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Doctor Who alums Karen Gillan and David Tennant lead the Brit-pack in commandeering American television, each starring in a prime-time television series. Other familiar faces include Dominic West and Ruth Wilson, both married on-screen, just not to each other, in Showtime’s The Affair. Some of the British actors are easy to spot, with their accents in tact, like The Fantastic Four‘s Ioan Gruffudd in Forever … but, some, not so easy.

Check out the entire list of British actors who will be popping up on your television screens in the near future:

1. Karen Gillan

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Doctor Who‘s Karen Gillan plays a self-obsessed 20-something in Selfie. Watch trailer here. (ABC)

2. David Tennant

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Doctor Who‘s David Tennant reprises his Broadchurch role as a haunted detective in the American adaptation, Gracepoint. Watch trailer here. (FOX)

3. Ruth Wilson, Dominic West 

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The Wire‘s Dominic West (seen also on Burton and Taylor and The Hour) and Luther‘s Ruth Wilson meet up and betray their respective spouses (played by Maura Tierney and Joshua Jackson) in The Affair. Watch trailer here. (Showtime)

4. Ioan Gruffudd

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The Fantastic Four‘s Ioan Gruffodd stars in Forever as a 200-year-old man in NYC trying to figure out his immorality. Watch trailer here. (ABC)

5. Matt Ryan

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The Tudors’ Matt Ryan stars as the title character in Constantine, based on the DC comic. Watch trailer here. (NBC)

6. Elyes Gabel

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Game of Thrones alum Elyes Gabel stars opposite Katharine McPhee in Scorpion. Watch trailer here. (CBS)

7. Sean Pertwee, Erin Richards

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Elementary‘s Sean Pertwee and Being Human‘s Erin Richards star in Gotham. Yes, as in Gotham City from from Batman. Watch trailer here. (FOX)

8. Alfred Enoch

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Alfred Enoch, who appeared in Sherlock‘s “Sign of Three,” stars in How to Get Away with Murder. Watch trailer here. (ABC)

9. Charlie Rowe

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Never Let Me Go’s Charlie Rowe stars in Red Band Society, the story of a group of teenagers living in a hospital. Watch trailer here. (FOX)

10. Matthew Goode, Matthew Rhys, Anna Maxwell Martin, and Jenna Coleman

Doctor Who's Coleman travels back to the pre-Victorian age in this well-cast, three-part miniseries based on PD James' novel. Set in the world of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice after Darcy (Rhys) and Elizabeth (Maxwell Martin) wed, the story begins with a murder and follows the mystery behind the culprit. It premieres Sunday, October 26 on Masterpiece. Watch a preview.
Doctor Who‘s Coleman travels back to the pre-Victorian age in this well-cast, three-part miniseries based on PD James‘ novel. Set in the world of Jane Austen‘s Pride and Prejudice after Darcy (Rhys) and Elizabeth (Maxwell Martin) wed, the story begins with a murder and follows the mystery behind the culprit. It premieres Sunday, October 26 on Masterpiece. Watch a preview. (Masterpiece)

11. Tom Hollander

The Rev star portrays the hard-drinking Welsh poet Dylan Thomas in the days before his early death in New York at age 39. The film, A Poet in New York, premieres as part of BBC AMERICA's Dramaville on Wednesday, October 29. Visit the site.
This year marks the centenary of Dylan Thomas‘ birth. In the film, A Poet in New York, premiering as part of BBC AMERICA’s Dramaville on Wednesday, October 29, Rev star Hollander portrays the hard-drinking Welsh poet in the days before his early death in New York at age 39 in 1953. Visit the site. (BBC AMERICA)

12. Tom Hughes

Get ready for your next British matinee idol crush: Hughes stars in The Game, a 1972-set U.K. spy drama from Doctor Who writer and Being Human creator Toby Whithouse. The series, co-starring Brian Cox, premieres this fall in BBC AMERICA's Dramaville. Visit the site
Get ready for your next British matinee idol crush: Hughes stars in The Game, a 1972-set U.K. spy drama from Doctor Who writer and Being Human creator Toby Whithouse. The series, co-starring Brian Cox, premieres this fall in BBC AMERICA’s Dramaville. Visit the site (BBC AMERICA)

What’s on your list to watch?

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By Brigid Brown