Glee and Diary of a Future President are joined in Disney+'s Percy Jackson series

Glee and Diary of a Future President are joined in Disney+'s Percy Jackson series ...

The futurePercy Jackson series, titled Percy Jackson and the Olympians, has added three stars to its growing cast.

Dior Goodjohn, Olivea Morton, and Charlie Bushnell have joined the series as Clarisse La Rue, Nancy Bobofit, and Luke Castellan have both been introduced, and the new live-action series based on Rick Riordan''s most impressive novels.

Clarisse La Rue, a Goodjohn, has been referred to as "a child of Ares, god of war," according to Variety. She is extremely strong mentally and a challenging fighter who will avoid harm. "She''s adamant to newcomers and a bully to Percy," according to her biography.

Goodjohn might be able to recognize her earlier roles, including Glee (in which she played a young Santana Lopez) and HBO''s Head of the Class reboot.

As for Bushnell''s character Luke Castellan, he is described as the "counsellor of the Hermes cabin and the undisputed coolest kid on the block" and is also described as "the best swordsman ever."

Following his appearance on the Disney+ series Diary of a Future President, Bushnell''s appearance in the show is only his second acting credits ever.

In the role of Nancy Bobofit, Morton, a new acting newcomer, will appear.

Nancy is described as someone who "always express her mind at the expense of others." We also know that she is "Loud, proud, and a teacher''s dog" and "gets special pleasure from picking on Percy."

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Walker Scobell, the three new stars, will play Virginia Kull, Glynn Turman, Jason Mantzoukas, and Timm Sharp in recurring guest roles. Leah Sava Jeffries plays Annabeth Chase and Aryan Simhadri as Grover Underwood.

The books were previously used for two feature films, starting with Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief in 2010 and Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters three years later.

Logan Lerman, who plays the Titan in the series, was initially expected to reprise the title role for a third sequel to adapt The Titan''s Curse, but in 2014 it confirmed that it would not be moving forward as planned.

On Disney+, Percy Jackson and the Olympians will be available on the market.