First Mouth of Sauron


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The Mouth of Sauron is a servant of Sauron known to be active near the end of the Third Age, holding the title Lieutenant of Barad-Dûr. A Man of Black Numenorean ancestry, they took up service to Sauron "when the Dark Tower rose again", and by the time of his appearance before the Black Gate they were learned in sorcery and more cunning and cruel than Orcs.

The Hosts want the Mouth of Sauron to be a lean woman of African descent, putting her as a physical opposite to the Haradrim Matriarch Queen Azrâindil. She is the main antagonist of the Season 5 Frame, who eventually corrupts Azrâindil's son Arnûben into helping Sauron; Arnûben will eventually become the Mouth of Sauron who appears before the Black Gate in The Return of the King. The Hosts also suggests that the Mouth has part of Thurwingwethil's bat motif in her clothes.

Zoe Saldana hasn't done many villainous roles, but her characters are often charming with an occasional ruthless edge, such as the vengeful Cataleya or Gamora being the stoic straight-shooter among the Guardians of the Galaxy.

Zoe Saldana
Age: 42 (will be 43 in June)
Roles: Anamaria in Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, Lieutenant Uhura in the Star Trek Reboot trilogy, Neytiri in Avatar, Cataleya in Columbiana, Gamora in the Marvel Cinematic Universe


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T'Nia Miller (Age ? - birthday March 2nd) Height: 5'7"
I did not find her age listed on Wikipedia or imdb, so presumably she would like to keep that a bit private. She did graduate from an acting school in 2004, and has been active in film since 2007.

T'Nia Miller has had roles in a variety of TV shows, some of which had horror/suspense themes. She has a warm yet unsettling persona as housekeeper Hannah Grose in The Haunting of Bly Manor, and I think her portrayal of the Mouth of Sauron would be quite interesting. She has a range from motherly smiles to nearly uncanny valley. I think she would bring a sincerity to the role that would make it quite an effective performance, as well as do a splendid job of hinting at the loss of personal identity that the Mouth of Sauron experiences in an understated way.

T'Nia Miller as Celeste Bisme-Lyons in Years and Years

T'Nia Miller as Hannah Grose in The Haunting of Bly Manor: