Season 1 Episode 3 of The Last of Us TV show cast includes Pedro Pascal as Joel, Bella Ramsey as Ellie, Nick Offerman as Bill, and Murray Bartlett as Frank.

Much like episode 2, this episode has quite a small cast. However, Anna Torv does make a very brief cameo as Tess.

Of course, the actor playing Frank may be familiar to fans of other hit HBO series, as he’s had quite an illustrious career and appeared in several critically acclaimed shows and movies.

Here is every actor and their role in The Last of Us Season 1 episode 3 cast:

  • Pedro Pascal – Joel
  • Bella Ramsey – Ellie
  • Nick Offerman – Bill
  • Murray Bartlett – Frank
  • Anna Torv – Tess
  • Kevin Sateri – Infected in Cellar
  • Marcus Aurelio – Infected at Fence
  • Rumbie Muzofa – Mother
Bill and Frank in The Last of Us TV show
Credit – HBO

Make sure to keep track of The Last of Us episode schedule to see when the next one airs. That way, you’ll be able to see your favorite stars and more famous faces in future episodes.

Nick Offerman – Bill

Nick Offerman as Bill in The Last of Us TV show
Credit – HBO

Nick Offerman plays the role of Bill in the third episode of The Last of Us TV show. He is perhaps best known for his iconic role as Ron Swanson in the sitcom Parks and Recreation.

Most recently, Offerman has appeared in the mystery mini-series Devs as Forest, the Disney+ Original Pam and Tommy as Uncle Miltie, as well as the Peacock Original The Resort as Murray Thompson.

Murray Bartlett – Frank

Murray Bartlett as Frank in The Last of Us season 1 episode 3
Credit – HBO

Murray Bartlett plays Frank in episode three of The Last of Us TV show. His character is practically entirely new for the series, although it was briefly mentioned but never seen in the game.

Fans likely recognize Bartlett from his role as Armond in the hit HBO series The White Lotus. However, he most recently starred in the Disney+ Original Welcome to Chippendales as Nick De Noia.

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