See Full Cast of WANDAVISION Tv Series
See Full Cast of WANDAVISION Tv Series
WandaVision is an American television miniseries created by Jac Schaeffer for the streaming service Disney+, based on the Marvel Comics characters Wanda Maximoff / Scarlet Witch and Vision. Set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), it shares continuity with the films of the franchise, and takes place after the events of the film Avengers: Endgame (2019). WandaVision is produced by Marvel Studios, with Schaeffer serving as head writer and Matt Shakman directing.
Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda Maximoff / Scarlet Witch:
An Avenger who can harness magic, engage in telepathy and telekinesis, and alter reality. Olsen said the series brings the character more in line with the comic book version, including depicting her mental illness, and introducing the “Scarlet Witch” moniker that was not previously used in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). Executive producer Kevin Feige added that the series explores the extent and origin of Wanda’s powers. Olsen felt her “ownership” of Wanda was strengthened during development of the series, which allowed her to explore new parts of the character’s personality such as her humor and sassiness. She was thrilled that WandaVision focuses on Wanda rather than telling her story “through everyone else’s story lines” as in the films, and was sold on joining the series when Feige mentioned specific Scarlet Witch comic storylines that inspired WandaVision. Olsen was influenced by Mary Tyler Moore, Elizabeth Montgomery, and Lucille Ball for her performance.
Paul Bettany as Vision:
An android and former Avenger created using the artificial intelligences J.A.R.V.I.S. and Ultron as well as the Mind Stone, who was killed during the events of Avengers: Infinity War (2018). Bettany described Vision as “decent and honorable” who “exists for Wanda”. He was influenced by Dick Van Dyke and Hugh Laurie for his performance.
Debra Jo Rupp as Sharon Davis:
A New Jersey resident and wife of Todd, who plays the role of “Mrs. Hart”, Wanda and Vision’s neighbor, within the fictional WandaVision sitcom.
Fred Melamed as Todd Davis:
A New Jersey resident and husband of Sharon, who plays the role of “Arthur Hart”, Wanda and Vision’s neighbor and Vision’s boss, within the fictional WandaVision sitcom.
Kathryn Hahn as Agatha Harkness:
A witch who disguises herself as “Agnes”, Wanda and Vision’s “nosy neighbor,” within the fictional WandaVision sitcom. Hahn described Agnes as the neighbor “that won’t get off their couch at the end of the night” and is “always in (their) business”. Hahn was fascinated by the “jolts of adrenaline and humanity” the MCU provided and the fact it had a “gasp of human magic”.
Teyonah Parris as Monica Rambeau:
The daughter of Air Force pilot Maria Rambeau and a captain in S.W.O.R.D. (Sentient Weapon Observation Response Division), who first introduces herself to Wanda and Vision as their neighbor “Geraldine”. She has a “toughness and an ability to be a woman” in a male-dominated world. As a child, she looked up to her mother’s friend and colleague Carol Danvers / Captain Marvel. Head writer Jac Schaeffer’s initial pitch for the series had a different character in Rambeau’s role, but she was excited to use Rambeau instead when it was discovered that she was available for the series, with co-executive producer Mary Livanos adding Rambeau’s inclusion in the series was a discovery during development that became “really enriched in the show”. The series shows what Rambeau has seen and done since her introduction in Captain Marvel (2019), where she was portrayed as a child by Akira Akbar. Parris used Akbar’s performance as the starting point for her own, and took Monica’s relationships with her mother and Danvers into account.
Randall Park as Jimmy Woo:
An FBI agent working with S.W.O.R.D. who previously was the parole officer of Scott Lang / Ant-Man. Park felt introducing Woo using close-up magic, something he was trying to perfect in Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018), quickly showed the character’s development since that film, indicating that he was getting better at multiple things and was being assigned to larger cases. Park was taught the magic trick by a magician and spent several days perfecting it for the series.
Kat Dennings as Darcy Lewis:
An astrophysicist working with S.W.O.R.D. who previously interned for Jane Foster and befriended Thor. Returning to the role for the first time since Thor: The Dark World (2013), Dennings felt Lewis would not have changed much as a person, but would be older and wiser after going to school to receive her doctorate in astrophysics. Additionally, Dennings felt the character has more confidence in herself now that she is viewed as a boss which she never was in the films.
Evan Peters as “Pietro Maximoff”:
Wanda’s twin brother who can move at superhuman speed. He was killed during the events of Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015), where he was portrayed by Aaron Taylor-Johnson. Schaeffer and Livanos were eager to bring the character back in the series, and decided to take advantage of the series’ notions of “what’s real and what’s not, and performance, and casting, and audience, and fandom” by having the character be “recast” within the fictional WandaVision program. Schaeffer noted that this plays on the sitcom tropes of recasting characters without “much fuss” and also of having a relative arrive in town who “stirs things up with the family”.
Recurring residents of Westview include;
Asif Ali as Abilash Tandon
David Lengel as Harold Proctor
Amos Glick as Dennis
Jolene Purdy as Isabel Matsueida
David Payton as John Collins