Netflix’s ‘One Piece’ Season 2 Adds A Slew To Their Cast Including Rob Colletti

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All this week, Netflix has added several cast members to their One Piece season 2 ensemble cast. As production ramps up this week in South Africa, new names will sail towards the Grand Line. Joining the cast includes Clive Russell (Sherlock Holmes) as Crocus, Werner Coetser (Getroud Met Rugby) as Dorry, and Brendon Murray (Binnelanders) as Brogy. As well as Callum Kerr (Hollyoaks) as Smoker, Rob Colletti (The Many Saints of Newark) as Wapol, Ty Keogh (24 Hours to Live) as Dalton, and Julia Rehwald (Fear Street Trilogy) as Tashigi. The series will be showrun by Matt Owens (Luke Cage) and Joe Tracz (A Series of Unfortunate Events).

Netflix’s One Piece returns to the high seas sometime in 2025

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