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Borgia (TV Series 2011–2014) Poster

(2011–2014)

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Nearly all of the principal actors and actresses were using their natural accents (be they American, Russian, Czech, Italian, et cetera) with a few notable exceptions. Mark Ryder (Cesare Borgia) and Diarmuid Noyes (Alessandro Farnese) are Irish but used English accents on the show. Even Stanley Weber (Juan Borgia) moderates his French accent, though he doesn't sound as English as his on-screen brother. This is because the series was intended for dubbing into non-English European languages (French, German, et cetera).
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The opening credits show a perfectly round coin, which is an anachronism. The ability to make such coins had not yet been developed.
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Scriptwriter Tom Fontana worked in the Vatican Library and ordered translation from Latin of the papacy documents of that era.
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Paul Rhys (Leonardo da Vinci) also appeared on Da Vinci's Demons (2013) as Vlad the Impaler, who assisted and antagonized Leonardo da Vinci.
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Shares various actors and actresses with the Dune mini-series.
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