SHIELD 캐릭터 에이전트 목록 - List of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. characters

PaleyFest 2014의 주요 출연진 (LR) Gregg, Wen, Dalton, Bennet, De Caestecker 및 Henstridge

Agents of SHIELD Joss Whedon , Jed Whedon , Maurissa Tancharoen이 ABC위해 제작 한 미국 TV 시리즈로, Marvel Comics 조직인 SHIELD (전략적 국토 개입, 집행 및 물류 부문)를기반으로합니다. 슈퍼 히어로 . [1] 이이 설정된다 마블 시네마틱 유니버스 연속성을 공유 (MCU) 기능 의 단편 프랜차이즈. [2]

이 시리즈에는 Clark Gregg 가 영화에서 Phil Coulson의 역할을 재현하고 Ming-Na Wen , Brett Dalton , Chloe Bennet , Iain De Caestecker , Elizabeth Henstridge가 출연 합니다. Nick BloodAdrianne Palicki두 번째세 번째 시즌에 캐스트에 합류 했으며 Henry SimmonsLuke Mitchell 은 세 번째 시즌에 메인 캐스트로 승격되기 전에 두 번째 시즌에 반복적 인 역할을 맡았습니다. 세 번째 시즌에 다시 등장한 John Hannah넷째 , 3 시즌과 4 시즌 모두에 다시 등장한 Natalia Cordova-Buckley 는 시리즈 5 시즌 의 메인 캐스트로 승격되었습니다 . Jeff Ward다섯 번째 시즌 을 되풀이 한 후 여섯 번째 시즌 의 메인 캐스트로 승격되었습니다 . 또한 Marvel Cinematic Universe 영화 및 Marvel One-Shots의 다른 여러 캐릭터도 다양한 Marvel Comics 속성을 기반으로 한 다른 캐릭터와 함께 시리즈 전체에 나타납니다 . 시리즈의 여러 캐릭터는 보충 디지털 시리즈 Marvel 's Agents of SHIELD : Slingshot 에도 등장합니다 .

이 목록에는 시리즈의 메인 캐스트, 시리즈 전반에 걸쳐 반복적 인 역할을 맡은 것으로 간주되는 모든 게스트 스타 및 다른 주목할만한 다른 게스트가 포함됩니다.

개요

캐릭터 연기자 형세
먼저 시즌 1 시즌 2 시즌 3 시즌 4 시즌 5 시즌 6 시즌 7
주인공
필 콜슨 S 클락 그레그 " 파일럿 " 본관 Does not appear
Sarge / Pachakutiq " 누락 된 조각 " Does not appear 본관 Does not appear
Phil Coulson
(Chronicom LMD)
" 새로운 생활 " Does not appear 본관
멜린다 메이 S 밍나 웬 "조종사" 본관
그랜트 워드 브렛 달튼 본관 되풀이 Does not appear
하이브 " 4,722 시간 " Does not appear 본관 Does not appear 게스트 [a] Does not appear
스카이 / 데이지 존슨
퀘이크
S
클로이 베넷 "조종사" 본관
레오 피츠 S Iain De Caestecker 본관 손님
젬마 시몬스 S 엘리자베스 헨스트리지 본관
랜스 헌터 닉 블러드 " 그림자 " Does not appear 본관 Does not appear 손님 Does not appear
바비 모스 아드리안 팔리 키 " 울프 하우스의 암탉 " Does not appear 메인 [b] Does not appear
Alphonso "Mack"MacKenzie S 헨리 시몬스 "그림자" Does not appear 되풀이 본관
링컨 캠벨 루크 미첼 " 내세 " Does not appear 되풀이 본관 Does not appear
홀든 래드클리프 존 한나 " 특이점 " Does not appear 되풀이 본관 Does not appear
엘레나 "요요"Rodriguez S 나탈리아 코르도바-버클리 " 반송 " Does not appear 되풀이 본관
데크 쇼 제프 워드 " 방향 " Does not appear 되풀이 본관
반복되는 문자
마이크 피터슨
데스 록
J. August Richards "조종사" 되풀이 손님 Does not appear 손님 Does not appear
이안 퀸 데이비드 콘래드 " 자산 " 되풀이 Does not appear 손님 Does not appear
Raina 루스 네가 " 꽃 드레스를 입은 소녀 " 되풀이 Does not appear 손님 Does not appear
빅토리아 핸드 사프란 버로우스 " 허브 " 되풀이 Does not appear
Rachele Schank " 끝이 가까웠다 " Does not appear 손님
데이비스 막시밀리안 오신 스키 " 수리 " 손님 Does not appear 손님 되풀이 손님
앤 위버 크리스틴 아담스 " 씨앗 " 손님 되풀이 Does not appear
John Garrett
천리안
Bill Paxton " 타히티 " 되풀이 Does not appear
제임스 팩스 턴 " 도난 " Does not appear 손님
앙투안 트리플렛 BJ 브릿 "타히티" 되풀이 Does not appear 손님 Does not appear
Glenn Talbot
Graviton
애드리안 파스 다르 " 프로비던스 " 손님 되풀이 Does not appear
Koenigs 패튼 오스왈트 손님 되풀이 Does not appear 손님 Does not appear 손님
캘빈 존슨 카일 맥라클란 " 끝의 시작 " 손님 되풀이 Does not appear
베르너 라인 하르트 / 다니엘 화이트 홀 리드 다이아몬드 "그림자" Does not appear 되풀이 손님 Does not appear 손님 Does not appear
수닐 박시 사이먼 카시 아니 데스 Does not appear 되풀이 Does not appear 손님 Does not appear
칼 크릴 브라이언 패트릭 웨이드 Does not appear 손님 Does not appear 되풀이 Does not appear
카라 팔라 마스
에이전트 33
마야 스토 잔 " 친구를 만들고 사람들에게 영향을 미침 " Does not appear 되풀이 Does not appear
자잉 디첸 라흐만 " 우리가 매장하는 것들 " Does not appear 되풀이 Does not appear 손님
고든 제이미 해리스 " 그들이되는 것 " Does not appear 되풀이 Does not appear
핀 아르 거스 " 이후, 이전 " Does not appear 손님
앤드류 가너
래쉬
블레어 언더우드 " 우리 중 하나 " Does not appear 손님 되풀이 Does not appear
매튜 윌릭 " 자연의 법칙 " Does not appear 되풀이 Does not appear 손님 Does not appear
로버트 곤잘레스 에드워드 제임스 올 모스 " 히드라 시대의 사랑 " Does not appear 되풀이 Does not appear
알리샤 휘 틀리 알리시아 벨라 베일리 " 흉터 " Does not appear 손님 되풀이 Does not appear
케보 Daz Crawford " SOS " Does not appear 손님 되풀이 Does not appear
Rosalind 시세 콘스탄스 짐머 "자연의 법칙" Does not appear 되풀이 Does not appear
루터 뱅크스 앤드류 하워드 Does not appear 되풀이 Does not appear
조이 구티에레즈 후안 파블로 라바 Does not appear 되풀이 Does not appear
베르너 폰 스트 러커 스펜서 치료 클락 " 기계의 목적 " Does not appear 되풀이 Does not appear 되풀이 Does not appear
기 디온 말릭 파워스 부스 " 우리 가운데 숨어 ... " Does not appear 되풀이 Does not appear
카메론 팔라 타스 " 파라다이스 로스트 " Does not appear 손님 Does not appear 손님
기예 라 Mark Dacascos " 많은 머리, 하나의 이야기 " Does not appear 되풀이 Does not appear
폴리 힌튼 롤라 글라 우디 니 " 시공간 " Does not appear 손님 Does not appear 되풀이 Does not appear
JT 제임스
헬 파이어
액슬 화이트 헤드 "파라다이스 로스트" Does not appear 되풀이 손님 Does not appear
앤더슨 S 알렉산더 레이쓰 Does not appear 손님 Does not appear
나다니엘 말릭 조엘 댑니 코트니 Does not appear 손님 Does not appear
토마스 E. 설리반 " 우유 속의 송어 " Does not appear 되풀이
피리 부는 사람 Briana Venskus " 실패한 실험 " Does not appear 손님 되풀이 손님
아이다 "오펠리아"
마담 히드라
말로리 얀센 " 승천 " Does not appear 손님 되풀이 Does not appear
로비 레이즈
고스트 라이더
가브리엘 루나 " 유령 " Does not appear 되풀이 Does not appear
Gabe Reyes 로렌조 제임스 헨리 Does not appear 되풀이 Does not appear
루시 바우어 릴리 버드 셀 Does not appear 되풀이 Does not appear
제프리 메이스
패트리어트
S
제이슨 오 마라 " 새로운 보스를 만나다 " Does not appear 되풀이 Does not appear
엘렌 나 디어 Parminder Nagra " 반란 " Does not appear 되풀이 Does not appear
패트릭 캐 버너 Does not appear 되풀이 Does not appear
엘리 모로 호세 주니가 " 당신의 불 옆에 서게 해주세요 " Does not appear 되풀이 Does not appear
안톤 이바노프
수 페리 어
잭 맥고완 " 뜨거운 감자 수프 " Does not appear 되풀이 손님 Does not appear
호프 맥켄지 요르단 리베라 " 정체성과 변화 " Does not appear 되풀이 Does not appear
에녹 조엘 스토퍼 " 세계의 끝 " Does not appear 손님 되풀이
테스 이브 할로우 "정위" Does not appear 되풀이 Does not appear
Kasius 도미닉 레인즈 Does not appear 되풀이 Does not appear
Sinara 피렌체 파이브 르 Does not appear 되풀이 Does not appear
그릴 프 루이 트 테일러 빈스 Does not appear 되풀이 Does not appear
부싯돌 코이 스튜어트 "보낸 " Does not appear 되풀이 손님
건장한 캐서린 덴트 " 되감기 " Does not appear 되풀이 Does not appear
루비 도브 카메론 " 가정의 모든 안락함 " Does not appear 되풀이 Does not appear
Qovas 피터 멘사 " 악마 콤플렉스 " Does not appear 되풀이 Does not appear
마커스 벤슨 배리 샤바카 헨리 "누락 된 조각" Does not appear 되풀이 Does not appear
자코 윈스턴 제임스 프랜시스 Does not appear 되풀이 Does not appear
눈송이 브룩 윌리엄스 Does not appear 되풀이 Does not appear
팍스 Matt O'Leary Does not appear 되풀이 Does not appear
말라기 크리스토퍼 제임스 베이커 "
Kitson의 행성 대한 두려움과 혐오 "
Does not appear 되풀이 Does not appear
이젤 캐롤리나 위 드라 "Toldja" Does not appear 되풀이 Does not appear
윌프레드 "프레디"말릭 대런 바넷
닐 블 레드 소
" 뉴딜 " Does not appear 되풀이
루크 토비아스 젤리 넥 Does not appear 되풀이
다니엘 수사 엔 베르 조카이 " 외계인은 미래에서 온 커밋! " Does not appear 되풀이
무당 타마라 테일러 Does not appear 되풀이
코라 다이앤 도안 " 이후, 이전 " Does not appear 되풀이
ㅏ. ^ 시즌 5에서 Dalton은 아카이브 영상을 사용하여 에피소드 " The Real Deal " 에서 신용이없는 게스트 스타로 등장 합니다.
비. ^ 시즌 2에서 Palicki는 반복되는 게스트 스타로 시즌을 시작했습니다. 그녀는 에피소드 " Aftershocks " 와 함께 시리즈 정규로 승격되었습니다 . [삼]
S. ^ 이 캐릭터와 배우는 Agents of SHIELD : Slingshot에 등장 합니다. [4]

주인공

필 콜슨

Phillip "Phil"Coulson ( 클락 그레그가 묘사 )은 고대 외계인 시체에서 추출한 약물을 사용하여 잠재적 인 죽은 어벤저를 되살리기위한 프로젝트 TAHITI를 담당하는 SHIELD 요원이었습니다. The Avengers 에서 사망 한 Fury는 TAHITI를 사용하여 Coulson을 부활 시켰고 프로젝트에 대한 기억을 대체했습니다. Coulson은 에이전트 팀을 구성하고 이상한 새로운 사건을 다루며 전 세계를 여행합니다. 이 기간 동안 Hydra SHIELD에 침투하여 후자의 죽음을 초래 한 것으로 밝혀졌습니다 . Fury는 Coulson을 SHIELD의 새로운 이사로 만들고 그에게 대행사를 "올바른 방법"으로 재건하는 작업을 수행합니다. Coulson은 Rosalind Price와 낭만적으로 관계를 맺고그녀가 Coulson의 전직 요원 중 한 명인 Grant Ward의 손에 죽을 때까지 정부 태스크 포스. 의족의 손으로 와드의 가슴을 부수고 복수한다. 다음 의 서명 Sokovia 협정 아직도 공식적으로 죽은 컬슨은 감독 교체와 함께, SHIELD는 재 정당화된다. Framework 가상 현실에서 Coulson은 Inhumans의 위험에 대해 가르칩니다. 나중에 Phil Coulson이 Aida와의 마지막 전투에서 Ghost Rider를 갖는 부작용으로 인해 죽어 가고 있음이 발견되었습니다. 그라 비토 늄 강화 Glenn Talbot과의 마지막 전투에 이어 Coulson은 5 월과 함께 타히티에서 마지막 날을 보내기 위해 은퇴합니다.

클락 그레그

Phil Coulson은 Iron Man을 위해 만들어졌습니다 . [5] [6] 그는 MCU에 도입 된 최초의 SHIELD 에이전트였으며 여러 다른 MCU 영화와 Marvel One-Shots 에서 캐릭터를 연기 한 Gregg가 연기했습니다 . [7] 2012 New York Comic Con 에서 Gregg는 The Avengers 에서 캐릭터가 죽었음에도 불구하고 Agents of SHIELD 에서 Coulson 역으로 출연한다고 발표되었습니다 . " [8] 2013 년 4 월 Gregg는 제작자 Joss Whedon '을 찾았다 고 말했습니다. Coulson의 부활에 대한 설명은 "매혹적"이며 "일반적인 만화와 신화의 세계에 충실"합니다. [9]부활 한 쿨슨이 죽기 전과 똑같은지에 대해 그레그는 "그가 어떤 변화를 겪지 않았다면 아무 소용이 없을 것 같다"고 말했다. [9] Coulson이 SHIELD의 이사로 승진 한 후 Gregg는 "그는 꿈에 그리던 직업을 얻었습니다. 그는 자신이 주어질 것이라고는 꿈도 꾸지 않았을 것입니다. 조금만 움직여야 할 것입니다. Nick Fury와 같은 좀 더 실용적인 인물의 방향으로 조금씩 움직입니다. " [10] 3 시즌에 걸친 Coulson의 캐릭터 발전에 대해 논의, 총괄 프로듀서 Jeffrey Bell"첫 시즌 Coulson은 Ward를 이기고 어깨 너머로 던져 그를 지구로 데려와 가두었을 것입니다. 시즌 2 Coulson은 그를 물리 치고 다른 행성에 남겨두고 자신을 지키기 위해 남겨 두었을 것입니다." 시즌 3 Coulson은 시간을내어 Ward를 죽이기 위해 지구로 향하는 포털이 닫히는 동안 일시 중지되었습니다. [11]Coulson이 타히티에서 마지막 날을 보내기 위해 은퇴하는 시즌 5의 마지막 에피소드에 대해 Gregg는 "내 이해는 Phil Coulson이 더 이상 살아 있지 않다는 것입니다. 그는 다시 돌아 왔습니다. 다시 초자연적 인 방법을 사용하고 싶어요. 저는 항상 그가 여기 있으면 안된다고 생각하는 것처럼 느꼈습니다. 그가 고스트 라이더와 맺은이 거래가 사실이라는 사실에 대한 실질적인 환매는 없다고 생각합니다. 그의 시체를 죽이고. " Gregg는 또한 그를 포함시키는 데 관심이 있었기 때문에 6 시즌에 어떤 형태로든 출연하는 것에 대해 시리즈 쇼 러너와 이야기하고 있다고 언급했습니다. [12]

Sarge / Pachakutiq

Sarge (클락 그레그가 그린)는 Phil Coulson처럼 생긴 남자입니다. 같은 DNA를 가지고 있더라도 그는 외계 기생충이 소유 한 사람들을 목표로하는 임무를 수행하기 위해 Jaco, Pax, Snowflake로 구성된 용병 그룹을 지구로 이끌고 있습니다. 그런 다음 그들은 Deke Shaw의 기술 회사를 급습하여 Deke 자신을 목표로 삼았으며, Jaco와 Pax가 체포되는 동안 Sarge와 Snowflake가 메이와 함께 끝나는 것으로 끝납니다. 다른 기생충에 감염된 사람을 강제로 죽 이도록 강요받은 메이는 Sarge가 창조주를 대신하여 세계를 멸종시킨 Shrikes라는 기생충을 사냥하는 데 자신의 그룹을 이끌고있는 장수 외계인이라는 사실을 알게됩니다. 그들을 단번에 중지하십시오. Sarge와 Snowflake를 제압하고 차량을 지휘하고 Lighthouse로 돌아갈 수 있습니다. 그와 그의 그룹이 SHIELD 구금 중에있는 동안 Sarge는 Shrikes의 창조자 Izel이 자신의 행성과 가족을 파괴했다고 밝힙니다. 복수의 길로 그를 이끌었습니다. Shrike 타워를 폭파하고 Izel의 배를 차지하려는 시도에 실패한 Sarge는 SHIELD May에 구금되어 그의 감방에 나타나 Izel이 소유 한 상태에서 그를 쏜다. 회복하고 치유 한 후, Sarge는 자신의 구속에서 벗어나 디알 라스의 힘을 보유한 Gravitonium 생성기가있는 Izel과 마주합니다. Sarge는 Izel이 자신이 그녀와 같은 비 체형 세계에서 왔으며 "가족"이 그의 팀에 대한 Coulson의 기억이라고 주장 할 때 혼란스러워합니다. Sarge는 그의 진짜 이름이 Pachakutiq이고 Di'Allas의 힘에 의해 만들어지고 그와 Izel의 과거로 100 년을 보낸 Coulson의 복제 몸을 소유하고 있다는 것을 기억합니다. s 고향 행성. 그럼에도 불구하고 그는 무의식적으로 힘을 나타 내기 시작하지만 여전히 Izel의 적이라고 믿습니다. 데이지와 마주하고 그의 힘을 완전히 깨달은 후, Coulson의 흔적이 Sarge 내부에 있으며 다른 사람을 해치기 전에 죽고 싶다는 것이 밝혀졌습니다. Izel과의 싸움에서 Sarge는 자신이 누구이며 무엇인지 기억하고 May를 검으로 찌르고 그녀를 다른쪽에 보내는 신호로 보냅니다. 그런 다음 그는 자신의 진정한 모습이 드러난 Mack와 Daisy와 싸웠습니다. 메이가 반대편에서 돌아와 이젤을 칼로 찔 렀을 때 데이지는 맥이 칼로 파차 쿠 티크를 파괴 할 수 있도록 능력으로 그를 기절시켰다. Coulson의 흔적은 Sarge 내부에 있으며 다른 사람을 해치기 전에 죽고 싶다는 것을 밝혔습니다. Izel과의 싸움에서 Sarge는 자신이 누구이며 무엇인지 기억하고 May를 검으로 찌르고 그녀를 다른쪽에 보내는 신호로 보냅니다. 그런 다음 그는 자신의 진정한 모습이 드러난 Mack와 Daisy와 싸웠습니다. 메이가 반대편에서 돌아와 칼로 이젤을 찔 렀을 때 데이지는 맥이 그의 칼로 파차 쿠 티크를 파괴 할 수 있도록 그녀의 능력으로 그를 기절시켰다. Coulson의 흔적은 Sarge 내부에 있으며 다른 사람을 해치기 전에 죽고 싶다는 것을 밝혔습니다. Izel과의 싸움에서 Sarge는 자신이 누구이며 무엇인지 기억하고 May를 검으로 찌르고 그녀를 다른쪽에 보내는 신호로 보냅니다. 그런 다음 그는 자신의 진정한 모습이 드러난 Mack와 Daisy와 싸웠습니다. 메이가 반대편에서 돌아와 이젤을 칼로 찔 렀을 때 데이지는 맥이 칼로 파차 쿠 티크를 파괴 할 수 있도록 능력으로 그를 기절시켰다.

Phil Coulson (Chronicom LMD)

Izel과 Sarge가 사망 한 후 Enoch, Chronicoms 및 Simmons는 이전 LMD의 잔재와 프레임 워크에 저장된 Coulson의 기억을 사용하여 Chronicom 기술로 강화 된 Phil Coulson의 Life Model Decoy를 만들었습니다. 그 이후로 일어난 일에 대한 브리핑을받은 그는 Chronicoms의 역사 변화를 막기 위해 팀에 합류합니다. 그 과정에서 그는 Chronicom Hunters의 배를 파괴하고 팀이 새로운 몸을 만들기 전에 전력망에 마음을 구하는 등 인간이 살 수없는 손상에서 살아 남기 위해 강화 된 몸을 최대한 활용합니다. Chronicoms를 물리 치고 1 년 후 Coulson LMD는 상대방의 차인 Lola를 받고 전 세계를 여행합니다.

멜린다 메이

Melinda Qiaolian May ( Ming-Na Wen 분 )는 바레인 에서 임무를 수행 한 후 "기병대"라는 별명을 가진 SHIELD 조종사이자 무기 전문가입니다. 그녀는 불량 비인간으로부터 SHIELD 팀 전체를 구했습니다. SHIELD는 모르는 사이에 Katya Belyakov라는 어린 소녀를 살해했습니다. 몇 년이 지난 지금도이 이벤트를지나 가기 위해 고군분투하는 May는 Nick Fury의 오랜 친구이자 파트너 인 Coulson을보고 후자에게보고하고 전자에서 TAHITI 프로젝트의 잠재적 인 부작용을 찾는 데 동의합니다. Coulson이 SHIELD의 새로운 이사가되었을 때 May는 그의 두 번째 사령관으로 활동하고 시간이 지남에 따라 바레인의 사건을 지나서 Skye 와 같은 캐릭터와 가족 관계를 발전시키기 시작합니다.. 그라 비토 늄으로 강화 된 Glenn Talbot과의 싸움에 이어 May는 타히티에서의 마지막 날에 Coulson에 합류합니다. 시즌 6에서 그녀는 그 과정에서 심각한 부상을 입었지만 Sarge의 그룹과 Izel과 관련된 위협에 대처하는 데 도움을줍니다. Simmons가 시즌 7에서 그녀를 되살린 후 May 는 Chronicom과의 마지막 전투에서 Chronicom Hunters에 공감을 다운로드하기 위해 사용하는 공감 능력을 발견 합니다. 1 년 후 5 월은 플린트가 학생 중 한 명인 SHIELD의 Coulson Academy에서 교사가됩니다.

밍나 웬

Wen은 시리즈에 출연하고자하는 프로듀서들의 위시리스트의 "최전선"에 있었고, 총회 후에 그녀의 역할을 쫓았습니다. [13] : 24 Wen은 2012 년 10 월에 5 월로 캐스팅되었습니다. [14] Whedon은 원래 캐스팅 시트에 Agent Althea Rice라는 이름으로 등재 된 캐릭터를 가지고있었습니다. [15] 오랫동안 "그의 머릿속을 맴돌고 있습니다" . [16] 역할을 준비하는 과정에서 Wen은 5 월에 대해 "몇 가지 배경 이야기를 받았습니다". 그러나 청중이 이유를 모를 때 주변 사람들에게 존경받는 캐릭터를 연기하는 것이 어려웠습니다. 다른 방법으로 도전합니다 .... 나는 우리가 상처를 입었거나May의 과거가 " Melinda " 에서 공개되었을 때 Wen은 "결혼했고 Andrew와 사랑에 빠졌고 그녀는 훌륭하고 사랑하고 믿었던 직업을 가지고 있었기 때문에 그녀의 세계는 꽤 완벽했습니다."라고 설명했습니다. ... 그녀가해야 할 일을 배우고, 많은 이들의 이익을 위해 ... 그게 왜 그녀에게 충격을주고 후퇴하게 만드는지 이해할 수 있습니다. " [17] May의 셔츠는 Maria Hill 과 같은 The Avengers의 많은 SHIELD 요원들과 같은 파란색으로 , 그녀의 유니폼과 영화에서 확립 된 것과 약간의 연속성을 갖습니다. 나머지 의상은 가죽 조끼를 포함한 군용 비 행복에서 영감을 얻었으며, 전투에 도움이되는 스트레치 패널이있는 바지입니다. [18]

시리즈 초연 이후 Wen은 "그녀는 매우 관찰자이고 그녀가 2 센트를 넣고 싶을 때마다 당신이 듣고 싶고주의를 기울이는 것"이라고 캐릭터를 놀렸다. 그룹의 일부에 적응하고 다시 현장에 있습니다. " [19] SHIELD에 머무르는 5 월의 이유에 대해 Wen은 "May의 우정과 ... 충성심, 그리고 Coulson에 대한 그녀의 사랑이 [그녀를 그곳에 유지합니다]라고 설명했습니다. 낭만적 인 [사랑]이 아닐 수도 있습니다. 정말-설명하기 어렵습니다. 유대감, 그것은 깨지지 않습니다. 그리고 그녀는 Coulson을 지켜보고 그를 돌보고 그의 인생의이 시점에서 그가 필요한 모든 것을 통해 그를 도울 것입니다 ... 그녀는 그를 위해 거기에 있기를 원하고 그것이 SHIELD를 제공한다면 그것은 단지 실제로는 부작용이 더 많거나 적습니다. "Wen은 May가 Skye를 "그녀가 팀의 일원으로 원하지 않았고 Coulson이 왜 그녀를 원했는지 이해하지 못한 사람"이 Skye를 원하는 것으로 생각하면서 Skye와의 관계를 발전 시켰다고 인정했습니다. 그녀가 될 수있는 최고의 요원이 되십시오. " Skye가 비인간적이라는 사실을 알게 된 Wen은 "자녀 나 딸이 통제력을 잃거나 확신 할 수없는 상황이나 사람들에 연루되는 것과 같습니다. 더 이상 통제권이 없습니다. 무서워. 스카이가 알려지지 않은 독립 체가 되려면 메이는 여전히 희망을 품고 있습니다. 그녀와 함께하는 훈련이 그녀의 새로운 힘을 제어하는 ​​데 도움이되기를 바라지 만, 당신은 결코 알지 못합니다. 때로는 힘이 다른 모든 것을 압도합니다. " [21]

웬은 메이가 전남편 앤드류가 비인간적 인 살인자 래쉬가 된 것을 어떻게 다루 었는지에 대해 "그는 자신이 통제 할 수없는 일이라는 것을 이해하게되었습니다. 배신은 그에게 일어난 일에 대한 정보를 그녀와 공유하지 않을 수도 있습니다. . 나는 그녀가 어떤면에서 그가 겁을 먹었고 그들의 관계를 보호하려고 노력했고 잘못된 이유로 모든 일을했다는 것을 알고 있다고 생각합니다. 궁극적으로 메이 요원은 래쉬와 앤드류에 관해서는 일종의 폐쇄라고 생각합니다. 이 시점에서 그녀는 모든 에너지를 SHIELD에 다시 집중시키고 Coulson의 곁에있는 것입니다. 그녀가 가장 편한 곳입니다. " [22]Wen은 계속해서 May를 "전통적이지 않은 모성"이라고 설명했습니다. 그녀는 Simmons를 돌보고 있으며 자신을 보호 할 수 있어야한다고 정말로 믿고 있습니다. 그녀는 가족의 안녕에 대해 매우 걱정하고 있습니다. " [23]

제 40 회 피플스 초이스 어워드 에서 '신작 TV 시리즈 좋아하는 여배우 ', 제 29 회 키즈 초이스 어워드 에서 '좋아하는 여자 TV 스타-패밀리 쇼' 후보에 올랐다 . [24] [25] Wen은 또한 2015 년 4 월 12 일 주에 TVLine 의 "Performer of the Week"로 선정되었습니다. "Melinda"에서 그녀의 공연, 특히 플래시백 시퀀스에서 5 월을 묘사 한 공연으로 선정되었습니다. [26]

그랜트 워드

정치인의 아들 인 그랜트 더글러스 워드 ( 브렛 달튼이 그린 )는 자라면서 부모와 형 크리스티안에게 학대를 당했다. 집을 불 태워서 크리스천을 죽이려고 시도한 그랜트는 SHIELD 내의 히드라 이중 요원 인 존 개렛을 만난다 . 그는 그랜트를 숙련 된 요원으로 훈련시킨다. 나중에 Coulson의 팀에 그룹의 근육 및 습식 작업으로 지정됨전문가 인 그랜트는 그 조직이 세상에 공개되었을 때 히드라로 외출되고, 개럿이 사망 한 후 SHIELD의 포로가됩니다. 그의 전 팀 동료 인 스카이와 사랑에 빠진 그랜트는 구금에서 탈출하고 분명히 크리스천과 부모를 죽이고 잠입합니다. 스카이가 아버지를 만날 수 있도록 히드라. 그럼에도 불구하고 Skye는 Ward를 켜고 그를 쏘고, 그는 낭만적 인 관계를 발전시키는 전 SHIELD 에이전트 Kara Palamas의 도움으로 만 탈출합니다. 그는 5 월로 변장 한 동안 실수로 팔라 마를 죽이고 SHIELD를 비난하며 이제 리더가없는 히드라를 인수하기로 결정합니다. 히드라의 이전 지도자, 기드온 Malick 중 하나를 맺는, 워드는 고대 비인간적의 검색에 외계 행성에 포털을 통해 여행 하이브하지만 그곳에서 Coulson에 의해 살해당했습니다. 이를 통해 Hive는 Ward의 본문을 호스트로 사용할 수 있습니다.

Holden Radcliffe가 만든 프레임 워크 에서 그는 Johnson의 남자 친구이자 동료 Hydra 에이전트입니다. 그는 빅토리아 핸드의 영입으로 인해 현재 비인간 저항을 위해 일하는 이중 요원으로 밝혀졌습니다 .

브렛 달튼

Dalton은 2012 년 11 월에 캐스팅되었습니다. [27] 시리즈의 개념에서 Grant Ward가 배신자로 결정되었습니다. 총괄 프로듀서 Jed Whedon 은 "[ Captain America : The Winter Soldier 의 사건은] 침투 기반으로 엄청난 규모의 배신에 대해 우리는 그것을 작은 규모로 갖고 싶었고 마음에 정말 개인적인 단검이되기를 원했습니다. " [28] [29] Ward의 초기 의상은 Jason BourneEthan Hunt 에서 영감을 얻었습니다. 그의 외모는 순전히 기능에 기반을두고 있으며 그의 진지한 태도를 반영하기 위해 음소거 된 색상 팔레트를 사용했습니다. [18]Ward가 Hydra로 외출되어 SHIELD의 포로가 된 후 Dalton은 캐릭터의 수염을 기르며 SHIELD는 죄수에게 면도칼을 제공하지 않을 것이라고 설명했습니다. "그래서 나는 수염이 있고 수염도 가질 수 있다는 것을 알게되었습니다. 일종의 사악한 의미입니다. " [30] 오스틴 리옹은 젊은 와드를 묘사합니다. [31]

제가받은 것은 워드가 아닌 방식으로 더 복잡하고, 더 흥미롭고, 더 위험하고, 더 무서운 누군가를 연기 할 수있는 엄청난 기회라고 생각합니다. 두 가지 다른 캐릭터를 플레이하게됩니다.

-그의 캐릭터의 이중 요원 상태에 대한 정보를받은 달튼. [32]

Dalton은 그가 시리즈에 처음 등장했을 때 Ward를 "매우 신뢰할 만하고 소매를 걷어 올리고 무거운 짐을 싣고 권위에 의문을 제기하지 않은 사람"이라고 묘사했습니다. 책에 의한 위험 평가자입니다. . 결국 Ward가 Hydra 사기꾼이라는 것이 밝혀졌지만 Dalton은 SHIELD 팀과 구축 한 캐릭터의 관계가 반드시 진짜가 아니라는 것을 의미하지는 않는다고 언급했습니다. 잠복하는 것은 다른 캐릭터가 그를 신뢰하도록 경비를 내려 놓는 것을 의미하기 때문입니다. , 그의 은밀한 동기에도 불구하고 그러한 관계에 자신을 열었습니다. [32]

Garrett의 죽음 이후, "누가 그에게 무엇을 해야할지 말하지 않고 [Grant Ward]는 누구입니까?"라는 질문을 받았습니다. Dalton은 "그는 명령을 정말 잘 따를 수 있습니다. 그는 힘든 선택을 할 수 있으며, 자신이 믿는다 고 느끼는 이름으로 때때로 불쾌한 일을 할 수 있습니다.하지만 ... Ward가 그 질문에 스스로 답하십시오. " Dalton은이 캐릭터를 '와일드 카드'라고 불렀습니다. 그는 Hydra가 아닌 아버지 인물로서 Garrett에게 충성 스러웠 기 때문에 "그는 팀보다는 팀 동료에 더 가깝습니다." [30] 나중에 "정말 좋은 사람이 아닙니다. 별로 나쁜 사람도 아니고 SHIELD에 다시 들어 가려고하는 것도 아니고 Hydra에 들어 가려고하는 것도 아니에요 그는 정말로 자신의 길을 가고 있습니다. Ward와 Palamas의 관계를 설명하면서 Dalton은 다음과 같이 말했습니다.

그들이 처음이 관계를 시작했을 때, 나는 그들이 명령을 따라 비슷한 것을 경험하고 누군가가 그들에게 무엇을 해야할지 말하지 않을 때 자신이 누구인지 모르는 자신을 발견하는 두 사람이라고 생각했습니다 .... 그러나 그것은 정말로 발전했습니다. 그것보다 훨씬 더 복잡한 것으로. 거기에는 교사와 학생의 관계뿐만 아니라 진정으로 낭만적 인 관계처럼 보이는 관계도 있습니다. 조종석에서 우리를 정말 사랑스럽고, 우리 주변의 모든 사람들을 아프게 만들고 있습니다. 어떤면에서 우리는 쇼의 다른 모든 역 동성 중에서 가장 건강한 관계를 맺고 있습니다. Ward는 사랑스런 사람이 아니기 때문에 무언가를 말하는 것입니다. 그가 지금 가장 안정적인 관계에 있다는 것이 흥미 롭습니다. [34]

워드가 시즌 2 피날레에서 실수로 팔라 마를 죽였을 때, Dalton은 "이것은 깊고 오래가는 방식으로 그에게 영향을 미칩니다. 거기에는 인류의 파편이 있었고 항상 그가 구속 될 수 있다는 가능성과 생각이있었습니다."라고 말했습니다. .이 관계에 투자 된 모든 시간과 노력과 에너지 끝에 카라가 사망 한 후 (실제로는 내 손에 달려 있음) 카라가 그를 돌립니다. 그의 눈에서 볼 수 있습니다 ....이 모든 종결이 계속 이어지고 있습니다. 이 세상에는 달성해야 할 폐쇄가 너무나도 많습니다. 그가 고치고 싶은 불공평 함이 너무 많습니다. 그래서 우리는 결단력이 있고 자신이 누구인지 알고있는 사람을 봅니다. 좋아, 나를 나쁜 놈이라고 부르고 싶다면 내가 나쁜 놈이야. ' " [35]

" Maveth " 에서 Ward가 제공하는 독백에 대해 Dalton은 일부 시청자가 Ward가 "그 시점에서 다시 태어나고 독실한, 로커를 벗어난 사람"이라고 생각한다고 언급했지만 Dalton은 그가 실제로 복수보다 더 큰 무언가와이 모든 작은 감정이 있다는 것을 느끼는 Ward는 실제로 그가 속해있는 더 큰 무언가가 있습니다. " [36] 에피소드 후반에 Ward가 사망 한 후 Bell은 작가가 캐릭터를 구속하는 것을 고려한 적이 있는지에 대해 논의했습니다. , 그들은 용서를 구하거나 구속 받기를 원합니다 ....Dalton은 프레임 워크에서 Ward를 묘사하기 위해 네 번째 시즌에 시리즈로 돌아 왔습니다. [37] Dalton은이 능력으로 캐릭터로 돌아와 "그랜트 워드가 마땅히 받아야 할 영웅 아크를 드디어 얻을 수 있었다"고 느꼈습니다. [38]

Dalton은 2014 Teen Choice Awards 에서 'Male Breakout Star'를 수상했습니다 . [39] Grant Ward의 캐릭터는 소셜 미디어 에서 해시 태그 "StandWithWard"를 자주 사용하는 "Ward Warriors"로 알려진 그룹과 함께 팬을 확보했습니다 . Dalton은 사람들이 "그가 무엇을하든 Ward와 함께 서있는 것 같다 .... 그가가는 곳마다이 캐릭터를 따르는 것처럼 보이는 사람들이 있다는 사실에 놀랐습니다. 제 생각에 그것은 훌륭합니다 .... 쇼에 나오는 그와 같은 캐릭터라면 마블 캐논에서도 말할 것입니다. " 팔라 마스는 이들 팬들에 대한 "외침"으로 달튼이 "팬들에 대한 증거"라고 불렀던 2 시즌 피날레에서 "나는 항상 와드와 함께 할 것"이라고 말했다.[40]

Hive

Hive (from Latin: Alveus) is one of the first Inhumans, a parasite who can connect with and control the minds of other Inhumans and feed off of or possess humans. Created by the Kree from a Mayan hunter (portrayed by Jason Glover) to lead their Inhuman army against mankind, Hive ultimately incited a rebellion, uniting humans and Inhumans to drive the Kree from Earth. Soon, a faction of Hive's followers who feared his power banished him through a portal to the planet Maveth, where he destroyed an entire civilization over centuries. He eventually only survived on human sacrifices sent through the portal by followers, and their descendants, still loyal to him—Hydra. Hive escapes back through the portal in modern times by possessing the body of Grant Ward. He retains the memories of all the bodies he has inhabited, including now Hydra leader Gideon Malick's brother Nathaniel, and punishes Gideon for causing Nathaniel's sacrifice by murdering his daughter Stephanie, before taking control of Johnson, who Ward was in love with, and using her to kill Gideon. Hive then takes steps to recreate the original Kree experiment that made him, planning to use a warhead to spread a pathogen around the world and transform all humans into Primitive Inhumans. He is destroyed when S.H.I.E.L.D. traps him in a quinjet with the warhead and detonates it in space.

What's so great about [Ward] is, he started off as one of the good guys, as one of the original team. Here we are, coming full circle, with him being on the completely opposite side of that. He's not just one of the bad guys—he's the bad guy!...I feel like I've gotten to do three characters.

—Dalton on transitioning to the role of Hive for the third season.[41]

Based on the Hive, "a genetic experiment created by Hydra" in the Secret Warriors comic,[42] Hive possesses the corpses of first Will Daniels and then Grant Ward in the show, with Dillon Casey and Brett Dalton portraying the reanimated bodies, respectively.[43] Jason Glover briefly appears as Hive's original human form,[44] while Dalton portrays Hive's true, CGI-created Inhuman form through motion capture.[45] On having Hive possess Ward's body, Whedon explained that Ward has "been the baddie for a while and I thought it was a nice way to escalate this character....there’s still memories in there. So there’s still an aspect of the man we came to love to hate in there, but we wanted to give it some extra juice and we wanted to give Brett one more challenge where he has to change his character."[22]

Hive's true form, as portrayed by Dalton through motion capture

Dalton aimed to emulate Meryl Streep's character in The Devil Wears Prada, who never spoke above "a conversational level...She didn't pound on her chest and make sure everybody knew that she's powerful, she just was."[46] Dalton also changed his voice to represent the memories of Will Daniels and Nathaniel Malick "just a little bit. I tried to change my voice in there, I tried to change even my level of expression in there because I was supposed to be channeling somebody else entirely coming through."[47][48] Dalton called the coat that Hive wears later in the third season "iconic and timeless", noting that "fashion wasn't on the forefront of [Ward's] mind", while Hive is more theatrical, "colorful without having to do much."[46]

Hive's ultimate goal is "connection", with Dalton saying, "all these Inhumans have a purpose. Hive finds his purpose has to do with somehow connecting all of the Inhumans. What we see is Hive's attempt to fulfill what he thinks is his destiny...this desperate need to connect.[41] Gregg called Hive "the perfect villain for this show because he carries with him the memories, desire, hatreds and agendas of Will and of Grant Ward. At the same time, he’s got a much deeper, bigger agenda that’s thousands of years old, and gave birth to Hydra."[22] Dalton described him as a "survivor" who "does not think small. This person has been around for way too long to think in anything other than global terms." He saw this as a fundamental difference between the character and Ward, who "just becomes single minded and is hellbent on one thing at a time....Hive is the opposite. He sees every move on the chess board. That's what we're seeing in terms of Hive's thinking. It is about a new world order of sorts." On how much influence the memories of those whose bodies Hive inhabits have on the character, Dalton said, "It's the motivations...you're seeing a flash of it. It's almost like seeing your kid. There are flashes of you in there...but then again, it's not me."[47]

Dalton realized that Hive would not be on the show for long when he took the part, with "the big, big bad" less likely to last as long as an "anti-hero" like Ward.[49] On Hive's final scene in the third-season finale, Dalton noted that there would have been no point in the character doing anything other than reflect: "It's like looking into a fire. Somehow the truth comes out. You're looking at the Earth, man. It's so far away. And you'll get a perspective on things. For Hive, he was trying to change that entire thing and everyone who was on there....I think there's a great deal of remorse [that he was not] able to achieve that connection and do all the things that [he] wanted to do. But there was also an acceptance."[50]

Skye / Daisy Johnson / Quake

Daisy Johnson (portrayed by Chloe Bennet) was born in China to Calvin Johnson and his Inhuman wife Jiaying, but was soon taken by S.H.I.E.L.D. agents and raised as an orphan by nuns. Taking the name "Skye", she became a skilled hacktivist, opposing organizations like S.H.I.E.L.D. This led to her involvement with Coulson, who decided to recruit her, and have Ward, and then May, train her to be a formidable field agent. After reuniting with her father, Skye chooses to drive him away, knowing him to be a monster and murderer, though his wishes for her to fulfill her destiny—by unlocking her Inhuman abilities—are granted when she unintentionally comes into contact with the Terrigen Mists, which give her earthquake-generating abilities. Skye soon meets Jiaying, who helps Skye control her abilities. Skye's loyalties are tested when Jiaying attempts to start a war with S.H.I.E.L.D., and she ultimately sides with S.H.I.E.L.D. Now using her birth name, Johnson forms a S.H.I.E.L.D. team of Inhumans named the Secret Warriors. After briefly being connected to Hive, and watching Lincoln Campbell, with whom she developed a romantic relationship, sacrifice himself for her, Johnson leaves S.H.I.E.L.D. and becomes known as the powered vigilante "Quake" to the public. She later returns to S.H.I.E.L.D. following the fight with Eli Morrow in season five. While traveling through time to stop the Chronicoms from changing history in season seven, she enters a relationship with Agent Daniel Sousa and discovers she had a half-sister, Kora, who died in the original timeline. After helping an alternative timeline version of Kora join the team, Daisy continues to work with her and Sousa one year after defeating the Chronicoms.

Chloe Bennet

Daisy Johnson was created by Brian Michael Bendis and Gabriele Dell'Otto for Secret War #2.[51] When the character of Skye was introduced to the series, it was always intended that she would be the MCU version of Johnson, as executive producer Maurissa Tancharoen explained, "there are always the series of clearances, but we always knew we wanted to evolve Skye into something else. Daisy Johnson was the main character that we wanted to go for. We got confirmation on that very early on, so we’ve been on that track ever since."[52] Bennet was cast as Skye in December 2012,[53] out of more than 400 actresses who auditioned for the role.[54] Tancharoen stated, "With Skye, we were going for the hot girl that every guy wants to hang out with and every girl sort of wants to be". Bennet described herself as "technologically inept", striving to learn the terms necessary to portray Skye, as she is proficient with technology. Bennet also began taking boxing lessons to prepare for the part.[13]:25 Unlike the comic version, Skye is an Inhuman; Jed Whedon explained that "We’ve created a different origin for her...we merged those two ideas together also because there are such rabid fans out there that if we stick to original story points from the comics, they will smell story points from miles away. Those two factors led us to coming up with a different notion of how she got her powers."[52] During a single-shot fight sequence in "The Dirty Half Dozen", Bennet broke her arm and finished the second season without wearing a cast.[55]

Skye's initial costume design was intended to keep her relatable, with inspiration coming from street style blogs,[18] but as she became a more experienced S.H.I.E.L.D. agent in the second season, she received a more tactical outfit.[56] For the third season, Bennet cut her hair to further her character's transformation to Daisy Johnson, as she is portrayed in the comics, though she did not cut her hair as short as her comic counterpart; Bennet explained that "the comic book version of Daisy Johnson has very short, Miley Cyrus-esque hair. We wanted to stay true to the comic book character fans love; I wanted to please them but also make sure there was still some movement and length and sexiness in the hair."[57] Bennet also received a superhero costume for the third season, again bringing the character closer to the version in the comics.[55] Foley felt that "one of the most important things was that the symbol be incorporated into her costume but especially onto the gauntlets, And it’s also on the back of her suit, which was a fun little touch that we added. As far as the silhouette, we wanted to stay true to the comics and pay tribute to those original designs. I also wanted to incorporate the gold color that I’ve seen in some of the illustrations of her suit throughout the comics, which is why we have the gold lines that we see on the suit. Finally, for me personally, I wanted a nod to her tactical look from last season, so if you look at the style lines around the top of the costume, you will see that they’re similar to her tactical hood from Season 2." The suit was "made out of printed EuroJersey, which works well for these costumes because it’s a four-way stretch that gives Chloe the ability to move and do her stunts... But there is a lot more leather in her suit than in some of the others." Legacy Effects created Johnson's iconic gauntlets from the comics, making them "out of flexible materials painted to look like metal" so as not to injure anyone during stunts.[56]

Bennet, talking about Skye's commitment to S.H.I.E.L.D., stated that "I think at the beginning she came into S.H.I.E.L.D. thinking it was this government-run, CIA-type thing, where they’re not for the people and their motives were not good ones. But throughout the [first] season, being on the team and seeing what was happening, she really got to know why S.H.I.E.L.D. is there. It really is to protect people, and the intention behind the organization is pure....I think she finds a parallel between S.H.I.E.L.D. and Coulson, and I think that’s why she’s committed to it so deeply." Elaborating on this, Bennet said "she’s always had this unspoken bond with Coulson that’s a very father/daughter relationship where clearly the love they have for each other is evident in a very caring way."

Going into the second season, Bennet noted on the character, "I think she’s always someone who will wear her heart on her sleeve, but I think she’s much smarter about it now, if that makes any sense. I don’t think she’s the type of person who can halfass anything, and that includes emotions. If she feels something, she feels something. But she knows how to control it more".[58] Talking about the changes to the character after it was revealed that she was Daisy Johnson and an Inhuman, Tancharoen said "With this discovery will come some consequences, especially in her relationships with everyone around her, specifically Coulson...Needless to say, it’s going to be a very complex, emotional journey for her. We have the ability on a television show to really explore the emotional journey of that. What does that mean now that she has this ability? Does she even want it?"[52] Explaining some of these changes in the character, Bennet stated that "I make sure to try to keep the season one Daisy weaved through the new, badass Daisy....[but] she's changed a lot. She went into S.H.I.E.L.D. hating organizations like S.H.I.E.L.D., and now she's the epitome of S.H.I.E.L.D. She believes in everything that they believe in."[59]

Discussing the character becoming leader of the Secret Warriors, Bennet said, "What makes her such a good leader is how much she's been through, so she can relate to everyone on the team and she really has so much empathy and that's what I love about playing her. She really genuinely cares about everyone so deeply and it wears heavily on her because she obviously went through this big Inhuman change...And so what I think makes her such a good kind of...unconventional leader is that she's really kind of still learning and I think that's so realistic that leaders are—it's almost like when you grow up and you realize that your parents are just humans, parenting." Wen noted how the character "has evolved from being so anti-establishment into suddenly being someone who wants to create an establishment that would help and enhance the betterment of the world", to which Bennet said, "she was lost for a really long time, she was an orphan and she wanted to find her parents and all of a sudden she does and it's not what she expected. You know, when your mom tries to kill you and your dad is Hyde. So she's kind of grown into this."[23]

Entering the fourth season, Bennet felt that, after the events of the final episode of season three, Johnson was "in a darker place. She's mourning. She cares about the team so much that she feels like she is protecting them by kind of pushing them away, because I think she feel like everything bad happens around her and she can't help but cause problems. Her way of taking care of the people she cares about is kind of pushing them away, which... is not the best thing." She also added that physically, Johnson would not be in great shape, since she is no longer under S.H.I.E.L.D.'s monitoring "containing and helping me grow my powers" so there would be "repercussions of her kind of using these powers and... abusing her body".[60]

Bennet received nominations for 'Favorite TV Actress' and 'Favorite Female TV Star – Family Show' at the 28th and 29th Kids' Choice Awards, respectively.[25][61]

Leo Fitz

Leopold "Leo" James Fitz (portrayed by Iain De Caestecker) is brought on to Coulson's team as an engineering and weapons technology specialist, and provides tech support for the team throughout the first season. He has a close bond with Agent Simmons, the two having graduated from the S.H.I.E.L.D. academy together. At the end of the first season, he confesses his feelings to Simmons before nearly dying in an attempt to save her. Left with severe brain damage, Fitz struggles with technology and speech, but over time becomes a full member of the team again. When his consciousness is submerged in the Framework, Fitz becomes "The Doctor", Hydra's remorseless second-in-command, and has a relationship with Madame Hydra. The experience changes him; retaining his memories of this other life and leaving him haunted by his past actions. After Enoch sends his team to the future via a Monolith, he helps Fitz get there in a cyro-stasis pod before helping them return to the present, after which Fitz and Simmons get married. During the final battle against a gravitonium-enhanced Glenn Talbot, Fitz is fatally injured. As Daisy and Simmons lead the search for the cryogenically frozen Fitz in space, Enoch releases him prematurely when they come under attack. They eventually reunite with Simmons, but the Chronicoms capture them and force them to figure out time travel. However, Enoch rescues them and helps them build a time machine so they can save their friends and stop the Chronicoms from changing history. One year later, Fitz and Simmons retire from S.H.I.E.L.D. so they can raise their daughter, Alya.

Iain De Caestecker

De Caestecker was cast as Fitz in November 2012.[62] The producers had been aware of De Caestecker from his work on the BBC Three series The Fades. Originally, Fitz was envisioned to have a more cocky personality, and morphed into the "insecure genius" once De Caestecker was cast.[13]:26 Following injuries the character receives at the end of the first season, the series began to deal with brain trauma, as De Caestecker explained "From the get-go, before I even knew about it, the writers had the idea, and they did a lot of research in it with doctors. When I found out about it, I did my own research and correlated it together. It's just something that should never be trivialized. It's a real and serious thing to a lot of people, brain trauma, so we just have to constantly be respectful towards it. We talk about it all the time. Even if you don't see it or it's not obvious, it's always something that's in our heads that we're keeping going. It's the realization that you never get fully better, it's about embracing the new side of you and making that work in the world that you're in. I suppose the idea of a cure—I don't know if that could happen."[63] For Fitz's costume design, Foley tried to have his clothes reflect his personality, without "getting too cliché...we try and play up his "heritage style"...using classic design details on him like paisley & leather elbow patches and mixing them with different plaids."[18]

De Caestecker, in describing the character, said that "Fitz has got this funny kind of temper. He’s quite passionate about what he does. So those moments where—I don’t think he’s someone that really responds very quickly to emotion; he doesn’t really understand emotions as much".[64] Fitz has a lot of interaction with Simmons in the series, with De Caestecker explaining "My character, he’s Engineering, so he’s on the computer and tech side of everything. He’s consumed within that world, and he works very closely with Simmons, who’s Biochem. They’ve got this kind of weird chemistry together, and they just kind of fit each other in a very weird way."[65] Regarding the changing dynamic over time between Fitz and Simmons, De Caestecker said "I suppose what's happened from the start of season two up to mid-season is, they've become a lot stronger as individuals, I think. But I think they still care for and need each other a lot, and they also work better together when they are together. But I think there's a lot of things that have still been unsaid and will hopefully come out, certain confrontations that are still bubbling under."[63]

Despite being announced as a main cast member for the seventh season,[66][67] De Caestecker does not appear in the first ten episodes,[68] as he was working on another project when the season started filming.[69] He first appears in flashback sequences in "Brand New Day",[70] receiving special guest star credit for his appearance.[71]

De Caestecker was named TVLine's "Performer of the Week" for the week of September 27, 2015, for his performance in "Laws of Nature", particularly the episode's final scene.[72]

The Doctor

In the fourth season, when Fitz's consciousness is submerged in the Framework, a virtual reality created by Holden Radcliffe,[73] he becomes "The Doctor", also known as Leopold, Hydra's remorseless second-in-command, and has a relationship with Aida, who now goes by Ophelia / Madame Hydra.[74] After taking the position of Head of Hydra following Aida's incapacitation, he creates for Aida a machine to become a real person and is forced out of the Framework by S.H.I.E.L.D.,[75] after which point Fitz is traumatized from his behavior there as The Doctor.

Due to multiple stressful factors across separate timelines in the fifth and sixth seasons, Fitz experiences a psychic split that enables his "Doctor" personality from the Framework to temporarily resurface. In the first timeline Fitz, on their orders, proceeds to dissect Daisy Johnson, while in the second timeline, The Doctor falls in love with the id of Jemma Simmons.[76]

Jemma Simmons

Jemma Anne Simmons (portrayed by Elizabeth Henstridge) is brought on to Coulson's team as a life sciences (both human and alien) specialist, and has a close bond with Agent Fitz, the two having graduated from the S.H.I.E.L.D. academy together. She grows to mistrust all things alien and superhuman, but shows her loyalty to Coulson despite this when they are faced with the rival S.H.I.E.L.D. faction. Following the fight against the Inhumans, Simmons is absorbed by the Kree monolith, a portal to the alien planet Maveth. There, she falls in love with Will Daniels, who sacrifices himself so she can return to Earth. Simmons eventually moves on from Daniels and begins a relationship with Fitz and eventually marries him. After Fitz is killed, Simmons partook in the mission to find the preserved body that Enoch had. They temporarily reunited before the Chronicoms kidnapped them to force them to figure out time travel so they can save their home planet. However, Enoch rescues them and helps them save their friends before building a time machine to help them stop the Chronicoms from changing history. Following the mission's success, Fitz and Simmons retire from S.H.I.E.L.D. to raise their daughter, Alya.

Elizabeth Henstridge

Henstridge was also cast in November 2012.[62] The character was originally envisioned as the "nagging worrywart" on the team, but changed when Henstridge brought an enthusiasm to the role the producers were looking for.[13]:27 She described her character as "a biochem expert. She’s young and hungry and she’s a great woman to play because she’s intelligent and focused and curious and she doesn’t apologize for it. She’s got a wonderful relationship with Fitz. They kind of bounce off each other."[77] After the reveal during the season two premiere that Fitz was just imagining Simmons in the episode, Henstridge explained that the showrunners "tell you what you need to know to act your scenes, but anything after that, you never know."[78] For Simmons' costume design, Foley tried to have her clothes reflect her personality, without "getting too cliché...we mix the hard with the soft—we combine the feminine elements like peter pan collars, silk blouses and florals with the masculine touches like ties".[18] Ava Marielle portrays a younger Simmons.

Henstridge talked about the characters of Fitz and Simmons being separated over the course of the series, noting that they have "never been without each other. When you see them without each other, that brings a whole new dynamic just to them as characters in discovering what it's like to have to be independent".[79] On Simmons' guilt over Fitz's brain damage, Henstridge said "She feels a huge amount of guilt. There’s a lot of emotions happening. A lot of it revolves around Fitz and Ward. She feels a lot of anger and resentment at the situation. When something catastrophic happens to someone you love, or a situation arises that affects people you love the most, if that’s the first time you’ve been in that position, you never really know what to do."[78] As this relationship developed through the second season, Henstridge said, "I don't think they fully realize the implication of how far apart they are. There's so much hurt there. I don't think they realize what they're sacrificing by not figuring this out."[62] Talking about the harsher side of Simmons seen later in the second season, after the reveal of the Inhumans and the subsequent death of Agent Triplett, Henstridge explained that at the beginning of the series, Simmons was "very mathematical" but throughout the first season "understood that it was more about human relationships and what it means to save someone's life". Now, "she's had a traumatic event and she's gone straight back to what she knows of trying to make everything black and white", and so "It makes sense [to her] if there are these people—call them what you want; Inhumans—that cause destruction, and you can get rid of them, then they won't be a destruction [sic] anymore....Of course it isn't" that simple.[62]

After Simmons is trapped on the planet Maveth for six months, she becomes "profoundly different", with Henstridge describing her as "definitely still her essence—she doesn’t just completely change. But she’s been through so much. She’s hardened. She’s had to face things that she never would’ve imagined, also by herself without Fitz, so she’s definitely changed, stronger and kind of damaged."[80] Describing the relationship that Simmons develops with Daniels on the planet, and comparing it to that with Fitz, Henstridge said, "It's very visceral. It's more primal and intense. That just comes from having to survive in a hostile environment, only having each other on the whole planet. The stakes are always so high, so it's more physical than her relationship with Fitz. FitzSimmons is a slow burn that's taken years and years, and they connected over intellect, whereas her and Will, it's an "us against the world" kind of thing."[81] After Daniels dies and Simmons eventually moves on with Fitz, the latter two are shown consummating their relationship after several seasons worth of build up. "We imagine they spend the morning after laughing a lot about what just happened," said Whedon and Tancharoen, "We want their relationship to feel like their friendship did, because all the best relationships are just that. So moving forward, while this change in their friendship would hopefully only deepen their connection, it is bound also to make things a bit more complicated."[82]

Henstridge was named TVLine's "Performer of the Week" for the week of October 25, 2015, for her performance in "4,722 Hours", particularly for carrying the episode herself.[83]

Lance Hunter

Lance Hunter (portrayed by Nick Blood), an SAS lieutenant turned mercenary, joins post-Hydra S.H.I.E.L.D. at the request of Coulson following a recommendation from his ex-wife Bobbi Morse. Despite a tumultuous relationship with Morse, Hunter becomes a full-time S.H.I.E.L.D. agent, and risks his life to save her when she is kidnapped. Following an incident in Russia involving the near-assassination of Prime Minister Olshenko, Hunter and Morse decide to disavow themselves from S.H.I.E.L.D. to protect Coulson and the team. Hunter continues doing mercenary work, with Fitz eventually reaching out for Hunter to free him from General Hale's base while posing as a lawyer. Hunter helps Fitz rescue Coulson and the team when they are transported to 2091 where their trail led them to Enoch.

Nick Blood

Lance Hunter, created by Gary Friedrich as the British version of Nick Fury for Captain Britain Weekly,[84] was confirmed in September 2014 to be a member of the principal cast for the second season.[85] Blood was announced as cast at the 2014 San Diego Comic Con, where the character was described as not a S.H.I.E.L.D. agent, but a mercenary.[86] On his character joining the cast, Blood explained that "each different character, the original characters, has a different kind of response to [Hunter]. Generally I think they’re slightly wary, a little bit suspicious, [but also] a little bit amused by him. Because the nice thing about him coming into this group is that Lance doesn’t really care that much of what people think of him. So he’s very much himself and very comfortable in it. He doesn’t bow down to the etiquette of the S.H.I.E.L.D. hierarchy."[87]

Talking about Hunter's integration into the team following an offer from Coulson to become a full-time agent, Blood said, "I feel Hunter probably feels very independent, still, so I don't think he would like to admit that he's not an outsider, that he's a part of it....He doesn't have too much respect for authority and titles, particularly in this world, but I think he takes each decision as it comes. If Coulson does something he respects, that's all good. If he doesn't, he's going to say something. But I think he sees that [Coulson is] trying to do the right thing, and he's got a lot of respect for him in that sense". Also, on Hunter's on-again, off-again relationship with Morse, Blood said, "I think the dynamic's great. I think it's really good and there is a lot of truth in it of those relationships you have where it's kind of, "can't live with each other, can't kill each other," and that sort of thing."[88] After Hunter kills a man in "A Wanted (Inhu)man", Blood said, "I think that’s probably newer for the audience than it is for Hunter. I think Hunter, in his past, has probably done some morally questionable acts....not to say he’s ever been a vicious, vindictive, or immoral person. I think he’s just kind of straddled that line between right and wrong."[89]

Blood left the series following the season three episode "Parting Shot" to star in the spin-off show Marvel's Most Wanted.[90] As that series was not picked up in May 2016,[91] it was announced in September 2017 that Blood would return to Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D during season five.[92] On where Hunter's been when he returns to help Fitz get to 2091 to rescue Coulson and the team, Blood said, "he’s been up his usual tricks, doing some mercenary work and bickering with Bobbi…. He doesn’t necessarily have access to all the bells-and-whistles and gadgetry that S.H.I.E.L.D. did, so he has to use his charm and his wit to break down doors, and call in a few favors from his dodgy friends".[93]

Bobbi Morse

Barbara "Bobbi" Morse (portrayed by Adrianne Palicki) is Hunter's ex-wife and an agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. A founding member of the "real S.H.I.E.L.D." after disobeying Fury's orders to save hundreds of S.H.I.E.L.D. lives, she infiltrates Coulson's group for reconnaissance. Coulson sends her undercover within Hydra, where she gave up the location of Agent 33 rather than risk the lives of many other S.H.I.E.L.D. agents. She later agrees, along with her fellow "real S.H.I.E.L.D." leaders, to combine their faction with Coulson's. Ward then kidnaps her in an attempt to force her to confess to giving up 33 to Hydra, but when Morse is unrepentant, Ward sets a trap for Hunter which will see him killed in front of her. Morse takes the bullet for Hunter, barely surviving. Following an incident in Russia involving the near-assassination of Prime Minister Olshenko, Morse and Hunter decide to disavow themselves from S.H.I.E.L.D. to protect Coulson and the team.

Adrianne Palicki

At the 2014 San Diego Comic Con, the character of Bobbi Morse / Mockingbird, who was first introduced in Astonishing Tales #6 by Gerry Conway, was revealed to be appearing in the second season.[86][94] That August, Palicki was cast as Morse in a guest role, to appear in the episode "A Hen in the Wolf House", but with the potential to return.[95] Palicki, a comic fan, was approached by the showrunners specifically for the part, and at first hesitated to take the role, thinking "I will never be able to play another Marvel character if I go forward in this role." Palicki already had martial arts and gun training, but had to learn to use the character's signature arnis sticks, and noted similarities between Morse's fighting style and that of Scarlett Johansson's Black Widow from the MCU films.[96] Palicki was promoted to series regular with the season two episode "Aftershocks".[3]

In approaching Morse's costume, Foley "looked at all of her comic appearances and really wanted to try to bring elements of the look from the comics into the costume that we're doing now for the show...but we had to change it, obviously, for practicality, because it had to fit into our world. It had to have a kind of tactical feeling to it too so that it made sense in our universe. She's got rivets that are in the straps across her chest, and those are there as a tribute to the buttons that go down the side of her [most recent comics] costume". The character's comics costume is traditionally navy blue and white, which was changed to navy blue and grey for the series.[97] Three sets of the costume were produced; two for Palicki to wear, and one for her stunt double. Foley used "lots of stretch panels" and leather to ensure freedom of movement in the character's many action sequences.[98]

With the reveal of Morse's loyalty to the "real S.H.I.E.L.D." faction, Palicki explained that the character was "not doing anything wrong in her [own] eyes...This was a choice she made. She’s been through hell with these people. She does care about Coulson’s team. She’s torn because of Hunter and she has a soft spot for Coulson. But at the end of it, she really is a true soldier and she feels there has been a compromise and she needs to take care of it."[99] Bell, in response to a question on whether Morse had more secrets than those revealed during the second season, stated that "she and Hunter have been keeping secrets from one another, evidently for years. And one of the things I find interesting about her is she seems to be more of an ideologue—she’s loyal to an idea—and sometimes, the short term of what appears to be betrayal or short term conflict is often because of what she views as the greater good. And that’s an interesting character to have in a world where Coulson is much more "we need to protect or save that person." Are you loyal to a person? Are you loyal to the guy in the bunker next to you? Or are you loyal to the larger concept of what we’re fighting for?"[100]

When asked about her character potentially appearing in an MCU film, Palicki said "that was one of the things that was discussed when I was coming on for the part, and you know, we’ll see what happens. It’s such a nice world that we live in that crossover can happen so often now which in the past it never really did so, to see these worlds come together on the small screen and the big screen is really cool."[101] Palicki left the series following the season three episode "Parting Shot" to star in the spin-off show Marvel's Most Wanted.[90]

Palicki was named as an honorable mention for TVLine's "Performer of the Week" for the week of March 20, 2016, for her performance in "Parting Shot".[102]

Alphonso "Mack" MacKenzie

Alphonso "Mack" MacKenzie (portrayed by Henry Simmons), a S.H.I.E.L.D. mechanic under Robert Gonzales, is a founding member of the "real S.H.I.E.L.D.", and infiltrates Coulson's group with Morse. After being briefly mind-controlled by Kree technology Mack's distrust in alien and the superhuman is deepened, and he decides to leave S.H.I.E.L.D. when his fellow leaders agree to join forces with Coulson. However, following the war with the Inhumans, Coulson convinces Mack to stay, and places him in charge of all alien materials. Coulson makes Mack acting director of S.H.I.E.L.D. when he goes after Ward and Hydra. In the Framework, Mack's daughter Hope is still alive. After being used by Hydra to reveal Johnson is from the real world, he seeks out the S.H.I.E.L.D. resistance to help them. When the exit point from the Framework is found, Mack chooses to stay behind, saying that the time he spent with the Framework version of Hope was real enough for him. He later leaves the Framework when Hope disappears amongst the Framework's collapse. After the death of Coulson, Mack becomes the new director of S.H.I.E.L.D. During the seventh season, Mack takes part in the mission to prevent the Chronicoms from rewriting history. One year after the mission's success, Mack continues to lead S.H.I.E.L.D. from a new Helicarrier.

Henry Simmons

In August 2014, Simmons joined the cast as Mack, a recurring character inspired by one that first appeared in Nick Fury vs. S.H.I.E.L.D. #3.[103] He was promoted to series regular for the third season.[104]

Simmons described Mack as "a big guy. That is, he has a big heart, but when it comes down to it and business has to get done, there’s another side of him that gets it done....He wants to make a difference, so that’s why he wants to be a part of this team". On the different dynamic that a mechanic brings to the S.H.I.E.L.D. team, Simmons said "I think my guy does have a little bit of a different element, [because] the other people have the stress of the everyday life or death danger situations. Mack doesn’t have that quite yet. He has the stress of getting things done because he wants to contribute, but he’s not out there in the field....They might have their quips and everything, but everything is very serious. I see that my guy brings a little bit of a different color to everything. He has a little bit more humor to him, he’s a little bit more laid back."[105] On Mack's stance on violence, Simmons confirmed that "Mack really is a guy that does not like violence at all, but, when pushed, it’s "by any means necessary." He doesn't enjoy it, but he'll do what he has to do."[106]

After Mack's allegiance to the "real S.H.I.E.L.D." faction is revealed, and as his distrust of Coulson grew throughout the second season, Simmons spoke of Mack's feelings towards Coulson: "He respects Coulson. And I think he genuinely likes Coulson. But I think he just believes that Coulson is not the right man for the job....look, I’m loyal, but if the head is going about doing things that really aren’t in our job description, and he’s using us to do things for personal reasons, and then one of my brothers dies because of it? Yeah, I have a problem. And everyone else should, too....when Coulson is in his most crazed state and on the verge of killing Sebastian Derik, no one has ever seen Coulson like that. Skye witnessed it, but she has a different relationship to him; there’s like a father/daughter thing going. So out of the whole team, I was the only one to see him like that, completely out of control. I tried to explain it to Hunter—if that happened in that instant, what’s going to happen when everything is on the line? How is he going to act?—and Hunter kind of brushed it aside. But that’s another reason why Mack is very, very deeply skeptical."[106]

In season six, Mack becomes the new director of S.H.I.E.L.D. Simmons "love[d] the challenge of being the director of S.H.I.E.L.D." but felt "the one thing that can hinder Mack’s ability to lead is his reluctance to put the people he loves in the line of danger," which leads to "Mack’s toughest decision as director."[107]

Lincoln Campbell

Lincoln Campbell (portrayed by Luke Mitchell) is an Inhuman doctor with the ability to control electric charges. He helps Skye adjust to her new life post-terrigenesis, and his later attempt to protect her from S.H.I.E.L.D. and Hydra leads to his capture and experimentation at the hands of Dr. List. Skye saves his life, and when she turns on Jiaying once realizing her true intentions, Campbell is shortly convinced to do the same. Following Jiaying's death, Campbell attempts to live a normal life, convinced that his Inhuman abilities are a curse, but is hunted by the ATCU and becomes a fugitive. He subsequently joins S.H.I.E.L.D. for protection and to be near Skye—now going by Daisy Johnson and with whom Campbell forms a relationship—and becomes a Secret Warrior. Campbell chooses to sacrifice himself to save the team and the world from Hive's plan by taking Hive and a nuclear warhead to space in a quinjet where the weapon can detonate without affecting Earth.

Daisy mentioned that Lincoln has a sister named Amanda who Daisy sends relief money to.

Luke Mitchell

Mitchell was introduced as Lincoln Campbell, a recurring character, in the second season.[108] He was promoted to series regular for the third season.[109] Regarding the character's introduction, Bell stated that "Meeting Luke’s character in the Inhuman world is just setting up a new dynamic. We’re taking Skye into a group with a whole bunch of different people. So far, we’ve seen that there’s a guy with no eyes, and there’s a woman who now is covered in thorns. And as in the X-Men world, there are a handful of people who look more like them, but a lot of them turn out to be just attractive people with powers. And we thought, "Hey, let’s have some of those as well!" We were looking for a new character to come on, and Luke just really impressed us. He was a good actor, had a nice quality, and we felt he might be a good person to sort of usher Skye into this other world."[110]

Heading into season three, Mitchell explained that "the Lincoln that the audience was introduced to in season two was a side of Lincoln, and that side of Lincoln was not necessarily a lie or the truth or whatever, but we all put on different faces in different environments...I think in that environment Lincoln was very much under the spell of the Inhuman Elders. He played his part in the hierarchy there and he believed in the cause, which then was exposed to be evil. Then in season three, it’s like, wow, how is he dealing with the events in season two?"[55] On seeing Lincoln's darker side in the third season, Mitchell said, "I think we’re going to see a lot more of Lincoln’s issues with his past pop up, in particular possibly some anger issues that have been unresolved. They pop their heads up from time to time. Certainly in matters of conflict, in pressure situations".[22]

On the relationship that Campbell develops with Johnson, the only person who can "keep him somewhat in check when it comes to his anger", Mitchell said, "he wants to make something of his life, but he doesn’t see anything without Daisy in the picture", and "if something were to happen to Daisy, I think Lincoln wouldn’t stay in S.H.I.E.L.D. Daisy is his life. He’ll do anything to get her back." This is seen when he agrees to wear a "murder vest" as a fail safe, and when he disobeys orders to test an experimental antitoxin on himself—"Once he does that, and it doesn’t work, then they put him in the containment module for his own benefit, because his immune system is done. It becomes incredibly frustrating." Mitchell added, "He makes these decisions, but you still see the fear in him when he does this. It’s not just bravado....There’s a deep well of emotion in him."[111]

The episode "Bouncing Back" opens with "a mysterious flash-forward to three months in the future, showing an unidentified S.H.I.E.L.D. agent seemingly dead in space",[112] leading to a "four-episode event" for the final episodes of the season, marketed as Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Fallen Agent.[113] A poster created by Greg Land for the event recreated the cover of the "iconic" The Amazing Spider-Man #121 that served as the first issue of the story arc "The Night Gwen Stacy Died",[114] and ahead of the season finale, Marvel released a series of videos that "memorialized" each of the potential character who could have been the Fallen Agent.[115] The final episode of the season reveals that it is Campbell who dies, which the executive producers had known going into the season when forming the arcs for Lincoln, Daisy, and Ward.[116] Bell said he "earned it", adding that Lincoln comes to a point where he realizes what his purpose is, with Whedon explaining that the decision was based on the fact that the series did not "want to be a body count show, but it is a real world with real stakes. What we had not done is the heroic death and the full-sacrifice death. This was a conscious decision. We also think that there’s a poetry in the fact that the person doing it doesn’t consider himself a hero. That’s the beauty of the moment—it’s not just for [Daisy], but it is, and it’s not just for him, but it is."[117]

Holden Radcliffe

John Hannah

Holden Radcliffe (portrayed by John Hannah) is a transhumanist who believes in the improvement of humanity through enhancement. Due to his studies of parasites, Fitz and Simmons seek his help with counteracting Hive's abilities, but he is kidnapped by Hive first to help recreate the original Kree experiment that created the Inhumans. After a S.H.I.E.L.D. raid on Hive's base, Radcliffe escapes and agrees to cooperate with Coulson and Talbot. After being acquitted, Radcliffe transfers his artificial intelligence AIDA into a Life Model Decoy (LMD), an old S.H.I.E.L.D. project, which Radcliffe also names Aida. After seeing pages from the Darkhold, Radcliffe begins using his LMDs, including Aida and a decoy of May, to try and take it for himself in an attempt to learn the secret to eternal life. Fearing for his safety, Radcliffe also creates a decoy of himself, and seeks protection from the Watchdogs. Using the Darkhold and the resources of the Watchdogs' Superior, Racliffe creates an entire digital world within the Framework. Feeling that Radcliffe may one day jeopardize the Framework himself, Aida slits Radcliffe's wrists and uploads his mind to the Framework as his body dies. Within the Framework, his consciousness resided on Ogygia with Agnes in exchange for not interfering with Aida's work as Madame Hydra. After redeeming himself, Holden is deleted amongst the Framework's collapse.

Hannah recurred as Radcliffe during the end of the third season,[118][119] before being promoted to the main cast for the fourth season.[120] On Radcliffe transferring his artificial intelligence AIDA into a Life Model Decoy,[121] Whedon said, "Radcliffe has a good heart, but he's willing to do anything for science. He's excited about the prospect. He said Fitz and Simmons had friends die and maybe they didn't have to. He's clearly opening a box. Whether or not it's Pandora's box, we'll see. He thinks there's something beyond humans." Tancharoen added, "To someone like Radcliffe, he might believe that to be just the next step in human evolution. There are a number of people who are into body modification now, so what does that mean? What's the root of that?"[116]

Hannah felt portraying Radcliffe was "quite interesting", describing him as "someone who is not the up-down, white-hearted good guy" but still is not "a bad guy". He also noted the fatherly feelings Radcliffe has towards Aida, stating, "possibly as [their relationship] develops, as she proves there’s almost a paternal... caring and sympathetic way in which that technology has developed self-awareness and how that self-awareness disappoints. A bit like you would with a child, where a child becomes aware of their own limitations, their own lackings. I would say there’s certainly have a very benign kind of deity sense about it – a benign…not dictatorship about it, but a benign parental way about it."[122]

Elena "Yo-Yo" Rodriguez

Natalia Cordova-Buckley

Elena Rodriguez (portrayed by Natalia Cordova-Buckley) is a Colombian Inhuman who can move at super-speed for the duration of a heart beat, before returning to the point she started moving from. At a young age, she lost her father to drug dealers and had to live with her uncle Oscar and cousin Francisco. When one of the drug dealers raided her uncle's house, she hid her grandmother's necklace, at the cost of her uncle's life. She comes into contact with S.H.I.E.L.D. when they investigate her for stealing weapons from the corrupt members of the National Police of Colombia after they killed Francisco. After joining the team, she grows close to Mack, who nicknames her "Yo-Yo" because of her powers. After signing the Sokovia Accords, Rodriguez returns to her life, with occasional monitoring by S.H.I.E.L.D. Rodriguez later helps Daisy Johnson and Jemma Simmons infiltrate the Framework. While helping the team defeat Izel, she became possessed by one of Izel's Shrikes before it dissolved upon her death. However, the experience left her unable to use her powers. As the team was traveling through time to defeat the Chronicoms, she visited a past version of Jiaying, who diagnosed her problem as the result of a mental block. Working with Melinda May, Rodriguez regained her powers and unlocked the ability to move at super-speed without bouncing back. Following the Chronicoms' defeat, she became one of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s top agents working with Agents Piper and Davis.

2016 년 2 월까지 Cordova-Buckley는 같은 이름의 만화 Secret Warrior를 바탕으로 "Yo-Yo"Rodriguez로 캐스팅되었습니다. [123]Cordova-Buckley는 시리즈에 캐스팅 된 후 그 역할을 배웠고 영감을 얻기 위해 만화를 조사했습니다. 그녀는 시리즈에서 처음 소개 된 캐릭터를 "많은 방법으로 콜롬비아에있는 사람들을 돕고 싶어하며 자신의 힘을 잘 활용하고 자신이 매우 단호하다는 것을 확인하는 자유 투사"라고 묘사했습니다. 그녀가 일에 대해 어떻게 생각하는지. " 그녀는 또한 "슈퍼 히어로 영화에서보기 드문 그녀의 힘과이 모든 영적 연결을 가지고있다 ... 그녀는 그녀의 힘을 축복이라고 부르는 것으로 사용하고 싶다"며 캐릭터의 영성이 드물다고 언급했습니다. 그리고 다른 사람들을 돕기위한 신의 선물이기 때문에 모든 것에 대한 매우 독특한 접근 방식입니다. " [124]캐릭터를 처음으로 묘사했을 때 Cordova-Buckley는 Rodriguez가 자신의 능력을 사용하려고 할 때마다 미소를 지으며 아드레날린이 쇄도하고 그러한 힘을 가진 느낌을 보여주었습니다. 이에 대한 팬들의 긍정적 인 반응 이후 여배우는이 특성을 캐릭터에 대한 더 장난스러운 성격으로 변형시켰다. [125] 다섯 번째 시즌의 시작하기 전에, 그것은 코르도바 - 버클리 정규 시리즈로 승진 한 것으로 나타났다. [126] 소피아 - 라베 마르티네스 젊은 엘레나 그린다. [127]

데크 쇼

제프 워드

Deke Shaw ( Jeff Ward가 그린 )는 2091 년 우주 정거장 Lighthouse의 "궁극적 인 생존자"이자 "거친 청소부"입니다. 날카로운 마음과 재치가있는 그는 가격에 물건을 얻을 수있는 능력을 가지고 있습니다. [128] Kree Kasius와의 마지막 전투에서 Enoch와 Deke는 Phil Coulson의 팀을 자신의 시간으로 되돌리기 위해 목숨을 바칩니다. 그러나 Deke는 Coulson과 함께 현재로 보내졌으며 Daisy에 의해 발견되었습니다. 그는 나중에 자신이 Fitz와 Simmons의 손자임을 알게됩니다. 그라 비토 늄 강화 Glenn Talbot과의 전투 후 Deke는 SHIELD를 떠납니다.

시즌 6에서 Deke 는 프레임 워크를 가상 현실 비디오 게임으로 사용하는 것과 같은 새로운 혁신을 만들기 위해 SHIELD 기술을 "차용" 하여 기술 회사설립합니다 . 그럼에도 불구하고 SHIELD는 그의 파트너로 잠복 작업을 한 트레버 칸 요원을 통해 그를 감시했습니다. Deke는 Mack와 May에 의해 구조되기 전에 이상한 판독으로 인해 그를 Shrike 운반자로 착각 한 Sarge의 그룹의 표적이되었습니다. SHIELD 팀이 Izel의 shrikes를 핵무기하려는 Sarge의 계획을 방해하는 동안, Deke는 Sarge가 복수를 위해 그녀를 버린 후 Sarge의 동료 Snowflake와 사랑에 빠졌습니다.

시즌 7에서 Deke는 Chronicoms가 역사를 바꾸지 못하도록 SHIELD 팀을 돕고, 결국 대체 타임 라인에 머물러 그들이 다시 돌아갈 수 있도록 자원 봉사를합니다. 그럼에도 불구하고 그는 록 스타로 잠복 작업을하면서 SHIELD의 신임 감독이된다.

Ward는 2017 년 8 월에 캐스팅되었습니다. [129] 그의 역할은 2017 년 11 월에 발표되었습니다. [128] Ward는 원래 첫 번째 에피소드에서 사망 한 캐릭터 Virgil로 캐스팅되었습니다. 에피소드 테이블을 읽는 동안 메인 캐스트는 Ward가 Virgil로 "못을 박았다"고 느꼈고 아직 캐스팅되지 않은 Deke로 남아 있기를 원했습니다. 프로듀서는 Deke의 오디션을 읽은 후 Ward에 연락하여 궁극적으로 파트에 캐스팅되었습니다. [130]

샌디에고 코믹 콘 2018에서 워드가 6 시즌 정규 시리즈로 승격 된 것으로 밝혀졌다. [131]

반복되는 문자

다음은 시리즈 전반에 걸쳐 반복되는 역할을 가진 게스트 캐릭터 목록입니다. 캐릭터는 MCU 미디어 또는 처음 등장한 시즌별로 나열됩니다.

영화에서 소개

기 디온 말릭

Gideon Malick ( Powers Boothe가 묘사 )은 1970 년에 아버지 Wilfred가 사망 한 후 권력을 잡은 Hydra의 전직 회원이자 Hydra의 비밀 지도자입니다. Gideon은 그의 형제 Nathaniel과 합류했지만 곧 알게되었습니다. 그들의 아버지가 하이브에 희생되는 것을 피하기 위해 사용했던 속임수 였고, 기드온이 뒤 따랐을 때 나다니엘은 희생되었습니다. 기드온은 하이브가 지구로 돌아갈 수 있도록 포털을 성공적으로 열었지만 하이브는 그가 나다니엘의 기억을 간직하고 있음을 밝히고 딸 스테파니를 살해하여 기 디온을 처벌합니다. SHIELD에 잡힌 기드온은 하이브에 맞서 쿨슨과 협력합니다. 기드온은 하이브에 의해 통제되는 동안 데이지 존슨에 의해 살해됩니다.

2015 년 10 월, Boothe가 The Avengers (그는 "세계 안보위원회"로만 인정됨) 에서 자신의 역할을 되풀이하면서 세 번째 시즌 초반 반복 캐릭터로 시리즈에 합류한다고 발표 되었습니다. [132] [133] 에 얼마나 많은 시리즈가 나중에 제 3의 절기에있는 문자를 사용하는 것이의 계절 중간 피날레를 다음, Whedon 더 그를 사용하지 않는 것을 "우리가있을 거라고 바보 말했다. 우리의 큰 팬 수 없습니다 [ Boothe의] 역할 묘사. 우리는 우리가 돈을 벌 수 있다는 것을 알고 있었고 캐릭터를 쓰는 것을 좋아했습니다. 우리는 그가 장면을 공격하는 방식을 좋아합니다. 우리는 그를 지켜줄 계획입니다. 우리는 바보가 될 것입니다. " [134] 카메론 팔라 타스는 젊은 성재 Malick을 그렸다. [135]

다른 TV 시리즈에서 소개

다니엘 수사

Daniel Sousa ( Enver Gjokaj )는 SHIELD 로스 앤젤레스 사무실의 책임자입니다. SSR (Strategic Scientific Reserve) 요원으로서 그는 Peggy Carter의 동맹이었습니다. 그는 의족을하고 목발을 사용하여 돌아 다닙니다. [136]

시즌 1에서 소개

마이크 피터슨 / 데스 록

Mike Peterson ( J. August Richards가 묘사 )은 Project Centipede에 의해 Extremis 함유 지네 혈청 으로 인위적으로 강화 된 평범한 남자입니다 . Peterson은 나중에 SHIELD에 합류했지만 폭발에 휘말려 오른쪽 다리없이 깨어납니다. 그는 "Project Deathlok"의 일환으로 생체 공학 인공 팔다리를 제공하는 "Clairvoyant"의 통제하에 있습니다. 지네와 "Clairvoyant"의 패배 후 Peterson은 Coulson을 위해 비밀리에 일하고 Hydra의 리더 Dr. List를 쓰러 뜨리는 데 도움을줍니다. Peterson은 나중에 SHIELD 요원들과 함께 돌아와 Phil Coulson이 다른 두려움을 흘리고있는 Lighthouse의 균열을 봉인하는 것을 도왔습니다. 그 후 그는 Fitz와 Simmons의 결혼식에 참석했습니다.

리차드 조스 휘던의 등장 천사 같은 찰스 건 피터슨로되는 주조하기 전에, [137] 2014 년 1 월에 Deathlok의 MCU 버전을 것으로 밝혀졌다 사람 [138] 에 의해 만들어진 리치 버클러더그 모엔 1974 년, Deathlok 많은 통해 간 만화에서 다른 반복. [139] Richards는 역할을 "꿈이 이루어지다"라고 불렀습니다. [137]캐릭터의 의상과 메이크업은 "5 개의 부서 ... 2 시간 정도 걸렸다가 의상을 입는 데 15 ~ 20 분 정도 걸린다."라고 "제한적입니다. 저는 의상이 정말 좋아요. 캐릭터를 연기하는 데 도움이됩니다. 기계의 일부, 인간의 일부라는 느낌을주기 때문입니다. " [140] Deathlok의 의상은 일러스트 레이터 필립 Boutte 주니어는 갑옷과 무기를 설계와 함께, 의상 디자이너 앤 폴리에 의해 설계되었습니다. Foley는 또한 제작 을 위해 Film Illusions로 보내기 전에 디자인을 마무리하는 데 도움을 준 Marvel COO Joe Quesada 와 긴밀히 협력했습니다 . [13] : 226의상은 또한 로봇 다리와 팔에 장착 된 로켓 발사기, Deathlok이 X- 레이 비전으로 보일 때 로봇 눈이있는 반 금속 도금 두개골을 추가하는 등 시각 효과로 향상되어야했습니다. [141] 의상이 업데이트 가까이 두 번째 시즌 Deathlok의 모양의 만화 버전으로 진화했다. [142]

Richards는 "Deathlok의 주제가 깊은 내부 갈등에 관한 것입니다. 이것이 우리가이 [버전]에서 가져 오는 것입니다." [143] 리차드에 의해 영감 프랑켄슈타인 "어두운 장소에 속하는"캐릭터를 묘사. [13] : 33 2 시즌 늦게 돌아온 Richards는 뒤를 돌아 보았고, 캐릭터와 의상에 대한 그의 초기 어색함과 주저함이 Peterson 자신의 Deathlok 여정을 반영한다고 느꼈습니다. 그는 또한 캐릭터가 "Mike Peterson is dead"라고 말할 때, "그 대사가 사실이 아니라면 그 대사가 의미를 가질 수있는 유일한 방법은"이라고 말했습니다. 저는 항상 Mike Peterson이이 캐릭터의 핵심이라고 생각합니다. 그 결과 모두 Mike Petersen입니다. "

이안 퀸

Ian Quinn ( David Conrad가 묘사 ) [144] 는 부유 한 산업가 / 자선가이자 Quinn Worldwide의 CEO이며 The Clairvoyant와 관련된 Franklin Hall의 전 파트너입니다. 그는 Mike Peterson을 위해 Deathlok 기술을 습득하고 더 많은 Deathlok 병사를 미군에 판매하려고합니다. Garrett이 패배 한 후 Quinn은 Raina에 의해 그라 비토 늄에 흡수됩니다.

Raina

Raina (portrayed by Ruth Negga) was raised by Calvin Johnson, and grew up with stories of her heritage as an Inhuman, and her potential to be more. Becoming the Project Centipede recruiter due to her interest in powered people, Raina works with Hydra in an attempt to replicate the GH-325 serum that was used to resurrect Coulson. She eventually goes through Terrigenesis, gaining the power of precognition, but also a monstrous appearance. Raina comes to accept her new circumstances, and later allows Jiaying to kill her so that Skye can learn of the former's true intent. It was later revealed that Raina had the gravitonium absorb Ian Quinn.

Negga는 2013 년 10 월에 게스트 스타로 처음 캐스팅되었으며, [145] 총괄 프로듀서 Jeffrey Bell과 함께 나중에 "Ruth Negga가 나타 났고 우리는 그녀와 사랑에 빠졌고 우리의 초기 개념을 넘어서 그녀를 사용할 방법을 찾았습니다"라고 설명했습니다. [146] Negga는 원래 시몬스을 재생 오디션을했고, 레이나의 부분에 대한 왔을 때, 생산자는 Negga이 역할을 위해 완벽 할 줄 알았습니다. [13] : 78Foley는 미리 Raina에 대한 정보를 받아 일러스트로 캐릭터를 살리고 특정 직물을 인쇄 할 수있었습니다. Raina가 "Girl in the Flower Dress"에 소개되었을 때 Foley와 Negga는 "더 부드러운 실루엣"과 패턴과 함께 처음에는 명확하지 않은 의도와 함께 "그녀의 캐릭터가 어디로 갈지 반영하는 드레스의 진행을 보여주고 싶었습니다." 검은 꽃과 흰색의. 두 번째 에피소드에서는 "그녀에게 의제가 있다는 것이 분명 해져"드레스가 더욱 깔끔 해졌고, 색상은 흰색 꽃과 함께 검은 색으로 바뀐다. 에피소드의 마지막 모습을 위해 그녀의 드레스는 검은 꽃과 함께 빨간색입니다. Foley는 "["The Bridge "]에서 그녀를 다시 볼 때 쯤이면 그녀가 사업을 의미한다는 것을 알고 있습니다."라고 결론지었습니다."The Bridge"에 출연하기 위해 Foley는 드레스에 가죽을 추가하여 "더 엣지"를 부여했습니다. 각 드레스는 특정 원단으로 맞춤 제작되며 실루엣이 다릅니다. Foley는 또한 Tancharoen과 협력하여 드레스의 색상을 에피소드 주제에 맞게 가공했습니다. [13] : 225 레이나가 두 번째 시즌으로 변신 한 후 그녀는 후드 재킷으로 그녀의 끔찍한 모습을 숨기고 있습니다. Foley는 "언제나 꽃 드레스를 입은 소녀가 될 것이기 때문에 나는 꽃 무늬를 미묘하게 추가했습니다. 그것에 경의를 표하기 위해 ". [147]

Raina의 Inhuman Look은 Optic Nerve Studios의 Glenn Hetrick 이 만들었습니다 . 최종 모습을 얻기 위해 작가들은 시리즈 작가 Drew Greenberg가 결국 가시를 제안하면서 그녀의 변형 된 모습에 수반되는 코 또는 꼬리가 수반되는 것에 대해 많은 시간을 보냈습니다. 디자인 아이디어를 손에 들고 Hetrick과 그의 팀은 Clive Barker 영화 Nightbreed를 보면서 캐릭터의 잠재적 디자인을 편집하기 시작했습니다., 특히 Shuna Sassi라는 캐릭터입니다. "그녀는 고슴도치 깃펜으로 덮인 생물이고 그 이미지가 너무 강해서 눈에 띄는 실루엣을 만들어 내기 때문입니다." Hetrick과 그의 팀은 만화에서 추출 할 소스 자료가 없었기 때문에 "그녀를 최초의 진짜 비인간처럼 느끼게 만들고"그녀의 얼굴에 대칭 수준을 부여하고 싶었습니다. 2 주 만에 완성 된 보철 메이크업을 제작할 때, 제작자들은 여전히 ​​Negga의 눈을 볼 수 있기를 원했고 Bell은 "Ruth Negga는 놀랍도록 표현력이 풍부한 눈과 눈썹을 가지고 있습니다. 그리고 그녀는 Raina가 누구인지를 너무나 많이 얻습니다. 우리는 그녀가 여전히 의사 소통을 할 수 있기를 바 랐고, 모든 [화장]을 통해 그녀의 표정을 느끼기를 원했습니다. " [148]

빅토리아 핸드

SHIELD 기지 인 The Hub를 운영하는 고위 SHIELD 요원으로 Victoria Hand ( Saffron Burrows 가 성인, Rachele Schank가 젊은 여성)를 소개합니다. Hydra가 SHIELD 내에 존재한다는 것을 알게 된 Hand는 Coulson을 켜고 그가 이중 요원이라고 믿습니다. 그러나 Garrett은 곧 자신이 배신자임을 드러내고 Hand는 Coulson과 협력하여 그를 구금합니다. 그녀는 수감에서 개럿을 구하기 위해 자신이 히드라의 일원임을 밝힐 때 워드에 의해 살해됩니다.

1983 년 핸드의 과거 버전은 SHIELD에 대한 Chronicom 공격에서 살아 남았고, 다른 생존 요원과 함께 The Krazy Kanoe의 뉴욕 은신처에서 재편성되었으며 현재 요원이 제 시간으로 돌아갈 수 있도록 돕는 데 기여했습니다.

2013 년 11 월, Burrows는 Brian Michael BendisMike Deodato 가 제작 한 Hand, [149] 역 으로 발표되었으며 Dark Avengers 만화 시리즈 에서 중요한 역할을했습니다 . [150] Tancharoen이었다 그녀가 필름에 도착하기 전에 자신에 그녀의 머리에 빨간 줄무늬를 받고 버로우즈, 문자의 만화 버전과 같은 버로우을 봄에 "매우 집중". 작가 Rafe Judkins 는 Burrows가 "쇼에서 가장 성공적인 만화 캐릭터 외모 중 하나"를 가졌다 고 덧붙였습니다. [13] : 90 이 캐릭터는 첫 시즌에 천리안의 진정한 정체성에 대한 오해로 의도적으로 소개되었습니다. [29]두 번째 시즌 Lucy Lawless 가 Isabelle Hartley로 소개 되면서 총괄 프로듀서는 Hand와 Hartley 사이의 관계 설정을 고려했습니다. Hand의 만화 부분은 Isabelle이라는 캐릭터와 관계를 맺고 있었기 때문에 Tancharoen은 "그것은 더 많은 무게와 시간과 에너지로 문제를 해결하지 않으려면 무책임 해지기 시작했습니다. " [151] 그러나,이 관계는 나중에 화면 "에서 암시 된 하나의 문 닫기 횟수 ". [152] 레이첼 쉥크는 시즌 일곱의 젊은 손을 묘사한다. [153]

데이비스

Davis ( Maximilian Osinski가 묘사 )는 Hydra Uprising 이전에 StatiCorp의 입자 가속기 단지에서 폭발을 조사하기 위해 Phil Coulson의 그룹과 함께 작업 한 SHIELD 에이전트입니다. 나중에 Jeffrey Mace가 이사가 된 후 SHIELD로 돌아 왔습니다. [154]LMD가 놀이터에 침투 한 후 Davis와 몇 명의 살아남은 SHIELD 요원은 Daisy Johnson과 Jemma Simmons가 친구들을 구하기 위해 프레임 워크에 침투하는 동안 탈출하고 보호하도록 돕습니다. Ophelia가 Davis를 공격 한 후 Mike Peterson은 그를 구하고 나중에 Lighthouse에서 Coulson의 도망자 팀과 재결합합니다. Davis는 나중에 Fitz와 Enoch를 찾는 데 도움을주었습니다. Izel이 등대를 습격하는 동안 그녀는 Davis의 몸을 소유하고 그를 조종하여 그의 죽음으로 떨어졌습니다. Chronicoms가 패배 한 지 1 년 후 Davis의 LMD 버전이 Piper 요원과 Yo-Yo Rodriguez와 함께 임무를 수행합니다. [155]

앤 위버

Anne Weaver ( Christine Adams가 묘사 ) [156] 는 SHIELD 과학 기술 아카데미의 이사입니다. 토마스 칼데론에 의해 구출 될 때까지 히드라의 강화 된 병사 중 한 명과 싸웠던 원래 조직이 무너진 후, 그녀는 "진짜 SHIELD"의 지도부에 합류하여 로버트 곤잘레스의 죽음 이후 SHIELD 군함 The Iliad 의 지휘권을 인수합니다. .

존 개렛 / 천리안

John Garrett ( Bill Paxton 이 성인으로, James Paxton 이 청년으로 묘사)은 SHIELD 요원으로 죽은 채로 남겨졌지만 첫 번째 Deathlok이 된 후에 만 ​​살아 남았습니다. Hydra에 합류 한 그는 지네 그룹의 리더 인 "The Clairvoyant"가되었으며, 이제는 구식 인 Deathlok 기술의 임박한 실패를 감안하여 Coulson의 부활의 비밀을 발견하는 데 헌신했습니다. Ian Quinn을 포획하고 심문하는 SHIELD 요원의 모습으로 Garrett은 GH-325 약물을 찾기위한 Coulson의 노력에 동참합니다. 그의 발견을 바탕으로 Raina는 그의 생명을 구하는 약물의 버전을 합성 할 수 있습니다. 그러나 Hydra가 SHIELD에 침투 한 것으로 밝혀지고 Garrett이 Clairvoyant로 외출되고 Coulson이 그를 죽입니다.

1983 년 Nathaniel Malick은 젊은 John Garrett을 옆으로 흔들었고 Time Stream을 사용하여 그의 미래를 보여주었습니다. Phil Coulson LMD와 Gordon이 Nathaniel의 용병에 의해 체포되었을 때 Garrett은 수혈을 거쳐 Gordon의 순간 이동 능력을 얻습니다. Chronicoms가 대부분의 SHIELD 기지를 파괴 한 후 Garrett은 Lighthouse로 순간 이동하고 폭발물을 심습니다. 그러나 Coulson, Yo-Yo 및 May는 Nathaniel이 기지의 파괴를 취소하도록 강제하기 위해 반 순간 이동 장치에 그를 가두어 둡니다. 그는 폭발에서 살아남고 SHIELD와 함께 옆에있는 Garrett을 죽음으로 내버려두기로 선택합니다. Garrett은 새로운 동맹국을 뉴욕 은신처로 순간 이동하지만 Victoria Hand에 의해서만 살해됩니다.

2013 년 12 월에는 "컬슨과 워드와 과거에 관계를 맺은 고위 SHIELD 요원 / 탄약 전문가"가 시리즈에 추가 될 예정입니다. [157] 다음 달 Paxton은 "약간의 태도와 담배를 피우는 대담함을 가진 요원 Coulson의 거칠고 넘어지는 전 코호트"인 요원 John Garrett 으로 캐스팅되었습니다 . [158] 가렛 처음으로 도입 된 프랭크 밀러빌 시엔 키에 위츠어쌔신 : 렉 . [159] 제드 웨던은 "우리는 실제로 우리가 문자 ... 그는 실제 가능성으로 올라 왔을 때 그 다음, 우리는 그것을 믿을 수 없었다에 대해 얘기했다 방, 빌 팩스톤을 논의했다."고 말했다 [160] Following the revelation that Garrett was The Clairvoyant, Paxton said, "He’s felt like he’s found a true home in Hydra, which is more of a Darwinian outfit. It’s survival of the fittest. He can relate to that."[161]

Antoine Triplett

Antoine Triplett (portrayed by B.J. Britt) worked with Garrett until the Hydra reveal, after which he joins Coulson's team. Trip perishes when he becomes trapped in the chamber Skye and Raina undergo Terrigenesis in and gets hit by a fragment of the Diviner. In the Framework, Antoine Triplett is Jeffrey Mace's inside man who got caught and was incarcerated at a Hydra Cultivation Enlightenment Camp until he was freed by Mace and Phil Coulson.

In December 2013, "an African-American agent who specializes in combat/weapons" was set to be added to the series.[157] In February, Britt was announced as cast in the role of Triplett.[162] Britt's smile and charm were incorporated into the character after he had worked with the writers for several episodes, with Tancharoen saying to Britt "I love your smile. We have to incorporate the smile of Trip into the show."[163] Britt said of the character, "Trip likes to make sure everything is in order...he’s going make sure that stuff doesn’t go wrong. [But] I still feel like Trip has something to prove. That’s going to cross over to the second season where Trip wants to show Coulson that he can trust him."[164] Britt returned in the fourth season to reprise the character within the Framework reality.[165]

Glenn Talbot / Graviton

Glenn Talbot (portrayed by Adrian Pasdar) is a United States Air Force colonel and later brigadier general who hunts active S.H.I.E.L.D. agents after the organization's disbandment. Coulson earns his trust over time, and the two soon enter an agreement in which S.H.I.E.L.D. provides the government with sensitive assets and helps with the take down of Hydra in exchange for being left alone. He is made head of the Advanced Threat Containment Unit (ATCU) following the death of Rosalind Price, an arrangement which sees him reluctantly working for Coulson. Glenn Talbot is later placed in a coma following a head shot caused by the Daisy Johnson LMD at a government meeting. Talbot was later revealed to be a prisoner of General Hale until Coulson managed to free him. However, upon calling his wife Carla, Hale's subordinate Candice Lee forces her to read a script to activate his brainwashing that occurred during his imprisonment. Talbot eventually enters the Rebirth machine to absorb gravitonium, becoming Graviton. He finds Robin Hinton so she can tell him where the gravitonium within the Earth is located. During his fight with Johnson, Talbot is blasted into space after Johnson takes the Centipede Serum where his body becomes frozen in ice.

Created by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko for Tales to Astonish #61, Talbot was a recurring antagonist of the Hulk.[166] Pasdar was cast as Talbot by March 2014, with this version focused on taking down Hydra.[167] In the fifth season, Talbot becomes the villain Graviton, despite the series previously introducing Franklin Hall in the first season, the character who becomes the villain in the comics.[168][169]

The Koenigs

Eric, Billy, Sam, and Thurston Koenig (all portrayed by Patton Oswalt) are quadruplets. The first three are S.H.I.E.L.D. agents, programmers in the initial S.H.I.E.L.D. LMD program.

Eric was stationed at the Providence base and assisted Coulson in the wake of Hydra's emergence, but was killed by Ward.

Billy and Sam were stationed at the Playground base where Coulson and his team went after Hydra's emergence. Billy and Sam worked with Coulson on the Theta Protocol, maintaining a S.H.I.E.L.D. helicarrier for Nick Fury. Later, Coulson entrusted the Darkhold to Billy and Sam, who hid the book in the Labyrinth, a S.H.I.E.L.D. base only accessible by the Koenigs.

Thurston is a slam poet activist who is not a S.H.I.E.L.D. agent and refers to them as a bunch of "sheep" due to Eric's death.

The Koenigs' grandfather, Ernest "Hazard" Koenig (again portrayed by Oswalt), is the proprietor of a speakeasy underneath a post office in 1931 that will become an S.S.R. asset in the future.[170] After S.H.I.E.L.D. agents came to his time and told him about the future, Koenig attempted to stop his employee, Freddy Malick, from getting involved with Hydra, only to get shot. While recuperating, he hired a stranded Enoch in exchange for information on how he and his speakeasy will go on to help S.H.I.E.L.D. in the future.

Oswalt joined the series as Eric Koenig in March 2014.[171] This version of the character is loosely inspired by one that first appeared in Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #27.[171] Oswalt also portrays Eric's brothers and grandfather.[86] After previously working on Joss Whedon's Dollhouse and being a long time fan of Marvel, Oswalt was sought for the part specifically.[171]

Calvin Johnson

Calvin Johnson (portrayed by Kyle MacLachlan), a young doctor, met the Inhuman Jiaying while in China. The two eventually married, and had a daughter, Daisy. After Jiaying was torn apart by Hydra, and Daisy was taken by S.H.I.E.L.D. agents, Cal stitched his wife back together, found innocent people whose life-force was used to bring Jiaying back to life, and began searching for his daughter, at some point changing his last name. He also began experimenting on himself in an attempt to be stronger, blaming himself for not protecting his family. Jiaying eventually abandoned the search to live a peaceful life with other Inhumans like her, but Cal continued, eventually meeting Daisy—now going by Skye—and over time forming a bond with her, despite her hatred for his past actions. Coulson later convinces Cal that Jiaying is a monster who has forced him to do terrible things, and when Jiaying starts a war with S.H.I.E.L.D. that leads to a face down with Skye, Cal kills Jiaying. S.H.I.E.L.D. then wipes Cal's memory to allow him to live a peaceful life.

During the first-season finale, Skye's father is briefly seen from behind, portrayed by a stand-in. In August 2014, MacLachlan was cast in the role,[172] to recur throughout the second season.[173] Initially referred to as "The Doctor",[172] his character was revealed to be Calvin Zabo, also known as Mister Hyde, in December 2014.[174] Zabo was created by Stan Lee and Don Heck for Journey into Mystery in 1963, and is influenced by Robert Louis Stevenson's The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.[175] MacLachlan's makeup for his transformation into the Mister Hyde persona in the second-season finale took around two and a half hours to apply.[176] Following the conclusion of season two, Bell said on Cal's storyline, "He got to live a happily ever after in a beautiful way. We would never write off the idea of finding more story for him down the road, but we had a great time with Kyle this year and feel like that was a story that ended nicely."[177] Bell elaborated that they "felt like everything he did came from the right place but that he was just a really horrible, broken man. The idea of [using] the T.A.H.I.T.I. program to reset him as the good person that has always been in there was too good to pass up."[178]

Introduced in season two

Werner Reinhardt / Daniel Whitehall

Werner Reinhardt (portrayed by Reed Diamond), a high ranking Nazi officer and an elite member of Hydra in 1945, was experimenting on the Diviner when his base was taken by the SSR and he was imprisoned for life. Released by Alexander Pierce in 1988, Reinhardt discovered that a woman unaffected by the Diviner, Jiaying, had apparently not aged in four decades. Dissecting her, Reinhardt discovered the secret to her youthfulness and used it to de-age himself. Taking the name Daniel Whitehall, he became the North American leader of Hydra following Pierce's death. While serving as leader, he helped General Hale train Hydra's next leader and fought Coulson's S.H.I.E.L.D. team while maintaining his interest in the Diviner and other alien matters. He is killed by Coulson while trying to unlock the Diviner.

At the San Diego Comic Con in July 2014, Diamond was announced as portraying Daniel Whitehall,[86] also known as the Kraken in the comics,[179] where he was introduced by Jonathan Hickman for Secret Warriors #7.[180] Diamond previously worked with the creators on Dollhouse and Much Ado About Nothing, and though they had wanted him for parts throughout the first season, he had been unavailable due to commitments to another series. Diamond accepted the role of Whitehall with just 24 hours to prepare, during which he formed the character's German accent to use for flashback sequences. In developing the character, Diamond watched Nazi documentaries, and re-watched Marvel's films, looking at the characters of Loki and Red Skull in particular. From the former, Diamond was inspired by his The Avengers quote, "I am burdened with glorious purpose", as he had never played a super villain, "someone who really believed that they were the best person to rule the universe, or at least the Earth." For Hugo Weaving's portrayal of the Red Skull, Diamond looked at his anger and voice to see "how [Whitehall] would fit in within that spectrum", and settled on "this is TV. I’m the smiling, calm, villain." Diamond also sought advice from Malcolm McDowell, who told him to "Always smile and let the lines do the work." The character is often seen cleaning his glasses, an "identifying quality" devised by Jed Whedon.[179]

Sunil Bakshi

Sunil Bakshi (portrayed by Simon Kassianides), the right-hand man to Whitehall, is instrumental in the brainwashing of Hydra's subjects, including S.H.I.E.L.D. agent Kara Palamas, who later gets revenge by brainwashing Bakshi herself. Now loyal to Palamas and Ward, Bakshi sacrifices his life to save the latter when Simmons tries to kill him.

In the Framework, Sunil Bakshi is a news presenter who hosts The Bakshi Report where he reports on Hydra's actions against the S.H.I.E.L.D. resistance.

Kassianides, a fan of the series and of comic books in general,[181] was cast in the "major recurring role" of Bakshi in July 2014.[182] The producers intended for Bakshi to be killed off in the fifth episode of the second season, but changed their minds after Kassianides' early table reads and extended his run on the show through to the nineteenth episode.[183] Speaking of the character's relationship with Whitehall, Kassianides explained, "Bakshi really feels he can act under the authority of Whitehall on his own, using his own judgment. He has the trust of Whitehall and is acting as he sees fit, the consequences of which will play out." On Bakshi's motivations and thought process, Kassianides said "When you’re that committed to any ideology, I think that it allows for elements of insanity ... whether that’s been trained in him or it’s inherent, it’s not clear, but he’s certainly at that point where hurting people, torturing people, and operating under this ideology is something he quite enjoys."[181]

Carl Creel

Carl Creel (portrayed by Brian Patrick Wade) is a Hydra operative recruited by Garrett and brainwashed by Whitehall who can absorb the properties of whatever he touches.[184] He is later hired by Talbot to serve as his bodyguard, but quits when Talbot is injured and hospitalized. Sometime later, Creel is hired by General Hale to help her hunt S.H.I.E.L.D., but he betrays her after learning she is holding Talbot prisoner, helping Coulson and Talbot escape. Creel also forms a mental link with gravitonium and discovers that the minds of Franklin Hall and Ian Quinn live on inside it after it absorbed them. While recuperating in the hospital, Creel is visited by Glenn Talbot who absorbs Creel into himself with his gravitonium.

Wade was cast in the role in August 2014.[184]

Kara Palamas / Agent 33

Kara Palamas (portrayed by Maya Stojan) was a S.H.I.E.L.D. agent betrayed to Hydra by the then undercover Morse and subjected to brainwashing by Bakshi and Whitehall. The now Hydra-loyal Palamas used a nanomask to take on the appearance of May, and when the latter electrocutes Palamas whilst in this disguise, she is left stuck as May, but deformed. After Coulson kills Whitehall, Palamas works with Ward, the two forming a romantic relationship while the latter does everything in his power to bring Palamas "closure". They get her nanomask repaired so that she can become whoever she wishes, brainwash Bakshi, and kidnap Morse in an attempt to force a confession out of her. When May and Hunter come to rescue Morse, Ward accidentally kills Palamas while she is in disguise as May.

While Stojan portrays Palamas,[185][186] the character is also portrayed by other cast members, including Ming-Na Wen and Chloe Bennet, when she takes on the appearance of their characters.[187] Stojan had to balance working on the series with her concurrent recurring role on Castle, but was still able to appear in every episode offered to her.[188] Speaking about portraying Palamas, and the differences between her and May, Wen said, "not only did she lose her face, she lost her will, really. I mean she is completely controlled by Whitehall and...it’s sort of a sad character for me to portray because she’s so opposite from May. May is so confident and knows exactly what she needs to do and can get the job done based on her own opinions and with Agent 33, not only is she disfigured, not only doesn’t she have her face anymore, she doesn’t have her identity anymore."[189] After Palamas breaks free of her brainwashing and joins Ward, Stojan said of the character and their new relationship, "That love/romance that she has with Ward...she's really, I think, trying to find herself—whether it's good or bad. She truly believes in that one man, and she's going to follow him.

Jiaying

Jiaying (portrayed by Dichen Lachman)[190][191] is the Inhuman wife of Calvin Johnson, and Daisy and Kora's mother, who does not age and can heal rapidly via an elder of her village giving their life each year. Pieced back together by Calvin after Daniel Whitehall dissects her to discover the secret to her abilities, Jiaying is never the same, and goes to great lengths to find her daughter; even going as far as to willingly take innocent lives to feed her abilities. Eventually, Jiaying tries to escape this new persona by founding Afterlife, a haven for Inhumans, and when Daisy (going by Skye) journeys there, she happily becomes her mentor. However, when S.H.I.E.L.D. discovers Afterlife, Jiaying starts a war with them, and attempts to kill all humans with artificial Terrigen crystals. After Skye attacks her, she attempts to drain her life, but is stopped by Calvin, who kills her.

While in the year 1983, Melinda May and Elena Rodriguez visit Jiaying at Afterlife to help Elena regain her powers, which the Inhuman determines is mental based. After Nathaniel Malick attacks Afterlife and sways Kora to her side, May and Rodriguez convince Jiaying to escape and regroup. She later rejoins S.H.I.E.L.D. and encounters Daisy, only for Nathaniel to find them and kill Jiaying.

Speaking about the levels of violence depicted in the series, Bell admitted that the executive producers and the network did question the graphic nature of the sequence where Jiaying is dissected by Whitehall, but that it was ultimately kept as is because they felt that "it was important for you to understand how horrible that was and what she went through and miraculously survived—that was a big part of our story."[192] For Jiaying's costume, Foley "wanted her to have an other-worldly kind of feeling and then also, at the time, Dichen [Lachman] was pregnant, so we needed to come up with a silhouette that could hide the pregnancy, and kind of grow with her which is why we landed on that tunic. The great thing about it is that it had this really cool Asian feeling to it with the high neck and the buttons down the front."[147] Foley chose the fabrics for Jiaying's tunics based on what was going on in the story and how she felt the character was thinking.[147]

In regards to Jiaying's perceived role as the main villain of the second season due to her actions in the final episodes, Bell said "In our minds, [Jiaying] wasn’t a villain so much; she was an antagonist, but if you look at why she feels the way she does, Jiaying really earned that position."[193] After the character's backstory and motivations were revealed, she was compared by some to the Marvel Comics character Magneto. In response to this, Bell said "We didn’t consciously mimic [Magneto], but what they both have in common is a valid motive. Jiaying was ripped to shreds...I feel like her motive is really earned in the same way that Magneto’s is fairly earned. We always want our antagonists to have good motives...We tried to make everything she says be true."[192]

Gordon

Gordon (portrayed by Jamie Harris, Philip Labes as a young man in season two,[194] Fin Argus as a young man in season seven[195]) is an eyeless Inhuman with the ability to teleport and emit force fields. His transition to an Inhuman was tended to by Jiaying, and he remained loyal to her in his adult life. With his position, he ensured that only a select few could enter and leave Afterlife and joined Jiaying in her war against S.H.I.E.L.D. While trying to spread Terrigen Mist through The Iliad's ventilation system, he is killed by Fitz.

While May and Yo-Yo were in 1983, they visited Afterlife to help the latter regain her powers; during which they encountered a young Gordon. After Nathaniel Malick attacked, Gordon helped Jiaying escape before eventually joining up with S.H.I.E.L.D. and helping Coulson get back to Afterlife. However, they are captured and Gordon has his powers forcibly transplanted to John Garrett, which eventually killed him.

Andrew Garner / Lash

Andrew Garner (portrayed by Blair Underwood) is May's ex-husband and a psychologist at Culver University who assesses gifted people for S.H.I.E.L.D. Following a vacation with May to try and rekindle their relationship, Garner is exposed to Terrigen which unlocks Inhuman abilities within him; he becomes the monstrous Lash (portrayed by Matt Willig), who uses energy abilities to hunt and kill 'unworthy' Inhumans. Garner surrenders himself to S.H.I.E.L.D. before the transformation becomes permanent, and manages to say goodbye to May before completely becoming Lash. S.H.I.E.L.D. then send Lash to fight Hive, hoping that his Inhuman purpose is to destroy the latter. Though this is not the case, Lash is able to purge Daisy Johnson of Hive's control, before being killed by Hellfire.

In December 2014, Underwood was revealed to be cast as Garner for multiple appearances starting in the second season.[196] In July 2015, the Inhuman Lash, who was created by Charles Soule and Joe Madureira for Inhuman #1, was announced as appearing in the third season.[197][198] That August, Willig was revealed to be cast as Lash,[198] with Hetrick again working alongside the series' makeup and visual effects teams to realize the character's "unique look" from the comics.[199] Whedon noted that it would be their "own take on [Lash]. There will be some elements from the comics for sure, but as we always do...we’re changing it up a little bit."[200] Bell elaborated that "it’s hard to have a hidden or magical city" in the MCU, such as Lash's comic home of Orollan, but "Lash’s agenda can certainly remain true to what it was in the comics", with him judging whether Inhumans are worthy.[201] Willig's Lash make-up initially took six hours to apply, but the make-up team was able to reduce the time to four and a half hours.[202]

Whedon noted that the series already has several Inhumans who are "fairly attractive" and the producers wanted "to also show the other side of the change that bad things can happen", with Tancharoen elaborating that "on a very basic level, we were interested in putting a monster in the mix, because he is not human and his looks are pretty crazy and scary. We wanted to put our team up against something like that."[200] On how the cast and characters react to seeing Lash, Bennet said, "I like to think that they've seen their fair share of crazy shit and that's just something that's pretty insane but not totally mind-blowing."[203] Following the reveal that Lash still had a human form, Bell said that they would spend time exploring different characters as potential candidates,[201] though the human form was revealed to be Garner two episodes later.[204] For the onscreen CGI transformation from Garner to Lash, Underwood and Willig were 3D scanned (the latter while in full prosthetics and make-up), and then Underwood provided motion capture for the sequence, as visual effects supervisor Mark Kolpack noted the lack of resemblance between Underwood and the final Lash design, and so wanted to keep as much of Underwood's "essence" throughout the transformation process as possible. Underwood portrayed the transformation as "painful", "rigid", and "tiring", though he noted that it would become easier for the character to transform the more it happened.[205]

Going into the third season, Underwood had only known that the producers wanted to explore more of Garner's personal life, after his appearances in the second season were "as an appendage to Agent May...a device and a construct to open her up and see more of her life." He also did not see the Lash reveal coming, which he did not learn until the table read for "Devils You Know", when it is presumed Garner is dead, and the producers approached him afterwards to tell them their plan for the character. Underwood compared the Garner / Lash dynamic to Jekyll and Hyde and Bruce Banner / the Hulk, and compared the new May / Garner dynamic to Beauty and the Beast.[206] On Lash's motivations, Underwood stated that "Lash sees [the Inhumans] as an exalted society and it's an honor to be an Inhuman. Not everyone is worthy of that moniker. He takes it upon himself to be judge, jury and executioner of who is worthy of being an Inhuman and who is not."[206] Elaborating on this and Garner's connection to Lash, Underwood said, "If you look at his work as a psychologist...in S.H.I.E.L.D., he determines [who] is worthy and is not worthy to be part of the Secret Warriors team...it makes sense that it's kind of that same kind of rationale, but on steroids".[207]

Robert Gonzales

Robert Gonzales (portrayed by Edward James Olmos) is an elderly S.H.I.E.L.D. agent, tactician, and the commander of The Iliad during the fall of S.H.I.E.L.D. who is tasked with protecting the Kree monolith. He is convinced not to destroy the ship (to prevent Hydra from claiming the monolith) so that the hundreds of agents on board may live, disobeying Fury's orders, and subsequently becomes a founding member of the "real S.H.I.E.L.D." alongside Anne Weaver, Tomas Calderon, and Agent Oliver. He remains hyper-critical of secrets and all things alien, even after agreeing to keep Coulson on as Director of a new, unified S.H.I.E.L.D., but still attempts to negotiate with Jiaying and the Inhumans peacefully. However, Jiaying kills Gonzales and shoots herself, claiming that he attacked her, in order to start a war against S.H.I.E.L.D.

It was announced in January 2015 that Olmos would be joining the series as Robert Gonzales,[208] with Olmos describing joining the MCU one of the high points of his career.[209] Concerning the apparent difference in philosophies between Gonzales and Coulson, Olmos explained that "the situations that I’ve come across and the situations that he’s come across have changed our ability to work with the same understanding. He’s working like Fury worked and under that understanding. I don’t work under Fury’s understanding....I think that Coulson’s philosophy is the same as mine! We are S.H.I.E.L.D. We are not anything but S.H.I.E.L.D. people. It’s just that our S.H.I.E.L.D., the one that we originally put forth, was very, very transparent. And the S.H.I.E.L.D. that has materialized under Fury—and now Coulson—is much more secretive." Olmos also compared the relationship between the two factions of S.H.I.E.L.D. to that between the Democrats and the Republicans.[210]

Alisha Whitley

Alisha Whitley (portrayed by Alicia Vela-Bailey)[211] is a duplicating Inhuman who was loyal to Jiaying until she learned that the latter started the war with S.H.I.E.L.D. After Jiaying's death, Alisha helps S.H.I.E.L.D. until she falls under the influence of Hive. She is later murdered by a Kree reaper offscreen.

Kebo

Kebo (portrayed by Daz Crawford) is a member of Hydra, second-in-command to Ward until he is killed by Morse. Crawford only signed on for the second-season finale,[211][212] but the writers liked him in the character and so brought him back for the third season.[212] Crawford said that Kebo has reservations about Ward as a boss, but "some people like their bosses, some people don’t."[212]

Introduced in season three

Rosalind Price

Rosalind Price (portrayed by Constance Zimmer) is the head of the ATCU as it crosses paths with S.H.I.E.L.D. in the hunt for Inhumans. After developing a romantic relationship with Coulson, Price is killed by Ward.

In July 2015, Zimmer was cast as Price,[213][214] who Gregg described as "a potent...I wouldn’t say doppelganger, but she’s definitely got a lot in common with Coulson. She represents a character who’s not someone he comes across every day, who has more in common with him than most other people do."[55] That September, Bell elaborated, "Where in the past, Coulson frequently plays sort of a paternal role on the show, because Daisy is kind of a surrogate daughter figure—suddenly there's another adult [in Price], who can banter, who can hold her own, and there's something nice about seeing him in that relationship."[215]

Luther Banks

Luther Banks (portrayed by Andrew Howard)[216] is an ATCU agent and former Marine loyal to Price. He is killed by Giyera.

Joey Gutierrez

Joey Gutierrez (portrayed by Juan Pablo Raba) is an Inhuman and former construction worker with the ability to melt certain metals who is recruited by S.H.I.E.L.D. for Daisy Johnson's Secret Warriors team.

Raba was announced as cast in August 2015.[198] Scott Meslow of Vulture and Oliver Sava of The A.V. Club, reviewing the season three episode "Laws of Nature", both indicated their pleasure in seeing Gutierrez, a gay character, appear on the series, which Meslow noted appeared to be the first openly gay character in the MCU.[217][218]

Werner von Strucker

Werner von Strucker (portrayed by Spencer Treat Clark)[219] is the son of Hydra leader Baron “Wolfgang” von Strucker, who is recruited to Hydra by Ward after Wolfgang's death. After failing to follow Ward's orders to kill Garner, Werner is left in a vegetative state by Kebo, and is taken into S.H.I.E.L.D. custody. He is later hospitalized in an asylum and teams up with General Hale and her daughter Ruby upon being freed. Werner gave in to General Hale's demands when he saw one of his father's experiments in the form of Carl Creel lifting weights. After Ruby gets 8% of the gravitonium in her, Werner is accidentally killed by Ruby.

Giyera

R. Giyera (portrayed by Mark Dacascos)[220] is a telekinetic Inhuman and head of security for the ATCU, secretly loyal to Malick. He is eventually swayed over to Hive's side, until he is killed by Fitz.

Polly Hinton

Polly Hinton (portrayed by Lola Glaudini)[221] is the wife of Charles Hinton and mother of Robin Hinton.

J.T. James / Hellfire

J.T. James (portrayed by Axle Whitehead) is an Inhuman who was refused the right of Terrigenesis by Jiaying and banished from Afterlife. Johnson subjects James to the transformation while under the influence of Hive, giving James the ability to imbue objects with fire. He is then taken under Hive's influence himself, and chooses the codename Hellfire. After Hive is destroyed, James suffers terrible withdrawal symptoms and comes to hate being an Inhuman as a result. He betrays his kind to the Watchdogs, helping them track and kill other Inhumans, with the promise that they would kill him when they are done.

Whitehead first guest starred as James in "Paradise Lost", introduced as someone from Lincoln's past, with Whitehead and Mitchell having previously starred together on Home and Away.[222] With the character recurring through the rest of the third season, he was revealed to be an adaptation of the comic Secret Warrior character Hellfire.[223] Executive producer Tancharoen felt it was "a no-brainer" to include Hellfire in the series, despite him not being Inhuman in the comics. Whedon expanded, saying, "We liked his attitude. He’s a tell-it-like-it-is guy. He’s a little bit of a prick. He does not care if he’s liked, and that’s fun to write." The producers were also able to find a way to incorporate Hellfire's signature fire chain into the series.[224] In the fourth season, it is revealed that his full name is J.T. James.[225]

Anderson

Anderson (portrayed by Alexander Wraith)[135] is a S.H.I.E.L.D. agent and assistant to Coulson.

Nathaniel Malick

Nathaniel Malick (portrayed by Joel Dabney Courtney in season three,[135] Thomas E. Sullivan in season seven[226]) is Gideon's brother, who he sacrificed to Hive. Hive later tapped into his memories and used them to get revenge on Gideon by killing Nathaniel's niece Stephanie.

While traveling through time to stop the Chronicoms, the S.H.I.E.L.D. team encountered Nathaniel in the 1970s, who lived long after his death in the original timeline after the Chronicoms aligned themselves with his father Wilfred. Following an encounter with Daisy and seeing her use her powers, Nathaniel became inspired to work independently of Hydra before capturing her and transplanting her abilities to himself. By the 1980s, he refined his control over them and aligned himself with the Chronicom Sibyl. Once they get ahold of her Time Stream, Nathaniel gleaned knowledge of the future from it and used it to recruit like-minded individuals to sow chaos, such as a young John Garrett and the Inhuman Kora, as well as attempt to eliminate Fitz as he holds the key to foiling his plans. After losing patience however, he inadvertently ruins Sibyl's plan to find Fitz before taking Kora's powers following her betrayal and fighting Daisy, during which she detonates the Chronicoms' ships; killing Nathaniel in the process.

Piper

Piper (portrayed by Briana Venskus) is a S.H.I.E.L.D. agent and member of May's strike team.[227] She makes sporadic minor appearances helping the team in their various missions and forms a connection with Agent Davis.

Aida "Ophelia" / Madame Hydra

Aida (portrayed by Mallory Jansen) is a Life Model Decoy, an android body based on Radcliffe's former lover and partner Agnes Kitsworth (also portrayed by Jansen) into which he transferred his artificial intelligence AIDA (voiced by Amanda Rea). After the Darkhold shows Radcliffe the secret to eternal life, Radcliffe programs Aida to go rogue in an attempt to steal the book from S.H.I.E.L.D. She is ultimately beheaded in battle against S.H.I.E.L.D., and Radcliffe builds a new model of the android. Aida later kills Kitsworth, so her consciousness can reside in the Framework reality. Aida enters the Framework where she takes up the name "Ophelia" and is also known as Madame Hydra, the leader of Hydra. She also has a relationship with Leo Fitz in his alias of The Doctor. Agnes also resides in the Framework, living with Radcliffe's consciousness on Ogygia before she is deleted by The Doctor. With the help of Project Looking Glass, Aida succeeds in making her organic body, and once again goes by Ophelia. Ophelia also gains the Inhuman abilities of teleportation, electric charge manipulation, and a healing factor. She is later killed by Phil Coulson possessed by Ghost Rider.

The artificial intelligence AIDA is briefly voiced by Amanda Rea in the third-season finale.[228] By June 2016, casting was underway for a "very attractive" actress to portray the robot in a recurring role for the fourth season. The character was described as moving around "quite naturally", but speaking "a bit formally" like Iron Man's J.A.R.V.I.S. A.I. in the MCU films.[229] In August, Jansen was cast in the role;[230] she also portrays Agnes Kitsworth,[231] for which she uses her native Australian accent.[232] In April 2017, it was revealed that Aida would appear in the Framework reality as Madame Hydra, also portrayed by Jansen.[233][234] On having Aida become Madame Hydra, Whedon noted, "We had what is one of most formidable female villains we’ve ever had [in Aida], and we were bringing back Hydra, so it seemed like a natural pairing. She’s plugged herself into this world and clearly she’s trying to live some other new, unique life. We felt like if you grew up in a world and tried to be as powerful as you could be, and that world was Hydra-dominated, then it would be natural that she would become [Madame Hydra]. We thought it would be a fun way to introduce that character that’s so creepy, odd, weird, and fun."[235]

Aida's costume was custom made, and inspired by the works of Alexander McQueen. Foley wanted it to be simple to "not take away from the character at all", but also "sort of a 'Where did this outfit come from?' kind of a feeling so that it's specifically hers. It just adds to the mystery of who she is."[236] Jansen described "Aida 2.0" as being programmed to be more ruthless, with the character's costume a darker shade of gray than that worn by the original Aida to reflect these changes.[237] New costume designer Amanda Riley took Foley's costumes for Aida as the base shape of the Madame Hydra costume, but looked to make it feel "stronger" and more military-esque than those costumes by having the shoulders of the costume evoke epaulettes. The costume uses the color green, which is closely tied with the character in the comics.[238]

Introduced in season four

Robbie Reyes / Ghost Rider

Roberto "Robbie" Reyes (portrayed by Gabriel Luna) is a mechanic who, alongside his brother Gabe, was attacked by gang members who were hired to kill their uncle Eli Morrow. Gabe was paralyzed and Robbie was killed, but his life was saved when a Ghost Rider riding a motorcycle gave Robbie his power, creating a new Ghost Rider. Robbie lives to protect Gabe, and at night he seeks out vengeance by hunting the guilty and murdering them. His actions bring him into contact with the vigilante Quake and the agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., through whom he learns of his uncle's interests in the Darkhold. This leads to Robbie taking Morrow through a portal to another dimension. After returning to Earth, Robbie Reyes helps to defeat Aida and uses his new portal-making abilities to take the Darkhold far away.

Advertisements for Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. ahead of the 2016 San Diego Comic-Con International featuring a flaming chain lead to speculation that the character of Ghost Rider would be joining the series during the season, though it was noted that the image could indicate an increased role for Hellfire after his introduction in the third season.[239] When casting for a Latino character matching the description of Marvel Comics' Robbie Reyes, was revealed to be underway for the series, further speculation pointed to the inclusion of Ghost Rider, a mantle that Reyes took over in the comics.[229][240] At the series' Comic-Con panel, this speculation was confirmed, and Luna was announced to be cast in the role.[241] Luna had initially been hesitant to sign up for a recurring, rather than starring, role, but changed his mind once he was told that the character would be Ghost Rider, who he was a fan of growing up.[242] He felt it was "too good to be true" that Reyes "was a character who looked like me, acted like me, and had this amazing family dynamic with his brother",[243] with Luna relating to the latter since his father died before he was born leaving Luna the "oldest male in [his] immediate family".[242]

Luna described the Ghost Rider as a "separate entity" from Reyes, comparing the dynamic to the Hulk.[242] Reyes was chosen as the Ghost Rider for the series, over other versions of the character, since his is the newest version from the comics, and the executive producers thought "it would be interesting to bring in someone with [his] background into our dynamic". Regarding if the character would be possessed by a Satanic serial killer, as in the comics, or by the more traditional Spirit of Vengeance, Tancharoen said, "We’re staying true to his circumstance. But as always with any property that we use, we’re taking our liberties with it," with Whedon adding that they would be "pulling a little bit from different versions of the Ghost Rider" with "a little mixing and matching".[244] Luna said that due to the character's recent introduction in the comics, "a lot of the show is going to be expanding the Ghost Rider canon";[245] however Luna read all 12 issues of the All-New Ghost Rider series that introduced Reyes for preparation.[246] The character drives a 1969 Dodge Charger in the show,[247] the "Hellcharger" of the comics which Luna nicknamed Lucy, for Lucifer.[248] The production had a hero car and a double for stunts, while the visual effects team used a CG double when needed.[249] Eric Norris serves as Luna's stunt driver,[243][250] with Morgan Benoit, a frequent collaborator with Luna, as his stunt double.[243]

The character's signature jacket and flaming head were designed by Marvel Television creative director Joshua Shaw, based on Felipe Smith's design from the comics.[236][251] The skull design includes exhaust-type jets of flames coming from the temples to mimic the effects on his car.[252] For the CG skull, Luna wore tracking markers on his face to provide performance-reference for these sequences,[245] especially for the animation of Ghost Rider's coal-like eyes.[252] Luna also wears a hood fitted with flickering lights, to create the effect of fire lighting up his costume and surfaces around him. The lights can be adjusted to match different temperature fire for different situations.[246][252] Whedon noted that the series depicts Reyes' flaming head "exactly as much as we can afford", adding, "We’re hoping that the character has not just a flaming skull but some real heart to him, and some depth."[253] Foley paired the character's jacket with jeans and Vans to keep Reyes "grounded in the reality of where he was brought up in Los Angeles". Foley also worked with Kolpack to ensure that the costume would not interfere with the visual effects.[236] Since a skeleton does not have a voice box, the Ghost Rider does not speak in the series.[254]

In August 2016, Marvel Television head Jeph Loeb said that the character "could venture into other sections of the Marvel Cinematic Universe", depending on the audience's response to their take on him, saying, "if we can tell that story in a compelling way, then the thing to do is to then have people want more. And if they want more, the networks say, oh, we want more." On this, Luna noted that he "signed on the line to do all the work necessary ... that's extremely exciting."[255] That October, Luna said that there had been "rumblings" about a spin-off for the character, but reiterated that it would depend on audience response.[256]

Gabe Reyes

Gabriel "Gabe" Reyes (portrayed by Lorenzo James Henrie) is Robbie's younger brother, who was paralyzed in the accident that led to Robbie becoming the Ghost Rider.

Casting for a Latino character matching the description of Gabe Reyes, was revealed to be underway for the series at the same time as it was for Robbie.[229][240] Robbie Reyes was confirmed for the series in September 2016,[241] and Henrie was revealed to be portraying Gabe later that month.[257] The role was one of the first that Henrie auditioned for after he finished filming for Fear the Walking Dead, in which his character is killed off. At his audition, Henrie confirmed that he would be able to dedicate his time to Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. without spoiling the events of Fear for the S.H.I.E.L.D. casting team, and was cast in the role the next day. His introduction as Gabe aired only weeks after his Fear the Walking Dead death aired.[258]

Lucy Bauer

Lucy Bauer (portrayed by Lilli Birdsell)[259][260] was a scientist working at Momentum Labs in a group including her husband Joseph and engineer Eli Morrow. They were experimenting with the mysterious Darkhold until Morrow took steps to gain the book's power for himself by creating a machine that turned Lucy and her co-workers into ghost-like beings. Lucy later attempts to force Morrow to restore her body, but his nephew Robbie Reyes exorcised her first with the power of the Ghost Rider, destroying her.

Jeffrey Mace / Patriot

Jeffrey Mace (portrayed by Jason O'Mara) is the new Director of S.H.I.E.L.D., who was appointed to try and restore the trust of the public following the public outlawing of Steve Rogers and several of the Avengers due to the Sokovia Accords. Originally thought by the public and other members of S.H.I.E.L.D. to be an Inhuman with super-strength and invulnerability, Mace instead received his abilities from the U.S. government's Project Patriot, which used a super-serum derived from Calvin Johnson's formula. Mace received the serum after being heralded for a heroic moment at a ceremony in Vienna, Austria following the signing of the Sokovia Accords. With S.H.I.E.L.D. in need of a new, enhanced director on the recommendation of outgoing director Coulson, Talbot and the U.S. government gave the job to Mace, who they could trust. After it was revealed that Mace's powers were a lie, Coulson decided that Mace should stay on as "the Patriot" and the face and political leader of S.H.I.E.L.D., while Coulson takes back command of S.H.I.E.L.D. operations. In the Framework, Mace is the head of the S.H.I.E.L.D. resistance. During the raid on the Hydra Cultivation Enlightenment Camp, Mace sacrifices himself to buy everyone time to get out of the collapsing quarantine building, resulting in his death in the real world as well.

A flash-forward at the end of the third-season finale revealed that Coulson would no longer be the director of S.H.I.E.L.D. in the fourth season. The showrunners intentionally avoided giving hints as to who the new director would be in the sequence.[116] After speculation in the media about which previously introduced character could be taking on the role,[261] it was revealed that the new leader would actually be a new character to the series portrayed by O'Mara, described as a character "whose Marvel roots go back to the 1940s".[262] The character was always going to be new to the series, as the executive producers felt that replacing Coulson with someone he knows "wouldn’t [provide] as much tension to mine from".[263] The character was revealed to be Mace and an Inhuman with super strength with his introduction in "Meet the New Boss".[264][265][266] O'Mara, a big Marvel fan as a child who has worked a lot with ABC, found out that Marvel was "really seriously" interested in him for the part in the same call that his agent told him that his A&E pilot The Infamous was not getting picked up to series. Within 24 hours, O'Mara had talked to Loeb, watched some of the third season of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., and accepted an offer to join the season without reading a script for it. He described the character as "high status", saying that "he comes in and he's the boss, telling the other characters orders. Here I come in after [the other actors] been doing this for four years and I'm telling them what to do. It's a little awkward".[267]

Ellen Nadeer

Ellen Nadeer (portrayed by Parminder Nagra)[268][269] is a senator and leader of the Humans First movement, who hates Inhumans after her mother's death during the Chitauri invasion. Her hatred of Inhumans comes from misunderstanding their origins believing them to be aliens who have taken over the bodies of people. She fears that an invasion will happen, when all Inhumans are just a new minority on Earth. Ellen even attempts to kill her brother Vijay, who resisted Terrigenesis for seven months before being freed. This results in him cocooning a second time. Nadeer allies herself with the Watchdogs as their benefactor. When high-ranking Watchdog Tucker Shockley tests Nadeer's humanity with a Terrigen crystal, it reveals his own explosive Inhuman abilities. Nadeer and those with her die in the ensuing explosion.

Burrows

Burrows (portrayed by Patrick Cavanaugh)[270] is a member of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s PR division loyal to Mace. He dies during the ambush on the airplane that Coulson and Mace are on. In the Framework, Burrows is part of the S.H.I.E.L.D. resistance.

Eli Morrow

Elias "Eli" Morrow (portrayed by José Zúñiga) is the uncle of Robbie and Gabe Reyes, and engineer who helped raise his nephews. After his coworkers at Momentum Energy labs began experimenting with the Darkhold, Morrow came to crave its power for himself. He put Joseph Bauer into a coma trying to find the book, and ultimately turned the rest of his coworkers into ghost-like beings. S.H.I.E.L.D. breaks him out of prison believing him to be a victim, but he uses the Darkhold to create a machine that gives him the power to create matter. Ghost Rider drags Eli and himself into another dimension.

The comics version of Eli Morrow is a Satanist who, after dying, possesses his nephew Robbie and turns him into the Ghost Rider.[271] In August 2016, Whedon cautioned that the series would not necessarily be directly adapting the comics' storyline, saying, "We can’t say much about what we’re going to do with [Robbie Reyes’] origin, but we are doing our own spin on it. We don't want people who have read the comics to know exactly what's coming."[272] In October, Morrow was confirmed to be appearing in the series, with Zúñiga cast.[273] He is changed for the series by introducing him as an apparently innocent man, and then revealing him to be as power hungry as his fellow scientists experimenting on the Darkhold. The abilities he gains from his experiments have been compared to those of the comic character Molecule Man.[271]

Anton Ivanov / The Superior

Anton Ivanov (portrayed by Zach McGowan)[274] is a reclusive Russian industrialist known as "The Superior", who champions traditional values and old-fashioned hardware over modern technology and extraterrestrial entities. He believes that Coulson is the cause of Earth's alien problems (due to pictures of him investigating unknown objects) and works with the Watchdogs, Senator Nadeer, and Holden Radcliffe to fight S.H.I.E.L.D. He is highly deluded, believing Inhumans are cheaters and monsters. After being crippled by Daisy Johnson, Aida decapitates Ivanov and creates an android body for his mind to control. Ivanov then creates multiple additional bodies for his mind to control. After finding Anton Ivanov's head, General Hale persuaded Ivanov to join up with her. His head was on a robot body when he confronts Yo-Yo so he could use the Particle Infusion Chamber. Ivanov was knocked out a window by Yo-Yo which finally killed him and deactivated his mechanical soldiers.

Hope MacKenzie

Hope MacKenzie (portrayed by Jordan Rivera)[275] is Mack's daughter. She died shortly after birth in real life, but she appears alive in the Framework. Hope's Framework counterpart is later deleted when the Framework collapses.

Enoch

Enoch Coltrane (portrayed by Joel Stoffer)[276] is a Chronicom anthropologist from the planet Chronyca-2 who poses as a human. He abducts and sends Phil Coulson's group, except for Fitz, through time to the Lighthouse in the year 2091 due to a prophecy uncovered by Robin Hinton. He later helps Fitz get to the same time to save the rest of his team. During the final battle with Kasius, Enoch and Deke sacrifice themselves to get Coulson's team back to their own time.

In season six, his present day form later works to keep Fitz' body safe when their ship is attacked by the Confederacy. When they arrive on the planet Kitson, Enoch and Fitz work to afford a way off. After Fitz is captured by Chronicom Hunter Malachi, Enoch runs into Simmons. When Enoch's superior, Atarah orders him to use Fitz and Simmons to figure out time travel to save Chronyca-2, he betrays her and helps his new friends escape. Once he is sure they will be safe, Enoch leaves to make contact with fellow Chronicom anthropologist Isaiah, only to learn he had been reassigned. Despite this, Enoch takes over his body and returns to Earth to save Fitz and Simmons when Malachi raids the Lighthouse. To help S.H.I.E.L.D. combat the Chronicoms, he contributes technology from his planet towards the construction of a Phil Coulson L.M.D.

In season seven, Enoch helped S.H.I.E.L.D. time travel to the 1930s to stop the Chronicoms from killing Freddy Malick, father of future Hydra leader Gideon Malick. Though he was unable to reach his friends before they were forced to travel to a different time, Enoch remained with Ernest Koenig; becoming his new bartender in exchange for information on how he will come to help S.H.I.E.L.D. in the future. By 1955, Enoch retained his bartender position while continuing to help the S.H.I.E.L.D. team stop the Chronicoms' latest plot. In 1973, Enoch reunited with the S.H.I.E.L.D. agents while helping them escape a Hydra ambush. When the Zephyr is caught in a time storm, Enoch sacrifices his Electrochron Displacement Mechanism so Deke can fix the Time Drive. Before shutting down, he tells Daisy and the Coulson L.M.D. that this will be the team's final mission.

Stoffer는 원래 "실루엣 남자"로 인정 받았던 시즌 4의 마지막 에피소드에 출연했습니다. [277] 시즌 다섯의 첫 번째 에피소드에 대해 반환 할 때 Stoffer는 문자가 외국인이었다 배운 에녹이 될 것 Stoffer의 "좋아, 모든 시간의 노래"중 하나를 포함 에피소드의 오프닝 몽타주를 배웠다. 또한 캐릭터는 "그냥 더 잘 들리기 때문에"Enoch로 변경되기 전에 처음에는 Silas라고 불 렸습니다. Stoffer는 Enoch를 "일생의 기회"라고 불렀습니다. 그는 Chronicom 종과 마찬가지로 Enoch가 누구인지를 발명 할 수 있었기 때문입니다. [278] Den of Geek의 Michael Ahr는 Enoch처럼 Stoffer의 성능을 느꼈습니다. "of Star Trek : The Next Generation ". [279]

시즌 5에 도입

테스

테스 ( Eve Harlow가 그린 )는 더 나은 미래에 대한 희망을 가지고 등대에 사는 수완이 풍부하고 자급 자족입니다. [128] 그녀는 나중에 플린트를 크리에 데려다달라고 요구하는 메시지와 함께 크리에 의해 교수형을 당했다. Kasius는 나중에 Kree 의사가 Tess를 되살리기 위해 Kree 절차를 수행하도록하여 Mack와 Yo-Yo가 Flint를 항복하라는 메시지를 전달할 수 있도록했습니다. Kasius의 죽음 이후, Tess와 Flint는 지구를 재건하기 위해 Flint의 능력을 사용할 준비를합니다.

Harlow는 2017 년 11 월 역할로 발표되었습니다. [128]

Kasius

Kasius (portrayed by Dominic Rains)[276] is a Kree nobleman and perfectionist in the year 2091 who is the overseer of the Lighthouse. Kasius was sent to oversee the Lighthouse by his father after his failure in an earlier battle while his brother Faulnak oversaw the Kree Empire. During his fight with Mack, Kasius took a Kree medicine that removes his pain after killing future Elena. With help from Jemma, Mack was able to kill Kasius.

Rains' makeup takes 4 hours to apply.[280]

Sinara

Sinara (portrayed by Florence Faivre)[276] is a female Kree in the year 2091 that serves as Kasius' second-in-command, enforcer, and head of the Kree Watch. She wields floating spheres which she uses to either attack her enemies or kill anyone that has offended Kasius. After most of Phil Coulson's group fled to the remains of Earth, Kasius sent Sinara to dispose of them. During the gravity storm fight with Daisy Johnson aboard the modified Zephyr-One, Sinara was killed when Daisy Johnson impaled her with a pipe.

Faivre's makeup takes 3.5 hours to apply.[281]

Grill

Grill (portrayed by Pruitt Taylor Vince) is a "gruff taskmaster" of the Lighthouse's junkyard with an unforgiving temperament, who does not have illusions about the world he lives in.[128] When Grill finds out about Yo-Yo, Flint's Inhuman ability manifests where he kills Grill with assembled rocks in self-defense.

Vince was announced in the role in November 2017.[128]

Flint

Flint (portrayed by Coy Stewart) is a young man and inhabitant of the Lighthouse looking to make something of himself, and to prove that he is capable of big things.[128] He undergoes Terrigenesis and develops geokinesis, which he first used to kill Grill in self-defense. Flint later helps Mack and Yo-Yo defeat attacking Vrellnexians. Before dying, an elderly Robin Hinton tells Melinda May about a vision that involves Flint which she had when she was still a child. After rebuilding the Time Monolith, Flint joins Tess to rebuild Earth.

시즌 6에서 Izel은 Di'Allas의 에너지를 사용하여 Monoliths를 재건하기 위해 Mack와 Yo-Yo의 기억에서 Flint의 복제본을 만듭니다. 그렇게하기 위해 부싯돌을 소유 한 후, 이젤은 요요를 소유하고 부싯돌의 다리를 부러 뜨리고 파이퍼가 그를 대피시킵니다.

시즌 7에서 플린트와 파이퍼는 Chronicoms를 물리 치는 동안 Enoch, Leo Fitz, Jemma Simmons 및 딸 Alya를 보호합니다. 1 년 후 Flint는 5 월에 Coulson Academy의 학생이됩니다.

스튜어트는 2017 년 11 월 역할로 발표되었습니다. 역할은 인 휴먼 즈 만화 에 나오는 같은 이름의 캐릭터를 기반으로합니다 . [128]

건장한

Hale ( Catherine Dent가 묘사 )은 여성 준장이자 Glenn Talbot에게 일어난 일 이후 Phil Coulson의 그룹을 사냥하는 Ruby의 어머니입니다. [282] 알리사 Jirrels는 십 헤일 그렸다. [283]십대 시절에 그녀는 Baron Strucker의 라이벌이자 Jasper Sitwell의 급우입니다. Daniel Whitehall은 수정을 통해 Hydra의 다음 리더를 키우기 위해 그녀를 선택했습니다. 나중에 그녀는 Confederacy라는 외계인 동맹의 Qovas와 연락 할 수있는 외계인 장치를 발견했습니다. Hale 장군이 SHIELD와 Hydra가 함께 일하도록하려는 시도를하게 된 것은 그녀의 남부 연합의 피곤함 때문입니다. 그녀는 곧 Carl Creel 및 Anton Ivanov와 팀을 이룹니다. Ruby의 죽음 이후 Hale은 Qovas에게 SHIELD가 이제 그라 비토 늄을 가지고 있다고 알립니다. Talbot이 그라 비토 늄을 흡수하고 Qovas의 함선을 지휘 한 후, Hale은 Hydra 재 프로그래밍을 통해 그를 제어하려고하지만 그는 자신의 힘으로 Hale을 반역하고 분쇄합니다.

루비 헤일

Ruby Hale ( Dove Cameron이 그린 )은 Daisy Johnson에 집착하는 General Hale의 딸입니다. [282] 그녀는 어머니로부터 암살자 훈련을 받았으며, 그녀가 맥을 공격 할 때 엘레나의 팔 절반을 잘라내 는데 사용했던 차크라휘두른다 . [284] 그것은 그녀가 인공 수정을 통해 태어난 것으로 나타났다. 루비가 그라 비토 늄의 8 %를 얻었을 때, 그녀는 프랭클린 홀과 이안 퀸의 목소리를 칼 크릴처럼 머릿속에 들려 실수로 베르너 폰 스트 러커를 죽이기 시작합니다. 데이지 존슨과 헤일 장군이 그녀를 도와 주려고 시도한 후, 엘레나는 루비의 차크라 중 하나를 사용하여 그녀를 불행에서 벗어나게하고, 팔을 자르는 것에 대해 루비에 대한 복수를합니다.

2017 년 11 월 마블은 도브 카메론이 2018 년 1 월 캐릭터 루비로 공개 된 불특정 역할 [285]로 시즌에 합류했다고 밝혔다. [286] 카메론은 "매우 흥미로운, 복잡하고 어두운 소녀"와 "와일드 카드"로 루비를 설명했다. [284] [287] 루비 나 문자에 대해 아무것도 몰랐 역할, 카메론, 오디션 때, 생산자가 좋아 살인자처럼 그녀를했다. 이것은 그녀가 역할에 캐스팅되고 Ruby가 일종의 암살자라는 것을 알게 된 후 Cameron을 도왔습니다. [284]루비와 어머니의 관계와 관련하여 Cameron은이 두 강한 여성과의 관계가 "복잡하다"고 느꼈습니다. 그녀는 계속해서 "그곳에도 많은 사랑이 있습니다. 마치 진짜 복잡한 모녀 관계 같아요. 아주 슬프고, 아주 만족 스럽습니다. 아주 무서워요. 아주 빠릅니다. 아주 육체적이에요." [287]

Qovas

Qovas ( Peter Mensah가 묘사 )는 Hale 장군이 대답하는 Confederacy의 Remorath 대표입니다. [288] Qovas 등대까지 Remorath 전사를 전송하여, SHIELD들이 소지가있는 gravitonium 추구. 이것은 Remorath 전사들이 gravitonium으로 강화 된 Glenn Talbot에 의해 살해되는 것으로 끝납니다. 그가 패배 한 5 월과의 싸움에서 Qovas는 등대를 공격하기 위해 이온화 미사일을 발사했지만 Deke가 배를 공격하기 위해 좌표를 변경하여 그를 죽였다는 사실을 알게되었습니다.

시즌 6에 도입

마커스 벤슨

마커스 벤슨 ( 배리 샤바카 헨리 ( Barry Shabaka Henley ))은 앤드류 가너의 자연 과학 교수이자 동료로 SHIELD에 과학적 전문 지식을 제공하기 위해 채용했습니다. 그는 나중에 비행기를 얻어 중앙 아메리카로 가서 Izel에 대한 정보를 찾았습니다. Izel은 Mack가 필요한 사원의 위치를 ​​차지하면서 그를 Zephyr로 소환합니다. 그녀는 벤슨의 사망 한 남편 토마스의 유령으로 그를 괴롭힌다. 그는 벤슨이 자동차 사고 후 토마스에게 생명 유지를 명령했을 때 취했다고 주장한다. Benson은 위치를 포기합니다. Mack와 Yo-Yo는 그를 비행기의 격리실에서 쫓아 내서 SHIELD에게 Izel의 위치를 ​​알림으로써 그를 안전하게 보낼 수 있습니다.

자코

Jaco (Winston James Francis가 묘사)는 Sarge 그룹의 일원 인 영리하고 강력한 불특정 외계 용병입니다. 그는 가족의 쓰레기가되었고 그의 가족이 "비료로 변할"때까지 제빵사가되기를 원했습니다. Deke Shaw의 기술 회사에서 싸움이 벌어졌을 때 Jaco는 Framework 시뮬레이션을 사용하여 Deke와 Mack에 의해 제압되었습니다. 지구 대기를 숨 쉴 수 없어 죽은 척 한 자코는 데이지가 그를 기절시키기 전에 불을 뿜는 능력을 드러냈다. Izel의 배에서 FitzSimmons를 구하는 데 도움을 준 Jaco는 Sarge의 핵으로 Lazy Comet을 날려 버리기 위해 목숨을 바칩니다.

눈송이

Snowflake ( Brooke Williams 촬영 )는 Sarge 그룹의 일원이며 죽음과 부활에 매료 된 공간적이면서도 치명적인 여성입니다. 그녀는 나중에 그녀의 안전에 대한 복수를 한 Sarge에게 버림받은 후 Deke와 사랑에 빠집니다. Sarge가 Zephyr One을 납치하려 시도한 후 구금 된 후 Daisy는 그녀가 저지른 살인으로 Snowflake를 구금하여 Deke를 실망 시켰습니다. 그녀의 감방에 대형 스크린 TV가 있었지만

팍스

Pax ( Matt O'Leary가 그린 )는 Sarge 그룹의 일원 인 위험하면서도 유머러스 한 용병입니다. Deke Shaw의 기술 회사에서 싸울 때 Pax는 Icer에 맞았습니다. Zephyr One이 납치 된 후 그녀의 배에 탑승 한 Izel을 상대하는 임무에서 Pax는 먼저 Yo-Yo가 가져온 Shelter Charge (Sarge가 가져온 역장 생성 장치)에 얼굴을 맞 춥니 다. Jaco가 치료를 받기를 원했지만 Sarge는 복수를 추구하는 데 속도를 늦추고 있다고 믿고 그를 쏘기로 결정했습니다.

말라기

말라기 ( Christopher James Baker가 그린 ) [289]Fitz를 표적으로 삼고 Atarah에게 대답하는 Chronyca-2의 Chronicom 사냥꾼입니다. 그는 어디든 순간 이동할 수있는 특별한 차크라를 사용합니다. Chronicom 사냥꾼과 Kitson의 Quake 사이의 싸움에서 Malachi는 Simmons와 잠시 재회 한 후 Fitz와 결별합니다. Atarah가 FitzSimmons가 시간 여행을 해결하지 못하는 것에 참을성을 갖기 시작하면 Malachi, Atarah 및 Chronicoms가 그들과 함께있는 Enoch에 의해 비활성화됩니다. Malachi는 나중에 Fitz와 Simmons를 사냥하겠다는 Baal-Gad의 제안을 거절합니다. 그들이 대뇌 융합 기계에 그들의 뇌의 사본을 가지고 있음을 밝힙니다. 필요한 정보를 얻은 후 Malachi는 Atarah에게 Chronyca-3를 구축하라고 권하지만 Chronyca-2는 여전히 구할 수 있다고 단호합니다. Malachi는 그녀를 쏘고 그의 동료 Chronicom에게 두 개의 목표물을 사냥하라고 명령합니다. 이로 인해 그는 모든 Chronicom 인류학자를 사냥꾼에게 재배치하고 등대 공성전을 이끌게됩니다. Enoch는 Fitz, Simmons 및 그들과 함께있는 사람들을 구할 수 있었지만 Malachi는 Lighthouse and Fury 's Toolbox를 가져갈 수있었습니다.

이젤

이젤 ( Karolina Wydra)는 미스터 킷슨에게서 Fitz, Simmons, Enoch를 사 들여 그녀의 Di'Allas (SHIELD 팀이 만난 모놀리스)를 찾는 데 도움을 줄 수 있도록 미스터리하고 빨간 머리의 비 체형 외계인 용병입니다. 과거). 그녀는 나중에 Shrikes의 제작자로 밝혀졌고 가족을 제거한 이후 Sarge의 표적이되었습니다. 배가 파괴 된 후 Izel은 Mack에 접근하기 위해 SHIELD 요원을 소유하기 시작합니다. Sarge는 총에 맞고 Davis는 죽었습니다. 회복하고 치유 한 후, Sarge는 풀려나 고 Di'Allas의 에너지를 보유한 Gravitonium 생성기가있는 Izel과 마주합니다. Sarge는 Izel이 자신이 그녀와 같은 비 체형 세계에서 왔으며 "가족"이 그의 팀에 대한 Coulson의 기억이라고 주장했을 때 혼란스러워했습니다. 그녀가 방에서 나오면 요요는 그녀가 홀리 지 않도록 데이지 앞에 몸을 던진다. Mack는 Izel과 함께 그녀가 더 많은 SHIELD 사상자를 일으키지 않도록하고 Yo-Yo를 보호하기로 동의합니다. Benson으로부터 특정 사원에 대한 정보를 얻으면 Izel은 Mack와 Yo-Yo가 세 개의 Di'Allas를 재건하도록 도와줍니다. 그들의 에너지를 사용하여 기억에서 플린트의 복제품을 나타냅니다. 그녀는 그를 소유하고 Di'Allas를 재현합니다. 이후 그녀는 플린트의 다리를 부러 뜨리기 위해 요요를 소유한다. Izel은 Sarge와 맞닥 뜨렸을 때 그녀를 죽일 수 없었고 May를 찔러 그녀를 포털의 반대편으로 보냈습니다. Izel의 세계의 특성으로 인해 May는 그 끝에서 의식을 막을 수 있었고 Izel은 May와 싸웠습니다. 잠시 지구로 돌아온 후 Izel은 Sarge가 Mack와 Daisy와 싸우는 것을 발견합니다.

Izel는 마야 여신을 기반으로 Ixchel 만화 마야 신화에서.

시즌 7에 도입

윌프레드 "프레디"말릭

Wilfred "Freddy"Malick ( 1931 년 Darren Barnet , [290] [170] Neal Bledsoe 1955 년과 1970 년대 [291] )는 1931 년 우체국 밑에있는 speakeasy 도어맨 입니다. 그는 Chronicom Hunters의 표적이되었습니다. 그는 미래의 Hydra 리더 인 Gideon Malick의 아버지입니다. [170] Chronicoms와 그의 상사 그것을 그를 얘기하려고 어니스트의 간섭에도 불구하고, 프레디는 히드라 대표와 만나하는 슈퍼 군인 혈청에 대한 그들에게 구성 요소를 준 아브라함 어 스킨을 만들 것입니다.

1955 년까지 Freddy는 Hydra와 표면적으로는 SHIELD에서 권력을 잡았습니다. 그의 부하들이 SHIELD 과학자 대신 Deke를 점령 한 후 Freddy는 Deke가 1931 년에 목숨을 구하면서 그를 살려내기로 결정했습니다. Deke의 팀에도 불구하고 Daniel Sousa를 공격했습니다. 그가 살아남을 수 있도록 그의 죽음을 속일 수 있습니다. 그 후 Chronicoms는 Freddy와 동맹을 맺고 그가 1970 년을지나 살 수 있도록 돕습니다. 원래 타임 라인에서 사망 한 해. SHIELD에서의 그의 지위와 Chronicoms의 미래 지식을 사용하여 Deke가 계획을보기 전에 그를 죽 였지만 그는 수십 년 일찍 Project Insight를 구축하려고 시도합니다.

루크

Luke ( Luke Baines가 묘사 )는 SHIELD의 창조를 막기 위해 노력하는 Chronicom 사냥꾼입니다. 1931 년에 그는 뉴욕 경찰 대장 ( Tobias Jelinek이 묘사 ) [292] 의 신분을 취하여 Freddy Malick을 죽 였지만 SHIELD는 후자를 구하여 Chronicom이 폐쇄 시간 창을 통해 달아 나도록했습니다. 1955 년에 또 다른 실패한 음모에 이어 그는 Phil Coulson LMD를 Chronicoms쪽으로 흔들려고 시도했지만 소용이 없었습니다. 이에 대해 그는 뒤에 남아 프레디 말릭과 동맹을 맺습니다. 1976 년에 그는 Chronicoms에 다시 합류하여 Project Insight를 통해 SHIELD 요원을 더 많은 종류의 요원으로 대체했지만 Rick Stoner 장군에 의해 살해당했습니다.

무당

Sibyl ( Tamara Taylor가 묘사 )은 Time Stream이라는 장치를 사용하여 미래 확률을 결정할 수있는 Chronicom 예측 변수입니다. [293]1976 년 그녀의 Chronicom Hunters의 배를 파괴 한 Coulson LMD와의 만남 이후, 그녀는 1983 년까지 시체없이 River 's End 전력망에 갇혀 있었고, 프로그래머가 그를 죽이기 전에 조잡한 몸을 만들도록 설득했습니다. 그의 목적을 달성했습니다. 조잡하고 새로운 사냥꾼을 만들어 그녀는 시간 흐름을 되찾고 Nathaniel Malick과 힘을 합치는 동안 Coulson의 팀을 산만하게하는 데 사용했습니다. Kora가 Lighthouse의 힘을 빼앗은 후 그녀는 SHIELD의 시스템을 침범하고 기지의 위치에 대한 정보를 다운로드하여 동료 Chronicom이 그들을 파괴 할 수있었습니다. 그녀는 동료 Chronicoms와 다시 합류하여 Leo Fitz를 물리 칠 열쇠를 쥐고 있던 Leo Fitz를 찾기 위해 몸을 되찾았습니다. 하지만 참을성이없는 나다니엘이 그녀의 계획과 SHIELD를 망쳤습니다. 요원들은 그녀를 상대로 돌려서 그녀의 배를 파괴하기 전에 그녀의 군대를 타임 라인으로 데려 왔습니다. 그들과 함께 그녀를 데려가.

코라

Kora ( Dianne Doan이 묘사 ) [294]에너지 조작 능력을 가진 비인간적이며, Jiaying의 딸, Daisy의 이복 누이입니다. 그녀는 사후 세계에서 Jiaying에 의해 자랐지 만 그녀의 힘으로 인해 발생할 수있는 피해를 두려워했습니다. 그녀가 원래 타임 라인에서 자살하는 동안 Nathaniel Malick은 Chronicoms의 미래 지식을 사용하여 그녀를 구했고 그녀가 그의 계급에 합류하도록 설득했습니다. Afterlife에 대한 그의 습격에 참여한 Kora는 그녀의 어머니가 그녀의 힘을 더 세밀하게 통제했다고 믿기 시작했습니다. SHIELD가 Inhuman 포로를 구하기 위해 Afterlife에 침투했을 때, 그들은 Kora를 붙 잡았고, 그녀가 그들과 합류하고 싶다고 주장했습니다. 그러나 그녀는 Nathaniel에게 돌아 가기 전에 Sibyl이 SHIELD의 컴퓨터에서 정보를 다운로드하도록 도와줍니다. SHIELD의 구금 중 자잉의 죽음을 알게 된 코라는 나다니엘과 대결했다. 그러나 그는 대신 데이지와 싸우도록 그녀를 조작합니다. 그녀는 이복 여동생에게 진실을 말하고 나다니엘에게 주저하고 코라를 배신하고 자신의 힘을 자신에게 이식하도록 강요합니다. 그러나 Mack는 SHIELD가 Nathaniel과 Chronicoms를 물리 칠 수 있도록 그녀를 구했습니다. 이후 Kora는 Daisy 및 Daniel Sousa와 함께 조직에 합류했습니다.

게스트 캐릭터

다음은 더 적은 역할로 출연 하거나 , 중요한 카메오 출연을 하거나, 여러 번 출연하여 공동 출연 크레딧을받는 게스트 스타의 보충 목록입니다 . 캐릭터는 MCU 미디어 또는 처음 등장한 시즌별로 나열됩니다.

Introduced in season seven

  • Viola (portrayed by Nora Zehetner): A contact of Freddy's that works for Hydra.
  • Tillman (portrayed by Greg Finley): The bartender of a speakeasy beneath a post office in 1931.
  • Franklin D. Roosevelt (portrayed by Joseph Culp): The Governor of New York in 1931. When he became President of the United States, Franklin established the S.S.R. in 1940.
  • Pascal Vega (portrayed by Julian Acosta): A S.H.I.E.L.D. scientist who worked at Area 51 in 1955.
  • Gerald Sharpe (portrayed by Michael Gaston): A member of the United States Department of Defense in 1955 who the S.H.I.E.L.D. agents abducted to learn more about Project Helius.
  • Tom (portrayed by Larry Clarke): A S.H.I.E.L.D. desk worker and a patron of The Krazy Kanoe.
  • Lana (portrayed by Stephanie Drapeau): A Hydra agent who partook in the attack on Daniel Sousa on the train that he and the Phil Coulson L.M.D. were on.
  • Joe (portrayed by Philip Alexander): A Hydra agent sent by Freddy to assassinate Daniel Sousa.
  • Ford (portrayed by Dawan Owens): A S.H.I.E.L.D. agent who worked under Rick Stoner. His face was later stolen by a Chronicom who posed as him.
  • John Mackenzie (portrayed by Sedale Threatt Jr.): Mack and Ruben's father from 1976. Because Freddy arranged for them to be detained, Mack had May and the Phil Coulson L.M.D. abort flooding the Lighthouse. After being rescued by Mack and Elena, they discover he had been replaced by a Chronicom. Mack snaps the Chronicom's neck and its body is dropped out of the Quinjet while it was in flight.
  • Lilla Mackenzie (portrayed by Paulina Bugembe): Mack and Ruben's mother from 1976. Because Freddy arranged for them to be detained, Mack had May and the Phil Coulson L.M.D. abort flooding the Lighthouse. After being rescued by Mack and Elena, she was revealed to have been replaced by a Chronicom and was dropped out of the Quinjet while it was in flight.
  • Olga Pachinko (portrayed by Jolene Andersen): A Balkan resistance member and demolitions expert who Deke recruited in 1983 to become a member of his new S.H.I.E.L.D. recruits as well as his band The Deke Squad.[358]
  • Russell Feldman (portrayed by Austin Basis): A lonely computer store employee from 1983 who Sybil uses to regain her physical form before having him killed once he served his purpose.
  • Cricket (portrayed by Ryan Donowho): A cocaine dealer who Deke recruited into his band under the belief he sold Coca-Cola. He is killed by a robotic hunter.[358]
  • Roxy Glass (portrayed by Tipper Newton): A tactical expert who Deke recruited in 1983 to become a member of his new S.H.I.E.L.D. recruits as well as his band The Deke Squad.[359][358]
  • Ronnie and Tommy Chang (portrayed by Matt and John Yuan): Twin brothers collectively known as "The Chang Gang" who Deke recruited in 1983 to become new S.H.I.E.L.D. recruits as well as members of his band The Deke Squad.[359][358]
  • Marcus Mackenzie (portrayed by Marcus Jordan): The uncle of Mack and Ruben who watches over them after the loss of their parents.
  • Li (portrayed by Byron Mann): An Inhuman with the ability to materialize knives and Jiaying's second-in-command in 1983. During Nathaniel Malick's raid on Afterlife, Li is grievously injured before his powers are transplanted to one of Nathaniel's men and Kora kills him.
  • Oscar Rodriguez (portrayed by Ricardo Cisneros): The uncle of Elena and father of Francisco who took the former after the death of her father. He was killed in a struggle with a drug dealer.
  • Javier (portrayed by David Bianchi): A drug dealer who was responsible for the death of Elena's father and Oscar Rodriguez.
  • Durant (portrayed by Gabriel Sousa): A mercenary who is said to have originally died in a plane crash. Using the Chronicoms' future knowledge, Nathaniel averted his death and recruited him into his ranks before Kora killed him.
  • Dr. Grady (portrayed by John Lee Ames): A scientist who worked on dangerous technology and killed by S.H.I.E.L.D. for it. Using the Chronicoms' future knowledge, Nathaniel averted his death and recruited him into his ranks, assigning him the task of overseeing Inhuman power transplants.
  • Kimball (portrayed by Katy M. O'Brian): A mercenary working under Nathaniel. When Nathaniel betrays Kora for going soft on Daisy, he gives Kimball a promotion.
  • Shepard (portrayed by Christopher Charles): One of Nathaniel Malick's men, whom he kills for angering him.
  • Brandon Gamble (portrayed by Stephen Bishop): A S.H.I.E.L.D. agent from 1983 who survives the Chronicoms' assault and meets up with the other agents at The Krazy Kanoe.
  • Grace Mulcahey (portrayed by Cassandra Ballard): A female S.H.I.E.L.D. agent from 1983 who survives the Chronicoms' assault and meets up with the other agents at The Krazy Kanoe.

Bill Cobbs portrays an unnamed elderly S.H.I.E.L.D. agent who arrives to offer the final 0-8-4 left to him by Enoch.

See also

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