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[TV] The Flash Adds Tom Cavanagh To Its Cast
Posted by Jeremy Thomas on 02.10.2014



Tom Cavanagh has signed up for The CW's The Flash pilot. Cavanagh, best known for his Golden Globe-nominated work on NBC's Ed from 2000 to 2004, will play STAR Labs CEO Harrison Wells according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Wells is not a character from the comic books, though he was mentioned in Arrow's midseason finale in which Grant Gustin played Barry Allen. Cavanagh and Gustin co-star in the pilot with Candice Patton, Jesse L. Martin, Rick Gosnett, Carlos Valdes and Danielle Panabaker.

The pilot episode is being written by Greg Berlanti, Andrew Kreisberg and Geoff Johns with David Nutter directing.





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