Sam Witwer Joins “Supergirl” for Season 4

Sam Witwer, who “Smallville” fans will remember as playing the role of Davis Bloom (who became a version of Doomsday on the series), has been added to the cast of “Supergirl” for Season 4.

Witwer will become a series regular playing the role of Agent Liberty, the founder and figurehead of the Children of Liberty – a hate group that supports a human-first world order. Ruthless and terrifying, the scariest thing about Agent Liberty might be just how easily he can convince you that he’s in the right. He’s a brilliant orator in the guise of a family man.

Season 4 of “Supergirl” will premiere on The CW on Sunday, October 14 at 8.00pm.

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Spidey2878
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I wonder how he wil portray his charter. Will he have a suit?
If I had to guess, probably. I’ll have to wait and see to find out.

Man-O-Steal
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Man-O-Steal

He was also in the American version of Being Human on the SyFy Channel.

Spidey2878
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Yes, I remember that as well. He played a vampire if I recall correctly. He also did the voice of Darth Maul, the emperor, and also another Dark Side charature from the clone wars. I think he was called the “son” in those episodes. I could be wrong though since its been a while. I’ll always remember him as Davis Bloom aka Doomsday from Smallville. I’m definitely looking forward to seeing what he brings to this character.

cor2879
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One of his most prominent roles was Galen Starkiller in Star Wars: The Force Unleashed.

Supergirl is just not that good to me anymore. In fact it’s probably my least favorite among the CW shows. And here we go with more tired political tropes for the next season. *yawn*

Spidey2878
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I did forget to mention his role as Galen Starkiller from the Star Wars: the force unleashed series. Thanks cor2879.I missed that one.

RobertAnthony
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And here we go with more tired political tropes for the next season. *yawn*

Cor…my sentiments exactly…The “S” may as well be “SJW!” Memo to the writers…the US election was NEARLY TWO YEARS AGO!

cor2879
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cor2879

Yeah not sure exactly when or why the change in direction took place but this last season all of the DC CW shows went SJW, though Supergirl was definitely the worst. Looks like we can expect more of the same this year.

Lana2k5
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Lana2k5

What is a superhero if not a ‘social justice warrior’? What’s so funny about truth, justice, and the American Way?

sundevil82
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sundevil82

if done right, politics mixed with superheroes can be compelling. Supergirl and Arrow do seem like the proper shows to have these types of topical issues in though. Green Arrow has always been a political character and the supergirl show had an opportunity to be a platform for certain issues and they’ve capitalized on it. It doesn’t bother me.

MattComics
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While I agree that superheroes are supposed to be fun, accessible to both the young and the young at heart I also think I think the saving and protecting of lives is basically inherent in a superheros mandate lest they just become nothing more than colorful combat avatars. I think bigotry threatens and destroys lives as well as keeps all of humanity from reaching its real potential. Especially when it is capitalized upon and shamelessly enabled by those running for or in high office. In that respect I would be much more concerned if Supergirl was not standing up to… Read more »

Hollywood
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This article is so far down the list, I’m sure my comment will go unnoticed, but I’ve never understood the argument that politics should be left out of superhero stories. When people say that, I just want to ask them, “Have you READ comics?” Politics have been a staple of comic books almost since their inception. Captain America’s earliest appearance had him punching Adolf Hitler in the face. Green Arrow is best known as a social crusader and an outspoken liberal. The X-Men were literally social justice warriors from the very first issue. And Superman, yes even Superman, was an… Read more »