Val - El

Ian McElhinney

Seg's grandfather and one of Krypton's greatest scientists, Val was instrumental in Krypton's greatest era of scientific progress, before being executed for treason. After a fourteen-year absence, he returns to become a pivotal player in defeating the threat against Krypton.  

About Ian McElhinney

McElhinney has directed several productions in Ireland, the UK, Sweden, Japan, Iceland and Canada, most notably “Stones In His Pocket,” which opened in the Lyric Theatre, Belfast, played in the West End for three years, on Broadway and on major tours of the U.K. and U.S.A.  Having performed throughout Ireland, the UK and North America, Mcelhinney’s  theatre credits include: “Gaslight,” “A Woman of No Importance, “The Interrogation of Ambrose Fogarty,” “The Plough and The Stars,” “The Silver Tassie,” “Observe The Sons of Ulster Marching Towards The Somme,” “The Recruiting Officer,” “Aristocrats,” “A Doll’s House,” “Betrayal,” “Amphibians,” “Carthaginians,” “There Came A Gypsy Riding” and many more.

In television McElhinney’s credits include “Derry Girls,” “Frankenstein Chronicles,” “Landgericht,” “Game of Thrones,” “Redwater,” “Barbarian’s Rising,” “Babylon,” “Rebellion” and “Quirke.” In film McElhinney can be seen in “Guard,” “Cellar Door,” “Zoo,” “Bad Day For the Cut,” “The Journey,” “The Truth Commissioner,” “Patch of Fog” and “Divorcing Jack.”