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Russell
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Information
Species Homo superior
Series U.S. TV Series
First Appearance "Pilot"
Portrayed by Aaron Yoo

Russell Kwon is a character in The Tomorrow People U.S. TV Series. He is the "bad boy" of the group, who "abuses his superpowers by reading girls’ thoughts, stealing cars and generally having a good time."[1]

Characterization Edit

Personal Life Edit

Russell (real name Ryung) is of Korean descent, and originally lived in Portland, Oregon. At age 5, he started playing the piano. His father, Chan Woo Kwon, pushed him to excel at the piano; this eventually caused Russell to resent him.

Seven years before Stephen's arrival, Russell began to break out; sometimes he would inadvertently use telekinesis to move the piano keys. He then began using his powers to cheat at poker games, winning $30,000 from a group of rough characters. When the thugs came to his house looking to recover the money, Russell hid while the thugs broke his father's hand. Russell then left in shame.

Powers Edit

Russell possess the common Tomorrow People powers of teleportation, telekinesis, and telepathy. He is proficient with the "telekinetic punch."

Appearances Edit

Season 1 Edit

101. "Pilot"
Demonstrates telekinesis to Stephen Jameson, calling it the "no-finger discount."
102. "In Too Deep"
Assists Cara and Stephen in preventing Ultra from capturing a new breakout.
103. "Girl, Interrupted"
Gives Stephen a "dongle" device to insert into the Ultra mainframe.
104. "Kill or Be Killed"
Disapproves of the meeting between John Young and Jedikiah Price.
105. "All Tomorrow's Parties"
Emcees a fight between John and Cara. Later, at a nightclub, tries to pick up a woman (who later turns out to be an assassin for Ultra).
106. "Sorry For Your Loss"
Hustles pool players at a bar with Stephen. Upon learning of his father's death, he and John travel to Portland for the funeral.
107. "Limbo"
Assists John and Cara in stopping a Tomorrow Person serial rapist from claiming a victim.
108. "Thanatos"
Helps Cara enter Jedikiah's apartment so she can probe his mind about Thanatos. Accidentally teleports Jedikiah to the sanctuary during his escape.
109. "Death's Door"
He and Cara kidnap Morgan Burke in order to use her to force Jedikiah to release John.

References Edit

  1. The Tomorrow People, CW TVNow

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