October 25, 1975 (47)
Antony Starr is a New Zealand actor best known for his starring role as Homelander in Amazon Prime Video’s original series The Boys. Starr’s early career saw him take on a variety of television roles in his native New Zealand, including the popular series “Shortland Street” and “Outrageous Fortune.” However, it was his role as the villainous Lucas Hood in the Cinemax series “Banshee” that cemented his status as a rising star in the industry.
In the Amazon Prime Video series “The Boys,” where he plays the sociopathic superhero Homelander. Starr’s portrayal of the character is both chilling and captivating, as he navigates the dark and twisted world of the Seven and their corrupt dealings. His performance has earned him widespread praise from critics and audiences alike.
Alongside Starr, “The Boys” features a talented ensemble cast of other notable actors. Karl Urban plays Billy Butcher, the leader of a vigilante group seeking to take down corrupt superheroes. Erin Moriarty portrays Annie January, also known as Starlight, the newest member of the Seven. Laz Alonso plays Marvin “Mother’s Milk” Milk, another member of Butcher’s vigilante team. Jack Quaid plays Hughie Campbell, a young man whose life is forever changed by a tragic event involving one of the Seven. Tomer Capone plays Frenchie, a skilled thief and weapons expert who joins Butcher’s group. And finally, Karen Fukuhara plays Kimiko, a superhuman with a mysterious past. Together, the cast of “The Boys” delivers a gripping and compelling narrative that has become one of Amazon Prime’s most successful series.