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After his time as Dan Espinoza on Netflix’s supernatural drama came to an end, actor Kevin Alejandro landed a brand new role on the upcoming animated series, League of Legends.
He recently took to Instagram to share the announcement and his comments were flooded with well-wishes from fans and a bunch of his Lucifer ex-cast members.
Stepping away from the supernatural universe, Kevin is set to be lending his voice to all net Netflix animated series League of Legends.
The upcoming series Arcane is set to be inspired by the popular video game of the same title.
League of Legends is set to be in the Arcane universe and will have a star-studded cast voicing its iconic characters.
Alongside Kevin will be, Hailee Steinfeld, Ella Purnell, Jason Spisak, Toks Olagundoye, JB Blanc, Katie Leung and Harry Lloyd
According to Deadline Arcane will be set in the utopian region of Piltover and the oppressed underground of Zaun.
The series follows the origins of two iconic League champions-and the power that will tear them apart.
The website also revealed Steinfield will take on Vi, Purnell will play Jinx, Alejandro features as Jayce, Leung joins as Caitlyn.
Spisak voices Silco, Olagundoye will voice Mel, Blanc will play Vander and Lloyd takes on Viktor
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Kevin took to Instagram to share the exciting news with a screenshot of the Deadline article, captioned: “Word is out! Proud to be among this talented cast.”
Thousands of fans took to his comments to share their exhilaration and to congratulate him on his new venture.
These supporters who reached out included the actors he starred alongside on the set of Lucifer.
Tom Ellis who played Lucifer Morningstar commented: “Yeah buddy!!!!!!!” with multiple hands clapping emoji.
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Eve star Inbar Lavi also reached out in the comments by using the hands raised emoji to celebrate his success.
Fans of the actor also congratulated him, Suyan wrote: Wooooww!! I’m so happy for you Kevin,
Gillian commented: “Yass! Amazing news! Congratulations!!!.
Another user, Muffin Button stated: “Love league of Legends, I’m happy to hear you’ll be voicing.
Arcane’s League of Legends is set to premiere on Netflix later this year and in anticipation, the streaming platform released character posters.
Arcane will be a first for Riot Games as the studios’ first venture into television.
The series is developed and produced by Riot Games in partnership with Fortiche Productions.
Through Riot Games’ deal with Tencent, Arcane will also premiere on Tencent Video in China.
Lucifer season 6 is available to stream on Netflix.
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