CBS’s upcoming adaptation of Supergirl has cast British-Israeli actor Iddo Goldberg as Dr. T.O. Morrow, aka Red Tornado, Comicbook.Com has confirmed. Goldberg’s alter ego is described as “the most advanced android the world has ever seen. Show More Summary
There’s no shortage of superheroes on TV, and we don’t just mean the ones that topline their own shows. Nope, if you have a superhero show, it’s just an invitation to have more superheroes come and help save the day because that’s just the way it goes. Arrow welcomed Black Canary, The Flash ushered in […]
Twist? Tornado? Spinning? Never mind. Peaky Blinders and Salem star Iddo Goldberg has been cast as the superheroic android in the utterly fabulous-looking new Supergirl TV series, but not quite as DC fans will recognize him. Read more...
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CBS have revealed that the DC Comics superhero known as the 'Red Tornado' has been cast and will be appearing on an upcoming episode of "Supergirl." Actor Iddo Goldberg will portray the synthetic android who is created by a scientist, Dr. Show More Summary
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A short while back, CBS Supergirl made known its intent to feature DC android (as well both hero and villain) Red Tornado, and now the character at last has a face. Well, sort of. Salem star Iddo Goldberg will play the android’s creator T.O. Morrow (yeah, we know), and may also have a hand in playing the super-robot himself. Continue reading…
Israeli actor Iddo Goldberg has signed on to play T.O. Morrow, a.k.a. the Red Tornado in CBS' upcoming 'Supergirl' TV series.
Iddo Golberg will guest star as the DC Comics android superhero The post Red Tornado Heads to Supergirl appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Even though there are currently no plans for Supergirl to cross over with Arrow and The Flash, the upcoming CBS series isn?t leaving the Girl of Steel in a world without other DC superheroes. Now we know who will be playing Red Tornado in the series, though there is, of course, a twist. Click To Continue Reading
Iddo Goldberg has landed the role of Dr. T.O. Morrow, who creates the advanced android Red Tornado for the U.S. Army, on CBS' "Supergirl."
Reports indicate that Iddo Goldberg has been cast as Dr. T.O. Morrow, and the Red Tornado.
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