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Featuring minor characters appeared in the series ‘The Alienist’, whose limited screentime or relevance do not provide enough material to grant an individual page.

Benjamin and Sofia ZweigEdit



Mrs. ZweigEdit



Jacob RiisEdit

Jacob Riis is a Danish-American journalist and minor recurring character on The Alienist.


NotesEdit

  • He's an in-universe depiction of Jacob August Riis, a Danish-American social reformer, "muckraking" journalist and social documentary photographer. He is known for using his photographic and journalistic talents to help the impoverished in New York City.



TessieEdit



MorticianEdit



Mr. Santorelli Edit



Aaron Morton Edit



"Negro boy" Edit



Mrs. Tinker Edit



Charlotte Tinker Edit



Berthe Rajk Edit



Mrs. Rajk Edit



Rajk's Priest Edit




Razor Riley Edit



Jack McManus Edit



Detective Graves Edit



Abigail and Caroline Bell Edit



Edith RooseveltEdit



Alice RooseveltEdit



Roundsman BarclayEdit



Scotch AnnEdit

Scotch Ann, a pimp based in the Tenderloin, is a character portrayed by Kate Dickie.

"Scotch" is period jargon that would be "Scottish" in contemporary terminology. In fact, Ann speaks with a Scottish accent. She is the owner and proprietor of the "Golden Rule," a basement brothel employing young men who present themselves as females. She expresses annoyance and frustration that the murder of "Fatima" causes her brothel to be shut down. She explains to JohnMoore and Detective Sergeant Marcus Isaacson that she "bought" Ali ibn-Ghazi, a Syrian immigrant child, "fair and square" from his father to pay off a gambling debt. [1]


Mrs. Helen GorenkoEdit



Alexander MacLeodEdit



Bishop PotterEdit



Ignatius BluntEdit



Sheriff EarlyEdit



Charles MurrayEdit



Ellie LeshkaEdit



Mr. Kreizler Edit



ReferencesEdit

  1. Gina Gionfriddo & Cary Fukunaga (writers) & James Hawes (director); (February 12, 2018); "These Bloody Thoughts". Episode 4.The Alienist. TNT