Yesterday, you saw the actresses you may have seen in multiple period dramas. For today, Part 2 of the series "Where have I've seen them before?", the Actors
Brendan Coyle was in North and South (2004) as Nicholas Higgins, Lark Rise to Candleford (2008 - 2010) as Robert Timmins, and Downton Abbey (2010 - ) as John Bates.
Colin Firth was in Pride and Prejudice (1995) as Mr. Darcy, The Importance of Being Earnest (2002) as Jack Worthing, and The King's Speech (2010) as Prince Albert (Bertie)/King George IV (sorry, typo in there).
Dan Stevens was in Sense and Sensibility (2008) as Edward Ferrars and in Downton Abbey (2010 - ) as Matthew Crawley.
Greg Wise was in Sense and Sensibility (1995) as John Willoughby, The Moonstone (1997) as Franklin Blake, and Cranford (2007) as Sir Charles Maulver. He is also married to Sense and Sensibility co-star Emma Thompson.
Hugh Bonneville was in Daniel Deronda (2002) as Henleigh Grandcourt, Lost in Austen (2008) as Mr. Bennet, and Downton Abbey (2010 - ) as Robert Crawley, Earl of Grantham.
Iain Glen was in Adam Bede (1992) as Adam Bede, Wives and Daughters (1999) as Mr. Preston, and in the upcoming season of Downton Abbey as Sir Richard Carlisle. He was also married to Susanna Harker who played Jane Bennet in the 1995 miniseries of Pride and Prejudice.
Jim Carter was in The Way We Live Now (2002) as Mr. Brehgert, Cranford (2007 - 2009) as Captain Brown, and Downton Abbey (2010 - ) as Charles Carson.
Matthew Macfayden was in The Way We Live Now (2002) as Sir Felix Carbury, Pride and Prejudice (2005) as Mr. Darcy, and Little Dorrit (2008) as Arthur Clennam.
Michael Gambon was in Wives and Daughters (1999) as Squire Hamley, Cranford (2007) as Thomas Holbrook, Emma (2009) as Mr. Woodhouse, and The King's Speech (2010) as King George V.
Robert Hardy was in Northanger Abbey (1986) as General Tilney (not pictured), Middlemarch (1994) as Arthur Brooke, Sense and Sensibility (1995) as Sir John Middleton, and Little Dorrit (2008) as Tite Barnacle.
That concludes the "Where have I've seen them before" posts!