Comic-Con was brimming with declarations for The Walking Dead universe. The Walking Dead World Beyond reported its debut date of October 3, uncovered the first-look clip, and elevated new cast individuals to series regulars. One of those characters is Dr. Leopold Bennett, who Joe Holt plays.
Leo is the adoptive father of Hope and Iris. He took in Felix when his dad shows him out subsequent to finding his son was gay. He was a former leader of the Campus Colony who was moved to a research facility in New York as he is known as the “smartest man alive.” His achievement in fostering a solution for the virus has made him a person of interest to the CRM. The dread currently is that his life is in peril because of the strange group.
Season 2 will demonstrate fascinating for Leo and his family as increasingly more is found about the CRM. In the first look clip that was broadcasted at Comic-Con, we discovered that Will, a previous individual from Leo’s security team, has gotten away from the CRM and guaranteed Iris and Felix that Leo is as yet alive.
Joe Holt is an American actor born in Tachikawa, Tokyo, Japan. He is a graduate of The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a BA in English Literature. Holt’s acting began in the late 90s, and he hasn’t halted since. Other than actor, he likewise has credits as a producer, director and author.
He depicted Dr. Gordo on As the World Turns in 2003. Then, at that point he continued on to Law & Order, Law & Order: Criminal Intent and Law & Order: Trial by Jury. He played Pistachio/Stash in Prison Break and Rod in Vicariously. His list of visitor star roles is broad and incorporates The Punisher, The Blacklist, Gray’s Anatomy, The Good Wife, Limitless and NCSI: New Orleans.
He has likewise featured in Scandal and all the more recently, he stars in Deliah, where he plays Mace Cunningham, one of Deliah’s good friends.
In June, he shared a post on his IG page where he discusses this final day of shooting for World Beyond.
The Walking Dead: World Beyond gets back to AMC on October 3.
Season one of World Beyond is presently accessible on Blu-ray and DVD.
On the off chance that you missed the TWDU panels at Comic-Con@home, they will be accessible on AMC+ on Thursday, July 29, in a dedicated AMC+ Fan Experience collection, alongside memorable sessions from earlier years.
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