Who plays recast Professor Harvey in Fate: The Winx Saga season 2?
It’s a good time to be a fantasy fan, that’s for sure. The Game of Thrones prequel spinoff House of the Dragon was finally revealed, thanks to which we are back in Middle-earth Rings of Power and Alfea once again opened its doors for the return of Fate: The Winx Saga.
The Netflix fantasy series created by Brian Young is based on the Nickelodeon animated series Winx Club and in early 2021, they stepped onto the platform and were introduced to the story of Bloom, a fairy who enters the Otherworld and attends a wizarding school.
It’s back, just like the Burned Ones in Season 2, but there are some changes that can be jarring at first. Notably, Professor Harvey has been recast…
Who plays Professor Harvey in Fate: The Winx Saga Season 2?
Professor Harvey was portrayed by Daniel Betts in the second season of Fate: The Winx Saga.
The character of Sam and Terry’s father was actually played by Alex Macqueen in season 1, but he did not return to reprise the role.
Deadline announced the redesign back in July, but the reason or circumstances behind it were not addressed. It is likely that there may have been scheduling conflicts, as Variety reports that production on season 2 has been delayed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Either way, they managed to find a new actor to breathe fresh life into the role.
Daniel Betts may be familiar
The 50-year-old British actor has established himself in the film and television landscape over the years.
You may know him from such shows as Gentleman Jack (played by Hinscliff), Crossing the Atlantic (Harry Hopkins), Confession (ACC Mike Veale), Crown (Ernst von Hanover), Crimson field (Jaco Tillens), Chloe (Mark Peele) a silent witness (Seth Collins).
On the other hand, film appearances include A good liar (Mr. Schroder), An instrument of war (Lawrence Packer), A war machine (Simon Ball), Allied (George Kavanagh) and Fury (Burgermeister).
“Everyone I knew had their own character”
The cast isn’t the only thing changing with the show’s return, as Winx Saga writer Vanessa Benton revealed during an interview with Screenrant.
“Coming into Season 2, it was clear that this version of Fate had the characters, but we were rethinking the world,” she revealed.
“In Season 2, we really only focused on the girls themselves and who they were in the – I guess the manga? Comics? Graphic novels? But who they were in their original cartoon form and how they fleshed that out a little bit more in Season 2… We were excited for Season 2 to expand all of these characters a little bit.”
She continued, “Growing up, everyone I knew had their own character… so it was kind of important for us to give those people a chance to have moments with their character.”
Fate: The Winx Saga is streaming exclusively on Netflix.
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