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Alan Tudyk cast as Mr. Nobody in DC Universe TV series 'Doom Patrol'
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Alan Tudyk cast as Mr. Nobody in DC Universe TV series ‘Doom Patrol’

Doom Patrol just found its villain.

Thanks to a report from Deadline, we’ve learned that DC Universe’s upcoming live-action series Doom Patrol has found its villain in the form of fan favorite Alan Tudyk.

Tudyk has been cast as Eric Morden, also known as Mr. Nobody, an insane criminal whose body is made up of living virtual reality and has the ability to drain the sanity from other humans.

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With the casting of Tudyk as Mr. Nobody, Doom Patrol is close to being fully fleshed out. Already cast characters include Robotman (Brendan Fraser), Negative Man (Dwain Murphy), Elasti-Woman (April Bowlby), Crazy Jane (Diane Guerrero), and Doom Patrol team leader Dr. Niles Caulder (Kelsey Grammer).

Doom Patrol follows a band of super-powered misfits through their strange adventures. The Doom Patrol will make their first appearance in DC Universe in the fifth episode of the live action series Titans.

DC Universe will launch on September 15 as a subscription streaming service at the price of $7.99 a month. The first series set to launch with the new streaming service is Titans, set to premiere on October 12.

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