"How to Talk to Girls at Parties" and "It Came from the Desert" actor Andrew Horton is one of the confirmed names to be on the main cast of the upcoming Netflix superhero series Jupiter's Legacy. He is set to portray Brandon Sampson / Paragon in the upcoming series set to premiere sometime in 2021.
Set to drop sometime in 2021, the series is being billed as Netflix's first superhero original series and is an adaptation of the Jupiter's Legacy and Jupiter's Circle comic book series by writer Mark Millar and illustrator Frank Quitely.
Horton's character, Brandon Sampson, is the son of the world's first superheroes, Sheldon Sampson / The Utopian (Josh Duhamel) and Grace Sampson / Lady Liberty (Leslie Bibb), and as such, is the heir apparent to his father's mantle.
Other confirmed names for Jupiter's Legacy include Ben Daniels as Walter Sampson / Brainwave, Mike Wade as Fitz Small / The Flare, Elena Kampouris as Chloe Sampson, and Matt Lanter as George Hutchene / Skyfox.
Andrew Horton made his on-screen debut in 2016. He starred as George in the drama short Ladies First opposite Amy Newton.
Later that year, Horton appeared as Craig Guarisco in the action-adventure comedy It Came from the Desert.
He also made his television debut in 2017 as Matt Cullen in the episode "Once Upon a Time" of the BBC One medical soap opera Doctors.
Besides his work in film and on television, Horton is also a theatre actor with performances in productions of Dracula, The Picture of Dorian Gray, The Duchess of Malfi, Ring Ring, Merchant of Venice, and Lungs.
According to some online sources, Andrew Horton is estimated to have a net worth of around $250 thousand.
A newcomer in the acting industry, Horton only went pro in 2016 and has only had a handful of roles to his name. He is set to have a breakthrough role in Netflix's upcoming Jupiter's Legacy.