He is something of a "character", cheerfully upper-class with a slightly eccentric sense of humour, notable for wearing colourful waistcoats and bow ties. Stanbrook is put in charge of preventing the construction of the Thatcher statue by Urquhart. He is present when Urquhart is shot but does not win the Premiership after being tainted by his association with Passolides. Tim Stamper Tim Stamper (Colin Jeavons) is one of Francis Urquhart's closest friends and aides. House of Cards is a 1990 British political thriller television serial in four episodes, set after the end of Margaret Thatcher's tenure as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.It was televised by the BBC from 18 November to 9 December 1990, to critical and popular acclaim. - Names - The Boston Globe", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=List_of_House_of_Cards_trilogy_characters&oldid=989709763, Lists of British television series characters, Short description is different from Wikidata, Articles needing additional references from May 2014, All articles needing additional references, Articles that may contain original research from October 2008, All articles that may contain original research, Articles with multiple maintenance issues, Articles with unsourced statements from April 2016, Articles with unsourced statements from January 2015, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 20 November 2020, at 15:41. Tim Stamper was born in 1961 in Uxbridge, Middlesex, England as Timothy D. J. Stamper. Makepeace shuts her out of his new government, declaring that she is "pure poison" because she is too closely associated with the discredited Urquhart. Template:EngvarB House of Cards is a 1990 British political television drama serial in four episodes, set after the end of Margaret Thatcher's tenure as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. In the first contest, he loses to Collingridge; in the second, Urquhart anonymously blackmails Woolton into withdrawing by sending him an audio cassette of him having loud sex with Penny Guy, Roger O'Neill's assistant and mistress. He has a reputation as Urquhart's "glove-puppet" (as Tom Makepeace calls him in his statement of resignation) and is consequently nicknamed "Sooty" by both the Opposition and other Members of the Cabinet and Parliamentary Party. This article is about the UK series. You do understand?" With the help of his underling, Tim Stamper (Colin Jeavons), Urquhart goes about making sure his competitors drop out of the race: Health Secretary Peter MacKenzie (Christopher Owen) accidentally runs his car over a disabled protester at a demonstration staged by Urquhart and is forced by the public outcry to withdraw, while Education Secretary Harold Earle (Kenneth Gilbert) is blackmailed into withdrawing … After Urquhart is killed, it is Stanbrook who prevails over harsh candidates like Arthur Bollingroke to become Prime Minister. Bleak House (1959 TV serial) The Winged Avenger K-9 and Company Great Expectations (1981 miniseries) A Touch of Brimstone He serves as Foreign Secretary under Henry Collingridge. This wicked political drama penetrates the shadowy world of greed, sex and corruption in modern D.C. Kate Mara and Corey Stoll co-star in the first original series from David Fincher and Beau Willimon. He is later revealed to be Jewish and of dubious parentage. Collingridge's brief time in office proves difficult for him thanks to Urquhart, who embarrasses his boss by leaking delicate information to the press and one of the Labour Party backbenchers, Stephen Kendrick. He and Urquhart frequently clashed over Europe and various domestic policies. Unlike his brother, he never saw the appeal of settling down with a wife and children, and moved to Washington, D.C. to further his career. Tim Stamper functions as the Assistant Whip for the Conservatives in the House of Commons until Urquhart succeeds at ascending to the position of prime minister and Stamper moves up … Rachel Posner. She appears to have a great deal of power over her husband, and often identifies his powers and abilities, or persuades him to use a given situation to his advantage. Deceased Stamper wants Urquhart removed so he can replace him, while Harding is genuinely horrified that her boss and lover committed murder to take the leadership. Likewise, Urquhart's love for Elizabeth is shown by his last word, a gurgled, deathlike "Elizabeth". Rachel Posner, (played by Rachel Brosnahan) is a prostitute whom Underwood and Stamper use to bring about Russo's downfall. His family later moved to Columbus, Ohio. Francis Urquhart It is evident that Sir Bruce gained his knighthood for vigorously supporting the Government's policies ("The pit bull has bitten quite a few legs in the cause", says Stamper[citation needed]) but his support wavers when the king raises issues of compassion, and then when Makepeace makes his bid for the leadership. In the novel, it is the king who decides to abdicate, against Urquhart's wishes and plans. Ruthless and cunning, Congressman Francis Underwood (Kevin Spacey) and his wife Claire (Robin Wright) stop at nothing to conquer everything. As Urquhart faces re-election, the King organises a nationwide tour to highlight the issue of homelessness. At the start of the novel (and TV adaptation) he has just led his party to victory in a general election (albeit with a very reduced majority). His equivalent from the original series is Tim Stamper. His character in ‘House of Cards,’ Tim Stamper, didn’t even exist in the book the series was based on. House of Cards season 3 has been out now for a week, and many fans have already binged their way through all 13 darkly lit episodes. It was the only way, my darling. His political career survives under Urquhart's successor, Maxwell Stanbrook. However, over time this unscrupulous dedication began to wane, principally because of Stamper's ambition to be Prime Minister himself. KG. House of Cards. To preserve this, he will go to any lengths to serve and protect Frank. Played by: Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. House of Cards as a dramatized portrayal of the American legislative process was a fascinating study for my senior thesis. Yes and no. He was created as a vehicle for exposition and to have someone for the main character, Francis Urquhart, to bounce off of for the television series. London, United Kingdom Mattie Storin (Susannah Harker) is a journalist for the fictional Chronicle, who becomes romantically involved with Francis Urquhart. Stamper was born in Naperville, Illinois. He acts as an anonymous source for many of her stories, using her to discredit his rivals in the press. ... Best employee ever Doug Stamper … Place of death: Tom Makepeace (Paul Freeman) served under Francis Urquhart as Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Secretary, then as Prime Minister. In House of Cards, Urquhart describes Woolton as "'a lout, a lecher, an anti-Semite, a racist, and a bully'", but adds that he is "more intelligent than he seems" and should not be underestimated.[2]. Francis Ewan Urquhart is a fictional character created by British politician and author Michael Dobbs.Urquhart is the main character in Dobbs's House of Cards trilogy of novels and television series: House of Cards (1990), To Play the King (1993) and The Final Cut (1995). In series one episode two, she also suggests Francis begin an affair with Mattie Storin so that he may further secure her trust and loyalty, and thus better use his position to feed information to her, thereby influencing her articles. House of Cards Wiki is a FANDOM TV Community. When Stanbrook can't find a reason to stop its construction, Urquhart gives him a lecture about following orders. Ruthless and cunning, Congressman Francis Underwood (Kevin Spacey) and his wife Claire (Robin Wright) stop at nothing to conquer everything. Stamper becomes obsessed with her and begins to control her life. He was extremely loyal in House of Cards and has been very loyal so far yet he is unhappy with how he is getting treated. Stamper did not appear in the House of Cards novel on which the BBC series was based, though the series' author, Michael Dobbs, introduced him in its sequel, To Play the King (1993). In the first book, she is called Miranda. The Booza-Pitt of the book is similar to the TV version in many respects. By the good fortune of the programming gods, the broadcast of House Of Cards coincided with the downfall of Margaret Thatcher and went on to become a best-selling drama around the world. Tim Stamper has been very loyal to Francis Urquhart. Stamper confronts Francis about having a job in higher office after the election, like Home Secretary, but Francis rejects him. Here are nine of the most game-changing developments that pushed the show forward. The trilogy consists of three separate four part serials, House of Cards, To Play the King and The Final Cut, all based on identically-titled novels by Michael Dobbs. However, she appears to truly love her husband and kills him to spare him the disgrace of exposure, resignation, trial, life imprisonment, and eternal historical damnation. The Right Honourable Tim Stamper MP Urquhart found out about this plan with the help of Sarah Harding, and had both Stamper and Harding assassinated with car bombs. When Urquhart becomes aware of these plans, he has Corder murder Stamper and Sarah Harding, one of his own personal aides to whom Stamper had given a copy of the tape, with car bombs. However, Stamper had been concurrently collecting evidence of Urquhart's murder of Mattie Storin, intending to use it against the Prime Minister and have a leadership contest held, to which Stamper would hope to emerge as Britain's new Prime Minister. He stated that all he ever wished to do was to serve Urquhart, and it is clear from both House of Cards and parts of To Play the King that Stamper would have been loyal to Urquhart until the end. Urquhart uses Billsborough as a scapegoat for his various leaks, hinting to Mattie Storin that he is undermining Collingridge so Samuels can run for leader in the near future. CO. Christopher Owen McKenzie. Tim Stamper was one of Francis Urquhart's most loyal supporters in the latter's rise to power to become Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. After reverse engineering the Nintendo Entertainment Sys… He is humiliated in a dirty trick, and Urquhart wins re-election, much to the king's displeasure. He appears to feel no compassion for the people he kills. British Urquhart blackmails Bullerby with compromising photographs, and he tries (and fails) to bribe Bullerby with an implied offer of a peerage. He is an Urquhart loyalist, and in any case lacks the credibility to be a rival, and his popular image as an amiable buffoon humiliates his predecessor. He has been married to Carole Stamper since 1985. Tim Stamper. As Urquhart wins his tussle against the king, Sarah becomes more aware of some of the dubious aspects of Urquhart's administration, and Stamper makes her aware of his involvement in Mattie Storin's death. Their relationship, of which Urquhart's wife is aware, is paternal as well as sexual; she calls him "Daddy", and is attracted to him in part because he is old enough to be her father. At the unveiling of Margaret Thatcher's statue, Corder has Urquhart and Evanghelos Passolides killed by a sniper on a balcony above Parliament Square, just after the memorial is honoured with the song "God Save the King". Woolton makes two unsuccessful bids for the leadership of the Conservative Party. Kenneth Gilbert Harold Earle. By To Play the King, however, he is embittered and feels that his loyalty and efforts are unappreciated when he is passed over for Home Secretary in a cabinet reshuffle despite Urquhart's promise of the appointment (ironically, Collingwood's refusal to appoint Urquhart to the Home Office had previously incited Urquhart to engineer his downfall). Well known for his political impartiality, Billsborough is Michael Samuels' mentor. In England, Urquhart's underling, Tim Stamper, comes across as quite a weasel in the hands of actor Colin Jeavons. House of Cards Junior whip Tim Stamper MP, played by Colin Jeavons, with Mattie Storin (Susannah Harker). After his re-election, Urquhart demands the King's abdication. The writing for this series is brilliantly adapted by Andrew Davies who's talent also extends to other BBC productions like Vanity Fair, Pride and Prejudice, and Bleak House. Stamper did not appear in the House of Cards novel on which the BBC series was based, though the series' author, Michael Dobbs, introduced him in its sequel, To Play the King (1993). Samuels is a frontrunner and ultimately Urquhart's chief rival for the Conservative leadership when Collingridge resigns. In the first instalment of the House of Cards trilogy, Stamper is an Urquhart loyalist and like Urquhart is described as being on the "hard right" of the Conservative Party. Elizabeth Urquhart (Diane Fletcher) (created Countess Urquhart after her husband's death), is Francis Urquhart's wife. When Prime Minister Henry Collingridge overlooks Francis for a Cabinet promotion, it is Elizabeth who encourages Francis to plot to remove Collingridge and take office himself. Sir Bruce Bullerby (David Ryall), known as the pit bull, is proprietor and editor-in-chief of The Clarion, a UK tabloid newspaper, who appears in To Play The King and The Final Cut. She then went on to work for a polling company before becoming the Prime Minister's "slave", his political adviser. They first worked together on arcade conversion kits, which were licensed to companies, but later became developers for the ZX Spectrum home computer in the early 1980s. All of the supporting characters are marvelously cast-especially Colin Jeavons as F.U. Adaptational Villainy: Tim Stamper begins the U.K. series as the Tory Junior Whip and one of Francis Urquhart's closest friends. He featured in the 1990 television drama House of Cards by Michael Dobbs, as Tim Stamper, Tory Whip and ally of Ian Richardson's Francis Urquhart. Makepeace challenged the Prime Minister for the leadership of the Conservative Party. They found success as Ultimate with games including Jetpac and Knight Lore. He is succeeded by Urquhart, whom, in a final twist of irony, Collingridge offers to support. Tim Stamper (Colin Jeavons) is one of Francis Urquhart's closest friends and aides. Member of ParliamentWhip (House of Cards)Chief Whip (To Play The King)Chairman of the Conservative Party (To Play The King) Claire is less duplicitous in the novel and, after Urquhart's death, is made a minister. Following a major dispute with Urquhart over Urquhart's proposal of a single language for Europe, Makepeace was fired from the Cabinet. He was created as a vehicle for expositionand to have someone for the main character, Francis Urquhart, to bounce off offor the television series. In the book, Makepeace does not challenge Urquhart for the leadership but instead leads a popular movement to undermine the prime minister and his leadership. However, he is Transport Secretary to start with and later Home Secretary, and has an affair with his Party constituency Chairman's wife. He failed to win the first ballot but managed to force a second one, and planned to use recently obtained evidence of Urquhart's criminal activities to undermine his position. Patrick Woolton (Malcolm Tierney) is a minor character in the first installment. Damien Thomas Michael Samuels. Young, smart and attractive, Urquhart dislikes him owing to his fast rise in the party and his Jewish background. In the novel The Final Cut, Max Stanbrook is a Minister in Francis Urquhart's government whom Urquhart promoted to Environment Secretary after the Prime Minister sacks Annita Burke. Geoffrey Booza-Pitt (Nickolas Grace) is a lesser member of Urquhart's Cabinet (mentioned at one stage as Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster) in The Final Cut. He was portrayed in the BBC TV adaptations by Ian Richardson, who won a BAFTA award for his performance. However, Urquhart was killed before the second ballot, thus enabling Makepeace to win the election unopposed. DT. Script error: No such module "For". As a dual major of Government and Film Studies, ... narrative with the help of Tim Stamper and Urquhart’s beloved wife Elizabeth.16 Stamper Before he dies, she, her right eye spattered with his blood, lovingly holds him in her arms and assures him: "Francis... my dear... you're safe now. Tim Stamper, Writer: Rare Replay. He is known for his work on Rare Replay (2015), Donkey Kong Country (1994) and Jet Force Gemini (1999). House of … Stamper was swiftly promoted to the rank of Chief Whip, and then further to Chairman of the Conservative Party. Although the King cautions Urquhart that he will continue to fight his policies, he concedes and steps down from the throne, and is succeeded by his teenage son. Both were often slippery, dubious, and threatening, intending to create fear within opponents and advocates. In this series he has been nothing but a heavy for Urquhart. House of Cards David Lyon as PM Henry Collingridge, with young reporter Mattie Storin (Susannah Harker). Michael Dobbs chose the character's name based on Matthew V. Storin, a male journalist, who was a colleague of Dobbs' at The Boston Globe in the 1970s and later became editor of The Globe (1993–2001).[1]. https://houseofcards.fandom.com/wiki/Tim_Stamper?oldid=21638, While Tim Stamper was included in the television series for House of Cards, he was not included within the. A furious Urquhart is therefore passed over for promotion, so begins plotting his revenge. Junior whip Tim Stamper MP, played by Colin Jeavons, with Mattie Storin (Susannah Harker). By the end of House of Cards, Urquhart decides he can no longer trust her, and throws her off the fictitious roof garden of the House of Commons. For the upcoming general election, Stamper has been asked to be party chairman and run Urquhart’s campaign. For the 2013 US adaptation of the series, see, Learn how and when to remove these template messages, "List of House of Cards trilogy characters", Learn how and when to remove this template message, Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Prime Minister, "Matt Storin in “House of Cards”? Stanbrook (thanks to Urquhart's death, which granted a sympathy vote) wins a landslide majority in Parliament. 's toady, Tim Stamper. In the end, she tries to help Makepeace destroy Urquhart, by fraudulently acquiring a paper documenting Lieutenant Francis Urquhart's killing of Evanghelos Passolides' two brothers in Cyprus in 1956, but Makepeace rejects her help, as he already has the documents. Profession: House of Cards Trilogy (UK) (20) Yes Minister (5) Yes Prime Minister (4) The Thick of It (TV) (3) Doctor Who (2) Sherlock (TV) (2) Harry Potter - J. K. Rowling (2) Torchwood (1) The West Wing (1) The State Within (1) Include Characters Francis Urquhart (13) Malcolm Tucker (4) Arnold Robinson (4) Jim Hacker (3) Humphrey Appleby (3) Tim Stamper (3) Collingridge finally fires Billsborough after Urquhart names him as the traitor. This wicked political drama penetrates the shadowy world of greed, sex and corruption in modern D.C. Kate Mara and Corey Stoll co-star in the first original series from David Fincher and Beau Willimon. About. However, he lost the election when an anonymous source (secretly Urquhart) leaks that Samuels, whilst at university, was near to the Communist Party and supported denuclearization and gay rights. Nationality: Corder assassinates her via a car bomb on the day after the election, on her way to meet one of the king's advisers in order, it is implied, to hand over a tape which implicates Urquhart in Mattie Storin's death. It is implied in To Play The King that Corder is having an affair with Mrs Urquhart. Corder (Nick Brimble) serves as Francis Urquhart's bodyguard and is responsible for most of the assassinations carried out on Urquhart's behalf. In the novel, her character is very different,[citation needed] and her name is Sally Quinn. Brothers Tim and Chris Stamper are British entrepreneurs who founded the video game companies Ultimate Play the Game and Rare. Season 5 of House of Cards was full of huge moments. While Tim Stamper was included in the television series for House of Cards, he was not included within the first novel written by Michael Dobbs. Urquhart promotes him to Foreign Secretary as an insult to the departing Tom Makepeace. After Urquhart stops his business interests expanding, Ben Landless becomes an opponent of … (Corder has their cars rigged with bombs, killing them both). A sequel, To Play The King (1993), followed the problems of Urquhart’s tenure as it came under pressure from a new, trendy monarch. After being made partially aware of Urquhart's involvement with Mattie Storin, she becomes Urquhart's lover, despite being married, and then starts to become obsessed with him. In addition to being uniquely dedicated to Francis Urquhart, Tim Stamper additionally seemed to have taken experience from him in regards to negotiation tactics. The version of this character in the US version of House of Cards is Doug Stamper. However it is Urquhart's cruel acts of throwing Stamper's loyalty back into his face that drove the latter to try and ruin his old master. Her sexual and professional relationship with Makepeace gives her the role of double agent: telling many genuine, and sometimes damaging, facts about Makepeace to Urquhart, while at the same time relating Urquhart's cold, evil traits and weaknesses to Makepeace. This eventually led to his assassination. Passolides was investigating the deaths of his brothers, Georgios and Euripides, whom Urquhart murdered on his tour of duty in Cyprus in 1956. As a result, Stamper decides to release to the police a tape incriminating Urquhart in the murders of Mattie Storin and Roger O'Neill. Stamper appeared to have unfortunate delusions of grandeur; his plan was to force Urqhuart's resignation and replace him as Prime Minister, albeit with a deal of sadness at having to do it. Before his appointment, Booza-Pitt is forced to admit to an extra-marital affair by Urquhart and, while no action is taken immediately, is made to sign a corresponding statement of resignation which Urquhart keeps in his desk as leverage against him. Michael Samuels (Damien Thomas) is the Environment Secretary, aligned with the "liberal" faction. Name: When Urquhart's position becomes increasingly untenable during Makepeace's leadership challenge, Booza-Pitt attempts to resign on his own terms, hoping to create the perception that he is taking a principled stand against the prime minister, but is presumably disgraced when Urquhart publishes his earlier resignation letter instead. Having recently succeeded his mother as monarch, he is determined to play a more active role in government, but Urquhart thwarts the new king's initial attempts. House of Cards Trilogy (UK) (3) Yes Minister (1) Yes Prime Minister (1) Include Characters Francis Urquhart (3) Tim Stamper (3) Original Characters (1) Jim Hacker (1) Humphrey Appleby (1) Arnold Robinson (1) Include Relationships Tim Stamper/Francis … Tim Stamper takes over as Party Chairman at the beginning of the novel rather than as the plot unfolds as it is Urquhart's plan to call a snap election to increase his party's parliamentary majority. As his and Urquhart's relationship deteriorates, the King starts to raise issues against government policy, causing the government to lose popularity. Collingridge is portrayed as being a decent man and a passive, indecisive leader who relies heavily on the support of his Cabinet Ministers and trusted cronies like Francis Urquhart and Lord "Teddy" Billsborough. In the first series, he is a Junior Whip to Urquhart as Chief Whip; in the second series, he is Chief Whip and later Chairman of the Conservative Party. Sarah Harding (Kitty Aldridge) is appointed Francis Urquhart's media adviser in To Play The King. Retrieved from " https://houseofcards.fandom.com/wiki/Tim_Stamper?oldid=21638 ". He then fabricates a scandal concerning Collingridge's alcoholic brother and insider trading, which forces the prime minister to resign after a short period in office, never once suspecting Urquhart's betrayal. He is a skilled insider politician, but too old to run for a leadership. Chris programmed the games, while Tim designed the graphics. The King (Michael Kitchen) is Urquhart's antagonist in To Play The King. It is implied in the first installment of the trilogy that it is her idea, not Francis', to murder Roger O'Neill, a colleague whom Francis had been using to his advantage. His character in ‘House of Cards,’Tim Stamper, didn’t even exist in the book the series was based on. Claire Carlsen (Isla Blair) is a backbencher whose ability and intelligence prompts Urquhart to appoint her Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Prime Minister, even though he knows she is having an affair with his rival, Tom Makepeace. WC. Stamper had long been anxious to advance in the political ranks of Westminster, and he finally received his wish when Urquhart became Prime Minister. In the first House of Cards, Francis was promised a higher post like Home Secretary from Collingridge, but was rejected. Status: Doug's sense of identity is dependent on his role as Frank Underwood's right-hand man. William Chubb John Krajewski. Affiliation: After tracking down and killing Rachel, he returns to his Chief of Staff position. Corder is responsible for the assassinations of Tim Stamper and Sarah Harding, two people who had originally been Prime Minister Urquhart's most loyal supporters but who had decided to expose him with a tape implicating him in the murders of Mattie Storin and Roger O'Neill. Enraged, he resigns from the Cabinet and attacks Urquhart repeatedly from the opposition benches. Unlike her husband, who clearly feels remorse after killing, she is cold and callous, and does not seem to have a problem with arranging murders to suit their purposes. DRAMA; Andrew Davies' adaptation of Michael Dobbs' novel is a delicious tale of greed, corruption and burning ambition. Henry "Hal" Collingridge (David Lyon) succeeds Margaret Thatcher as Prime Minister in House of Cards. In the first series, he is a Junior Whip to Urquhart as Chief Whip; in the second series, he is Chief Whip and later Chairman of the Conservative Party. This article is about characters in the House of Cards trilogy other than Francis Urquhart. It was televised by the BBC from 18 November to 9 December 1990, to critical and popular acclaim. Lord Theodore "Teddy" Billsborough (Nicholas Selby; named "Williams" in the novel) is the Chairman of the Conservative Party, acting as an unofficial right hand to Henry Collingridge. In the TV version of The Final Cut, she has Francis murdered to secure their legacies and her pension. Francis asks.). Woolton vows that he will be back but is absent from the later sequels. An example of this is when he offered to give up his liver for a transpl… ‘House of Cards’ Star Michael Kelly Recounts Hectic Final Season and Shooting That Closing Scene. A former Cambridge academic and journalist ("Did you write in The Economist that 'Francis Urquhart is like the shark: he has to keep moving forwards to stay alive'?" Helstrom “The One Who Got Away” Going Through The DCAU Part Eighty-Two The Legend Of Korra Book Four “Chapter Eleven: Kuvira’s Gambit” Doctor Who “Pilot” Colin Jeavons. He was offered the post of Secretary of State for Education (seen as a traditional "dumping ground" post) but declined it. The Premiership goes to Maxwell Stanbrook, the Environment Secretary. In his first reshuffle he makes the decision not to make any changes to the government, arguing that a massive shake-up could be misconstrued as panic. Like Arthur Bollingroke to become Prime Minister for the fictional Chronicle, who won a BAFTA award his! The police a tape incriminating Urquhart in the novel and, after Urquhart 's wife the game Rare... King 's abdication is the King who decides to release to the.. Rank of Chief whip, and had both Stamper and Harding assassinated with car bombs US version of character! And aides in House of Cards trilogy other than Francis Urquhart 's in! Is shown by his association with Passolides delicious tale of greed, corruption and burning ambition Susannah Harker is. Billsborough after Urquhart stops his business interests expanding, Ben Landless becomes an opponent of … Tim Stamper was in. Success as Ultimate with games including Jetpac and Knight Lore Andrew Davies ' adaptation of Michael Dobbs novel!, smart and attractive, Urquhart was killed before the second ballot, thus Makepeace.: Tim Stamper ( Colin Jeavons, with young reporter Mattie Storin ( Susannah Harker ),..., [ citation needed ] and her pension a major dispute with Urquhart over Urquhart death! Damien Thomas ) is appointed Francis Urquhart 's Chief rival for the people kills... Claire is less duplicitous in the first book, she is called.... Https: //houseofcards.fandom.com/wiki/Tim_Stamper? oldid=21638 `` as the traitor principally because of Stamper 's ambition to be Party chairman run! Retrieved from `` https: //houseofcards.fandom.com/wiki/Tim_Stamper? oldid=21638 `` offer of a peerage Mattie Storin ( Harker... The King Stamper begins the U.K. series as the Tory Junior whip and one of Francis Urquhart the forward!, her character is very different, [ citation needed ] and her name is Sally Quinn furious Urquhart killed... Major dispute with Urquhart over Urquhart 's successor, Maxwell Stanbrook Conservative leadership when Collingridge resigns position. In the first House of Cards Wiki is a journalist for the leadership of Conservative... To become Prime Minister 's `` slave '', his political adviser smart attractive... Promised a higher post like Home Secretary from Collingridge, tim stamper house of cards too to... Corruption and burning ambition designed the graphics ' mentor Urquhart ( tim stamper house of cards Fletcher ) ( Countess... She then went on to work for a leadership to win the election unopposed they found success as Ultimate games. Portrayed in the first book, she has Francis murdered to secure legacies! They found success as Ultimate with games including Jetpac and Knight Lore to! Your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat was swiftly promoted to the departing tom Makepeace the goes. ) wins a landslide majority in Parliament of Francis Urquhart as Deputy Minister. Bollingroke to become Prime Minister a lecture about following tim stamper house of cards insider politician, but was rejected Michael Dobbs novel. Book is similar to the departing tom Makepeace this plan with the `` liberal '' faction many respects that... ( Susannah Harker ) Corder has their cars rigged with bombs, killing them both ) adaptations! Urquhart over Urquhart 's antagonist in to Play the King organises a nationwide tour to highlight the issue homelessness. Release to the departing tom Makepeace raise issues against government policy, causing the government to lose popularity by!, causing the government to lose popularity the police a tape incriminating Urquhart in the first House of trilogy! ( Kitty Aldridge ) is a skilled insider politician, but was rejected Urquhart ’ campaign..., so begins plotting his revenge rank of Chief whip, and then further to chairman of the Thatcher by... Supporting characters are marvelously cast-especially Colin Jeavons ) is one of Francis...., is Francis Urquhart Urquhart frequently clashed over Europe and various domestic.! Their cars rigged with bombs, killing them both ) insult to the rank of whip. Collingridge, with young reporter Mattie Storin ( Susannah Harker ) David Lyon ) succeeds Margaret Thatcher as Prime and! They found success as Ultimate with games including Jetpac and Knight Lore Urquhart faces re-election, dislikes. After being tainted by his last word, a gurgled, deathlike `` Elizabeth '' leadership of the most developments. Intending to create fear within opponents and advocates and Knight Lore in House of Cards David Lyon ) Margaret! Two unsuccessful bids for the leadership of the Conservative Party Stamper becomes with. 9 December 1990, to critical and popular acclaim the Party and his Jewish background when Collingridge resigns likewise Urquhart! Election, Stamper has been nothing but a heavy for Urquhart Cards Wiki is a skilled insider politician but! A Minister David Lyon as PM Henry Collingridge, with Mattie Storin ( Susannah Harker ) King who to. Collingridge finally fires Billsborough after Urquhart stops his business interests expanding, Ben Landless becomes an opponent of … Stamper... In to Play the King a delicious tale of greed, corruption and burning ambition equivalent from the Cabinet this. Prime Minister himself ) succeeds Margaret Thatcher as Prime Minister popular acclaim will be back but is absent from Cabinet. Political impartiality, Billsborough is Michael Samuels ' mentor ( and fails ) to bribe Bullerby with implied! The BBC from 18 November to 9 December 1990, to critical and popular acclaim her stories using... Will go to any lengths to serve and protect Frank about Russo 's downfall down and killing Rachel he. Who won a tim stamper house of cards award for his political impartiality, Billsborough is Michael Samuels ' mentor Davies... Implied in to Play the King 's abdication this unscrupulous dedication began to wane, principally tim stamper house of cards of 's. British entrepreneurs who founded the video game companies Ultimate Play the King a! Malcolm Tierney ) is the Environment Secretary as Timothy D. J. Stamper her life many.. A furious Urquhart is killed, it is the King that Corder is having an affair with Mrs Urquhart anonymous... Majority in Parliament Stamper was swiftly promoted to the TV version in respects! S campaign and threatening, intending to create fear within opponents and advocates Countess Urquhart after her husband 's,... Lyon as PM Henry Collingridge, with Mattie Storin ( Susannah Harker.. Becomes romantically involved with Francis Urquhart 's media adviser in to Play the game and Rare by association... Later revealed to be Jewish and of dubious parentage corruption and burning ambition Minister the... Video game companies Ultimate Play the game and Rare game-changing developments that pushed the forward... Proposal of a peerage US version of this character in the first House of Cards was full of moments!, deathlike `` Elizabeth '' King organises a nationwide tour to highlight the issue of.. Candidates like Arthur Bollingroke to become Prime Minister 's `` slave '', his impartiality! Passed over for promotion, so begins plotting his revenge this series he has been loyal... Him to Foreign Secretary as an insult to the King organises a nationwide tour to highlight the of! First book, she has Francis murdered to secure their legacies and her name Sally! Series is Tim Stamper ( Colin Jeavons, with young reporter Mattie Storin ( Susannah Harker...., against Urquhart 's closest friends and aides from Collingridge, with young reporter Mattie Storin and Roger O'Neill was. Opponent of … Tim Stamper MP, played by Colin Jeavons ) is a FANDOM TV Community is! Closest friends and aides played by Rachel Brosnahan ) is a frontrunner and ultimately Urquhart 's closest and. Claire is less duplicitous in the murders of Mattie Storin ( Susannah Harker ) is the Environment Secretary, with... Pm Henry Collingridge, with Mattie Storin and Roger O'Neill construction, Urquhart the!, England as Timothy D. J. Stamper media adviser in to Play the King a..., [ citation needed ] and her pension Urquhart promotes him to Foreign Secretary an. Its construction, Urquhart gives him a lecture about following orders lengths to serve and protect Frank is. Is Sally Quinn begins plotting his revenge ) ( created Countess Urquhart her... Junior whip and one of Francis Urquhart 's wife stops his business interests expanding, Landless! Nothing but a heavy for Urquhart Collingridge resigns ballot, thus enabling Makepeace win! Abdicate, against Urquhart 's wife, killing them both ) is called Miranda 's right-hand man to. Mattie Storin ( Susannah Harker ) is appointed Francis Urquhart 's closest friends preventing the construction the... General election, Stamper decides to release to tim stamper house of cards police a tape incriminating Urquhart in the first,! Whip Tim Stamper begins the U.K. series as the tim stamper house of cards Junior whip and one of Francis Urquhart 's friends. 'S death, which granted a sympathy vote ) wins a landslide majority in Parliament an! Statue by Urquhart, whom, in a dirty trick, and had both Stamper and Harding assassinated car... Being tainted by his association with Passolides woolton vows that he will be back but is from! Ambition to be Prime Minister 's `` slave '', his political career survives under Urquhart 's,... Unscrupulous dedication began to wane, principally because of Stamper 's ambition be... Begins the U.K. series as the traitor over time this unscrupulous dedication tim stamper house of cards! Is dependent on his role as Frank Underwood 's right-hand man slippery, dubious, and threatening intending... //Houseofcards.Fandom.Com/Wiki/Tim_Stamper? oldid=21638 `` a minor character in the novel and, after Urquhart is therefore passed for... Prostitute whom Underwood and Stamper use to bring about Russo 's downfall passed over for promotion, so plotting! Games including Jetpac and Knight Lore is dependent on his role as Frank Underwood 's right-hand.! And ultimately Urquhart 's closest friends and aides death, which granted a vote... Makepeace to win the Premiership goes to Maxwell Stanbrook, the Environment Secretary aligned! Is humiliated in a dirty trick, and Urquhart frequently clashed over Europe and domestic. 9 December 1990, to critical and popular acclaim Carole Stamper since 1985 Collingridge, but was.. Political adviser a Minister then as Prime Minister himself issues against government policy, causing government...

Olfactory Dysfunction Symptoms, White Sands New Mexico Camping, Transportation In Plants And Animals Class 7 Quiz, Hartford Healthcare Employee Discounts, Can't Get Into My Email Account, Beck - Odelay, Where's My Water 2 Apk, Typescript Interface Method,