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Amell, Gustin, Echikunwoke, Benoist, Darvill headline Arrow, The Flash, Vixen, Supergirl, and the first season of Legends of Tomorrow, respectively. Lotz headlines seasons 2-3 of Legends of Tomorrow, Tovey headlines Freedom Fighters: The Ray.

The Arrowverse is a media franchise and shared fictional universe that is the setting of superhero television series airing on The CW, produced by DC Entertainment and based on characters that appear in DC Comics publications. The shared universe includes four live-action television series, Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl, and DC's Legends of Tomorrow, and two animated web series, Vixen, and Freedom Fighters: The Ray.

Each series has its own lead actors: Stephen Amell stars as Oliver Queen / Green Arrow on Arrow; Grant Gustin stars as Barry Allen / Flash on The Flash; Megalyn Echikunwoke stars as Mari Jiwe McCabe / Vixen in Vixen; Melissa Benoist stars as Kara Danvers / Supergirl on Supergirl; Legends of Tomorrow features an ensemble cast including original headliner Arthur Darvill as Rip Hunter, subsequent headliner Caity Lotz as Sara Lance / White Canary, alongside Victor Garber as Martin Stein / Firestorm, Brandon Routh as Ray Palmer / The Atom, Ciara Renée as Kendra Saunders / Hawkgirl, Franz Drameh as Jefferson "Jax" Jackson / Firestorm, Dominic Purcell as Mick Rory / Heat Wave, Wentworth Miller as Leonard Snart / Captain Cold, Falk Hentschel as Carter Hall / Hawkman, Amy Pemberton as the voice of Gideon, Nick Zano as Nate Heywood / Steel, Maisie Richardson-Sellers as Amaya Jiwe / Vixen, Matt Letscher as Eobard Thawne / Reverse-Flash, and Tala Ashe as Zari Tomaz; Russell Tovey stars as Ray Terrill / The Ray in Freedom Fighters: The Ray.

Arrow[edit]

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  • This table includes main cast members, as well as notable guest stars that appear across two different series.
  • A dark grey cell indicates the character was not in the season, or that the character's presence in the season has not yet been announced.
  • An M indicates the actor was part of the main cast for the season.
  • A U indicates the actor was in the season as an "Arrowverse regular".
  • A V indicates a voice-only role.
  • A number beside a character's name indicates the character is from that alternate world (i.e. a 2 indicates a character from Earth-2).
  • A letter in the Further series column indicates the character has gone on to appear in another series, and links to the appropriate section for more information (F links to The Flash, V links to Vixen, S links to the Supergirl, L links to Legends of Tomorrow, and FF links to Freedom Fighters).
Character Season 1
(2012–13)
Season 2
(2013–14)
Season 3
(2014–15)
Season 4
(2015–16)
Season 5
(2016–17)
Season 6
(2017-18)
Further series

Introduced in season 1[edit]

John Diggle
Spartan
David RamseyM [1][2][3][4] F  • L
Roy Harper
Arsenal
Colton Haynes[5] Colton HaynesM [6][7] Colton Haynes[8]   Colton Haynes[9]  
Laurel Lance
Black Canary
Katie CassidyM [10][11][3] Katie CassidyU [12] Katie Cassidy F  • V  • L
Quentin Lance Paul BlackthorneM [13][3][14] F  • L
Sara Lance
Canary / White Canary
Jacqueline MacInnes Wood[15] Caity Lotz[15][16][17][18] F  • L  • S
Malcolm Merlyn
Dark Archer
/ Ra's al Ghul
John Barrowman[19] John BarrowmanM [20][21][22] John BarrowmanU [23]   F  • L
Tommy Merlyn Colin DonnellM [24] Colin Donnell[25][26]    
Lyla Michaels
Harbinger
Audrey Marie Anderson[27][28][29] F
Moira Queen Susanna ThompsonM [30] Susanna ThompsonV [31]   Susanna Thompson[32]    
Oliver Queen
Hood / Arrow / Green Arrow
Stephen AmellM [33][3][34][35] F  • V  • L  • S
Thea Queen
Speedy
Willa HollandM [36][3][37][38] F
Felicity Smoak
Overwatch
Emily Bett Rickards[39] Emily Bett RickardsM [40][3][41] F  • V  • L  • S
Slade Wilson
Deathstroke
Manu Bennett[42] Manu BennettM [43] Manu Bennett[44]   Manu Bennett[45][46]  

Introduced in season 2[edit]

Barry Allen
Flash
  Grant Gustin[47][48][49][18] F  • V  • S  • L
Samantha Clayton   Anna Hopkins[50]   Anna Hopkins[51] F
Nyssa al Ghul   Katrina Law[52][53][54][55] L
Linda Park   Olivia Cheng[56]   F
Cisco Ramon
Vibe
  Carlos Valdes[57][48][58][18][59] F  • V  • S  • L  • FF
Caitlin Snow
Killer Frost
  Danielle Panabaker[57][48]   Danielle Panabaker[59] F  • L  • S  • FF
William Tockman
Clock King
  Robert Knepper[60]   F

Introduced in season 3[edit]

Ra's al Ghul   Matthew Nable[61]   L
Ray Palmer
Atom
  Brandon Routh[62][63][18]   F  • V  • L
Jake Simmons
Deathbolt
  Doug Jones[64]   F

Introduced in season 4[edit]

Aldus Boardman   Peter Francis James[65]   L
Damien Darhk   Neal McDonough[66][67]   F  • L
Eleanor "Nora" Darhk   Tuesday Hofmann   L
Curtis Holt
Mister Terrific
  Echo Kellum[68] Echo KellumM [69] L  • FF

Introduced in season 5[edit]

Adrian Chase
Prometheus
  Josh SegarraM [70]    
Dinah Drake
Black Canary
  Juliana Harkavy[71] Juliana HarkavyM [71] L
Rene Ramirez
Wild Dog
  Rick Gonzalez[71] Rick GonzalezM [71] L

Introduced in other series[edit]

William Clayton   Jack Moore[72][73]  
Alex Danvers38 Chyler Leigh[59]
Kara Danvers
Supergirl
38
Melissa Benoist[74]
John Diggle, Jr.   Keon Boateng
Talia al Ghul   Lexa Doig[75]  
Gideon   Amy Pemberton[76]  
Carter Hall
Hawkman
  Falk Hentschel[77]  
Nate Heywood
Steel
  Nick Zano[78]  
Brie Larvan
Bug-Eyed Bandit
  Emily Kinney[79]  
Laurel Lance
Black Siren2
  Katie CassidyU [80] Katie CassidyM [81]
Mari Jiwe McCabe
Vixen
  Megalyn Echikunwoke[82]  
Kendra Saunders
Hawkgirl
  Ciara Renée[83]  
Vandal Savage   Casper Crump[84]  
David Singh   Patrick Sabongui[85]  
Iris West Candice Patton[59]

Introduced outside the Arrowverse[edit]

John Constantine Matt Ryan[86]  

The Flash[edit]

List indicator(s)
  • This table includes main cast members, as well as notable guest stars that appear across two different series.
  • A dark grey cell indicates the character was not in the season, or that the character's presence in the season has not yet been announced.
  • An M indicates the actor was part of the main cast for the season.
  • A U indicates the actor was in the season as an "Arrowverse regular".
  • A V indicates a voice-only role.
  • A number beside a character's name indicates the character is from that alternate world (i.e. a 2 indicates a character from Earth-2).
  • A letter in the Further series column indicates the character has gone on to appear in another series, and links to the appropriate section for more information (A links to Arrow, V links to Vixen, S links to the Supergirl, and L links to Legends of Tomorrow).
Character Season 1
(2014–15)
Season 2
(2015–16)
Season 3
(2016–17)
Season 4
(2017-18)
Further series

Introduced in season 1[edit]

Grodd David SobolovV [87]   L
Cecille Horton Danielle Nicolet[88]   Danielle Nicolet [88][89] S
Brie Larvan
Bug-Eyed Bandit
Emily Kinney[90]   A
Mick Rory
Heat Wave
Dominic Purcell[91][92][18] L  • A  • S
Kendra Saunders
Hawkgirl
Ciara Renée[93][83]   A  • L
Leonard Snart
Captain Cold
Wentworth Miller[94][3] Wentworth MillerU [95]   L
David Singh Patrick Sabongui[96] A  • S
Clarissa Stein Isabella Hofmann[97][97]   L  • S
Martin Stein
Firestorm
Victor Garber[98][99][18] V  • L  • S
Eddie Thawne Rick CosnettM [100] Rick Cosnett[101][102]    
Eobard Thawne
Reverse-Flash
[a]
Tom CavanaghM [104]
Matt Letscher[103]
Tom Cavanagh[105]
Matt Letscher[106]
Matt Letscher [67] Tom Cavanagh[59] L  • A  • S
Iris West Candice PattonM [107][108][109] L  • A  • S
Joe West Jesse L. MartinM [110][111][112][113] S

Introduced in season 2[edit]

William Clayton   Jack Moore[72]   A
Carter Hall
Hawkman
  Falk Hentschel[77]   A  • L
Jefferson "Jax" Jackson
Firestorm
  Franz Drameh[114][18]   V  • L  • S
Laurel Lance
Black Siren
2
  Katie Cassidy[115]   A
Vandal Savage   Casper Crump[84]   A  • L
Lewis Snart   Michael Ironside[116]   L
Harrison Wells2   Tom CavanaghM [117] Tom Cavanagh[118] Tom CavanaghM S
Wally West
Kid Flash
  Keiynan LonsdaleM [119][120] S  • L
Shay Lamden
King Shark
  David Hayter   S

Introduced in season 3[edit]

Smith
"Glasses"
  Donnelly Rhodes[121]   L
Harrison "H.R." Wells19   Tom CavanaghM [118]    

Introduced in season 4[edit]

Clifford DeVoe
Thinker
  Neil SandilandsM  
Ray Terrill
The Ray
Russell Tovey[122][123] L  • FF
Leonard "Leo" Snart
Citizen ColdX
Wentworth Miller[123] L

Introduced in other series[edit]

Barry Allen
Flash
Grant GustinM [47][124]
Logan Williams[125]
Grant GustinM [126]  
Samantha Clayton Anna Hopkins[50][51]  
Alex Danvers38 Chyler Leigh[59]
Kara Danvers
Supergirl38
Melissa Benoist[127][59]
Damien Darhk   Neal McDonough[66]  
John Diggle
Spartan
David Ramsey[48][128][18][129]
J'onn J'onzz
Martian Manhunter
38
David Harewood[130]  
Laurel Lance
Black Canary
Katie Cassidy[131]  
Quentin Lance Paul Blackthorne[131]  
Sara Lance
Canary / White Canary
  Caity Lotz[18][59]
Music Meister   Darren Criss  
Malcolm Merlyn
Dark Archer / Ra's al Ghul
  John Barrowman[128] John BarrowmanU [130]  
Lyla Michaels
Harbinger
  Audrey Marie Anderson[28][29]  
Mon-El38 Chris Wood[130]  
Ray Palmer
Atom
Brandon Routh[62]   Brandon Routh[18]  
Linda Park Malese Jow[132][133]  
Oliver Queen
Arrow / Green Arrow
Stephen Amell[48][134][128][18][59]
Thea Queen
Speedy
  Willa Holland[128][18]  
Cisco Ramon
Vibe
Carlos ValdesM [135][108][136]
Winslow "Winn" Schott, Jr.38 Jeremy Jordan[130]  
Jake Simmons
Deathbolt
Doug Jones[64]  
Felicity Smoak
Overwatch
Emily Bett Rickards[48][137][128][138][18][59]
Caitlin Snow
Killer Frost
Danielle PanabakerM [100][108][139]
Lily Stein   Christina Brucato[140]  
Eve Teschmacher38 Andrea Brooks[141][142]  
William Tockman
Clock King
Robert Knepper[60]  
Nora West-Allen
XS
  Jessica Parker Kennedy[143][144]

Vixen[edit]

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  • This table includes main cast members, as well as notable guest stars that appear across two different series.
  • A dark grey cell indicates the character was not in the season, or that the character's presence in the season has not yet been announced.
  • An M indicates the actor was part of the main cast for the season.
  • A U indicates the actor was in the season as an "Arrowverse regular".
  • A V indicates a voice-only role.
  • A letter in the Further series column indicates the character has gone on to appear in another series, and links to the appropriate section for more information (A links to Arrow, L links to Legends of Tomorrow, and FF links to Freedom Fighters).
Character Season 1
(2015)
Season 2
(2016)
Further series

Introduced in season 1[edit]

Mari Jiwe McCabe
Vixen
Megalyn EchikunwokeM V [145][146] A  • FF
Kuasa Anika Noni RoseV [147] L

Introduced in other series[edit]

Barry Allen
Flash
Grant GustinV [148][149]  
Jefferson "Jax" Jackson
Firestorm
  Franz DramehV [149]
Laurel Lance
Black Canary
  Katie CassidyU V [150]
Ray Palmer
Atom
  Brandon RouthV [149]
Oliver Queen
Arrow / Green Arrow
Stephen AmellV [148][149]
Cisco Ramon
Vibe
Carlos ValdesV [22][151]
Felicity Smoak
Overwatch
Emily Bett RickardsV [22][151]
Martin Stein
Firestorm
  Victor GarberV [152]

Supergirl[edit]

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  • This table includes main cast members, as well as notable guest stars that appear across two different series.
  • A dark grey cell indicates the character was not in the season, or that the character's presence in the season has not yet been announced.
  • An M indicates the actor was part of the main cast for the season.
  • A number beside a character's name indicates the character is from that alternate world (i.e. a 38 indicates a character from Earth-38).
  • A letter in the Further series column indicates the character has gone on to appear in another series, and links to the appropriate section for more information (A links to Arrow, F links to The Flash, L links to Legends of Tomorrow, and FF links to Freedom Fighters).
Character Season 1
(2015–16)
Season 2
(2016–17)
Season 3
(2017-18)
Further series

Introduced in season 1[edit]

Alex Danvers38 Chyler LeighM A  • F  • L
Kara Danvers
Supergirl
38
Melissa BenoistM A  • F  • L
Cat Grant Calista FlockhartM Calista Flockhart  
J'onn J'onzz
Martian Manhunter
38
David HarewoodM F
James Olsen
Guardian38
Mehcad BrooksM  
Winslow "Winn" Schott, Jr.38 Jeremy JordanM F

Introduced in season 2[edit]

Lena Luthor   Katie McGrath Katie McGrathM  
Music Meister   Darren Criss   F
Mon-El38   Chris WoodM F
Maggie Sawyer   Floriana LimaM Floriana Lima  
Eve Teschmacher38   Andrea Brooks[153] F

Introduced in season 3[edit]

Samantha Arias
Reign38
  Odette AnnableM  
Kara
OvergirlX
  Melissa Benoist A  • F  • L  • FF
Oliver
Dark ArrowX
  Stephen Amell A  • F  • L
Nora West-Allen
XS
  Jessica Parker Kennedy[143][144] F

Introduced in other series[edit]

Barry Allen
Flash
Grant Gustin[154][155][59]  
Cecille Horton   Danielle Nicolet[59]
Jefferson "Jax" Jackson
Firestorm
  Franz Drameh[59]
Sara Lance
White Canary
  Caity Lotz[59]
Oliver Queen
Green Arrow
  Stephen Amell[59]
Cisco Ramon
Vibe
  Carlos Valdes[155][59]
Mick Rory
Heat Wave
  Dominic Purcell[59]
David Singh   Patrick Sabongui[59]
Felicity Smoak
Overwatch
  Emily Bett Rickards[59]
Caitlin Snow
Killer Frost
  Danielle Panabaker[59]
Clarissa Stein   Isabella Hofmann
Lily Stein   Christina Brucato
Martin Stein
Firestorm
  Victor Garber[59]
Harrison Wells2 Tom Cavanagh[59]
Iris West   Candice Patton[59]
Joe West   Jesse L. Martin[59]
Wally West
Kid Flash
  Keiynan Lonsdale[59]

Legends of Tomorrow[edit]

List indicator(s)
  • This table includes main cast members, as well as notable guest stars that appear across two different series.
  • A dark grey cell indicates the character was not in the season, or that the character's presence in the season has not yet been announced.
  • An M indicates the actor was part of the main cast for the season.
  • A U indicates the actor was in the season as an "Arrowverse regular".
  • A V indicates a voice-only role.
  • A number beside a character's name indicates the character is from that alternate world (i.e. a 2 indicates a character from Earth-2).
  • A letter in the Further series column indicates the character has gone on to appear in another series, and links to the appropriate section for more information (A links to Arrow, F links to The Flash, and S links to the Supergirl).
Character Season 1
(2016)
Season 2
(2016–17)
Season 3
(2017-18)
Further series

Introduced in season 1[edit]

John Diggle, Jr.
Connor Hawke / Green Arrow
Joseph David-Jones[156]   A
Talia al Ghul Milli Wilkinson[157][158]   A
Gideon Amy PembertonM V [159][b] Amy Louise PembertonM V [161] A
Rip Hunter Arthur DarvillM [162][163] Arthur Darvill[161]  

Introduced in season 2[edit]

Nate Heywood
Steel
  Nick ZanoM [164][165] A
Amaya Jiwe
Vixen
  Maisie Richardson-SellersM [166][167]  
Lily Stein   Christina Brucato [140] F  • S

Introduced in season 3[edit]

Zari Tomaz   Tala AsheM  

Introduced in other series[edit]

Barry Allen
Flash
  Grant Gustin[168][18][59]  
Aldus Boardman Peter Francis James[65]  
Alex Danvers38 Chyler Leigh[59]
Kara Danvers
Supergirl38
Melissa Benoist[169]
Damien Darhk Neal McDonough[66][67][161]
Eleanor "Nora" Darhk   Courtney Ford[170]
Madeleine Arthur[171]
John Diggle
Spartan
  David Ramsey[18][59]
Ra's al Ghul Matthew Nable[172]  
Nyssa al Ghul Katrina Law[53]  
Smith
"Glasses"
  Donnelly Rhodes
Jacob Richter[173]
Jacob Richter
Grodd   David SobolovV [174]
Carter Hall
Hawkman
Falk HentschelM [77][175]  
Curtis Holt
Mister Terrific
Echo Kellum[176]
Jefferson "Jax" Jackson
Firestorm
Franz DramehM [177][163][165]
Kuasa   Tracy Ifeachor[147]
Laurel Lance
Black Canary
Katie Cassidy[178] Katie CassidyU [179]  
Quentin Lance Paul Blackthorne[53]  
Sara Lance
Canary / White Canary
Caity LotzM [180][181][165]
Malcolm Merlyn
Dark Archer / Ra's al Ghul
  John BarrowmanU [23]  
Ray Palmer
Atom
Brandon RouthM [182][163] Brandon RouthM [165]
Jack Fisher[183]
Oliver Queen
Green Arrow
Stephen Amell[184][185][18][59]
Cisco Ramon
Vibe
Carlos Valdes[58][18][59]
Mick Rory
Heat Wave
Dominic PurcellM [186]
Mitchell Kummen[187]
Dominic PurcellM [163][165]
Kendra Saunders
Hawkgirl
Ciara RenéeM [188]  
Vandal Savage Casper Crump[84]  
Felicity Smoak
Overwatch
Emily Bett Rickards[53][18][59]
Leonard Snart
Captain Cold
Wentworth MillerM [182] Wentworth MillerU [95]  
Leonard "Leo" Snart
Citizen ColdX
Wentworth Miller[161][59]
Lewis Snart Jason Beaudoin[189]  
Caitlin Snow
Killer Frost
  Danielle Panabaker[18][59]
Clarissa Stein Isabella Hofmann
Chanelle Stevenson
Emily Tennant[190] Isabella Hofmann
Martin Stein
Firestorm
Victor GarberM [182][163][165]
Graeme McComb[191][192]
Ray Terrill
The Ray
Russell Tovey[122]
Eobard Thawne
Reverse-Flash
  Matt LetscherM [67] Tom Cavanagh
Harrison Wells2 Tom Cavanagh[59]
Iris West   Candice Patton[59]
Wally West
Kid Flash
  Keiynan LonsdaleM [193]

Introduced outside the Arrowverse[edit]

John Constantine Matt Ryan[194]  

Freedom Fighters: The Ray[edit]

List indicator(s)
  • This table includes main cast members, as well as notable guest stars that appear across two different series.
  • A dark grey cell indicates the character was not in the season, or that the character's presence in the season has not yet been announced.
  • An M indicates the actor was part of the main cast for the season.
  • A V indicates a voice-only role.
  • A letter in the Further series column indicates the character has gone on to appear in another series, and links to the appropriate section for more information (A links to Arrow, F links to The Flash, and L links to Legends of Tomorrow).
Character Season 1
(2017)
Further series

Introduced in season 1[edit]

Jenny Knight Dilshad VadsariaM V [195]
Phantom LadyX
John Trujillo Jason MitchellM V [195]
John
Black CondorX

Introduced in other series[edit]

Kara
OvergirlX
Melissa BenoistV [195][196]  
Curtis Holt
Mister Terrific
Echo KellumV [196]
Mari McCabe
Vixen
Megalyn EchikunwokeV [196]
Cisco Ramon
Vibe
Carlos ValdesV [197][198]
Caitlin Snow
Killer Frost
Danielle PanabakerV [198]
Red TornadoX Iddo GoldbergV [195]
Ray Terrill
The Ray
Russell ToveyM V [122]


Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Eobard Thawne is portrayed by recurring guest star Matt Letscher, but he was introduced in the first season of The Flash while having assumed the identity and appearance of Harrison Wells, during which time he was portrayed by main cast member Tom Cavanaugh.[103]
  2. ^ Pemberton also physically appeared as the character in the second season episode, "Land of the Lost".[160]

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