Love, Death and Robots viewers are wondering who the actor in season 2 episode ‘Life Hutch’ is. So, let’s get acquainted with the cast.
Love, Death and Robots dropped its second season onto Netflix on May 14th 2021. The animated TV series first aired in 2019. Now, a third season has been confirmed for Love, Death and Robots which must mean that viewers are enjoying the animated series.
The Netflix series is made up of standalone episodes which often have different casts and, producers and directors. Here’s a look at the people involved in making season 2!
Love, Death and Robots: Who is the Life Hutch actor?
The main actor in Love, Death and Robots’ Life Hutch episode is Michael B Jordan.
Michael B Jordan is best known for appearing in Creed, Fantastic Four and Black Panther.
Life Hutch also features Michelle C. Bonilla. Michelle voices the character of ‘Commander’ and ‘Pilot’ in Life Hutch. She also voices ‘Officer Pentle’ in the 2021 Pop Squad episode. Michelle is best known for appearing in TV series such as The Casagrandes and NCIS: New Orleans.
Briant T. Delaney also voices another pilot in Life Hutch. The voice actor has also worked on video games such as Fallout 4 and Total Recall.
Love, Death and Robots: Michael B Jordan
Many Love, Death and Robots fans who watched the Life Hutch episode may be pondering whether Michael B Jordan had a live action role in the series or whether the CGI is just that good…
A 2021 Tech Radar report states that the series includes Michael B Jordan in “computer-animated form”.
The TV short sees Michael B Jordan – in CGI form – play the character of Terence. It’s unclear whether some live action elements would have been captured in order to capture certain shots.
Love, Death and Robots Life Hutch: Who is Alex Beaty?
The Love, Death and Robots episodes are often directed by different people.
Life Hutch is directed by Alex Beaty. He only directed one episode in the Love, Death and Robots series, while some other directors have worked on two or three, such as Víctor Maldonado.
According to The Mary Sue, the 14-minute-long TV short Life Hutch is based on a story by American writer Harlan Ellison. Philip Gelatt is the script adapter who worked on Life Hutch.