‘The Mandalorian’ Season 3 sees DC icon, ‘Doctor Who,’ and ‘Game of Thrones’ add another franchise to their collection
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The Mandalorian the season three premiere was screened by several of your old favorites, obviously including Din Djarin (Pedro Pascal) and Grogu, but also guest star Greef Karga (Carl Weathers). At the same time, however, it added some new characters to the mix, including a new thorn in Mando’s side and his lovable charge who will no doubt continue to cause trouble as he goes. the season ahead. Namely, the pirate king Gorian Shard.
Aside from wondering why he looks so much like DC’s Swamp Thing, the other pressing question viewers may have about Shard is who voices him. The answer is that it is Nonso Anozie, a favorite of a less popular genre who entered the Star wars Saga is just the latest love universe that the actor has joined, continuing from roles in Game of Thrones, Doctor Whoand the DC franchise.
British actor Anozie can be seen in movies like Conan the Bard, Jack Ryan: Shadow shelterand Cinderella, but he’s probably best known for his prolific TV work. In 2012, he appeared in five episodes of Game of Thrones season two as Xaro Xhoan Daxos before voicing Hydroflax later in 2015 Doctor Who A special Christmas. In 2022, he also introduced the voice of the Wyvern The Sandman. Perhaps his most famous turn on the screen, however, is as Tommy Jepperd in Netflix’s Sweet Tooth.
There aren’t many actors out there who can tick off so many sci-fi and fantasy franchises on the same resume. All Anozie needs is to get some kind of part in the Marvel and Star Trek universe and would essentially have a complete set.
The Mandalorian season three continues Wednesday on Disney Plus.