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Saw Cast & Character Guide (Every Movie)


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Since its debut, the Saw franchise has spawned a total of nine cinematic installments — here’s a full breakdown of every cast member and character.

The grimly sprawling Saw franchise has thus far produced nine installments across nearly two decades — here’s a thorough breakdown of each film’s principal cast and the characters they play. Created by Leigh Whannell and Aquaman‘s James Wan, the concept began life as a short film in 2003. Used as a pitching tool, it ultimately brought Lionsgate on-board and a feature film version was greenlit. Shot in just 18 days and released in 2004, it went on to gross over $10o million worldwide. As such, it became one of the most successful horror films since 1996’s Scream.

The original film followed two men who found themselves trapped and forced to play a twisted game. Armed with alter-ego Jigsaw’s tragic origin point, John Kramer took it upon himself to test people’s commitment to life. His modus operandi included forcing people to kill others to save their own lives or mutilate themselves in order to escape some kind of confinement. Those that failed would have a piece of their skin cut away to make them as lacking. This ritualistic habit earned him the name Jigsaw with the police officers hunting him. Following the success of the first film, the franchise became a staple of the Halloween period. Packed with twists and an often-overlapping timeline, a new Saw installment was released each year until 2010, with writing and directing credits changing hands as the franchise wore on.

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Despite the diminishing returns in quality and an increasing budget, the franchise remained no less profitable. Regardless, it went on hiatus until a soft-reboot/belated continuation with 2017’s Jigsaw. The idea was that it would a new storyline and fresh characters that could carry the saga into the future. Though it enjoyed a still healthy box office, the franchise went back on the shelf for a few more years. The world, however, will once again be revisited with another loose continuation, Spiral, this time devised by Chris Rock. For the first time since Saw IV, Darren Lynn Bousman will sit in the director’s chair. And, with a larger budget and many more household names, the overall list of those who have starred in the franchise has grown substantially. Here’s a breakdown of every actor (and character) that has featured in the various installments over the years.

Saw

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  • Cary Elwes as Lawrence Gordon: A renowned oncologist, Lawrence was initially suspected of being the murderous mastermind, before he found himself caught in one of Jigsaw’s games. Elwes is best known for his roles in such films as The Princess Bride and Robin Hood: Men in Tights. He also recently enjoyed a recurring role as corrupt Mayor Larry Kline in Stranger Things season 3.
  • Leigh Whannell as Adam Stanheight: A freelance photographer who wound up opposite Lawrence Gordon in Jigsaw’s latest game. Whannell also served as the writer on the franchise’s early installments. He has since focused on directing, including cult favorite Upgrade and the recent, critically-acclaimed update of The Invisible Man.
  • Tobin Bell as John Kramer (aka Jigsaw): The terminally-ill architect of the brutal, morally-warped puzzles. The veteran actor has accumulated a wealth of credits across his 40-year career, including roles in such hit TV shows as Alias and 24. He also recently lent his distinct voice to the villainous role of Savitar on The Flash.
  • Danny Glover as David Tapp: A former detective obsessed with catching Jigsaw. Glover is best known for his role as Roger Murtaugh in the Lethal Weapon franchise. More recently, he featured in the popular 2019 sequel, Jumanji: The Next Level and the satirical comedy-drama Sorry To Bother You.
  • Ken Leung as Detective Steven Sing: Tapp’s former and ill-fated partner. Leung is best known for his role as Miles Straume on Lost. He also starred as Karnak in the equally ill-fated Marvel series Inhumans.
  • Dina Meyer as Detective Allison Kerry: Another detective that worked the Jigsaw case alongside Tapp and Sing. Meyer previously starred in the cult classic Starship Troopers. She has also enjoyed recent roles on The Magicians and on an episode of American Horror Story: Apocalypse.
  • Michael Emerson as Zip Hindle: A hospital orderly who was forced to take Lawrence’s family hostage. Emerson came to prominence as Benjamin Linus on Lost. He has since played a main role on Person of Interest, a recurring villain on Arrow, and, most recently, featured on the new CBS series Evil.
  • Shawnee Smith as Amanda Young: The first person to ever survive one of Jigsaw’s games. Outside of the horror franchise, Smith previously guest-starred on The X-Files and in multiple episodes of the original miniseries adaptation of The Stand.
  • Makenzie Vega as Diana Gordon: Lawrence’s daughter. Vega has enjoyed several roles on both the big and small screens, including Grace Florrick on The Good Wife and the Young Nancy Callahan in Sin City.
  • Monica Potter as Alison Gordon: Lawrence’s wife. Over the course of her career, Potter had prominent roles in such films as Con Air. More recently, she garnered several award nominations as Kristina Braverman on the TV version of Parenthood.
  • Ned Bellamy as Jeff Ridenhour: A suicidal man who is placed in a drill trap, but rescued by Detective Sing. Bellamy previously starred in Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained and on Fox’s Gotham series.
  • Mike Butters as Paul Leahy: An earlier Jigsaw victim subjected to a trap involving broken glass and fire. The actor recently guest-starred in episodes of Grimm and Z Nation.
  • Paul Gutrecht as Mark Wilson: A 30-year-old software analyst who was also trapped in one of Jigsaw’s games. The actor previously featured on Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
  • Alexandra Bokyun Chun as Carla Song: A medical student and Lawrence’s mistress. Among others, Chun would go on to enjoy guest spots on Agents of SHIELD and The Magicians.
  • Benito Martinez as Brett: Lawrence’s friend and lawyer. The actor’s credits include a villainous turn on Supernatural and the role of Sheriff Diaz on 13 Reasons Why.
  • Oren Koules as Donnie Greco: A drug dealer that Amanda had to kill to survive her trap. Koules also served a producer on the entire Saw franchise, as well as on the successful sitcom Two and a Half Men.

Saw II

Saw 2 - Donnie Walhberg as Eric Matthews

  • Tobin Bell as John Kramer (aka Jigsaw): The twisted mastermind returned to terrorize a new group.
  • Donnie Wahlberg as Detective Eric Matthews: A once brutal and corrupt cop goaded into Jigsaw’s latest game. Brother of Mark, Wahlberg later reunited with the Saw creators on their separate horror film, Dead Silence. He also landed one of the main roles on TV’s Blue Bloods.
  • Shawnee Smith as Amanda Young: Jigsaw’s previous victim also returned, taking on the role of his apprentice.
  • Dina Meyer as Detective Allison Kerry: The only surviving cop from the original returned to continue the hunt, and revealed to be Eric’s former partner and mistress.
  • Erik Knudsen as Daniel Matthews: Eric’s son, who is abducted and subjected to the Nerve Gas House. Knudsen would go on to prominent roles in Scott Pilgrim vs. The World and the belated horror sequel: Scream 4.
  • Franky G as Xavier Chavez: A drug dealer once framed by Eric and now held in the Nerve Gas House. The actor also featured in 2003’s The Italian Job and would later guest-star in Marvel/Netflix’s Luke Cage.
  • Glenn Plummer as Jonas Singer: A gang member similarly arrested on false evidence. As well as a small yet memorable role in Speed and its sequel, Plummer has starred in such popular series as Sons of Anarchy and Showtime’s revived favorite: Dexter.
  • Tony Nappo as Gus Colyard: An ex-convict and businessman also trapped in the Nerve Gas House. In recent years, the actor has landed roles in such shows as Schitt’s Creek, New Eden, and Killjoys.
  • Emmanuelle Vaugier as Addison Corday: A prostitute who was also framed by Eric and later tested by Jigsaw. Vaugier’s lengthy career has included roles in everything from superhero fare like Smallville to detective dramas like Veronica Mars.
  • Beverley Mitchell as Laura Hunter: Another Nerve Gas House prisoner. Mitchell has featured in a number of TV movies and series over the decades, including Quantum Leap.
  • Timothy Burd as Obi Tate: Another Jigsaw hostage who was forced to abduct the others for the Nerve Gas House. Burd has most eschewed acting in favor of working behind the scenes on such shows as Legends of Tomorrow and Netflix’s The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.
  • Lyriq Bent as Officer Daniel Rigg: The commander of SWAT, assisting in the hunt for Jigsaw. As well as guest-roles in The Man in the High Castle and the TV adaptation of 12 Monkeys, Bent landed one of the main roles in Mary Kills People.
  • Noam Jenkins as Michael Marks: Eric’s ill-fated police informant. Jenkins would go on to star in several productions, including Rookie Blue, Condor, and, more recently, multiple episodes of Wynonna Earp.

Saw III

Saw 3 Lynn Denlon Shotgun Collar with John

  • Tobin Bell as John Kramer (aka Jigsaw): The criminal genius returned yet again, this time testing an estranged family.
  • Shawnee Smith as Amanda Young: His apprentice also returned, though increasingly strayed from his established M.O.
  • Angus Macfadyen as Jeff Denlon: A grief-stricken father who was tested regarding his capacity for vengeance and forgiveness. Macfadyen is best known for his role as Robert the Bruce in Braveheart. He would later reprise the role in 2019’s Robert the Bruce. He’s also enjoyed roles in multiple episodes of Alias and fellow spy series: Chuck.
  • Bahar Soomekh as Lynn Denlon: Jeff’s wife and a surgeon tasked with keeping Jigsaw alive. Soomekh has since guest-starred in several shows, including Parenthood and Castle.
  • Donnie Wahlberg as Detective Eric Matthews: The cop made a cameo, managing to temporarily escape his confinement from Saw II and confront Amanda.
  • Dina Meyer as Detective Allison Kerry: Eric’s former partner returned also, now investigating (and experiencing) Amanda’s even more twisted traps.
  • Leigh Whannell as Adam Stanheight: The original Jigsaw victim from the first film returned in a flashback that revealed his ultimate fate.
  • Mpho Koaho as Timothy Young: The drunk driver who killed Jeff’s son, Dylan, and forcibly part of Jigsaw’s test for Jeff. On the big screen, Koaho starred opposite Henry Cavill in Night Hunter. On the small screen, he can be seen in Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency and Amazon’s The Expanse
  • Barry Flatman as Judge Halden: The man who oversaw Timothy’s trial and only sentenced him to six months, also part of Jeff’s test. Flatman previously starred opposite Ryan Reynolds in Just Friends, as well as such shows as the short-lived Taken prequel series.
  • Lyriq Bent as Lieutenant Daniel Rigg: The newly-promoted SWAT commander returned more obsessive in his quest to catch Jigsaw.
  • Costas Mandylor as Detective Mark Hoffman: Another detective investigating the Jigsaw killings. Recent years have seen the Australian actor guest-star in ABC’s fantasy series Once Upon a Time and Fox’s oft-troubled Lethal Weapon series.
  • Betsy Russell as Jill Tuck: Jigsaw’s ex-wife. Since breaking out in the 1980s, Russell has appeared on everything from classics like The A-Team to such modern fare as Robot Chicken.
  • J. Larose as Troy: An early victim of Amanda’s inescapable traps. Larose previously starred in Repo! The Genetic Opera and featured on the Sons of Anarchy spin-off: Mayans M.C.
  • Debra Lynne McCabe as Danica Scott: A witness to Dylan’s death who fled the scene rather than help, also part of Jeff’s test. The Canada-born actress has since enjoyed roles in Supernatural, Lost Girl, and the werewolf fantasy-horror drama: Bitten.
  • Niamh Wilson as Corbett Denlon: Jeff and Lynn’s oft-neglected daughter. She later starred alongside such names as Robert Pattinson in Maps to the Stars, as well as in series like Degrassi and Hemlock Grove.
  • Alan van Sprang as Chris: A man that Lynn was having an affair with. The actor has become a regular fixture on TV in the last few years, landing roles on Shadowhunters and the highly-acclaimed Star Trek: Discovery.
  • Franky G as Xavier Chavez: The character cameos in a flashback to Saw II‘s Nerve Gas House.
  • Tim Burd as Obi Tate: The character cameos in a flashback between Jigsaw and his wife, Jill.
  • Kim Roberts as Nurse Deborah: A nurse at the hospital where Lynn worked and where Jill was treated. Roberts recently appeared on The Handmaid’s Tale and in multiple episodes of The CW crime-drama In The Dark.

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Saw IV

  • Tobin Bell as John Kramer (aka Jigsaw): The infamous villain returned, with his games continuing from beyond the grave and more of his past unraveled in flashbacks.
  • Costas Mandylor as Detective Mark Hoffman: The surviving detective also returned, revealed to be Jigsaw’s second apprentice.
  • Scott Patterson as Agent Peter Strahm: An FBI agent that took over the Jigsaw case. Patterson is best known for playing Luke Danes on Gilmore Girls and its subsequent revival: Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life. He also starred in a short-lived series called The Event.
  • Betsy Russell as Jill Tuck: Jigsaw’s ex-wife returned to shed further light on Jigsaw’s painful history, including the child they lost.
  • Lyriq Bent as Officer Daniel Rigg: The obsessive cop also returned to finally be put through some Jigsaw tests of his own.
  • Donnie Wahlberg as Detective Eric Matthews: Revealed to still be alive, Saw II’s main character was put through another test.
  • Shawnee Smith as Amanda Young: With Saw IV occurring simultaneously with Saw III, Amanda cameoed for the immediate aftermath of her death.
  • Bahar Soomekh as Lynn Denlon: Lynn cameoed as new details of her death were revealed.
  • Angus MacFadyen as Jeff Denlon: Jeff also briefly cameoed when Agent Strahm discovered the scene of Saw III‘s events.
  • Athena Karkanis as Agent Lindsey Perez: Agent Strahm’s FBI partner. Karkanis has had several recurring roles over the years, including on The Expanse, Suits, and House of Cards.
  • Louis Ferreira as Art Blank: A lawyer who had previous business dealings with John and Jill, who is later targeted by Jigsaw. Louis also enjoyed roles in ER and Breaking Bad.
  • Mike Realba as Detective Fisk: A cop that worked with Agents Strahm and Perez. Realba also starred in Mr. Magorium’s Wonder Emporium and two episodes of Fringe.
  • Marty Adams as Ivan Landsness: A motel clerk and rapist that is forced to take part in Rigg’s tests. Adams’ other prominent roles include Orphan Black and Hemlock Grove.
  • Sarain Boylan as Brenda: A pimp that is also forced to take part in Jigsaw’s game for Rigg. Boylan also enjoyed roles in Killjoys, Orphan Black, and, most recently, Burden of Truth.
  • Billy Otis as Cecil Adams: A drug addict that caused the miscarriage of John and Jill’s child, ultimately becoming Jigsaw’s original victim. Otis previously featured in In the Dark, an episode of American Gods, and Netflix’s In The Shadow of The Moon.
  • James Van Patten as Dr. Heffner: The medical examiner that performed Jigsaw’s autopsy. Working since the 1970s, Van Patten has starred in such classics as Happy Days and alongside fellow Saw actor, Elwes, in Robin Hood: Men in Tights.
  • Kevin Rushton as Trevor: A victim placed in a trap with Art Blank. Rushton’s primary work since has been in stunts, with credits including the X-Men franchise and The Incredible Hulk.
  • Ingrid Hart as Tracy Rigg: Daniel Rigg’s wife. Hart previously credits include Canadian time-travel comedy-drama Being Erica and How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days.
  • Ron Lea as Rex: An abusive husband put through one of Jigsaw’s traps. Lea had a recurring role across multiple seasons of Orphan Black, as well as parts in The Strain and the ultra-violent cult favorite: Punisher: War Zone.
  • Janet Land as Morgan: Rex’s wife, who is given the chance to kill him in Jigsaw’s test. Land has recently landed roles in such popular superhero tales as Titans and Netflix’s Umbrella Academy.
  • Tony Nappo as Gus: The previous Jigsaw victim cameoed in a flashback at Jill’s drug rehabilitation clinic.
  • Emmanuelle Vaugier as Addison: Another previous victim that cameoed in a flashback with John Kramer before he became Jigsaw.
  • Noam Jenkins as Michael: The third Saw II victim cameoed in another flashback to Jill’s clinic.
  • Mike Butters as Paul Leahy: The fourth victim cameoed in a flashback exiting Jill’s clinic.
  • J. Larose as Troy: Amanda’s first victim also cameoed in a flashback, seen in the waiting room of Jill’s clinic.
  • Oren Koules as Donnie Greco: The man killed by Amanda in the original Saw was also seen in flashback, leaving the clinic alongside Paul.

Saw V

  • Tobin Bell as John Kramer (aka Jigsaw): Despite his death, Jigsaw continued to loom over proceedings with his will unveiling new traps.
  • Costas Mandylor as Detective Mark Hoffman: Jigsaw’s apprentice continued to bring the traps to life, all the while attempting to cover his tracks.
  • Scott Patterson as Agent Peter Strahm: The FBI agent returned, continuing the investigation and now suspecting Hoffman.
  • Betsy Russell as Jill Tuck: Jigsaw’s ex-wife returned as Strahm sought her for information after she received posthumous gifts.
  • Julie Benz as Brit: The vice president of a real estate company who is placed in a series of traps alongside four others. Benz is most famous for playing the vampire Darla on Buffy the Vampire Slayer and its spin-off, Angel, as well as Rita in the early seasons of Dexter.
  • Meagan Good as Luba Gibbs: A city planner, she was the second of the five. Good recently enjoyed a recurring role on Prodigal Son, while on the big screen she played the adult superhero form of Darla in Shazam!
  • Mark Rolston as Agent Dan Erickson: The FBI agent who took over control of the Jigsaw case. Rolston featured in several hugely-popular and successful films, including The Shawshank Redemption, Lethal Weapon 2, and The Departed.
  • Carlo Rota as Charles: A journalist and the third of the five. As well as a prominent role on both Breaking Bad and 24, Rota also starred in Jane The Virgin.
  • Greg Bryk as Mallick Scott: An arsonist and drug addict, he was the fourth. A veteran of countless TV shows, including Fargo, Bryk also recently starred in Ad Astra and played the main villain in Code 8.
  • Laura Gordon as Ashley: A corrupt former fire inspector and the fifth member of the trapped group. Gordon previously starred opposite Fringe‘s Anna Torv and Lost‘s Alan Dale on Secret City and enjoyed brief roles in cult favorites like Legend of the Seeker.
  • Sarah Power as Angelina Acombe: Hoffman’s younger sister. Power’s most recent roles include Designated Survivor, Killjoys, and Good Witch.
  • Joris Jarsky as Seth Baxter: The boyfriend and murderer of Angelina, and Hoffman’s first victim before becoming Jigsaw’s apprentice. Jarsky recently starred in Agents of SHIELD and the short-lived Netflix series October Faction
  • Mike Butters as Paul Leahy: A victim from the original Saw, Paul’s moment of abduction is glimpsed in flashback.
  • Al Sapienza as Chief of Police: The head of the metropolitan police department. The veteran actor has countless credits to his name, including turns on The Sopranos, Amazon Prime’s Jack Ryan series, and Quibi’s Most Dangerous Game.
  • Mike Realba as Detective Fisk: The cop returned, seen helping the FBI with the investigation.
  • Jeff Pustil as Bernie Feldman: The executor of Jigsaw’s will. Pustil went on to several guest appearances, including Warehouse 13 and The CW’s Beauty and the Beast.
  • Samantha Lemole as Pamela Jenkins: A reporter that covered the Jigsaw killings. Lemole is also known for Legally Blonde, as well as more recent outings like Inherent Vice and the darkly comedic Mom and Dad.
  • Lyriq Bent as Officer Daniel Rigg: Revealed to have died from wounds inflicted in Saw IV, he was included in a memorial for the fallen characters.
  • Donnie Wahlberg as Detective Eric Matthews: The character is also glimpsed at the memorial.
  • Danny Glover as David Tapp: The character was included in the memorial and revisited briefly in a flashback.
  • Shawnee Smith as Amanda Young: Jigsaw’s former apprentice returned in flashbacks.
  • Niamh Wilson as Corbett Denlon: The daughter of Jeff and Lynn Denlon, seen when rescued from her Saw III and Saw IV captivity.
  • Tony Nappo as Gus Colyard: The Nerve Gas House victim is glimpsed in a flashback to that traps origins.
  • Tim Burd as Obi Tate: The victim is seen being dragged into the Nerve Gas House trap during a flashback.
  • Glenn Plummer as Jonas Singer: The former victim cameoed in a flashback to the Nerve Gas House trap.
  • Beverley Mitchell as Laura Hunter: Laura briefly returned in the same flashback.

Saw VI

  • Tobin Bell as John Kramer (aka Jigsaw): The original architect returned once more via flashbacks and recorded video messages, fleshing out the dynamics between him and his various apprentices.
  • Costas Mandylor as Detective Mark Hoffman: Jigsaw’s apprentice returned to carry out a new set of tests left in Jigsaw’s will, as flashbacks revealed new crimes.
  • Mark Rolston as Agent Dan Erickson: The FBI agent returned to reopen the investigation, suspecting the late Strahm had been framed.
  • Betsy Russell as Jill Tuck: Jigsaw’s ex-wife returned to honor her late husband’s final wishes, putting her into conflict with Hoffman.
  • Shawnee Smith as Amanda Young: Jigsaw’s original apprentice returned in flashbacks, as new details emerged tying her deeper into John Kramer’s pre-Jigsaw life.
  • Peter Outerbridge as William Easton: A corrupt insurance executive with a connection to John Kramer, who is put through multiple traps. Outerbridge has built an extensive resume, most recently starring in Umbrella Academy, The Expanse, and V-Wars.
  • Athena Karkanis as Agent Lindsey Perez: The FBI agent was revealed to not have died in Saw IV, returning to aid Erickson.
  • Samantha Lemole as Pamela Jenkins: A news reporter, and revealed to be William Easton’s sister.
  • Mpho Koaho as Timothy Young: Koaho cameoed during a flashback to his previous test.
  • Tanedra Howard as Simone: A banker tested by Hoffman for her predatory lending practices. Outside of the Saw franchise, Howard is best known for winning VH1’s Scream Queens reality series.
  • Marty Moreau as Eddie: A second banker who is tested alongside Simone. Moreau is best known for the Murdoch Mysteries and a guest spot on Defiance.
  • Shawn Ahmed as Allen: William Easton’s file clerk, forced to participate in his game.  Ahmed recently starred on Supergirl, The Expanse, and The Twilight Zone reboot.
  • Janelle Hutchison as Addy: William Easton’s secretary, forced to participate in his game. Hutchison previously featured in 2007’s Hairspray adaptation and alongside Katie Holmes on the historical drama, The Kennedys.
  • Gerry Mendicino as Hank: A janitor at William Easton’s company, forced to participate in his game.  Mendicino’s most notable role is that of Uncle Taki in My Big Fat Greek Wedding and its 2016 sequel.
  • Caroline Cave as Debbie: An attorney for William Easton’s company, forced to participate in his game. Cave recently starred in 2017’s Power Rangers and had a main role on the SYFY series Van Helsing.
  • George Newbern as Harold Abbott: A man who died after William Easton revoked his health insurance. As well as voicing both the villain Sephiroth in Final Fantasy and Superman in various outings, Newbern starred in multiple episodes of Nip/Tuck.
  • Shauna MacDonald as Tara Abbott: Harold’s wife, forced to watch over William’s test. MacDonald recently starred in Reign and had a recurring role in Hemlock Grove.
  • Devon Bostick as Brent Abbott: Harold’s son, who also oversaw William’s test. Bostick is best known for his role in the Diary of a Wimpy Kid franchise and as Jasper Jordan on The CW series The 100.
  • Darius McCrary as Dave: A junior associate at Umbrella Health included in William’s final test. As well as lending his voice to Transformers, McCrary had a recurring role in both The Leftovers and TV’s Anger Management.
  • Shawn Mathieson as Josh: A junior associate at Umbrella Health included in William’s final test. Mathieson starred in such other horror fare as Urban Legend and teen thriller The Skulls.
  • Melanie Scrofano as Gena: A junior associate at Umbrella Health included in William’s final test. As well as playing the titular lead on Wynonna Earp, Scrofano enjoyed prominent roles in Ready or Not and The Silencing.
  • Karen Cliche as Shelby: A junior associate at Umbrella Health included in William’s final test. The actress previously had a main role in the shortlived Flash Gordon TV series.
  • James Gilbert as Aaron: A junior associate at Umbrella Health included in William’s final test. Gilbert has enjoyed roles in such shows as The Tudors, The Handmaid’s Tale, and The Girlfriend Experience.
  • Larissa Gomes as Emily: A junior associate at Umbrella Health included in William’s final test. Gomes previously starred in La Femme Nikita, multiple episodes of Supernatural, and the Resident Evil franchise.
  • Billy Otis as Cecil Adams: The previous Jigsaw victim returned in flashback, with it revealed Amanda was responsible for him causing Jill’s miscarriage.
  • James Van Patten as Dr. Heffner: The medical examiner returned, helping to exonerate Strahm.
  • Ginger Busch as Sachi: A forensic technician that helped expose Hoffman. Busch previously starred in Queer as Folk and a science-fiction web-series Deep Six alongside Battlestar Galactica‘s Tahmoh Penikett.

Saw 3D

  • Tobin Bell as John Kramer (aka Jigsaw): The twisted genius returned in flashbacks, revealing new levels to his games from over the years.
  • Costas Mandylor as Mark Hoffman: Jigsaw’s disgruntled apprentice returned, now seeking vengeance for the events of Saw VI.
  • Betsy Russell as Jill Tuck: Jigsaw’s ex-wife returned, now targetted by Hoffman.
  • Cary Elwes as Dr. Lawrence Gordon: The original survivor from Saw returned, revealed to be another of Jigsaw’s apprentices.
  • Sean Patrick Flanery as Bobby Dagen: A self-help author and group therapy guru who faked surviving a Jigsaw trap. As well as playing Indiana Jones in the Young Indiana Jones Chronicles, Flanery is known for his roles on Dexter, The Twilight Zone, and as one half of The Boondock Saints.
  • Chad Donella as Detective Matt Gibson: An Internal Affairs officer Jill turned to for protection. The actor previously starred in Smallville, Lost, and, most recently, Blindspot.
  • Gina Holden as Joyce Dagen: Bobby Dagen’s wife. Holden enjoyed a main role in the Flash Gordon TV show, as well Fringe, Legend of the Seeker, and cult favorite slasher series Harper’s Island.
  • Laurence Anthony as Rogers: Gibson’s associate in Internal Affairs. Anthony’s previously guest-starred on 30 Rock.
  • Dean Armstrong as Cale: Bobby Dagen’s best friend and co-conspirator. Armstrong previously starred in Queer as Folk, multiple horror sequels, and Alphas.
  • Naomi Snieckus as Nina: Bobby Dagen’s publicist. The actress and comedian previously featured in The Listener, Lost Girl, and Haven.
  • Rebecca Marshall as Suzanne: Bobby Dagen’s lawyer. Marshall previously appeared on Franklin & Bash, Cedar Cove, and The West Wing.
  • James Van Patten as Dr. Heffner: The medical examiner returned, crossing paths with Hoffman.
  • Anne Greene as Dina: A Jigsaw victim targetted for manipulating the affections of two men. Greene’s only other credit is a shortlived anthology series Femme Fatales.
  • Sebastian Pigott as Brad: One of Dina’s victims, later a survivor of a Jigsaw trap. Piggot’s recently landed recurring turns on Wynonna Earp and Revenge, as well as main roles on such anthology series as Slasher and Channel Zero.
  • Jon Cor as Ryan: Dina’s second boyfriend and victim, later a Jigsaw survivor. Cor is best known for playing Hodge Starkweather on Shadowhunters, as well as Being Human and installments in the extended American Pie franchise.
  • Chester Bennington as Evan: Neo-Nazi gang member and Jigsaw victim. Best known as the lead singer of Linkin Park, Bennington also had roles in Crank and its sequel, Crank 2: High Voltage.
  • Dru Viergever as Dan: Second Neo-Nazi gang member and Jigsaw victim. The actor previously starred in The Expanse and had a small role in The Shape of Water.
  • Gabby West as Kara: Third Neo-Nazi gang member and Jigsaw victim. West won her Saw role on the reality show Scream Queens. Before that, she appeared in Bruno, from the mind of Sacha Baron Cohen.
  • Benjamin Clost as Jake: Fourth Neo-Nazi gang member and Jigsaw victim. Clost previously guest-starred on 12 Monkeys and lent his voice to the Assassin’s Creed video games.
  • Kim Schraner as Palmer: An officer in the Internal Affairs Division. The actress previously acted opposite Mila Kunis in the bizarrely conceived sequel American Psycho 2.
  • Oluniké Adeliyi as Sidney: A grateful Jigsaw survivor, seen at Bobby Dagen’s support group. Adeliyi’s credits include a turn in the Canadian police procedural, Flashpoint, and the role of Shadow Moon’s mother in American Gods.
  • Ish Morris as Alex: Sidney’s abusive boyfriend and ill-fated Jigsaw test subject. As well as multiple episodes of Killjoys, the Canadian actor and singer also starred in iZombie and Batwoman.
  • Christine Simpson as Donna Evans: Reality TV show host.  Outside of Saw, Simpson has no other credits and is best known as a TV sports reporter, specializing in ice hockey.
  • Tanedra Howard as Simone: A member of Bobby Dagen’s support group, now with a prosthetic arm.
  • Shauna MacDonald as Tara Abbott: A previous Jigsaw game participant in Bobby Dagen’s support group.
  • Joanna Douglas as Joan: The Jigsaw victim that inadvertently inspired Bobby Dagen’s lies. Alongside turns in Crimson Peak and 11/22/63, Douglas most recently had a recurring role on Anne with an E.
  • Greg Bryk as Mallick Scott: The Saw V survivor returned as part of Bobby Dagen’s support group.
  • Larissa Gomes as Emily: A Jigsaw survivor from Saw VI returned as part of Bobby Dagen’s support group.
  • Janelle Hutchison as Addy: Another Saw VI survivor in Dagen’s support group.
  • Kevin Rushton as Trevor: The previous victim is seen in a flashback, revealing Lawrence Gordon as a Jigsaw disciple.

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Jigsaw

Saw - Tobin Bell as Jigsaw in makeup

  • Tobin Bell as John Kramer (aka Jigsaw): Despite it being a decade since his death, the character returned to wreak fresh havoc and appear in new flashbacks.
  • Matt Passmore as Logan Nelson: An army veteran and medical examiner. Passmore previously starred in 13 Reasons Why and the Lethal Weapon series, as well as Last Man Standing.
  • Callum Keith Rennie as Detective Halloran: The detective investigating the new Jigsaw killings. Rennie has amassed countless credits in both film and television, most recently in such offerings as Jessica Jones, The Man in the High Castle, and the Fifty Shades trilogy.
  • Hannah Emily Anderson as Eleanor Bonneville: Logan’s colleague in the medical examiner’s office and self-confessed Jigsaw fangirl. Anderson has also landed roles in X-Men: Dark Phoenix and the television spinoff of The Purge.
  • Clé Bennett as Detective Keith Hunt: Halloran’s partner in the police department. Bennett previously enjoyed recurring roles on both Homeland and Heroes Reborn, as well as Amazon Prime’s comic book comedy, The Tick.
  • Laura Vandervoort as Anna: A former neighbor of John Kramer’s chosen to be one of Jigsaw’s new victims. The actress is widely known for playing Smallville‘s version of Supergirl but has more recently been featured on Bitten, V-Wars, and The Handmaid’s Tale.
  • Paul Braunstein as Ryan: A drunk driver and fellow Jigsaw victim. Braunstein has recently been credited in Murdoch Mysteries, October Faction, and Black Mirror.
  • Mandela Van Peebles as Mitch: The Jigsaw victim responsible for the death of John Kramer’s nephew. The actor previously starred in little known films like Limbo and A Clear Shot.
  • Brittany Allen as Carly: A purse snatcher picked to be a Jigsaw victim for causing the death of an asthmatic woman. The daytime Emmy winning actress played the tragic superhero Popclaw on The Boys and featured in such films as The Prodigy.
  • Josiah Black as Edgar Munsen: A drug-addicted criminal and another Jigsaw victim. Black recently starred alongside Dolph Lundgren in the inexplicable sequel to Kindergarten Cop.
  • Shaquan Lewis as Officer Solomon: An officer aiding in the investigation of the Jigsaw killings. Lewis’s roles have included turns in Kim’s Convenience, Supernatural, and Riverdale.
  • Edward Ruttle as Matthew: Anna’s tormented and ill-fated husband. Along with several TV Movies, Ruttle could be seen in Hot Tub Time Machine and multiple episodes of The Good Witch.

Spiral: From the Book of Saw

  • Chris Rock as Detective Ezekiel Banks: A police officer that investigates the resurgence of Jigsaw-like killings. The comedian, actor, writer, and host has amassed several notable roles over the years. Most recently, he could be found in Fargo season 4 and alongside Eddie Murphy in Dolemite Is My Name. He also lent his voice to the Robert Zemeckis adaptation of The Witches.
  • Samuel L. Jackson as Marcus Banks: Ezekiel’s father and a fellow police detective. One of the most prolific actors in Hollywood, Jackson has a nearly endless repertoire that spans several huge franchises. His latest roles include John Shaft in Shaft, Darius Kincaid in The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard, and, of course, Nick Fury in various Marvel Cinematic Universe outings.
  • Max Minghella as Detective William Schenk: Ezekiel’s partner. Son of the acclaimed writer/director, Anthony, Minghella is best known for his work in The Social Network and on Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale.
  • Marisol Nichols as Captain Angie Garza: Ezekiel’s boss. Following roles in Alias and 24, Nichols has enjoyed prominent success in young adult series like Teen Wolf and Riverdale.
  • Dan Petronijevic as Detective Marv Boswick: A fellow police officer. The Canadian actor could most recently be seen in the native sitcom Letterkenny.
  • Zoie Palmer as Kara Boswick: An as-yet mysterious character. As well as Lost Girl and Wynonna Earp, Palmer could also be seen in SYFY’s Dark Matter.

Spiral: From the Book of Saw saw Bousman return to the director’s chair, having previously departed the franchise after Saw IV. He worked from a script written by Josh Stolberg and Peter Goldfinger. Original franchise producers also returned, working with Rock to take things to a “really intense and twisted place” while offering “a completely fresh perspective“. The cast will also include John Tokatlidis, Genelle Williams, K.C. Collins, Christopher Tai, Morgan David Jones, Nazneen Contractor, Frank Licari, Leia Charles Leigh, Alison Johnson, and Edie Inksetter. However, the details of their characters and how they fit into the plot have remained under wraps so far. All will become clear, though, as the new installment draws closer and the direction of the overall Saw franchise becomes more apparent.

More: Recasting The Characters Of The Saw Franchise (If It Was Made Today)

Key Release Dates

  • Spiral: From the Book of Saw/Saw 9 (2021)Release date: May 21, 2021

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Updated: November 14, 2020 — 4:30 pm

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