Marti Matulis might be greatest recognized for his position because the demon George on the supernatural CBS drama “Evil.” George is the incubus who likes crawling into mattress with sequence protagonist Kristen Bouchard (Katja Herbers) and giving her evening terrors. Whereas his look, delivered to life by Matulis underneath prosthetics, is outwardly terrifying, his voice (Euan Morton) is cheesier in a form of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” means.
On “Evil,” Matulis additionally doubles because the goat-horned Satan Therapist for Leland Townshend (Michael Emerson). Michael Cerveris voices this character, so Matulis himself generally serves as a non-speaking presence like David Prowse or Ray Park, the actors who bodily portrayed Darth Vader and Darth Maul.
Matulis was seen lately on the large display screen as yet one more demonic entity, the monster in the 2022 horror hit “Smile.” This face-rending creature can leap from individual to individual, possessing them and utilizing them as bodily hosts, not in contrast to what Matulis has executed by taking over all these monster-type roles. A few of his different latest (monster and non-monster) credit embrace a drone host on “Westworld,” the caretaker in “Studio 666,” and Piggy Man on “American Horror Story.”
Matulis has been working in Hollywood for 25 years, and “The Mandalorian” is not even his first area rodeo. Funnily sufficient, like “The Power Awakens” director J.J. Abrams, Matulis has jumped franchises from “Star Trek” to “Star Wars.” A few of his earliest appearances onscreen had been uncredited roles as a Ba’ku male in “Star Trek: Rebellion,” a Reman officer in “Star Trek: Nemesis,” and a Reman bodyguard on “Star Trek: Enterprise.” He later confirmed up in three totally different bit components on “Star Trek: Picard,” as an XB employee, a prisoner, and a checkpoint supervisor.
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