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Orphan Black is a Canadian science fiction thriller television series created by screenwriter Graeme Manson and director John Fawcett, starring Tatiana Maslany as several identical people who are clones. . Later, in season 4, he meets Veera Suominen, a survivor of Helsinki who resents him for his murder of her closest. Siobhan Sadler (foster mother/genetic niece; via Kendall) † . Sarah finally learns of the other clones and meets Alison Hendrix and Cosima Niehaus, her. In “Orphan Black,” Sarah Manning is thrown into a world in which her An orphan, Sarah was raised by her foster mother, Mrs. S., along with.
However Dyad still holds his past over him and makes him Rachel's new monitor, with Rachel forcing him into a sexual relationship with her. In the season 2 finale it is revealed he is still in the military and was a double agent from Project Castor spying on Dyad and Project Leda.
He also warns Cal that Sarah needs to stop investigating Castor for her own safety. Paul begins to investigate Dr. Coady at the military compound, and he finds that she has been illegally sterilizing common women with the contagious Castor disease in order to collect data and potentially produce a deadly biological weapon. Paul helps Sarah escape the military compound, and he confesses that, even though he never loved Beth, his love for Sarah was genuine.
During their escape, Miller stabs Paul several times to stop him from fleeing.Best Clone Swaps - Orphan Black Top Moments - BBC America
Paul breaks Miller's neck and then sends Sarah away on her own in an attempt to destroy Coady's research in order to prevent the development of the weaponry. When Coady and Rudy rush to retrieve Coady's scientific work, they confront Paul who is attempting to stop the two from reclaiming Coady's unethical scientific data. Coady shoots Paul multiple times in the chest who then releases a grenade while he is dying. Rudy reacts quickly to the danger, allowing him and Coady a few extra seconds of escape before Paul's grenade detonates.
During childhood, they were quite close, but she often abused him for amusement; they are still close as adults. He identifies as a modern artist, but moonlights as a prostitute. He is the first person Sarah confides in about the existence of clones, and has developed his own friendship with Alison in particular while helping her cope with the stress of her existence as a clone.
He cares for Beth and tries to guide her through tough times even when she is dead as he unknowingly is helping Sarah as Beth. After he learns of Beth's stolen identity and death he decides to side with the clones over the police department, carrying out off-the-books research for them. It turns out Art was close enough to Beth that she called him for help prior to her suicide to explain about the clones; however, Art dismissed the call, believing Beth was high on her prescription drugs.
Vic is something of a nosy idiot, as he cannot accept facts when told to his face such as Sarah hating him and never wanting him around and investigates anything suspicious.
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After being tricked by Felix into thinking Beth's corpse was Sarah, Vic grieves; however, he later meets Alison, thinking she's Sarah.
He invites himself to Alison's potluck, thinking Sarah is pulling a scam; however, Paul manages to scare him off.
He becomes a police informant for Angie and under her orders he befriends Alison at rehab; Angie would erase his criminal record in exchange. He is later intimidated by Donnie to stay away from the Hendrix family. She fell in love with and married John Sadler at a young age, befriending his group of freedom fighters — the Birdwatchers.
After John was murdered in a fight with her mother back in '78, Siobhan started a new relationship with Carlton. She acts as guardian to Sarah's daughter Kira while Sarah is away. She is shown to be intelligent and resourceful, hiding Sarah for years and protecting her and Kira.
S used her network to hide Ethan Duncan and find Sarah as a child, claiming to have protected her from Dyad Sarah's whole life.
S makes a deal with Paul and the military to work with them and abduct Helena in exchange for a way to help Sarah and Kira.
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She eventually is forgiven by both sisters and is stunned as everyone else to learn that the genetic original for both clone lines is her mother Kendall Malone. Siobhan later has her mother sent to Iceland, where Cal and Kira are hiding out. After Kendall is murdered by Marty Duko, a vengeful Siobhan eventually kills him. In the final stages of the clones' war with Neolution, Siobhan persuades Rachel to double-cross her lover Ferdinand, leading to a confrontation in which Siobhan and Ferdinand killed each other.
Delphine Cormier, Cosima's monitor, girlfriend, and fellow scientist. She is torn between her job at Dyad and her love for Cosima. After finding out about Cosima's illness she works with her in the Dyad to try to find a cure. She is promoted to the public leader of Dyad after Leekie's death and unintentionally helps Rachel kidnap Kira. Rachel then bans her from working with clones and tries to send her away to Frankfurt.
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However, Marion promotes Delphine to take over Rachel's position and Delphine enacts her revenge on Rachel. Delphine returns to Dyad, supposedly after learning that Sarah was kidnapped and has been missing for five days, but it is later revealed that her jealousy has led her to spy on Cosima and Shay's relationship, photographing and videotaping the two on their various dates. Delphine interrogates Shay, believing her to be the Castor mole. She is about to begin cutting Shay when Cosima calls to inform her that Gracie admitted to being the Castor mole.
Delphine finds out that Dr. Nealon replaced Rachel with an induced Krystal and sent her to Vienna. Sarah, who matures because of her struggles, defends the bond between parent and child against the Neolutionists and Proletheans. Cast and characters[ edit ] Main[ edit ] The five main clone characters all played by Tatiana Maslany from left to right, top to bottom: Sarah, Alison, Helena, Cosima, and Rachel.
Dylan Bruce as Paul Dierden, an ex-military mercenarywho is Beth's monitor and boyfriend. He identifies as a modern artist and moonlights as a prostitute. He is the first person Sarah confides in about the existence of clones. They call her "Mrs. Delphine Cormier, Cosima's monitor, girlfriend, and fellow scientist. The only child of a clone, she has inherited the apparent accelerated healing ability demonstrated by Sarah and Helena, and has shown the ability to tell the clones apart even when they are posing as each other.
Aldous Leekie, frontman of the Institute and the face of the Neolution movement. He had a sexual relationship with Rachel and also acted as her monitor with her knowledge. She contacts Cal and Mrs. S to free Sarah and Kira from Dyad. It is revealed that she is raising the youngest Leda clone, Charlotte, and is battling the military and their male clones of Project Castor, holding one of the male clones in her home.
As Charlotte is shown to be in the care of Dr. Susan Duncan Rachel's adoptive mother and one of the lead scientists of Project LedaMarion was presumed dead.
She marries Mark in an official ceremony after running away from the Prolethean farm. He expresses disappointment in how Rachel turned out after he faked his death and left her to be raised by Aldous Leekie. Virginia Coady, a military doctor who is investigating the Castor sickness and illegally sterilizing ordinary women in order to gather data. He was, in the comic book series, apparently in a sexual relationship with Rachel Duncan and spearheaded the Helsinki extermination.
Later, in season 4, he meets Veera Suominen, a survivor of Helsinki who resents him for his murder of her closest friend, Niki. Veera leads him into a trap in an attempt to kill him but instead takes 3. S defuses the bomb, and Sarah sets him free, only for him to take Mrs. S and her daughter Kira hostage at Rachel's behest. Delphine begins spying on the relationship, taking photographs and video footage of the two individuals during their dates.
She is revealed to be Mrs.
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S's biological mother and the one who murdered Mrs. S's husband John decades earlier. Despite Cosima's attempts at creating a gene therapy for the Leda disease with her blood, Kendall was shot and incinerated by Detective Duko on the orders of Evie Cho.
Leekie at the Dyad Institute, specializing in Neolution. Westmorland "Percival"the head of the Neolutionist project. Supposedly born inhe is educated at Eton and Cambridge. He was a member of the Royal Geographic Society where he published a number of papers on reproduction.
He also studied primitive societies, he having gone into the bushes of Borneo in when he was thought to have died, never having been seen again in public. Additional clones gradually emerge in the second season, including Jennifer, who died from the same respiratory illness that affected Katja and Cosima. Sarah is given a photograph whose caption suggests that the cloning project that produced her was called "Project Leda ".
The season 2 finale introduced Charlotte, an eight-year-old clone with a leg disability. It is also revealed that the military carried on with a male cloning initiative named Project Castor, which created Mark the Prolethean, Rudy, or 'Scarface', Miller the soldier, and Seth, the mustached clone.
Virginia Coady in a military setting. It was also discovered by Sarah that Henrik Johanssen attempted to create a Castor clone from a stolen genetic sample, but failed, resulting in the death of the infant Abel.
In the season 3 premiere, it is revealed that, insix self-aware Project Leda clones in the Helsinki area were executed. Comics depicting these events would later place it during It is also revealed that there is a non-self aware clone named Krystal Goderitch, who works as a manicurist.
She is later featured in the eighth episode, in which an unnamed Polish clone is revealed to have recently died from the respiratory illness. In the third episode of season 3, it is revealed that the original samples for Projects Castor and Leda were brother and sister, making all the clones genetic siblings.
But the ninth episode of this season 3 shows even more similarity between the Castor and Leda genomes.