Actor Lou Taylor Pucci Cast in ‘Daredevil: Born Again’

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‘Daredevil: Born Again’ is one of the most talked-about upcoming MCU projects, partly due to the fan-fueled hype and partly due to its turbulent production that’s been plagued with everything from SAG-AFTRA strike to creative differences in what the showrunners wanted and what the studio wanted. 

Later it was announced that the new version of the show would be more akin to the continuation of the original Netflix series, with many actors reprising their roles. Carlie Cox will return to reprise his role as Daredevil, and D’Onofrio will reprise his role as Wilson Fisk/Kingpin. Jon Bernthal will portray Frank Castle, aka the Punisher. Margarita Levieva plays Heather Glenn, a love interest of Matt Murdock. Michael Gandolfini appears as Daniel Blade, while Sandrine Holt portrays Vanessa Fisk, Wilson Fisk’s wife. Nikki M. James takes on the role of Kirsten McDuffie, and Genneya Walton plays BB Urich, a young journalist. Clark Johnson is cast as Cherry, and Arty Froushan as Buck Cashman. Zabryna Guevara portrays Sheila Rivera. Deborah Ann Woll reprises her role as Karen Page, Murdock’s friend and partner. Elden Henson returns as Franklin “Foggy” Nelson, Murdock’s best friend and law partner.

Wilson Bethel portrays Benjamin “Dex” Poindexter, a psychopathic FBI agent skilled in using objects as lethal weapons. Jeremy Earl appears as Cole North, an officer of the NYPD and member of the Anti-Vigilante Task Force. Additionally, Michael Gaston, Marc Geller, and Harris Yulin have been cast in undisclosed roles.

Now one more name has appeared on the list, according to Deadline Actor Lou Taylor Pucci has been cast in an undisclosed role, set to join the rest of the crew working on ‘Born Again.’ It’s unknown whether his role will be one of the main roles or he will appear in only some episodes.

At the age of ten, Lou began acting in local productions, eventually performing as an understudy on Broadway at the age of twelve. His breakout roles include appearances in films such as ‘The Chumscrubber,’ ‘Thumbsucker,’ and ‘The Story of Luke,’ where he received recognition at prestigious film festivals. Throughout the late 2000s, he appeared in various indie films, including a leading role in the ‘Evil Dead’ remake. He also had notable roles in TV series like ‘Law & Order: Special Victims Unit’ and guest appearances on ‘You’ and ‘You’re the Worst.’

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