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BUFFY's Anthony Stewart Head & More Join Syfy's DOMINION Pilot

BUFFY's Anthony Stewart Head & More Join Syfy's DOMINION Pilot

Syfy announces additional casting for its upcoming Supernatural drama pilot, Dominion with the signings of Anthony Stewart Head, Roxanne McKee, Luke Allen-Gale and guest star Shivani Ghai. Produced by Universal Cable Productions, the pilot is set to begin shooting this month in Cape Town, South Africa.

Based on characters from the hit theatrical film Legion (2010), Dominion is an Epic Supernatural action drama set 25 years after the events of the movie and picking up in The Aftermath of a catastrophic war between an army of angels and mankind that has transformed the world. The series follows the perilous journey of a rebellious young soldier who discovers he's the unlikely savior of humanity, set against a backdrop of the ultimate celestial battle as it touches down on earth.

Scott Stewart, who co-wrote and directed Legion, is back to direct the pilot, and is one of the project's Executive Producers. Michel Litvak and David Lancaster of Bold Films, who produced the film Legion, are also Executive Producers. Vaun Wilmott wrote the pilot and is Co-Executive Producer.

Anthony Stewart Head plays "David Weel," the power hungry president of the Senate of Vega (formerly Las Vegas) who is frequently at odds with General Rysen, the city's military leader. David is willing to do whatever he believes is right to protect the city and his position leading it.

Anthony Stewart Head's lengthy television career has encompassed iconic starring roles in worldwide hit series including Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Merlin, Little Britain, Manchild and Free Agents. Head has also guest starred on numerous series including Highlander, Doctor Who, NYPD Blue, Spooks and, most recently on Syfy's Warehouse 13. His feature film roles include The Iron Lady, Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters, Repo! The Genetic Opera and Imagine Me & You. Head's various West End stage credits include Six Degrees of Separation for the Old Vic and the London revival of The Rocky Horror Picture Show. He is represented by Donna French of Gordon & French.

Roxanne McKee plays "Claire Rysen," the closest thing that Vega has to a princess. As the daughter of General Rysen - the man who led humans to victory against the angels during the Extermination War - she is a member of the highest class in Vega's stratified society. Claire is also strong-willed and much tougher than she seems.

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