The youngest son of Jeremiah Otto, Troy has embraced the violence of the apocalypse. He would kill to protect his father, his family, and his people – and often does. Despite growing up in the same environment as his brother, he developed a wilder personality without the tempering that his brother’s education has given him. He is intensely suspicious of outsiders and more militant than his older brother. Troy has a dark side to him, and while he presents as something of a psychopath and a sadist, he has an intense charisma that draws people to him. Troy’s isolationist viewpoint is more in line with his father’s beliefs, and that may make him better-suited for leading in this new post-apocalyptic world. It also may make him more popular among his father’s followers.
Daniel made his feature debut in Stephen Fox’s The Last Days of Edgar Harding and went on to star opposite Henry Cavill, Kellan Lutz, and Mickey Rourke in Tarsem Singh’s Immortals. Within the past few years, Daniel starred in The Originals and Teen Wolf. Prior to that, he appeared in Inspector Lewis as well as Alex Dewhurst’s TV movie Starting Over. Daniel was born and raised in the UK and, at a young age, spent two years at the Royal Shakespeare Company who offered him a 5-year contract to join. He went on to the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA).