The Wilds season 2: Who’s new to the cast?

There’s a new group of survivors in The Wilds season 2 (Image: Prime Video)

Season 2 of Wilds on Amazon Prime Video is finally here and there’s a whole new cast of castaways.

The all-new chapter introduces the group of male survivors who find themselves in the same nightmarish situation as Shelby (Mia Healey), Toni (Erana James), Lea (Sarah Pidgeon), and the rest of the remaining girls.

“Both groups will be forced to overcome emotional and physical obstacles in the face of their extreme circumstances,” the official synopsis teases.

Will everyone come out alive from the experience? Only time will tell…

Let’s meet the survivors who will undoubtedly be tested in this twisted experiment.

Who’s new to The Wilds season 2 cast?

Zack Calderon as Rafael Garcia

Rafael is described as a quiet teenager from Tijuana who lives in San Diego.

Straddling two worlds, it is difficult for Rafael to have a clear and certain idea of ​​himself, so he gravitates towards people with stronger and more charismatic personalities than his own.

He is played by Zack Calderon, who starred in CBS’s FBI.

Aidan Laprete as Henry Tanaka

Aidan Laprete’s character, Henry, is a recluse who tends to get lost in the darkness of the world.

Prior to The Wilds, Aidan starred in the comedy series Everything’s Alright and Chad.

He is also an American singer and record producer and released his debut album, Echoes, in 2015.

Nicholas Coombe as Josh Herbert

Nicholas Coombe takes on the role of Josh, a talkative hypochondriac from San Diego. Josh is clumsy and nervous, unlike his athletic family.

He has previously appeared in the military comedy-drama 68 Whiskey, as well as the television series Spy Kids: Mission Critical.

Charles Alexander as Kirin O’Conner

Kirin O’Conner is an eager lacrosse player who is more than happy to lead the castaways.

The jock is played by Charles Alexander, who has starred in The Matchmaker and Present Laughter. In 2019 he wrote, produced and starred in the short film Mother Dearest.

Miles Gutierrez-Riley as Ivan Taylor

Miles Gutierrez-Riley portrays Ivan Taylor, an aspiring activist and playwright with an impeccable fashion sense and a sharp wit.

His words can go too deep at times, which has cost him friends along the way.

The Wilds will mark Miles’ television debut.

Reed Shannon as Scotty Simms

Reed Shannon is newcomer Scotty Simms, a fast-talking teenage entrepreneur from Florida who dreams of one day making the Forbes 400 list.

Always by his side, both in life and on the island, is his best friend Bo (played by Tanner Ray Rook).

Reed Shannon has previously lent his voice to the animated TV shows Arcane and Blaze And The Monster Machines.

Tanner Ray Rook as Bo

Tanner Ray Rook is Scotty’s best friend, Bo Leonard. Bo, also from Florida, is a soft-spoken and contemplative teenager.

He has a naively optimistic outlook on life, despite a tough upbringing, and he would gladly lay down on the streets for his best friend Scotty. His loyalty knows almost no bounds.

The Wilds is a big break for Tanner, who previously appeared on the TV series Side Quest in 2019.

Seth’s Alex Fitzalan

Alex Fitzalan plays Seth Novak, who is described as naturally funny, Ivy-League smart, and full of charisma.

Although he doesn’t necessarily aspire to a leadership role, Seth’s consistency and sense of humor earn him the respect and loyalty of the rest of the group, with the exception of his half-brother Henry.

Prior to The Wilds, Alex made his American screen debut in Slender Man.

He also starred opposite Kathryn Newton in the Netflix series The Society, which was canceled after one season.

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Season 2 of The Wilds is available to stream on Prime Video now.

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