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Nick Creegan Joins the Cast of Batwoman Season 3

Earlier this month, Batwoman season 3 welcomed Robin Givens to its cast as a powerful CEO who is also very protective of her “impetuous” son. Now, we can finally put a face to this characterization. Deadline is reporting that Nick Creegan has booked his own role as a series regular in the upcoming season.

Creegan is playing Marquis Jet, a man who has gotten used to the cushy lifestyle afforded by the success of his mother, Jada. Described as a “sexy playboy,” Marquis is also “too charming for his own good and wields his power with a ne’er do well attitude.” His reckless and carefree attitude often puts him at odds with his mom’s no-nonsense demeanor. Regardless, he thinks he finds a kindred spirit in Ryan Wilder, who unbeknownst to him is also Batwoman.

Creegan is a relative newcomer to the industry. Most recently, he had a recurring role on Law & Order: Organized Crime. He also appeared in several episodes of David Makes Man, which premiered on OWN in 2019.

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In addition to Creegan and Givens, the next season of Batwoman will also introduce Victoria Cartagena as Renee Montoya. Presumably, season 3 will show Ryan’s attempts to track down her birth mother after learning that she is still alive. The last shot of season 2 also teased that we might be seeing a few familiar Batman villains down the road, including Poison Ivy.

Batwoman season 3 will premiere on Wednesday, October 13 on The CW.

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Photo Credit: Eric Liebowitz/NBC

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