List of Spooks characters
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The main recurring characters in the TV series Spooks include (principals shown in bold):
Final Series Leads
Main characters for Series 10:
- Sir Harry Pearce KBE (Peter Firth) (2002-2011) - Head of Counter-Terrorism Department, MI5.
- Dimitri Levendis (Max Brown) (2010-2011) Piracy and Terrorism Case Officer Section D 
- Erin Watts (Lara Pulver) (2011) - Chief of Section & Senior Case Officer, Section D
- Calum Reed (Geoffrey Streatfeild) (2011) - Junior Case Officer, Section D
- William Towers (Simon Russell Beale; 2010-2011) Home Secretary.
- Ruth Evershed (Nicola Walker) (2003–2006, 2009-2011) - Section D Intelligence Analyst, Home Secretary's Assistant (episodes 10.5/.6), originally seconded to MI5 from GCHQ).
- Tariq Masood (Shazad Latif) (2009-2011) - Technician and Data Analyst, Section D
- Beth Bailey (Sophia Myles) (2010) Formerly Junior Case Officer Section D 
- Lucas North (Richard Armitage) (2008–2010) Chief of Section & Senior Case Officer, Section D.
- Ros Myers (Hermione Norris) (2006–2009) - Chief of Section & Senior Case Officer, Section D, formerly Senior Case Officer at MI5 and MI6.
- Jo Portman (Miranda Raison) (2005–2009) - Junior Case Officer, Section D.
- Malcolm Wynn-Jones (Hugh Simon) (2002–2009, 2010-) - Technician and Data Analyst, Section D.
- Adam Carter (Rupert Penry-Jones) (2004–2008) - Chief of Section & Senior Case Officer, Section D, formerly Senior Case Officer at MI6
- Connie James (Gemma Jones) (2007–2008) - Senior Analyst, Section D.
- Ben Kaplan DSO (Alex Lanipekun) (2007–2008) - Junior Case Officer, Section D.
- Zafar Younis (Raza Jaffrey) (2004–2007) - Junior Case Officer, Section D.
- Colin Wells (Rory MacGregor) (2002–2006) - Technician and Data Analyst, Section D.
- Sam Buxton (Shauna Macdonald) (2003–2005) - Administrative Officer, Section D.
- Fiona Carter (Olga Sosnovska) (2004–2005) - Seconded MI6 Officer, Section D.
- Zoe Reynolds (Keeley Hawes) (2002–2004) - Junior Case Officer, Section D.
- Tom Quinn (Matthew Macfadyen) (2002–2004) - Chief of Section & Senior Case Officer, Section D.
- Danny Hunter (David Oyelowo) (2002–2004) - Junior Case Officer, Section D.
- Tessa Phillips (Jenny Agutter) (2002–2003) - Senior Analyst.
- Jed Kelley (Graeme Mearns) (2002) - Administrative Officer, Section D.
- Helen Flynn (Lisa Faulkner) (2002) - Junior Case Officer, Section D.
- Vaughn Edwards (Iain Glen) (2010) - Deniable intelligence operative who seemed to work for the highest bidder.
- Sarah Caulfield (Genevieve O'Reilly) (2009) - CIA Agent.
- Viktor Sarkisian (Peter Sullivan) (2008–2009) - Head of the FSB's London Office
- Bob Hogan (Matthew Marsh) (2007) - Senior CIA Liaison to Britain.
- Oliver Mace (Tim McInnerny) (2004, 2006) - Chairman of the Joint Intelligence Committee, later Director-General of MI5.
- Juliet Shaw (Anna Chancellor) (2005-) - National Security Co-Ordinator. Status uncertain following end of Series 6.
- Christine Dale (Megan Dodds) (2002–2004) - CIA Agent.
- Jools Siviter (Hugh Laurie) (2002) - MI6 Section Chief.
- Maya Lahan (Laila Rouass) (2010) Lucas's Ex Girlfriend.
- Elizabeta Starkova (Paloma Baeza) (2008) - Lucas North's ex-wife
- Will North (Richard Harrington) (2004) - Zoe Reynolds' fiancé.
- Ellie Simm (Esther Hall) (2002–2003) - Tom Quinn's ex-girlfriend.
- Vicki Westbrook (Natasha Little) (2003) - Tom Quinn's ex-girlfriend.
- Carlo Franceschini (Enzo Cilenti) (2003) - Zoe Reynolds' ex-boyfriend.
These fictional UK cabinet ministers managed the team or have been characters in some episodes.
- Nicholas Blake - Home Secretary - (Robert Glenister) (2006–2009) killed 2010
- Rachel Beauchamp - Foreign Secretary - (Jill Baker) (Series 7, Episode 6)
- Gillian Calderwood - Chancellor of the Exchequer - (Selina Cadell) (Series 7, Episode 5)
- Caroline Fox - Deputy Prime Minister - (Cheryl Campbell) (Series 5, Episode 10)
- James Allan - Foreign Secretary - (Alex Jennings) (2006)
- Ruth Chambers - Foreign Secretary - (Angela Bruce) (2007)
- unnamed Home Secretary - (Jeff Rawle) (2005)
- Alan Taylor - Cabinet Secretary - (2006)
- Richard Maynard - Defence Secretary - mentioned but resigned later.
- Daniel Wise - Foreign Trade Minister - (Ian Bartholomew) (2006)
- Andrew Lawrence (Tobias Menzies) (2009) - Home Secretary
- William Towers (Simon Russell Beale) - Home Secretary (2010-)
Other guest stars
- Hugh Laurie - Traitor's Gate, The Rose Bed Memoirs.
- Anthony Head - Traitor's Gate (1#4)
- Tim Pigott-Smith - (1#5)
- Martine McCutcheon - Series 4, Episode 2
- Andrew Tiernan - Surreal World and The Possibility of a Mole (4#1 and 4#2)
- Jimi Mistry - Series 4, Episode 6
- Gugu Mbatha-Raw as Jenny
- Paul Rhys as Alexis Meynell - Episode 5