Irish actor Laurence O’Fuarain has a lead role in the new fantasy series The Witcher: Blood Origin, writes Deadline.
O’Fuarain, who previously had roles in, among others Vikings in Game of Thrones, gets under the skin of Fjall. He is born into a clan of warriors who have to protect a king, but in the meantime carries a deep scar. As a result, he cannot be at peace with himself and the world around him.
The Witcher: Blood Origin is a prequel to The Witcher and takes place twelve hundred years earlier. It was previously announced that Jodie Turner-Smith can also be seen in the fantasy series on Netflix.
The Witcher: Blood Origin is about the creation of the first ‘witcher’ and the events that lead to the amalgamation of the worlds of monsters, humans and elves.
The series is based on the fantasy books of the Polish writer Andrzej Sapkowski. Three games were also made, which collectively sold more than 33 million times.
Source site www.nu.nl