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Before 'Money Heist' part 4 comes out, we’re here to celebrate the cast that has gotten us this far. Here's all the reasons we love the 'Money Heist' crew.

‘Money Heist’ season 4 cast: All the reasons we love the crew

It’s crunch time Money Heist fans. Part four of the international heist sensation is finally coming, to show us where we left off with the gang during their heist on the Bank of Spain. We don’t have to wait too much longer now, as new episodes drop April 3rd. But more importantly, we’ll be back with our favorite gang of criminals. 

The heisting crew we’ve grown to love may have changed a few faces since their first heist on the Royal Mint of Spain. But the Money Heist part 4 cast is still keeping the momentum alive. We may have lost Berlin (Pedro Alonso), Oslo (Roberto Garcia Ruiz), and Moscow (Paco Tous), but they live on through our crew (and way too many flashbacks in part three).

So we’re here to celebrate the crew that has gotten us this far. Before Money Heist part four comes out, it’s time to remember what we love about our crazy group of psychopaths. 

Berlin: Everything

Come on, Berlin is just the best. Sure, he’s a little bit creepy at times, but he knows how to respect women, he’s willing to do what it takes to meet his goal, and he stays true to his brother’s wishes! He even sacrificed himself to save the rest of the crew while trying to escape the heist on the mint. Berlin will forever be our favorite member of the crew. 

The Professor (Alvaro Morte): His grit

It takes a lot of balls to be able to become close with the detective who’s trying to hunt you down, or run to the piece of evidence police are on their way to scrub for fingerprints. It takes even a lot more to bring your enemy on board as a friend, especially when she has ties to the police. Yet The Professor manages to pull all of this off anyway. 

Tokyo (Ursula Corbero): Her sass

We’re not the biggest fans of Tokyo. But it’s definitely impressive the way she’s got something to say no matter what goes down. Whether it’s Rio (Miguel Herran) being a child about their relationship, her feeling like Berlin is abusing his power, or just messing around with the other thieves, she’s always got a smart-ass remark for everything. 

Nairobi (Alba Flores): Her compassion

We’ve established if Nairobi dies we’re rioting. But that’s because no one is a better nurturer to the group than Nairobi. Sure, she has her snark every once in a while, but she is almost like the group’s mother. She’s there if someone needs some help emotionally dealing with stuff, or if they need a good talking to after doing something stupid. But it always comes from a place of love.

Denver (Jaime Lorente): His pacifism

We wouldn’t have Stockholm on the team if Denver (Esther Acebo) killed her back in part one like he was supposed to. But he couldn’t bring himself to murder her, just injure her enough to make Berlin think he followed through. He kept her alive, and in the process, fell in love. Moscow raised his son right, even if his son still went into the stealing game like him.

Lisbon (Itziar Ituno): Her drive

Even when she wasn’t part of the team, it was clear to see that she cared about this case more than anything. The Professor may have been playing her like a fiddle, but she wanted to get to the truth no matter what it took. So when she ended up changing sides for part three, it became clear her and The Professor were a perfect match. 

Rio: His naivete

Some young blood is always needed in a stressful situation, and honestly, even if Rio is a bit of an idiot, it’s not because he’s stupid. It comes from being inexperienced. But getting to see the job through his eyes every once in a while shows us the outsider getting into the game for the first time.


Helsinki (Darko Peric): His passion

One of our two dear Serbians, it’s clear Helsinki likes to mess around and get his hands dirty in the life of crime. Even if he’s not always taken seriously, he’s got a passion for everything he does. Sometimes that’s getting to work with the heavy machinery, sometimes that’s trying to get with Palmero (Rodrigo de la Serna). But he’s always got a passion for what he’s doing.

Money Heist season four premieres on Netflix April 3rd.

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