Character Guides The Stranger Cast and Character Guide

The Stranger Cast and Character Guide

A cast and character guide for the Quibi series The Stranger featuring who plays who, information about each character, and other noteworthy information about the show.

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Please Note: This content contains pertinent spoilers, descriptions are updated as new information is presented, images changed as better ones are captured, and this is not an exhaustive list of every cast member, guest star, or reoccurring role.

Clare Johnson (Maika Monroe)

Clare (Maika Monroe) doing a interview
Clare (Maika Monroe)

First Noted In – Season 1 Episode 1 to 3

Brief Description

A young woman from Wamego, Kansas who has recently come to Los Angeles to become a writer.

Additional Information About Clare

  • She is vegan
  • Owns a dog named Pebbles
  • Only left home 6 days ago.
  • Hunted with her father starting at age 9 and discontinued that when she became vegan.
  • Her online name was Boo Boo when she was 12
  • Had a incident with her high school teacher.

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Carl E (Dane DeHaan)

Carl E (Dane DeHaan) doing a interview.
Carl E (Dane DeHaan)

First Noted In – Season 1 Episode 1 to 3

Brief Description

A self-proclaimed sociopath who tells Clare, before meeting her, he killed at least 4 people, which includes a woman and her daughters. His next target is Clare, unless she tells him a story good enough for him to think she deserves to live.

Additional Information About Carl E

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JJ (Avan Jogia)

JJ (Avan Jogia)
JJ (Avan Jogia)

First Noted In – Season 1 Episodes 4 to 7

Brief Description

A gas station attendant that Clare meets who is going to school for programming and is Indian.

Additional Information About JJ

  • Full name is Jay Irfani

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General Information

Network Quibi
Creator(s) Veena Sud
First Aired 4/13/2020

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