DC's Doom Patrol casts Game of Thrones and The Flash stars for season 3

Amy West
·2-min read

Doom Patrol has added The Flash's Micah Joe Parker and Game of Thrones' Sebastian Croft to the cast ahead of season 3.

Parker is set to play quiet and sensitive Malcolm, who is part of the Sisterhood of Dada and prefers to be invisible rather than face the harshness of the real world.

Elsewhere, Croft will portray Charles Rowland, a "affable, charming" member of the Dead Boy Detective Agency who remains haunted by his death from hypothermia back in 1989.

Photo credit: James Depietro Photography/Phil Sharp
Photo credit: James Depietro Photography/Phil Sharp

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Other new faces set to be seen when the superhero show returns include Teenage Bounty Hunters' Wynn Everett (playing seductive terrorist Shelley Byron), Cloak & Dagger's Miles Mussenden (as heavily tattooed Lloyd Jefferson), MacGyver's Anita Kalathara (as party girl Holly McKenzie) and Dynasty's Gina Hiraizumi (as "enigmatic germaphobe" Sachiko aka The Quiz).

Jack Reacher 2's Madalyn Horcher and Tolkien's Ty Tennant will guest star as formerly demonically possessed medium Crystal Palace and hellboy Edwin Payne, respectively.

Photo credit: DC Universe
Photo credit: DC Universe

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Based on the DC Comics' team of the same name created by Arnold Drake, Bob Haney and Bruno Premiani, Doom Patrol centres on an ever-expanding roster of downtrodden super-powered beings who have all been gifted their abilities through unique and tragic circumstances.

It is produced by Berlanti Productions in association with Warner Bros Television with Jeremy Carver, Geoff Johns, Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter, Chris Dingess and Tamara Becher-Wilkinson serving as executive producers.

Doom Patrol is available in the UK through Starz on Amazon Prime. US viewers can check out both seasons on HBO Max and the DC Universe app.

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