See Rosamund Pike, Daniel Henney, and other members of the Wheel of Time cast in and out of costume.


See Rosamund Pike, Daniel Henney, and other members of the Wheel of Time cast in and out of costume.

Rosamund Pike, Daniel Henney, and the rest of the cast of THE Wheel of Time appear completely different in and out of their outfits.

The first three episodes of Amazon’s new fantasy series, which is based on Robert Jordan’s mystical novels of the same name, launched on Friday.

The show “follows Moiraine, a member of the extraordinarily powerful all-female organization known as the Aes Sedai, as she arrives in the little village of Two Rivers,” according to the synopsis.

“There, she embarks on a perilous, globe-spanning quest with five young men and women, one of whom is said to be the Dragon Reborn, who will save or destroy humanity.”

Continue reading to see how the cast of The Wheel of Time appears in real life against their onscreen personas, who are all clothed in high fantasy attire.

As a member of the Aes Sedai, a group of women with magical abilities, the 42-year-old actress takes the lead in the fantasy series.

She ditched her customary dirty-blonde tresses in favor of lengthy, dark tresses for the part.

Rosamund Pike has previously appeared in films such as I Care a Lot, Gone Girl, Jack Reacher, and Die Another Day.

The Criminal Minds alum wore his hair slicked back and held in place with a band across his forehead to resemble the show’s great swordsman.

Daniel ditched his suits in favor of wrist protection, layers of fabric, and a sword slung across his back.

In the Criminal Minds universe, the 41-year-old recently wrapped his role as Matt Simmon.

He’s also recognized for his voice work in Big Hero 6 and his part as Agent Zero in X-Men Origins: Wolverine.

Josha recently shaved his head for a buzzcut style, despite having a head full of orange-brown hair on The Wheel of Time.

On the show, the 26-year-old Dutch actor plays a sheepherder, and he dresses casually and wears a fur jacket to fit his country kid role.

On the program, the 24-year-old Australian actress wears a long brown coat with an ornate belt in the middle and holds a dagger next to her.

Her character keeps her hair out of the way, all pushed back with only a few stray bits straggling out, never knowing what problems she’ll run into.

Madeleine recently starred in the 2019 film Dora and the Lost City of Gold, and she has previously been in episodes such as Ready for This, Picnic at Hanging Rock, Pine Gap, and Tidelands.

While Marcus’ hair is shaved short in real life, his character in The Wheel of Time has it grown out a little longer.

On the Brinkwire, he’s wearing a thick, fur-sleeved jacket.


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