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  1. Marvel Echo Cast List
  2. Alaqua Cox As Maya Lopez / Echo
  3. Zahn McClarnon As William Lopez
  4. Vincent D'Onofrio As Wilson Fisk / Kingpin
  5. Charlie Cox as Matt Murdock / Daredevil
  6. Devery Jacobs As Julie
  7. Chaske Spencer as an unknown role
  8. Tantoo Cardinal as a community member
  9. Cody Lightning as an unknown role
  10. Graham Greene as an unknown role

Marvel Echo Cast And Character Guide: A Comprehensive List

Marvel Studios is set to expand its universe with "Echo," a new series spinning off from "Hawkeye," which will launch on Disney+ during MCU Phase 5. This series marks the debut of a relatively unknown character, Echo, who first appeared in the 2021 "Hawkeye" series on Disney+.
Portrayed by Alaqua Cox, Echo was introduced as a secondary villain, driven by a quest for vengeance against Jeremy Renner's character, Clint Barton. Her vendetta is rooted in the death of her father, which occurred while Clint was operating under the alias Ronin. Echo's storyline also intertwines with her dealings with the notorious criminal figure Wilson Fisk, also known as Kingpin. Here's a comprehensive cast and character guide of the show if you are curious.

Marvel Echo Cast List

  • Alaqua Cox as Maya Lopez / Echo
  • Zahn McClarnon as William Lopez
  • Vincent D'Onofrio as Wilson Fisk / Kingpin
  • Charlie Cox as Matt Murdock / Daredevil
  • Devery Jacobs as Julie
  • Chaske Spencer as an unknown role
  • Tantoo Cardinal as a community member
  • Cody Lightning as an unknown role
  • Graham Greene as an unknown role

Alaqua Cox As Maya Lopez / Echo

Alaqua Cox As Maya Lopez / Echo Source: Marvel
  • Maya Lopez is a skilled deaf athlete and martial artist with the unique ability to perfectly mimic others' movements. After her father's tragic death during Ronin's crusade against criminals, she took charge of the Tracksuit Mafia, determined to get revenge on Ronin. Lopez, working under the guidance of Wilson Fisk and alongside Kazi Kazimierczak, encountered Kate Bishop and Clint Barton. They were on a mission to retrieve Ronin's Suit, leading Lopez to believe they might lead her to Ronin. Eventually, Barton revealed his identity as Ronin. The plot thickened when Lopez discovered that it was Fisk who had masterminded her father's death. This revelation prompted her to break away from the Tracksuit Mafia and seek retribution against Fisk.
  • In 2021, Alaqua Cox made a stunning entrance into acting with her role as Maya Lopez in 'Hawkeye', impressively holding her own alongside stars Jeremy Renner and Hailee Steinfeld. Cox, a deaf actress, received widespread acclaim for her portrayal in 'Hawkeye', and she's set to continue this remarkable representation in her first solo series, 'Echo'. In 'Echo', viewers will follow Lopez as she heads back to her Oklahoma roots and rediscovers her Native American heritage, embracing the significance of family and community ties. This new chapter comes after her character led the Tracksuit Mafia in 'Hawkeye', following her father's demise, and her confrontation with Kingpin, who had become like a family figure to her.

Zahn McClarnon As William Lopez

Zahn McClarnon As William Lopez Source: Marvel
  • William Lopez, who was at the helm of the Tracksuit Mafia, was also Maya Lopez's father. He met a tragic end at the hands of Ronin, following information provided by Kingpin, after the Snap.
  • Zahn McClarnon's return as William Lopez in the upcoming 'Echo' series, reprising his role from 'Hawkeye', hints at the show delving into the past. Since McClarnon portrays Echo's late father, his inclusion in 'Echo' is likely to feature flashbacks. 'Hawkeye' had already introduced us to Lopez as a former Tracksuit Mafia leader and an ally of Wilson Fisk. Fisk, who became a significant yet detrimental figure in their lives, indirectly led to Lopez's demise by Ronin, the alter-ego of Clint Barton during the Blip. McClarnon's role in 'Echo' is set to provide a deeper understanding of Maya's backstory, offering more insight into her character development.

Vincent D'Onofrio As Wilson Fisk / Kingpin

Vincent D'Onofrio As Wilson Fisk / Kingpin Source: Marvel
  • Wilson Grant Fisk, a formidable businessman and crime lord, is intent on dominating New York City. Following the Battle of New York, he exploited the chaos to strengthen his hold over the city and aimed to transform Hell's Kitchen by tearing it down and rebuilding it. His criminal undertakings led to clashes with Daredevil and betrayals by some of his associates. Eventually, his illicit deeds were exposed to the FBI, leading to his arrest. Even from within Ryker's Island, Fisk continued to wield power, eventually controlling the prison. With ambitions to eliminate New York's other crime lords once freed, Fisk orchestrated the Punisher's escape to help achieve his goals as the Kingpin, putting him at odds with the law firm of Nelson and Murdock, who initially helped incarcerate him.
  • Vincent D'Onofrio, like Charlie Cox, transitioned from Netflix's 'Daredevil' to the MCU after the Marvel Television shows were canceled. D'Onofrio returned as Wilson Fisk, a.k.a. Kingpin, in 'Hawkeye', portrayed as Maya Lopez's adoptive uncle and the orchestrator of her father's death. Injured in the climax of 'Hawkeye', the character's upcoming role in 'Echo' is shrouded in mystery. This intrigue is heightened by set photos from 'Daredevil: Born Again', which suggest Kingpin has recovered from his injuries.

Charlie Cox as Matt Murdock / Daredevil

Charlie Cox as Matt Murdock / Daredevil Source: Marvel
  • Matthew Michael "Matt" Murdock, a lawyer by day and a vigilante by night, was blinded as a child by a radioactive substance. This accident, however, enhanced his other four senses to superhuman levels. Following the murder of his father by mobsters, Murdock trained under Stick to become a fighter for the Chaste. His empathetic nature, though, led Stick to reject him. Murdock then pursued a law degree at Columbia University with Foggy Nelson. He committed himself to combating injustice in New York City, working as a lawyer in his firm, Nelson and Murdock, and secretly fighting crime as the Masked Man. His vigilante activities eventually led him to clash with crime lord Wilson Fisk. Using his abilities, Murdock exposed Fisk's criminal empire and played a key role in getting him arrested, later becoming known as Daredevil.
  • Charlie Cox first portrayed Matt Murdock in Marvel Television's 'Daredevil', which premiered on Netflix in 2015. The show, which ran for three seasons before its cancellation, led to the character's integration into the MCU. Cox made his MCU debut with a cameo in 'Spider-Man: No Way Home' and appeared in 'She-Hulk: Attorney at Law', showcasing a comedic interaction with Jennifer Walters. 'Echo' will feature Cox's return as Daredevil, setting the stage for his own Disney+ series, 'Daredevil: Born Again'. This series is anticipated to explore the relationship between Daredevil and Echo, reflecting their romantic history in the comics. There are rumors that Murdock might be on the lookout for a missing Jessica Jones in 'Echo', though this has not been officially confirmed by Marvel Studios.

Devery Jacobs As Julie

Devery Jacobs As Julie Source: Marvel

Devery Jacobs, known for her roles in "Reservation Dogs" and "American Gods," was reported by Deadline in April 2022 to be joining the cast of "Echo" as a lead character named "Julie" and her role remains a mystery. While Marvel Studios hasn't officially confirmed these specifics, Jacobs' involvement is certain. With her Indigenous Canadian heritage, it's likely that Jacobs will play a significant role within Maya Lopez's community in Oklahoma. In "Reservation Dogs," a show about four Indigenous teenagers, created by Sterlin Harjo and MCU's own Taika Waititi, Jacobs portrays Elora Danan Postoak.


Chaske Spencer as an unknown role

Chaske Spencer as an unknown role Source: Getty

Chaske Spencer, recognized for his appearances in the "Twilight" film series and the BBC/Amazon Prime's "The English," was cast in "Echo" in May 2022. Specifics of his role are yet to be disclosed, but his Native American roots in Oklahoma seem to make him a perfect match for the setting of "Echo." Spencer, who had a minor role in Netflix's "Jessica Jones," will likely have a more prominent role in "Echo."


Tantoo Cardinal as a community member

Tantoo Cardinal as a community member Source: Toronto Star

Tantoo Cardinal, an accomplished Canadian actor of Cree and Métis descent, is another remarkable addition to "Echo." Known for her performances in "Dances With Wolves," "Wind River," and "Stumptown," Cardinal was cast alongside Spencer in May 2022. Her exact role in the series hasn't been unveiled, but she's expected to play an influential character in Maya Lopez's home community.


Cody Lightning as an unknown role

Cody Lightning as an unknown role Source: Letterboxd

Cody Lightning, also of Cree descent, joined the cast of "Echo" in May 2022 in an undisclosed role. Lightning is celebrated for his performances in 1998's "Smoke Signals" and 2007's "Four Sheets to the Wind." His casting adds to the strong Native American presence in "Echo."


Graham Greene as an unknown role

Graham Greene as an unknown role Source: CBC

Finally, Indigenous Canadian actor Graham Greene, whose casting was announced in March 2022 and confirmed by Marvel Studios in May, brings his extensive experience to "Echo." Greene, an Academy Award-nominated actor known for "Dances With Wolves," "Die Hard with a Vengeance," "The Green Mile," and "Wind River," adds significant value to the series. While his specific role in "Echo" remains unknown, the series seems set to explore Native American culture, offering a new dimension to the MCU.

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