David Graham, the voice of Parker in Gerry and Sylvia Anderson’s original Thunderbirds, is to reprise the role for ITV’s upcoming “re-invention”.
The actor said he was ”triple chuffed” to be returning to the role.
He added: “My driving skills are in good nick and I am delighted to be behind the wheel again with M’Lady. Cheerio!”
Graham, the only returning member fro the original show, will star opposite former Bond girl Rosamund Pike who takes on the role of Lady Penelope.
Other confirmed cast members include Kayvan Novak as Brains, Thomas Brodie-Sangster as Tracy brothers Gordon and John, Rasmus Hardiker as Alan and Scott and David Menkin as Virgil.
Tracy Island matriarch Grandma Tracy is voiced by Sandra Dickinson (Amazing World of Gumball, The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy) and master villain The Hood played by Andres Williams (M.I. High, Foyle’s War).
Thunderbirds Are Go! is being produced by ITV Studios and Pukeko Pictures for transmission in 2015.
Giles Ridge, Executive Producer, Thunderbirds Are Go! said: “Each member of the cast has brought a brilliantly fresh and unique approach to these wonderful characters. I can’t think of anyone better than Rosamund to bring back to life the fabulous Lady Penelope and we are honoured that David Graham has joined the cast to revisit his role as Parker.”