With the release of episode 4, season 2 of The Wheel of Time on Prime Video has reached its halfway point. The remaining 4 episodes promise a lot of excitement, as evidenced from previews as well as the latest cast additions to IMDb. Many of these were cast were previously reported, but never officially confirmed by production. Though the updates are likely in preparation for the release of each upcoming episode, IMDb information should always be taken with a grain of salt, as they can be subject to error.

Warning! Potential spoilers ahead for the rest of season 2!

First Appearing in Episode 2.05

Making their series debut in season 2, episode 5 are recurring roles: Dain Bornhald (Jay Duffy), Aviendha (Ayoola Smart), High Lord Turok (Daniel Francis), Yassica (Katie Leung), Renna (Xelia Mendes-Jones), Nyomi (Rachel Denning), Barthanes Damodred (Will Tudor), Ryma (Nyokabi Gethaiga), Basan (Bentley Kalu), and Turok’s Voice (Akie Kotabe). Other actors appearing in this episode include: Stablemaster (Laura Crowhurst), Seanchan Da’covale (Nirav Prajapati), Turok’s Guard #1 (Ephraim Goldin), Older Man (Stewart Kenneth Moore), Cantina Barkeep (Curtis Matthew), and Cook (Tony Herbert)

Additionally, Abdul Salis returns as Eamon Valda in this episode.

First Appearing in Episode 2.06

We currently don’t have any recurring roles making a debut in season 2, episode 6. However, making their season 2 returns are Sophie Okonedo as Siuan Sanche and Sandy McDade as Maigan.

First Appearing in Episode 2.07

Making their series debut in season 2, episode 7 are recurring roles: Bain (Ragga Ragnars), Chiad (Maja Simonsen), and Seta (Jade-Eleena Dregorius), and Mulaen (Lily Banda). Additionally, Vincent Kerschbaum appears as a Sun Palace Servant and famed actress Hayley Mills appears in an unknown role.

First Appearing in Episode 2.08

Appearing in the final episode of season 2 are: Amaresu (Hélène Tran), Whitecloak Sergeant (Mohamed Boussalem), Seanchan guards (Nasser El Guennouni and Said el Hamdi), and finally, Adrian Bouchet in an unknown role.

Returning from season 1 are Stuart Graham as Geofram Bornhald and Alexander Karim as Lews Therin Telamon.

Mystery Role

Notably, one previously reported actor who has not yet appeared in IMDb is Laia Costa. Costa is expected to appear in both seasons 2 and 3, and the role on her CV is stated to be “Magdalena.” Whether this is a code name or the name of her role is something that we shall have to watch to find out.

New Season 3 Actor

Finally, we have a casting scoop for one new actor for season 3, currently in production. Rob McLoughlin is an actor from Liverpool, England. He has been cast as the character of Jaq Lounalt.

Editorial Note

Season 2 of The Wheel of Time was released on September 1, 2023. The season will contain eight episodes in total written by Rafe JudkinsAmanda Kate ShumanJustine Juel Gillmer, Dave HillKatherine B McKennaRammy ParkJohn McCutcheonRohit Kumar, and Timothy Earle. WoTSeries.com is a news site by fans, for fans, and is not affiliated with any paid sponsors or brands. We stand in solidarity with SAG-AFTRA and the WGA and encourage donations to the Entertainment Community Fund to support those affected during the work stoppage.

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