Chad Rook Returns to ‘Supernatural’!


Major Supernatural casting news dropped today on Twitter courtesy of actor Chad Rook!

Rook announced via a tweet that he will be returning to the long-running science fiction series as the alternate universe’s Zachariah.

Zachariah was previously portrayed by veteran actor Kurt Fuller (Ghostbusters 2, Kings of Con, Psych) and was killed in the season five episode “Point of No Return.”

Rook is no stranger to the Supernatural universe, having played two different characters previously, Marshall Todd in the season six episode “Mommy Dearest” and Desmond in the season eight episode “Citizen Fang.”

Chad has also had roles in Timeless, Siren, The Flash and more.

He will be back as Zachariah in the very next episode, “Good Intentions,” premiering March 1st on the CW at 8/7c.

Elizabeth is a journalist-turned creative writer who loves nothing more than curling up with her laptop to write fiction and poetry. When she’s not writing, she’s painting, cosplaying at comic conventions, or trying to catch up on reading from her overflowing bookshelves. She’s a self-professed nerd in love with all things Marvel, Supernatural, science fiction, and fantasy. She currently resides with her cat son, Dean, and her extensive Funko collection.

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