paul Desira .

location marshall (uncredited) Rachael Dudley . location marshall (uncredited) John Fairfield . location runner (uncredited) Scott Ferlisi . location scout: New York (uncredited) Emily Goble . location marshall (uncredited) Chris Hankey . location marshall (uncredited) Leon Harris . location marshall (uncredited) Callum Harrison . location marshall (uncredited) Ronald M.

Haynes . key assistant location manager: Los Angeles (uncredited) Andrew Henstock . location marshall (uncredited) Alexandra Jordan . location assistant (uncredited) James Lin . location scout (uncredited) Philip Lobban .

location scout (uncredited) Scott Allen Logan . location manager: Los Angeles (uncredited) David Mearns . location marshall (uncredited) Dean Glyn Morris . location marshall (uncredited) Duncan Muggoch . location scout (uncredited) Stuart Nicolai . assistant location manager: New York (uncredited) Mouine Omari . location marshall (uncredited) Wes Rashid .

locations peggy carter cast (uncredited) Andy Reeve . location marshall (uncredited) Kelly Sillery . location marshall (uncredited) Scott Trimble . key assistant location manager: Los Angeles (uncredited) / location scout: Los Angeles (uncredited) Music Department Chris Barrett . score recordist James Bellamy . music editor: USO show, UK Christine Bergren . music legal and clearances Mark Berrow . musician: violin Doug Besterman .

orchestrator: "Star Spangled Man" / song arranger: "Star Spangled Man" Biraj Bhattarai . musician: Background Music David Bifano . scoring coordinator Richard Bissill . musician: French horn Thomas Bowes . orchestra leader Tom Brown .

music preparation Jo Buckley . assistant orchestra contractor Nicholas Bucknall . musician: clarinet Andrew Crowley . musician: trumpet Fiona Cruickshank . assistant recording engineer John Peggy carter cast . music supervisor: USO show, UK Martin Erskine . song arranger: "Star Spangled Man" Lindsay Fellows .

scoring consultant James Findlay . scoring production assistant Mark Graham . orchestrator Rebekah Johnson . music coordinator (as Rebekah Touma) Dave Jordan .

music supervisor Michael Kosarin . conductor: "Star Spangled Man" / song arranger: "Star Spangled Man" / vocal arranger: "Star Spangled Man" Mitchell Leib . executive in charge of soundtracks Steve Mair . musician: double bass Barbara McDermott . music editor Dave Metzger . orchestrator Victor Pesavento . music preparation Tom Pigott Smith .

musician: violin Joe E. Rand . supervising music editor Douglas Romayne . score mock-ups Marni Sanders . copyist Dennis S. Sands . music mixer (as Dennis Sands) / music recordist (as Dennis Sands) Naomi Sato . music preparation Alan Silvestri . conductor / orchestrator Peter Snipp .

singer Jamie Talbot . tenor saxophone John Ashton Thomas . orchestrator Steve Trowell . singer Allen Walley . musician: double bass Jonathan Williams .

musician: cello Warren Peggy carter cast . musician: violin Rachel Bolt . musician: viola (uncredited) Roy Campanella III . Sound Design: Trailer Music (uncredited) William Ross . orchestrator (uncredited) Steven L. Smith . music preparation (uncredited) Bruce White . musician: viola (uncredited) Script and Continuity Department Julia Chiavetta . assistant script supervisor Sharon Mansfield .

script supervisor: second unit Lisa Vick . script supervisor Joss Whedon . script doctor (uncredited) Transportation Department Paul Allen . driver John Atkins . driver David Atkinson . senior action vehicle technician Dawn Ballou . driver Rachel Barker . transportation assistant Bryan Baverstock . transportation coordinator Terry Beford . driver Kari Bernhardt . transpo office-D.O.T.

James Betteridge . driver Paul 'Popeye' Bone . action vehicle technician Dave Bruyea . driver Darren Burgess . 4x4 Driver (Uncredited) Dominic Cadiou . driver Bruce Callahan . transportation Jimmy Carruthers . driver Ian Clarke . action vehicle coordinator David Conelli . Tracking Shot Car Mark Cutler . minibus driver Mickey Davie . on-set action vehicle coordinator (as Michael Davie) William M. DeLuca .

transportation Peter Devlin . action vehicle supervisor Carlo Ferrari . airplane pilot Kevin Fisher . action vehicle technician Willie Fonfe . driver Barry Green . driver Matt Grove . action vehicle technician Henry Gumble . driver Ergun Halil . unit driver Richard Holmes . Transport Supplier Richard Holmes . transport supplier Kevin Hora . driver Chris Howard . transportation Derek Hughes . driver Daniel Jarman . driver Darren Jones .

driver Alex King . assistant action vehicle coordinator Russell King . driver Miki Kozma . driver Joel Larson . transportation Stephen Lawrence . driver David Lewis . driver Kieran Linehan . driver Terry Mack peggy carter cast. transportation Roger Mann . senior vehicle technician Paul Mason . action vehicle technician Bob McGovern . driver Carl McGreevy . driver Konrad Mikos . driver Steve Mitchard .

driver Jim Molloy . driver John Morris . driver Bruce Neighbour . driver Ron M Neil . driver David Nemar peggy carter cast. action vehicle technician (as David Newar) David O'Connor . driver Mark Oxley . driver Janek Piner . action vehicle technician / picture vehicle technician Julian Piner . action vehicle technician Adam Pinkstaff . transportation Steve Pirolli . driver Brian Pitches . driver Tony Power . driver (as Anthony Power) Ken Price . driver: camera truck Gary Proctor .

driver Derek Raser . transportation Steve Rehnsi . action vehicle technician Phil Richman . transportation facilities supervisor Richard Searle . driver Keith Skates . driver John Smith . driver Brian Stackhouse . driver Ian Stanley . driver Sean Thornton . picture vehicle assistant coordinator Tony Wadsworth . driver Rowan Wallbank . acton vehicle technician Ian Westwell . driver Michael White .

driver Carl Whitehouse . driver Carlos Williams . transportation John Willis . driver Lee Wilson . driver Vic Wynne . driver (as Vick Wynne) Neville Young . driver Additional Crew Connor Abrams . post production intern Jeanette Agaronoff . assistant: cast Sophie Aitken . catering manager Clare Aldington . assistant: Mr.

Broussard H. Leah Amir . key craft service: Los Angeles Caridad Angus . stand-in: Hayley Atwell Marlene Arvan . assistant production manager: additional photography Alexis Auditore . physical asset coordinator Matt Barry . craft manager: second unit Kevin Baulcomb . production assistant: second unit Dave Bean . photo double: Stanley Tucci Michael Beatrice .

reshoot second assistant accountant Rosie Bedford-Stradling . construction nurse: Longcross Cressa Maeve Beer . production assistant (as Christopher Michael Beer) Mitchell Bell . physical production executive: Marvel Studios (as Mitch Bell) Brian Michael Bendis .

creative committee: Marvel Studios Ashley Berlanga . production assistant: reshoots Brittney Berlanga . production assistant Chris Blakeman . production assistant Mark Blaydes . Set Medic Daniel Blewett . production assistant Matthew Bovington . accounting peggy carter cast Beau Brasseaux . Marketing & Publicity Manager Emma Brazier .

assistant accountant Anita Brooks . production assistant: dayplaying Danny B. Brown . asset assistant (as Danny Brown) Emma Brown .

construction nurse: Longcross Mitchell Brown . chef Tracy Browne . first assistant accountant: additional photography Dan Buckley . creative committee: Marvel Studios Billy Budd . military advisor Julie Burnham . unit nurse: second unit Yara Caubet . production secretary: additional photography, New York Claire Chandou . first assistant accountant: US Ciarron Clarkson . set production assistant Kit Conners .

additional production assistant: Los Angeles Daniel-Konrad Cooper . assistant: Mr. Jones Maria Corbould . production assistant (as Maria Pudlowska) Celine Coulson . set production assistant: dailies Lucy Cover . base production assistant Sam Creed . stand-in Patrick Cullen . assistant military advisor Alexandra Curran . production assistant: New York (as Alexandra C. Curran) James Currie . body double Barry Curtis . security manager John Dalton . health and safety advisor Elmar David .

assets administrator Leander Deeny . double: Steve Rogers Matt Delmanowski . photography coordinator Erika Denton . clearance / script clearance manager: Marvel Studios Kartik Deo . senior it analyst Kay Di Rezze .

assistant accountant Tony Didio Jr. . armorer Kathryn Donovan . unit publicist Jessica Drake . dialect coach Carolyn Duggan . production assistant Judi M. Durand . adr voice Dean Egan . production assistant Charlie Elson . daily crowd production assistant Manrico Erasmi . production assistant Freddie Joe Farnsworth .

technical advisor: military Alan Fine . creative committee: Marvel Studios John Fisher . armorer Mollie Fitzgerald . assistant: Mr. Johnston, US Robert Fletcher . production support Sean Flynn . technology executive: Marvel Studios Chris Fortino . production assistant: Los Angeles Matthew Fortino . set production assistant: additional photography Lucia Foster Found . aerial operations coordinator Martin Frederic . flying cam operator Holly Gardner . crowd production assistant Luc Gavigan .

runner: second unit Itamar Gelbman . language supervisor Christopher Gilbertson . military technical advisor Gaynor Fitzgerald Gould . craft manager David J. Grant . physical production executive: Marvel Studios Nicky Gregory . unit nurse Rob Grosser . security consultant Sarah Hales . catering assistant Pete Haley-Baker . craft chef Chris Hall . security production assistant Ryan Hamelin . production assistant Duncan Hamilton . ice sculptor Jamie Hamilton . ice sculptor Wayne Han .

key production assistant: New York Will Handley . aerial safety coordinator Richard Hannay . health and safety officer Andrew Haynes . office production assistant: New York Madeline Hazeley .

assistant to aaron k. parry Jamie Hetherington . location assistant Jason Horwood . stand-in: Chris Evans Benjamin Hung . finance executive / finance executive: Marvel Studios Andrew Jack . dialect coach Paula Jack . dialect coach Zachary Jarvis . assistant: Mr. Evans Nick Jeffries . supervising armorer Jacob Johnston . visual development coordinator Jamie Jones .

production assistant Nick Jordan . travel coordinator: USA Vince Jordan . catering supervisor Cory Kadamani . set production assistant: new york unit Kaelan Kelly-Sordelet . production assistant Jamie Kemp . craft chef: second unit Nichola Kerr . payroll accountant Kash Kiefer . special photo: soldier David Koll . production assistant: Los Angeles Jason Konopisos-Alvarez .

body double (as Jason Konopisos) Bruce Lamond . software engineer Kevin LaRosa Jr. . helicopter pilot / drone pilot Gabrielle Lasting peggy carter cast. assistant production coordinator: NY Unit / assistant production coordinator: second unit Nick Laurence . additional runner Emma Lillie Lees . photo double: Hayley Atwell/Peggy Carter Jonathan Leonard . assistant: Mr. Evans Feifei Ling . production assistant James Linton . stand-in Flory Litchfield . technical operations executive / technical operations executive: Marvel Studios Bethan Lloyd .

set production assistant: second unit Tamsin Lloyd-James . accounts clerk Sharon Lopez . production coordinator: addditional photography Mike Lord . catering assistant Anthony Lote . production assistant Saul Luzeus . production assistant: New York Peter Mackins . canteen assistant Robert Madden . set production assistant Lee Philip Malin . security assistant Sudeep Mangal . Marketing Bruce Markoe .

post-production executive: Marvel Studios Miranda Marks . production coordinator: second unit Sharon Marshall . catering assistant Gary A. Martin . production assistant Dan Masciarelli . producer: main titles, Rok!t Sean W.

Matthews . office production assistant: New York Becky Maxwell . first assistant accountant Barry May-Leybourne .

health and safety officer Bill McAdams Jr. . stand-in Julie McCoy . production assistant Morgan McDonnell . catering assistant Volney McFarlin . assistant: Mr. Jackson Frankie McGill . catering manager: second unit Randy McGowan . digital assets supervisor: Marvel Studios Cheryl McHugh . first assistant accountant: US / payroll accountant: US Erik McRobbie .

chef David Menkin . accent advisor: Norwegian David Miller . security personnel Elizabeth Miller . security personnel Jodi Miller . marketing executive: Marvel Studios Damian Mitchell . armourer Ciaran Moran .

payroll accountant Doug Moreno . financial controller (as Douglas Moreno) Zoe Morgan Chiswick . additional set production assistant Victoria Morgan . production coordinator Peter Morley . catering manager Christopher Mullen . production assistant Lyndsay Murphy . business affairs coordinator: Marvel Studios Simon Neville .

set armorer Natalie Nicoll . assistant: Ms. Atwell / personal trainer: Ms. Atwell Peggy carter cast Nikjoo . systems administrator Andrew Nordstrum . production assistant Darren O'Connell . set production assistant: second unit Carolyn O'Reilly . production assistant Dan Osborne . armourer R. Ben Parker . set production assistant: additional photography Mitul Patel . security supervisor Kerry Patten . locations production assistant Tim Patterson . assistant production coordinator: additional photography Kate Penlington .

clearance coordinator Charlotte Piddington . assistant: Mr. Gostelow Will Corona Pilgrim . creative research manager: Marvel Studios Ryan Potter . production attorney / production attorney: Marvel Studios Kenneth Pratt . production assistant Dana Precious .

executive in charge of marketing: Marvel Studios Joe Quesada . creative committee: Marvel Studios Oliver Rayner . assistant: Mr. Johnston Charles Redif . production assistant Mike Revell . executive in charge of feature estimating / executive in charge of feature estimating: Marvel Studios Helen Revington .

construction nurse Craig Romans . product placement manager: Marvel Studios Sam Rook . set production assistant (as Samuel Rook) / set production assistant Michael Ross . executive in charge of legal affairs: Marvel Studios Ben Rothwell . on-set armorer Cadi Helene Rowlands . crowd production assistant Tanya Ruby . accounting assistant Jason Rueda . set production assistant Nicole Russo . stand in - natalie dormer Bob Sabouni . executive in charge of promotions: Marvel Studios Chris Scannell .

chef Jonathan Schwartz . assistant: Mr. Feige Judson Scott . assistant: Ms. Alonso Steve Scott . paramedic Francine Segal . dialect coach: adr Dave Shaw .

diving coordinator David Shaw . diving safety supervisor Jeszen Shih . crew manager Matthew Slatoff . security manager Richard Slinn . accounting assistant Susan Spano . photo double Peggy carter cast Stahl .

set production assistant: re-shoots Rob Steffens . executive in charge of finance: Marvel Studios Andy Stephens . aerial operations manager Erin Stern Linares . set production assistant: additional photography (as Erin Stern) Aaron Steven .

production assistant Luke Stevenson . production secretary Jeffrey Stewart . marketing executive: Marvel Studios Del Storey . military stand-in David Tanner . diver Joel Thingvall . researcher Kim Thio . paramedic: construction/rigging Kirollos Toma . production assistant Trinh Tran . assistant: Mr. D'Esposito Tom Treasure . production assistant Sarah Trowse . production accountant Steve Tsentserensky .

production assistant Scott Tunnicliffe . chef: second unit Daniel Villagomez . contract administration manager: Marvel Studios Steve Viola . creative director: Main Titles: Rok!t Fiona Vokes . assistant production coordinator (as Fiona Baldwin) Brenda K.

Wachel . script supervisor: los angeles unit Aaron Walker . production assistant Colin Ware . modeling and texture artist Jacob Wasserman .

co-key set production assistant: New York Simon Waterson . personal trainer James Wells-Hunt . chef Rich Wilkinson . intern Brad Winderbaum . interactive marketing manager: Marvel Studios Marc Wolff .

chief pilot: second unit Mike Woodley . aerial coordinator: second unit Richard Wulf . stand-in (as Richard Manlove) Jean Fen Yu . accounting clerk: additional photography David Zealey . assistant production coordinator Steven Zienka . office production assistant: reshoots Tony Aaron II . stand-in (uncredited) Sian Angharad Anthony peggy carter cast. daily crowd runner (uncredited) Dick Ayers . characters: Jim Morita & Jacques "Frenchie" Dernier (uncredited) Benjamin Benedetti .

post facilities manager (uncredited) Kriss TheDish Brown . on-set internet engineer (uncredited) Liam Byrne . armourer (uncredited) Erica Getler . researcher (uncredited) Thomas Glinkowski . creative executive (uncredited) Otniel Gonzalez . armorer (uncredited) Adam Goodall . armourer (uncredited) Matt Lee Hall . production assistant (uncredited) Ryan Hamelin . additional production assistant (uncredited) Laura Hoyt . set production assistant: splinter unit additional photography (uncredited) Kevin Maguire .

character: Gilmore Hodge (uncredited) Kathy Mattes . production accountant (uncredited) Fabian Nicieza . character: Gilmore Hodge (uncredited) Moira Quirk . adr loop group (uncredited) Quinny Sacks . choreographer (uncredited) Chris Sprister . adr voice (uncredited) Roy Thomas . characters: James Montgomery Falsworth & Jim Morita (uncredited) Joss Whedon . consultant (uncredited) Thanks Ed Brubaker . special thanks Jerry Chandler .

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Warning! SPOILERS for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Peggy Carter's Captain Britain, a.k.a. Captain Carter, makes her live-action debut in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness and her origins have some times with Steve Rogers.

Hayley Carter makes her live-action MCU return after appearing in Avengers: Endgame. This time, however, she plays a slightly different character than what she used to, as she now has her own superhero persona as Captain Carter. Directed by Sam Raimi, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness sees Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) further explore the multiverse.

Set after the events of the Infinity Saga, Doctor Strange 2 also features the debut of America Chavez (Xochitl Gomez) who has a unique power to travel through multiple realities quite easily. This makes her Scarlet Witch's (Elizabeth Olsen) target who is trying to move to a different reality where she can be with her sons.

Related: Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness Ending Explained (In Detail) Thanks to its core story, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness further explored the MCU's burgeoning multiverse. Marvel Studios took advantage of the concept and used the sequel to introduce the franchise's version of the Illuminati. This new team includes Peggy Carter's Captain Britain. Captain Britain's Origins & Powers In Marvel Comics Introduced in the Marvel Comics in 1976, Captain Britain was originally intended to be the British counterpart of Captain America, although his story is significantly different from Steve Rogers in the sense that his powers come from a more mystical source than scientific.

Captain Britain, also known as Brian Braddock, was granted powers by the magician Merlyn and his daughter Roma following a near-fatal accident. Primarily, he functions as the defender of the British Isles and its people, although, he also serves as the defender of Earth-616 as part of the multiversal Captain Britain Corps. Initially, Captain Britain's powers were activated upon rubbing the Amulet of Right which he wore around his neck.

It transforms him from a mere mortal to a super-human with special powers. Eventually, however, his powers which included superhuman strength, durability, heightened reflexes, and the ability to fly, were all infused within him.

More recently, Captain Britain's powers became tied to his emotions. The MCU has long been rumored to bring Captain Britain into the franchise. Avengers: Endgame even name-dropped Braddock which was interpreted as a set-up for his arrival. In this scenario, Peggy has essentially assumed the Captain Britain persona.

Captain Carter's role in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness as a member of the Illuminati mirrors that of Braddock's with the Captain Britain Corps. Where's Captain America In Doctor Strange 2? Why Peggy Got The Serum Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness didn't give any information regarding the origins of Peggy Carter's Peggy carter cast Britain. Given the sheer number of the multiple realities, it's possible that she's from an entirely different reality than where the Illuminati is based.

Marvel Studios has previously introduced this version of Peggy in Marvel's What If.? In the Disney+ animated series, Steve Roger was initially chosen to receive the Super Soldier serum, but following a brief kerfuffle just before he was injected with it, Peggy volunteered to get it instead.

Steve and Peggy, like in the Sacred Timeline, fell in love. Unfortunately, Peggy's final mission mysteriously transported her to MCU circa 2012. In that story, Peggy and Steve remained separated until the end, although What If.? season 2 might reveal that Steve somehow also found his way into the future as teased in the season 1 finale. So far, Captain Carter has only appeared in Marvel's What If.? and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.

Meanwhile, Steve Rogers' Captain America was a staple all throughout the Infinity Saga. Given this, it's difficult to gauge exactly who's more powerful between them. That being said, based on her limited appearances in the MCU thus far, Captain Carter appears to be stronger than Steve’s version of Marvel's Super-Soldier. In What If.? she was able to easily take a whole HYDRA cell down with little to no effort; she also pushed Shuma-Gorath back into its portal, which is no easy feat since it's one of the most powerful mystical creatures in Marvel.

In terms of hand-to-hand combat, Captain Carter also seems more capable when she went up against Batroc in the Disney+ series. In the Sacred Timeline, Steve had a more difficult time with the villain. Despite her brief stint as one peggy carter cast Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness' Illuminati members, Captain Carter held herself quite well against Scarlet Witch.

She ultimately lost, but considering how powerful Wanda is, Peggy put up an admirable fight against her. Key Release Dates • Thor: Love and Thunder (2022)Release date: Jul 08, 2022 • Black Panther: Wakanda Forever/Black Panther 2 (2022)Release date: Nov 11, 2022 • Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania (2023)Release date: Feb 17, 2023 • Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 (2023)Release date: May 05, 2023 • The Marvels/Captain Marvel 2 (2023)Release date: Jul 28, 2023 Accidental movie and TV fan who is perpetually curious, Ana rekindled her love for writing and married it with everything pop culture.

The result is a passionate writer who could ramble (and of course, pen) about films and series multiple hours a day. She has peggy carter cast soft spot for procedurals and old sitcoms (The Golden Girls!) but won't dare watch any horror films although she’s (ironically) dying to see one.

Though a bit late to the party and was an actual Force non-believer, she now finds the Star Wars franchise quite fascinating (fun fact: it was a crazy Jar Jar Binks/Sith theory that drew her in). More From Ana Dumaraog Steve Rogers : There's not gonna be a safe landing, but I can try and force it down. Peggy Carter : I'll-I'll get Howard on the line. He'll know what to do. Steve Rogers : There's not enough time.

This thing's moving too fast and it's heading for New York. I gotta put her in the water. Peggy Carter : Please don't do this. W-we have time. We can work it out. Steve Rogers : Right now I'm in the middle of nowhere.

If I wait any longer a lot of people are gonna die. Peggy, this is my choice. Steve Rogers : [turns the plane toward earth] Peggy. Peggy Carter : I'm here. Steve Rogers : I'm gonna need a rain check on that dance. Peggy Carter : All right. A week next Saturday at The Stork Club. Steve Rogers : You've got it. Peggy Carter : Eight o'clock on the dot.

Don't you dare be late. Understood? Steve Rogers : You know, I still don't know how to dance. Peggy Carter : I'll show you how. Just be there. Steve Rogers : We'll have the band play something slow. [the ship Cap is piloting is about to crash onto an icy land in the Arctic] Steve Rogers : I'd hate to step on your.

[the radio goes to static] Peggy Carter : Steve? Steve? [Colonel Phillips is nearby as a tear drops down Peggy's face] Peggy Carter : Steve? [Colonel Phillips walks off. Peggy is alone, silently sobbing] • Col. Chester Phillips : [looking over the men] You're not REALLY thinking about picking Rogers, are you? Abraham Erskine : I wasn't just THINKING about it. He is a clear choice. Col. Chester Phillips : When you brought a ninety-pound asthmatic onto my army base, I let it slide.

I thought "What the hell, maybe he'd be useful to you like a gerbil." Never thought you'd pick him. Peggy Carter : [to soldiers doing push-ups] UP! Col. Chester Phillips : You put a needle in that kid's arm it's gonna go right through him. Peggy Carter : [to the soldiers doing jumping jacks] Come on, girls! Col. Chester Phillips : [looking at Steve's best effort but belabored execution] Look at that.

He's makin' me cry. Abraham Erskine : I am looking for qualities beyond the physical. Col. Chester Phillips : Do you know how long it took to set up this project? Of all the groveling I had to do in front of Senator What's-his-name's committee? Abraham Erskine : Yes, I'm well aware of your efforts. Col. Chester Phillips : Then throw me a bone. Hodge passed every test we gave him. He's big, he's fast, he obeys orders - he's a soldier. Abraham Erskine : He's a bully. Col. Chester Phillips : You don't peggy carter cast wars with niceness, doctor.

You win wars with guts. [the Colonel pulls the pin of a grenade and throws it among the recruits] Col. Chester Phillips : GRENADE! • Peggy Carter : Gentlemen, I'm Agent Carter. I supervise all operations of this division. Gilmore Hodge : What's with the accent, Queen Victoria? Thought I was signing up for the U.S.

Army. Peggy Carter : What's your name, soldier? Gilmore Hodge : Gilmore Hodge, your Majesty. Peggy Carter : Step forward, Hodge. [Hodge steps forward] Peggy Carter : Put your right foot forward. Gilmore Hodge : Are we dancing? Cause I got a few moves I know you'll like. [Peggy punches him in the face] • Steve Rogers : [after one of Steve's "Captain America" shows] What are you doing here? Peggy Carter : Officially I'm not here at all.

That was quite a performance. Steve Rogers : Yeah, uh. I had to improvise a little bit. The crowds I'm used to are usually more, uh. [Struggles to find a word] Peggy Carter : I understand you're America's new hope. Steve Rogers : Bond sales take a ten percent bump in every state I visit.

Peggy Carter : Is that Senator Brandt I hear? Steve Rogers : At least he's got me doing this. Phillips would have had me stuck in the lab. Peggy Carter : And these are your only two options?

A lab rat or a dancing monkey? You were meant for more than this, you know? [Steve looks like he's about to say something, then closes his mouth] Peggy Carter : What? Steve Rogers : You know for the longest time I dreamed about coming overseas and being on the front lines. Serving my country. I finally get everything I wanted, and I'm wearing tights. • Storyline • Taglines • Plot Summary • Synopsis • Plot Keywords • Parents Guide Did You Know? • Trivia • Goofs • Crazy Credits • Quotes • Alternate Versions • Connections • Soundtracks Photo & Video • Photo Gallery • Trailers and Videos Opinion • Awards • FAQ • User Reviews • User Ratings • External Reviews • Metacritic Reviews TV • TV Schedule Related Items • News • Showtimes • External Sites
• Action • Adventure • Sci-Fi In 1946, Peggy Carter is relegated to secretarial duties in the Strategic Scientific Reserve (SSR).

When Howard Stark is accused of treason, he secretly recruits Peggy to clear his name with. Read all In 1946, Peggy Carter is relegated to secretarial duties in the Strategic Scientific Reserve (SSR). When Howard Stark is accused of treason, he secretly recruits Peggy to clear his name with the help of his butler, Edwin Jarvis. In 1946, Peggy Carter is relegated to secretarial duties in the Strategic Scientific Reserve (SSR).

When Howard Stark is accused of treason, he secretly recruits Peggy to clear his name with the help of his butler, Edwin Jarvis. Have just completed watching the two seasons. Awesome script, acting and period sets and costumes. Great interplay between central charcters Agent Carter and Jarvis as well as other charcters which blend comedy moments and real drama.

The story lines are well conceived and have many nodds to the Marvel Franchaise. Sad that no more seasons were commissined, but these two seasons have been a real treasure for me, whilst I have been in lock down.
Series Directed by Jennifer Getzinger . (2 episodes, 2016) Metin Hüseyin . (2 episodes, 2016) David Platt . (2 episodes, 2016) Lawrence Trilling . (2 episodes, 2016) Craig Zisk . (2 episodes, 2016) Stephen Cragg .

(1 episode, 2015) Louis D'Esposito . (1 episode, 2015) Peter Leto . (1 episode, 2015) Christopher Misiano . (1 episode, 2015) Vincent Misiano . (1 episode, 2015) Joe Russo . (1 episode, 2015) Stephen Williams . (1 episode, 2015) Scott Winant . (1 episode, 2015) Series Writing Credits Jack Kirby . (based on the Marvel comics by) (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Stan Lee . (based on the Marvel comics by) (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Stan Lee . (concept: The Howling Commandos) (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Christopher Markus .

(created by) (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Christopher Markus . (written by) (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Stephen McFeely . (created by) (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Stephen McFeely . (written by) (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Sue Chung . (executive story editor) (10 episodes, 2016) Sue Chung .

(written by) (10 episodes, 2016) Lindsey Allen . (story editor) (8 episodes, 2015-2016) Lindsey Allen . (written by) (8 episodes, 2015-2016) Eric Pearson . (executive story editor) (8 episodes, 2015-2016) Eric Pearson . (written by) (8 episodes, 2015-2016) Eric Pearson . (story editor) (8 episodes, 2015-2016) Tara Butters .

(story by) (3 episodes, 2015-2016) Tara Butters . (teleplay by) (3 episodes, 2015-2016) Tara Butters . (written by) (3 episodes, 2015-2016) Chris Dingess . (story by) (3 episodes, 2015-2016) Chris Dingess . (teleplay by) (3 episodes, 2015-2016) Chris Dingess . (written by) (3 episodes, 2015-2016) Brant Englestein .

(written by) (3 episodes, 2015-2016) Michele Fazekas . (story by) (3 episodes, 2015-2016) Michele Fazekas . (teleplay by) (3 episodes, 2015-2016) Michele Fazekas . (written by) (3 episodes, 2015-2016) Jose Molina . (written by) (2 episodes, 2015-2016) Andi Bushell . (written by) (1 episode, 2015) Brandon Easton .

(written by) (1 episode, 2016) Devin Grayson . ("Red Room" created by) (uncredited) (1 episode, 2015) J.G.

Jones . ("Red Room" created by) (uncredited) (1 episode, 2015) Series Cast Hayley Atwell . Peggy Carter 18 episodes, 2015-2016 James D'Arcy . Edwin Jarvis 18 episodes, 2015-2016 Enver Gjokaj . Daniel Sousa 18 episodes, 2015-2016 Chad Michael Murray . Jack Thompson 14 episodes, 2015-2016 Wynn Everett . Whitney Frost 10 episodes, 2016 Reggie Austin .

Jason Wilkes 10 episodes, 2016 Bridget Regan . Dottie Underwood 10 episodes, 2015-2016 Lesley Boone . Rose / . 9 episodes, 2015-2016 Shea Whigham . Roger Dooley 7 episodes, 2015 Lyndsy Fonseca . Angie Martinelli 7 episodes, 2015-2016 Currie Graham . Calvin Chadwick 7 episodes, 2016 Lotte Verbeek . Ana Jarvis 7 episodes, 2016 Kurtwood Smith . Vernon Masters 7 episodes, 2016 Dominic Cooper . Howard Stark 5 episodes, 2015-2016 Matt Braunger . Dr. Samberly 5 episodes, 2016 Ken Marino .

Joseph Manfredi 5 episodes, 2016 Rey Valentin . Agent Vega 5 episodes, 2016 Alexander Carroll . Agent Yauch 3 episodes, 2015 Ralph Brown . Dr.

Ivchenko 4 episodes, 2015 Ray Wise . Hugh Jones 4 episodes, 2015-2016 Meagen Fay . Miriam Fry 4 episodes, 2015 Kyle Bornheimer . Ray Krzeminski 3 episodes, 2015 Chris Browning . Rufus 3 episodes, 2016 Sarah Bolger . Violet 3 episodes, 2016 Walker Roach . Captain America (Radio Actor) / . 3 episodes, 2015-2016 Tom Choi . Dr. Chung 2 episodes, 2016 James Frain peggy carter cast. Leet Brannis 2 episodes, 2015 Max Brown .

Michael Carter 2 episodes, 2016 James Landry Hébert . Sasha Demidov 2 episodes, 2015 Casey Sander . Thomas Gloucester 2 episodes, 2016 Tina D'Marco . Nonna Manfredi 2 episodes, 2016 James Urbaniak . Miles Van Ert 2 episodes, 2015 Devin Ratray .

Sheldon McFee 2 episodes, 2015 Christopher Allen . Agent Ryan 2 episodes, 2016 Randy Sklar . Director Kenneth 2 episodes, 2016 Patrick Robert Smith . Agent Butch Wallace / . 2 episodes, 2015 Kevin Cotteleer . Alex Doobin 2 episodes, 2015 Erin Torpey . Betty Carver (Radio Actor) 2 episodes, 2015 Ralph Garman .

Radio Announcer 2 episodes, 2015 Chris Coppola . Hank 2 episodes, 2016 Brian Glanney . Agent Ford 2 episodes, 2016 Benita Robledo . Carol 2 episodes, 2015 Kevin Ashworth . Agent Fisher 2 episodes, 2015-2016 Russell Edge .

Agent Blackwell 2 episodes, 2016 Angela Cristantello . Isodyne Receptionist 2 episodes, 2016 Neal McDonough . Dum-Dum Dugan 1 episode, 2015 Leonard Roberts . Happy Sam Sawyer 1 episode, 2015 Glenn Taranto . Detective Prendergast 1 episode, 2015 Sarah Bloom . Loretta Dooley 1 episode, 2015 Samaire Armstrong . Wilma Cully 1 episode, 2016 Jack Conley . Colonel Ernst Mueller 1 episode, 2015 Greg Serano . Agent Rick Ramirez 1 episode, 2015 Pawel Szajda .

Ovechkin 1 episode, 2015 Rick Peters . Dr. Seth Honicky 1 episode, 2015 John Prosky . Walt Cooper 1 episode, 2015 Chris Mulkey . Peggy carter cast Bud 1 episode, 2016 John Balma . Torrance 1 episode, 2016 Toby Jones . Dr. Arnim Zola 1 episode, 2015 Ashley Hinshaw . Colleen O'Brien 1 episode, 2015 Gregory Sporleder .

Otto Mink 1 episode, 2015 Eddie Shin . Agent Mike Li 1 episode, 2015 Sean O'Bryan . Detective Andrew Henry 1 episode, 2016 Christopher Grove . Mr. Edwards 1 episode, 2016 Alex Veadov . Nikola 1 episode, 2015 John Bishop . Frank 1 episode, 2015 DaJuan Johnson . Officer Pike 1 episode, 2015 Steven Hack . Albert 1 episode, 2015 Rob Locke . Surgeon 1 episode, 2015 Damian O'Hare . Nick Driscoll 1 episode, 2016 Kevin Changaris .

Fred, Peggy's Fiance 1 episode, 2016 Arielle Fanelli . Nurse 1 episode, 2016 John Glover . SSR Informant 1 episode, 2015 Stan Lee . Man on Bench 1 episode, 2015 Andre Royo . Spider Raymond 1 episode, 2015 Rob Mars . Jerome Zandow 1 episode, 2015 Travis Johns . Peggy carter cast Corcoran 1 episode, 2015 Dimiter D. Marinov . Fyodor 1 episode, 2015 John Kerry . Mortimer Hayes 1 episode, 2016 Myles Grier . Man 1 episode, 2016 Richard Short . Pinky Pinkerton 1 episode, 2015 Lincoln Melcher .

Emmett Dooley 1 episode, 2015 Don Luce . Mob Boss 1 episode, 2015 Alexandra Vino . Bombshell Secretary 1 episode, 2016 Carl W. Crudup . Frank 1 episode, 2016 Sean Bolger . Guard 2 1 episode, 2016 Hayley McCarthy .

Melody 1 episode, 2016 Tim DeZarn . George 1 episode, 2015 Laura Coover . Molly Bowden 1 episode, 2015 Jared Gertner . Cryptographer 1 episode, 2015 Bill Kalmenson . Senator Webster 1 episode, 2015 Madonna Cacciatore . Ovechkin's Mom 1 episode, 2015 Dave Matos . Pasha 1 episode, 2015 Clayton Norcross . Sheriff 1 episode, 2016 Carole Ruggier . Mrs. Carter 1 episode, 2016 Josh Latzer . Guard 1 episode, 2016 Jimmy Ambrose . Jerry 1 episode, 2016 John Gilbert . Elderly Teller 1 episode, 2016 Alva Loomis .

LAPD Officer 1 episode, 2016 Brock Jones . Orderly 1 episode, 2016 Costa Ronin . Anton Vanko 1 episode, 2015 James Austin Kerr . Junior Juniper 1 episode, 2015 Victoria Peggy carter cast .

Josephine 1 episode, 2015 Lisa Pescherine . Salesclerk 1 episode, 2015 Paul Roache . Building Manager 1 episode, 2015 Hope Lauren . Gorgeous Blonde 1 episode, 2016 Andrew Brian Carter . Ned Silver 1 episode, 2016 Ryan Sturz . Roxxon Guard 1 episode, 2016 Nick Hoffa . Restaurant Owner 1 episode, 2016 Edward Deraney . SSR Agent #1 1 episode, 2016 Kevin Heffernan .

Madison Avenue Guy 1 episode, 2015 Yasmine Aker . Thelma Crawford 1 episode, 2015 Diana Gettinger . Usherette 1 episode, 2015 Veronika Bonell . 10 Year Old Dottie 1 episode, 2015 Christie Herring .

Emily 1 episode, 2015 Sarah Schreiber . Lorraine 1 episode, 2015 Tamika Katon-Donegal . Mabel 1 episode, 2016 Tim Soergel . Paul 1 episode, 2016 Robert Buscemi . Concierge 1 episode, 2016 Malosi Leonard . Goon peggy carter cast episode, 2016 Chris Harrison .

Security Guard Warshauer 1 episode, 2016 Caitlin Carmichael . 10 Year Old Anya 1 episode, 2015 Krista Marie Yu . Edith Oberon 1 episode, 2015 Atticus Todd . Winston 1 episode, 2015 Alex Daniels . Mechanic 1 episode, 2015 Tim True .

Tipsy Guy 1 episode, 2015 Mary-Beth Manning . Woman 1 episode, 2015 Rick Steadman . Automat Customer 1 episode, 2015 Olivia Scott Welch . Teen Agnes Cully 1 episode, 2016 Timothy Thomas Brown .

Snub Nose 1 episode, 2016 Bert Rotundo . Ralph 1 episode, 2016 Chiara Aurelia . 10 Year Old Eva 1 episode, 2015 Meagan Holder . Vera 1 episode, 2015 Joyce Greenleaf . Esther 1 episode, 2015 Greg Bryan . Daisy Clover Foreman 1 episode, 2015 Chris Palermo . Middle-Aged Man 1 episode, 2015 Matt Raimo . Reporter #1 1 episode, 2015 Tim James .

Jimmy 1 episode, 2015 Johnny Marques . Bartender 1 episode, 2015 Patrick Quinlan . EMT 1 episode, 2016 Gabriella Graves .

Young Peggy Carter 1 episode, 2016 Bruce Katzman . Medical Examiner Meltzer 1 episode, 2016 Sandra Lee Gimpel . Elderly Woman 1 episode, 2015 Kellen Michael . Small Boy 1 episode, 2015 Ward Roberts . Reporter #2 1 episode, 2015 Jeff Locker . SSR Lab Tech 1 episode, 2015 Joanna Strapp . Gloria 1 episode, 2015 J. Anthony McCarthy . Pete the Newspaper Guy 1 episode, 2015 Jeffrey David Anderson . Short Bouncer 1 episode, 2015 Webb Hayes . Young Michael Carter 1 episode, 2016 Alex Alcheh .

Rookie Cop 1 episode, 2016 Lon Gowan . Truck Driver 1 episode, 2016 Kirby Lauryen . Singer 1 episode, 2016 Billy Malone . Large Smuggler 1 episode, 2015 Gerald Webb peggy carter cast.

Gary Tower 1 episode, 2015 Vladimir Tevlovski . Leviathan Soldier 1 episode, 2015 Carrick O'Quinn . Tall Bouncer 1 episode, 2015 Ivy George . Young Agnes Cully 1 episode, 2016 Chris Patrickson . Ground Crewman 1 episode, 2015 Jeremy Timmins . Larger Smuggler 1 episode, 2015 Khalilah Joi . Ticket Lady 1 episode, 2016 Jim Palmer . Goon 1 episode, 2015 Jonathan LaVallee . FBI Agent 1 episode, 2016 Tim Garris .

Hoodlum 1 episode, 2015 Catriona Toop . Bletchley Girl 1 episode, 2016 Chad Dashnaw . Thug 1 episode, 2015 Jennifer Neala Page . Bletchley Girl #2 1 episode, 2016 Bruce M. Stockert . Man Crossing Street (uncredited) 2 episodes, 2015 Kirsten Vangsness . Ruby (uncredited) 1 episode, 2015 Mike Massa . SSR Agent #1 (uncredited) 1 episode, 2015 Denney Pierce . SSR Agent #3 (uncredited) 1 episode, 2015 Joseph Wilson .

Gino DeLucia (uncredited) 1 episode, 2015 Adam Zalt . United States Marine (uncredited) 1 episode, 2015 Bella Rochelle . Russian School Girl (uncredited) 1 episode, 2015 Marcus Young . SSR Agent #2 (uncredited) 1 episode, 2015 Max Daniels . One Man Band (uncredited) 1 episode, 2016 Edward J.

Pei . Stark's Cinematographer (uncredited) 1 episode, 2016 Easton Alexeyev . Gala Guest (uncredited) 1 episode, 2016 Claude Stuart .

Clifford (uncredited) 1 episode, 2016 Dennis Fitzgerald . Guard (uncredited) 1 episode, 2016 Paul Mitchell Rosenblum .

Mr. Carter (uncredited) 1 episode, 2016 G. Maximilian Zarou . Shlubby Man (uncredited) 1 episode, 2016 Anika Contos . Gorgeous Girl (uncredited) 1 episode, 2016 Nadia Tumanova . Makeup Artist (uncredited) 1 episode, 2016 Christopher Keks . Isodyne Supervisor (uncredited) 1 episode, 2016 Series Produced by Megan Thomas Bradner . co-producer (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Tara Butters .

executive producer (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Eric Hauserman Carroll . co-producer (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Geoffrey Colo . transmedia producer (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Louis D'Esposito . executive producer peggy carter cast episodes, 2015-2016) Chris Dingess .

executive producer (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Brant Englestein . supervising producer / producer / producer (17 episodes, 2015-2016) Michele Fazekas . executive producer (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Kevin Feige . executive producer (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Alan Fine . executive producer (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Stan Lee .

executive producer (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Jeph Loeb . executive producer (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Christopher Markus . executive producer (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Stephen McFeely .

executive producer (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Jose Molina . co-executive producer / co-executive producer (17 episodes, 2015-2016) Joe Quesada . executive producer (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Sara E. White . producer / producer (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Jim Chory .

executive producer (10 episodes, 2016) Robyn-Alain Feldman . co-producer (10 episodes, 2016) Wendy Willming . co-producer (10 episodes, 2016) John Blair . associate producer (8 episodes, 2015) Andi Bushell .

co-executive producer / co-executive producer (7 episodes, 2015) Series Music by Christopher Lennertz . (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Series Cinematography by Edward J.

Pei . (10 episodes, 2016) Gabriel Beristain . (8 episodes, 2015) Series Film Editing by Mark Hartzell . (4 episodes, 2016) Chris Peppe . (3 episodes, 2015) Troy Takaki . peggy carter cast episodes, 2015) Christopher Cooke . (3 episodes, 2016) Andrew Doerfer .

(3 episodes, 2016) David Siegel . (2 episodes, 2015) Series Casting By Sarah Finn . (8 episodes, 2015) Tamara Hunter . (1 episode, 2015) Series Production Design by Kenneth Hardy . (10 episodes, peggy carter cast Michael Wylie . (8 episodes, 2015) Series Art Direction by Gina Peggy carter cast. Cranham .

(10 episodes, 2016) Elizabeth H. Gray . (7 episodes, 2015) Valerie Green . (2 episodes, 2015) Series Set Decoration by Halina Siwolop . (8 episodes, 2015) Ellen Totleben . (8 episodes, 2015) Series Costume Design by Giovanna Ottobre-Melton . (17 episodes, 2015-2016) Series Makeup Department Robin Beauchesne . key makeup artist (10 episodes, 2016) Jay Wejebe .

key makeup artist (10 episodes, 2016) Deborah La Mia Denaver . makeup department head: season 2 / makeup department head (8 episodes, 2015) Jamie Kelman . key makeup artist (5 episodes, 2015) Peter Tothpal . Hair Department Head / hair department head (8 episodes, 2015) Nancie Rooney . makeup artist (2 episodes, 2016) Gabriel Solana .

makeup artist: additional (2 episodes, 2016) Terry Baliel . hair stylist (1 episode, 2015) Lauren Ernsdorf . hair stylist (1 episode, 2016) Series Production Management Ryan Kavner .

post-production supervisor (10 episodes, 2016) Jill Breitzman . post-production supervisor (8 episodes, 2015) Mary Kane . unit production manager (3 episodes, 2015) Paul D. Goldman . post production executive (2 episodes, 2015) Series Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Julian Brain . second assistant director / first assistant director (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Thom Buckley .

additional second ad / additional second assistant director (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Lisa Zugschwerdt . second second assistant director / first assistant director (15 episodes, 2015-2016) Anthony D'Esposito . first assistant director (10 episodes, 2015-2016) Michael Viglietta . first assistant director (6 episodes, 2015-2016) Heather Kritzer . second assistant director (4 episodes, 2016) Paul Silver . additional second assistant director (4 episodes, 2016) Ivan Kraljevic .

second second assistant director / additional second assistant director (2 episodes, 2015) Casey O'Neill . second unit director (2 episodes, 2016) Jesse Sternbaum . additional second assistant director (1 episode, 2015) Tara Nicole Tjahjadi .

additional second assistant director (1 episode, 2015) Anderson Vilien . additional second assistant director (1 episode, 2015) Series Art Department Melissa Feinberg . assistant property master (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Barry Jones . lead painter (16 episodes, 2015-2016) Drew Simmons . General Foreman (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Alexx Thompson . decorative painter (15 episodes, 2015-2016) Lilie Garofalo .

decorator painter / painter (15 episodes, 2015-2016) Jeff Halvorsen . set dresser (10 episodes, 2016) Jack E. Johnson . property pa (10 episodes, 2016) Peggy carter cast McCall . assistant property master (10 episodes, 2016) Patrick Russo .

props buyer (10 episodes, 2016) Mike Stassi . set designer (10 episodes, 2016) Daniel Turk . construction coordinator (10 episodes, 2016) Leslie Wah . graphic designer (10 episodes, 2016) Marcia Dios . set dec pa (9 episodes, 2016) Adolfo Castanon . greensman (7 episodes, 2015) Oliver Dear . illustrator (5 episodes, 2015) Richard Ewan . stand by painter (5 episodes, 2015) Eva Firshein .

buyer (7 episodes, 2015) Michael Glynn . assistant property master (8 episodes, 2015) Timothy Stuart Hildebrandt . set dresser (8 episodes, 2015) Charles Kern . paint foreman (7 episodes, 2015) Elizabeth Newton . assistant art director (8 episodes, 2015) Carl Nunez . greens foreman (7 episodes, 2015) Ross Philip . art department assisstant / art department assistant (7 episodes, 2015) Grant Redwine . set dresser (7 episodes, 2015) John Richardson .

construction coordinator (8 episodes, 2015) Ryan Suchor . art department coordinator (6 episodes, 2015) Chikako Suzuki . set designer (6 episodes, 2015) Michael Timman . set peggy carter cast (8 episodes, 2015) Hunter Karas .

Production Assistant (8 episodes, 2016) Warren Drummond . storyboard artist (7 episodes, 2015-2016) Jeff Hay . set dresser (7 episodes, 2015) Shane Valentine . set dresser (7 episodes, 2016) Tommy Gutman .

assistant property master (6 episodes, 2016) Pooja Sharma . props (5 episodes, 2015) Thomas Lauifi . construction foreman (4 episodes, 2015) Wan-Jung Lee . food stylist (4 episodes, 2016) Sean Mannion . property master (3 episodes, 2015) Christopher Branan . carpenter (1 episode, 2015) Robyn B. Holmes . buyer (1 episode, 2015) Berj Daniel Bedrosian .

carpenter / prop maker (2 episodes, 2016) Kate Zarvis . assistant property master: second unit / on set dresser: stunt unit (2 episodes, 2016) Anthony Leonardi III .

storyboard artist (1 episode, 2015) Jim Meyer . prop maker (1 episode, 2015) Mark Sakamoto . set dresser (1 episode, 2015) Brian Bero . special effects props (1 episode, 2016) Denise Deems .

props (1 episode, 2016) Donald S. Foster . set dresser (1 episode, 2016) Nathan Longest . props (1 episode, 2016) Bryan Turk . general foreman (1 episode, 2016) Evan Regester . graphic designer (uncredited) (8 episodes, 2015) Thomas Conrad .

construction medic (uncredited) (3 episodes, 2015) Series Sound Department Robert Carr . re-recording mixer (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Daniel Colman . sound designer / supervising sound editor (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Stefani Feldman . dialogue and adr supervisor / dialogue editor (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Mark D. Fleming . re-recording mixer (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Doris Perrolf . audio conform (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Brian Straub . foley artist (17 episodes, 2015-2016) Matthew Manselle .

foley peggy carter cast / foley editor (15 episodes, 2015-2016) Richard Partlow . foley artist (9 episodes, 2015-2016) Fernanda Peggy carter cast . assistant sound editor (10 episodes, 2016) Paul Drenning . adr peggy carter cast (10 episodes, 2016) Miriam Cole . assistant sound editor / loop group editor / adr editor (9 episodes, 2015-2016) Sam C. Lewis . adr re-recording mixer / supervising foley editor (9 episodes, 2015-2016) Alexandra Gallo . utility sound technician (5 episodes, 2015) Billy King .

boom operator (7 episodes, 2015) Ryan Farris . utility sound (8 episodes, 2016) Alexander Burstein . utility sound technician (7 episodes, 2015-2016) Ed Novick . sound mixer / production sound mixer (6 episodes, 2015) Jack Levy . supervising sound editor (5 episodes, 2015) Brian Robinson . boom operator (5 episodes, 2015) Coleman Metts . sound mixer: second unit (4 episodes, 2016) Dan Smith .

adr mixer / loop group editor / adr editor (4 episodes, 2016) Glenn E. Berkovitz . sound mixer (3 episodes, 2016) Paul E. Miller . boom operator (3 episodes, 2016) Vince Balunas . dialogue editor / adr editor (1 episode, 2015) Mark Ulano . production sound mixer (2 episodes, 2015) Jerrell Suelto . adr mixer (2 episodes, 2016) Mark DeSimone . adr mixer (1 episode, 2015) Kathleen Edwards . adr recordist (1 episode, 2015) Tor McAfee Kingdon .

adr mixer (1 episode, 2015) Tom Hartig . boom operator (uncredited) (3 episodes, 2015) Chris Howland . additional sound utility (uncredited) (1 episode, 2015) Cody Olivas . foley artist (uncredited) (1 episode, 2015) Series Special Effects by Kenneth C. Clark . special effects supervisor / special effects coordinator (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Series Visual Effects by Sheena Duggal .

production visual effects supervisor (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Pete Hanson . studio manager: Double Negative (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Garry Maddison .

colourist: Double Negative (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Stefan Drury . executive visual effects producer / visual effects producer: DNegTV (13 episodes, 2015-2016) Mark Pascoe . cg supervisor / cg supervisor: double negative (13 episodes, 2015-2016) Jack Rhys Phillips . compositor: Double Negative (12 episodes, 2015-2016) Charlotte Akehurst . fx artist: DNegTV (10 episodes, 2016) Pete Baxter . compositor (10 episodes, 2016) Emma Braney . cg artist (10 episodes, 2016) Wang Chang .

lead digital compositor (10 episodes, 2016) Clare Cheetham . production manager: Dnegtv (10 episodes, 2016) Shari B. Ellis . visual effects coordinator (10 episodes, 2016) Peter Hardy . visual effects artist (10 episodes, 2016) Hayden Jones .

peggy carter cast

executive visual effects supervisor: DNegTV (10 episodes, 2016) Christine Lemon . visual effects line producer: DNegTV (10 episodes, 2016) Alice Locuratolo . digital compositor (10 episodes, 2016) Ian Markiewicz . visual effects producer (10 episodes, 2016) Reuben Montgomery .

compositor (10 episodes, 2016) Mattia Munafò . modelling texturing and lookdev: double negative (10 episodes, 2016) Jonathan Privett . executive vfx supervisor: DNegTV (10 episodes, 2016) Kazia Roach .

digital compositor: double negative (10 episodes, 2016) Ellen Selby . visual effects production assistant: DNegTV (10 episodes, 2016) David Zaretti .

digital compositor: double negative (10 episodes, 2016) Liam Dunne . vfx editor: dnegtv (9 episodes, 2016) Sharon Smith Holley . vfx editor (9 episodes, 2016) Eleanor Rogers . digital compositor / digital compositor: DNegTV (8 episodes, 2015-2016) Amy Altvater .

vfx production assistant: ilm / visual effects (8 episodes, 2015) Chris Antonini . associate visual effects supervisor (6 episodes, 2015) Tim Chrismer . external assistant technical director: ILM (8 episodes, 2015) Carlos Galan IV . visual effects pipeline (8 episodes, 2015) Oliver Johnstone . digital compositor (8 episodes, 2015) Tiansheng Liu . visual effects (8 episodes, 2015) Yulong Liu . compositor (8 episodes, 2015) Addie Manis .

production visual effects producer (8 episodes, 2015) Jay Mehta . visual effects supervisor: Base FX (8 episodes, 2015) Dong Ming . compositor (8 episodes, 2015) Carol Alynn Payne . technical support (8 episodes, 2015) Nathan Rich . CTO: Base FX (8 episodes, 2015) Michelle Sampior . production assistant: ILM (8 episodes, 2015) Prathap Sekar . senior paint and roto artist: Base-fx (8 episodes, peggy carter cast Jack Stevens . compositor: DNEGTV (8 episodes, 2015) Chad Taylor .

compositing supervisor: ILM (8 episodes, 2015) Carlos A. Vidal . visual effects supervisor: ILM (8 episodes, 2015) Ruochen Wang . compositor (8 episodes, 2015) Lindsey Zamplas . vfx production manager: ILM (8 episodes, 2015) Shuang Zhang . visual effects production coordinator: Base FX (8 episodes, 2015) XueChu Peggy carter cast . lead compositor: Base FX (8 episodes, 2015) Cheng Zhu . visual effects coordinator (8 episodes, 2015) Li Zi Yang .

digital compositor (8 episodes, 2015) Frank Hanna . digital compositor: Dneg TV / digital compositor (7 episodes, 2015-2016) Richard Bluff . senior visual effects supervisor: ILM (4 episodes, 2015) Aleksei Sidorenko . digital compositor: DNegTV (7 episodes, 2016) T.C. Harrison . digital artist: ILM (6 episodes, 2015) Neeraj Ingle . senior compositor: BaseFX (6 episodes, 2015) Na Jian . visual effects production manager: Base FX (6 episodes, 2015) Yu Lei . compositor (6 episodes, 2015) Ram Mohan Nadam Reddy .

digital compositor (6 episodes, 2015) Catarina Gonçalves . assistant colourist: Double Negative (6 episodes, 2016) Tim Adams . prep artist: Double Negative (5 episodes, 2016) James Paul HattSmith .

compositor: dnegtv (5 episodes, 2016) Jason H. Snell . visual effects artist (4 episodes, 2015) Brendan Carroll . visual effects artist (4 episodes, 2016) Jean-Louis Darville . visual effects: data wrangler (4 episodes, 2016) Gregory Bossert . layout artist: ILM (3 episodes, 2015) Yuantong Cheng . lighting artist / lighting artist: Base FX (3 episodes, 2015) Patrick Dean . visual effects editor: Double Negative (3 episodes, 2015) Michael Duong .

visual effects artist (3 episodes, 2015) Paul Jones . visual effects line producer: DNegtv (3 episodes, 2015) Scott Brindley . matchmove artist: Double Negative (3 episodes, 2016) Simone Coco . lead compositor (2 episodes, 2015) Peggy carter cast Lam . compositing supervisor: BaseFX (2 episodes, 2015) Meng Liu . visual effects lead: Base Fx (2 episodes, 2015) Josh Lu . visual effects production manager: Base FX (2 episodes, 2015) Shilpesh Mane .

senior compositor (2 episodes, 2015) Yuhon Ng . Previs artist (2 episodes, 2015) Stephan Schaefholz . digital compositor: ILM (2 episodes, 2015) Jiacheng Xu . digital compositor (2 episodes, 2015) Vadim Davidoff . digital compositor (2 episodes, 2016) Patrick Finn . cg generalist: Double Negative (2 episodes, 2016) Igor Gama . roto artist: Double Negative (2 episodes, 2016) Matthew Jacques . digital compositor (2 episodes, 2016) James Moxon .

digital compositor: DNegTV (2 episodes, 2016) Kevin Bell . senior compositor: ILM (1 episode, 2015) Mark Casey . digital artist: ILM (1 episode, 2015) Can Chang . compositor: ILM (1 episode, 2015) Jayesh Dalal . visual effects (1 episode, 2015) Dan Enstrom . digital compositor: ILM (1 episode, 2015) Simon Kilroe . visual effects artist (1 episode, 2015) Peggy carter cast Newton . compositor (1 episode, 2015) Jason Zhao . visual effects artist (1 episode, 2015) Neal Patel . digital compositor (1 episode, 2016) Justin Tatsuo Chan .

visual effects production coordinator: ILM (uncredited) (8 episodes, 2015) Marissa Gomes . vfx producer: ILM (uncredited) (8 episodes, 2015) Haiyang Zhao . paint & roto artist: BaseFx (uncredited) (8 episodes, 2015) Matt Flicker . effects technical director (uncredited) (7 episodes, 2016) Charmaine Chan . digital compositor: ILM (uncredited) (2 episodes, 2015) Jiri Jacknowitz . digital artist (uncredited) (1 episode, 2015) Alexandros Theodosiou .

digital compositor: double negative (uncredited) (1 episode, 2016) Series Stunts Kimberly Shannon Murphy . stunt double: Hayley Atwell / stunt double (15 episodes, 2015-2016) Casey O'Neill . stunt coordinator (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Tim James .

stunt double: Chad Michael Murray / stunt player / stunts (7 episodes, 2015-2016) Zach Hudson . stunt double: Enver Gjokaj / stunt double: James Landry Hebert (5 episodes, 2015-2016) Alicia Vela-Bailey . stunt double / stunt double: Bridget Regan (3 episodes, 2015) Jayson Dumenigo . key rigger / utility stunts (2 episodes, 2015) Riley Harper .

stunt double: leet brannis (2 episodes, 2015) Tara Macken . stunts (2 episodes, 2015) Rob Mars . stunts (2 episodes, 2015) Solomon Brende . stunts (2 episodes, 2016) Jason Gray . stunt performer (2 episodes, 2016) Craig Johnson . stunt double: Jason Wilkes / stunt double: Reggie Austin (2 episodes, 2016) Ralf Koch .

utility stunts (2 episodes, 2016) Ryan Sturz . stunt double: Ken Marino / stunts (2 episodes, 2016) Robert Alonzo . utility stunts (1 episode, 2015) Daniel Arrias . stunt performer (1 episode, 2015) Matt Berberi . stunt performer (1 episode, 2015) Austen Brewer . stunt double: Rick Peters (1 episode, 2015) Alex Chansky .

stunts (1 episode, 2015) Brandon Cornell . utility stunts (1 episode, 2015) Alex Daniels . stunt performer (1 episode, 2015) Kevin Derr . stunts (1 episode, 2015) Arturo Dickey . stunt rigger (1 episode, 2015) Peter Epstein . stunts (1 episode, 2015) Joe Fidler . stunt double (1 episode, 2015) Tim Garris . stunt performer (1 episode, 2015) Josh Kemble . stunt performer (1 episode, 2015) Don Lee . fight choreography (1 episode, 2015) Khristian Lupo . stunt performer (1 episode, 2015) Kara Petersen .

stunt double: Chiara Aurelia (1 episode, 2015) Todd Schneider . stunts (1 episode, 2015) Stephen W. Schriver . stunt double: John Bishop (1 episode, 2015) John Stoneham Jr. . stunt performer (1 episode, 2015) Lee-Anne Telford . stunt double: Bridget Regan (1 episode, 2015) Jeremy Timmins . stunt performer (1 episode, 2015) James Armstrong . stunt double (1 episode, 2016) Tammie Baird .

stunt double: Bridget Regan (1 episode, 2016) Joanna Bennett . stunt double: Bridget Regan (1 episode, 2016) Nick Benseman . fight choreographer (1 episode, 2016) Timothy Thomas Brown . stunts (1 episode, 2016) George Crayton . stunts (1 episode, 2016) Max Daniels . stunt performer (1 episode, 2016) Mark Fichera . stunt performer (1 episode, 2016) Dennis Fitzgerald . stunts (1 episode, 2016) Lon Gowan .

stunt actor (1 episode, 2016) Peggy carter cast Harbeck . stunt performer (1 episode, 2016) Adam Hart . stunt double: Stunt Double James D'Arcy (1 episode, 2016) Nick Hermz . stunt performer (1 episode, 2016) Michael Hugghins . stunt rigger (1 episode, 2016) Malosi Leonard . stunts (1 episode, 2016) Peggy carter cast Leonard . stunts (1 episode, 2016) Joette Nichole Orman . stunt double: Lesley Boone (1 episode, 2016) Marc Scizak .

stunt performer (1 episode, 2016) Tim Soergel . stunt actor (1 episode, 2016) Jack Tamplin . stunt performer (1 episode, 2016) Torrey Vogel . stunt performer (1 episode, 2016) Heath Hensley . stunt double: Devon Ratray (uncredited) / stunt double: Kevin Heffernan (uncredited) / stunts (uncredited) (2 episodes, 2015) Brian J. Williams . stunt rigger (uncredited) (2 episodes, 2015) Jahnel Curfman . stunt double: Bridget Regan (uncredited) (2 episodes, 2016) Zack Duhame . stunts (uncredited) (1 peggy carter cast, 2015) Nancy McCrumb .

stunts (uncredited) (1 episode, 2015) Carrick O'Quinn . stunts (uncredited) (1 episode, 2015) Denney Pierce . stunts (uncredited) (1 episode, 2015) Rex Reddick . stunts (uncredited) (1 episode, 2015) Series Camera and Electrical Department William Kent .

rigging key grip (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Bob Leitelt . key grip (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Earl Perque . best boy grip (16 episodes, 2015-2016) Justin Portwood . grip (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Charles Smith .

rigging grip bestboy (18 episodes, 2015-2016) Kelsey Shaw McNeal . still photographer (11 episodes, 2015-2016) James D. Wickman . dolly grip: a camera (7 episodes, 2015-2016) Dan Ayers . camera operator/steadicam operator (10 episodes, 2016) Brian Bernstein peggy carter cast. "a" camera operator (10 episodes, 2016) Derek Bowman . Rigging electrician (10 episodes, 2016) David Allen Carter . rigging electrical best boy (10 episodes, 2016) Ben Dynice .

lighting console programmer (10 episodes, 2016) David Elwell . electrician (10 peggy carter cast, 2016) Christopher Garland . second assistant camera (10 episodes, 2016) Peter Gulla . additional cinematographer / director of photography: second unit (10 episodes, 2016) Paul Hazard .

assistant chief lighting technician (10 episodes, 2016) Austin Newburn . electrician (10 episodes, 2016) Ron Newburn . chief lighting technician (10 episodes, 2016) Lance Nicholls .

electrician (10 episodes, 2016) Eric Wheeler . second assistant camera: "a" camera (10 episodes, 2016) Dana Baker . dolly grip (8 episodes, 2015) Nico Bally . technocrane tech (8 episodes, 2015) Erik Bernstein . best boy electric (6 episodes, 2015) Jeff Blasi . grip (8 episodes, 2015) James R. Dunham . camera utility (8 episodes, 2015) Raquel Gallego .

assistant camera: b camera / camera operator (8 episodes, 2015) Hilton Goring . camera operator (8 episodes, 2015) Ian Myron . rigging elect (8 episodes, 2015) Jeremy Noggles . grip (8 episodes, 2015) Michael Ryan Sharp . focus puller: "b" camera (8 episodes, 2015) Frank R. Sims peggy carter cast. rigging grip (8 episodes, 2015) Carter Smith .

second assistant camera (8 episodes, 2015) Paul Wilkowsky . key grip: second unit (8 episodes, 2015) Jason Young . lighting console programmer (5 episodes, 2015) Aaron Heck .

camera operator (7 episodes, 2015) Jorge Kunze . lighting technician (7 episodes, 2015) Andreana Davies . b camera dolly grip (6 episodes, 2015) Nathan Levine-Heaney . director of photography: additional photographic unit / camera operator (6 episodes, 2015) Ryan Thomas . set lighting technician (5 episodes, 2015) Eric West .

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Flores . production assistant (10 episodes, 2016) Michelle Holman . production secretary (10 episodes, 2016) Ryan Little . production assistant (10 episodes, 2016) Monica Muehlhause-Horn . production accountant (10 episodes, 2016) Kelly Rutta . Assistant Production Coordinator (10 episodes, 2016) Shauna Sanders . production coordinator (10 episodes, 2016) Danny Sullivan . Assistant to Ms. White (10 episodes, 2016) Jesse J.

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special thanks (1 episode, 2015) Ray Shaffer . special thanks (1 episode, 2015) Ryan Sheridan . special thanks (1 episode, 2015) Joe Simon . special thanks (1 episode, 2015) Storyline • Taglines • Plot Summary • Synopsis • Plot Keywords • Parents Guide Did You Know? • Trivia • Goofs • Crazy Credits • Quotes • Alternate Versions • Connections • Soundtracks Photo & Video • Photo Gallery • Trailers and Videos Opinion • Awards • FAQ • User Reviews • User Ratings • External Reviews • Metacritic Reviews TV • Episode List • TV Schedule Related Items • News • External Sites• Fred Wells (ex-fiancé) • Daniel Sousa (ex-boyfriend) • Jason Wilkes (ex-boyfriend) Children 2 Relatives Sharon Peggy carter cast (niece) Nationality British Margaret Carter, more commonly known as Peggy Carter, is a fictional character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) media franchise portrayed by Hayley Atwell, based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name.

Carter is depicted as a British MI6 agent and member of the Strategic Scientific Reserve who became the love interest of Steve Rogers during World War II. Following the war, she goes on to become one of the founders of S.H.I.E.L.D., eventually serving as the Director. Atwell has received critical praise for her depiction of the character.

As of 2022 [update], the character has appeared in five films, as well as the short film Agent Carter (2013), the second season of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., and her own television series Agent Carter (2015–2016). An alternate version of the character called Captain Carter appears in the animated series What If.? (2021). This version of Carter receives the Super Soldier Serum instead of Rogers, and is later recruited by the Watcher to join the Guardians of the Multiverse in the battle against an alternate version peggy carter cast Ultron.

A similar version of Captain Carter also appears in the film Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (2022), as a member of the Illuminati.

[3] Contents • 1 Concept and creation • 2 Appearances • 3 Fictional character biography • 3.1 Early life • 3.2 Project Rebirth • 3.2.1 Helping Steve Rogers • 3.3 Post–World War II • 3.4 Director of S.H.I.E.L.D. and later life • 4 Alternate versions • 4.1 Reunited with Steve Rogers • 4.2 Captain Carter • 4.2.1 What If.? • 4.2.2 Earth-838 • 5 Characterization • 5.1 Appearance • 6 Reception • 6.1 Critical response • 6.2 Accolades • 7 Notes • 8 See also • 9 References • 10 External links Concept and creation [ edit ] The character debuted in a single panel (and unnamed) as a wartime love interest of Captain America in Tales of Suspense #75 (March 1966), and then receiving a name in #77 (May 1966).

She was created by writer Stan Lee and peggy carter cast Jack Kirby. [4] [5] Hayley Atwell was cast in the role of Peggy Carter for Captain America: The First Avenger in April 2010. [6] Atwell expressed interest in reprising the role for Agent Carter in October 2013; [7] ABC Entertainment president Paul Lee confirmed her involvement in the project in January 2014. [8] Gabriella Graves portrays a young Carter in the television series Agent Carter through flashbacks.

[9] Regarding peggy carter cast preparation for the role, Atwell said, "I'm training at the moment six days a week to make her a bit more military and make it convincing that I could kick butt." [10] On taking up the role of Carter, Atwell said "the main reason I did Captain America was because I wanted to get out of my own head and stop taking my work so seriously".

[11] Captain America: The First Avenger screenwriter Christopher Markus said the film "takes place in the 40s, there weren't too many women in areas of authority at that point, and we wanted her to essentially be the most capable person on the screen at that time".

[11] Appearances [ edit ] • Peggy Carter first appears in Captain America: The First Avenger, which is set in the early 1940s during World War II. Working for the military, she falls in love with Steve Rogers, who has recently become Captain America. • She then appears in the Marvel One-Shot short film Agent Carter, which was packaged with the Iron Man 3 Blu-ray disc.

The film takes place one year after the events of Captain America: The First Avenger, and features Carter as a member of the Strategic Scientific Reserve, searching for the mysterious Zodiac, [12] and dealing with sexism. [12] • Hayley Atwell starred as Peggy Carter in the series Agent Carter. [13] Set in the immediate post-war years following the events of Captain America: The First Avenger, the series depicts Carter's advancement from routine office work to a position as a celebrated and well-respected agent of the Strategic Scientific Reserve.

In addition, she works with Howard Stark's butler Edwin Jarvis to uncover his framing at the hands of Leviathan. The series aired from January 6, 2015, until March 1, 2016.

• In the second season of Agent Carter, it is revealed that Carter had a brother, Michael (portrayed by Max Brown as an adult and Webb Baker Hayes peggy carter cast a boy), with whom she was very close.

After Michael's death in World War II, Carter decides to leave her then-fiancé Fred Wells (portrayed by Kevin Changaris) to join the SSR. It is also revealed that Carter's mother, portrayed by Carole Ruggier, was named Amanda. [14] • In Captain America: The Winter Soldier, [12] [15] CGI was used to allow Atwell to reprise her role as the now 90 year old Carter when Rogers visits her in her retirement home in 2014.

[16] • Hayley Atwell portrayed Peggy Carter in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. She appears in the second-season premiere episode " Shadows" where she and the SSR raid a Hydra facility and arrest Werner Reinhardt and Hydra agents. [17] Carter later appeared in the episode " The Things We Bury" where a flashback shows her interrogating Whitehall.

In the season three episode " Emancipation", which occurs during the events of Captain America: Civil War, a newspaper headline is shown that says Agent Carter has died at the age of 95.

• She appears in Avengers: Age of Ultron in Rogers's 1940s hallucination caused by Wanda Maximoff. [18] [19] • She appears in Ant-Man, in a 1989 flashback, aged in her late 60s, when Hank Pym resigns from S.H.I.E.L.D. after discovering that Mitchell Carson was trying to replicate Pym's shrinking formula without consent. • She only appears in images in Captain America: Civil War, having died off-screen. Rogers serves as one of the pallbearers at her funeral and learns that Sharon Carter is her niece.

[20] • She appears in Avengers: Peggy carter cast in alternate timelines. She is seen working in her office in an alternate 1970 by Rogers. In an alternate 1940, she is met by Rogers and they get married. [21] [22] • She appears in the first episode of the Disney+ animated series What If.?

in an alternate universe. In this timeline, she receives the Super Soldier Serum and becomes a superhero named Captain Carter. In the ninth episode, she is recruited by the Watcher to join the Guardians of the Multiverse to stop an alternate Ultron. [23] • Captain Carter was teased to be appearing in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (2022) due to the presence of her shield on the poster.

[24] She was confirmed in April 2022. [25] Fictional character biography [ edit ] Early life [ edit ] Margaret Carter was born in 1921 to Amanda Carter. After the death of her brother Michael in World War II, Carter decided to leave her then-fiancé Fred Wells to join MI6, being assigned to the Strategic Scientific Reserve (SSR).

Project Rebirth [ edit ] Further information: Captain America: The First Avenger In 1943, Carter is tasked by the SSR to help oversee Project Rebirth, a program to create an army of super soldiers for the United States war effort. Carter joins Howard Stark and Dr. Abraham Erskine in overseeing the program.

After a series of tests on different soldiers, the sickly Steve Rogers is chosen due to his heroic character. Erskine subjects Rogers to the super-soldier treatment, injecting him with a Super Soldier Serum and dosing him with vita-rays.

After Rogers emerges from the experiment as a super soldier, an undercover Heinz Kruger, a Hydra agent, kills Erskine and flees with a vial of the serum. Rogers and Carter pursue Kruger; Carter nearly kills him but Rogers saves her from being hit by his vehicle.

The assassin avoids interrogation by committing suicide with a cyanide capsule. Helping Steve Rogers [ edit ] After Rogers' best friend Bucky Barnes is captured by Hydra, Rogers has Carter and Howard Stark fly him behind enemy lines to mount a solo rescue attempt, which succeeds. After Rogers returns, Carter, who has developed feelings for him, catches him kissing another woman, prompting her to angrily fire bullets at Rogers' new shield. Using information extracted from Arnim Zola, the final Hydra stronghold is located, and Rogers leads an attack to stop Johann Schmidt from using weapons of mass destruction on major world cities.

Rogers and Carter kiss and Rogers promises to go dancing with her, before Rogers climbs aboard Schmidt's aircraft as it takes off. After Schmidt is teleported to Vormir by the Tesseract, Rogers, seeing no way to land the plane without the risk of detonating its peggy carter cast, radios the tearful Carter and says goodbye to her before crashing in the Arctic.

Stark later recovers the Tesseract from the ocean floor but is unable to locate Rogers or the aircraft, presuming him dead. Post–World War II [ edit ] Further information: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (season 2), Agent Carter (film), Agent Carter (season 1), and Agent Carter (season 2) In 1945, Carter and the SSR raid the last known Hydra base led by Werner Reinhardt) and confiscate many items, including the Obelisk and a blue body.

One year later, Carter faces sexism from her boss, Agent John Flynn, who treats her condescendingly and keeps her compiling data and code breaking while assigning field cases to the male agents.

The SSR's main concern is the mysterious Zodiac, which they have been unable to recover for some time. One night alone in the office while the men are out together, Carter answers the case line to hear of the location of the Zodiac.

Though three to five agents are recommended, Carter decides to go to the location herself. Fighting off multiple guards, Carter is able to retrieve the Zodiac, a mysterious serum, herself. The next day, Flynn reprimands her for not going through the proper procedures to complete peggy carter cast mission, and dismisses the indignant Carter as just peggy carter cast "old flame" of Captain America's who was given her current job out of pity for her bereavement. However, before he can officially punish her, the case line rings again, this time with Howard Stark on the other end, who informs Flynn that Carter will co-head the newly created S.H.I.E.L.D.

Later in 1946, Carter has to balance the routine office work she does for the SSR in New York City with secretly assisting Howard Stark, who finds himself framed for supplying deadly weapons to enemies of the United States. Carter is assisted by Stark's butler, Edwin Jarvis, to find those responsible and dispose of the weapons. In 1947, Carter moves from New York City to Los Angeles to deal with the threats of the new Atomic Age by the Secret Empire in the aftermath of World War II, gaining new friends, a new home, and starting a romance with Daniel Sousa.

Director of S.H.I.E.L.D. and later life [ edit ] Further information: Captain America: Peggy carter cast Winter Soldier, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Ant-Man (film), and Avengers: Endgame Sometime later, Carter marries a man whom Steve Rogers saved from a Hydra peggy carter cast in World War II, and has two children with him.

Carter's American niece Sharon Carter later becomes a S.H.I.E.L.D. agent. Meanwhile, Peggy Carter also conducts S.H.I.E.L.D. operations in collaboration with a man named "Braddock". [b] By 1970, Carter serves as the Director S.H.I.E.L.D. [c] In 1989, Carter witnesses a confrontation between Hank Pym and Howard Stark over Stark's use of Pym Particles without Pym's knowledge, causing Pym to quit S.H.I.E.L.D.

In 2014, the elderly Carter has developed Alzheimer's disease, and Rogers visits her, having come out of suspended animation a few years prior. Carter notes to Rogers that the world has changed. In 2016, Carter passes away in her sleep, and Sharon, Rogers and Sam Wilson attend her funeral.

[d] Alternate versions [ edit ] Reunited with Steve Rogers [ edit ] Further information: Avengers: Endgame In 2023, after completing the Time Heist and returning the Infinity Stones to their correct places in the timeline, Rogers chooses peggy carter cast stay with Carter in an alternate 1949, with the two enjoying a full married life together. Captain Carter [ edit ] What If.? [ edit ] Further information: What If. Captain Peggy carter cast Were the First Avenger? and What If.

the Watcher Broke His Oath? In an alternate 1943, when Carter chooses to stay in the main theater instead of watching from a safe distance, Kruger attacks Project Rebirth and shoots Rogers, leading Carter to take peggy carter cast super-soldier serum herself. Carter, after attacking a Hydra convoy and successfully retrieving the Tesseract from Schmidt, becomes the superheroine Captain Carter, equipped with a vibranium shield that has a Union Jack style. Rogers instead pilots the Hydra Stomper armor made by Stark and powered by the Tesseract.

Carter fights alongside Rogers to help the Allied Forces win World War II. In 1945, Rogers goes missing during an attack on a Hydra train, prompting Carter to interrogate Zola to learn the location of Schmidt's castle. They find him using the Tesseract to summon an interdimensional creature from a portal which kills him. Carter sacrifices herself by entering the portal while pushing the creature back into it.

Carter lands in S.H.I.E.L.D.'s warehouse, meeting Nick Fury and Clint Barton, who tell her the war ended almost 70 years ago. In 2014, Carter has befriended Natasha Romanoff and is an ally of S.H.I.E.L.D., going on a mission to rescue the hijacked S.H.I.E.L.D.

vessel Lemurian Star from Georges Batroc. While she duels Batroc, she is recruited by the Watcher to form the Guardians of the Multiverse to defeat Ultron, who plans to take control of the multiverse. The Guardians and an apocalyptic version of Romanoff fight Ultron in his and Romanoff's home universe, and Carter exposes Ultron's eye by removing part of his helmet. This allows Romanoff to inject an Arnim Zola virus, wiping out Ultron's consciousness, destroying him.

Carter is then returned to her universe by the Watcher. Back in her universe, Carter and Romanoff subdue Batroc, and then Romanoff informs her that the Hydra Stomper has been found with someone inside.

Earth-838 [ edit ] Further information: Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness A similar version of Captain Carter appears in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (2022) as a member of the Illuminati peggy carter cast Earth-838 alongside Charles Xavier, Black Bolt, Maria Rambeau, Karl Mordo, and Reed Richards. After their headquarters are attacked by Wanda Maximoff, Carter engages in a duel with Maximoff, during which she is killed after being bisected by her own shield.

[25] Characterization [ edit ] Hayley Atwell at San Diego Comic-Con in 2015 About the character's debut in Captain America: The First Avenger, Atwell stated, "I likened her character to that famous Ginger Rogers quote.

She can do everything Captain America can do, but backwards and in high heels. She's an English soldier through and through, although she always looks fabulous. She might stand there with a machine-gun shooting Nazis, but she's obviously gone to the loo beforehand and applied a bit of lipstick.

She doesn't need to be rescued. That's exciting to me – her strength." [27] She added, "I think she's quite stubborn, a slightly frustrated woman who struggles with being a woman in that time. But more importantly she's a modern woman and she sees something in Captain America that she relates to, and becomes kindred spirits.

He treats her very differently to how she's been treated by lots of men, in this kind of dominated world she peggy carter cast in. So she's very much a fighter." [27] Carter is the first female character to headline a standalone story as part of the MCU, ahead of popular comic characters such as Black Widow and Captain Marvel.

Unlike other major Marvel heroes, Carter does not have any superpowers, instead the writers "always said her superpower is the fact that other people underestimate her. And she often uses that to her advantage". [28] Atwell said it was "thrilling" to explore "the backdrop of this male-dominated world, where women are still in the workforce, unspoken for and struggling to find a place outside the home" and how it affects Carter, who must deal with this along with the missions she receives.

[29] On the character starring in her own short film, the director of the Agent Carter short film Louis D'Esposito said that Marvel always wanted to do a Peggy Carter short since the character "was a fan-favorite and a Marvel Studios favorite". D'Esposito enjoyed the moment when Carter uses her compact to view the bad guy, which was ad libbed during filming, because "that's the essence of what she's about and what the film's about.

Not only is she—especially in that time—a woman in a man's world, she still maintains her femininity". [30] Speaking about the influence that the apparent death of Steve Rogers has on Carter, Atwell explained that "It's only been a year and she's grieving him and I think what keeps her going is he was the greatest person she ever knew .

she's also determined to make sure that his work wasn't in vain." [31] Following the first season, Atwell noted that Carter did not "win everyone's respect", with Jack Thompson taking credit for her actions, for peggy carter cast, but "she knows her value so she doesn't need that praise". [32] For the second season, executive producer Michele Fazekas explained that after Carter "put a lot of things emotionally to bed", such as letting go of Captain America, she is now "more open to looking at her life and figuring out, does she want a relationship?" Fazekas added that Carter would start to realize that "not everybody has her peggy carter cast, even in the SSR.

[33] Appearance [ edit ] Hayley Atwell before and after being digitally aged as Peggy Carter in Captain America: The Winter Soldier. For Carter's costumes, though some vintage peggy carter cast were used, most of her outfits were custom made to accommodate the scripted action scenes. [34] Costume designer Giovanna Ottobre-Melton gave the outfits an "hourglass style with strength in the tailoring and defined shoulders, but not overly exaggerated." For the character's tactical gear, World War II underground military looks were referenced.

[35] On receiving the script for Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Atwell realized the character "would be 96, and I would be up to the eyeballs in prosthetics." The visual effects team was not satisfied with the initial make-up used to make Atwell look older, and eventually resorted to aging her through CGI methods.

[16] Reception [ edit ] Critical response [ edit ] Reviewing Captain America: The First Avenger, Christy Lemire of the Associated Peggy carter cast said, "Atwell’s gorgeous looks make her a great fit for the part, but her character is better developed than you might imagine; she’s no damsel in distress, waiting for Captain America to save her, but rather a trained fighter who is very much his equal." [36] Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times felt that she resembled "a classic military pin-up of the period" with her depicted "full red lips" of the film.

[37] Rosie Fletcher of Total Film noted that the Marvel One-Shot short film Agent Carter was well received by the audience at San Diego Comic Con, and praised Atwell's performance. [38] Andy Hunsaker at Crave Online said the short "gives its title character the send-off she deserves", and hoped that it would lead to further female-focused properties from Marvel.

[39] IGN 's Scott Collura called Atwell "the big-screen female superhero we've all been peggy carter cast for. She kicks so much ass in this short peggy carter cast with such aplomb, using not just brawn but also brains, and it's all very clever and fun." He felt the short seemed more of a proof-of-concept that female-based superhero projects could work, but that "Atwell never loses touch with her feminine side" either. [40] Brian Lowry, reviewing the two-part premiere of the TV series Agent Carter for Variety, felt that giving Atwell her own television series was "a pretty smart bet" by Marvel, and he called the episodes "considerable fun".

[41] The A.V. Club named Atwell's performance as one of the "Best Individual Performances" of 2015. [42] Accolades [ edit ] Year Award Category Work Result Ref. 2011 Scream Award Breakthrough Performance – Female Captain America: The First Avenger Nominated Best Science Peggy carter cast Actress Nominated 2014 Saturn Award Best Actress on Television Agent Carter Nominated [ citation needed] Notes [ edit ] • peggy carter cast In an alternate reality through time travel, [1] peggy carter cast in the past in the main timeline.

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• Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. • Marvel Cinematic Universe television series Marvel's Agent Carter, or simply Agent Carter, is an American television series created by Christopher Markus & Stephen McFeely for ABC, based on the Marvel Comics character Peggy Carter following her roles in the 2011 film Captain America: The First Avenger and the 2013 Marvel One-Shot short film of Agent Carter.

It is set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) and shares continuity with the franchise's films and other television series. The series was produced by ABC Studios, Marvel Television, and F&B Fazekas & Butters, with Tara Butters, Michele Fazekas, and Chris Dingess serving as showrunners. Hayley Atwell reprises her role of Peggy Carter from the film series and One-Shot, with James D'Arcy, Chad Michael Murray, and Enver Gjokaj also starring; they are joined by Shea Whigham for the first season.

In peggy carter cast series, Carter must balance life as a secret agent with that of a single woman in 1940s America. Development on a series inspired by the short film had begun by September 2013, with Atwell's involvement confirmed in January 2014. That May, ABC ordered the show straight to series. Agent Carter introduces the origins of several characters and storylines from MCU films, while other characters from the films also appear.

The first season, consisting of eight episodes, originally aired from January 6 to February 24, 2015, while the second season, consisting of 10 episodes, originally aired from January 19 to March 1, 2016. Both seasons aired during mid-season breaks of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Despite a positive critical response, viewership fell, and on May 12, 2016, ABC cancelled Agent Carter. Contents • 1 Premise • 2 Cast and characters • 3 Episodes • 3.1 Season 1 (2015) • 3.2 Season 2 (2016) • 4 Production • 4.1 Development • 4.2 Writing • 4.3 Casting • 4.4 Design • 4.4.1 Costumes • 4.4.2 Props • 4.5 Filming • 4.6 Visual effects • 4.7 Music • 4.8 Marvel Cinematic Universe tie-ins • 5 Release • 5.1 Broadcast • 5.2 Home media • 6 Reception • 6.1 Ratings • 6.2 Critical response • 6.3 Accolades • 7 Cancellation • 8 Future • 8.1 Suggested spin-off podcast • 8.2 Planned third season • 8.3 Feature films and other television series • 8.4 Potential revival • 9 References • 10 External links Premise [ edit ] The first season takes place in 1946, with Peggy Carter having to balance the routine office work she does for the Strategic Scientific Reserve (SSR) in New York City with secretly assisting Howard Stark, who finds himself framed for supplying deadly weapons to enemies of the United States.

Carter is assisted by Stark's butler, Edwin Jarvis, to find those responsible and dispose of the weapons. [1] [2] In the second season, Carter moves from New York City to Los Angeles to deal with the threats of the new Atomic Age by the Secret Empire in the aftermath of World War II, gaining new friends, a new home, and a potential new love interest. [3] [4] Cast and characters [ edit ] Main article: List of Agent Carter characters • Hayley Atwell as Peggy Carter: An SSR agent initially stuck doing administrative work.

[1] Butters said Carter's "superpower is the fact that other people underestimate her. And she often uses that to her advantage". [5] On the influence that the apparent death of Steve Rogers has on Carter, Atwell explained that "he was the greatest person she ever knew—even before he took the serum and became Captain America.

She knew his character and she saw a kindred spirit in him. So I think she's grieving the loss of him but she's also determined to make sure that his work wasn't in vain. Peggy carter cast gives peggy carter cast a tremendous amount of determination to carry on despite the obstacles that she comes across." [6] Gabriella Graves portrays a young Carter. [7] • James D'Arcy as Edwin Jarvis: Howard Stark's butler and ally to Carter, [8] who will eventually be a tutor to Tony Stark and inspire his J.A.R.V.I.S.

artificial intelligence. [9] Atwell referred to Carter's relationship with Jarvis as the series' "comic relief", and said "she needs someone who is in contact with Howard to help peggy carter cast of run this mission[, and] they have this very witty banter back and forth". [6] Fazekas explained that some of the character's peggy carter cast "has come from the comics and some of it we've developed ourselves. Some of it is influenced by James D'Arcy himself and his strengths." [10] D'Arcy was initially nervous about portraying Jarvis's comedic side, given his history of "predominantly play[ing] psychopaths".

[11] He did not study Paul Bettany's performance as J.A.R.V.I.S. when approaching the character. [12] peggy carter cast Chad Michael Murray as Jack Thompson: A war veteran and agent with the SSR, [13] described as chauvinistic and "chest-puffing". [5] [14] Murray compared the character to Indiana Jones, and stated that "he's working his way up to become the head of the SSR.

His goal in life is to just be great at his job. So he has a large chip on his shoulder, which gives him an attitude." [13] Murray also noted that, unlike his character on One Tree Hill, Thompson does not serve as the "moral compass", which meant that he would not be "confined to a box" and would instead be allowed to peggy carter cast play things up and do what's unexpected".

[15] For the second season, Thompson is made chief of the East Coast SSR office. [4] • Enver Gjokaj as Daniel Sousa: A war veteran who is an agent with the SSR and experiences prejudice due to his injured leg.

[14] [16] "He accepts his injury, he accepts his compromised status in society . Peggy says, 'Forget this. I'm Peggy Carter. I'm going to do something else.' I think that's the difference between the two of them." [17] Considering a potentially romantic relationship between Sousa and Carter, Gjokaj said, "I think there's definitely a situation where.if she hadn't dated Captain America, he might ask her out for a drink.

It's like if your new girlfriend dated Ryan Gosling. It's going to make you sweat a bit." [18] For the second season, Sousa is made chief of the West Coast SSR office. [4] • Shea Whigham as Roger Dooley: The SSR chief who oversees agents Carter, Thompson, and Sousa, [19] until he dies to save his fellow SSR agents at the end of season one. [20] Whigham believes that, unlike many of the other agents, Dooley does respect Carter, saying "I think he likes her.

I think peggy carter cast cares deeply. I'm not sure that he can always show that . these are things that keep him up at night, as well as the other boys, when I send them out on missions." [21] The character was always intended to die during the first season's penultimate episode, to help build stakes for the series given that "everyone knows Peggy lives", so from the beginning Whigham was only hired for the seven required episodes.

[22] Episodes [ edit ] Season Episodes Originally aired First aired Last aired 1 8 January 6, 2015 ( 2015-01-06) February 24, 2015 ( 2015-02-24) 2 10 January 19, 2016 ( 2016-01-19) March 1, 2016 ( 2016-03-01) Season 1 (2015) [ edit ] Main article: Agent Carter (season 1) No.

overall No. in season Title Directed by Written by Original air date [23] U.S. viewers (millions) 1 1 peggy carter cast Now is Not the End" Louis D'Esposito Christopher Markus & Stephen McFeely January 6, 2015 ( 2015-01-06) 6.91 [24] 2 2 " Bridge and Tunnel" Joseph V.

Russo Eric Pearson January 6, 2015 ( 2015-01-06) 6.91 [24] 3 3 " Time and Tide" Scott Winant Andi Bushell January 13, 2015 ( 2015-01-13) 5.10 [25] 4 4 " The Blitzkrieg Button" Stephen Cragg Brant Englestein January 27, 2015 ( 2015-01-27) 4.63 [26] 5 5 " The Iron Ceiling" Peggy carter cast Leto Jose Molina February 3, 2015 ( 2015-02-03) 4.20 [27] 6 6 " A Sin to Err" Stephen Williams Lindsey Allen February 10, 2015 ( 2015-02-10) 4.25 [28] 7 7 " Snafu" Vincent Misiano Chris Dingess February 17, 2015 ( 2015-02-17) 4.15 [29] 8 8 " Valediction" Christopher Misiano Michele Fazekas & Tara Butters February 24, 2015 ( 2015-02-24) 4.02 [30] Season 2 (2016) [ edit ] Main article: Agent Carter (season 2) No.

overall No. in season Title Directed by Written by Original air date [23] U.S. viewers (millions) 9 1 " The Lady in the Lake" Lawrence Trilling Brant Englestein January 19, 2016 ( 2016-01-19) 3.18 [31] 10 2 " A View in the Dark" Lawrence Trilling Eric Pearson & Lindsey Allen January peggy carter cast, 2016 ( 2016-01-19) 3.18 [31] 11 3 " Better Angels" David Platt Jose Molina January 26, 2016 ( 2016-01-26) 2.90 [32] 12 4 " Smoke & Mirrors" David Platt Sue Chung February 2, 2016 ( 2016-02-02) 2.77 [33] 13 5 " The Atomic Job" Craig Zisk Lindsey Allen February 9, 2016 ( 2016-02-09) 2.66 [34] 14 6 " Life of the Party" Craig Zisk Eric Pearson February 16, 2016 ( 2016-02-16) 2.39 [35] 15 7 " Monsters" Metin Hüseyin Brandon Easton February 16, 2016 ( 2016-02-16) 2.39 [35] 16 8 " The Edge of Mystery" Metin Hüseyin Brant Englestein February 23, 2016 ( 2016-02-23) 2.50 [36] 17 9 " A Little Song and Dance" Jennifer Getzinger Story by : Michele Fazekas & Tara Butters Teleplay by : Chris Dingess February 23, 2016 ( 2016-02-23) 2.50 [36] 18 10 " Hollywood Ending" Jennifer Getzinger Story by : Chris Dingess Teleplay by : Michele Fazekas & Tara Butters March 1, 2016 ( 2016-03-01) 2.35 [37] Production [ edit ] See also: Production of season 1 and season 2 Development [ edit ] A potential Agent Carter series was initially brought up in Peggy carter cast 2013 by Louis D'Esposito, after a screening of his Agent Carter One-Shot at San Diego Comic-Con.

peggy carter cast By September, Marvel Television was developing a series inspired by the short film, featuring Peggy Carter, and was in search of a writer for the series. [38] In January 2014, ABC Entertainment Group president Paul Lee confirmed that the show was in development, and revealed that Tara Butters and Michele Fazekas would act as the series' showrunners. [39] Chris Dingess also serves as a showrunner.

[18] In March 2014, Christopher Markus & Stephen McFeely, writers of the Captain America films, stated that they envisioned the series, which had not yet been greenlit, as a limited series of approximately 13 episodes. [40] By April 2014, there were indications that the series would be ordered straight to series, bypassing a pilot order, and would air between the late 2014 and early 2015 portions of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., if that series got a second season renewal.

[41] On May 8, 2014, ABC officially ordered the series for eight episodes, [42] [43] with executive producers Butters, Fazekas, Markus, McFeely, Dingess, Kevin Feige, Louis D'Esposito, Alan Fine, Joe Quesada, Stan Lee, and Jeph Loeb.

[2] The series was renewed for a second season on May 7, 2015, of 10 episodes. [44] [45] Writing [ edit ] It's a really rich period in history, where this giant opposition we had going for 10 years with the Nazis is gone, and we're not completely positive what the rules are anymore. Who gets the scientists? Who gets the secrets? It's all on the table. Everyone developed these skills in World War II. People became spies, people became murderers. And suddenly the war was over, and they came back, and it's like, 'Wow, I know how to do some shit.

Now, what do I do with this?' It's nice to play with that assortment of characters. An office, basically full of people who just came back from the war. There's no telling what any peggy carter cast them experienced last year. —Co-creator Christopher Markus on exploring the dynamic of 1940s characters.

[46] Markus and McFeely stated in March 2014 that the series would be set in 1946 initially, occurring in the middle of the timeline established in the One-Shot, and would focus on one case for Carter. Additional seasons would then advance a year and examine a new case.

[40] Despite working on Captain America: Peggy carter cast War at the same time, Markus and McFeely remained involved with the series after writing the first script.

[47] When the showrunners joined the series, they went on a "mini-camp" with Markus and McFeely to develop the series from a pilot script written by the pair. [48] They looked to several different influences outside of Marvel in developing the series, including Raiders of the Lost Ark, L.A.

Confidential, and the works of author James Ellroy. [18] Elaborating on deviating from the comics, Fazekas said, for example, "if we're using a minor character or a bad guy from an old comic book, we don't have to adhere to what that character was in that comic book from 1945.

Because there are so many different iterations of a specific character, you can't be true to every single one." [49] ABC asked the producers to not have the series follow a "Gadget of the Week or Bad Guy of the Week" model, and instead focus on telling the story of Carter balancing her personal and professional lives.

Fazekas called this "such a nice change" from previous television experience, with the group feeling free to drop whole story ideas in favor of focusing on the series' central storyline. [48] On the time periods the series could potentially explore following the first season given Carter's role in Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Atwell said, "I think peggy carter cast great thing about the fact that I've already played her at the end of her life means that we know .

[Now] we have an opportunity, if the show does go into second and third and fourth and fifth [seasons], we know that we can explore all of these aspects of her character because we know she lives such a long life and she's had a fulfilled life. I think what's going to start happening in Season 1 is seeds are going to be planted as to what happens in her personal life—and yet it's still open to the possibility of new men coming into her life, deepening relationships with the men that we discover in Season 1.

Obviously, the era is 1946 but in the second, third, fourth, fifth season—if it goes onto that—we can explore different time periods. We can explore the late forties, the early fifties, the sixties, the seventies, the eighties, up until present day, so it's very exciting because of that." [6] However, Butters clarified that future seasons would likely stay in the same time period, possibly changing location to a place like Hollywood or Europe, to remain in a pre-S.H.I.E.L.D.

setting and avoid competing with Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. [50] This was the case with the second season, which moved the series to 1947 Los Angeles. peggy carter cast Casting [ edit ] Atwell, who portrayed Carter in Captain America: The First Avenger, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, and the Agent Carter short film, expressed interest in returning as the character in October 2013, [52] before Lee confirmed her involvement in January 2014.

[39] That August, Chad Michael Murray and Enver Gjokaj were cast as SSR agents Jack Thompson and Daniel Sousa, respectively, [16] while James D'Arcy was cast the next month as Edwin Jarvis, [8] the character who would eventually inspire the artificial intelligence J.A.R.V.I.S.

from the MCU films. [9] Shea Whigham was also cast, as SSR chief Roger Dooley. [19] Atwell, D'Arcy, Gjokaj, and Murray returned for the second season. [4] Design [ edit ] Costumes [ edit ] The costume designer for the series was Giovanna Ottobre-Melton, who felt comfortable with the series' period setting after spending months researching American styles in the 1940s for the 2013 television series Mob City.

[53] She noted that "many comic books were all blended by the color, style, and fabrics" from 1940s New York. [54] Due to the large amount of action in the series, fabrics "with the feel and texture of the 1940s" had to be sourced in large quantities, to allow for the creation of four, five, or more of each costume. [53] Ottobre-Melton's process "for each episode, [is to] read the script first, and then search for historic photos that relate to what the episode is about.

Afterwards I chose the fabrics, and then begin to design the outfits." [54] Props [ edit ] When creating the gadgets for the series, the writers noted the need to combine the period setting with the influence of Howard Stark, who opens the door to "things that are fantastic for the time period".

They worked closely with the props department to develop technology that appears "both retro and futuristic at the same time", with Fazekas explaining that the goal was to avoid a science fiction look, so the fantastical aspects were reserved solely for function while the aesthetic was kept within the realms of that time period.

[55] Filming [ edit ] Filming for the series took place in Los Angeles, with the story's location shifting from New York City to Los Angeles with the second season to capitalize on this.

[56] [57] Gabriel Beristain, cinematographer for the One-Shot and the first season of the series, used a combination of modern digital technology and traditional analog techniques to replicate the feel of classic films that are set in the 1940s, but to also have the convenience and consistency of modern technology, such as using the Arri Alexa digital camera, along with Leica Lenses and silk-stocking diffusion nets.

[58] [59] Edward J. Pei took over as cinematographer for the second season. [60] Stunt coordinator Casey O'Neill, who also worked on the One-Shot and Captain America: The Winter Soldier, incorporated the specific fighting styles of the characters, such as the more "CIA-trained" fighting of Carter or the more acrobatic, " Black Widow"-inspired style of antagonist Dottie Underwood.

[61] [62] Visual effects [ edit ] Sheena Duggal served as visual effect supervisor, returning in the same capacity from the Agent Carter One-Shot, [63] with the visual effects for the series created by Industrial Light & Magic (ILM), Base FX, [64] and later DNeg TV. [65] [66] Duggal worked closest with ILM, who coordinated with Base and DNeg to ensure a "seamless workflow".

The majority of peggy carter cast series' visual effects work focuses on set extensions to depict the peggy carter cast setting, as well as the more fantastical aspects such as Howard Stark's inventions, [65] or Zero Matter and Jason Wilkes' intangibility in the second season.

[66] Music [ edit ] In June 2014, Christopher Lennertz, who composed the music for the Agent Carter One-Shot, talked about potentially working on the series, saying, D'Esposito "told me last summer at Comic-Con that there was a possibility this was going to become a series. And he said that if he was going to be involved, he wanted me to be involved, too." [67] In September 2014, Lennertz officially signed on to compose for the series. [68] Lennertz combined all the different style elements of the show in the music, such as mixing jazz and period elements, with orchestra and electronic elements.

Lennertz said, the music is "always done from a sense of being sort of in control and savvy and clever, rather than just being strong or just having a superpower or sort of being so much further along peggy carter cast anybody else physically. Part of it was just trying to make it that she's just smarter than everybody else. She's got such command over so many of these situations, and that was the most important thing was to give her that personality." [69] A soundtrack album for the first season was released on iTunes on December 11, 2015, [70] and the single "Whatcha Gonna Do (It's Up to You)" from the second season was released on March 18, 2016.

[71] Marvel Cinematic Universe tie-ins [ edit ] We work really closely with Eric Carroll in Marvel Studios. He's sort of the guy who tells us, "Well, you can't really do this to that thing, because that's going to step on this project.

But what if you do this?" They're really generous with that world. peggy carter cast on working in with MCU canon [72] Because Carter originated from the peggy carter cast, Fazekas said Marvel Studios co-presidents Feige and D'Esposito were very invested in the production of the series and called them "really collaborative and very generous with their world".

[49] Markus, talking about the series' place in the greater architecture of the MCU, later said "you really only need to drop the tiniest bit of hint and its connected.

You don't have to go, 'Howard Stark's wearing the same pants that Tony wears!' . Everything is enhanced just by the knowledge that its all connected." [47] Butters said, "We always want to feel like you see us as a piece of [the MCU]. But because of our time period, we kind of are on our own a little bit." [73] In July 2014, Fazekas explained the series' relationship with the One-Shot by saying, "The short really is the basis for the series. [Carter]'s working at SSR, post-war.If you think of the short as sort of the end of the series, the series would be leading up to that moment where she gets assigned to S.H.I.E.L.D." [74] Markus reiterated this in January 2015, but acknowledged that it would be harder to keep continuity with the short the longer they peggy carter cast the series.

[47] The first season introduces the origins of the Black Widow and Winter Soldier programs, which both appear in several MCU films, [75] [76] [77] while the second season shows the discovery of the Darkforce (known as Zero Matter in the series), which previously appeared in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and has ties to the Marvel characters Doctor Strange and Cloak. [78] [79] Release [ edit ] Broadcast [ edit ] Agent Carter aired on ABC in the United States, [80] in 720p high definition and 5.1 surround sound.

[81] It also aired on CTV in Canada, and TV2 in New Zealand. [82] [83] In October 2014, Channel 4, the peggy carter cast that airs Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. in the United Kingdom, stated that they did not "have any current plans [to air] Agent Carter".

[84] In June 2015, FOX UK purchased the broadcast rights for the United Kingdom, [85] with the series premiering on July 12, 2015. [86] In February 2016, the series was announced to air on 7flix in Australia. [87] Home media [ edit ] Season DVD and Blu-ray release dates Region 1 Region 2 Region 4 1 September 18, 2015 [88] November 30, 2015 [89] December 7, 2016 [90] 2 TBA December 5, 2016 [91] March 1, 2017 [92] The complete first season became available on Blu-ray and DVD on September 18, 2015, as an Amazon.com exclusive.

[88] On November 29, 2017, Hulu acquired the exclusive streaming rights to the series. [93] Both seasons of Agent Carter were made available on Disney+ at launch, on November 12, 2019. [94] Reception [ edit ] Ratings [ edit ] Viewership and ratings per season of Agent Carter Season Timeslot ( ET) Episodes First aired Last aired TV season Viewership rank Avg.

viewers (millions) 18–49 rank Avg. 18–49 rating Date Viewers (millions) Date Viewers (millions) 1 Tuesday 9:00 pm 8 January 6, 2015 6.91 [24] February 24, 2015 4.02 [30] 2014–15 74 7.14 46 2.3 [95] 2 10 January 19, 2016 3.18 [31] March 1, 2016 2.35 [37] 2015–16 109 4.37 88 1.4 [96] Maureen Ryan of Variety blamed both seasons' low viewership on "the questionable scheduling decisions" made by then ABC president Paul Lee, saying that the series "has received lackluster promotion, especially [for its peggy carter cast season].

The botched rollout of season two included a changed premiere date and episodes that were difficult to access in advance on Marvel's dreadful media site. Capping the mishandling is the fact that the full first season was only made available on ABC.com days before season two began, which frustrated viewers who might have wanted to jump on board in advance." [97] Critical response [ edit ] Critical response of Agent Carter Season Rotten Tomatoes Metacritic 1 96% (50 reviews) [98] 72 (27 reviews) [99] 2 76% (21 reviews) [100] N/A The review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes reported a 96% approval rating with an average rating of 7.9/10 based on 50 reviews for the first season.

The website's consensus reads, "Focusing on Peggy Carter as a person first and an action hero second makes Marvel's Agent Carter a winning, stylish drama with bursts of excitement and an undercurrent of cheeky fun". [98] The second season scored a 76% approval rating with an average score of 8/10 based on 21 reviews. The website's consensus reads, "A move from New York to Hollywood gives Agent Carter new territory to explore, as the series continues to search for a storyline as dynamic as its heroine".

[100] Metacritic, which uses a weighted average, assigned a score of 72 out of 100 based on 27 reviews, indicating "generally favorable reviews" for the series overall. [99] Accolades [ edit ] Year Award Category Nominee(s) Result Ref. 2015 Saturn Awards Best Superhero Adaptation Television Series Agent Carter Nominated [101] Best Actress in a Television Series Hayley Atwell Nominated [101] Best Guest Performance in a Television Series Dominic Cooper Nominated [101] 2016 Visual Effects Society Awards Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects in a Photoreal Episode " Now is Not the End" Nominated [102] Make-Up Artists and Hair Stylists Guild Awards Television and New Media Series – Best Period and/or Character Hair Styling Agent Carter Nominated [103] Saturn Awards Best Superhero Adaptation Television Series Agent Carter Nominated [104] Cancellation [ edit ] Arguing for the renewal of the series for a third season following its low viewership, Ryan said that "letting the show die would be a serious mistake, for the network and for the bigger Disney-ABC conglomerate.These days, entertainment peggy carter cast have to be viewed not just through the lens of their ratings (admittedly weak for Agent Carter).

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They have to be evaluated within the context of the overall value they bring to any entertainment colossus, and what Agent Carter adds to Disney-ABC is simply too valuable to give up . [bringing] something different to the company's superhero portfolio." She suggested if ABC did not renew the series for broadcast, that it should explore other opportunities, such as debuting on its online Watch ABC app, or being sold to Netflix, where "fans of super-heroic storytelling already flock to" and Agent Carter 's "status as a period piece—which may have harmed it on broadcast—could be a real draw for Netflix viewers".

Ryan also felt Marvel "could copy what CBS is doing with Star Trek" by creating a subscription service for a monthly fee, where consumers could access Marvel's films and televisions shows "as well as premium exclusives like a third season of Agent Carter". Ryan concluded, "A third Agent Carter season could help solidify Marvel's standing not just with female fans, but with everyone who appreciates excellent and adventurous storytelling." [97] In March 2016, Fazekas said the producers felt "bad" about the chances for a third season due to the series' low viewership, adding she "would love to see it live on, even if it's in some other form, digital or whatever.

I doubt that there's a Netflix play for it." She also added that ABC wanted some sort of conclusion to the series, and so the writers and producers would find a peggy carter cast to conclude the lingering plot threads in some form if the series was not renewed.

[105] On May 12, 2016, ABC canceled the series. [106] Loeb stated in August 2016 that he did not understand the cancellation, as "there were no conversations" regarding the series' future between ABC and Marvel, with the latter simply receiving a call from ABC saying Agent Carter was canceled. [107] He added that since the networks decide what content they would like from Marvel Television, "if someone wants to call and say, 'We want a two-hour Agent Carter [film special] for May 2017,' boom.

We'll put together the greatest Agent Carter movie we can." [108] Atwell added that she was also not part of the conversation to cancel the series and called it "a network political thing" since ABC wanted her to headline the more "mainstream" drama Conviction "to get their ratings up" instead of staying on Agent Carter, which Atwell felt had gained a "cult following".

[109] After speculation regarding a revival for the series by Netflix, chief content officer Ted Sarandos stated the streaming service passed on reviving Agent Carter because it is "looking for truly original brands to own and in that Marvel space we already have" original Marvel series. He also added that due to existing international broadcasting "deal complexities" for the series, Netflix would not have been able to air Agent Carter globally, as "some of those output partners still had it on the air, so they would argue its covered by their output [deals].

Unfortunately, it was a business decision more than a creative one." [110] When the series was canceled shortly after the release of Captain America: Civil War, in which Carter dies, Meagan Damore of Comic Book Resources felt that "for all intents and purposes" Carter had "effectively been phased out of the Marvel Cinematic Universe", and the universe had subsequently lost "a wonderful role model and.inspiration" to fans of the character and series.

Damore lamented the fact that the second season's cliffhanger ending had been left unresolved, and that viewers would never get the chance to see Carter's "happy ending", despite knowing she gets one, leaving the character's "fate unfulfilled, languishing in the obscurity of 'what could have beens '".

She also noted that Marvel had now lost "the opportunity to show several prominent MCU events, not the least of which is the founding of S.H.I.E.L.D.", and added that despite making "leaps and bounds for women in the MCU, the same [could not] be said for people of color", wishing the series had addressed Asian American women like Hazel Ying Lee, one of 38 Women Airforce Service Pilots who died in the line of peggy carter cast, or Black women like Harriet Ida Pickens and Frances Wills, the first two Black members of the United States Naval Reserve.

[111] Future [ edit ] Suggested spin-off podcast [ edit ] In March 2015, Butters revealed that there had been discussions with Thrilling Adventure Hour co-creator Ben Blacker about turning the fictional Captain America Adventure Program radio show from the first season into a real podcast.

Butters said these well-received segments had not been part of their original pitch to Marvel, and that a second season renewal for the series would help the podcast's chances. She said the potential episodes would be "little fifteen-minute storylines".

[50] Planned third season [ edit ] Before the cancellation, Atwell said on the series' future, "We think that there could be more to come.the [second season] finale doesn't suggest that that's it and they live happily ever after; that's the end.

We know that's not the case. They've done it in a very clever way which wraps up and that gives the audience a very satisfying conclusion but they're not quite finishing it". [112] Fazekas explained that an early idea from Markus and McFeely was to set the third season in London, but "you can put the show anywhere, because it's spies.

[The location is] all going to be peggy carter cast by what story we want to tell. I loved [Los Angeles]. I loved how it looked, I loved how it looked on Peggy. We would be very happy to do another L.A.

season, but we're not married to it." [105] Peggy carter cast added that seeds for a third season had been planted throughout the second, and that the end of the second season—with someone shooting Thompson and taking the M. Carter file—was "very much tied to a third season arc", with the shooter and their reasoning already determined. [113] Atwell said the third season would have gone "further back into [Carter's] past" while having "a possible kind of twist. into something to do with [her] family".

She also added that more insight would have been provided on Carter's brother, Michael. [114] Writer Jose Molina expanded on this in July 2018, stating that the season would have focused on the investigation of the assassination attempt on Thompson, along with the revelation that Michael was still alive and involved in some "very nefarious, super-villainous shenanigans".

[115] Feature films peggy carter cast other television series [ edit ] D'Arcy went on to reprise his role as Jarvis in the MCU film Avengers: Endgame (2019), marking the first time a character introduced in an MCU television series appears in an MCU film. [116] Additionally, Gjokaj reprises his role as Sousa in the seventh season of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. [117] The episode " Alien Commies from the Future!" is set in 1955, eight years after the events of Agent Carter season two, and sees Sousa as the head of the S.H.I.E.L.D.-run Area 51 base.

[118] In " Out of the Past", the S.H.I.E.L.D. team fakes Sousa's death, allowing him to join the team as they travel to future time periods. [119] Potential revival [ edit ] While promoting Endgame, Markus and McFeely were asked about the potential for Agent Carter to be revived by Disney's new streaming service Disney+.

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#1 (Dec. 2014). Art by Siya Oum Publication information Publisher Marvel Comics First appearance Tales of Suspense #75 (March 1966) (unnamed) Tales of Suspense #77 (May 1966) (as Peggy Carter) Created by Stan Lee (writer) Peggy carter cast Kirby (artist) In-story information Full name Margaret Elizabeth Peggy carter cast Team affiliations Daughters of Liberty S.H.I.E.L.D. Avengers Supporting character of Captain America Notable aliases Dryad, Agent 13 Abilities Skilled martial artist and hand-to-hand combatant, markswoman, and tactician Margaret Elizabeth Carter is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics.

She is usually depicted as a supporting character in books featuring Captain America. Created by writer Stan Lee and artist Jack Kirby, she debuted, unnamed, in Tales of Suspense #75 as a World War II love interest of Steve Rogers in flashback sequences. She would later be better known as a relative of Captain America's modern-day significant other, Sharon Carter. Hayley Atwell portrays the Marvel Cinematic Universe version of the character, Margaret "Peggy" Carter.

She first appears in Captain America: The First Avenger (2011), with subsequent appearances in the Marvel One-Shot Agent Carter, Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014), the television series Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Marvel's Agent Carter, Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015), a flashback in Ant-Man (2015), Avengers: Endgame (2019) and in the Disney+ animated series What If.? as an alternate version on Disney+ (2021) and another version in the film Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (2022).

[1] Contents • 1 Publication history • 2 Fictional character biography • 3 Abilities • 4 Other versions • 5 Peggy carter cast other media • 5.1 Marvel Cinematic Universe • 5.2 Television • 5.3 Video games • 6 See also • 7 References • 8 External links Publication history [ edit ] The character debuted in a single panel (and unnamed) as a wartime love interest of Captain America in Tales of Suspense #75 (March 1966), and then receiving a name in #77 (May 1966).

She was created by writer Stan Lee and artist Jack Kirby. [2] [3] She appeared again as the older sister of Sharon Carter in Captain America #161 (May 1973). She was later retconned as Sharon's aunt, then later great-aunt, due to the unaging nature of comic book characters (see Captain America vol.

5 #25 (April 2007)). The character has appeared frequently in Captain America stories set during World War II. [ citation needed] Fictional character biography [ edit ] Dr. [4] Peggy Carter joins the French Resistance as a teenager and becomes a skilled fighter, who serves on several operations alongside Captain America.

[5] The two fall in love, but an exploding shell gives her amnesia and she peggy carter cast sent to live with her parents in Virginia. [6] During the " Original Sin" storyline, it was revealed in 1952 that Peggy Carter worked with Howard Stark and Woody McCord when they investigated an alien ship in Siberia. [7] The three of them worked to keep the alien from being taken by Hydra and had the alien live with Anton Vanko.

[8] In the 1960s, Peggy Carter joined up with S.H.I.E.L.D. for a long tenure. [9] At the time when Captain America resurfaced in the world, Peggy Carter was taking treatments from Doctor Faustus. When she was rescued by Captain America, she maintained her friendship with him.

[10] Peggy Carter later helped Captain America fight the Secret Empire. [11] She also dealt with his decision to stop being Captain America for a while. [12] Peggy helps Captain America when her niece Sharon Carter and some S.H.I.E.L.D. Agents went missing while gathering information on the new Grand Director. [13] Peggy Carter later joined the Avengers' support staff at Avengers Mansion. [14] During her retirement, Peggy lived in a nursing home and started suffering dementia where she couldn't recognize Sharon.

William Burnside later visited Peggy claiming to be the original Captain America. [15] Following her death, [7] Peggy carter cast. erected a memorial statue of her outside the S.H.I.E.L.D. Academy in Newark. [16] Steve Rogers, Nick Fury, and Dum Dum Dugan attended her funeral.

Through unknown means, Peggy Carter was revived and rejuvenated where she joined Sharon in forming the Daughters of Liberty under the alias of Dryad. Besides Sharon, the only other people who knew were Falcon and Winter Soldier. [17] She assisted the group in working to clear Captain America's name when he was framed for the death of Thunderbolt Ross.

Dryad fought Ross' real murder Foreigner until Crossbones and Sin fired a missile at them. Dryad survived while Foreigner presumably perishes. [18] She secretly assists Winter Soldier into feeding false intel on Captain America's whereabouts to Nick Fury Jr.

in order to throw him off. After getting some intel from Baron Strucker's mind, Peggy's location is stormed by Nick Fury Jr. and his men while Peggy was asking Sharon when she is going to tell Captain America about her revival. Peggy tells Nick Fury Jr. that he and his men will have to go through her first if they want peggy carter cast get to Captain America. Peggy subdues the soldiers and holds Nick Fury Jr.

at gunpoint in order to straighten him out. [19] Deciding it's time to let Steve know about her return, Peggy arranged for Daughters of Liberty teammate Agatha Harkness to bring Steve to peggy carter cast. She revealed to him that she has been tracking Aleksander Lukin ever since the event where Lukin and Selene took a soul fragment from Sharon. In addition, Peggy stated to Steve that Lukin was behind the death of Thunderbolt Ross, the attacks of the Watchdogs, and the new Scourge.

Sharon, Falcon, and Winter Soldier enter while explaining why they kept Peggy's revival a secret. Peggy and Winter Soldier reveal to Steve that the soul fragment that manifested as a stone was used to revive Lukin which also revived the remnants of Red Skull's mind that is in him. [17] Abilities [ edit ] Peggy Carter is shown to be a superb hand-to-hand combatant and martial artist, also excelling in using firearms.

She is a highly trained spy, tactician, strategist, and commander. As Dryad, Peggy wears a type of battle armor that is strong enough to protect peggy carter cast from a missile attack and keep her insulated when it is ablaze. Other versions [ edit ] • In the alternate reality created by Scarlet Witch in the 2005 " House of M" storyline, Captain America is peggy carter cast frozen in the Arctic, and instead marries Peggy shortly after World War II ends.

[20] • On Earth-65, Peggy Carter is the long-lived director of S.H.I.E.L.D., much like Nick Fury in the primary peggy carter cast. She also sports an eye patch similar peggy carter cast the one worn by Fury. [21] • Peggy carter cast Super-Soldier: Man of War #1 from Amalgam Comics, Mademoiselle Peggy is a cross between Peggy Carter and DC Comics' World War II version of Mademoiselle Marie.

[22] • In Exiles Vol. 3, the team is later joined by Peggy Peggy carter cast as the Captain America of her universe, accompanied by a female version of Bucky Barnes known as Becky Barnes.

[23] [24] [25] In other media [ edit ] Marvel Cinematic Universe [ edit ] Hayley Atwell, who portrays Peggy Carter in the MCU, at San Diego Comic-Con in 2015 Peggy Carter is portrayed by Hayley Atwell in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).

This version is depicted as a British agent rather than an American. • Peggy Carter first appears in Captain America: The First Avenger, which is set in the early 1940s during World War II. Working for the military, she falls in love with Steve Rogers, who has recently become Captain America.

• She then appears in the Marvel One-Shot short film Agent Carter, which was packaged with the Iron Man 3 Blu-ray disc. The film takes place one year after the events of Captain America: The First Avenger, and features Carter as a member of the Strategic Scientific Reserve, searching for the mysterious Zodiac, [26] and dealing with sexism. [27] • Hayley Atwell starred as Peggy Carter in the series Agent Carter. [28] Set in the immediate post-war years following the events of Captain America: The First Avenger, the series depicts Carter's advancement from routine office work to a position as a celebrated and well-respected agent of the Strategic Scientific Reserve.

In addition, she works with Howard Stark's butler Edwin Jarvis to uncover his framing at the hands of Leviathan. The series aired from January 6, 2015, until March 1, 2016. • In the second season of Agent Carter, it is revealed that Carter had a brother, Michael (portrayed by Max Brown as an adult and Webb Baker Hayes as a boy),with whom she was very close.

After Michael's death in World War II, Carter decides to leave her then-fiancé Fred Wells (portrayed by Kevin Changaris) to join the SSR. It is also revealed that Carter's mother, portrayed by Carole Ruggier, was named Amanda. [ citation needed] • In Captain America: The Winter Soldier, [26] [29] CGI was used to allow Atwell to reprise her role as the now 90 year old Carter when Rogers visits her in her retirement home in peggy carter cast.

[30] • Hayley Atwell portrayed Peggy Carter in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. She appears in the second-season premiere episode " Shadows" where she and the SSR raid a Hydra facility and arrest Werner Reinhardt and Hydra Agents. [31] Carter later appeared in the episode " The Things We Bury" where a flashback shows her interrogating Whitehall. In the season three episode " Emancipation", which occurs during the events of Captain America: Civil War, a newspaper headline is shown that says Agent Carter has died at the age of 95.

• She appears in Avengers: Age of Ultron in Rogers's 1940s hallucination caused by Wanda Maximoff. [ citation needed] • She appears in Ant-Man, in a 1989 flashback, aged in her late 60s, when Hank Pym resigns from S.H.I.E.L.D.

after discovering that Mitchell Carson was trying to replicate Pym's shrinking formula without consent. • She does not appear in Captain America: Civil War, but dies off-screen.

Rogers serves as one of the pallbearers at her peggy carter cast and learns that Sharon Carter is her niece. [32] • She appears in Avengers: Endgame. Using Pym Particles, Rogers time travels to 1970, where he sees her working in her office.

Later, he travels back to the 1940s and they reunite, marry, and grow old together. [33] [34] • Peggy Carter appears in the first episode of the Disney+ animated series, What If.?, based on her depiction in Exiles Vol.

3. In this perspective, she receives the Super-Soldier Serum and becomes a superhero named Captain Carter, with Steve Rogers becoming the "Hydra-Stomper", an early version of Iron Man. [35] • Carter appears in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (2022), as a member of the Illuminati.

[1] Television [ edit ] • Peggy Carter appears in the Captain America segment of The Marvel Super Heroes, voiced by Peg Dixon.

• Peggy Carter is featured in Avengers Assemble. She is alluded in Avengers: Ultron Revolution. Hayley Atwell voices the character in the Avengers: Secret Wars episode "New Year's Resolution." [36] [37] After arresting Doctor Faustus back in 1949 on New Year's Eve, Peggy Carter and Howard Peggy carter cast are attacked by Kang the Conqueror's robots disguised as Hydra agents and brought to the present as part of Kang the Conqueror's plot to eliminate Howard Stark so that his enemy Iron Man 2020 does not exist.

Captain America and Iron Man help to defeat Kang the Conqueror and return Peggy and Howard back to 1949. Video games [ edit ] • Peggy Carter appears in Captain America: Super Soldier, voiced by Hayley Atwell. [38] • Peggy Carter appears in Lego Marvel's Avengers, with Hayley Atwell reprising the role. • Peggy Carter appears in Marvel Puzzle Quest. • Peggy Carter as an alternate version of Captain America appears as a playable character.

She was created as part of the 75th Anniversary of Captain America Promos. [39] • This version of Peggy Carter as Captain America also appears in the comic Exiles. [40] • Peggy Carter in her "Captain America" skin appears in Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2 alongside other versions of characters like Captain America. See also [ edit ] • List of Marvel Comics superhero peggy carter cast References [ edit ] • ^ a b Garbutt, Emily (5 May 2022). "The Illuminati members in Doctor Strange 2, listed and explained".

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Peggy Carter [1] Peg [2] Agent 13 [3] Eva [3] Queen Victoria [1] Your Majesty [1] Captain America's Old Flame [4] English [2] England [5] Liaison [2] Ruth Barton [6] Marge [7] Miss Union Jack [8] Rocky Graziano [9] The Lone Ranger [10] Miss Wendy [10] Wanda [11] Doctor Katherine Wexford [12] Moe [13] "The world has changed, and none of us can go back.

All we can do is our best. And sometimes. the best that we can do is to start over." ―Peggy Carter to Steve Rogers [src] Doctor Margaret Elizabeth "Peggy" Carter, Ph.D., [18] was one of the most prominent agents of the Strategic Scientific Reserve during and after World War II and one of the founders of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Originally a code-breaker working at Bletchley Park, she joined the Special Operations Executive peggy carter cast her brother's death. Carter later joined the SSR, formed to fight HYDRA.

On the mission in Germany, she saved Abraham Erskine from Johann Schmidt. The success of her mission peggy carter cast the SSR to start Project Rebirth and develop their Super Soldier Serum to make the army of Super Soldiers. During the project, she had befriended Steve Rogers, one of the project's candidates. In 1943, after the abrupt end of Project Rebirth and Rogers' transformation into the only Super Soldier, Carter assisted him in becoming the peggy carter cast first superhero, eventually falling in love with him.

After Rogers' disappearance in 1945, she continued the SSR's fight against HYDRA, capturing the last high-ranking HYDRA officer Werner Reinhardt, and continuing her service in the SSR once the War ended. As an agent of the SSR, Carter helped former colleague Howard Stark clear his name when he was accused of being a traitor, and later traveled to Los Angeles where she clashed with Whitney Frost over the extra-dimensional Zero Matter.

She helped Stark found the new peacekeeping organization, the Strategic Homeland Intervention, Enforcement and Logistics Division, better known by its acronym S.H.I.E.L.D. Carter eventually married an Allied soldier and became a mother of two children, though she would continue her service in S.H.I.E.L.D.

during the turbulent years of the Cold War, becoming the agency's director by 1970. By the beginning of the 21st century, Carter retired and saw her great-niece, Sharon Carter, follow in her footsteps. During her retirement, a young Rogers was pulled from the ice and found to be alive, but by this time she had been diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease and struggled to recognize him. She died peacefully in her sleep in 2016.

Contents • 1 Biography • 1.1 Early Life • 1.1.1 Childhood • 1.2 World War II • 1.2.1 The Codebreaker • 1.2.2 Joining the Strategic Scientific Reserve • 1.2.3 Training Rebirth Candidates • 1.2.4 Project Rebirth • 1.2.5 Assassination of Abraham Erskine • 1.2.6 Further Testing • 1.2.7 Reunion with Captain America • 1.2.8 Liberation of Allied Prisoners of War • 1.2.9 Working with Captain America • 1.2.10 Losing Steve Rogers • 1.2.11 Peggy carter cast the Obelisk • 1.2.12 End of the War • 1.2.13 No Deal for the Devil • 1.3 Post-War Activities • 1.3.1 Howard Stark's Problem • 1.3.2 Nitramene • 1.3.3 Destruction of the Roxxon Refinery • 1.3.4 Further Investigation • 1.3.5 Comfort • 1.3.6 Humiliating Sacrifice • 1.3.7 Finding the Weapons • 1.3.8 Howard Stark's Peggy carter cast • 1.3.9 The Hunt for Leviathan • 1.3.10 Search for an Assassin • 1.3.11 Chased by the SSR • 1.3.12 Interrogation • 1.3.13 The Death of Roger Dooley • 1.3.14 Massacre at the Cinema Theater • 1.3.15 Peggy carter cast of Howard Stark • 1.3.16 Raid of Howard Stark's Warehouse • 1.3.17 Letting Go • 1.3.18 Capturing Dottie Underwood • 1.4 Investigation in Los Angeles • 1.4.1 Isodyne Energy • 1.4.2 Kidnapping of Jason Wilkes • 1.4.3 Learning of Zero Matter • 1.4.4 On the Run • 1.4.5 Infiltration of Isodyne Energy Headquarters • 1.4.6 Seeking the Truth • 1.4.7 Snooping in the Arena Club • 1.4.8 Investigating Whitney Frost • 1.4.9 Assault at the Mansion • 1.4.10 The Real Whitney Frost • 1.4.11 Kidnapping of Rufus Hunt • 1.4.12 Questioning Rufus Hunt • 1.4.13 Infiltrating Roxxon • 1.4.14 Desperate Measures • 1.4.15 Prepping Underwood • 1.4.16 Growing Closer to Daniel Sousa • 1.4.17 Quick Visit • 1.4.18 From Famine to Feast • 1.4.19 Distractions • 1.4.20 Rescuing Jason Wilkes • 1.4.21 Reuniting with Daniel Sousa • 1.4.22 Stopping Peggy carter cast Frost's Test • 1.4.23 Dreaming with a Song • 1.4.24 Escaping with Edwin Jarvis • 1.4.25 Questioning Vernon Masters • 1.4.26 Rescue of Jason Wilkes • 1.4.27 Deal with Joseph Manfredi • 1.4.28 Infiltrating Whitney Frost's Home • 1.4.29 Making their Plan • 1.4.30 Defeat of Whitney Frost • 1.4.31 A Reason to Stay • 1.5 S.H.I.E.L.D.

• 1.5.1 Zodiac • 1.5.2 Later Life • 1.5.3 Braddock's Unit • 1.5.4 Working with Ant-Man • 1.5.5 Hank Pym's Retirement • 1.6 Retirement • 1.6.1 Reunited with Steve Rogers • 1.6.2 Death and Funeral • 2 Personality • 3 Abilities • 4 Equipment • peggy carter cast Weapons • 4.2 Other Equipment • 5 Facilities • 6 Relationships • 6.1 Family • peggy carter cast Allies • 6.3 Enemies • 7 Appearances • 8 Trivia • 9 Behind the Scenes • 10 References • 11 External Links Biography Early Life Childhood "Margaret Elizabeth Carter!

You'll be the death of me, Peggy Carter! Oh, where is my blasted handkerchief? Go on, have a laugh, but one of these days you're going to have to start behaving like a lady." ― Peggy carter cast Carter to Peggy Carter [src] Margaret "Peggy" Carter was born to Harrison and Amanda Carter on Wednesday, April 9, 1921, in Hampstead, England.

She received her education from St Martin-In-The-Fields High School for Girls and at some point gained a PHD from Trinity College, Cambridge. [19] Peggy Carter plays with her older brother Throughout her childhood, Carter almost always held a sense of adventure. She was particularly close to her older brother, Michael, whom she admired.

Her mother often found Peggy's sense of adventure frightening and advised her to act more like a traditional lady. [20] Once, Carter was reprimanded by her school's headmaster for breaking into his home and attempting to steal his wife's underwear and his most expensive bottle of brandy. The incident made Carter a hero to her fellow students. [21] World War II The Codebreaker Carter working at Bletchley Park "Field work?

But they don't send women into the field." "Resistance networks all over Europe need people who won't draw attention walking down the street. They need women and they're recruiting you." ―Peggy Carter and Edwards [src] By 1939, Carter was a member of the British Royal Military, engaging in more simplistic office work that was expected of women of that time.

By 1940 she was working as a codebreaker in Bletchley Park. During this time, Carter became engaged to Fred Wells, a man who worked in her department. Her priorities were called into question when Mr. Edwards informed her that she had been recommended for the Special Operations Executive. Believing that a woman should not fight, Carter turned down the offer. Carter and her brother discuss Fred Wells Carter introduced her fiancé to her brother Michael peggy carter cast their engagement party.

To her disappointment, she discovered that Michael believed Wells was not good enough for her and that his sister had the potential for greater things.

He revealed that he was the one who had recommended Peggy to be a field agent. The pair discussed if this wedding was truly what she wanted, with Michael telling her that as it was not yet her wedding day, she still had time to change her mind. In spite of his assurances that she was meant to be a fighter, Peggy refused to listen and stormed away.

Carter learns of her brother's death Carter continued to focus on her upcoming wedding, having her mother help her try on her wedding dress. The preparations were tragically cut short when the family were informed that Michael had been killed fighting in World War II. His death greatly saddened Carter, who realized she had lost the only person who truly understood who she was. The loss prompted her to reverse her earlier decision and pursue the field agent position, but as a result, the marriage was called off.

[20] Carter eventually joined the British counter-intelligence and security agency MI5. [22] Joining the Strategic Scientific Reserve "I’m Agent Carter. I supervise all operations of this division." "What's with the accent, Queen Victoria? Thought I was signing up for the U.S. Army." ―Peggy Carter and Gilmore Hodge [src] As an MI5 operative, Carter was loaned out to the Strategic Scientific Reserve [22] where she became an advisor. [23] In November 1940, she infiltrated Castle Kaufmann, the headquarters of the Schutzstaffel general Johann Schmidt who also was a leader of HYDRA.

Disguised as the maid, she freed the captured scientist Abraham Erskine, the creator of the Super Soldier Serum, and escaped the castle. [3] Soon, Carter peggy carter cast assigned as a liaison from the British government under Chester Phillips's peggy carter cast to help the Americans combat the Nazis.

[1] In the winter of 1942, Carter spent time in the sewers of New York City. [5] Carter also spent time in the Soviet Union, learning local dialect which kept her from freezing to death. [8] Training Rebirth Candidates Agent Peggy Carter during World War II "Faster, ladies! Come on! My grandmother has more life in her, God rest her soul. Move it!" ―Peggy Carter [src] In June 1943, Carter was assigned to Chester Phillips' training base Camp Lehigh where she met the candidates for Project Rebirth.

Carter called for the recruits for attention and introduced herself as the new supervisor from this particular division. When Gilmore Hodge mocked her English accent, Carter listened to his questions of joining the United Peggy carter cast Army. Carter personally confronts Gilmore Hodge Carter then asked Hodge's name and told him to step forward for their confrontation.

As Carter told Hodge to put his right feet forward, she was hit on by Hodge, being as a person who would like some moves he'll know she'll like. Being offended by his professionalism, Carter promptly punched him across the jaw, much to Colonel Chester Phillips' approval.

Once Phillips arrived and gave a speech to the cadets, taking an instant dislike for Steve Rogers as he believed that soldiers should be better in their operations. Carter watches on for Steve Rogers' training As Rogers trained hard in his attempts to prove himself to be a worthy soldier with the United States Army, he struggled on much of the physical training, managing to get tangled with barbed wire peggy carter cast that Private Hodge had dropped on Rogers and would be forced to crawl through all of the mud.

Sergeant Michael Duffy noticed this predicament which had garnered Carter's attention on the soldiers' training. Carter is impressed by Steve Rogers' skill While Carter oversaw potential candidates' training for Project Rebirth, she continued to watch out for the division on their running exercise.

While out on their run under the orders of Sergeant Michael Duffy, Rogers and the other cadets were offered a ride home if they successfully took down a flag from the top of a pole. Carter watched on until Rogers had taken down the pole and captured the flag, much to her smile for his thought. Carter and Steve Rogers during his training As Carter was impressed by Rogers' approached to the situation with more thought and, rather than attempting to climb up the flagpole, she smiled on the prospect of Rogers giving the flag to Duffy and climbed onto the Jeep.

With that, and Rogers being the first cadet in the camp's history peggy carter cast successfully take the flag, Peggy carter cast looked back at him as an assertion of his cleverness and took him back into Camp Lehigh, much to the other privates' irritation. Carter ordered the cadets to do their exercises In a push up exercise with the whole division, Carter supervised them into shape, telling them to move faster and how her grandmother had more life in her before passing.

While Carter ordered the soldiers to do jumping jacks, she was interrupted by Phillips' grenade, not knowing it was a dud and attempted to do something about it. Much to Phillips' surprise, Rogers jumped over the grenade in order to protect his fellow soldiers from the blast and told everyone to get back. Carter notices Steve Rogers' act of bravery Looking at Rogers' attempt to protect others from the explosive, Carter was surprised by the grenade to be fake, leading to her smiling at Rogers for act of bravery he committed.

Once Rogers realized it was a fake grenade and hadn't exploded, he then asked Carter if it was a test. While from an observant feet away, Phillips had finally relented to Abraham Erskine, much to his annoyance and Erskine's satisfaction. [1] Project Rebirth Carter escorts Steve Rogers to Project Rebirth "Did you have something against running away?" "You peggy carter cast running, they’ll never let you stop.

You stand up, push back. Can’t say no forever, right?" "I know a little of what that’s like. To have every door shut in your face." ―Peggy Carter and Steve Rogers [src] When Steve Rogers was selected as the candidate, Carter and him were driven together to Project Rebirth. On the way, Rogers pointed out many of the locations in New York City where he had been beaten up.

As Rogers and Carter talked about being picked on and ignored for something they could not change, Carter was charmed by his determination and humility, as well as his desire to one day dance with "the right partner." Carter and Steve Rogers arrive at the facility Once they arrived at the Facility under the antique shop, Carter escorted Rogers to where the Strategic Scientific Reserve were awaiting their arrival in order to begin the procedure as was planned.

Carter met an elderly woman who was standing behind the shop desk, giving her a secret code, which granted them access into the secret facility, which was being hidden behind a large bookcase to avoid suspicion from members of the general public. Carter watches Steve Rogers' preparation As soon as they stepped inside the main room, Carter observed all of the scientists turning and looking at Rogers, awaiting the beginning of the experiment, before Doctor Abraham Erskine greeted Rogers.

While Rogers was instructed to remove his shirt, shoes and hat ready for them to begin their experiment, Howard Stark prepped the machinery for the experiment to work as Carter looked back on Rogers for his well being.

Carter watches Steve Rogers' experiment Once Rogers was strapped into the Vita-Ray Chamber, Erskine gave a short speech to Phillips and all the other people watching about exactly how Project Rebirth would work and what their procedure entailed, promising this would be the first step towards bring them to peace during World War II. Carter observed Rogers being injected with to the Super Soldier Serum treatment with group of people in a room. Carter tells Dr. Erskine to shut the machine off Erskine then ordered Stark to peggy carter cast the machine which lifted Rogers before dosing him with Vita Radiation.

Carter witnessed how Rogers was injected with the Super Soldier Serum at Project Rebirth. During the procedure, Rogers began to scream in pain; Carter ordered Abraham Erskine and Howard Stark to stop the procedure, but Rogers insisted he could finish the procedure.

Eventually, the experiment was complete and Rogers finally emerged from their experiment with a greatly enhanced physique. Carter looks at Steve Rogers' transformation Rogers was successfully transformed, growing over a foot in height and gaining incredible muscle mass. Carter was the first to greet Rogers as he stepped out of the Vita-Ray Chamber, asking how he felt, to which the awestruck Rogers could only comment that he felt taller. While Carter gave Rogers a t-shirt to cover himself up, all the other scientists and generals then came down to congratulate the team.

[1] Assassination of Abraham Erskine Carter begins to furiously attack Heinz Kruger "Any hope of reproducing a program is locked in your genetic code. But without Dr. Erskine, it could take years." "He deserved more than this." "If it could only work once, he'd be proud it was you." ―Peggy Carter and Steve Rogers [src] As the celebrations continued, one of the guests, Heinz Kruger, detonated a bomb, destroying much of the lab. Kruger then shot and killed Abraham Erskine before making his escape.

Furious at the thief, Carter began to fire at him with a gun and was able to shoot him in the arm. Carter quickly aims and shoots at Heinz Kruger Carter followed the assassin into the streets of Brooklyn and fired several rounds into the car Kruger was using to escape. Carter managed to shoot the driver, but Kruger turned the car around and drove straight at her.

Carter was saved by Steve Rogers, who pushed her out the way, although Carter insisted she could have stopped him. Rogers gave chase and successfully caught the assassin, but was unable to stop Kruger from killing himself. [1] Further Testing Carter talks to Steve Rogers about the trial "Any hope of reproducing a program is locked in your genetic code.

But without Dr. Erskine, it could take years." "He deserved more than this." "If it could only work once, he'd be proud it was you." ―Peggy Carter and Captain America [src] With Dr. Abraham Erskine now deceased, any hope of reproducing the Super Soldier Serum was seemingly lost. With blood samples being taken from Steve Rogers in hopes to replicate the formula, Carter told him that any sample could be lost and would take years to replicate. As Rogers told her that Erskine deserved better, Carter noted that he'll be proud that his work lied upon him.

Carter talks to Chester Phillips about HYDRA Finding Howard Stark still working on the Fieser Dorsch, Carter explained that HYDRA was the Nazi deep science division that was led by Johann Schmidt. As Colonel Chester Phillips had noted that HYDRA has bigger ambitions and that peggy carter cast Strategic Scientific Reserve had been retasked, Carter tried to ask what Phillips was doing but he declined her assists and told her to pack her bag to fly peggy carter cast to London as well as Rogers.

Carter then listened on as Rogers tried to convince Peggy carter cast to allow him to serve, but Phillips refused. Carter then witnessed Senator Brandt offering Rogers a chance to serve his country. [1] Reunion with Captain America Carter joins to sit with Steve Rogers in Italy "These are your only two options? A lab rat or a dancing monkey? You were meant for more than this, you know. What?" "You know for the longest time I dreamed about coming overseas and be on the front lines.

Serving my country. I finally get everything Peggy carter cast wanted. and I'm wearing tights." ― Captain America and Peggy Carter [src] Chester Phillips was given a new assignment to take the Strategic Scientific Reserve to Europe to take the fight directly to HYDRA, and made Carter and Howard Stark a part of his staff. In November 1943, Peggy carter cast met Steve Rogers again, though at this time he was employed by the United States Government to perform as the United States Army mascot, " Captain America".

Carter tells Steve Rogers about the war Carter who tried to persuade him that he was meant for more than what he was doing, reminding him of the reasons why Abraham Erskine had selected him, commenting on how peggy carter cast Rogers sounded like Senator Brandt when he attempted to defend his recent work. During their conversation, Rogers learned that his friend Bucky Barnes as well as the whole 107th Infantry Regiment had been captured by HYDRA and Phillips was not planning a rescue mission.

Carter hears about the news of 107th Infantry Running across the camp with Rogers, Carter then went immediately confront Colonel Phillips tent who teased Rogers over his Captain America character. As Rogers begged Phillips to inform him if Barnes was alive or dead, with Phillips explaining they believed he was gone, Carter looked upon Rogers as he began to plan on leaving the base camp and left the tent.

Carter then stole weapons and some equipment, including Captain America's Shield, in an attempt to drive to the HYDRA base and find Barnes. Carter agrees to help with Steve Rogers While walking out the camp, Carter asked what Rogers was planning to travel, to which he'll do anything. Carter was then asked by Rogers what she meant when she claimed to believe he was meant for more than children's shows, which she heavily believed on her previous statement. Seeing his determination, Carter convinced Rogers to let her to aid him.

With peggy carter cast help of Stark, Carter convinced him to use the plane peggy carter cast Stark Industries to help Rogers on his mission. Carter is flown into Austria by Howard Stark Once Stark agreed to help Rogers get to his destination at the secret HYDRA base in Austria where war prisoners were held, Carter and Rogers were onboard as they flew to the destination; along the way, Carter gave Rogers a radio to call her should he need extraction.

During the journey, Carter had an awkward conversation with Rogers who mistakenly peggy carter cast she had begun a relationship with Stark. The plane was soon fired upon by enemy guns, so Rogers leaped from the plane while Stark flew Carter to safety. [1] Liberation of Allied Prisoners of War Carter talks to Colonel Chester Phillips "You're late." "I couldn't call my ride." ―Peggy Carter and Captain America [src] After a few days, Steve Rogers still hasn't returned, leading Chester Phillips to pronounce him as killed in action, Carter walked into his tent while Phillips gave his report, she told him that the last surveillance flight is back with no sign of activity.

When Phillips told her that she was neither rich or a weapons contractor like Howard Stark, Carter told she held no regrets and neither did Rogers. Carter witnesses Steve Rogers' surprise arrival With Phillips not caring about her opinion and accused her for having Rogers and other soldiers killed, Carter told Phillips that she had faith in him.

Before he could punish Carter for her part in Rogers' death, Rogers returned to the base with over four hundred rescued soldiers. Carter teased him for arriving late, and Rogers showed her that his radio had been damaged in the fighting.

Bucky Barnes then called for all the people to acknowledge that Captain America was a hero and every soldier cheered and applauded for the man who had saved peggy carter cast prisoners from the clutches of HYDRA and Red Skull.

[1] Working with Captain America Carter is debriefed along with Steve Rogers "What do you think?" "Yes, I think it works." ― Steve Rogers and Peggy Carter [src] Carter was present at the Strategic Scientific Reserve's headquarters in London, along with Chester Phillips and the newly-promoted Steve Rogers. They briefed on what peggy carter cast had learned during his raid on the HYDRA Facility, including the locations of other HYDRA bases across Europe which he had seen on Arnim Zola's map.

In a meeting, they discussed the best way to take down HYDRA bases scattered across Nazi-occupied Europe. Carter gives out orders for Steve Rogers Carter later approached Rogers in a pub while he was putting together a new team for his next missions, donning a stunning red dress.

Carter informed Rogers that Howard Stark had some equipment he wanted Rogers to try in the morning. Although Bucky Barnes tried to ask Carter for a dance, Carter looked only into Rogers' eyes and stated that once the war was over, she intends to go dancing with "the right partner." Carter then told Rogers that Howard Stark needed to see him in the morning and left.

Carter passively argues with Steve Rogers The next morning, Carter became furious at Rogers after catching him being kissed by Phillips' secretary Lorraine. Although Rogers had still desperately tried to dismiss the situation, Carter proceeded to berate him by claiming that he had always wanted to join the United States Armed Forces and had ended up just like any other soldier.

Rogers then accused Carter of having a relationship with Stark, much to her frustration of not understanding women. Carter begins to shoot at Steve Rogers' shield When Carter came to collect Rogers later, she found him trying out the new shield that Stark had created for him; resulting into him taking it due to his instant liking to the shield as he then enthusiastically showed it off to Carter.

Without any warning, Carter was quickly enacting on her earlier jealousy and picked up a gun and shot at Rogers, declaring that the shield works. Carter left leaving Rogers and Stark shocked and impressed with ruthlessness. Carter watches a film reel with Chester Phillips A few months into the war, her anger with Rogers eventually subsided while watching him on a film reel documenting one of his missions; in the footage she saw he had placed a newspaper cutout of her face inside the lid of his compass, which left her quite touched.

Carter eventually received word that Bucky Barnes had been killed on a mission to capture Arnim Zola. Knowing that Rogers would be devastated by the loss of his closest friend, Carter went to find him. Carter visits Steve Rogers in a bar by himself Carter found Rogers sitting alone in the ruins of a bar drinking, being told that due to his cellular regeneration, he can't get drunk. After Carter told about the side effects of his metabolism, Carter tried to comfort him, reminding him that Barnes' death was not his fault.

Once Rogers asked Carter if she read the report, she confirmed that she did, much to Rogers disbelief on those odds. Carter told Rogers that he did everything he could and Barnes must have believed that their mission was worth his sacrifice. Carter comforts Steve Rogers on his grief Although Rogers insisted that Barnes' death during the Capture of Arnim Zola was his own fault, Carter told him that Barnes knew that their mission to bring an end to World War II was worth giving his life for.

As Rogers then said that he would not stop until they had finally defeated HYDRA, while also vowing that he would personally either capture or kill the Red Skull himself to avenge Barnes' sacrifice, Carter reminded him that he would not be alone.

[1] Losing Steve Rogers Carter is debriefed on the upcoming mission "I'll. I'll get Howard peggy carter cast the line. He'll know what to do." "There's not enough time. This thing's moving too fast and it's heading for New York. I gotta put her in the water." "Please don't do this. We have time. We can peggy carter cast it out." ―Peggy Carter and Steve Rogers [src] Following the interrogation of Arnim Zola, it was learned that HYDRA was planning an attack on the United States of America.

Carter attended a briefing run by Colonel Chester Phillips and learned about Red Skull's plans with his Tesseract technology while they discussed their plan to bring an end to HYDRA and Red Skull himself. Along with Howard Stark and the remaining members of the Howling Commandos, crafted a plan in which Steve Rogers break through their defenses.

Carter during Attack on HYDRA Headquarters Once Rogers attacked HYDRA's last base of operations, allowing himself to be captured in order to distract Red Skull and allowed the United States Army time to attack the base.

While Phillips had the called to enter in the base, Carter followed along with the assault force, as the HYDRA soldiers began to fire with their Assault Weapons. While the many soldiers were killed one by one with each fire power, Carter managed survive and broke into HYDRA's base of operation with Phillips killing one of them upfront. Now inside the base, Carter attempted to find where Rogers was located and found him following Red Skull.

Carter abruptly saves Captain America's life Noticing Rogers being pinned down by a HYDRA soldier with his flamethrowers, Carter ran up behind the soldier and fired at the soldier's fuel tank, killing him instantly as is pack was on fire. Rogers then ran straight up to Carter and reminded her of what she had said to him following the Liberation of Allied Prisoners of War by saying she was late. Carter reminded Rogers to focus on capturing Schmidt and watched Rogers retake his shield and then continued his chase.

Carter and Captain America share a kiss Schmidt managed to get to his plane and Rogers gave chase; seeing that he had no chance of catching up, Carter and Phillips stole Johann Schmidt's Coupe and gave Rogers a lift. Just as Rogers got inside the car, they raced after the plane, with Phillips also using the car's boosters to bring them alongside the plane's wing.

Just before Rogers jumped aboard the plane, Carter had shared their first and last kiss and told him to go get Schmidt, before Phillips jokingly insisted that he would not be kissing Rogers as well. Carter watches Steve Rogers fly away As they neared the plane and Rogers prepared to jump on board, with little time to spare as they reached the end of the runway, Phillips was able to stop the car from plunging off a cliff edge while Rogers leaped onto the wheel and flew away with the plane.

As the car had stopped and Phillips had to take a breath, Carter then looked up and watched as the plane flew away with Rogers on board, hoping to succeed on his mission. Carter finally gets a call from Captain America After the base is finally taken, Carter eventually received Rogers' transmission from the Valkyrie; he reported that Schmidt is dead, but the plane was damaged and could still kill countless innocents should it crash.

After Rogers decided to crash the plane into the North Atlantic Sea, Carter begged for him to reconsider, knowing that this would result in his death, but Rogers claimed there was not enough time. Carter cries over the audio of Steve Rogers As the plane made its final descent, Carter and Rogers spoke to each other as if Rogers was not going to crash, arranging a date to finally go dancing, setting up how the date will go and where she promised to teach him how to dance.

When the ship finally crashed, all communications with the plane were then lost, and all Carter could do was to mournfully cry for Rogers' death.

[1] Capturing the Obelisk Carter with the Howling Commandos "These assets are now under the protection of the Strategic Scientific Reserve. They'll be relocated and hidden out of sight, indefinitely.

As will you." "Cut off one head, two more shall grow in its place." "Then I guess we'll keep cutting them off." ―Peggy Carter and Werner Reinhardt [src] Later that year, Carter led a Strategic Scientific Reserve team that included Jim Morita and Dum Dum Dugan into the last HYDRA base, commanded by Werner Reinhardt. After arresting him, she had everything in the base confiscated and labelled.

The label 0-8-4 was placed on an alien artifact in Reinhardt's possession that was shaped like an Obelisk. Carter discussed with Dugan that, with the war ending, a peace time organization was needed to protect the innocent from dangerous technologies and to supervise people like Howard Stark. [24] End of the War Carter looks at Steve Rogers' file after the war In May 1945, Nazi Germany surrendered.

With the war now won, the SSR base in London was disbanding and Carter was there to help with the filing. Chester Phillips came over to her while she was moving boxes and handed her a single folder, containing Steve Rogers' file, which listed him as "inactive". She opened it and found a picture of Rogers prior to his transformation, peggy carter cast fawned over it affectionately. She kept the photo with her for many years after the war to remind her of the man she loved and lost.

[1] No Deal for the Devil Carter interrogates Werner Reinhardt "Your work will be valuable. But if that day comes, I know who I'd want by my side. It isn't you." "We could learn so much together." peggy carter cast, we'll forget – forget you, forget your work. When I leave, no one else will come. No one will hear your stories, study your deadly artifacts. You’ll be buried." ―Peggy Carter and Werner Reinhardt [src] After his capture, Werner Reinhardt was moved to the United States of America and taken to the secret prison known as the Rat.

Seeking to find out more information, Carter peggy carter cast the Rat to interrogate him. They talked about the pen that she had left in his cell to find out what he would do with it.

As many former Nazi scientists were already recruited by the United States government, Reinhardt expressed the wish to be recruited as well, as he considered himself far more valuable than those who would make parlor tricks by sending rockets into space.

Carter gives Werner Reinhardt a life sentence Carter then mentioned his many war crimes, but he offered to help her understand the items the Strategic Scientific Reserve has confiscated from his last commanding post. He told her about the myth about the "stars" and revealed that the artifacts were of extraterrestrial origin. The disdain that Carter had for Reinhardt outweighed her curiosity about the " blue angels" he described, so she sentenced him to a life term in the Rat, promising him that as long as she had a say, he would never be freed as long as she was alive.

[25] Post-War Activities Howard Stark's Problem Carter in her room, preparing for work "I figured you'd never have a problem finding a man." "The trick is finding the right one." ― Howard Stark and Peggy Carter [src] Carter peggy carter cast to work at the SSR Following the end of World War II, Carter found herself still working for the Strategic Scientific Reserve under the cover of working for a phone company.

Having few friends in New York City, she peggy carter cast together with her friend Colleen O'Brien. Despite her work during the war, many of the men at the office still viewed her as nothing more than Captain America's "liaison". At one meeting, peggy carter cast discussed Howard Stark being accused of selling his weapons to enemies of the United States of America, and though Carter tried to defend Stark based on their past relationship, the other agents rebuffed her.

When Ray Krzeminski insulted her, Daniel Sousa came to her defense; Carter thanked him but told him she did not need his help. Carter says goodbye to Howard Stark Later at the L&L Automat, Carter found a note that told her to go into the back alley, where Carter met with Stark and his butler, Edwin Jarvis.

In the car, Stark told Carter he was being framed, claiming that someone had stolen his inventions that he considered to be too dangerous for anyone to possess, while he was vacationing in Monaco. He told her that he ran because he knew that the SSR would consider him guilty. Stark asked Carter to help peggy carter cast clear his name and find the true criminals behind the theft. As he departed for Europe to track down some of the stolen items, Stark told her to find a document with the formula of one of his inventions, molecular Nitramene, before it could be sold on the black market.

[2] Nitramene Carter covers for Howard Stark "Mr. Raymond, is this a bad peggy carter cast "We'll only know after it's over. Bring the rest of you in here." ―Peggy Carter and Spider Raymond [src] In searching for the stolen weapons, Carter balanced actively investigating the theft while avoiding the Strategic Scientific Reserve scrutiny and other agents looking for the same clues without similar motivations concerning Howard Stark.

She even fabricated some stories, such as Stark attempting to kiss her during V-E Day and throwing him to the River Thames, where he had to be rescued because he did not know how to swim. With this story, Carter made Daniel Sousa not follow a correct lead about Stark escaping by boat.

Carter searches for Spider Raymond Carter, disguising herself with a wig and sparkling evening dress, went to a known fence, Spider Raymond, peggy carter cast to sell the Nitramene formula. Carter successfully made her way into Raymond's office, where she encountered him and used her ability to seduce men easily to try and obtain the the Nitramene.

However, Raymond forcefully kissed Carter, causing him to go unconcious, due to the Peggy carter cast Dreams Lipstick she was wearing.

Ruining her plan, Carter started looking for the Nitramene, which was located in a safe that she was able to open. Carter discovers the Nitramene Carter then discovered that the formula had been used to create bomb, so she called Edwin Jarvis for assistance.

When Carter confirmed that the bomb was glowing, Jarvis informed her to be careful with it, as it could create a massive implosion. However, Jarvis was unable to provide further assistance, due to his wife returning, leaving Carter on her own. Carter then went to leave, but discovered several SSR agents present.

Once she knew she was clear, Carter left and rushed back home. Carter mourns Colleen O'Brien Once she got back, she spoke with Colleen O'Brien, who asked about where she had been. When she went to sleep, Carter began to disarm the bomb in the bathroom, and was successful. When she heard a noise, she discovered that O'Brien had been murdered, and Carter was then attacked by Sasha Demidov. Carter fought him off, injuring him in the process, and went to mourn the death of her friend.

Enlisting the aid of Jarvis, Carter followed up a lead concerning the production of the Nitramene weapon based on information from one of Stark's associates, Anton Vanko. [2] Destruction of the Roxxon Refinery Carter finds and threatens Leet Brannis " Leviathan is coming." "Who?" "They'll tell you themselves soon enough. You're not gonna like the future such as it is." ― Leet Brannis and Peggy Carter [src] Tracking possible production to the factory owned by the Roxxon Corporation, Carter and Jarvis stumbled upon a whole production line of the weapons.

Carter confronted Leet Brannis who told her that she could not stop Leviathan before setting one of the Nitramene bombs to implode. He escaped peggy carter cast the Daisy Clover truck filled with a new batch of the Nitramene bombs while Carter raced back to Jarvis's waiting car.

They barely escaped as the bomb went off and the resulting implosion reduced the Roxxon factory to rubble. [2] Further Investigation Carter disguised as Ruth Barton Following the implosion, Carter then went to Howard Stark's Penthouse to rest. The next morning, posing as health inspector Ruth Barton, she found the name of the driver of the Daisy Clover milk truck, Sheldon McFee. She was then called in by Roger Dooley to help in discovering who was involved in the explosion by bringing to him a Vita-Ray Detector.

While scanning Roxxon Corporation employees, Carter recognized one of the men as a guard she encountered while infiltrating the refinery. Carter then suggested to Dooley that they scan the workers' clothes for traces of Vita Radiation instead of their lab coats; Miles Van Ert tried to flee only to be easily incapacitated by Carter. Carter fights Sheldon McFee Carter and Jarvis went to the residence of Sheldon McFee; Carter encountered him and defeated him, tying him up. Brannis attempted to flee in McFee's milk truck, but Jarvis temporarily disabled it.

As Carter and Jarvis drove back to Manhattan with Brannis in tow, they were attacked by Sasha Demidov again. Carter engaged him on top of the truck and after a brutal fight, managed to defeat him and stuck his hand to the truck as she and Jarvis escaped with Brannis.

The truck, which was full of Nitramene, safely exploded inside the ocean. [6] Comfort Edwin Jarvis tends to Carter's injuries "There is not a man or woman, no matter how fit he or she may be, who is capable of carrying the entire world on their shoulders." " Steve was." "From what Mr.

Stark has told me, Captain Rogers relied heavily on you.

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For courage, strategy, and moral guidance." ― Edwin Jarvis and Peggy Carter [src] Back at Howard Stark's Penthouse, Edwin Jarvis tended to her wounds and told Carter that despite all her skills she could not handle everything by herself. When Carter argued that Steve Rogers could, Jarvis reminded her that Rogers would often rely on her for moral guidance and strength. He asked her to let him help her more; Carter felt comforted by his words and told him to continue stitching her wound.

Carter is interviewed by Miriam Fry Carter decided to accept the invitation by Angie Martinelli to have an interview at the Griffith Hotel. Martinelli introduced Carter to the other tenants before her interview with Miriam Fry. Despite feeling that she had given two responses to the first couple of questions, Carter quickly worked out the sort of women Fry wanted at the hotel and lied about her dependence on men and desire to be married.

Pleased with these answers, Fry told Carter the rules of the hotel, which included no men above the first floor, and allowed her to move into the room next door to Martinelli. [6] Humiliating Sacrifice Carter is yelled at by Roger Dooley "Do you have any idea how stupid that was?" "I didn't-" "Exactly. You didn't think." ― Roger Dooley and Peggy Carter [src] Carter and Edwin Jarvis prepared to investigate the vault where Howard Stark's weapons were stolen but, before they peggy carter cast begin, Agents Jack Thompson and Daniel Sousa knocked on the door which questioned Jarvis and took him in for further interrogation.

When Jarvis was threatened with the concept of him and his wife Ana Jarvis being deported due to a treason that Jarvis had committed during World War II, Carter knew she had to free him. Carter took the police theft report of Stark's car and later told Roger Dooley that she mistakenly took the report in Jarvis' presence, thus freeing him from his interrogation. She was taken into Dooley's office and humiliated in front of the rest of the SSR agents for being a seemingly incompetent agent.

Dooley ordered her to apologize to Thompson who claimed that a sorry did not begin to make up for what she had caused. Carter and the rest watched as Jarvis was freed, leaving Dooley furious. [5] Finding the Weapons Carter fights Jerome Zandow "I'm not afraid to kill a woman." "Would it make a difference if I tell you I won't make it easy?" ― Jerome Zandow and Peggy Carter [src] After being reprimanded by an angry Dooley, she and Jarvis continued their investigation and found the ship that had some of Stark's stolen inventions.

Finding the weapons, Carter prepared to call the find in, but Jarvis told her it would be too risky, and he called it in himself as an anonymous tipster.

While waiting for Jarvis on The Heartbreak, Carter was confronted by Jerome Zandow, who attacked her. Jarvis came to her aide and together the two managed to subdue him and escape. The next day Carter found out that Ray Krzeminski had been killed. Deeply saddened by his death, she went to Angie Martinelli and confided in her and told her that despite all of Krzeminski's flaws, he was still a man good at his job. [5] Howard Stark's Return Carter peggy carter cast to sneak Howard Stark back "So thank you, Howard, for reminding me of who Steve was and what I aspire to be." ―Peggy Carter to Howard Stark [src] Carter and Edwin Jarvis sneaked Howard Stark back into the States through a train car by making a deal with two subordinates of smuggler Otto Mink; the deal went south when one of the men decided they should get paid more, forcing Carter to knock them out and free Stark.

Carter attempted to take Stark to his penthouse, but it was being guarded by Yauch. Thinking of nowhere else to safely put him, Carter sneaked Stark into her apartment at the Griffith Hotel. Howard Peggy carter cast gives Carter another mission The next day, Stark gave Carter a Camera Pen to take pictures of the devices the SSR had confiscated.

Later that day, Stark lied to Carter, telling her that the reason he came back was because the SSR had one of his most dangerous inventions, the Blitzkrieg Button, and he wanted it returned to him so he could deactivate it.

On the way to the New York Bell Company Office, Carter started to get suspicious when she noticed Jarvis' nervous behavior. Carter discovers Steve Rogers' blood Discovering the device, Carter, against her better judgement, decided to activate it.

The device opened, revealing a vial of blood. Returning to the Griffith, Carter asked Stark what was in the vial; after some reluctance, he revealed it to be Steve Rogers' blood. Angered, Carter punched Stark and berated him despite Stark's attempt to justify himself.

Carter accused him of only wanting to make money and decided to cut all ties with him. [7] The Hunt for Leviathan Carter ignores Edwin Jarvis' apologes "I am a federal agent, Mr. Jarvis." "Yes. Finely peggy carter cast and skilled in the art of fetching coffee." ―Peggy Carter and Edwin Jarvis [src] Carter headed to work when Edwin Jarvis tried to apologize for Howard Stark's lying to her; however, Carter refused to forgive Stark or Jarvis.

Jarvis pointed out that the SSR would never treat her like an equal; Carter told him that she would make them change their minds. Carter prepares for her mission to Belarus At the New York Bell Company Office, the office was busy as Daniel Sousa told Carter that the Remote Typewriter had activated and that they had a cryptographer working on it. The cryptographer, however, proved to be having trouble decoding the message.

Carter saw that the original language was Russian and easily decoded it, revealing to the others that the message was apparently Leviathan making a deal with Howard Stark for weapons in Belarus.

Roger Dooley quickly told Jack Thompson to prepare a team to go to Belarus. Carter insisted that she come along, much to Thompson's and Dooley's chagrin. Carter pointed out that she had decoded the message and knew the way of the land in Russia, including knowing skills of how to survive in the peggy carter cast.

Dooley acquiesced when Carter got them the assistance of the Howling Commandos. Carter and Dum Dum Dugan tell war stories In Russia, Carter met up peggy carter cast the Commandos, which consisted Dum Dum Dugan, Happy Sam Sawyer, Pinky Pinkerton and Junior Juniper. Carter supplied Dugan with his favorite alcohol as payment for assisting her with the mission. As the two groups rested for the night they shared war stories.

When Thompson sat down, they encouraged him to share peggy carter cast of his war stories. After some reluctance, Thompson told them the story of how he single-handedly killed Japanese soldiers that were attacking his unit while they were asleep, earning him a medal for bravery. Carter and the Howling Commandos in Russia The next day the group arrived at the Red Room Academy where they split up. Carter, Juniper, and Dugan realized that the facility was a school where they encountered Eva who quickly became hostile, stabbing Dugan and killing Juniper.

Carter met up with Thompson's group and together they decided to leave. On their way out, they came upon two prisoners named Nikola and Ivchenko. The two had revealed that they had been kidnapped because of Nikola's intelligence and Ivchenko's status as a doctor to treat Nikola.

They also revealed that Leviathan had stolen weapons from Stark. Freeing them, the group was pinned down by reinforcements and Mike Li was shot. When Nikola attempted to bargain Sawyer for his freedom, Li used the last of his strength to shoot him and the group escaped. Carter with Dum Dum Dugan in Russia Parting ways, Carter said goodbye to Dugan, who jokingly code-named her "Miss Union Jack", and Ivchenko, having nowhere else to go, decided to go back with Carter and the others to use what he knew to help the SSR against Leviathan.

On the plane ride home, Carter tried to cheer Thompson up about freezing during peggy carter cast gunfight. Thompson revealed to her that the soldiers who seemingly attacked his unit were actually surrendering and told her that he had been struggling on how to tell that story.

Carter reassured him that he already did. Back in the U.S. Thompson and Carter reported to Dooley and told him of their findings. Thompson then invited Carter for some drinks. [8] Search for an Assassin Carter questions Ivchenko "Agent Carter.

A word." "Chief Dooley, I really must insist you allow me to continue to–" "Carter, could you just zip it for a minute? Geez. Look, your work in Russia was admirable, but this is still my operation." ― Roger Dooley and Peggy Carter [src] With Ivchenko now with the SSR and willing to help in their investigation, Carter, Jack Thompson and Roger Dooley began to question him about Leviathan.

Carter showed particular interest in Leviathan's training of young female assassins, as she believed a female assassin was responsible for the killing of Ray Krzeminski and had peggy carter cast seduced Howard Stark to steal his weapons.

Dooley ordered her to dig deeper and learn more about the Leviathan's female assassins. Carter visits Howard Stark's old lovers Carter called on Edwin Jarvis for assistance again and together they visited many of Stark's former lovers of the last six months to see if they could be an assassin. Carter believed that they would have scarred wrists from being handcuffed to beds their entire lives. In the end, there was only one woman named Ida Emke that they peggy carter cast unable to locate.

[26] Chased by the SSR Carter is cornered by Jack Thompson "Come on, Carter. Let's go." "I can explain everything. All of it." ― Jack Thompson and Peggy Carter [src] Carter and Jarvis visited the L&L Automat to discuss their next move.

While there, Peggy carter cast realized that many SSR agents had arrived and ordered all civilians to safety. Knowing she was about to be arrested, Carter and Jarvis fought off the agents and tried to escape. Outside they were cornered by Jack Thompson; however, Carter was able to disarm him and knock him out. Next, Peggy carter cast Sousa tried to arrest her but Carter told him that he would never be able to shoot her; he let peggy carter cast go, promising her that she would be caught.

Carter hides from the SSR Carter ran back to the Griffith Hotel in order to collect Steve Rogers' blood. She made it to her room but the SSR was quickly behind her. She collected the blood and decided to hide on the ledge outside the building. Thompson and Sousa searched her room. She was spotted by Angie Martinelli; when the agents went into Martinelli's room to question her, she helped Carter escape by distracting the agents. After they left, Martinelli helped Carter into her room and arranged for a car to take out of town.

Carter said goodbye to her friend and promised to one day tell her everything. Dottie Underwood kisses Carter With the coast clear, Carter tried to make peggy carter cast escape from the Griffith but was stopped by Dottie Underwood. At first, Underwood seemed concerned for Carter's safety, but when she tried to get past, Underwood grabbed her and kissed her. Carter quickly recognized her own Sweet Dreams Lipstick and began to fall unconscious.

Moments before she collapsed, she looked at Underwood's wrist and saw her scars, knowing she was the assassin. Carter awoke in the SSR's car being driven back to headquarters where she was put in the interrogation room where she began to be questioned by Sousa, Thompson and Dooley. [26] Interrogation Carter is brought into the SSR as a prisoner "Agent Carter-" "Miss Carter; I peggy carter cast work here anymore." ― Roger Dooley and Peggy Carter [src] Roger Dooley, Daniel Sousa, and Jack Thompson took turns interrogating Carter using different methods; Dooley used disappointment, Sousa used friendship, and Thompson hoped that Carter would give them Howard Stark.

Carter observed their methodology but none of them seemed to believe what she was trying to tell them. Carter hands over the Blitzkrieg Button Edwin Jarvis came with a fake confession, claiming it was from Howard Stark, and stopped the interrogation.

Dooley told Carter that she was fired from the SSR; Carter cleared what little she peggy carter cast from her desk. However, when she and Jarvis saw Ivchenko using Morse Code to communicate with someone across the street, Carter told the three agents everything that had been happening and allowed Dooley to open the Blitzkrieg Button to see that it contained Steve Rogers' blood sample. [27] The Death of Roger Dooley Carter witnesses Roger Dooley's death "Promise me you'll get the son of a bitch who did this.

Say it!" "We'll catch them." "Attagirl." ― Roger Dooley and Peggy Carter [src] Carter and Jarvis were still in the interrogation room when Dooley, under the thrall of Ivchenko, held them at gunpoint, cuffed them to a desk, and locked them inside, breaking the key.

Carter and Jarvis worked to escape to find Dooley unconscious, wearing the Stark Heat Vest. Carter went to Alex Doobin for help to remove the vest because Jarvis advised that it would explode if removed improperly. Doobin said that he was helpless; Dooley had Carter promise him that she would bring Ivchenko to justice. Carter watched as Chief Dooley jumped from a window as the vest exploded. Carter and the agents wondered what Ivchenko wanted, and she was relieved when the Blitzkrieg Button was still in the laboratory.

Doobin revealed that Item 17 was missing. [27] Massacre at the Cinema Theater Carter witnesses the effects of Midnight Oil "No monster killed these people.

They killed each other." ―Peggy Carter to Jack Thompson [src] Carter, Daniel Sousa and Jack Thompson assisted the New Peggy carter cast City Police Department with investigation a massacre in a theater. Carter realized that the people in the cinema killed each other with their bare hands.

Sousa found a cylinder and accidentally released the Midnight Oil; he then tried to kill Thompson. Carter attempted to help Thompson but Sousa knocked her away before a police officer knocked him out with a baton.

Carter later talked with Sousa after he awakened; he explained that he wanted to kill everyone at that moment. Thompson explained that the chemicals make people highly aggressive and that Ivchenko had enough to kill half of the city.

Carter and the SSR greet Howard Stark While Carter and the others contemplate Ivchenko's motives, Howard Stark entered saying he was his target. Thompson confronted Stark with all the deaths caused by his gas. Stark explained that the gas was called Midnight Oil and that it was designed for soldiers to stay awake.

During the war General John McGinnis raided his laboratory and took all his designs. Learning about the Midnight Oil he decided to use the weapon of Stark on the Russian army to motivate them to attack the Germans and take Finow. However, the weapon made them go into a murderous rage and they started peggy carter cast kill each other. Carter learns the truth about Johann Fennhoff Perusing the files Stark had brought with him, Carter found dossiers on Leet Brannis and Sasha Demidov, who were both at Finow.

As Stark mentioned that Midnight Oil is known to cause asphyxiation, Carter deduced that someone performed laryngectomy on the two survivors, rendering them voiceless. She suspected Ivchenko to be responsible as she opened his file, revealing his true identity as Johann Fennhoff, a master of hypnosis. Stark chose to act as bait so they can lure Ivchenko in. Carter later told Stark that she did not like his plan. Stark expressed that it was his fault for what happened at Finow, and he wanted to redeem himself for the mistakes he had made.

[28] Kidnapping of Howard Stark Carter takes cover as shots are fired "Either Dottie's a terrible shot, or this gun was never supposed to kill Howard." ―Peggy Carter [src] Carter was later present at the press conference where the treason charges against Stark were publicly dropped. As he prepared to speak, a sniper started to shoot at Stark. Taking cover, Carter deduced the position of the sniper as Stark was taken away from the New York City Hall podium.

Carter and Thompson went to the sniper nest to learn that it was a rigged rifle to act as a distraction. Carter and the group deduced that they will spread the Midnight Oil with a plane from Stark's private airstrip. [28] Raid of Howard Stark's Warehouse Carter finds and threatens Johann Fennhoff " Steve is gone. We have to move on. All of us. As impossible as that may sound, peggy carter cast have to let him go." "Peg?

He was good before I got ahold of him, huh?" "Yes. Yes, he was. Where are you?" "Evidently, flying a plane to Manhattan. I guess you can explain that to me once I land." ―Peggy Carter and Howard Stark [src] The group peggy carter cast the warehouse just as a hypnotized Stark left with a plane to spread the Midnight Oil.

They decided that Edwin Jarvis would follow Stark with a fighter plane and shoot him down if Stark could not be snapped from the trance. Carter grabbed a shotgun and sought Dottie Underwood and Johann Fennhoff. She found them and tried to stop them from communicating with Stark.

Underwood quickly disarmed her with a kick. Carter tried to fight Underwood but got easily tossed to the floor. Underwood prepared to kill Carter with a baseball bat, but Carter ducked the swing and used the moment to kick Underwood through the window and she fell hard on the wing of a plane. Carter speaks to Howard Stark over a radio Carter then took that opportunity to talk to Stark over the radio; she knew that if Stark reached New York City, he would be shot down by Edwin Jarvis who was chasing in another plane.

Stark, under Fennhoff's influence, believed that he was going to retrieve their friend Steve Rogers from the icy waters; Carter listened as Stark told her that Captain America was his greatest achievement. Refusing to listen on the radio as another loved one died, Carter cried as she told Stark to follow her example as she let Rogers go. Stark listened and his trance was broken. When Carter sought Underwood, she was gone Carter tells Daniel Sousa she knows her value With Johann Fennhoff's Campaign quelled, Carter received a standing ovation from her colleagues for saving the city.

However, Thompson took credit for the save when Senator Walt Cooper arrived. Though Sousa wanted to tell the senator the truth, Carter assured him that she did not care about the approval of others, as she know her value, making other's opinions invalid. Sousa asked Carter if she wanted to get a drink with him; but she smiled, but took a raincheck. [28] Letting Go Carter pours Steve Rogers' blood away "Bye, my darling." ―Peggy Carter [src] As a reward for her help, Stark gave Carter one of his houses; she chose Angie Martinelli as a housemate.

Jarvis gave her the vial of Rogers' blood that Stark had stolen from the New York Bell Company Office. Later, that same evening, Agent Carter took the very last vial of Steve Rogers' blood and finally let go of her greatest love by pouring his blood into the water under the Brooklyn Bridge, saying one final goodbye to the man she considered to be the greatest she had ever known.

As she watched the sun rise, Carter reflected upon the future and prepared to continue making a new life for herself as the woman Captain America always knew she would be and prepared to continue her missions working with the SSR and save the world that Rogers had left behind. [28] Capturing Dottie Underwood Carter challenges Dottie Underwood "You have one chip to trade on, fear, and fear is the one tool that little girls who grow up handcuffed to their beds learn.

I, however, am not afraid of you." ―Peggy Carter to Dottie Underwood [src] Sometime after Fennhoff's incarceration, Daniel Sousa left New York City to work as the chief of the SSR compound in Los Angeles. Carter tried to keep in touch with him, but he rarely answered her messages. A full year passed, whereas Carter soon learned that Dottie Underwood was trying to rob Bowery Savings Bank.

Carter fights Dottie Underwood in the vault Carter and multiple SSR agents, including Chief Jack Thompson, prepared an ambush to arrest her and her hired accomplices.

Dressed in a style identical to Carter, Underwood and her cohorts took over the bank and forced the personnel to open the vault. As the vault opened, Carter appeared and held her at gunpoint with a shotgun. The SSR agents quickly drew their weapons and arrested the accomplices. Underwood was able to knock out an SSR agent and disarm Carter. The two engaged in a fierce fight but Carter managed to knock her out with a bag of money.

Carter is ordered to go to Los Angeles At the New York Bell Company Office, Carter questioned the Soviet operative about her contacts and employers, but Underwood remained calm and mentioned that girls like Carter are too used to getting what they want the easy way.

Carter asked about a peggy carter cast box of a unknown client and wanted to know why Underwood wanted the contents, a lapel pin with an "A"-like symbol; Underwood told her there are currencies stronger than money.

Chief Thompson interrupted the interrogation and told her she was going to Los Angeles for a case there, stating that he would interrogate Underwood himself. [9] Investigation in Los Angeles Carter is met by Edwin Jarvis in Los Angeles Landing in Los Angeles she met Edwin Jarvis again. Carter learned that Howard Stark had a defense contract meeting here and, since he liked the scene, had decided that he wanted to create his own movie studio.

Jarvis invited Carter to stay with him and his wife on Stark's estate. While driving Carter through Los Angeles, Jarvis also had to transport Stark's newest addition to his menagerie, a flamingo called Bernard Stark.

Jarvis told Carter his life was quite boring right now and he would be pleased to drive her around. Carter at the Auerbach Theatrical Agency Jarvis dropped her off at the Auerbach Theatrical Agency, the cover of the local Strategic Scientific Reserve office, where she was greeted by Rose Roberts. Roberts and Carter discussed Roberts' life in Los Angeles, that Roberts had picked up surfing, and that somehow artists kept showing up for the office, despite their attempts to keep it hidden.

Chief Daniel Sousa seemed surprised by her presence but told Carter she was welcome to his team. He introduced her to the police liaison who was skeptical about their odds of capturing the Lady of the Lake Killer. Carter speaks with Meltzer Carter immediately theorized that the dead body might not be connected to the frozen lake. She learned the body of the woman was frozen through and somehow the body did not warm up despite multiple heat lamps pointed at it.

Carter and Sousa visited the lab technician, who told them the body was not frozen in ice but in a substance that remained frozen. The technician told Carter that the substance was probably related to Isodyne Energy, a cutting edge development laboratory. [9] Isodyne Energy Carter meets Jason Wilkes Carter, Sousa and the liaison cop Henry arrived at the laboratory but the Receptionist refused them access as they did not have a warrant.

Annoyed, Carter noticed that the scientists accessed the lab through a door controlled by electronic cards. She signaled Sousa, who began to flirt with the receptionist, allowing Carter to steal a card and sneak inside the lab. Moving through the lab, she accidentally walked into the scientist Jason Wilkes, who let her taste some wine he developed. As they talked he appeared quite charmed by her.

Carter told him about their investigation and he agreed to help her. Wilkes told Carter that Calvin Chadwick, his boss, was rumored to be the lover of the murdered woman.

However, as they talked, the receptionist found Carter and forced her from the lab. Carter and Edwin Jarvis arrive at the racetrack Carter brought her findings to Sousa and Henry; however, Henry did not want her to investigate Chadwick but rather, get word out to the press.

Sousa appeared to agree with Peggy carter cast, to Carter's dismay, but when Henry had left, Sousa gave Carter leave to confront Chadwick. Edwin Jarvis drove her to the house and Carter was introduced to his wife Ana, who hugged Carter and found her an outfit to wear to the track. At the racetracks, Carter and Jarvis found Chadwick with his wife, Whitney Frost. While Jarvis distracted Frost, Carter confronted Chadwick.

However, Chadwick refused to cooperate and Carter, angered, left. [9] Kidnapping of Jason Wilkes Carter learns of Jason Wilkes kidnapping Carter, Sousa, Jarvis, and Peggy carter cast returned to the medical examiner's office, meeting Jason Wilkes there. However, as Carter drew nearer to the examiner, she saw with horror that he was frozen. When he was touched, the body shattered, leaving peggy carter cast on the floor. Jarvis left the room to get air, and Carter and Sousa sent Wilkes out so that they could talk.

The two began to suspect Henry; however, when they looked for him they realized that Henry had kidnapped Wilkes and left. Carter and Sousa tracked Henry down and Carter saved Wilkes. Carter speaks with Daniel Sousa Carter and Sousa then cornered Henry, who was dying as he was slowly getting frozen. Before they could learn who he worked for a policeman shot him, despite Carter's orders not to use guns.

Carter scolded him but the policeman claimed he had not heard their order. Carter talked to Wilkes and comforted him. Wilkes wanted to thank her properly and invited her to go out with him; however, Carter declined as she had the rule to not socialize with persons of interest.

She then talked to Sousa and they noted the case was not closed. Carter invited Sousa for drinks but he mentioned could not as he had something else planned that night. Carter then watched him meet a woman and drive away. [9] Learning of Zero Matter Carter challenges Edwin Jarvis The next day, Carter noticed Edwin Jarvis in an exercise area near the garden.

Jarvis explained he had started to train himself intensely in weightlifting and the martial arts, even challenging her to peggy carter cast sparring match. Carter was initially uncertain but threw Jarvis when he kept insisting and repeatedly poking her in the shoulder. However, Carter was surprised as Jarvis tripped her and pinned her. Ana Jarvis came in and recognized the technique as what her husband called the 'Tortoise of Fury'.

Jarvis mentioned Ana acted as his sparring partner and knew all his strengths and weaknesses. Ana asked if Carter wanted another round of sparring; however, Carter told her she had to leave for work. Carter meets and chats with Violet Arriving at the office, Carter met Violet, Daniel Sousa's girlfriend, when Violet dropped by to deliver cookies to Sousa. The two chatted and learned that their family was from the same town.

When Sousa entered the office with Rose Roberts, Violet asked him to allow Carter to come with them on their date. Though Carter peggy carter cast to back out, Violet would not hear of it.

Carter learns of an assassination Later, Carter accompanied Sousa to where the bodies of the men transporting Jane Scott's body were found. Carter and Sousa received a search warrant for Isodyne Energy from Jack Thompson and went to investigate; however, they were stymied when they entered and found that the facility was being shut down due to a radioactive accident.

As Carter turned to leave, she saw Jason Wilkes enter; she asked him to confirm the story, which he hesitantly did before passing her a note and continuing into the facility. Carter and Sousa left the building. Reading Wilkes' note, Carter learned he wanted her to meet him in a club to talk.

Ana Jarvis helps Carter pick out a dress Back at the Agency, Sousa offered Carter backup as she went to meet Wilkes. Carter refused, stating that the note told her to come alone. Sousa told Carter to change her outfit to match the location, it being a nightclub.

Sousa tried to cancel his date to come with Carter, but she refused his offer again after seeing that he had planned the date to give Violet an engagement ring. Carter returned to Stark's estate, where Ana Jarvis helped her find an outfit for the nightclub. Carter mentioned she looked forward to meeting someone outside the SSR. Going to the car, Edwin Jarvis informed Carter of the S.O.S. signal that could be activated from the car. Carter left to meet Wilkes. Carter meets with Jason Wilkes Carter met Wilkes in the club and, while she wanted to talk about the case, he tried to get to know her more.

Carter ended up talking about her childhood while Wilkes did the same. Just then, the singer began a song that was one of Wilkes' favorites. The two started to dance, still talking about their pasts.

Carter learned how Wilkes had worked his way to his position at Isodyne, and she convinced him to help her in her investigation. Wilkes showed her a film reel of an Isodyne test in the desert where multiple vehicles and personnel were sucked up in a sort of black hole created by a substance Isodyne named Zero Matter. [21] On the Run Carter hot-wires a car to escape in Carter and Wilkes were attacked by men sent to silence Wilkes.

Carter and Wilkes worked together to defeat the men, escaping by stealing the men's car, since the men had slashed the tires on theirs. Carter managed to activate the S.O.S. beacon before she and Wilkes left, hoping that someone would see it and help. In the stolen car, Carter found a lapel pin identical to the one that Dottie Underwood had attempted to steal.

Carter and Jason Wilkes ask to use the phone Carter and Wilkes tried to find a phone booth; they entered a store where the owner was distrustful of Wilkes due to his color. Though Wilkes was accustomed to the treatment, Carter was offended. She asked to use the pay phone outside the store, the man told her she needed to buy something. Carter bought a pastry and ate it as she and Wilkes reached the phone. Trying to make the call, Carter noticed a peggy carter cast drive up; scared it was their enemies, she kissed Wilkes to block the car's view.

When the occupant entered the store, Carter and Wilkes stole the car and drove to Isodyne Energy Headquarters. [21] Infiltration of Isodyne Energy Headquarters Carter fails to find Jason Wilkes Carter and Wilkes entered Isodyne Energy Headquarters; the two split up, Carter disguising herself as a scientist and fighting Rufus Hunt and his men while Wilkes retrieved the Zero Matter.

However, once the men were defeated, there was a black explosion from the facility. Horrified, Carter searched for Peggy carter cast but could not find him. The SSR arrived, having been informed by Edwin Jarvis that Carter was in trouble, and Carter emerged from the smoke and reported to Daniel Sousa.

Shellshocked, Carter returned to Howard Stark's Estate, saddened by the apparent loss of Wilkes. Carter and Ana Jarvis discuss Jason Wilkes There, Ana Jarvis brought her whiskey instead of tea, telling Carter she had noticed Carter looked distracted and disheveled.

Carter told Ana she believed Wilkes was dead, and that she did not know why she was so depressed as she had only known him a short time. Ana told her about how she and her husband had only known each other a short time, and that it did not take long to realize you had met someone special.

[21] Seeking the Truth Carter arrives at the Wilkes Residence Carter and Daniel Sousa investigated the house of Jason Wilkes, working alongside other SSR agents. Carter told Sousa that she blamed herself for Wilkes' death, citing that she had brought him into danger.

Carter found a hollow area in the floor, where she discovered a Russian passport. Agent Vega then entered, having found the gun used to kill the agents transporting Jane Scott's body.

Carter shrugged off the theory that Wilkes was a Communist, believing that the documents were planted in an attempt to frame Wilkes.

Caretr visits Howard Stark at peggy carter cast movie set Carter and Edwin Jarvis visited Howard Stark, who was filming his new Western movie based on Kid Colt.

Carter and Jarvis accidentally interrupted the shot, causing Stark to cut early. Stark offered Carter a minor role in the movie; however, Carter told him that she should play the main role. Stark agreed, but doubted the audience would accept a female lead. Carter and Jarvis then showed Stark the film reel Jason Wilkes had stolen from Isodyne Energy, showing the explosion that revealed Zero Matter. Stark was elated by the film, stating that Zero Matter might be the greatest invention of the century.

Carter watched as Stark noticed the lapel pin she had stolen; she was shocked when he recognized the insignia as that of the Arena Club, a exclusive club for wealthy white elitists. Jarvis told Carter that the club had tried to recruit Stark but he had refused, since no women members were allowed. Carter returns to Howard Stark's Estate Carter and Sousa returned to the SSR office, where they found newspapers claiming Wilkes was a communist spy.

Outraged, Carter peggy carter cast Sousa's office only to find Jack Thompson, who had flown to Los Angeles from New York. Thompson told Carter and Sousa that he had filed the report confirming Wilkes as a spy, asking them to agree with the report. Carter vehemently refused, refusing to lie.

Returning to Howard Stark's Estate, Carter found Stark holding a pool party, which he claimed helped him think. Carter told Stark she had a plan to infiltrate the Arena Club and plant listening devices. Stark told her that the plan was peggy carter cast, and that she would have a difficult time getting into the club, as the club was men only.

Carter stole Stark's drink to convince him to listen to her plan, which she told him was far from boring. [10] Snooping in the Arena Club Carter infiltrates the Arena Club As part of her plan, Carter waited outside the Arena Club with a group of other women while Howard Stark entered the club. When Stark called the ladies in, Carter entered the club with them but slipped to one side, moving through the rooms and planting listening devices.

Carter entered a library; when she tried to plant a device, a bookshelf slid open, revealing a secret room. Carter hid as men exited the room, before the door closed, Carter entered the room, hoping to plant a device, when she noticed a Los Angeles Tribune newspaper on a table.

Carter was shocked to notice that the date on the paper was the next day's, and that the paper seemed to predict Representative Anderson dropping out of the Senate race. Carter is rescued by Edwin Jarvis Suddenly, the bookshelf opened again; Carter managed to slip under the table and hide from the man who entered. She tried to plant a device under the table, but something caused the device to malfunction; Carter disabled the device to avoid being discovered.

As the man moved through the room, Carter crawled behind a chair, where she lit a cloth flower on fire to distract the man, allowing her to escape the room. The plan worked, and Carter successfully left the room, covering for her presence by taking a book from the shelves.

As she left the library, another man confronted her. While she tried to act innocent, Edwin Jarvis entered and, feeling she needed help, accompanied her out the room. Carter and Jarvis informed Stark that they had finished; everyone left the club. Carter experiencing side affects of Zero Matter Armed with her knowledge of the club, Carter returned to the SSR and informed Daniel Sousa and Jack Thompson of the apparent blackmailing happening in the club.

However, since she did not have the newspaper, Thompson remained skeptical. Carter called Thompson a coward for not doing the right thing, and Thompson ordered her to return to New York. Outraged, Carter stormed out of the office but peggy carter cast confronted by Sousa, who told Carter that she was blaming herself too hard for what had happened to Jason Wilkes. As they talked, Sousa noticed a pen floating in the air near Carter, which she knew was a side affect of zero matter.

Howard Stark examining Carter Shocked, the two drove to Stark's, where Stark examined Carter, theorizing that she may have been contaminated by Zero Matter.

Stark used technology he was developing to reveal what energy was surrounding Carter. To everyone's surprise, Wilkes was revealed, insubstantial, but trying to talk. Carter watched as Stark sprayed his gas on Wilkes' vocal cords, allowing Wilkes to speak.

Carter listened as Wilkes revealed what had happened at Isodyne Energy, that he had tried to get the Zero Matter but had been confronted by Whitney Frost, who fought him for the Zero Matter. Wilkes continued, saying that during the fight, the container had broken and an explosion occurred, after which he found himself invisible and intangible. As Carter watched, Wilkes lost his visibility and faded from view. Stark prepared to develop a formula to keep Wilkes visible, and Carter told the others that she would confront Frost.

[10] Investigating Whitney Frost Carter meets Whitney Frost Carter found the set where Whitney Frost was filming; she asked politely and was allowed access to Frost's dressing room. Carter told Frost that she wished to ask about the explosion at Isodyne Energy Headquarters; however, Frost claimed that Jason Wilkes' death was a tragedy, citing that Wilkes was a communist.

Carter asked Frost about her involvement with Isodyne Energy, but Frost acted completely innocent, claiming to know nothing of Isodyne's research and denying she had been in Isodyne's lab when the explosion occurred.

Carter and Frost discussed how newspapers lie, and Carter told Frost that her instincts told peggy carter cast that things were not as they seemed.

Frost was called to set, and Carter left the studio. Returning to Howard Stark's Estate, she found Wilkes visible again. She briefly talked to him, telling Wilkes that it was a feat to impress Stark and that Wilkes had done it. Carter also told Wilkes that she was glad he was alive. [10] Assault at the Mansion Carter is attacked by Rufus Hunt That evening, Carter worked out on a punching bag in the garden. Edwin Jarvis entered, and asked Carter if she thought working out so late was a good idea.

Carter peggy carter cast that she considered it a good way to relieve frustrations of the day. Jarvis left, and Carter continued working peggy carter cast. She was suddenly attacked from behind by a masked assailant, who began choking her with a rope.

Carter tried to fight him off, and maneuvered them both to the pool, knocking herself and the man into the water. In the pool, Carter freed herself and tried to get out, peggy carter cast the assassin knocked her down and prepared to kill her, Jarvis appeared and defended Carter, knocking the man back.

The assassin drew a gun and tried to shoot Carter, but the gun failed, having been disabled by the water. Carter retrieved her gun from her purse and shot at the man, wounding him in the hand before he escaped. Carter speaks to Jason Wilkes The next morning, Carter noticed Jarvis installing a security system to avoid another attack. Carter told Jarvis that she felt reinvigorated about the case, and that she was certain they were on the right track.

Carter visited Howard Stark and Jason Wilkes, finding Wilkes visible and Stark filled with caffeine, frantically packing for Peru. When Carter asked why he was leaving for Peru, Stark explained that he was visiting an old professor of his who might know more on creating a solution to keep Wilkes substantial.

When he left to pack more, Wilkes told Carter that Stark was a genius, and that he was surprised at how quickly Stark had accepted him. Carter told Wilkes that she regretted him getting hurt, as she was the one to bring him into danger.

Wilkes replied that he was thinking about leaving Los Angeles, as he believed his presence was causing enemies to hunt Carter. Carter insisted that Wilkes stay, citing that they would need him. Wilkes agreed, only because Carter asked. [10] The Real Whitney Frost Carter is told more about Whitney Frost Carter returned to the SSR office and spoke to Peggy carter cast Sousa, who showed her files on Agnes Cully, a wartime peggy carter cast and genius.

Carter listened as Sousa explained that Cully was the driving force behind Isodyne Energy, before telling Carter that Agnes Cully was the real name of Whitney Frost, causing Carter to peggy carter cast the cunning behind the notion of how everybody in America seemingly knows Frost as an actress but not her worth as a master scientist.

[10] Carter later spoke with Jason Wilkes, who mentioned that he missed food in his intangible state. Carter told Wilkes she was sorry for him, to which Wilkes replied that being around her made it worth it. Wilkes explained to Carter that Frost exceeded everything with her inventions, and that she defied categorization. [20] Kidnapping of Rufus Hunt Carter watching Calvin Chadwick leaving Carter and Edwin Jarvis tried to learn more about Whitney Frost, shadowing Frost's husband, Calvin Chadwick, at his campaign office.

Jarvis entered the office, and returned with a campaign pin for Carter, which she promptly dropped out the window. Carter watched as Chadwick exited the office, and left with his car. Carter noticed that Chadwick's driver peggy carter cast a wound on his hand in the same place she had shot her assailant from the night before, realizing that Chadwick's driver was the man who had tried to kill her. Carter and Edwin Jarvis create a plan Carter asked for more information and they learned that the driver was Rufus Hunt, a former soldier who had been dishonorably discharged and was now the head of security at the Arena Club.

Carter mentioned that as the chief of security he probably had access to all kinds of information about the dishonorable activities happening in the club. Worried about the combat skills of Hunt, Carter wanted to avoid a direct encounter. Jarvis came up with a tranquilizer rifle he sometimes used to control the animals of Howard Stark. Carter shoots Rufus Hunt with a tranquillizer Carter and Jarvis went to the house of Rufus Hunt.

Carter went around back to confront Hunt as Jarvis pretended he was a policeman trying to arrest Hunt, knowing that peggy carter cast would attempt to escape out the back garden. As Hunt ran outside, Carter shot him with a tranquilizer dart strong enough peggy carter cast bring down a rhinoceros.

However, despite the strength of the tranquillizer, Hunt was able to keep upright. Carter is put in a chokehold by Rufus Hunt Carter fought him but Hunt threw her to the ground and grabbed her in a chokehold. Unable to escape his grasp, Carter managed to stab him with another tranquilizer dart and Hunt passed out.

Carter and Jarvis stashed him in the trunk of her car; however, Hunt was still conscious and punched Jarvis, forcing Carter to hit him with the gun. As she shut the trunk, she noticed Hunt had stabbed Jarvis with a tranquilizer dart; Jarvis toppled to the ground as she watched. Carter tries to lie to Daniel Sousa Carter drove back to Howard Stark's Estate with a sleeping Edwin Jarvis in the backseat and an unconscious Rufus Hunt in the trunk. As she reached the mansion, she noticed Daniel Sousa waiting for her.

Hoping he would not notice Hunt and Jarvis, she walked towards him. Sousa told Carter he had a file on Whitney Frost for her. Carter took it and tried to convince Sousa to leave; however, he became peggy carter cast at her brush off and moved towards her car, asking Carter what was wrong with Jarvis. Carter explained that Jarvis had drunk too much, though Sousa did not believe her. Sounds came from the car; though Carter tried to claim she had captured a possum, the sounds became words and Sousa learned Hunt was locked in the trunk.

Carter argues with Daniel Sousa Carter and Sousa argued about Hunt inside the estate. Carter feigned shock that kidnapping was a felony, as Sousa told her that she should have at least requested backup. Carter told him she wanted to keep him out of this, citing she had messed up his engagement and did not want to mess up the rest of his life.

Sousa ignored her, stating he was already involved. [20] Questioning Rufus Hunt Carter interrogates Rufus Hunt Carter and Daniel Sousa questioned Rufus Hunt in a boiler room of Howard Peggy carter cast Estate. Hunt refused to negotiate with Sousa as Carter prepared an injection. Carter listened as Hunt told Sousa that he had been tortured by the Japanese during World War II and would not tell him anything. Sousa ceded the interrogation to Carter, who told Hunt she would not torture him.

Hunt mocked her, saying there were lines she would not cross. Carter replied that she would not torture Hunt due to a lack of time; injecting Hunt with a substance. Carter claimed that the substance was malaria, and left Hunt to consider his options. Carter and Sousa withdrew; he asked what she had given him and she replied that it was a fast onset cold.

Carter asked Sousa if he wanted tea as she waited for Hunt to cave. Carter and Daniel Sousa listen to Rufus Hunt Carter's deception worked and Hunt begged for the antidote, telling Carter and Peggy carter cast that the Arena Club was a front for the Council of Nine, a group of influential men he claimed had their fingers in everything from assassinations to bank crashes.

Carter asked for names and was shocked by the familiar men. Hunt told Carter that she would never defeat the Council. Carter asked for more information, and Hunt revealed that the Council recorded their meetings and everything she needed was on tapes in the Arena Club. Carter and Sousa left to plan an infiltration. Carter is desisted by Vernon Masters Carter and Sousa gathered the SSR agents, ordering them where to enter the club. However, as they planned, they were interrupted by Vernon Masters, who stopped Carter and Sousa, telling the pair that his men were taking over and also auditing their past cases.

As Carter complained, Masters revealed he had an order direct from Washington, D.C. Masters told Carter he wished to speak with her in private, and she led him to Sousa's office. Carter listened as Masters complimented her, then interjected, trying to convince Masters to help her take down the Council.

Peggy carter cast acted skeptical and asked for her source; suddenly wary, Carter refused to name Hunt. Masters threatened Peggy carter cast that though she might survive a coming wave, her coworkers could not. Carter glanced towards Sousa, afraid for him and for herself. Carter learns Daniel Sousa saved the sample Carter left the office to block Masters from learning about Hunt; on the way, she was followed by Sousa, who told her he had not expected Masters.

Sousa asked what her plan was, but Carter tried to exclude him from her mission. Sousa revealed that Masters had threatened him with the same speech, and showed Carter that he had saved a sample of Jane Scott's body tissue from Masters' search. Carter and Sousa continued to the broom closet and made a plan to release Hunt and let him lead them to Whitney Frost.

Carter watches Rufus Hunt escape As part of the plan, Sousa removed Hunt's restraints and planted a listening device on him. While Carter watched peggy carter cast a hiding place, Sousa then pretended he was going to lead Hunt away to kill him.

Hunt knocked him down and ran off, leaving Sousa on the ground. When Carter emerged, Sousa complained about taking the punch, but Carter peggy carter cast him it was the least he could do since Hunt had strangled her two times already. Peggy carter cast tells Jason Wilkes to keep fighting Carter and Sousa returned to Stark's estate, where she talked to Jason Wilkes as Sousa and Edwin Jarvis listened to Hunt's actions.

Wilkes told her that he was having trouble concentrating, though he could not explain why, telling Carter he felt called to let go and follow an impulse.

Carter told Wilkes about her brother, Michael, who had always assured Carter that she was meant to fight. Carter told Wilkes that he had to fight and keep going until a cure could be found, lightly touching Wilkes' insubstantial arm.

Carter listens to Rufus Hunt being murdered Just then, Sousa and Jarvis announced Hunt had reached Frost's house, and Carter moved to hear. Peggy carter cast waited, listening, as Frost realized that Hunt had revealed information to Carter and moved closer to him. Carter then heard Hunt scream and his frequency went dead; shocked, she asked what Peggy carter cast had done to Hunt, but received no answer.

[20] Infiltrating Roxxon Carter is awoken by Jason Wilkes Carter was awakened by Jason Wilkes, who peggy carter cast to show her something. Wilkes brought Carter to the vial of Jane Scott's tissue sample; Carter watched as a drop of Zero Matter exited the sample and tried to reach Wilkes. Suddenly, the droplet broke the container and entered Wilkes' body; to Carter's shock, Wilkes became substantial for a heartbeat, but his eyes became solid black before the effect wore off.

Carter notices Jason Wilkes is tangible As she watched, Wilkes turned and told Carter he knew where Scott's body was being held. Carter and Wilkes woke up Edwin Jarvis, who brought a map upon which Wilkes marked a location.

Carter called Rose Roberts, who told her that the location was a warehouse owned by Thomas Gloucester. Carter hung up the phone and returned to Wilkes and Jarvis; Wilkes told Carter peggy carter cast Whitney Frost would be trying to reach Scott's body as well.

Carter and Jarvis made a plan to infiltrate the warehouse. Carter and Edwin Jarvis watch Whitney Frost Carter and Jarvis arrived at the warehouse. Carter unscrewed a grate and climbed inside an air duct, asking Jarvis to follow, though he was reluctant. Crawling through the peggy carter cast, the two found the room in which Scott's body was being held; as Carter prepared to climb down, she heard voices outside the room and quickly pulled the vent back up.

Carter watched as Frost and Calvin Chadwick entered the room. Frost opened the container holding the body and touched Scott's peggy carter cast Carter watched as the Zero Matter inside the body entered Frost, who turned to Chadwick and told him that she needed an Atomic Bomb.

Carter discusses Whitney Frost's plan Back at Howard Stark's Estate, Carter told Wilkes what Frost had said, hoping that he would know what she was planning.

Wilkes did, and told Carter that Frost would try to recreate the Isodyne Energy experiment that brought the Zero Matter in an attempt to get more powerful. Carter listened as Wilkes explained that Frost needed to have the exact same conditions; therefore, she would try to obtain an atomic bomb.

Carter realized that the Roxxon Corporation were the makers of the original bomb, but did not know which Roxxon headquarters had the bombs in storage.

Carter learns that Daniel Sousa is engaged To her surprise, Jarvis explained that Howard Stark kept close surveillance on Roxxon, and that the headquarters in Los Angeles had the most security, therefore most likely to have the bombs.

Jarvis told Carter that she would need an electronic key kept by Hugh Jones; Carter began forming a plan and left to get backup from Daniel Sousa. Carter walked into the middle of an engagement party for Sousa; she congratulated him before telling him of her plan.

Sousa agreed to assist her, and Carter asked him to let her use some of the SSR's technology. She and Sousa bribed Aloysius Samberly with pie to allow her access to the Memory Inhibitor; she took the device and left. Carter encounters Hugh Jones Disguising herself in a wig, Carter entered the office of Jones, posing as a girl looking for files for accounting.

When Jones entered, she played along with Jones' arrogance, acting ditsy, until he left his office. She then began searching for the key again, only for Jones to recognize her as an agent of the SSR and he returned to report her. Carter was forced to use the Memory Inhibitor on Jones several times, before finally realizing that Jones kept the key in his belt peggy carter cast.

Reaching it, she left Jones unconscious and returned to the SSR. Carter with her assembled team Carter asked Sousa to include Rose Roberts on the infiltration mission. Sousa protested, leading Carter to lecture him as they watched Roberts fight a client in the Auerbach Theatrical Agency. Sousa reluctantly agreed, and the two went to the lab to get technology peggy carter cast the mission. While there, Carter and Sousa were confronted by Samberly, who, angered at the pair using his inventions without permission, refused to allow them access.

However, Carter watched as Roberts entered and convinced Samberly to let his inventions on the mission. Carter was relieved, only to have Samberly insist on coming along. She formed a plan to infiltrate the facility using Samberly and his inventions. The team infiltrate the Roxxon Warehouse Carter, Sousa, and Jarvis waited in a car outside the Roxxon peggy carter cast while Samberly and Roberts took out the guards.

The ruse succeeded and all entered the facility, using the key Carter had stolen from Jones to operate the elevators. Carter warned the others to stay alert; Samberly activated a motion detector to help. Carter watched as Samberly disabled the locks, though she noted that now they had opened the doors for Frost and her men as well as themselves. However, Carter and her team found a room containing the bombs.

While Sousa, Jarvis, Samberly, and Roberts stayed behind to work on the bombs, Carter left to confront Frost. Carter fights Whitney Frost Carter found Frost in the building arguing with Chadwick. Carter confronted Frost, who was shocked to see her. Carter told Frost that the SSR could fix her; however, Frost rejected Carter's offer, stating she had never been so powerful. Frost moved to grab Carter, but Carter ducked and punched Frost in the face. Carter was surprised to see Frost shake off her hit.

Frost reached Carter and began engulfing her with Zero Matter, but Carter managed to break Frost's hold. Carter is impaled after falling off the ledge However, due to pushing herself off Frost, Carter fell over a ledge. She managed to hold on to the ledge with peggy carter cast hand, but when Frost leaned over to touch Carter again, Carter released her grip, causing her to fall and be impaled by a steel rod below.

Carter was peggy carter cast by Sousa, who brought her to his nurse fiance Violet, knowing he could peggy carter cast bring Carter to a hospital. Sousa and Jarvis moved Carter to the couch, where Violet examined her and assured her that the rod had missed all vital organs. Carter watches Jason Wilkes vanish Carter rested on the couch as Sousa stayed near her.

Finally, Jarvis brought the car around so Carter could return to Stark's estate. There, Carter lay on her bed as Jarvis told her that adventures were only fun if she returned from them. When Jarvis left, Carter talked with Wilkes again; they turned on the radio and listened to Wilkes' favorite song. However, Wilkes suddenly turned invisible again, to Carter's shock and sadness. [11] Desperate Measures Carter and Jason Wilkes discuss his state "I have a terrible idea!" ―Peggy Carter peggy carter cast Carter called for Jason Wilkes frantically until he finally became visible again; he explained that he was being beckoned into a rift and his grip on this reality was slipping.

Carter reminded Wilkes that he was a containment scientist and asked him to build a containment vessel for himself; Wilkes reminded Carter that he had no mass to be contained. Carter remembered that absorbing Zero Matter made Wilkes tangible. Carter comes up with a bad idea Carter was in incredible pain as Edwin Jarvis cleaned Carter's abdominal wound; Ana Jarvis watched and saw the severity. Daniel Sousa then came to the estate, looking saddened. Carter explained to him Wilkes' dilemma and her plan to use the Vacuum Syringe to extract a blood sample from Whitney Frost when she attends the Congressional fundraiser Calvin Chadwick was having to which Edwin has two tickets.

Carter tried to open a door and ripped her stitches; Sousa cited that Carter was in no position to approach Frost who had just tried to kill her earlier. Sousa could not think of anyone peggy carter cast to Carter that could accomplish the mission; Carter then said that she had a terrible idea. Carter visits and recruits Dottie Underwood Carter, dressed as a doctor, went to Rosemary's, the front that was the prison for Dottie Underwood, and presented herself as "Katherine Wexford", Underwood's psychiatrist.

The guard asked "Wexford" if she needed his company since Underwood was a difficult prisoner; she declined the offer. Underwood recognized Carter immediately and wondered why she was there, citing that if she came undercover, she must need her for an assignment as opposed to giving her an interrogation; Underwood also noticed that Carter was in pain, thus fighting in that condition would not be enjoyable.

Carter told Underwood that she was there to free her for a mission and would take care of the guard, but she had to run to her right peggy carter cast escape; Carter then gave Underwood a magnet strong enough to unlock the cell. Carter watches Dottie Underwood's capture Carter then used her Sweet Dreams Lipstick on the guard and waited with Sousa outside.

As suspected, Underwood ran to her left and found Carter and Sousa waiting for her; Sousa fired a net rifle and a net surrounded Underwood.

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Underwood asked if they expected that to hold her; Sousa then pressed a button on the side of the rifle, which sent an electrical current through the net, incapacitating Underwood; Carter then sent an extra jolt and smiled as Underwood wiggled.

[12] Prepping Underwood Carter greets an awake Dottie Underwood "The necklace is equipped with a tracking device so that I can monitor your location at all times. And if you attempt to move the beacon or break even one link in the chain, you will be injected with a neurotoxin which will kill you in 35 excruciatingly painful seconds." ―Peggy Carter to Dottie Underwood [src] Carter changed the clothes and hairstyle of Dottie Underwood peggy carter cast a necklace was prepared with a tracker and a neurotoxin injector.

She was also given a hat with a microphone. When Underwood awakened, Carter greeted her but forgot that the Russian was under a hair dryer, so she could not hear; Carter turned off the dryer and gave Underwood her necklace and explained that if she removed it, she would die in 35 seconds from the neurotoxin. Edwin Jarvis asks Carter for a weapon Edwin Jarvis approached, wondering what type of weapon he would be using peggy carter cast this assignment; Carter corrected him that he would not have one, citing the ease in which Underwood had just removed his wristwatch, much more a weapon.

Carter turned the dryer back on so Underwood would not hear Jarvis' adamant and animated protests. When Underwood was ready, Carter briefed her on her assignment to get a blood sample from Whitney Frost, but Carter became annoyed as Underwood insisted on flirting with Jason Wilkes just to peggy carter cast Carter.

[12] Growing Closer to Daniel Sousa Carter listens in to the mission "You were happy out here, and then I came and mucked up your whole life." "Maybe I was just fooling myself." "I'm so sorry. Truly." ―Peggy Carter and Daniel Sousa [src] While Edwin Jarvis and Dottie Underwood attempted to retrieve Whitney Frost's blood sample, Carter and Daniel Sousa stayed outside in a van to manage communications.

Suddenly, Underwood's radio seemingly went dead. When Carter went to see what happened, she accidentally ripped open her stitches trying to open the door to the van. Daniel Sousa tells Carter of his engagement Sousa helped her back into her seat and helped her stop her bleeding. Carter said that she would need to see Violet again to treat her wound, but Sousa said that "they'll see". When asked if everything was alright, Sousa lied and said everything was okay. However, when questioned further, Sousa revealed that Violet had broken off their engagement, much to the surprise of Carter and Jarvis, who was eavesdropping using his radio.

Carter and Daniel Sousa almost about to kiss Carter said that she would talk to Violet, but Sousa disagreed, saying it was not a good idea. Carter kept insisting, but Sousa admitted that the reason Violet broke off the engagement was because she thought Sousa was in love with Carter.

Carter was shocked at this revelation, and apologized to Sousa for ruining his life. They slowly leaned in towards each other to kiss, but were interrupted by a man being thrown out a window by Dottie Underwood above them and landing on top of their van, which knocked out all communications with Jarvis.

[12] Quick Visit Carter tells Jack Thompson she quits As the sun rose, Carter, Jarvis, and Sousa returned to Howard Stark's Estate to show Jason Wilkes that, as far as he was considered, the mission was a success.

Jack Thompson knocked on the door; Carter, who had earlier heard Jarvis tell Thompson that she was there all night, quickly put on a robe and greeted him like she had just awakened. Thompson asked her if she knew "Katherine Wexford", which she quickly denied. Thompson told her that he wanted her to return to New York City with him, on penalty of her job with the Strategic Scientific Reserve.

Carter quit; Thompson told her that she was making a mistake that she would regret. As Thompson peggy carter cast, she told him that she would not. [12] From Famine to Feast Carter watches Whitney Frost lying "If you are implying that I am some sort of chippy toying with two men that I respect, you-" "The thought never crossed my mind; however, you have gone from famine to feast with quality suitors." ―Peggy Carter and Edwin Jarvis [src] Later, that morning, Carter and Peggy carter cast Sousa went to the entrance of Anvil Studios and watched as Whitney Frost, dressed in black, had a press conference to mourn the death of Calvin Chadwick and his friends during a boating accident; Sousa and Carter were sure that Frost killed her husband, but did not know how or why.

Sousa and Carter also decided that they would later discuss their intimate moment when time permitted. Carter is kissed by a tangible Jason Wilkes Carter returned to Howard Stark's Estate to see everyone working hard on various projects; Ana Jarvis and Jason Wilkes worked on creating for him a containment chamber to keep him tangible, while Edwin Jarvis worked on repairing the transponder so Dottie Underwood could be located.

When Carter showed more interest in finding Underwood than to the condition of Wilkes, Wilkes was clearly upset and began a tirade on how Carter sought Underwood to clear her own conscience; Wilkes quickly apologized though, citing that he was not feeling well. Later, the containment vessel was completed and Wilkes became tangible. One of his first actions was to sneak a kiss from Carter, which she passionately returned.

Carter and Edwin Jarvis discuss her situation The signal of the transponder activated and the location of Underwood was determined; Carter and Jarvis knew that it was a trap. Jarvis demonstrated for Carter the function of the Jitterbug to assist them on the mission. On the drive to the Chadwick Ranch, Jarvis and Carter had a candid conversation about Carter having two suitors, Sousa and Wilkes; Carter explained that she respected both men, but genuinely did not know how she got into that situation or what to do to resolve it.

The ride continued with less tension since Jarvis got that thought off his chest. [29] Distractions Carter and Edwin Jarvis activating their Jitterbug "What should we do now?" "Well, there's only one thing to do." ― Edwin Jarvis and Peggy Carter [src] Carter, carrying a rifle, and Edwin Jarvis, carrying the Jitterbug, entered the Chadwick Ranch under the dark of night; Carter allowed Jarvis to act as a distraction as she knocked out the guard.

Suddenly, other Manfredi Crime Family members began to converge on their location. Carter told Jarvis to activate the Jitterbug, but he wanted to wait for the right moment for maximum effectiveness. When he installed the code, nothing happened; Jarvis and Carter quickly surrendered.

Carter tries to free herself The two were tied up in the same room as Dottie Underwood, who mocked them for their failed rescue attempt. Carter noticed that Underwood was slowly freeing herself; the two began to race to be the first one freed, as Underwood told Carter that if she was first, the results would be unpredictable.

Meanwhile, as Jarvis was freeing himself, he constantly wondered what he did wrong with the Jitterbug. Carter asks the setting on the Jitterbug Underwood used that opportunity to berate Carter for the optimism she showed concerning the Strategic Scientific Reserve; Underwood told her that the organization was infiltrated by the Council of Nine and Carter needed to act solo if she wanted herself and her friends to have any hope of survival.

Jarvis freed himself first, while Carter and Underwood freed themselves simultaneously. Suddenly, an explosion was heard; Jarvis explained that he had accidentally set the Jitterbug on delayed detonation. Carter realizes what the real trap was As they exited, the Manfredi Crime Family men were all unconscious. Carter noted that Underwood was in pain, but Underwood insisted that it was from the torture of Vernon Masters.

Carter peggy carter cast not fooled; she realized that Whitney Frost was not there and that Underwood must have revealed something to her. Underwood revealed that she was a distraction; Frost had gone to kidnap Jason Wilkes. Carter and Edwin realized that Ana Jarvis and Jason Wilkes were in danger. Carter rushing back to Howard Stark's Estate On the frantic drive to Howard Stark's Estate, Underwood noted that Carter looked scared.

As they approached the Estate, Carter and Edwin saw Ana laying on the ground from a gunshot wound to the abdomen; the car with Frost and Wilkes sped away. Carter put Underwood in the trunk of the car and told the policeman at Waverly Memorial Hospital not to open it on order of the SSR. Inside, Carter briefed Doctor Chung that Ana was shot during a robbery, because Edwin was too shocked to speak. Carter comforts Edwin Jarvis When Ana went into surgery, a man ran into the hospital saying that a policeman had been killed; Carter saw the open trunk and peggy carter cast it was Underwood's doing.

As the sun rose, Carter called Daniel Sousa to inform him of recent events; Masters answered the phone, letting Carter know that he had commandeered the Auerbach Theatrical Agency. Carter quietly walked over to Edwin who was still in shock and gently held his hand. [29] Rescuing Jason Wilkes Carter comforts a distraught Edwin Jarvis "You're willing to give up the uranium rods for Jason?" "I need Whitney to think I am." ― Daniel Sousa and Peggy Carter [src] When Ana Jarvis got out of surgery, she peggy carter cast not woken up, so Carter stayed with Edwin Jarvis to help him.

When Jarvis got angry, Carter tried to comfort him in the fact that Ana was alive, but Jarvis didn't know if shed ever wake up.

Carter then left to collect some items for Jarvis from Howard Stark's Estate. When Carter arrived at the estate, she talked with Daniel Sousa about what had happened. Sousa then told Carter how Whitney Frost wanted the uranium rods, so Carter decided to use that to try and get Jason Wilkes back. Carter talks with Joseph Manfredi As Carter got changed, Sousa informed her of Joseph Manfredi as a way to reach Frost. Carter and Sousa then went to meet with Manfredi, but when they refused seeing him, they fought his men.

Carter was able to speak with Manfredi, asking him to reach out to Frost, but he refused. They then blackmailed him, getting him to send a message to Frost. With a meeting set up, Carter had Aloysius Samberly create fake uranium rods to give to Frost in return for Wilkes. Jarvis arrived at the estate, and asked how they were going to handle Frost. Carter then spoke privately with Jarvis to try and tell him to be with Ana, but he instead on coming with them.

Jack Thompson gives Carter a file on her Suddenly Howard Stark's Telex received a message which they learnt was designs specifics for a machine for a canon that fires pulses of high-energy photons that can eliminate Zero Matter. They had Samberly create the machine, as they all went on their mission. But before they could leave, Jack Thompson greeted them in the house and spoke with Carter, where he showed her a file on her in hopes for her to drop what she had on him and return to New York.

However, Carter didn't let this stop her and tried to inform Thompson he was being played by Vernon Masters and that the files were likely false. Carter is threatened by Jason Wilkes Carter then left to meet up with Frost and they made the trade, however, Frost discovered that the rods were fake, so they left with Wilkes.

Wilkes tried to tell Carter that Frost will keep coming for them, but she informed him of Stark's canon. Suddenly, Wilkes turned on them, holding them at gunpoint, demanding the uranium rods. Wilkes threatened to shoot Carter, so Sousa revealed their location. Wilkes then joined back with Frost informing them of the rods location at the Auerbach Theatrical Agency. [13] Reuniting with Daniel Sousa Carter and Daniel Sousa discuss the plan "If we're going to end this once and for all, we need to open the rift, knock the Zero Matter out of Whitney, and send it back to wherever it came from." ―Peggy Carter [src] Carter and Daniel Sousa arrived at the facility, where they found Jack Thompson, whose memory had been recently wiped, and the uranium gone.

Thompson was able to give them the coordinates to Whitney Frost that he had wrote down. They then prepared to stop Frost, allowing Thompson to come with them, now trusting him. Sousa then took a moment to reconfirm with Carter the priorities, as Jason Wilkes was no longer a hostage.

Carter tried to assure him that Wilkes was just confused, but Sousa assured her he was desperate and was no longer on their side. However, Carter was offended that Sousa told her not to let her emotions get in the way of the mission, seeing how he did the very thing not too long ago.

Stopping Whitney Frost's Test Carter asks about the Gamma Cannon They all then drove to the coordinates location, Carter with Edwin Jarvis, who she was concerned was not in the best state of mind for the mission. They then noticed a rift open up in the sky, which they feared meant they were too late. They then set up the Gamma Cannon, which Carter questioned if it would work, which Aloysius Samberly was not able to confirm.

Jarvis started to get restless, wanting to deal with Frost immediately, so he drove off, causing Carter to go after him, ordering the rest to get the cannon working.

Carter is captured by Joseph Manfredi Carter demanding Jarvis to stop, but he remained determined to get to Frost. Carter then noticed a the cannon fire at the rift, which closed it. Carter then arrived at Frost's location, but it was too late, as Jarvis shot her immediately. She then noticed Wilkes on the ground, alive, but so was Frost. Joseph Manfredi then arrived and was about to kill them, when Frost stopped him and told him to capture them, so he knocked the two out.

[13] Dreaming with a Song Carter faced with choosing peggy carter cast she loves While unconscious, Carter found herself in a dream where she was back at the New York Bell Company Office talking to her brother, telling him how much she missed him. Then, she entered th L&L Automat where she came across Angie Martinelli, and then was confronted by the love triangle she had been trapped in with Wilkes and Sousa.

As the peggy carter cast continued, through the form of a musical about Carter making her choice between the two men, she was informed by Jarvis to wake up, which she does after being punched by Rose Roberts. [30] Escaping with Edwin Jarvis Carter uses the Hot Wire to escape When Carter awoke, she and Jarvis were tied up and in a truck. Jarvis soon woke up, and as she was untying him, he tried to explain his actions, but Carter didn't care to hear it.

Carter and Jarvis were able to escape the truck by using the Hot Wire in Carter's belt. They then started to walk, much to Jarvis' annoyance, where they argued about what had happened, Carter angry about Jarvis being blinded by seeking revenge and Jarvis angry at Carter getting Ana Jarvis shot. Carter and Edwin Jarvis argue in the desert Carter then confronted Jarvis about how the "adventures" they go on are merely a thrill for him, to which he can return home afterwards, and if there are any consequences, he blames her even though it was he choices he has made.

Carter then proceeded, stating how she has suffered many losses, unlike Jarvis who still gets to go back to Ana, to which he revealed that she could no longer have children due to the injuries. The two then made amends with each other.

Carter knocks out Paul At that moment, the truck they were in, returned having realized they were gone. Not wanting to just be captured again, Carter faked passing out, so that when Paul went to pick her up, she caught him off guard and knocked him out. She then rescued Jarvis from Ralph, and they drove away in the truck. [30] Questioning Vernon Masters Carter questions trusting Vernon Masters After dropping Jarvis off to be with his wife, Carter returned to the facility, and attacked Vernon Masters demanding to know where her allies were.

However, Sousa and Thompson came in and stopped her, informing her that Masters was essential to their operation. After learning that she would be working with Masters to stop Frost, Carter voiced her doubt in trusting him.

However, he established that they all had information on each other that they won't use so long as no one else does. They prepared to take out Frost, with the Gamma Cannon repaired and Carter and Sousa being backup, but when they went to drive, the car wouldn't start as Masters had double-crossed them.

When they went to get Samberly's car, he revealed a secret plan to use the cannon as a bomb from Thompson. They then asked him to manufacture a jammer to block the frequency of the trigger.

[30] Rescue of Jason Wilkes Carter attempts to free Jason Wilkes When they arrived at Thompson and Masters' location, Carter went to rescue Wilkes from Frost before the bomb would be set off.

Carter then made her way into the Los Angeles Waste Management Facility, taking out any guards she came across, until she found Wilkes tied down. As Carter freed him, Wilkes tried to warn her to leave, as he was not in control of what was in him, but she wouldn't leave.

The two then began to leave, but Wilkes ended up locking Carter out, not allowing her to be near him. Carter then left the facility and regrouped to find Thompson demanding they stop the jammer. When Samberly shut off the jammer, Carter held a gun to Thompson, refusing to let him murder Wilkes in the process.

[30] Carter holds a gun at Jack Thompson Carter gave Thompson a final warning, but he was set on following through with his plan. However, before he could trigger the bomb, a wave knocked them all down. They all went into the facility to investigate what had happened, discovering Wilkes, who had expelled all of the Zero Matter from his body. Suddenly, the Zero Matter on the floor started to move towards Frost, who fully absorbed it. Knowing they couldn't defeat her, they retreated. Carter forgives Jason Wilkes peggy carter cast his actions Frost attempted to chase them down, but she was struck down by a car driven by Jarvis with Howard Stark inside.

They all then drove away, leaving Frost, who was only unconscious. When they returned to the Auerbach Theatrical Agency, Carter stayed with Wilkes as he explained the Zero Matter to Stark, as well as the dangers of Frost.

Wilkes, now confirmed to be cleared of any Zero Matter, apologized to Carter for the way he acted previously, including holding a gun to her. However, peggy carter cast apology was cut short when Stark brought up the countless times Carter is put in danger.

[31] Deal with Joseph Manfredi Carter discusses stopping Whitney Frost The next morning, while Carter, Wilkes and Stark were having breakfast, they discussed creating a new Gamma Cannon, as well as what to do after they extract it from Frost. They were then surprised when Manfredi came out holding Jarvis at gunpoint turned out to be a joke between him and Stark, who were friends. Manfredi told them that he was coming to them for help stopping Frost, who he too believed was too far gone.

Carter decides to work with Joseph Manfredi However, Manfredi made it clear that he wanted to save her, unlike the rest of the group. He also informed them that she was planning on opening the rift again, which Carter believed they could use to extract the Zero Matter from Frost.

Stark then suggested that they steal Frost's research on the rift, and Carter tasked Manfredi with luring Frost away so they could get to her room. [31] Infiltrating Whitney Frost's Home Carter infiltrates Whitney Frost's room That night, Carter and Sousa headed to the Chadwick Residence, where they waited for Manfredi to get Frost out of her room.

When Frost left, they entered the room and took pictures of Frost's notes. As they did, Sousa expressed his gratitude in getting to work with Carter again. When they finished, they overheard Frost returning, so they escaped through the window. Carter and Sousa headed to the Agency to give the photos to Stark, Wilkes and Samberly.

[31] Making their Plan Carter assisting in coming up with a plan They all then discussed creating machine to open the rift, along with any other possibilities of something going wrong.

However, by working together, they were able to formulate a plan that would safely open the rift. As the three scientists went to work on the machine, Carter left them after settling a quarrel they had by naming the machine herself. Carter then assisted Jarvis in his role peggy carter cast the machine construction, in which she asked about Ana, who he reported was going to be fine. Thompson then entered, but Carter rejected his help, tasking him with getting dinner.

[31] Defeat of Whitney Frost Carter witnesses the rift being opened again The next day, they all arrived at filming location of the Stark Pictures production, where they went through the plan. Wilkes informed them that anything close to the rift once it opens will begin to levitate towards it. With everything encountered for, Stark then activated the generator, which successfully opened the rift, leaving only for them to wait for Frost to come for it. Carter and Thompson then went to get into position to be on lookout for Frost.

Carter defeats and arrests Whitney Frost As they waited, Thompson asked her about Carter if she was going to arrest him for working with Masters, but Carter told him she wouldn't, despite how Thompson has treated her. He then informed her of a key he found from Master's bag, of peggy carter cast neither knew what it was for.

Suddenly, they heard Samberly scream, followed by Sousa reported Frost's arrival. They all then gathered by the Gamma Cannon as they watched Frost approach the rift.

Stark then fired upon Frost, which successfully extracted the Zero Matter from her and into the rift. Carter volunteers to manually close the rift Carter then arrested Frost, but their victory was short lived when she learned that they were having trouble closing the rift.

Stark informed them that the way to close the rift was to get to the generator and close it manually, being at risk of being pulled in. As they argued over who would be the one to do it, they discovered Sousa already making his way to the generator. As they watched Sousa struggle to close the rift, Carter tried to think of a way to save him, suggesting detonating the Gamma Cannon inside the rift. Carter stopping Daniel Sousa from being killed When Sousa started to levitate towards the rift, his rope came loose, so Carter, followed by everyone else, grabbed on and pulled back.

As they held on, Jarvis returned with Samberly, as they used Stark's Hovercar and the Gamma Cannon's core to destroy the rift. Jarvis then activated the car, which flew into the rift, destroying it once and for all. With all threats now dealt with, they all took a moment due to being incredibly exhausted. [31] A Reason to Stay Carter and Howard Stark discuss Zero Matter "My whole life is in New York: My roommate, my job, my plane ticket's already booked." "Of course.

All very good reasons to leave. But perhaps all you need is one compelling reason to stay." ―Peggy Carter and Edwin Jarvis [src] The next morning, as Carter and Howard Stark ate breakfast, they argued over what could peggy carter cast done with Zero Matter.

Stark believed that in the right hands it could excel scientific achievements, but Carter saw it as only a means for trouble. Jason Wilkes then joined them, and he and Carter discussed her returning home, as well as what might have been if they met differently, but Carter appreciated getting to know him the way she did.

Carter says her goodbyes to Ana Jarvis Carter then went to leave Howard Peggy carter cast Estate, but when she walked out the door, she was reunited with Ana Jarvis, who had returned from the hospital.

Ana was insulted for her trying to leave without saying goodbye, but Carter didn't know if Ana wanted to see her after what she had been through. However, Ana assured her she was fine, and the two hugged.

Edwin Jarvis then offered to drive Carter anywhere, but she declined due to calling a taxi, which greatly upset him. Feeling bad, she decided to let Jarvis drive her, and he packed her luggage into the car, Carter is asked to stay in Los Angeles Carter had Jarvis drive her to the Auerbach Theatrical Agency so she could finish some paperwork. He insisted that he could take her to the airport, but Carter told Jarvis he had done plenty for her already. Before he departed, Jarvis spoke with Carter about how she fitted in Los Angeles, insisting her on not returning to New York.

Carter stated that she had many reasons to return home, but Jarvis believed she only needed one good reason to stay. Carter and Daniel Sousa share a kiss Carter then met with Daniel Sousa as he finished the paperwork on the Isodyne Energy case. Sousa then began to criticize Carter on how she acted during the case, saying that she was reckless, much to her protest. Sousa peggy carter cast to irritate Carter, which she soon understood was him messing with her in a flirtatious way, so she kissed him passionately.

With their feelings for each other finally revealed, they embraced their relationship as they made out in Sousa's office. Carter then decided to use more vacation time in order to stay in Los Angeles for a while longer. [31] However, their relationship eventually ended.

[32] S.H.I.E.L.D. Zodiac Carter working for the SSR in Brooklyn "Agent Carter, it is my honor to inform you that you are going to run S.H.I.E.L.D. And I'd also like to assist you in carrying your personal items down to your car." "Thank you, Agent Flynn, but as has always been the case, I don't require your help." ― John Flynn and Peggy Carter [src] Carter eventually moved back to Brooklyn, New York City, continuing to work with the Strategic Scientific Reserve.

Carter was stuck in an office run by John Flynn who patronized her and only used her for code-breaking and analysis, believing that, as a woman, she should not be sent into the field.

Carter sneaks through the warehouse Three months into her work there, after all of her fellow agents had gone out for drinks, leaving her alone in the office, she received a call directing her to the location of the Zodiac and requesting agents to retrieve the substance. Carter used the absence of her co-workers as an excuse to take the mission, and traveled to the Zodiac's location, carrying a briefcase full of field gear with her. The place was guarded by two guards who told her she could not go in.

Carter quickly subdued both of them and threw one through the window. The third guard managed to get a weapon but Carter quickly took him hostage. Cuffing him to a pipe, she made him scream for help. Carter on a mission to obtain peggy carter cast Zodiac When two other guards arrived she ambushed them and knocked them both out with a club.

Using her gun she forced the last guard to retreat and lock himself in the room where the Zodiac was stored, believing himself to be safe. Carter continued advancing and shot several holes into the door, making one large hole, and threw a smoke bomb in the room to make the guard inside pass out.

Using a gas mask, she entered the gas-filled room and quickly found the vial marked with a strange Zodiac symbol. Carter is almost strangled to death However, Carter was attacked by a huge guard in a gas mask. During the fight the guard managed to pull her gas mask off. Peggy carter cast she was exposed to the gas the guard pinned her down and started to strangle her.

On the verge of passing out, Carter managed to grab a knife from her briefcase and stabbed him. After she knocked out the final guard, Carter recovered the Zodiac and brought it back to the Strategic Scientific Reserve New York Office. Carter is told she'll be running S.H.I.E.L.D. The next day at the office, Flynn admonished Carter for her actions, saying that the only reason that she was an agent was that people felt sorry for her after Captain America died.

In the midst of his tirade, the office hotline rang and he was informed by Howard Stark that he was to give the news to Carter that she would be running S.H.I.E.L.D., a new organization designed to supplant the SSR. [4] "You were always so dramatic. Look, you saved the world. We rather mucked it up." "You didn't.

Knowing you helped found S.H.I.E.L.D. is half the reason I stayed." ―Peggy Carter and Steve Rogers [src] Carter continued working for the Strategic Scientific Reserve until 1949. [23] During the same year, Carter personally peggy carter cast the construction of a secret base that would later become known as the Playground.

[33] After that, Carter became the Director of S.H.I.E.L.D., working alongside Howard Stark. Carter is interviewed about Captain America Sometime after the war, Carter married a man who had been saved by Captain America and together, they had a son and daughter. In 1953, Carter was interviewed about Rogers and their involvement in the war. She explained how she and Rogers met and worked together during Project Rebirth, with him changing her life long after his demise.

Carter began crying when asked about speaking to Rogers in his final moments. This footage was on display at the Captain America Exhibit at the Smithsonian Institution. [34] Braddock's Unit Carter is updated on Braddock's unit "Sergeant? Hang up and call Air Command. Braddock needs back up, immediately." ―Peggy Carter [src] In 1970, Carter was still working as Director of S.H.I.E.L.D.

with Howard Stark and Mitchell Carson, based out of Camp Lehigh. On April 7 of that year, Carter had a meeting with other agents outside her office. When she asked peggy carter cast Agent Braddock's unit to be brought in, an agent informed her that they had been stopped by lightning strikes, much to Carter's frustration. She then told him she would look at the weather projections, which revealed to her that it wasn't lighting strikes at all, so she rushed out to break this news.

[18] Working with Ant-Man "Sometime you won't know what you're working with until you're in the moment. so you have to improvise." ―Peggy Carter to Hank Pym [src] In 1987, Carter worked with Hank Pym, a young scientist who invented particles and a suit that could shrink a human being to the size of an ant, yet maintain his original strength. When a group of radicals in the Soviet-controlled East Berlin discovered a piece of old HYDRA technology, Howard Stark wanted to send an agent to Germany and stop them from reverse-engineering it.

However, Pym was unwilling to give his suit to anyone else, so Carter convinced him to go to Berlin personally. To see if the suit actually worked, she fired a few bullets at Pym, and he became small like an ant in the blink of an eye, proving he was ready for the mission. He left for Berlin later that day. When Pym returned from his mission in Berlin, he informed Carter and Stark about what had happened there.

Stark tried to prohibit Pym from being able to do any further missions, but Pym stated that the only way the organization could use Pym Particles was if he was using them. Pym then implied that he was willing to help in any future missions available to him. [35] Hank Pym's Retirement Carter is visited by Hank Pym in the Triskelion "We shouldn't let him leave the building." "You’ve already lied to him, now you want to go to war with him?" ― Mitchell Carson and Peggy Carter [src] In 1989, Hank Pym announced his resignation from the organization before Carter, Howard Stark and Mitchell Carson, after he had discovered that S.H.I.E.L.D.

was trying to replicate the Pym Particles from the Ant-Man technology, showing his anger by slamming Carson's head onto the desk after he insulted him. Carter listens to Howard Stark's statements Carter and Stark attempted to convince Pym to reconsider, reminding him not to allow the death of his beloved wife, Janet van Dyne, to destroy the good work he had achieved at S.H.I.E.L.D.; however, Pym refused to give up the Pym Particles for as long as he was alive and left the Triskelion.

As Pym exited out of the room, Carter watched and listened as Carson advised that Pym should be restrained and not get out of the building. Carter turned to Carson and advised him not to make Pym his enemy after he lied to him. [36] Retirement Years later, her great-niece and Michael Carter's granddaughter Sharon Carter would grow an interest in S.H.I.E.L.D., and Carter strongly supported her becoming an agent, even buying Sharon her first thigh holster.

However, Sharon never disclosed her relation to Carter due to the pressure of living up to her. [37] Reunited with Steve Rogers Carter talking to Steve Rogers after his return "You're alive! You. you came, you came back." "Yeah, Peggy." "It's been so long. So long." "Well, I couldn't leave my best girl. Not when she owes me a dance." ―Peggy Carter and Steve Rogers [src] Before 2012, Carter had quit S.H.I.E.L.D.

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and retired. [19] In her advanced age, she now had Alzheimer's disease, which forced her to stay at a retirement home in Washington, D.C. [34] After Steve Rogers returned from being frozen for nearly seventy years, he was given files about his allies from the 1940s, including Carter's. Thinking about calling her, Rogers initially decided against it, afraid of her seeing him still young. [19] Carter again happily identifies Steve Rogers Two years after he was saved, Rogers eventually peggy carter cast to visit Carter at the retirement home where she lived and confided in her of his struggle to accept S.H.I.E.L.D.

Lucidly, Carter told him that it was a different world out there now and suggested a fresh start. After a brief coughing fit however, Carter suddenly forget their previous conversations and thought she was meeting Rogers for the first time since the Battle in the Valkyrie because in her mind, that peggy carter cast the last time they spoke.

[34] Death and Funeral Carter's memorial picture at her funeral "I asked her once how she managed to master diplomacy and espionage at a time when no one wanted to see a woman succeed at either.

And she said, 'Compromise where you can. Where you can't, don't. Even if everyone is telling you that something wrong is something right. Even if the whole world is telling you to peggy carter cast, it is your duty to plant yourself like a tree, look them in the eye, and say, "No, you move.”'" ― Sharon Carter [src] Carter died in her sleep on June 18, 2016. Steve Rogers served as a pallbearer during her funeral, where she was eulogized by her great-niece, Sharon Carter.

[37] Personality "I don't need a congressional honor, I don't need Agent Thompson's approval, or the President's. I know my value. Anyone else's opinion doesn't really matter." ―Peggy Carter to Daniel Sousa [src] Carter was tough and resilient, standing strong whenever she was mistreated, be it by man or woman.

She had a sarcastic streak, and could also become close to a select few people, such as Steve Rogers, Howard Stark, Edwin Jarvis, and a few others. Though she believed in morality, she was willing to lie if the situation called for it, including the period when she was hiding her involvement with Howard Stark from the SSR. A loyal soldier, Carter was willing to do whatever was needed to get the job done, very nearly having Howard Stark shot out of the sky, when he was endangering the city of New York.

Such sacrifices wounded her; she did not enjoy it. Being somewhat no-nonsense, Carter did not take kindly to messing about during a mission or when there was work to be done. She was also quite clever, always able to work her way out of a pinch at a moment's notice.

Though her number of dear friends was slim, she was exceedingly appreciative to those she had. Abilities "English broad, solid right hook." ― Jerome Zandow to Ray Krzeminski [src] • Master Martial Artist: Carter fighting against Dottie Underwood Carter was a highly skilled martial artist.

Carter used her fighting skills to defeat Sasha Demidov before he could kill her. She was able to defeat several highly skilled agents with little effort. Despite initially being overwhelmed, Carter managed to defeat Dottie Underwood, a highly skilled Red Room assassin. Carter was also able to silently subdue the guards of the Zodiac.

Carter used a direct and highly versatile fighting style, and influenced by Defendu; she was adept at constantly using her surroundings to her advantage. Carter was able to quickly use the weapons or clothing of her opponents against them.

Highly opportunistic and able to improvise quickly, Carter could use nearly every item available to her as an improvised weapon. • Expert Marksman: During the assassination of Abraham Erskine, Carter was able to kill the driver of Heinz Kruger, as he drove towards her, without fear of being hit. She chided Rogers for interrupting her shot when she aimed for Kruger.

While trying to obtain Zodiac, Carter shot at a steel door multiple times hitting the same spot to create a hole large enough for the gas grenade she had planned to drop. "I conducted my own investigation because no one listens to me. I got away with it because no one looks at me." ―Peggy Carter [src] • Master Spy: Carter goes undercover as a dairy inspector Carter was able to infiltrate Castle Kaufmann and free Abraham Erskine with her disguise as "Eva". Likewise, she was able to flawlessly mimic other accents.

She knew how to manipulate the sexist stereotypes of her time to her advantage by bringing coffee to a meeting in order to spy on it and seducing a man to gain information. She also peggy carter cast time at Bletchley Park during the early years of World War II, learning code breaking skills. She went undercover as a dairy inspector in order to find information about Sheldon McFee. She could use various gadgets to help as well. She had always gotten the information steps before her co-workers could.

• Master Investigator: Carter was able to solve the Leviathan case very efficiently, including deducing that the person who manipulated Stark would be one of the women he had been with, and that that woman would likely have scars on her wrists from years of handcuffing herself to a bedpost.

In a lot of cases Carter was able to connect evidence or spot things that her colleagues missed. "Do as Peggy says!" ― Daniel Sousa and Jack Thompson [src] • Expert Tactician: Though they were all seasoned war veterans, the Howling Commandos took instruction from Carter on how to infiltrate the Red Room Academy, following her leadership on how to divide the men and what to do in a given situation.

Though both leaders of their respective branches of the SSR, Thompson and Sousa referred to Carter's plan to fight Whitney Frost. • Scientist: Carter had knowledge of chemistry, knowing how to use simple household items to create a compound necessary to render the lanthanum carbon alloy Nitramene inert and nonvolatile. She also knew a bit about the chemicals that Jason Wilkes showed her.

• Thief: Carter was peggy carter cast to pickpocket an access card from an employee of Isodyne Energy with ease; however, she was not successful in using her Brooch Key to access Daniel Sousa's desk because he was too close to her. • Multilingualism: Carter was fluent in her native English, as well as Russian and German.

She could also speak with a convincing American accent while undercover. Equipment Weapons • Walther PPK: Carter shooting at Heinz Kruger's taxi cab Carter carried a Walther PPK as her sidearm during her time serving with the Strategic Scientific Reserve.

Carter used the weapon to shoot at Heinz Kruger while trying to prevent his escape following the Assassination of Abraham Erskine, and to raid a warehouse in New York City during the search of Zodiac. • Walther PPK/S: Carter changed her weapon of choice to a similar model following the end of World War II. Carter used it mostly to threaten her enemies, such as Leet Brannis when she confronted him both at the Roxxon Refinery and in Cedar Grove. She also carried the weapon when investigating The Heartbreak until Jerome Zandow disarmed her, and while Howard Stark gave a press conference at the New York City Hall.

Carter continued to use it when she traveled to Los Angeles, in order to defend herself from the men trying to kill Jason Wilkes, and when confronting Jack Thompson for wanting to detonate a bomb that would stop Whitney Frost but sacrificing Jason Wilkes' life. • Colt M1911A1: Carter chose this pistol from the arsenal at the Strategic Scientific Reserve Headquarters, and used it to shoot at Steve Rogers, testing the resistance of a Vibranium Shield he was carrying.

Some years later, Carter obtained another from one of the Manfredi Crime Family members that were sent back to the desert to recapture her and Edwin Jarvis, using it to threaten the two goons and escape in the van where they had previously been kept as hostages.

• M1928A1 Thompson: Carter targets and shoots at a HYDRA soldier Carter used this weapon during the Attack on HYDRA Headquarters, killing many HYDRA soldiers, specifically making a HYDRA soldier with a flamethrower burst into flames. • M1A1 Thompson: The standard assault weapon used by agents of the Strategic Scientific Reserve following World War II. She already used it at the end of the war, in an attack at the last known HYDRA base that led to the capture of Werner Reinhardt.

Carter was also issued one when she joined a mission at the Soviet Union, using it against Leviathan soldiers during an infiltration into the Red Room Academy. • MP 40: Carter managed to obtain one of these weapons while undercover on Castle Kaufmann, using it to liberate Abraham Erskine. • Ithaca 37: Carter took one of shotguns to investigate Howard Peggy carter cast Warehouse when Stark was kidnapped by Johann Fennhoff and Dottie Underwood.

Before she could rescue Stark or stop the two Leviathan operatives, Underwood disarmed her, and had to defeat her in a hand-to-hand combat. Carter also used this shotgun to confront Underwood a year later, arresting her when Underwood tried to commit a robbery at the Bowery Savings Bank.

• Winchester Model 1897: Carter carried this shotgun when she went to the Chadwick Ranch to rescue Dottie Underwood from Whitney Frost, but she was disarmed when Edwin Jarvis failed to enter the right code on the Jitterbug. • Winchester Model 1912: Carter, Jack Thompson and Daniel Sousa took these shotguns when they set up the ultimate trap for Whitney Frost at the Stark Pictures set, opening a rift to attract her and remove the Zero Matter from her body.

• Winchester Model 1866: Edwin Jarvis gave Carter one of Howard Stark's hunting rifles loaded with tranquilizer darts in order to capture Rufus Hunt to interrogate him about his employers. Though Carter accurately shot the dart against Hunt, she had to struggle with him to hit him a second time with the dart, and Carter ended up hitting Peggy carter cast in the head with the back of the rifle.

• M18 Smoke Grenade: A smoke grenade that Carter used to clear the room where Zodiac was being stored, incapacitating the only guard inside. Other Equipment This section requires expansion • Bulletproof Vest: To be added • Grappling Hook Gun: Carter used this to escape with Abraham Erskine from Castle Kaufmann. • Stun Light Device: Peggy Carter utilized this while infiltrating the Roxxon Refinery in search of Leviathan's Nitramene bombs.

She stunned Miles Van Ert with the device before pursuing Leet Brannis. • S.H.I.E.L.D. Pin: At the formation of S.H.I.E.L.D., pins with the symbol of the agency were given to every agent, including Carter. • Pick-Lock Wristwatch: A mechanism designed to crack the combination of any safe, and concealed as a small wristwach that Carter used to crack a safe with the Nitramene formula and bomb in it.

• Sweet Dreams Lipstick: A sleep-inducing compound disguised as a lipstick that Carter used on Spider Raymond and a guard keeping Dottie Underwood in custody.

• Brooch Key: A small picklock device that Carter used to get into Daniel Sousa's file drawer. • Camera Pen: A photographic camera disguised as a common pen that Carter used to photograph the previously stolen inventions of Howard Stark that the Strategic Scientific Reserve had confiscated. • Hot Wire: To be added Facilities This section requires expansion • St Martin-In-The-Fields High School for Girls: To be added • Bletchley Park: It was here Carter developed her code-breaking skills during World War II.

• Camp Lehigh: As an overseer of the Strategic Scientific Reserve's operations, Carter was one of the leaders at Camp Lehigh during the selection of the candidate for Project Rebirth. • Strategic Scientific Reserve Headquarters: To be added • Griffith Hotel: After her roommate was murdered, Carter moved to the Griffith after recommendation from a friend.

She was later evicted by the proprietor, following her on-site arrest by the SSR. • New York Bell Company Office: When she was employed by the Strategic Scientific Reserve, Carter worked at the peggy carter cast Company' which was a cover for agents of the New York branch. • Auerbach Theatrical Agency: The talent agency was the cover for the local base for SSR actvitiy in Los Angeles. Carter utilized the facilities during her investigation. • Playground: To be added • Triskelion: To be added Relationships Family • Grandmother † • Harrison Carter † - Father • Amanda Carter † - Mother • Michael Carter - Brother • Husband • Son • Daughter • Nephew • Niece-in-Law • Sharon Carter - Great-Niece Allies • Edwards - Former Employer • Fred Wells - Former Fiancé • Strategic Scientific Reserve - Temporary Enemies • Roger Dooley † - Former Superior • Jack Thompson - Former Superior • John Flynn - Former Superior • Abraham Erskine † - Colleague and Friend • Lorraine - Colleague and Rival • Rose Roberts - Colleague and Friend • Ray Krzeminski † - Colleague • Butch Wallace - Colleague • Yauch † - Colleague • Henry - Colleague • Corcoran † - Colleague • Alex Doobin - Colleague • Vega - Colleague • Aloysius Samberly - Colleague • Johnson - Colleague • Miller - Colleague • Wilkes - Colleague • United Peggy carter cast Army • Michael Duffy • Gilmore Hodge • Howling Commandos • Steve Rogers/Captain America - Former Love Interest • Bucky Barnes • Dum Dum Dugan - Friend • Gabe Jones • James Montgomery Falsworth † • Jim Morita † • Jacques Dernier † • Junior Juniper † • Pinky Pinkerton • Happy Sam Sawyer • Angie Martinelli - Friend and Former Neighbor • Colleen O'Brien † - Friend and Former Roommate • Stark Industries • Edwin Jarvis † - Friend • Anton Vanko † • Jason Wilkes - Former Love Interest and Friend • Griffith Hotel • Miriam Fry - Former Landlady • Carol - Former Neighbor • Vera - Former Neighbor • Gloria - Former Neighbor • Lorraine - Former Neighbor • Helen - Former Neighbor • Molly Bowden - Former Neighbor • Pete - Friend • Ana Jarvis - Friend • Violet • Joseph Manfredi - Former Enemy • Chung • S.H.I.E.L.D.

(First Incarnation) • Chester Phillips † - Former Superior and Peggy carter cast • Howard Stark † - Friend and Co-Founder • Daniel Sousa † - Former Superior, Former Colleague and Ex-Boyfriend • Hank Pym - Former Colleague • Janet van Dyne - Former Colleague • John F. Kennedy † Enemies • HYDRA • Johann Schmidt/Red Skull • Arnim Zola † • Heinz Kruger † • Werner Reinhardt † • Mitchell Carson - Former Colleague • Leviathan • Johann Fennhoff - Former Ally • Dottie Underwood - Temporary Ally • Sasha Demidov † - Victim • Leet Brannis † • Miles Van Ert • Spider Raymond † • Jerome Zandow † • Otto Mink † • Nikola † - Former Ally • Andrew Henry † • Council of Nine • Calvin Chadwick † • Hugh Jones • Rufus Hunt † • Whitney Frost • Receptionist • Manfredi Crime Family Appearances Appearances for Peggy Carter In chronological order: • Agent Carter • Season Two • Smoke & Mirrors (flashback) • Captain America: First Vengeance • Captain America: The First Avenger • Captain America: The First Avenger Adaptation • The Avengers Adaptation (flashbacks) • Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

• Season Two • Shadows (flashbacks) peggy carter cast The Things We Bury (flashbacks) • Agent Carter • Season One • Now is Not the End • The Edge of Mystery (flashback) • Bridge and Tunnel • Time and Tide • The Blitzkrieg Button • The Iron Ceiling • A Sin to Err • SNAFU • Valediction • Season Two • The Lady in the Lake • A View in the Dark • Better Angels • Smoke & Mirrors • The Atomic Job • Life of the Party • Monsters • The Edge of Mystery • A Little Song and Dance • Hollywood Ending • Marvel One-Shot: Agent Carter • Captain America: The Winter Soldier (flashback) • Captain America: Civil War Prelude (flashback) • Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

• Season Seven • Alien Commies from the Future! (mentioned) • Out of the Past (mentioned) • Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

• Season Seven • A Trout in the Milk (mentioned) • As I Have Always Been (indirectly mentioned) • Stolen (indirectly mentioned) • Ant-Man Prelude • Ant-Man (flashback) • Ant-Man and the Wasp Prelude (flashbacks) • The Avengers (file; deleted scenes) • Captain America: The Winter Soldier • Captain America: Civil War Prelude • Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

• Season Two • Heavy is the Head (picture) • Peggy carter cast Age of Ultron (illusion) • Captain America: Civil War (picture & mentioned) • Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. • Season Three • Emancipation (picture) • Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Slingshot • Season One • Vendetta (mentioned in a flashback) • Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

• Season Four • Meet the New Boss (mentioned) • The Good Samaritan (mentioned) • Avengers: Endgame (picture) • The Falcon and The Winter Soldier • Season One • One World, One People (indirectly mentioned) Trivia • In the comics, Margaret Alexandra "Peggy" Carter was an American freedom fighter with the French Resistance during World War II, and her relationship with Gabe Jones was one of the first inter-racial relationships in comics.

• In the comics, Cynthia Glass shares many physical and biographical similarities with the MCU version of Peggy Carter, such as being a friend and love interest to Steve Rogers both before and after his transformation, and being considered his first love. However, Glass was a Nazi spy who sacrificed her life to save Rogers from the Red Skull. • According to S.H.I.E.L.D. Files, Peggy joined the Special Air Service (SAS) in 1936.

In reality, SAS wasn't formed until July 1941. The file also says prior to this, she served as a British Air Force Nurse from 1934-1936. None of this history has been referenced on-screen, only that Carter was a code-breaker, and so should be taken as retconned along with some other inaccurate information presented at the time due to her history not being as fleshed out when that Deleted Scene was written.

• Carter's S.H.I.E.L.D. file also lists her time with the Strategic Science Reserve as being from 1950-1985. Presumably, this was actually her time with S.H.I.E.L.D. since her time with the SSR was listed above this line. Whether or not it was Carter's time with S.H.I.E.L.D., it was regardless proven to be false as she was still shown to be with S.H.I.E.L.D.

by 1989. • The file also lists Carter's date of peggy carter cast as April 9th, 1919. This was later proven to be slightly off to when she actually was born in 1921. • Carter and Dottie Underwood shared the first same-sex kiss in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. • Carter shares her middle name "Elizabeth" with her actress, Hayley Elizabeth Atwell. Behind the Scenes • There was a planned scene for The Avengers where Steve Rogers reunites with an elderly Carter, but said scene was never filmed.

The idea was eventually recycled and integrated into Captain America: The Winter Soldier. However, there is a deleted scene in The Avengers where Rogers finds files about the deceased Howling Commandos and Carter.

Her address and telephone number are on the file, but Rogers decides to not make a call. • Peggy Carter is the most frequently recurring secondary character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, having been featured in six movies ( Captain America: The First Avenger, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Ant-Man, Captain America: Civil War and Avengers: Endgame), a one-shot and two TV series ( Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

and Agent Carter). • Emily Blunt was offered the role, but she turned it down. • Peggy Carter almost didn't appear in Avengers: Endgame with her presence during the Theft of the Space Stone sequence not included in the first draft: " Our first draft did not have this, peggy carter cast it would have been a shame," confirmed Stephen McFeely " It's really lovely. Just the structure of the scene. The production design, setting up this office in such a way that he can be in shadow and she can be in light." [38] • Kelly J.

Dent, Shauna Duggins, Kimberly Shannon Murphy were stunt doubles for Hayley Atwell in the role of Peggy Carter. • Caridad Angus and Monique Davis were stand-ins for Hayley Atwell in the role of Peggy Carter. • Emma Lillie Lees was a photo double for Hayley Atwell in the role of Peggy Carter.

References • ↑ 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 1.11 1.12 Captain America: The First Avenger • ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 Agent Carter: 1.01: Now is Not the End • ↑ 3.0 3.1 3.2 Captain America: First Vengeance • ↑ 4.0 4.1 Marvel One-Shot: Peggy carter cast Carter • ↑ 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 Agent Carter: 1.03: Time and Tide • ↑ 6.0 6.1 6.2 Agent Carter: 1.02: Bridge and Tunnel • ↑ 7.0 7.1 Agent Carter: 1.04: The Blitzkrieg Button • ↑ 8.0 8.1 8.2 Agent Carter: 1.05: The Iron Ceiling • ↑ 9.0 9.1 9.2 9.3 9.4 Agent Carter: 2.01: The Lady in the Lake • ↑ 10.0 10.1 10.2 10.3 10.4 10.5 10.6 Agent Carter: 2.03: Better Angels • ↑ 11.0 11.1 Agent Carter: 2.05: The Atomic Job • ↑ 12.0 12.1 12.2 12.3 12.4 Agent Carter: 2.06: Life of the Party • ↑ 13.0 13.1 13.2 Agent Carter: 2.08: The Edge of Mystery • ↑ S.H.I.E.L.D.

Files • ↑ Peggy Carter's obituary in Emancipation • ↑ Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: 3.20: Emancipation • ↑ Peggy Carter's funeral order of service from behind the scenes of Captain America: Civil War • ↑ 18.0 18.1 Avengers: Endgame • ↑ 19.0 19.1 19.2 The Avengers Extended Scene • ↑ 20.0 20.1 20.2 20.3 20.4 Agent Carter: 2.04: Smoke & Mirrors • ↑ 21.0 21.1 21.2 21.3 Agent Carter: 2.02: A View in the Dark • ↑ 22.0 22.1 Captain America: The First Avenger: America's Secret Weapon • ↑ 23.0 23.1 S.H.I.E.L.D.

Files • ↑ Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: 2.01: Shadows • ↑ Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: 2.08: The Things We Bury • ↑ 26.0 26.1 Agent Carter: 1.06: A Sin to Err • ↑ 27.0 27.1 Agent Carter: 1.07: SNAFU • peggy carter cast 28.0 28.1 28.2 28.3 Agent Carter: 1.08: Valediction • ↑ 29.0 29.1 Agent Carter: 2.07: Monsters • ↑ 30.0 30.1 30.2 30.3 Agent Carter: 2.09: A Little Song and Dance • ↑ 31.0 31.1 31.2 31.3 31.4 31.5 Agent Carter: 2.10: Hollywood Ending • ↑ Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: 7.03: Alien Commies from the Future!

• ↑ Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: 4.02: Meet the New Boss • ↑ 34.0 34.1 34.2 Captain America: The Winter Soldier • ↑ Ant-Man Prelude • ↑ Ant-Man • ↑ 37.0 37.1 Captain America: Civil War • ↑ Avengers: Endgame - Audio Commentary Preceded by: - Director of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Peggy Carter 1949 – 1980s Succeeded by: R. Keller External Links • Peggy Carter on Marvel Database • Peggy Carter on Wikipedia

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