Gotham Cast BD Wong

Gotham: BD Wong Is Hugo Strange, Being Human Alum Is Freeze's Wife

Fox’s Gotham has filled a very Strange role with the very talented BD Wong.

The Law & Order: SVU alum has been cast as Hugo Strange, a genius professor who is secretly lording over the nefarious experiments being conducted at the (literally) underground Indian Hill Laboratory, USA Today reports.

Wong’s TV credits also include Mr. Robot, Awake and Oz.Kristen Hager

Also on Gotham, Being Human alum Kristen Hager has been cast as the terminally ill wife of Victor Fries aka Mr. Freeze (to be played by House of Cards‘ Nathan Darrow), Zap2It reports.

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  1. Once a TV shrink…

    The casting is all wrong, though — Wong’s too tall to play Hugo :P

  2. Joey Padron says:

    Happy Kristen will be on the show. Love her on Being Human!

  3. Wordsmith says:

    And because it’s a prequel, the Mrs. Fries character may actually have more to do than just be a pretty lady floating in a glass tube…

  4. The Beach says:

    He was so good as Whiterose on Mr. Robot.

  5. Amanda says:

    Great castings!!! Loved Kristen on Being Human. And if I’m not mistaken her character name is Nora, which was her character’s name on Being Human too, so that’s a fun connection.

  6. Joey says:

    Wasn’t Gotham supposed to introduce Hugo Strange last season with the move to Arkham? I wonder what ever happened to that…