Orphan Black: New images of Project Castor clones

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BBC America has just released new images of Ari Millen’s Castor clone characters he will be portraying this season. We already met Mark the previous seasons, and now, we will be meeting the others. We can already tell from the photos that the brothers all have different personalities like the ladies of Project Leda. BBC America gave out their descriptions of each brother below:

MARK (Ari Millen), one of the newly discovered Castor clones, was a loyal follower of the late Prolethean leader Henrick Johanssen. When the Prolethean Ranch was burned down by Helena, Mark vanished with Johanssen’s waifish daughter Gracie, who he’d fallen deeply in love with. But as one of many male clones created by the military, the question remains, who is Mark? Why was he with the Proletheans? And in the face of this newfound love, where do his allegiances lie?

RUDY (Ari Millen), aka Scarface, is the often brutal and crazed Castor clone with a sleek mohawk and a menacing scar that adds to his intimidating exterior. Raised under the military’s unforgiving supervision, Rudy is a trained master fighter. Possessing a fierce loyalty to his clone brothers that matches Sarah’s conviction, he is ruthless and lethal if put to the test. Just how far is he willing to go to save those he’s sworn to protect?

SETH (Ari Millen) is a mustachioed Castor brother who may not be the sharpest clone in the pack. But what Seth lacks in smarts, he makes up for in obedience to his superiors, and admiration for his elder brother, Rudy — who sometimes uses Seth’s devotion to sway and manipulate him.

MILLER (Ari Millen) is the spit-and-polish Castor soldier with a prosthetic leg. No longer assigned missions in the field, Miller is bitter but loyal. Refusing self-pity, he focuses his efforts on climbing the officer ranks.

I can already tell Millen is going to do a fantastic job. Click here for an exclusive clip of Sarah meeting one of the Castor clones, Rudy.

Orphan Black returns to Saturday, April 18 on BBC America.

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