There are so many great shows on TV, but only a few can make it to season number two, let alone three or four. AMC’s First Kill just released its second season, and fans are already wondering who they’ll see next in the recurring cast of this show about a group of assassins who work together after the FBI goes after their boss. In this article, you’ll get to know these familiar faces and what they bring to the table as characters in this crime drama. Who’s Who in the Recurring Cast of First Kill?
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Will Swenson Play as Sebastian
In most cases, yes. Will Swenson plays as Sebastian Diaz on First Kill. He was promoted to series regular for season two, so that means we’ll see a lot more of Sebastian going forward. However, there’s always a chance he could die just like anyone else on TV shows can (The Walking Dead makes a point to never let us get too attached.) To be honest, we don’t know how much longer Sebastian will be with Team Alvey or if his relationship with Ashley is worth anything…but there are many ways for an actor to stick around after their character dies so we’re not holding our breath about Sebastian. Then again, one wrong move could change everything…there are no guarantees!
Jonas Dylan Allen Play as Ben Wheeler
Jonas Dylan Allen was born on February 15, 2001. He is a rising 16-year-old actor from Los Angeles, California. His acting career began when he was five years old with numerous commercials and print ads for various brands including Nintendo Wii, Kellogg’s Special K, Bic pens and more.
Jonas is also known for his role as Brandon Sanchez on First Kill (2017), a recurring role as Ray Anthony/ Ray Chase on 13 Reasons Why (2017) on Netflix, Nicky Mannheim Jr.
MK xyz Play as Tess
An FBI agent with ties to Baines and Ryker who has a special interest in finding Ryker. She’s determined, clever, and ambitious. She considers she is as capable as any man, which makes her complicated to deal with. She was raised by her brother and father since her mother died when she was 12 years old due to breast cancer. She fell for Jake when they worked together on their first case together but he hasn’t realized it yet. Tess believes she is just one of guys no matter how feminine or beautiful she looks at herself most times, except for one time during a murder scene where she sees herself in a mirror and it bothers her that so many men want to be with her because they find her attractive or interesting.
Joseph D. Reitman Play as Clayton Cook
The season 1 antagonist, Clayton is a psychopath with a history of mental health problems and an affinity for firearms. He’s spent time in prison, but after being released, he begins to work with Michael; he’s also killed numerous people on his own, including Molly (Clayton was responsible for Molly’s death). The season 1 finale revealed that Clayton had died earlier and Michael had taken over his identity by switching his face with a plastic surgeon. But before he was finished with Michael at gunpoint, he received news that Lee had survived surgery and was on her way to waking up. So it seems as though Clayton may be back for season 2!
Walnette Santiago Play as Carmen
Santiago is an American actress who was born and raised in California. She graduated from Mount Holyoke College with a bachelor’s degree in Theater Arts and later earned her Master’s Degree at Yale School of Drama. While studying, she performed as Lady Macbeth for a Shakespeare festival, which led to her being discovered by Hollywood agents. Since then, she has appeared on over 30 television shows including NCIS: Los Angeles, Bones, The Mentalist, True Blood, CSI: Miami and The Office. Her films include Tyler Perry’s Why Did I Get Married Too?, A Thousand Words with Eddie Murphy and Salò o le 120 giornate di Sodoma (Visconti) with Stacy Martin that premiered at TIFF 2016.
Dylan McNamara Play as Oliver
Oliver is a disturbed, drug-addicted child who appears to be around 12 years old. He was kidnapped by his father at age six and has spent most of his life locked up in a bedroom. Oliver only got out once while his father was home, and he used it as an opportunity to try and kill him. While their relationship is not necessarily cold, Oliver sees no reason for him to trust or like his father, especially since he sees very little difference between them (i.e., both are killers). Oliver does admit that he hates being locked up, but other than that seems to prefer it over facing what’s outside his door (which is nothing—it’s just one more prison) or taking drugs for another fix.