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'Da Vinci's Demons' Season Two Video Featurette Introduces New Characters

STARZ released today an all new video featurette with a first look at four new characters that will be introduced in the second season of the STARZ Original series "Da Vinci's Demons," premiering Saturday March 22nd at 9pm ET/PT on STARZ. The new characters include Ima, The Inca High Priestess; the powerful and ruthless King Ferrante and his lethal son Duke Alfonso, the future King of Naples; and the profit-seeking opportunist and future explorer Amerigo Vespucci.



New Characters of "Da Vinci's Demons" Season Two (Featured in Video)

IMA (Carolina Guerra) - The Inca High Priestess is as strikingly beautiful as she is formidable. Ima has an influence over her people that even the emperor, Topa Inca, doesn't possess.

KING FERRANTE (Matthew Marsh) - Feared leader of one of the most powerful nations in Italy, King Ferrante's known to proudly display the mummified corpses of his enemies. But an unlikely alliance proves to be a far more valuable addition to his collection.

DUKE ALFONSO (Kieran Bew) - As son of Ferrante and future king of Naples, Alfonso never loses sight of the power within his grasp. However, his own ambitions could be his biggest downfall if he impudently gets in the way of his overbearing father.

AMERIGO VESPUCCI (Lee Boardman) - A purveyor of curios, Amerigo does a lucrative business in securing exotica for the wealthy. His connections prove valuable to da Vinci and his friends, but he's always looking for a way to profit, sometimes at their expense.

"Da Vinci's Demons" season two will premiere with a ten-episode season on Saturday, March 22, 2014 at 9pm ET/PT on STARZ.

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