Look away, look away... unless you're looking for information about the cast and characters of A Series of Unfortunate Events season 3. If that's the case, read on!
Lemony Snicket's sorry tale of the Baudelaire orphans concludes in the third and final season, which was released on Netflix on New Year's Day. The last time we saw them, Sunny Baudelaire had been kidnapped by the wicked Count Olaf and his troupe of strange henchpeople, while Klaus and Violet Baudelaire were in a rickety carriage rattling down a slippery slope and about to go flying off the edge of a mountain. A Series of Unfortunate Events season 3 brings new perils, new villains, new locations, new mysteries - and even a few new noble people.
From "The Slippery Slope" to "The End," from the Mortmain Mountains to the Hotel Denouement, here's our handy guide to who's-who (and who's playing whom) in each episode of A Series of Unfortunate Events season 3.
The Baudelaires (and Other Noble People)
Malina Weissman as Violent Baudelaire - The eldest Baudelaire child, who is a skilled inventor.
Louis Hynes as Klaus Baudelaire - The middle Baudelaire child, who is skilled at research.
Presley Smith as Sunny Baudelaire - The youngest of the Baudelaire children, whose skills include cooking and biting things.
Allison Williams as Kit Snicket - A noble and adventurous member of V.F.D. who is searching for a particular sugar bowl.
Patrick Warburton as Lemony Snicket - The narrator of A Series of Unfortunate Events, who has dedicated his life to finding out what happened to the Baudelaire orphans.
Morena Baccarin as Beatrice - A talented opera singer, a Volunteer, and the lost love of Lemony Snicket.
Count Olaf's Troupe (and Other Villains)
Neil Patrick Harris as Count Olaf - A very poor actor who is obsessed with capturing the Baudelaire orphans and stealing their enormous fortune.
Lucy Punch as Esmé Squalor - Count Olaf's very fashionable girlfriend and the city's sixth most important financial advisor.
John DeSantis as The Bald Man - A tall, bald henchman who is in love with Esmé.
Jacqueline and Joyce Robbins as The White-Faced Women - Identical henchwomen with very pale faces.
Usman Ally as The Hook-Handed Man - A henchman with hooks instead of hands.
Matty Cardarople as The Henchperson of Indeterminate Gender - A henchperson of indeterminate gender.
Kitana Turnbull as Carmelita Spats - A rude and spoiled little girl who unfortunately enjoys giving musical performances.
Richard E. Grant as The Man With A Beard But No Hair - A villainous man with a beard but no hair.
Beth Grant (no relation) as The Woman With Hair But No Beard - A villainous woman with hair but no beard.
Warning: Beyond this point there will be SPOILERS for A Series of Unfortunate Events season 3. Only read these cast and character guides if you've already seen the episode in question.
The Slippery Slope
Kevin Cahoon as Hugo - A young man with a spinal abnormality.
Bonnie Morgan as Colette - A young woman with an unusually flexible body.
Robbie Amell as Kevin - A young man whose hands are both equally strong.
Keegan Connor Tracy as Scout Leader - The caretaker of the Snow Scouts.
Dylan Kingwell as Quigley Quagmire - The third Quagmire triplet, previously thought to have perished in a fire, who is skilled in cartography.
The Grim Grotto
Kassius Nelson as Fiona Widdershins - The young captain of the Queequeg, whose skills include mycology and mechanical engineering.
Chris Gauthier as Phil/Cookie - Formerly a worker at the Lucky Smells Lumber Mill and now the Queequeg's head chef.
Flossie McKnight as Submarine Rental Associate - A woman who rents a terrifying submarine to Count Olaf and Esmé.
The Penultimate Peril
K. Todd Freeman as Arthur Poe - Vice-President of Orphan Affairs at Mulctuary Money Management.
Max Greenfield as Frank Denouement - The noble manager of the Hotel Denouement.
Max Greenfield as Ernest Denouement - The villainous manager of the Hotel Denouement.
Max Greenfield as Dewey Denouement - The secret manager of the Hotel Denouement.
Joan Cusack as Justice Strauss - A High Court Justice with a soft spot for the Baudelaire children.
Patrick Breen as Larry Your-Waiter - A member of the service industry and also a member of V.F.D.
Tony Hale as Jerome Squalor - Esmé's husband and one of the Baudelaires' former guardians.
Kerri Kenney as Babs - The former Head of Human Resources at Heimlich Hospital.
Roger Bart as Vice-Principal Nero - Vice-Principal of Prufrock Preparatory School and the head of Esmé Squalor's fan club.
Carol Mansell as Elder Jemma - One of the Elders from the Village of Fowl Devotees.
Lauren McGibbon as Perky Volunteer - An extremely cheerful member of the musical/balloon distribution group Volunteers Fighting Disease.
Darcey Johnson as The Trolleyman - The operator of the trolley that both Quigley Quagmire and Justice Strauss use to follow the Baudelaires' trail.
Eric Keenleyside as The Fire Chief - Count Olaf's father and head of the Official Fire Department.
Peter MacNicol as Ishmael - The facilitator of the island and the founder of V.F.D.
Nakai Takawira as Friday - The first colonist that the Baudelaires meet after landing on the island.
Angela Moore as Miranda - Friday's mother and another colonist on the island.
Simon Chin as Alonso - A colonist and head chef on the island.
Dylan Kingwell as Duncan Quagmire - One of the Quagmire triplets, who is skilled in journalism.
Avi Lake as Isadora Quagmire - One of the Quagmire triplets, who is skilled in writing poetry.
Matthew J. Dowden as Bertrand Baudelaire - Father of Violet, Klaus and Sunny Baudelaire.
Morena Baccarin as Beatrice Baudelaire - Mother of Violet, Klaus and Sunny Baudelaire, and the lost love of Lemony Snicket.
Angelina Capozzoli as Beatrice Baudelaire II - Kit Snicket's daughter, who was raised by the Baudelaire siblings.