TITANS Adds STAR TREK: DISCOVERY Actor Dwain Murphy As Doom Patrol Member Negative Man

TITANS Adds STAR TREK: DISCOVERY Actor Dwain Murphy As Doom Patrol Member Negative Man

TITANS Adds STAR TREK: DISCOVERY Actor Dwain Murphy As Doom Patrol Member Negative Man

DC's upcoming live-action Titans series has added yet another member of The Doom Patrol to its cast, and this time it's Air Force pilot Larry Trainor, a.k.a. the Negative Man. Find out more after the jump.

It looks like DC plans to make casting announcements for The Doom Patrol members on a weekly basis, and the latest actor to join the Titans ensemble as part of the "freaks, outcasts, and social misfits" that make up the team is Dwain Murphy (Star Trek: Discovery, The Strain, Degrassi: The Next Generation).

The actor will play Larry Trainor/Negative Man, whose look is directly inspired by Universal's classic Invisible Man movie.

Here's how this small screen take on the character will be portrayed:


A pilot in the Air Force, Larry Trainor crashed his plane and was exposed to a mysterious “negative” energy. Wrapped in bandages to protect those around him, Larry struggles with this new strange power."

In the comics, those powers allow Trainor to project a "soul-self", which can fly and project energy.

Murphy joins Bruno Bichir as Professor Niles Caulder, Jake Michaels as Robotman, and April Bowlby as Elasti-Girl. Titans still doesn't have an official premiere date.
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