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Morfydd Clark Teases The Second Age Character We May Meet In The Rings Of Power

"The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power" has already introduced viewers to some of the most powerful characters in Middle-earth history. Finrod, for example, is one of the most respected Elves to ever walk the lands and wage war against the forces of Morgoth and Sauron, and it's clear that his specter will loom large throughout the series.

However, while Finrod is great and all, he won't be a major part of the present-day storylines on "The Rings of Power." After all, it's already been established that he died in battle a very long time ago. The good news, though, is that another member of his bloodline could be making an appearance on "The Rings of Power" at some point.

Morfydd Clark — who plays Finrod's younger sister, Galadriel, on the Amazon series — was recently interviewed about the show. In addition to sharing hilarious "Rings of Power" swimming stories, the Welsh actress let slip some information about the possible mystery character.

Morfydd Clark teases the arrival of a character who's important to Galadriel on Rings of Power

Morfydd Clark was shocked when she found out she'd be playing Galadriel on "The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power." In fact, she originally thought that she'd been cast as someone else entirely, as she recalled during a recent interview with Variety.

"I knew that I was playing some sort of elf. I knew it was in the Second Age. Me and my sister were reading through it all, and I was thinking I was Celebrían, her daughter, because I don't think I could fathom that it would be Galadriel," Clark said, potentially giving away a massive spoiler about the show's future plans.

When asked about the possibility of Celebrian joining the fold down the line, the actress didn't exactly shut down the idea, either. "Galadriel's family is a big part of who she is. There's five seasons, and lots will be explored."