Marvel Studios makes Loki the first show in MCU history to move forward with a second season on the streamer, adding to the God of Mischief’s 12-year-long legacy.
With the show last airing in 2021 before Loki himself made a surprise appearance in the post-credits scene of Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania, the time has come to dive back into the mischief surrounding this iconic character.
Loki Season 2 - Full List of Cast Members
A dozen actors appeared on camera in Episode 1 of Loki Season 2, which first debuted on Disney+ on Thursday, October 5.
Those actors and their characters can be seen below, along with other stars confirmed to return in Season 2 but who didn't pop up in the premiere.
Tom Hiddleston - Loki
Leading the way once again in Loki Season 2 is Tom Hiddleston as the titular God of Mischief, who found himself time-slipping until pruning himself in Episode 4 of Season 2.
Episode 1 sees Loki losing his mind on more than one occasion as he is randomly transported between timelines, before working with his newfound family to anchor himself.
Sophia Di Martino - Sylvie
After setting up shop and working at McDonald's for a bit, Sylvie is pulled back into the action, helping Loki and Mobius try to grapple with a potential Temporal meltdown.
After their passionate kiss in the Season 1 finale, the admittedly "weird" romance between Loki and Sylvie will seemingly continue into the latest season.
Owen Wilson - Mobius
Learning about He Who Remains and Kang Variants, Mobius does his best to calm Loki down as he freaks out about his revelation while helping the titular hero with his time-slipping problem and the impending Temporal meltdown in the heart of the TVA.
Wunmi Mosaku - Hunter B-15
After changing her alliances at the end of Season 1, Wunmi Mosaku’s Hunter B-15 returns with a vengeance in Season 2, working with Loki and Mobius to figure out the truth behind what’s happening at the TVA.
She’s seen going into a judge’s council with the TVA’s top brass and laying into them for the secrets the organization has kept, pleading with them to look at their pruning practices with the Sacred Timeline now in chaos.
Neil Ellice - Hunter D-90
Neil Ellice’s Hunter D-90 looks to play a much bigger role in the Loki Season 2 story than he did in Season 1, with his big moment in coming when he pruned Loki and sent him to The Void.
He is closely involved with the judge’s council and takes some death stares from B-15 after what he did, eventually being pruned by Hunter X-5 in Episode 4.
Eugene Cordero - Casey
Signed on to be a series regular in Season 1 is Eugene Cordero‘s Casey, a TVA desk jockey who enjoyed a couple of humorous moments alongside Tom Hiddleston last time around.
In Season 2, Casey is thrown right into the fire as Loki finds himself time-slipping, providing regular updates to Mobius and B-15 as he sees this phenomenon in the TVA for the first time.
Ke Huy Quan - Ouroboros (OB)
Newly-minted Oscar-winner Ke Huy Quan makes his MCU debut in Loki Season 2, bringing the TVA‘s repairs and tech advancement worker Ouroboros (OB) into the picture.
OB appears to have a history with Mobius as well as whole swath of other characters, having written the TVA handbook that sets Victor Timely on the path to becoming the founder of the TVA. The hardworking technician is focused throughout much of Season 2 on repairing the Temporal Loom, although his work does not prove too success.
Kate Dickie - General Dox
Kate Dickie brings a new power player into the TVA in General Dox, who is seen in the judge’s council discussing the threat at hand with Hunter B-15 and Mobius.
Upon learning what happened at the Citadel at the End of Time, Dox puts out an organization-wide manhunt for Sylvie, looking to hunt her down and make the Loki Variant answer for what she’d done.
It is eventually revealed that Dox didn't plan on finding Sylvie at all, instead taking an antagonistic approach by forming a plan to prune all of the Sacred Timeline's branches to exterminate the Variant, eventually being taken in by Mobius as a prisoner.
Liz Carr - Judge Gamble
Replacing the MIA Judge Renslayer on the TVA’s court is Liz Carr’s Judge Gamble, first seen in the judge’s council next to General Dox.
She provides her own input on pruning timelines and the ensuing chaos at the TVA as Mobius and B-15 share their thoughts, attempting to step in for Renslayer in her absence.
Rafael Casal - Hunter X-5/Brad Wolfe
Rafael Casal joins the MCU in Loki Season 2 as Hunter X-5, one of the more aggressive minutemen in the TVA, who is depicted as being quite afraid of everything happening in the TVA at the start of the season.
Interrogating Mobius about his love of jetskis, he also leads Mobius and B-15 to their interrogation in the judge's council. Hunter X-5 gets an episode dedicated to him with Loki Season 2's second installment, which sees him taking the identity of movie star Brad Wolfe.
Upon being discovered by Loki and Mobius, he's brought back to the TVA for interrogation on Sylvie's whereabouts and why exactly he decided to split from Dox's crew.
Charlie Cameron - Mail Cart Driver
Playing a minor role in Loki Season 2, Episode 1 is Charlie Cameron as a mail cart driver in the TVA, only getting one real scene of action.
Cameron is seen driving the vehicle that catches Loki after he jumps off of a balcony, eventually crashing into one of the TVA’s main rooms and falling presumably to her death.
Jack Cunningham-Nuttall - Jack, the McDonald’s Manager
Playing a minor role in Loki Season 2‘s first episode is Jack Cunningham-Nuttall, who appears for the first time as Jack, the manager at the McDonald’s restaurant Sylvie entered in 1982.
After Sylvie orders one of everything on the menu, the manager hires her to work for him in the episode’s post-credits scene. By the end of Episode 2, Sylvie is shown to have formed a fairly amicable friendship with her manager.
Jonathan Majors - Victor Timely/Kang
Timely is an 1800s inventor who has the TVA Handbook planted on him as a kid by Miss Minutes and Ravonna Renslayer. Timely is seemingly killed at the end of Episode 4, as he tries helping Loki and co. to implement a fix on the Temporal Loom.
Gugu Mbatha-Raw - Judge Ravonna Renslayer
She was last seen in Season 1 leaving the TVA through a time door in her office after hashing it out with Mobius. If executive producer Kevin Wright's comments about Renslayer are to be believed, she should play a key role in this season.
Renslayer returns in Season 2 pairing up with Miss Minutes to hopefully restore the TVA as the Mutliversal power it once was.
Tara Strong - Miss Minutes
Quickly becoming a fan-favorite after guiding fans through all of Loki Season 1, it was no surprise to see Tara Strong’s return as Miss Minutes confirmed as the TVA’s creepy spokesclock makes her mark on Season 2.
This time around, Miss Minutes pals up with Ravonna Reslayer to act out a villainous plot in trying to take down Loki and friends and bring He Who Remains back to his former glory.
Dhanushka Anson - Reporter #1
Playing a glamorous reporter, Dhanushka Anson appears briefly in Episode 2 as a member of the media attending the premiere of Zaniac. Anson's Reporter #1 asks Brad Wolfe a quick question before he moves swiftly down the press line.
Dhanushka Anson has appeared in other small roles in the past, having starred in a few episodes of BBC soap opera EastEnders.
Roger Parkins - Reporter #2
Roger Parkins stars as another reporter at the Zaniac premiere, questioning Brad Wolfe about rumors involving him and another actress. Brad is quick to quiet to Parkins' character, warning him not to ask those sorts of questions.
Parkins previously starred in the British TV series Silent Eye.
Nasari Thompson - Young Victor Timely
Young actor Nasri Thompson joined Loki in Episode 3 as the youthful version of Jonathan Majors' Kang Variant Victor Timely, who was gifted a TVA handbook by Ravonna Renslayer, laying the groundwork for his genius to come.
Thompson's only role before now was in a 2023 short film, Dirt in the Diamond.
Alex Forman - Behemoth
Dressed in Abraham Lincoln-esque style, Alex Forman's unnamed "Behemoth" came to blows with Tom Hiddleston's Loki at Victor Timely's show, something he quickly came to regret as he was met with the God of Mischief's magic.
The English actor stands tall at 6'5 and weighs in at 342 lbs - via Mandy - with past credits including various commercial, extra, and theater work.
Ross Hatt - Guy Pennyman III
After Victor Timely demonstrated his advanced loom technology, he was met by many wealthy benefactors and prospective business partners, among which was Ross Hatt's Guy Pennyman III.
Hatt has appeared in guest roles across several British series including Silent Witness and Doctors, while also playing a political strategy in the Benedict Cumberbatch TV movie, Brexit: The Uncivil War.
Richard Dixon - Robber Baron
Guy Pennyman III was far from the only wealthy man looking to partner with Victor Timely and bid on his new invention, with Richard Dixon's Robber Baron also throwing his hat in the scientific ring.
The first four episodes of Loki Season 2 are now streaming on Disney+.