Star Trek: Prodigy reveals voice cast, first look at characters to join Janeway


Paramount + has revealed other members of the voice cast – and a first look at the characters they will play – in the children’s animated series Star Trek: Prodigy.

The Premise: In the year 2383, after the events of Star Trek: Voyager, a motley team of teenage aliens must learn to work together to use an abandoned ship and seek adventure in the Delta Quadrant. As previously announced, Voyager captain Kate Mulgrew is set to reprise her role as Kathryn Janeway, who will serve here as an emergency training hologram built into the spacecraft.

New to the voice cast of Star Trek: Prodigy are:

Jason Mantzoukas (Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Big Mouth) as 16-year-old Tellarite Jankom Pog. (The Tellarites are known to appreciate an argument, and Jankom is no different. Regardless of opinion, he will always play “devil’s advocate” for the sake of hearing all sides.)

Ella Purnell (Sweetbitter, Army of the Dead) as Gwyn, a 17-year-old Vau N’Akat who grew up on her father’s dark mining planet and grew up dreaming of exploring the stars.

Dee Bradley Baker (SpongeBob Squarepants, Star Wars: The Bad Batch) as Murf, whose age and species are unknown, but who is an endearing and indestructible drop with oddly good timing and an insatiable appetite for them. vessel parts.

Brett Gray (On My Block) as Dal, who at 17 and an unknown species thinks of himself as a maverick who, even in the most difficult of times, holds fast to his unshakeable hope.

Angus Imrie (The Crown, Kingdom) as Zero, who is a Medusan – aka a non-bodily, genderless, energy-based life form. Since the others would go mad at the sight of their real selves, Zero wears a containment suit they themselves made to protect others.

Rylee Alazraqui (Doug Unplugs, Summer Camp IsIand) as Rok-Tahk, a Brikar and an exceptionally bright 8-year-old girl. Rok is a bit shy, but not when it comes to his love for animals.

Produced by Nickelodeon Animation Studio and CBS Studios, Star Trek: Prodigy premieres in the United States later this year.

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