Krypton Casts Six More Actors

Article information gathered by: Jay Christoph

Courtesy of Deadline and KryptonSite, information has been given to the public about the newest cast additions to the Superman prequel: Krypton, which will entail the story of Superman’s grandfather (Seg-El,) his peers and family members.

As noted last week, Cameron Cuffe was cast to play Seg-El; the leading male role of the show. It was released a few months prior to the news of Cuffe’s casting that Georgina Campbell had been cast to play Krypton’s leading female role:  Lyta Zod. For more information on these castings, be sure to visit the links below.

Krypton casts Cameron Cuffe as Jor-El’s Ancestor


Game of Thrones’

Game of Thrones’ Ian McElhinney has been cast as Val-El, grandfather of Seg-El, described as “a rogue genius who believes that space exploration is a basic form of self-defense.” He has tried, without success, to warn the Kryptonian elite about the arrival of an ancient threat.

Elliot Cowan (Da Vinci’s Demons) is Daron Vex, the Chief Magistrate of Kandor. His real business is defending Krypton’s established oligarchy against heretics and dissidents.

Ann Ogbomo (World War Z) will be Primus Alura Zod, described as Lyta Zod’s mother and a leader of Krypton’s military guild. She is an extremely tough and demanding training officer.

Rasmus Hardiker (Your Highness) plays the rankless Kem, described as “a brilliant engineer as well as Seg-El’s best friend and partner in an underground tech-repair business.”

The Royals’ Wallis Day will play Nyssa Vex, a junior magistrate and the daughter of Daron Vex.

Finally, Tennison’s Aaron Pierre is Dev-Em, a cadet under the command of Primus Alura Zod. (Courtesy of KryptonSite & Deadline)





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