You know him as Broussard, the mysterious, stoic, and tough-as-nails Resistance op in USA Network's Colony, but actor Tory Kittles could not be a more open and easygoing guy in real life! USA Network chatted with Kittles about a whole range of topics, from his first big break to his ongoing Twitter feud with co-star Peter Jacobson (Alan Snyder). Here's what we learned!
The Colony season two premiere party, featuring creators Carlton Cuse and Ryan Condal and cast members Josh Holloway(Will Bowman), Sarah Wayne Callies (Katie Bowman), Peter Jacobson (Proxy Alan Snyder), Tory Kittles(Broussard),
Colony cast members Sarah Wayne Callies, Josh Holloway, Amanda Righetti, Peter Jacobson, Tory Kittles, and Adrian Pasdar attend San Diego Comic-Con with executive producers Ryan Condal and Carlton Cuse.
The finale to Colony's first season answered a lot of questions, but it opened up even more tantalizing new ones, so if you're struggling through the wait until season two debuts in 2017, we understand. Fortunately, the cast and creators were on hand at Comic-Con to offer some insight into the season one revelations, and tease what's to come when the series returns.
Broussard Played By Tory Kittles
A former Marine who has become critical to the underground Resistance movement that has been growing in Los Angeles after the Arrival, Broussard (Tory Kittles) uses his military training to fight against the Occupation. His ability to forge a key alliance with Katie Bowman and former employees of a tech start-up help him acquire inside information on the Occupation’s movements and investigations, which lead to the ultimate prize: a VIP visit from a RAP.