Get To Know Liz Carr, Loki Season 2’s Judge Gamble

Liz Carr Loki Cast Judge Gamble

There are a number of stand-out characters in the Loki Season 2 cast. But one you might want to keep your eye on is Judge Gamble, played by Liz Carr.

First introduced in Loki Season 2, Episode 1 “Ouroboros,” Judge Gamble is one of the remnants of the Time Variance Authority (TVA). She’s clearly an important character in the organization and will play a big role going forward. But as it turns out, Liz Carr is a big, important character in the real world, as well.

Here’s what to know about the actress, comedian, activist, and new Loki Season 2 cast member.

Who Is Judge Gamble in Loki Season 2? What To Know About Liz Carr In The Loki Cast:

Spoilers past this point for the Loki Season 2 premiere. After Sylvie (Sophia Di Martino) killed He Who Remains (Jonathan Majors) in the Season 1 finale, it set off a chain of events that destabilized the TVA and created a brand new multiverse. That’s where we pick up in the Season 2 premiere… Everyone in the TVA running around like chickens with their heads cut off.

In the midst of this, Hunter B-15 (Wunmi Mosaku) urges the Judges who are left after Ravonna Renslayer (Gugu MBatha-Raw) fled the building to not immediately prune the out-of-control multiverse. But instead, take a moment to think of a better way.

While General Dox (Kate Dickie) seems untenable in her desire to keep things the way they are, Judge Gamble is won over by Hunter B-15’s words. She decides that the TVA should take a pause, and figure out what to do next. That includes figuring out why Loki (Tom Hiddleston) is flitting through time, the main plot of the episode.

No spoilers here, but based on the first four episodes Judge Gamble will continue to be a key character in the series.

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Who Is Liz Carr? Where You Know Her From:

It’s a little silly to say that someone is more famous than the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), but in certain circles, Liz Carr fits that bill. On TV, you’ve probably seen her in a number of different parts. She started her career on Silent Witness, playing the role of Clarissa Mullery for 79 episodes.

But nerd fans might know her better as Dr. Marlow Rhodes from The OA, Fenn from The Witcher, or Saraqael from Good Omens.

That’s not all, though! Carr has been an outspoken disability rights activist for most of her life. She was diagnosed with arthrogryposis multiplex congenita, a congenital joint disorder, when she was 7 years old, and confined to a wheelchair at age 14. But far from stopping her, it’s only made her stronger. Carr frequently jokes about her condition in her stand-up routines, and has — as noted — had a prolific career on screen.

The English actress has also been active with ADAPT (American Disabled for Attendant Programs Today), an American organization dedicated to changing conversations about those in wheelchairs, as well as rethinking public and private spaces.

Carr has been in a civil partnership with her spouse Jo Church since 2010, when they got hitched in “A Wheelie Special Wedding” and danced to the Dirty Dancing theme. Which is very cute.

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