Though it had confusing timelines with The Witcher's season, it was adored by many newcomers, and fans of the books and games. Season 2 of The Witcher came up with a thick plot and introduced many new characters, this created a new hype and excitement for the second season.executive producer and showrunner Lauren Schmidt Hissrich said in a statement, “The reaction to season one of The Witcher set a high bar for adding new talent for the second season, Sophie Holland and her casting team have once again found the very best people to embody these characters, and in the hands of these accomplished directors, we’re excited to see these new stories come to life.”
Ten new characters were introduced to season 2 of “Witcher”!
Simon Callow As Codringher
Simon Callow played the character of Codringher, who was born in 1949. Simon has a long and storied career, He has been in the likes of Four Weddings and a Funeral and Shakespeare In Love as Armand III.
In the sixth episode of season 2 to help with his investigation Istredd sought help from Codringher & Fenn, who are known as a Consultation & Legal Service, but are much more than that. Istredd was investigating a girl he knew to be linked with the monoliths, Ciri.
Chris Fulton As Rience
Chris Fulton was introduced as fire mage, Rience. He is known to be outlawed for use by mages, using fire magic. He is only feared by those he faces and who are labeled as villains.
Adjoa Andoh Appears As The Warm & Wise Nenneke
In season 2 of Witcher Nenneke was introduced as a potential mentor to Ciri and as a friend of Geralt's. She persists in warning Geralt that he cannot handle his Child Surprise. Being a priestess and guardian at the Temple of Melitele she takes pride and at least before Geralt's fight with Rience and his men, being a haven of learning and recovery.
Kristofer Hivju As Nivellen
He was known for his hilarious yet lovable role in Game Of Thrones a Tormund but in season 2 of Witcher, his role was completely different from his Game Of Thrones role. In Witcher, he was cursed to live as a beast due to his past sins. treating Ciri with kindness and hospitality he appears to be nice and as an old friend he is reconnecting with Geralt, the twist is that he is hiding a horrific secret. His curse has been lifted by the end of the episode he appears in.
Downton Abbey's Kevin Doyle Is A Cynical Elf Called Ba'lian
Cynical older elf Ba'lian, who Yennefer and Cahir run into when attempting to flee Oxenfurt via the sewers and later a ship. when his friend is attacked by a monster, Ba'lian's fear turns to cowardice but his mute friend seems hopeful. Ba'lian later seeks to atone for his failings by distracting the dock guards long enough to allow Jaskier, Yennefer, Cahir, and several elves to board a ship bound for Cintra, berated by Yennefer for abandoning his friend.
Paul Bullion Plays Lambert
The most prominent and active role of Lambert is played by Paul Bullion. Alongside Coen, Lambert grows into something of a brother figure to Ciri. Paul Bullion is most recognized for his role as Billy Kitchen in three episodes of Peaky Blinders.
Cassie Clare As A Philippa Eilhart
Philippa Eilhart is an interesting character in Witcher’s season 2. She becomes a valuable asset to King Vizimir and Dijkstra in regards to their spying and gathering of intel, She is a sorceress who disguises herself as an owl.
Kim Bodnia As The Fatherly Vesemir
He is introduced in the series as a father figure and the leader of witchers, he has the most hotly anticipated character introduction to The Witcher's Netflix series. He has the wisdom and desperation that his character demands.
Ed Birch's King Vizimir Of Redania
King Vizimir of Redania, jostling for position and power is still a big player in the ever-growing list of different factions. The spymaster is hired by the king to do all the dirty work for him.
Graham McTavishAs Sigismund Dijkstra
the conniving spymaster and head of Redanian Intelligence Sigismund Dijkstra. He is an incredibly talented and revered actor who portrays him in the Netflix series, Graham McTavish.