Alex Morf To Guest Star As 'Victor Zsasz' On Batwoman

by Outsiders
September 30, 2020
Alex Morf will guest star as the character of DC Comics villain Victor Zsasz during the second season of Batwoman. Zsasz is ″a charismatic, skilled hitman with high, unpredictable energy. He proudly carves tally marks onto his skin for every victim he kills."

Morf is credited with playing a gang leader named Sykes on Gotham and appearing on Mindhunter, Manifest, and Marvel's Daredevil.

Source: Entertainment Weekly
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Belmont13 - 2020-10-03 @ 2:14 pm

I liked him in a Daredevil but him playing a Hitman again is uninspired. When they first announced the Batman reboot, I hoped they would do a serial killer procedural movie where Batman would use his detective skills to track down Zsasz and only Zsasz.

Satam - 2020-10-02 @ 7:28 pm

Fantabulous Fantraption turns Zsasz into a mob lieutenant and this is making him into a hitman...is a serial killer too scary for these people or what?

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