8:48 pm EST, January 14, 2013

Zelda Williams, daughter of Robin Williams, joins ‘Teen Wolf’ for season 3

Zelda Williams, daughter of legendary comedian Robin Williams, has joined the cast of Teen Wolf for season 3.

The news comes via Colton Haynes’ Twitter, congratulating Williams on joining the cast and declaring his longing for his old crew.

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No other information seems to be available at this time, but we’ll keep you posted as soon as we learn more. For now, we’re left to speculate about her character – will she have a minor role or a major one? Will she be human, hunter, werewolf, or something else? Will she be in the know, or a secondary character causing drama of the non-supernatural variety?

New characters seem to be coming into season 3 left and right, amidst departures of some old cast members. Both Colton Haynes (Jackson) and Gage Golightly (Erica) will not be returning for another season.

However, a whole slew of new characters and new cast members have been added to the roster. The major casting announcement came back in November, when it was announced that Max and Charlie Carver would be playing Ethan and Aiden, the Alpha Pack twins; Adelaide Kane would be playing Cora, a mysterious woman; Felisha Terrell would be playing Kali, the female member of the Alpha Pack; and Gideon Emery would be playing Deucalion, the Alpha Pack’s leader.

Characters Ennis and Heather have not been announced yet, though some believe that Caitlin Custer could be portraying Stiles’ childhood friend. Hayley Webb will also have a recurring role, portraying someone’s love interest – possibly Derek’s. We also know that Meagan Tandy has been on set, although her role remains mysterious as well. (Check her out wielding a weapon in the locker room in this video.)

Thanks to Brook for the tip.

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