The Witcher (Netflix): Season 2 reveals seven new actors

News Culture The Witcher (Netflix): Season 2 Reveals Seven New Actors While Season 2 is slated for later this year, The Witcher series is revealing new cast members, some in roles known to players like Phillipa Eilhart or Dijkstra. While we learned last January that the Netflix-produced series The Witcher was filmed again, we now learn a little more about the actors who will join the cast this second season. A total of seven new players were therefore announced, some of which played a key role. In fact, we learn that Phillipa Eilhart, founder of the Lodge of Wizards, which the players were able to cross in the games The Witcher, is embodied by Cassie Clare, who we could see in particular in supporting roles in Beauty and the Beast (2017) or even Seven Sisters (2017). Another recurring character of the games, the head of Redania’s Secret Service, Dijkstra, will also be present this season two and will be played by Graham McTavish, who played Dwalin in the Hobbit trilogy (2012-2014) to the Players who appeared in Nenneke, priestess and director of the Temple of Melitele, who Geralt knows well and almost acts as his mother figure and mentor, belong to the games. The latter is played by Adjoa Andoh, who we recently saw as Lady Danbury in The Chronicle of the Bridgertons (2020) on Netflix, in Invictus (2009) and The Fracture (2019), but also unimportant role in Horizon: Zero Dawn. Finally, Liz Carr (Unclassified Affairs, Les Misérables, The OA) and Simon Callow (4 weddings and 1 funeral, Room with a View, Shakespeare in Love, The Phantom of the Opera) each play Jakub Fenn and Codringher, two lawyers Chris Fulton (Outlaw King, The Bridgertons Chronicle), a famous duo, will play the magician Rience, while Kevin Doyle (Downton Abbey) will be Ba’lian, who is neither in the games nor in the books of The Witcher, which makes him one original character makes Netflix series. All information about the second season of The Witcher can be found in our article. From TheXsable, writing from MP