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SUPERGIRL: Rahul Kohli To Play Jack Spheer [The CW]

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Rahul Kohli Set To Appear In Episode Of Supergirl

iZombie actor Rahul Kohli is slated to appear in a guest role as Jack Spheer in The CW‘s DC superhero series Supergirl.

Known primarily for his work on the network’s previously-reference zombie series, Kohli has a main role as Dr. Ravi Chakrabarti on the program. Although his movie resume is mostly limited to short films, he is currently shooting for the upcoming Happy Anniversary, which stars Noel Wells, Ben Schwartz, Annie Potts, and Joe Pantoliano.

The character Kohli will play is better known to comic fans as Biomax, who gains the power to manipulate genetic material after being pushed into a vat of experimental formula. Whether Spheer will go on to become his villainous alter ego is unknown at this point.

Superherohype, the source of this story, has this to share about Kohli’s guest appearance:

Kohli will appear in episode 18, entitled “Ace Reporter.” Spheer appears in National City to do a presentation of his technology. As reporters, Kara Danvers (Melissa Benoist) and Snapper Carr (Ian Gomez) are on the scene. It’s also reported that he has a past with Lena Luthor (Katie MaGrath). The episode will also take on the importance of journalism.

“I’m so excited to be working on Supergirl starring as Jack Spheer,” Kohli told the site. “It’s given me the chance to continue my relationship with The CW as well as fulfill my goal of meeting a Kryptonian.”

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