Better Call Saul Season 4 Cast & Character Guide

Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould's Better Call Saul is back for its fourth season, with its talented ensemble back in the fold. Picking up after the shocking, tragic ending of season 3, the series will deal with the fallout of Charles McGill's death, and how that impacts his brother Jimmy's transformation into the one and only Saul Goodman. Elsewhere, audiences will continue to follow the ongoing cartel dealings with characters like Gus Fring and Nacho. As some may recall, the third season ended with Hector Salamanca suffering a stroke after Nacho switched out his heart pills with fakes.

The departure of towering talent Michael McKean (who played Chuck for three seasons) leaves a void Saul will never truly be able to fill, but there are several gifted thespians on AMC's hit drama. As the show's latest season revs up, we've assembled a cast and character guide to help viewers keep track of who's who in both the main and recurring casts.

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Main Cast

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Bob Odenkirk as Jimmy McGill - A lawyer who specialized in elder law, Jimmy is serving a one-year bar suspension due to his actions against Chuck in season 2. On top of dealing with the loss of his brother, he needs to find meaningful employment until he can practice law again.

Jonathan Banks as Mike Ehrmantraut - Leaving his days as a parking lot attendant behind, Mike furthers his involvement with Gus Fring's operation by going on the books as a security consultant for Madrigal Electromotive. As fans of Breaking Bad know, Mike will primarily work for Gus as a "cleaner" and help deal with various situations.

Rhea Seehorn as Kim Wexler - Jimmy's close friend and romantic partner, Kim is a lawyer who formerly worked at Hamlin, Hamlin & McGill. She runs her own firm out of her apartment, continuing to focus on Mesa Verde. Like Jimmy, Kim is grieving Chuck's death.

Patrick Fabian as Howard Hamlin - Owner of the law firm of Hamlin, Hamlin & McGill. Howard continues to work as a lawyer while dealing with the loss of Chuck, who was his mentor.

Michael Mando as Ignacio "Nacho" Varga - A member of Hector Salamanca's gang who betrays Hector by sabotaging the kingpin's heart medication. Nacho is looking for a way out of the criminal underworld so he can repair his relationship with his father, but things won't be easy.

Giancarlo Esposito as Gustavo "Gus" Fring - One of the premier drug distributors in the cartel, Gus runs the fast food restaurant Los Pollos Hermanos as a front.

Recurring Cast

Mark Margolis as Hector Salamanca - One of the leading kingpins in the cartel who suffered a stroke at the end of the third season.

Daniel and Luis Moncada as Leonel and Marco Salamanca - Hector's nephews who work as hitmen for the cartel.

Vincent Fuentes as Arturo - A member of Hector Salamanca's gang who works closely with Nacho.

Jeremiah Bitsui as Victor - One of Gus Fring's henchmen.

Ray Campbell as Tyrus Kitt - Another one of Gus Fring's henchmen.

Javier Grajeda as Juan Bolasa - A high-level member of the cartel Gus and Hector report to.

Laura Fraser as Lydia Rodarte-Quayle - An associate of Gus Fring's who works as an executive for Madrigal Electromotive. On the books, she is Mike's boss until all of his money goes through them.

Rex Linn as Kevin Wachtell - The Mesa Verde chairman who is one of Kim's clients.

Cara Pifko as Paige Novak - Mesa Verde's senior legal counsel working with Kim as the bank looks to expand.

Kerry Condon as Stacey Ehrmantraut - Mike's daughter-in-law.

Joe DeRosa as Dr. Caldera - A veterinarian who has connections to the criminal underworld. He frequently acts as Mike's liaison when Mike needs help.

Stefan Kapicic - Deadpool's Colossus actor joins the Breaking Bad cast in an unknown mystery role.

Tony Dalton as Lalo - A character who was mentioned during the "Better Call Saul" episode of Breaking Bad, Lalo will finally be seen in the flesh. His appearance will help Better Call Saul resolve a Breaking Bad mystery.

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Better Call Saul season 4 premieres August 6, 2018 on AMC.

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