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The CW THE FLASH – Tuesday, July 20 SEASON FINALE – “Heart of the Matter, Part 2” – (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET) (TV-PG, V) (HDTV)
SEASON FINALE – The Flash (Grant Gustin) enlists a host of speedster allies, including Iris (Candice Patton) and his children from the future – Bart (guest star Jordan Fisher) and Nora West-Allen (guest star Jessica Parker Kennedy) – to end the speedster war and defeat a deadly new adversary: the villainous Godspeed (guest star Karan Oberoi). Marcus Stokes directed the episode written by Eric Wallace & Kelly Wheeler (#718). Original airdate 7/20/2021 Promo
The CW THE FLASH – Tuesday, July 13 “Heart of the Matter, Part 1” – (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET) (TV-PG, LV) (HDTV)
XS AND IMPULSE SURPRISE BARRY AND IRIS IN THE 150TH EPISODE OF “THE FLASH” – Barry (Grant Gustin) and Iris (Candice Patton) greet their future children, XS (guest star Jessica Parker Kennedy) and Bart (guest star Jordan Fisher), only for a shocking secret to threaten their new familial harmony. Meanwhile, the Godspeed war intensifies and threatens to destroy Central City. Eric Dean Seaton directed the episode written by Eric Wallace & Lauren Barnett (#717). Original airdate 7/13/2021 Promo
The CW THE FLASH – Tuesday, July 6 “P.O.W.” – (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET) (TV-PG, V) (HDTV)
DAVID RAMSEY GUEST STARS – John Diggle (guest star David Ramsey) arrives in Central City with a weapon to help Barry (Grant Gustin) stop the Godspeed War. Meanwhile, Allegra (Kayla Compton) and Ultraviolet’s (guest star Alexa Baraja Plante) new bond is put to the ultimate test, while Joe (Jesse L. Martin) and Kristin Kramer (guest star Carmen Moore) are hunted by a former colleague of hers. Marcus Stokes directed the episode written by Kristen Kim & Dan Fisk (#716). Original airdate 7/6/2021 Promo
The CW THE FLASH – Tuesday, June 29 “Enemy At the Gates” – (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET) (TV-PG, LV) (HDTV)
CHILLBLAINE IS RELEASED FROM PRISON – When an army of Godspeeds attack Central City, Barry (Grant Gustin) and Iris (Candice Patton) must put their family plans on hold and focus on the latest threat to their home. Meanwhile, Chillblaine (guest star John Cor) is released from prison and claims to be reformed but Frost (Danielle Panabaker) has her doubts. Geoff Shotz directed the episode with story by Jason V. Gilbert and teleplay by Thomas Pound (#715). Original airdate 6/29/2021. Promo
Flash Blog 5/22/21
TUESDAY, JULY 13 THE FLASH “Heart of the Matter, Part 1” — (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET) (TV-PG, LV) (HDTV)
XS AND IMPULSE SURPRISE BARRY AND IRIS IN THE 150TH EPISODE OF “THE FLASH” – Barry (Grant Gustin) and Iris (Candice Patton) greet their future children, XS (guest star Jessica Parker Kennedy) and Bart (guest star Jordan Fisher), only for a shocking secret to threaten their new familial harmony. Meanwhile, the Godspeed war intensifies and threatens to destroy Central City. Eric Dean Seaton directed the episode written by Eric Wallace & Lauren Barnett (#717). Original airdate 7/13/2021
TUESDAY, JULY 6 THE FLASH “P.O.W.” — (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET) (TV-PG, V) (HDTV)
DAVID RAMSEY GUEST STARS – John Diggle (guest star David Ramsey) arrives in Central City with a weapon to help Barry (Grant Gustin) stop the Godspeed War. Meanwhile, Allegra (Kayla Compton) and Ultraviolet’s (guest star Alexa Baraja Plante) new bond is put to the ultimate test, while Joe (Jesse L. Martin) and Kristin Kramer (guest star Carmen Moore) are hunted by a former colleague of hers. Marcus Stokes directed the episode written by Kristen Kim & Dan Fisk (#716). Original airdate 7/6/2021
TUESDAY, JUNE 29 THE FLASH “Enemy At the Gates” — (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET) (TV-PG, LV) (HDTV) Promo
CHILLBLAINE IS RELEASED FROM PRISON – When an army of Godspeeds attack Central City, Barry (Grant Gustin) and Iris (Candice Patton) must put their family plans on hold and focus on the latest threat to their home. Meanwhile, Chillblaine (guest star John Cor) is released from prison and claims to be reformed but Frost (Danielle Panabaker) has her doubts. Geoff Shotz directed the episode with story by Jason V. Gilbert and teleplay by Thomas Pound (#715). Original airdate 6/29/2021
The CW The Flash – Tuesday, June 22 “Rayo de Luz” – (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET) (Content Rating TBD) (HDTV)
DANIELLE PANABAKER DIRECTS – When Ultraviolet (guest star Alexa Barajas) returns to Central City, Allegra (Kayla Compton) is determined to find her cousin and change her heart, Meanwhile, Joe (Jesse L. Martin) finds evidence that Kristen Kramer (guest star Carmen Moore) may not be the good cop she appears to be. Danielle Panabaker directed the episode with story by Jess Carson and teleplay by Jonathan Butler & Gabriel Garza (#714). Original airdate 6/22/2021 Promo
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|1||1-01||October 7, 2014||“City of Heroes”|
|2||1-02||October 14, 2014||“Fastest Man Alive”|
|3||1-03||October 21, 2014||“Things You Can’t Outrun”|
|4||1-04||October 28, 2014||“Going Rogue”|
|5||1-05||November 11, 2014||“Plastique”|
|6||1-06||November 18, 2014||“The Flash is Born”|
|7||1-07||November 25, 2014||“Power Outage”|
|8||1-08||December 2, 2014||“Flash vs. Arrow”|
|9||1-09||December 9, 2014||“The Man in the Yellow Suit”|
|10||1-10||January 20, 2015||“Revenge of the Rogues”|
|11||1-11||January 27, 2015||“The Sound and the Fury”|
|12||1-12||February 3, 2015||“Crazy for You”|
|13||1-13||February 10, 2015||“The Nuclear Man”|
|14||1-14||February 17, 2015||“Fallout”|
|15||1-15||March 17, 2015||“Out of Time”|
|16||1-16||March 24, 2015||“Rogue Time”|
|17||1-17||March 31, 2015||“Tricksters”|
|18||1-18||April 14, 2015||“All Star Team Up”|
|19||1-19||April 21, 2015||“Who is Harrison Wells?”|
|20||1-20||April 28, 2015||“The Trap”|
|21||1-21||May 5, 2015||“Grodd Lives”|
|22||1-22||May 12, 2015||“Rogue Air”|
|23||1-23||May 19, 2015||“Fast Enough”|
|24||2-01||October 6, 2015||“The Man Who Saved Central City”|
|25||2-02||October 13, 2015||“Flash of Two Worlds”|
|26||2-03||October 20, 2015||“Family of Rogues”|
|27||2-04||October 27, 2015||“The Fury of Firestorm”|
|28||2-05||November 3, 2015||“The Darkness and the Light”|
|29||2-06||November 10, 2015||“Enter Zoom”|
|30||2-07||November 17, 2015||“Gorilla Warfare”|
|31||2-08||December 1, 2015||“Legends of Today. Part 1”|
|32||2-09||December 8, 2015||“Running to Stand Still”|
|33||2-10||January 19, 2016||“Potential Energy”|
|34||2-11||January 26, 2016||“The Reverse-Flash Returns”|
|35||2-12||February 2, 2016||“Fast Lane”|
|36||2-13||February 9, 2016||“Welcome to Earth-2”|
|37||2-14||February 16, 2016||“Escape from Earth-2”|
|38||2-15||February 23, 2016||“King Shark”|
|39||2-16||March 22, 2016||“Trajectory”|
|40||2-17||March 29, 2016||“Flash Back”|
|41||2-18||April 19, 2016||“Versus Zoom”|
|42||2-19||April 26, 2016||“Back to Normal”|
|43||2-20||May 3, 2016||“Rupture”|
|44||2-21||May 10, 2016||“The Runaway Dinosaur”|
|45||2-22||May 17, 2016||“Invincible”|
|46||2-23||May 24, 2016||“The Race of His Life”|
|47||3-01||October 4, 2016||“Flashpoint”|
|48||3-02||October 11, 2016||“Paradox”|
|49||3-03||October 18, 2016||“Magenta”|
|50||3-04||October 25, 2016||“The New Rogues”|
|51||3-05||November 1, 2016||“Monster”|
|52||3-06||November 15, 2016||“Shade”|
|53||3-07||November 22, 2016||“Killer Frost”|
|54||3-08||November 29, 2016||“Invasion!”|
|55||3-09||December 6, 2016||“The Present”|
|56||3-10||January 24, 2017||“Borrowing Problems from the Future”|
|57||3-11||January 31, 2017||“Dead or Alive”|
|58||3-12||February 7, 2017||“Untouchable”|
|59||3-13||February 21, 2017||“Attack on Gorilla City”|
|60||3-14||February 28, 2017||“Attack on Central City”|
|61||3-15||March 7, 2017||“The Wrath of Savitar”|
|62||3-16||March 14, 2017||“Into the Speed Force”|
|63||3-17||March 21, 2017||“Duet”|
|64||3-18||March 28, 2017||“Abra Kadabra”|
|65||3-19||April 25, 2017||“The Once and Future Flash”|
|66||3-20||May 2, 2017||“I Know Who You Are”|
|67||3-21||May 9, 2017||“Cause and Effect”|
|68||3-22||May 16, 2017||“Infantino Street”|
|69||3-23||May 23, 2017||“Finish Line”|
|70||4-01||October 10, 2017||“The Flash Reborn”|
|71||4-02||October 17, 2017||“Mixed Signals”|
|72||4-03||October 24, 2017||“Luck Be a Lady”|
|73||4-04||October 31, 2017||“Elongated Journey Into Night”|
|74||4-05||November 7, 2017||“Girls Night Out”|
|75||4-06||November 14, 2017||“When Harry Met Harry…”|
|76||4-07||November 21, 2017||“Therefore I Am”|
|77||4-08||November 28, 2017||“Crisis on Earth-X, Part 3”|
|78||4-09||December 5, 2017||“Don’t Run”|
|79||4-10||January 16, 2018||“The Trial of the Flash”|
|80||4-11||January 23, 2018||“The Elongated Knight Rises”|
|81||4-12||January 30, 2018||“Honey, I Shrunk Team Flash”|
|82||4-13||February 6, 2018||“True Colors”|
|83||4-14||February 27, 2018||“Subject 9”|
|84||4-15||March 6, 2018||“Enter Flashtime”|
|85||4-16||March 13, 2018||“Run, Iris, Run”|
|86||4-17||April 10, 2018||“Null and Annoyed”|
|87||4-18||April 17, 2018||“Lose Yourself”|
|88||4-19||April 24, 2018||“Fury Rogue”|
|89||4-20||May 1, 2018||“Therefore She Is”|
|90||4-21||May 8, 2018||“Harry and the Harrisons”|
|91||4-22||May 15, 2018||“Think Fast”|
|92||4-23||May 22, 2018||“We Are the Flash”|
|93||5-01||October 9, 2018||“Nora”|
|94||5-02||October 16, 2018||“Blocked”|
|95||5-03||October 23, 2018||“The Death of Vibe”|
|96||5-04||October 30, 2018||“News Flash”|
|97||5-05||November 13, 2018||“All Doll’d Up”|
|98||5-06||November 20, 2018||“The Icicle Cometh”|
|99||5-07||November 27, 2018||“O Come, All Ye Thankful”|
|100||5-08||December 4, 2018||“What’s Past Is Prologue”|
|101||5-09||December 9, 2018||“Elseworlds, Part 1”|
|102||5-10||January 15, 2019||“The Flash & The Furious”|
|103||5-11||January 22, 2019||“Seeing Red”|
|104||5-12||January 29, 2019||“Memorabilia”|
|105||5-13||February 5, 2019||“Goldfaced”|
|106||5-14||February 12, 2019||“Cause and XS”|
|107||5-15||March 5, 2019||“King Shark vs. Gorilla Grodd”|
|108||5-16||March 12, 2019||“Failure Is an Orphan”|
|109||5-17||March 19, 2019||“Time Bomb”|
|110||5-18||April 16, 2019||“Godspeed”|
|111||5-19||April 23, 2019||“Snow Pack”|
|112||5-20||April 30, 2019||“Gone Rogue”|
|113||5-21||May 7, 2019||“The Girl with the Red Lightning”|
|114||5-22||May 14, 2019||“Legacy”|
|115||6-01||October 8, 2019||“Into the Void”|
|116||6-02||October 15, 2019||“A Flash of the Lightning”|
|117||6-03||October 22, 2019||“Dead Man Running”|
|118||6-04||October 29, 2019||“There Will Be Blood”|
|119||6-05||November 5, 2019||“Kiss Kiss Breach Breach”|
|120||6-06||November 19, 2019||“License to Elongate”|
|121||6-07||November 26, 2019||“The Last Temptation of Barry Allen, Pt. 1”|
|122||6-08||December 3, 2019||“The Last Temptation of Barry Allen, Pt. 2”|
|123||6-09||December 10, 2019||“Crisis on Infinite Earths: Part Three”|
|124||6-10||Febrary 4, 2020||“Marathon”|
|125||6-11||Febrary 11, 2020||“Love Is a Battlefield”|
|126||6-12||Febrary 18, 2020||“A Girl Named Sue”|
|127||6-13||February 25, 2020||“Grodd Friended Me”|
|128||6-14||March 10, 2020||“Death of the Speed Force”|
|129||6-15||March 17, 2020||“The Exorcism of Nash Wells”|
|130||6-16||April 21, 2020||“So Long and Goodnight”|
|131||6-17||April 28, 2020||“Liberation”|
|132||6-18||May 5, 2020||“Pay the Piper”|
|133||6-19||May 12, 2020||“Success Is Assured”|
|134||7-01||March 2, 2021||“All’s Well That Ends Wells”|
|135||7-02||March 9, 2021||“The Speed of Thought”|
|136||7-03||March 16, 2021||“Mother”|
|137||7-04||March 23, 2021||“Central City Strong”|
|138||7-05||March 30, 2021||“Fear Me”|
|139||7-06||April 6, 2021||“The One with the Nineties”|
|140||7-07||April 13, 2021||“Growing Pains”|
|141||7-08||May 4, 2021||“The People v. Killer Frost”|
|142||7-09||May 11, 2021||“Timeless”|
|143||7-10||May 18, 2021||“Family Matters, Part 1”|
|144||7-11||May 25, 2021||“Family Matters, Part 2”|
|145||7-12||June 8, 2021||“Good-Bye Vibrations”|
|146||7-14||June 22, 2021||“Rayo de Luz”|
|147||7-15||June 29, 2021||“Enemy At the Gates”|
|148||7-16||July 6, 2021||“P.O.W.”|
|149||7-17||July 13, 2021||“Heart of the Matter – Part 1”|
|150||7-18||July 20, 2021||“Heart of the Matter – Part 2”|
Info from http://epguides.com/flash_2014/
Which actors play your favorite “Flash” characters?
Barry Allen/The Flash – Grant Gustin
Iris West – Candice Patton
Caitlin Snow/Killer Frost – Danielle Panabaker
Joe West – Jesse L. Martin
Cecile Horton – Danielle Nicolet
Allegra Garcia – Kayla Compton
Chester P. Runk – Brandon McKnight
Sue Dearborn – Natalie Dreyfuss
Kristen Kramer – Carmen Moore
Captain David Singh – Patrick Sabongui
Henry Allen/Jay Garrick/The Flash (Earth 3) – John Wesley Shipp
Cisco Ramon/Vibe/Reverb – Carlos Valdes
Dr. Harrison Wells, et al. – Tom Cavanagh
Wally West – Keiynan Lonsdale
Julian Albert – Tom Felton
Ralph Dibney/Elongated Man – Hartley Sawyer
Nora Allen/Speed Force – Michelle Harrison
Eddie Thawne – Rick Cosnett
Kamilla Hwang – Victoria Park
Nora West-Allen – Jessica Parker Kennedy
Jesse Wells/Jesse Quick – Violett Beane
Hartley Rathaway/Pied Piper – Andy Mientus
Jay Garrick/Hunter Zolomon/Zoom – Teddy Sears
Patty Spivot – Shantel VanSanten
Ronnie Raymond/Firestorm/Deathstorm – Robbie Amell
Dr. Martin Stein/Firestorm – Victor Garber
Eva McCullogh/Mirror Monarch – Efrat Dor
The Mechanic – Kim Engelbrecht
Clifford DeVoe/The Thinker – Neil Sandilands
Mark Blaine/Chillblaine – Jon Cor
Savitar – Tobin Bell/Andre Tricoteux
Leonard Snart/Captain Cold – Wentworth Miller
Young Barry – Logan Williams
Linda Park/Dr. Light – Melise Jow
Dr. Ramsey Rosso – Sendhil Ramamurthy
Man In The Iron Mask/Jay Garrick – Lucas Wolf
Christina McGee – Amanda Pays
Oliver Queen/Green Arrow – Stephen Amell
General Wade Eiling – Clancy Brown
Felicity Smoak – Emily Bett Rickards
Kendra Saunders/Chay-Ara/Hawkgirl – Ciara Renée
Mason Bridge – Roger Howarth
Eobard Thawne/Reverse Flash – Matt Letscher
Francine West – Vanessa Williams
Mick Rory/Heat Wave – Dominic Purcell
Tony Woodward – Greg Finley
John Diggle – David Ramsey
Henry Hewitt – Demore Barnes
Clarissa Stein – Isabella Hofmann
Lisa Snart/ Golden Glider – Peyton List
Amunet Black – Katee Sackhoff
Esperanza/Ultraviolet – Alexa Barajas
Voice of Ultraviolet – Erika Soto
Dante Ramon/Rupture – Nicholas Gonzalez
What are the “Flash” characters like?
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Barry Allen/The Flash
Caitlin Snow/Killer Forst
Dr. Harrison Wells
Jesse Wells/Jesse Quick
Jay Garrick/The Flash (Earth 3)
Clifford DeVoe/The Thinker
Eobard Thawne/Reverse Flash
Savitar (Barry Allen time remnant)
Captain David Singh
Hartley Rathaway/Pied Piper
Jay Garrick/Hunter Zolomon/Zoom
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When is your favorite “Flash” star’s birthday?
|Robbie Amell||April 21, 1988|
|Violett Beane||May 18, 1996|
|Tobin Bell||August 7, 1942|
|Clancy Brown||January 5, 1959|
|Tom Cavanagh||October 26, 1963|
|Kayla Compton||February 3, 1990|
|Rick Cosnett||April 6, 1983|
|Natalie Dreyfuss||February 25, 1987|
|Kim Engelbrecht||June 20, 1980|
|Tom Felton||September 22, 1987|
|Victor Garber||March 16, 1949|
|Nicholas Gonzalez||January 3, 1976|
|Grant Gustin||January 14, 1990|
|Michelle Harrison||March 24, 1975|
|Roger Howarth||September 13, 1968|
|Malese Jow||February 18, 1991|
|Jessica Parker Kennedy||October 3, 1984|
|Matt Letscher||June 26, 1970|
|Peyton List||August 8, 1986|
|Keiynan Lonsdale||December 19, 1991|
|Jesse L. Martin||January 18, 1969|
|Brandon McKnight||September 22, 1990|
|Andy Mientus||November 10, 1986|
|Wentworth Miller||June 2, 1972|
|Danielle Nicolet||November 24, 1973|
|Danielle Panabaker||September 19, 1987|
|Victoria Park||April 14, 1988|
|Candice Patton||June 24, 1988|
|Amanda Pays||June 6, 1959|
|Dominic Purcell||February 17, 1970|
|Sendhil Ramamurthy||May 17, 1974|
|Ciara Renée||October 19, 1990|
|Patrick Sabongui||January 9, 1975|
|Neil Sandilands||May 1, 1975|
|Katee Sackhoff||April 8, 1980|
|Hartley Sawyer||January 25, 1985|
|Teddy Sears||April 6, 1977|
|John Wesley Shipp||January 22, 1955|
|Carlos Valdes||April 20, 1989|
|Shantel VanSanten||July 25, 1985|
|Logan Williams||April 9, 2003|
|Vanessa Williams||May 12 1963|
|Lucas Wolf||September 6, 1994|
Writing about the show!
Interview with Victoria Park (Kamilla) 4/23/21
The Flash – The Complete Fifth Season DVD review 8/26/19
The Flash: The Complete Fourth Season DVD review 8/19/19
Interview with Keith David (Solovar) 10/31/18
The Flash: The Complete Third Season [Blu-ray] DVD review 8/25/17
The Flash: The Complete Second Season DVD review 11/10/16
Flash: The Complete First Season DVD review 9/16/15
Where to see your favorite “The Flash” stars, past and present!
Grant Gustin (Barry/The Flash) is filming a new movie, “Rescued by Ruby.”
Tom Cavanagh (Harry) appears Friday, 7/16 on “The Talk” on CBS.
Jesse L. Martin (Joe) has 3 movies coming out, including “Sexual Healing,” where he stars as Marvin Gaye.
Ruby Rose (Kate) has a few movies coming out and appears Monday, 7/26 (Re-run From 4/14/21) on “The Kelly Clarkson Show.”
Brandon McKnight (Chester) is working on the film “A Hundred Lies.”
John Wesley Shipp (Henry) guest-stars on the 9th episode of this season’s “Stargirl” on The CW and is working on a new movie, “Climbing Life.” He appears at the London film and Comic Con, November 19-21, 2021 in Olympia London, London, UK.
Stephanie Izsak (Daisy) has 6 movies in the works.
Franz Drameh (Firestorm) appears in a new TV series “The Edge of Sleep” and has a new movie in the works, “Twist.”
Teddy Sears (Hunter/Zoom) appears in the new NBC series “Ordinary Joe.”
Tom Felton (Julian) has 4 new films in the works.
Keith David (Solovar) has many movies coming out and does voices in two animated series, “Final Space” on Adult Swim and “Amphibia” on the Disney Channel.
Isabella Hofmann (Clarissa) has 4 movies coming out this year.
Clancy Brown (General Eiling) voices Mr. Krabs in “SpongeBob Squarepants” and in the upcoming spinoff series “The Patrick Star Show.” He also appears in the movie “Last Looks” and in the new “Dexter” TV series in July.
Jessica Camacho (Gypsy) stars in the CBS TV movie “A Christmas Proposal” later this year.
Wentworth Miller (Captain Cold) had a recurring role this year on “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.” We don’t know if he’ll be back next year or not.
Dominic Purcell (Heatwave) stars in “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow” Sundays on The CW. He has two movies coming out this year as well.
Caity Lotz (Sara) stars in “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow” Sundays on The CW.
Brandon Routh (Ray/Atom) has a recurring role on “The Rookie” on ABC.
Paul Blackthorne (Quentin) has 2 films coming out.
Melise Jow (Linda) does the voice of Kate in the animated series “Invincible” on Amazon Prime.
Victor Garber (Martin) stars in the Canadian series “Family Law” on Global.
Robbie Amell (Ronnie) stars in “Upload” on Amazon Prime and has 3 movies coming out.
Stephen Amell (Oliver) stars in the series “Heels,” which will premiere on August 15, 2021 on Starz. Both Amell brothers are working on the sequel to their film, “Code 8.”
Rick Cosnett (Eddie) stars in a Spanish film, “Tu me manques.”
David Ramsey (John) guest-stars on “Supergirl” later this year.
Emily Bett Rickards (Felicity) has a new movie coming out, “We Need to Talk.”
Melissa Benoist (Kara) stars in “Supergirl” on the CW Sundays.
Katie Cassidy (Laurel) has 2 new movies in the works.
Vanessa Williams (Francine) has a lot of movies coming out and stars in the TV series “The L Word: Generation Q” on Showtime. It returns August 8.
Britne Oldford (Shawna/Peek-a-Boo) stars in the movie “Free Guy,” out August 18.
Patrick Sabongui (Captain Singh) appears in the movie “This Game’s Called Murder.”
Shantel VanSanten (Patty) stars in “For All Mankind” on AppleTV+ and in the movie “American Murderer.”
Michelle Harrison (Nora) has two movies in the works.
Andre Tricoteux (Savitar) appears in “Snowpiercer” on TNT.
David Sobolov (Grodd) plays Drax in the “Guardians of the Galaxy” movies.
Anne Dudek (Tracy) stars in the movie “Reminisce.”
Chris Klein (Orlin) has a new movie in the works, “Intensive Care.”
Kim Engelbrecht (The Mechanic) appears in the CW series “Bulletproof” and in a new South African series “Reyka.”
Tony Todd (Zoom) has over a dozen movies in the works, including comic book movie “Hellblazer” and the new version of “Candy Man” (He starred in the original in 1992).
Neil Sandilands (Clifford/The Thinker) appears in “Sweet Tooth” on Netflix as the villaneous General Abbot and has 2 movies coming out.
Efrat Dor (Eva/Mirror Master) stars in “Mayans MC” on FX.
Sendhil Ramamurthy (Ramsey) does voices in “Cleopatra in Space” on Peacock.
Katee Sackhoff (Amunet) stars in “Another Life” on Netflix. It returns in the fall. She’s also working on a new film, “The Last Transport.”
Sarah Carter (Grace/Cicada) has 3 movies coming out.
LaMonica Garrett (The Monitor) stars in “Delilah” on OWN and will appear in the series “The Terminal List” on Amazon Prime.
Liam McIntyre (Mark Mardon) does voices on “Family Guy” Sundays on FOX and will do the voice of Aquaman in the new DC animated movie “Justice Society: World War II.”
Ciara Renée (Kendra) has 4 movies coming out.
Susan Walters (Carla) appears in the Freeform series “Good Trouble.”
Ennis Esmer (Psych) appears in a new Canadian TV series, “Children Ruin Everything.”
Mark Hamill (James Jesse/Trickster) does voices in 2 animated series, “Invincible” on Amazon Prime and “Masters of the Universe: Revelation,” which premieres on Netflix July 23. He also has 2 other films in the works.
Sugar Lyn Beard (Becky) does a voice on the Syfy TV series “The Pole” and has 2 movies in the works.
Paul McGillion (Earl Cox) appears in “Firefly Lane” on Netflix and in a new movie “Day to Night.”
Peyton List (Lisa) is filming a new movie, “Spinning Gold.”
Chad Rook (Clyde Mardon) has 5 new movies in the works, plus one miniseries and the TV series “Joe Pickett” on Spectrum.
John Barrowman (Cutter) has a recurring role on “Doctor Who” as Captain Jack Harkness.
Grey Damon (Mirror Master) appears in “Station 19” Thursdays on ABC.
BD Wong (Godspeed) appears in “Awkwafina Is Nora from Queens” on HULU and in the HBOMax animated series “Gremlins: Secrets of the Mogwai” as well as two new movies.
Danny Trejo (Breacher) has many movies coming out in the new few years, and he does voices on some animated series. He appears on “GMA3: What You Need to Know” Friday, July 9 on ABC to talk about his autobiography, “Trejo: My Life of Crime, Redemption, and Hollywood.”
Kyle Secor (Thomas) appears in “9-1-1: Lonestar” on FOX.
Interview with Victoria Park of “The Flash” on The CW by Suzanne 4/23/21
Victoria was lovely to chat with. I’m such a huge fan of the show. I was a bit nervous and fan-girling. She was sweet and didn’t seem to notice my geekiness. I’m enjoying the show and can’t wait to see the rest of this season! I hope you enjoy our interview.
Here’s the video version of it.
Suzanne: We haven’t seen that much of your character since she came back from the Mirrorverse. Do we get to see more of you soon?
Victoria: Yes. Camilla will be returning very soon, and I think there’s been like a little bit of explanation where she’s been, but she’s kind of been assessing her life and coming down from the the craziness that was the Mirrorverse and focusing a lot on her art. So, that’s what she’s been doing, but she will be. She will be back very soon.
Suzanne: Okay, good. And what was it like doing that mirror reality those, sequences?
Victoria: Yeah, it was super fun, and it was fun to play another version of myself and to play someone who isn’t necessarily evil, but is just like a little different from Camilla. And wardrobe was really fun. We got to go into some different wardrobe than Camilla usually wears. She wears a lot more like black and a lot more like edgy hardcore stuff. So, it was fun to explore.
Suzanne: Oh, cool. And was there a lot of green screen in those segments?
Victoria: No, not really. I didn’t ever have to play with like both versions at the same time. So, yeah, so I got to just play both parts at different scenes.
Suzanne: Okay, great. And it seems like almost everyone in Team Flash gets a superpower at some point. Do you think that Camilla might get one?
Victoria: I would love for Camilla to get a superpower at some point. Yeah, I think she’s the only person who hasn’t, because Iris doesn’t have powers, but she gets them at some point and then loses them. So yeah, I would love for that to happen. But who’s to say?
Suzanne: What would you like your superpower to be if you could choose?
Victoria: I think it would be really cool too. There was a there was a villain last – I mean, I wouldn’t want her to be a villain, but there was a villain last season that had like light power so she could become invisible whenever there was light, or she could choose to be visible or invisible whenever there was light. So, I think that’d be really cool.
Suzanne: All right, I had posted on Facebook, to see if anybody – There are a million Flash fan groups there, and I posted there and on Twitter to ask if people had questions. So, that one came from someone named Isabella. So, she’s be [happy] that you answered her question. So, you came in at season five. Were you nervous joining a group of people that already worked together for so long?
Victoria: Yeah, for sure. It’s always kind of like when you’re joining a show that’s been together for so long, like the first day of school and you’re the new kid and everyone else already knows each other. So, I was a little nervous for sure, but everyone was so kind and made me feel so welcome. Carlos [Valdes], especially, made sure. He was like, “Is everyone being nice to you? Do you feel comfortable?” So, it was a really good first day, and I felt comfortable just from the very beginning.
Suzanne: Oh, that’s good. He seems like he’d be a nice guy.
Victoria: Yeah, he’s the best.
Suzanne: Good. They seem like a really fun group. Who would you say is the funniest of all of them?
Victoria: Oh, my goodness, everyone is so funny in their own way. I mean, I would say like most outrageous would definitely be Tom [Cavanagh], but Grant [Gustin]’s actually really funny, and he’s really fun to work with. It’s funny when you have a super serious, emotional scene, and then he switches right back into when the cameras are not rolling, like fun dancing and cracking jokes and stuff. So, it’s really fun to work with everybody, but the boys are definitely the funniest.
Suzanne: And many of the cast are good singers as well as actors. Can you sing?
Victoria: I can sing a little bit, not good enough to be on Broadway, but, yeah, I grew up singing and it was always my first love.
Suzanne: Okay, well, maybe they’ll do another musical episode and you can join it.
Victoria: I would love that.
Suzanne: Yeah, that sounds fun. Is there anything you can tell us about what else we’ll be seeing in season seven? Anything at all?
Victoria: I mean, I obviously can’t give any spoilers, but I will say that every season I get the scripts, and I read them, and we get [them] ahead of time, so it’s really exciting, and I would say that this season, I was surprised more times than I’ve ever been. So, I would just keep looking forward to more twists and turns and surprises that The Flash always gives, but this year I was the most surprised I’ve been.
Suzanne: Okay. And what did you do during the pandemic, before The Flash started filming again?
Victoria: March to September when we couldn’t be filming, yeah, it was hard. It was really hard to not be working and to be away from people, but it was a good time to – I got a lot of time to like work on myself. I feel like, for this show, especially, we go for nine months, sometimes ten months of the year, and it’s just, we’re constantly working, and we’re in a city that we don’t live in. So, to have time to kind of step back and breathe and be with my family and my husband and my dog was was super, super nice. You know, obviously, [I’m] very excited to come back to work, but it was a nice vacation that I normally would not get. So, yeah, I try to see the bright side.
Suzanne: Right, right. I understand completely. And was it difficult to get used to filming with the new COVID rules?
Victoria: Yeah, it was. I mean, we got used to it, and there were, obviously, a lot of hiccups where we’re like, “Okay, this is working, and this is not working.” I think the biggest thing that I would miss is just, I’m a very friendly, warm person, so when I get to set, I get to set early every day, and I hug everybody. So, I really miss being able to hug people and just be standing right next to someone and talking to them instead of ten feet apart or whatever. So, it’s definitely taken some gotten used to, but I’m really grateful that we’re able to work at all and that we got to put the show out there.
Suzanne: Right, we all seem headed in the right direction for change.
Suzanne: Yeah, I didn’t grow up in a huggy family either. I can get used to hugging, but it’s not my natural thing. So I’m like, “Yeah, I’m fine with that.” Yeah, I need a t-shirt that says that.
Victoria: Yeah, “Please as before hugging.”
Suzanne: I’m still social distancing for like, ever. So, have you ever heard anything about plans for season eight, such as more crossover episodes?
Victoria: Oh, I haven’t really heard anything about season eight. We’ve just been really focusing on season seven. I’m sure the writers and Eric [Wallace] already know where they’re going with season eight, but I’m not privy to that kind of information, so I will not be able to give any spoilers.
Suzanne: Right. Is there anything else that you can tell us about what’s coming up on this season that’s not like a big spoiler or anything?
Victoria: I mean, there’s a lot of – I feel like this has kind of been happening since the crossovers kind of changed all of the universes into one universe, but there’re a lot of people who come back, and they’re not who they were before, or there’re storylines that are mixed up, so you’ll get to see more of that, which I really love. If you’re a fan of the show, and you are a fan of the comics and you know who people are, and then they come back as different people, it’s just really exciting to watch.
Suzanne: Oh, that’s good. Yeah, I love the show. I’ve watched it since the beginning. I love superhero shows anyway, but I grew up reading The Flash comics.
Victoria: Oh, awesome.
Suzanne: I know you can’t say, but I hope Tom Cavanagh gets to come back, because he’s one of my favorites.
Victoria: I feel like with The Flash it’s like anybody who leaves, they’re never really fully gone. You know, there’s always an opportunity for them to come back.
Suzanne: Well, I think that’s one of the best things about having such a large ensemble cast is that people come and go all the time.
Victoria: Yeah, for sure.
Suzanne: Did you have any time to work on other acting projects while you were filming or during the pandemic?
Victoria: Yeah, not during the pandemic; kind of everything really shut down. So, we weren’t even really auditioning or anything like that. That’s why it was so crazy, because, normally when we’re working, when we have downtime, we’re auditioning for other projects or working on other projects. This time, it was like, we couldn’t work on anything. So, yeah, that was that was a big change, for sure. Then, other projects that I’ve been working on, I haven’t really gotten the chance; The Flash keeps me pretty busy. I’ve been trying to kind of supplement it with projects that I’m working on myself, like directing, but the pandemic really put a stop to everything. So, I’m hoping now that everything’s kind of going again, we’ll be able to work on some other things.
Suzanne: Okay, great. So, have you directed before?
Victoria: I actually went to school for cinematography, and I picked up directing again right before the pandemic; we filmed something. It premiered at the Vancouver Asian Film Festival early this year. And I’m currently working on a project that is in early, early pre production, a documentary that hopefully we’ll be able to film in the fall. So, hopefully, I’ll be able to say more then.
Suzanne: I think everybody’s thinking the fall things will be back to normal.
Victoria: I know. It’s already April; it’s almost May, and I’m like, “Ooh, fall’s gonna be here pretty soon. We got to ramp it up.”
Suzanne: So, you don’t have anything else coming out right now, but you might have [something then].
Victoria: No I don’t.
Suzanne: Yeah, that’s fine. That’s good enough, right.
Victoria: Yeah. I mean, it’s great. Yeah.
Suzanne: I love how they’ve taken your character – When you first started, you were just working in a coffee shop, and they gave given her so many different things to do.
Suzanne: She’s been involved in the team, and you said she’s an artist. She’s got so many things going on.
Victoria: I know; she does. She wears a lot of hats, but it’s great. I love that they just keep bringing her into different situations in different teams. It’s really fun.
Suzanne: Yeah, and she’s working at [The Citizen], so that’s great. Aside from your Flash cast, do you have any actors or actresses that you would love to work with If you could choose?
Victoria: Oh, yes. I mean, so many. It’s like, “How much time do you have?” I mean, I would love to work with Steven Yeun. My husband and I have been watching The Walking Dead, we loved Minari. So, I mean, he’s probably number one on my list right now. And there’s a bunch of directors I’d love to work with; I thought Nomadland was fantastic. To have such a prolific director be a Chinese woman, an Asian woman, that’s, super exciting to me, so I’d love to work with Chloé [Zhao]. I mean, I’ve got a long list of people that I would love to work with.
Suzanne: Have you seen Invincible? That also stars Steven Yeun.
Victoria: No, I haven’t.
Suzanne: It good, and it’s a comic book show; it animated. It’s on Amazon.
Victoria: Yeah, several people have recommended it to me.
Suzanne: Yeah, it’s good. I don’t know if you saw The Boys; it’s similar.
Victoria: I did, yeah.
Suzanne: It’s similar to that.
Victoria: I loved The Boys. Yeah, I loved it.
Suzanne: It’s a cartoon, so it’s not as as in your face, but it’s just as violent.
Victoria: Okay, well, I love The Boys.
Suzanne: Expect that. I was a little shocked at first. I’m like, “Whoa.”
Victoria: Yeah, I was warned beforehand, so I think I was prepared for it, but, yeah, it is very violent.
Suzanne: Yeah. So, were you a comic book fan at all before joining The Flash?
Victoria: You know, I actually wasn’t. I mean, I grew up with all boys. My brother, my husband, they’re all very much into comics, so I was kind of like peripherally into it, but then after The Flash, I feel like I’ve definitely delved in a little more, and when all of the Marvel movie started coming out, like being interested in, “Okay, like, what were the comics that started this all?” So, I feel like I’ve slowly become more into it, but before The Flash, I wasn’t really into comics at all. So, this has opened my eyes to the [unintelligible] world.
Suzanne: That’s good. Well, you were lucky, because you got to be a normal person growing up. You didn’t grow up with geeks. Like, I have three older brothers, and they were all really into comic so I had no chance whatsoever.
Victoria: Yeah, yeah. But it’s a great world and a great community. So, I’m happy to [be] now.
Suzanne: Actually, my three older brothers were on the original San Diego Comic-Con committee when they started. My mom typed up the first program.
Victoria: That’s very cool. That’s very impressive.
Suzanne: I was like eight or nine. It’s impressive for [them].
Victoria: Cool. I love it. It’s cool.
Suzanne: Oh, it’s fun; it’s something notable, you know?
Suzanne: So, I had two more questions from fans, one from Victor, who asks, “Who your favorite comic book character is?” He did not specify Flash or not Flash. So, I’ll leave that up to you.
Victoria: Okay. I’ll keep it to my show, I guess, but I think, I don’t know if it’s because my character is paired with Cisco, but I love Vibe. I think Vibe is so cool. His powers are awesome. He’s super smart. Yeah, I think Vibe is probably my favorite character.
Suzanne: And somebody named Keats wonders how you got the role? I think they mean, tell us about your audition process.
Victoria: Yeah, I mean, I got the audition from my agent, just like just like any other, and went to the audition, and I just felt like even from reading the original script or audition sides that I got, I just [was] like, “Man, I just feel like I’m really this character.” Like I felt really confident about it, which I don’t always feel. I went to the audition, got a call back, I think within an hour, and went back for the call back. Then, it was like days later I was already on a plane to Vancouver, so it moved very quickly. So, I didn’t really have time to sit with it or process just how great it was that I got this role until after I was already on set. And after I finished shooting my first episode, I was on a plane back to LA, and then I was like, “Man, I’m on this awesome show, what a blessing.” So, it was a whirlwind, but I’m super grateful.
Suzanne: And is your family based now in LA for the most part when you’re not shooting?
Victoria: Yeah, most of my family’s in LA. We’re originally from Chicago, but my whole family has slowly made the migration to warmer weather, and we all live in LA now.
Interview Transcribed by Jamie of http://www.scifivision.com
Victoria Park Co-Stars in CW’s “The Flash”
April 12, 2021 – Actress Victoria Park is a recurring cast member on the popular CW superhero series, “The Flash.” Known for her role as Kamilla Hwang, the current season of “The Flash” ends soon, and we wanted to give you the opportunity to interview Victoria.
Victoria has trained with Diana Castle (The Imagined Life), Anthony Meindl, Margie Haber, Playhouse West, and the Upright Citizens Brigade. She landed roles in a few short films before guest starring in popular TV series such as “Proven Innocent,” “Revenge,” “The Middle,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “CSI: Cyber,” and “2 Broke Girls” to name a few. Victoria played Gaby Cho on the critically acclaimed show “Sweet Vicious” on MTV and landed a leading role in the feature film “Everything Before Us.” She has frequently appeared in Wong Fu Productions, including their five-part web series “Yappie.” Recently, Victoria’s projects include Amazon’s “Too Old to Die Young” and the feature film “Plus One” which recently won the Audience Award at the Tribeca Film Festival.
Victoria was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois. She studied film production at Northwest University, then made the decision to move to Los Angeles to pursue her love of acting full time.
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