DEAN O’GORMAN plays ANDERS, the second Johnson brother whose God-like power is derived from BRAGI, the God of poetry.
Anders’ power means he can influence people with his words. His words aren’t particularly poetic, but they work.
Anders runs a small PR company (JPR), where he makes a respectable, if disreputable, living off of a client base who is largely more shallow than he.
About Dean O'Gorman
Dean O’Gorman’s extensive career took off when he first appeared on television in Raider of the South Seas at the age of 10.
From there Dean has had a series of roles in television productions such as Nights in the Garden of Spain, The Cult, Go Girls, Legend of the Seeker, McLeod’s Daughters, Shortland Street and Serial Killers.
Dean also has a number of film credits to his name including Toy Love, Bonjour Timothy and Snakeskin and will soon hit the big screen as Fili the Dwarf in part one and two of Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit.
His stage work includes performing with the Auckland Theatre Company and in Silo Theatre Company’s productions Did I Believe It?, Ruben Guthrie and Rabbit. Dean also played the lead in Circa Theatre’s production of Blood Wedding.