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Is Chrisjen avasarala Indian?
One of the three chief characters in The Expanse is Chrisjen Avasarala, a high-ranking Indian official in the United Nations. She's played by Iranian-American actress Shohreh Aghdashloo, and she wears her culture proudly through the episodes – be it a sari, salwar kameez, or heavy use of Indian embroidery.
Why did Brian George leave The Expanse?
Also he is now called Arjun Avasarala. Due to the announced cancellation after Season 3, the original actor, Brian George, became unavailable having accepted other roles that conflicted with appearing on The Expanse.
What is The Expanse movie?
Two centuries in the future, a missing person links an asteroid belt detective, the captain of an ice freighter and a diplomat trying to avert a war.
How much does The Expanse cost?
Low Cost: $2 million/episode. Mid Cost: $3.5 million/episode.
The Expanse: Created by Daniel Abraham, Mark Fergus, Ty Franck, Hawk Ostby. With Wes Chatham, Dominique Tipper, Steven Strait, Shohreh Aghdashloo.
Series Cast (501) · Wes Chatham · Dominique Tipper · Steven Strait · Shohreh Aghdashloo · Cas Anvar · Frankie Adams · Cara Gee · Shawn Doyle.
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The Expanse: How The Syfy Show Cast Fan Favorite Bobbie Draper
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Feb 8, 2017 · The men adapting the Expanse novels to the screen faced a massive challenge in Season 2 — casting the difficult role of Bobbie Draper.
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