5 Actors Who Should Play Two-Face Ιn Τhe DC Extended Universe

5. Jason Isaacs

Jason Isaacs

Jason Isaacs may be busy flying around the galaxy in Star Trek: Discovery, but that doesn’t mean this talented performer doesn’t have the time to join the DC Extended Universe soon. It may be hard to recognize him without his long, bleached wig, but Isaacs already has experience playing a dastardly villain on the big screen with Lucius Malfoy.

If you take a look at his filmography, it’s obvious that he already has a relationship with DC. Over three separate animated features, Issacs voiced Ras Al Ghul, Sinestro and Lex Luthor. While Isaacs is certainly skilled enough to play a positive character, he really shines when he gets a chance to play the villain. His ability to bring his characters’ pain and uncomfortability with their surroundings to the forefront in his performances is the perfect skill for an actor to play Two-Face.

Nick Kazden

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  • Lego Batman

    A black twoface?? I don’t think so…


      Billy Dee Williams you genius

  • all_I_have_to say

    James McAvoy… have you guys not seen Split?

  • Nicholas Robley

    I say Ray Liotta