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Frederick Adetokumboh M'Cormack (born December 16, 1984) is a Sierra Leone Creole actor, known for his roles in the television series Lost and Heroes. In 2024, he worked again with Theo James in Marvel Animation's television series X-Men '97, where he voiced Apocalypse.

He voices Isaac in the Castlevania animated series.[1]

Quotes about the animated series[]

  • (On what made animated series so popular): "I think it's a combination of things. I think it's excellent writing and you got these really amazing fleshed out characters that have these wonderful stories, that the audience can identify with and root for. And then you've got some phenomenal phenomenal voice actors. You've got Tony [Amendola], you've got Alejandra [Reynoso], you've got Graham [McTavish], you've got Richard [Armitage], you've got James [Callis], you've got all the amazing supporting guest cast.

    So I think it's the combination of that and these incredible animators. You've got Samuel Deats who is just a genius, you've got Adam Deats, under executive produced by Kevin [Kolde]. It's just so much that goes into making something so beautiful.

    And I think at the heart of everything it's the story. And as it deviates a little bit from the video games, but the characters are so so interesting and fleshed out and I think that what contributes to making it a successful show.

    Also if you look at characters like Isaac and there is so much heart and so much pain and torment and I think having that be the driving force for all of what he does in season two and season three and moving forward. I think the way it's presented in such a way that you understand what his background is and what is motivation is moving forward. And I think the audience empathizes with him and his cause, even though it's morbid and evil and devious as it is. I think people understand him a little bit more and a lot of other characters as well."

    — Interview with Tony Amendola and Adetokumboh M'Cormack at Wales Comic Con 2020.

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