Sophia Brown joins the cast of Netflix’s prequel series ‘The Witcher: Blood Origin’
The world of “The Witcher” continues to develop.
Netflix’s prequel series “The Witcher: Blood Origin” has given Sophia Brown a role as Éile, a first class warrior who is honored with the voice of a goddess. She has left her tribe and position as a sovereign’s gatekeeper to rely on her heart as a nomadic musician. A grand reckoning on the Continent powers her to get back to the method of the cutting edge as she continued looking for vengeance and redemption.
Jodie Turner-Smith was initially cast in the role, yet she needed to leave the series in April because of scheduling clashes.
Set in an elven world 1,200 years before the world of “The Witcher,” the prequel series “Blood Origin” will recount a story lost to time, including the making of the first prototype Witcher and the events that lead to the pivotal Conjunction of the Spheres, when the universes of beasts, men and mythical beings converged to get one.
On Tuesday, “Blood Origin” likewise added “Crazy Rich Asians” and “Shang-Chi” star Michelle Yeoh to its cast as Scían, the absolute last of her nomadic tribe of sword mythical people. Additionally driving the cast is Laurence O’Fuarain as Fjall, who was naturally introduced to a family of heroes committed to protect a king.
Brown’s past credits incorporate the TV series “Girl/Haji,” “The Capture,” “Marcella,” “I Am,” “Clique” and the film “Disobedience.”
Declan de Barra will go about as executive producer and showrunner on “Blood Origin” with Lauren Schmidt Hissrich additionally filling in as a executive producer. Andrzej Sapkowski will fill in as inventive advisor on the series. Jason Brown and Sean Daniel from Hivemind, and Tomek Baginski and Jarek Sawko from Platige Films will all fill in as executive producers.