Invincible Cast & Character Guide

Amazon Prime Videos Invincible has started, and here are the actors and characters in the cast of the animated television show. Invincible was created by Robert Kirkman and Cory Walker and closed in 2018 after 144 issues were published. Shortly after the final issue hit comic book shelves, it was announced that Amazon was adapting the story as an adult animated series. The new series is separate from the Invincible live-action film that Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg are developing.

Invincible follows the story of a teenager named Mark Grayson, who is the son of Earth’s most powerful superhero, Omni-Man, an alien from the planet Viltrum. Mark’s life changes near his eighteenth birthday when he finally gains similar super powers as his father. Soon known as Invincible, he helps Omni-Man protect the earth. He also joins the teen team superhero team. However, at the beginning of his superhero career, Mark needs to find the balance between his normal life and the superhero life. This is easier said than done because they are so intertwined.

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Amazon’s Invincible series is known for its surprising and unconventional story, great characters, and high levels of violence. It is a largely faithful adaptation of the comics. This involves creating a rich world full of different characters quickly. Some of them will be main characters in Invincible, while others won’t be set up for a much bigger story until the eight episode season one. Regardless of which description best fits each character, this is where you can find the actors and characters in Amazon Invincible.

Steven Yeun as Mark Grayson aka Invincible

Steven Yeun plays the lead role of Mark Grayson aka Invincible in Invincible. Yeun is best known for his role as Glenn on the television series The Walking Dead. He recently received an Oscar nomination for his work in Minari. Yeun’s voice can also be heard in animated shows like 3Below: Tales of Arcadia, Voltron: Legendary Defender, and Trillhunters: Tales of Arcadia.

JK Simmons as Nolan Grayson aka Omni-Man

JK Simmons is the voice of Nolan Grayson aka Omni-Man. Simmons is best known for his role as J. Jonah Jameson in Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man trilogy and the new take on Spider-Man: Far From Home. He also won Best Supporting Actor for Whiplash and appeared in other properties like Zack Snyder’s Justice League and La La Land. Simmons’ voice-only work includes BoJack Horseman and The Legend of Korra.

Sandra Oh as Debbie Grayson

Sandra Oh provides the voice of Mark’s sweet and caring mom, Debbie Grayson, in Invincible. The actress is best known for her role as Dr. Cristina Yan in Grey’s Anatomy and her most recent role in Killing Eve. Sandra Oh’s voice can also be heard in Raya and the Last Dragon and She-Ra and the Princesses of Power.

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Zazie Beetz as Amber Bennett

Zazie Beetz is Amber Bennett’s voice in Invincible. Amber is one of the main love interests in the comics for Mark. Beetz is best known for her roles as Van in the hit FX series Atlanta and as Domino in Deadpool 2. Her other credits include appearances on Joker and The Twilight Zone.

Gillian Jacobs as Atom Eve

Gillian Jacobs plays Atom Eve, another love interest for Mark and a member of the teen team who can manipulate the state of atoms. Jacobs is best known for her role as Britta Perry in Community. Her most recent credits include Disney + Magic Camp, The Twilight Zone, and a guest appearance on Rick and Morty.

Jason Mantzoukas as Rex Splode

Jason Mantzoukas plays Rex Splode, a rival to Marks and other teen team members who can use energy to accelerate molecules to make them explode. Mantzoukas has appeared in many of the greatest television comedies in recent years, including The Good Place, Parks and Recreation, and Brooklyn Nine-Nine. He has also voted for Big Mouth and DuckTales.

Zachary Quinto as a robot

Zachary Quinto plays Robot in Invincible, with his character serving as the leader of the teen team. Quinto is best known for his roles as Sylar in Heroes and as Spock in JJ Abrams’ Star Trek films. He also recently had roles in The Boys in the Band, NOS4A2 and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. Quinto also voiced Aiden in Big Mouth and Lex Luthor in Superman: Man of Tomorrow.

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Guardian of the Globe Characters

Ross Marquand as The Immortal & Aquarus – Marquand is best known for his role as Aaron in The Walking Dead, as well as for the utterance of Red Skull in Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame. He plays the leader of the Guardians of the Globe and the Superman parody The Immortal and the Ruler of the Seas, Aquarus, in Invincible.

Lauren Cohan as a war woman – Cohan is best known for her role as Maggie in The Walking Dead and has also appeared in The Boy, Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice, Mile 22 and Whiskey Cavalier. She plays the mighty warrior of the Guardians of the Globe, War Woman.

Sonequa Martin-Green as a green spirit – Sonequa Martin-Green is best known for her role as Sasha in The Walking Dead and plays the density-shifting member Green Ghost of the Guardians of the Globe. She is also the star of Star Trek: Discovery and has appeared on New Girl and Once Upon A Time.

Lennie James as Darkwing – James is best known as Morgan from The Walking Dead and Fear the Walking Dead. He plays the Guardians of the Globe’s Batman parody, Darkwing, in Invincible.

Michael Cudlitz as Red Rush – Cudlitz is best known for his role as Abraham in The Walking Dead, and he has also appeared in Southland and Clarice. He addresses the Guardians of the Globe runabout Red Rush.

Chad L. Coleman as a Martian – Coleman is best known for his role as Tyreese in The Walking Dead and roles in All American, The Expanse and The Orville. He plays the shape-shifting green alien Martian Man of the Guardians of the Globe.

Invincible supporting characters

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Mark Hamill as Art Rosenbaum, creator of the superhero suit – Best known as Luke Skywalker in the Star Wars franchise, Hamill also voiced The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance and frequently speaks Joker in DC animation projects.

Walton Goggins as Cecil Stedman, Director of the Global Defense Agency – Goggins previously appeared in Justified, The Hateful Eight, and Ant-Man and The Wasp.

Kevin Michael Richardson as The Mauler Twins – Richardson is a prolific voice actor who has appeared in Teen Titans Go !, Young Justice, Lilo & Stitch, and American Dad! Can be heard.

Seth Rogen as Allen the Extra-Terrestrial – Rogan is best known for comedies such as Pineapple Express, This Is the End, and the Neighbors franchise, as well as roles in Steve Jobs, Sausage Party, and The Lion King.

Clancy Brown as Damien Darkblood, a demon detective – Brown’s voice is best known as Mr. Krabs in SpongeBob SquarePants, but he’s also featured in Thor: Ragnarok, Star Wars Rebels, and Star Wars: The Clone Wars.

Mahershala Ali as Titan, the rocky villain – The two-time Oscar winner received his awards from appearances on Moonlight and Green Book. Ali also starred in House of Cards, Luke Cage, and True Detective Season 3.

Andrew Rannells as William Clockwell, Mark’s best friend – Rannells previously appeared in Big Mouth, The Boys in the Band, Girls and A Simple Favor.

Gray Griffin as Monster Girl – Griffin is best known for her voice work as Catwoman in several DC video games, Daphne in Scooby-Doo and Guess Who? And Paradise PD.

Chris Diamantopoulos as government agent Donald Ferguson and villain Doc Seismic – Diamantopoulos appeared in Silicon Valley as Russ Hanneman and also played roles in DuckTales and Blood of Zeus.

Melise as Dupli-Kate – Melisa, also known as Malese Jow, has appeared in Big Time Rush, The Flash, and The Shannara Chronicles.

Khary Payton as black Samson – Payton is best known as Ezekiel in The Walking Dead and has voiced Cyborg and others in Teen Titans Go !, as well as Aqualad and others in Young Justice.

Max Burkholder as Oliver Grayson, Mark’s brother – Burkholder has previously appeared in Parenthood, Daddy Day Care and The Purge.

Michael Dorn as Battle Beast – Dorn is best known for his role as the Village on the Star Trek franchise, but his voices include Arrow and The Lion Guard.

Jonathan Groff as Rick Sheridan, Mark’s college friend – Groff recently starred in Hamilton as King George and is best known for his roles in Mindhunter, the Frozen franchise, and Glee.

Jon Hamm as Steve – Hamm is best known as Mad Men’s Don Draper and also appears in Baby Driver, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, and Tag.

Ezra Miller as DA Sinclair – Miller currently plays Flash in the DC Extended Universe and has had roles in The Perks of Being a Wallflower and the Fantastic Beasts franchise.

Djimon Hounsou as Mars emperor – Hounsou is part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe as Korath and also appeared in Shazam !, Furious 7, Gladiator, and voiced the villain in How to Train Your Dragon 2.

Nicole Byer as Vanessa & Fiona – Byer is best known for Nailed It! and other competitive shows as well as character tuning in Tuce & Bertie and playing in * Loosely Exactly Nicole.

Mae Whitman as Connie – Whitman currently plays in Good Girls and can be seen in Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, The DUFF and Arrested Development.

Jeffrey Donovan as Machine Head, a crime boss – Donovan recently appeared in Lucy in Heaven, Sicario: Day of the Soldado and Fargo.

Fred Tatasciore as Kill Canon, a villain with a huge canon – Tatasciore’s voice has appeared in hundreds of films and TV shows including Kid Cosmic, The Loud House, Fast & Furious Spy Racers, and several Marvel animated TV shows.

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