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The Duke of Oxford
"Reputation is what people think of you. Character is what you are."

Portrayed By: Ralph Fiennes

Appearances: The King's Man

"Real power is not found running off to war. Real power lies in understanding who it is you're truly fighting, and how they can be defeated."

The leading Kingsman agent during the Edwardian Era and World War I.

  • Classy Cane: He has a limp and uses a cane to support himself. And he's a gentleman.
  • Sword Cane: He has a sword concealed in his cane.


"The world burns. We must do something!"

Portrayed By: Harris Dickinson

Appearances: The King's Man

A young British soldier who gets recruited in Kingsman by the Duke of Oxford.

  • Contrasting Sequel Main Character: Contrasting prequel main character, that is. He is a young British man who gets inducted in Kingsman like Eggsy. Unlike Eggsy, who gave up on his Marines training, Conrad became a soldier and experienced war.
  • Man in a Kilt: He wears a kilt as part of his uniform while serving on the front lines.
  • Shirtless Scene: He trains in knife combat shirtless.


"Armed and ready."

Portrayed By: Djimon Hounsou

Appearances: The King's Man

A Kingsman agent and Conrad's trainer.

  • Shirtless Scene: He is shirtless when training Conrad in knife combat.
  • Token Minority: He seems to be the only non-white guy in Kingsman during World War I. Or even the only non-white Kingsman agent in the franchise, period.


"Welcome to the group!"

Portrayed By: Gemma Arterton

Appearances: The King's Man


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