Nicolas Cage as Johnny Blaze/Ghost Rider
Johnny Whitworth as Roarke/Blackout: The antagonist who, at the beginning, is human. He is turned into Blackout by the Devil to complete his job (which is not specified). This transformation gives him the fortitude and supernatural abilities to compete with Ghost Rider.
Ciarán Hinds as the Devil, who is trying to take over the body of his son on the boy's birthday.It is not clear whether this is intended to be the same character as Peter Fonda's Mephisto from the previous film. In Marvel Comics, there is not one being known as the devil, nor is there just one hell. Mephisto is identified as one of the hell-lords (along with other entities such as Satanish, Marduk Kurios, and Bapho met). These "hell-lords," along with about a dozen others, as they are known to the Marvel universe have all used the names Satan, the devil, and all named their individual realms Hell, in order to capitalize on mankind's beliefs.
Violante Placido as Nadya.
Idris Elba as Moreau.
Tobias Öjerfalk (Better known as Tejbz) in an unknown role.
Christopher Lambert in an unknown role, though he has revealed that he was required to undergo "sword training for 3 months" and shave his head.
Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor
David S. Goyer (story)
"The Ghost Rider sequel is reportedly set several years after the first film and finds Johnny Blaze in self-imposed exile from the world. Blaze has become a tormented soul, convinced that his powers are a curse. Former stuntman Blaze is then approached by Moreau, a member of the monastic order of Michael, the warrior angel. Moreau seeks a protector for a mother and son duo who are being pursued by a figure named Roarke – a fellow with a detailed knowledge of the Ghost Rider and his “… different identities over the centuries.