NOC Interview: Elena Kampouris, Ian Quinlan, and Andrew Horton on ‘Jupiter’s Legacy’

Elena Kampouris, Andrew Horton, and Ian Quinlan are the next generation to bear their superhero parents’ legacy and extraordinary public reputations. The new superhero drama spans decades and showcases the complicated dynamics of family, power, and loyalty. Jupiter’s Legacy, which is based on the graphic novels by Mark Millar and Frank Quitely, premieres on May 7 on Netflix.

Chloe Sampson (played by Kampouris), the daughter of Grace and Sheldon, is insanely powerful but goes against everything her parents support. She has created her own path to fame, but it threatens to go against everything Grace and Sheldon stand for and protect.


Brandon Sampson aka Paragon (played by Horton), Grace and Sheldon’s son, is currently preparing and trying to follow in his father’s legendary footsteps. This includes taking up the mantle of The Utopian and become the next leader of The Union.

Hutch (portrayed by Quinlan), George Hutchence’s son, is a charming wild card who prefers the company of young villains. While he did not inherit his dad’s superpowers, Hutch uses his Power Rod, which lends him superhero-like powers and allows him to navigate life as a con man with morals.


I got to speak with the talented trio about their reactions to joining the superhero & supervillain world and what their characters’ taglines would be! Watch my interview below to find out what they had to say.