Award-winning star of stage and screen Jonathan Groff is set to appear in the new series of Doctor Who.
The casting was announced today by BBC Studios who said the actor will have a "key role" in the series.
Groff shot to fame when he landed the role of Jessie in the musical comedy drama Glee. He has since been internationally celebrated for his work on-screen, from starring as Eric in the box-office hit Knock at the Cabin, to playing Holden Ford in the critically acclaimed series ‘Mindhunter’. As well as having a leading role as the new Agent Smith in The Matrix Resurrections, Groff is renowned for his major voice acting roles in the ‘Frozen’ films
Groff has also made his mark on Broadway, dazzling audiences with his performance as King George III in Hamilton, where he was nominated for not only a Tony Award, but also a Primetime Emmy Award for the live stage recording.
On joining Doctor Who, Jonathan Groff said:
Showrunner, Russell T Davies said: