Band of Brothers

  • 2001
  • TV Show
  • TV-MA

A 10-part miniseries based on Stephen Ambrose's bestseller about a World War II unit called Easy Company, 2nd Battalion of the 506th Regiment of the 101st Airborne Division, U.S. Army, that begins with their training in Georgia in the spring of 1942, follows them into France on D-Day and ends with the Allied victory in Europe in 1945.

Premise

A 10-part miniseries based on Stephen Ambrose's bestseller about a World War II unit called Easy Company, 2nd Battalion of the 506th Regiment of the 101st Airborne Division, U.S. Army, that begins with their training in Georgia in the spring of 1942, follows them into France on D-Day and ends with the Allied victory in Europe in 1945.

Cast

Guest Stars

Eugene G. Roe
11 Episodes (2001-2001)
Robert E. `Popeye' Wynn
9 Episodes (2001-2001)
Wayne A. `Skinny' Sisk
9 Episodes (2001-2001)
Harry F. Welsh, Harry Welsh
9 Episodes (2001-2001)
Dale Dye
Col. Robert F. Sink, Robert F. Sink
8 Episodes (2001-2001)
Floyd M. `Tab' Talbert
8 Episodes (2001-2001)
Charles E. `Chuck' Grant
8 Episodes (2001-2001)
Michael Fassbender
Burton P. `Pat' Christenson
8 Episodes (2001-2001)
Joseph Ramirez
8 Episodes (2001-2001)
John W. Martin
7 Episodes (2001-2001)
Antonio C. Garcia
7 Episodes (2001-2001)
James H. `Mo' Alley Jr.
7 Episodes (2001-2001)
Alton M. More
7 Episodes (2001-2001)
Roy W. Cobb
6 Episodes (2001-2001)
William H. Dukeman Jr.
5 Episodes (2001-2001)
Walter S. `Smokey' Gordon Jr.
5 Episodes (2001-2001)
Maj. Robert L. Strayer, Robert L. Strayer
5 Episodes (2001-2001)
Allen E. Vest
4 Episodes (2001-2001)
Thomas A. Peacock
4 Episodes (2001-2001)
Robert van Klinken
4 Episodes (2001-2001)
Albert Blithe
4 Episodes (2001-2001)
Simon Pegg
William S. Evans
3 Episodes (2001-2001)
Jason O'Mara
Thomas Meehan
3 Episodes (2001-2001)
Norman Dike Jr.
3 Episodes (2001-2001)
Cleveland O. Petty
3 Episodes (2001-2001)
Edward J. Tipper
3 Episodes (2001-2001)
Father John Maloney
3 Episodes (2001-2001)
Joseph P. Domingus
3 Episodes (2001-2001)
Joseph A. Lesniewski, Joseph Lesniewski
3 Episodes (2001-2001)
Stephen Graham
Myron `Mike' Ranney
3 Episodes (2001-2001)
Patrick O'Keefe
2 Episodes (2001-2001)
Rudolph R. Dittrich
2 Episodes (2001-2001)
Leo Boyle
2 Episodes (2001-2001)
Maj. Gen. Chapman
1 Episode (2001)
Jimmy Fallon
Farris Rice
1 Episode (2001)
Fred `Moose' Heyliger
1 Episode (2001)
Tom Hardy
John Janovec
1 Episode (2001)
O. Dobey
1 Episode (2001)
Luke Roberts
Herbert Suerth
1 Episode (2001)

Credits

Executive Producer (1 Credit)
Tom Hanks
21 Episodes (2001-2015)
Co-Executive Producer (2 Credits)
Cinematographer (2 Credits)

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