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Where You've Seen The Cast Of She-Hulk: Attorney At Law Before

Ever since the premiere of WandaVision in 2021, Marvel Studios has been increasingly focused on creating superhero TV series to coincide with their Phase 4 movies. "She-Hulk: Attorney at Law" is the third addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe's 2022 TV roster, following "Moon Knight" and "Ms. Marvel," which both premiered earlier in the year. The first episode of "She-Hulk" will be available on August 18 on Disney+, with the remaining eight episodes airing weekly. The series follows Tatiana Maslany's character Jennifer Walters, a lawyer who specializes in superhuman cases. She's presumably at least somewhat content with her life as a "normal, anonymous lawyer" until unexpected events give her superstrength on a scale comparable to that of her cousin Bruce Banner ... aka the Hulk.

Speaking to Deadline during San Diego Comic Con, "She-Hulk" showrunner Jessica Gao teased that, while the series is focused on telling Jennifer's story, it will also feature "a lot of cameos, and a lot of characters that have never existed in the MCU before that we're pulling out of the comic books" (via CBR). Gao also told the outlet that viewers can expect the series to really dig into its characters. There'll be emphasis on exploring who they are and what their regular lives are like, which is, as she says, something Marvel movies rarely have the time to do because of their focus on high-stakes events.

Alongside Maslany, the "She-Hulk" cast includes a "Baywatch" star, MCU fan-favorite actors, and a former pro wrestler. Keep reading for a full breakdown of the cast and where you might have seen them before.

Tatiana Maslany

Canadian actor Tatiana Maslany plays the titular character Jennifer Walters, aka She-Hulk. She's a lawyer at Goodman, Lieber, Kurtzburg, and Holliway (GLK&H) — a firm straight out of the comics — who specializes in cases involving superhumans. However, her life is thrown into chaos when she receives superhuman powers herself. Unlike other characters that viewers have seen become heroes in Disney+ shows like Kamala Khan and Kate Bishop, Jennifer has no interest in becoming a hero. Speaking to Empire about the character, Maslany said, "She really is the antithesis of most superhero narratives ... There's this great element of denial in her that's relatable. For me, it was about rejecting what's happened for as long as I could, as that's what causes the fun tension between Jennifer and She-Hulk."

After watching the explosive "She-Hulk: Attorney at Law" trailer, viewers might find themselves wondering where they've seen this new Marvel star before. Well, Maslany is best known for her award-winning role in "Orphan Black," a sci-fi-thriller focused on a woman named Sarah Manning who discovers she is one of several identical clones — all played by Maslany in a demonstration of elite-level acting range — living disconnected lives on various parts of the globe. Prior to starring in "Orphan Black," Maslany had a small role in the Canadian family comedy-drama series "Heartland," recurring in the show as Kit Bailey from 2008 to 2010. The "She-Hulk" star has also appeared in a couple of notable feature film roles. For instance, you might recognize her as Lily, a supporting character in the Channing Tatum and Rachel McAdams-led romantic drama "The Vow."

Ginger Gonzaga

Ginger Gonzaga has joined the cast of "She-Hulk: Attorney at Law" as Jennifer Walter's best friend and confidante Nikki Ramos. She announced that she joined the series in November 2021 when she shared some behind-the-scenes shots on Instagram. She wrote "no spoilers, but I play baby groot's sister!!!!!" in the caption, but since Marvel Studios has confirmed that she's playing Nikki, we're pretty sure that was a joke. Like Jennifer, Nikki is also an attorney at GLK&H. The actor and comedian gushed about working with her co-star and admitted how proud she feels about being part of the MCU. "[It's] the best. Being in the Marvel world is a whole, you know, your imagination gets to run wild," she said in an interview with Bell Media.

As for where you might have seen Gonzaga before, the actor has a varied filmography full of unique film and TV roles. She's probably best known for starring in "Kidding" alongside Jim Carrey in 2018. The pair hit it off and started dating. He even took her to the Golden Globes for their first date before they called it quits in October 2019. The former couple previously worked on Showtime's comedy-drama series "I'm Dying Up Here," which Carrey executive produced. Gonzaga's other notable roles include playing Gina in 2012's "Ted" and Emma in the "Lost" parody sitcom "Wrecked."

Jameela Jamil

If you've watched a lot of British television in the late 2000s and early 2010s, you might remember English actor Jameela Jamil as the presenter Channel 4's "Freshly Squeezed" and other programs. By 2016, the actor had moved to LA and transitioned out of hosting shows and into acting full time. The first major role she bagged in LA was NBC's fantasy comedy series, "The Good Place," which she starred in alongside Kristen Bell, Ted Danson, William Jackson Harper, D'Arcy Carden, and Manny Jacinto.

While she started making a name for herself as a Hollywood actor, Jamil also focused on her social media presence and activism as an eating disorder recovery and body positivity advocate. After years of opening up online — on both her personal platforms and popular podcast "I Weigh" — Jamil was named one of the 25 most influential people on the Internet by Time in 2019. In the same year, she played Cleopatra in Caitlin Moran's feminist comedy "How to Build a Girl."

Playing the antagonist Titania in "She-Hulk: Attorney at Law" is one of Jamil's biggest roles to date. What's been extra special about it for Jamil is that it's a completely new take on the comic book character. "We're telling a brand-new version of Titania, concocted in Jessica Gao's brain. It's very modern and fresh and silly and funny, but still with the throughline of Titania's insecurity being at the core of all of her issues with She-Hulk," Jamil revealed to Screen Rant.

Mark Ruffalo

Marvel star Mark Ruffalo reprises his role as the Hulk in "She-Hulk: Attorney at Law," which will be his first TV appearance as the Marvel character. The show's trailer teases scenes of him helping his cousin Jennifer come to grips with her new abilities. Viewers can also expect the Hulk to help get She-Hulk into fighting shape, as Titania won't be pulling her punches. Ruffalo has been unusually tight-lipped about his role in the run up to the series, especially given his long history of divulging MCU spoilers. However, he did share a few teasers at San Diego Comic Con, saying, "This is a radical, revolutionary show. It has this tongue-in-cheek, self-referential thing going on" (via ET).

Ruffalo has, of course, racked up plenty of credits outside of his MCU role. Earlier in his career, Ruffalo made a name for himself starring in certified rom-com hits "Just Like Heaven" opposite Reese Witherspoon and "Rumor Has It..." with Jennifer Aniston. He then diversified his portfolio, appearing in the crime films "Reservation Road" and director David Fincher's "Zodiac." Soon, he followed those parts up with a role alongside Leonardo DiCaprio in Martin Scorsese's "Shutter Island." Then, around the same time he began his tenure in the MCU, he earned an Oscar nomination for his work on "Spotlight" and took on the role of former FBI agent Dylan Rhodes in the "Now You See Me" franchise.

Tim Roth

It's certainly been a minute since old rivals the Hulk and the Abomination have crossed paths in the MCU, but it looks like they might resume their mythic feud in "She-Hulk: Attorney at Law." Tim Roth finally returned to the MCU in "Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings" more than a decade after he first appeared as Emil Blonsky, aka Abomination, in "The Incredible Hulk." His cameo in "Shang-Chi" was a welcome reappearance, although it was rather brief. It seems like he's going to have a bigger part and maybe even an actual story arc in "She-Hulk." Marvel fans will have to wait to watch the series to see exactly what's in store for Roth's character, although the trailers indicate that he's one of Jennifer Walters' clients. Perhaps she's responsible for getting him out of his maximum-security prison?

In an interview with Uproxx, Roth admitted he was totally shocked Kevin Feige asked him to return, admitting that he really only did "The Incredible Hulk" movie for his kids. However, he took no convincing to get back on board and offered the studio boss an immediate "yes." Outside of his role as a Marvel supervillain, you might know Roth from his BAFTA award-winning role as Archibald Cunningham in "Rob Roy." Any Quentin Tarantino fan will instantly recognize Roth, as he's been a frequent collaborator with the famed director, appearing in the films "Reservoir Dogs," "Pulp Fiction," "Four Rooms," and "The Hateful Eight." Taking a dip into prestige television, Roth starred in the British series "Tin Star" from 2017 to 2020 and appears in "Twin Peaks: The Return" in a supporting role alongside Jennifer Jason Leigh as a husband-wife duo of ruthless assassins. 

Benedict Wong

"Doctor Strange" star Benedict Wong is reprising his role as Wong, aka the Sorcerer Supreme. This is the actor's fourth live-action Phase 4 project after "Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings" and "Spider-Man: No Way Home" in 2021, and "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness" in 2022. So it looks like it's all coming up Wong in the MCU, at least according to the actor, who says it's his character's time to shine. "I call it Phase Wong. It's a nice, interesting shift. Wong has taken on a new role," he told Empire (via SlashFilm).

As for how Wong actually ties in to "She-Hulk: Attorney at Law," there's actually one clear link Marvel fans will have probably already picked up on. The Master of the Mystic Arts previously encountered Emil Blonsky as Abomination in an underground fight in "Shang-Chi," with the pair leaving together afterward. Their appearance in "She-Hulk" seems to coincide with these events and should hopefully reveal their reasons for participating in Xialing's fight club and explain what happened afterward.

Before he was a Marvel staple, the British actor racked up a variety of film and TV credits. Outside of playing Wong, he's best known as Kublai Khan from Netflix's "Marco Polo," which he starred in from 2014 to 2016. Viewers might also remember seeing him alongside the likes of Matt Damon and Jessica Chastain in the 2015 award-winning feature film "The Martian."

Josh Segarra

We're not 100% certain about this one, so don't get mad at us if it turns out he's somebody else, but it looks like onetime "Arrow" actor Josh Segarra plays Augustus "Pug" Pugliese in "She-Hulk: Attorney at Law." In the comics, Pug is a GLK&H lawyer and close friend of Jennifer Walters; the show's official trailer cuts to a quick shot of Segarra during Jennifer's voiceover about her "great friends." Segarra confirmed that he had joined the "She-Hulk" cast back in December 2021 when he posted a snap of the series' title on Instagram, writing that he "can't wait" alongside it.

While this is Segarra's first Marvel role, DC fans will recognize the Florida-born star from his role in the foundational series of DC's Arrowverse. Segarra played the villain Adrian Chase, aka Prometheus, who plagues Stephen Amell's Oliver Queen in "Arrow" Season 5. Even with multiple roles in big superhero franchises, Segarra hasn't been typecast; he's got a varied and well-rounded filmography. You might remember him as Justin Voight, the son of Jason Beghe's character Hank Voight on "Chicago P.D."

Segarra has also had a couple of other prominent recurring roles where you might have spotted him before. He played Stefanovic in Season 6 and 7 of "Orange is the New Black," and later played NYPD officer Matteo Lopez in the short-lived "Riverdale" spinoff "Katy Keene" in 2020. Earlier the same year, Segarra played RuPaul's love interest in "AJ and the Queen." Speaking to Gay Times after the series premiered, Segarra admitted, "I was nervous to kiss RuPaul — that's Mama Ru right there! I wanted to be respectful, but I also wanted to impress him."

Renée Elise Goldsberry

Theater fans might know Renée Elise Goldsberry best as Angelica Schuyler from "Hamilton." She originated the Broadway character and played her in the live-recorded version, which has found a permanent home on Disney+. Goldsberry won the 2016 Tony Award for best featured actress in a musical for the part. "Hamilton" isn't her only notable theater credit, either; she's also played Nettie Harris in the original Broadway cast of The Color Purple, and Mimi Marquez in Rent.

However, if you're not a theater fan, you might still recognize Goldsberry from her many TV credits in shows like "The Good Wife," "Girls5eva" "Altered Carbon," and "One Life to Live." You may have also spotted her with Marvel alum Andrew Garfield in "Tick, Tick... Boom!" Along with a handful of other Broadway mainstays, she has a cameo in the film's "Sunday" musical sequence.

Goldsberry plays Mallory Book in "She-Hulk: Attorney at Law." In the comics, Mallory is a colleague and rival to Jennifer Walters at GLK&H. Whether we'll be seeing a version of Mallory similar to what appears in ink, or a mostly new character created by Jessica Gao remains to be seen. Either way, the actor is thrilled to be a part of the series. "It's something that you think you knew, which was law shows, and something that you think you know, which is Marvel shows, smashed together," Goldsberry gushed in the "She-Hulk" featurette.

Griffin Matthews

"The Flight Attendant" star Griffin Matthews has been cast in an undisclosed role in "She-Hulk: Attorney at Law." While Marvel might be keeping quiet about what character he's playing, IMDb has him credited for eight of the series' nine episodes. That might not prove that Matthews is playing an important character, but it certainly doesn't indicate that he's playing an unimportant character. 

Even without knowing who he's playing, "The Flight Attendant" viewers will instantly spot this Carnegie Mellon drama grad right away. Matthews is best known for playing Shane Evans in the comedic thriller starring Kaley Cuoco. In the series, Matthews plays into the humorous duality of his character, who's a fun flight attendant on one hand, and a serious FBI agent on the other. "I loved Shane as soon as I read the role. He was complicated. He was gay. He was specific. He had secrets. And the opportunity to tackle Shane and this murder mystery alongside an incredible cast felt like a once in a lifetime opportunity," he explained to EUPHORIA.

Matthews told the outlet that 2020 ended up being a big step in his career, with "The Flight Attendant" undoubtedly being his steppingstone to Marvel. Prior to starring in the thriller, the actor played smaller TV parts like D'Unte in Netflix's comedy-drama "Dear White People," Lavar in "Ballers," and Leslie Connolly in "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit."

Steve Coulter

Actor Steve Coulter plays Holden Holliway, one of the named partners and Jennifer Walters' boss at GLK&H. Holden is responsible for starting the firm's superhuman law division, and in the trailer, he tells Jennifer he wants her to be the face of it. "I'm the guy who hires her and has to put up with all her hijinks," he joked on the "Rob and Slim" podcast.

Coulter has had an impressive, varied career prior to working on the Marvel series, but he admitted on the podcast that he almost gave it all up in the mid-'90s after getting a disappointing part in "A Time to Kill" alongside Matthew McConaughey and Sandra Bullock, which he initially thought would be his big break. However, it turned out to be just the opposite. "I had no lines, and I was kind of like the highest paid extra ... I was miserable," he revealed on the aforementioned podcast.

Thankfully, Coulter stuck with acting. Today, you might recognize him from his TV roles which include shows like "The Walking Dead," "House of Cards," and "Yellowstone."

Drew Matthews

We haven't confirmed this for a 100% fact — so if this turns out to be false, remember we told you we weren't sure — but we're going to venture an educated guess that Drew Matthews portrays the comic book character Dennis "Buck" Bukowski in "She-Hulk: Attorney at Law." One of the production stills Marvel Studios released in July shows a character who looks like both Matthews and Buck, who is an assistant district attorney in the comics, sitting in the courtroom behind a slightly disheveled Jennifer Walters.

If you're wondering why the actor in the still looks familiar, it's possible you've seen him before in "Lodge 49." Matthews appeared in six episodes of the comedy-drama, which was inspired by Thomas Pynchon's novella "The Crying of Lot 49" from 2018 to 2019. He's also had several supporting or guest roles in popular TV shows that viewers might recognize him from. Notably, Matthews played VP Aide Kyle in the "Homeland" episode "Clarity." He also guest starred in an episode of "The Resident" and has appeared in "Bluff City Law" and "House of Cards."

Matthew's biggest movie role to date was playing Beanzie, a bartender at Shorty's bar in the 2016 romantic dramedy "Mother's Day." The film featured a large ensemble cast that included Jennifer Aniston, Julia Roberts, Kate Hudson, Jason Sudeikis, and Timothy Olyphant.

Jon Bass

Jon Bass was one of the last actors to confirm he'd joined the cast of Marvel's "She-Hulk: Attorney at Law." In May 2022, the actor shared a teaser image of the series on Instagram. In it, Tatiana Maslany's She-Hulk is wearing heels and holding a briefcase, presumably on her way to the courthouse. Alongside the image, Bass quipped, "I know what you're thinking... Are those heels made out of Vibranium?" before announcing the show's August release date. The name of Bass' character is yet to be disclosed, but the end of the trailer reveals he's one of the guys that Jennifer dates (as She-Hulk). Unfortunately, from what we can tell, the date doesn't appear to go well, as Bass is only credited with one episode of the series.

Bass has been acting since 2012, appearing in films like "Ratter" and "Jane Wants a Boyfriend," but it wasn't until 2017 that he bagged his international breakout role. The actor played trainee lifeguard Ronnie Greenbaum in "Baywatch" — the action-comedy, which also starred Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Zac Efron, Alexandra Daddario, Kelly Rohrbach, Ilfenesh Hadera, and Priyanka Chopra. Since then, he's appeared in a string of feature films, with his next most notable credit being in the ensemble romantic comedy "Dog Days." He played dog-lover Garrett, who connects with Vanessa Hudgens' character Tara. Nina Dobrev, Michael Cassidy, Tone Bell, Eva Longoria, Rob Corddry, Ron Cephas Jones, and Finn Wolfhard starred alongside Bass and Hudgens.

David Otunga

Actor, lawyer, and former WWE star David Otunga announced he'd be guest starring in "She-Hulk: Attorney at Law" as another one of Jennifer's dates via Twitter. In the trailer, he can be seen flexing his arms on his date with Jennifer, which she seems less than pleased about. Responding to the scene, Otunga said, "I had to show off my biceps for #SheHulk ... I couldn't help it!" He added: "I can't wait for you all to see it!"

Otunga bagged a few small film and TV roles between 2007 and 2013, but it wasn't until 2016 when he played Tiny in the film "What Happened Last Night," that he started acting regularly. He went on to appear in episodes of shows like "Criminal Minds." Viewers might also recognize him as Will from the Tyler Perry comedy "A Madea Family Funeral."

However, Otunga is best known for his career as a professional wrestler. He made his debut in 2009, under the ring name Dawson Alexander, though he eventually began using his real name. As a member of the heel faction the Nexus, Otunga tangled with John Cena, who has since gone onto his own superhero media notoriety as the star of HBO Max's "Peacemaker."

Michael Curiel

The restaurant shots from the "She-Hulk" trailer implies that all of Jennifer-slash-She-Hulk's dates go badly until the very last guy she meets, played by Michael Curiel. According to IMDb, his name is Arthur.

The Dominican-born actor has a military background, which is often reflected in the roles he plays. In 2014, Curiel played a militia soldier in "Matador." In 2019 he played a smuggler in "MacGyver." The following year, he guest-starred in "The Walking Dead: World Beyond," playing Private Owens.

However, his most notable TV part to date is playing Jamal in "Delilah." His role in the series, which is executive produced by Oprah Winfrey's Harpo Films, marked a change from playing military characters. Viewers will have to wait to see if the same can be said of his role in "She-Hulk," though he does appear to have romantic promise as he and Tatiana Maslany's character wind up going home together.

Charlie Cox

"She-Hulk: Attorney at Law" has Marvel characters aplenty — from Bruce Banner to Wong to Emil Blonsky, and now Matt Murdock himself. This highly anticipated appearance marks Cox's second MCU Phase 4 crossover after he briefly appeared in "Spider-Man: No Way Home" at the end of 2021. Speaking to Collider, showrunner Jessica Gao explained how it came about, saying she actually thought Marvel Studios was pulling a prank on her. "We just kept writing him in, and we kept rolling with the story just thinking like, 'Okay, any moment now they're going to tell us we can't use [him]' ... But it just kept [becoming] more and more real. And it was so hard to keep that secret," she said. Details surrounding Cox's return are still being kept under wraps but given that he's getting IMDb credit for all nine episodes, it wouldn't be too much to assume that viewers will get to see him do a fair amount of his Daredevil thing.

Outside of the MCU, Cox is best known for his role in 2007's "Stardust" — the movie adaptation of Neil Gaiman's book of the same name opposite Claire Danes. The British actor then notably played Owen Sleater in "Boardwalk Empire" before taking on the role of Jonathan Hellyer Jones in 2014's "The Theory of Everything." The following year, Cox bagged his biggest role to date — and made his Marvel debut — playing Matt Murdock in "Daredevil," which was a Netflix series at the time, and subsequently led to a main role in the miniseries "Defenders" alongside Krysten Ritter and Mike Colter.

Nicholas Cirillo

Nicholas Cirillo has also joined the cast of "She-Hulk: Attorney at Law." Details about his character and role in the series are yet to be disclosed, and it's difficult to speculate too much with Jessica Gao drawing on a range of material to create her characters. It's certainly possible that he's another one of Jennifer — or She-Hulk's — dates, as she meets a carousel of men on a dating app, many of whom have yet to be revealed. Maybe he's a young lawyer at GLK&H, or something completely unexpected. Viewers will have to tune into the series to find out.

While Cirilo doesn't have an endlessly long filmography yet, he's scored parts in a few notable TV shows. He's best known for playing Barry in Netflix's action-adventure mysteries series "Outer Banks" and Jennings in the comedy-drama "Teenage Bounty Hunters." Prior to nabbing these roles, Cirillo had a cameo as an unnamed teenager in Season 3 of "Stranger Things," and played Luke in one episode of "The Act." Lately he's gravitated toward film roles, appearing as Gio Mancini in "Good Egg" and Petey in "Ida Red."