Fil-Am Eugene Cordero now series regular on Marvel Studios’ Loki

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Filipino-American actor Eugene Cordero reprises his role as Casey in Marvel Studios’ Loki. Photos from Eugene Cordero FB, Disney Plus.

Filipino-American actor Eugene Cordero has been promoted to a series regular in the upcoming second season of Marvel Studios’ “Loki” set for release on Disney Plus.

Cordero reprises his role as Casey, a Time Variance Authority employee who appeared in three episodes of the Tom Hiddleston-led series about the mercurial villain “Loki”. The new series takes place after the events of “Avengers: Endgame“.

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Cordero won over fans of the series with his memorable role as the TVA receptionist who expressed genuine confusion over what a fish is, after being threatened by the God of Mischief himself played by Hiddleston.

The actor and comedian most recently starred in the first all-Filipino Hollywood film, “Easter Sunday.”

Cordero has also appeared in Legendary Pictures’ “Kong: Skull Island” opposite Hiddleston, in NBC’s “The Good Place”, “The High Note,” and in the Disney+ series “The Mandalorian”.

Actors of Filipino descent with starring roles in television include Filipino-American Top Gun: Maverick star Manny Jacinto who is set to portray one of the main characters in the upcoming Star Wars series “The Acolyte”, and Filipino-Iranian Anthony Keyvan who has joined the cast of the Netflix spin-off series, XO, Kitty.

SEND CHEERS in the comments below to Filipino-American actor Eugene Cordero for being promoted to a series regular in the upcoming second season of Marvel Studios’ Loki!

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