Ryan Hurst is most likely most popular for his role in Sons of Anarchy, where he played fan-favorite Opie. Fans of The Walking Dead know him as the alarming Beta who was second in command of the Whisperers. Then, Hurst will play a character named Milligan in the Disney+ series The Mysterious Benedict Society.
Today, June 25, is the two-episode premiere of the series on Disney+. The Mysterious Benedict Society is an adaptation of the young adult book series wrote by Trenton Lee Stewart. The book series has sold more than 3 million copies in the US.
The story follows four gifted children whose common bond is that they are orphans or are undesirable by their parents. They meet a man, Mr. Benedict (Tony Hale), whose twin brother Ledroptha Curtain (additionally played by Hale), wants to take over the world by programming. Benedict enrolls the assistance of the four children, Reynie Muldoon (Mystic Inscho), George “Sticky” Washington (Seth Carr), Kate Wetherall (Emmy DeOliveira) and Constance Contraire (Marta Timofeeva), who will use their special abilities to help stop Curtain.
Hurst will play Milligan, a former agent of the government who serves as a protector for the children, Mr. Benedict and his colleagues. Milligan is portrayed as a scarecrow because of his shabby appearance and depressing demeanor. Maame Yaa Boafo and Kristen Schaal play Benedict’s partners Rhonda and Number Two, respectively.
You can likewise see Hurst in action in the Amazon Prime series Paradise City. The series follows a controversial rock band with connections to the mysterious. Additionally featuring Bella Thorne, Cameron Boyce, Drea de Matteo and Hurst’s fellow SOA actor Mark Boone Junior.
It is always exciting to see TWD Family cast members in new projects. Make certain to get Ryan Hurst in The Mysterious Benedict Society on Disney+ and Paradise City on Amazon Prime.
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