List of Legends of Tomorrow characters

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Legends of Tomorrow is an American television series, developed by Greg Berlanti, Marc Guggenheim, Phil Klemmer, and Andrew Kreisberg, based on several characters from DC Comics. The series premiered in the United States on January 21, 2016, for The CW television network, and it finished its first season on May 19, 2016. The second season premiered in October 2016 and ended in April 2017, while the third season premiered in October 2017 and is concluded in April 2018.

Legends of Tomorrow follows Time Master Rip Hunter (Arthur Darvill) whose mission is to stop Vandal Savage (Casper Crump) from killing his wife and child, and destroying the world. The team members (The Legends) who join Rip in the first season are: Martin Stein (Victor Garber); Ray Palmer / The Atom (Brandon Routh); Sara Lance / White Canary (Caity Lotz); Jefferson Jackson (Franz Drameh); Kendra Saunders / Hawkgirl (Ciara Renée); Carter Hall / Hawkman (Falk Hentschel); Mick Rory / Heat Wave (Dominic Purcell); and Leonard Snart / Captain Cold (Wentworth Miller). Amy Pemberton voices the A. I. Gideon. At the end of the season, Snart sacrifices himself to save the Legends and Kendra and Carter depart following Savage's defeat. The second season focuses on the remaining Legends fixing points in time that have been changed, called "aberrations"; they are joined by historian Nate Heywood / Steel (Nick Zano) and Justice Society of America member Amaya Jiwe / Vixen (Maisie Richardson-Sellers), and are pitted against the Legion of Doom, composed of Eobard Thawne / Reverse-Flash (Matt Letscher), Damien Darhk (Neal McDonough), Malcolm Merlyn (John Barrowman) and a time-displaced Snart. At the end of the season, Rip departs following the Legion's defeat. The third season focuses on the Legends repairing anachronisms they have caused through time during their final battle with the Legion of Doom. In addition, they deal with Rip Hunter's Time Bureau, and stalked by a demonic entity, Mallus, whose disciple, Nora, has resurrected Damien Darhk, her father, and Amaya's future granddaughter Kuasa. The team is joined by computer hacker Zari Adrianna Tomaz (Tala Ashe) and speedster Wally West / Kid Flash (Keiynan Lonsdale). During the season, Martin dies during the Earth-X invasion and Jefferson departs following Martin's death. At the end of the season, Amaya departs following Mallus's defeat.

The following is a list of characters that have appeared on the television series. Many are named for, or are based on DC Comics characters.

Overview[edit]

Character Portrayed by First appearance Seasons
1 2 3 4
Main characters
Martin Stein / Firestorm Victor Garber "Pilot, Part 1" Main[a] Does not appear
Ray Palmer / Atom Brandon Routh Main
Rip Hunter Arthur Darvill Main Recurring Does not appear
Sara Lance / White Canary Caity Lotz Main
Jax Jackson / Firestorm Franz Drameh Main[b] Does not appear
Kendra Saunders / Hawkgirl Ciara Renée Main Does not appear
Carter Hall / Hawkman Falk Hentschel Main[c] Does not appear
Gideon Amy Pemberton Main
Mick Rory / Heat Wave Dominic Purcell Main
Leonard Snart / Captain Cold Wentworth Miller Main Recurring[d] Does not appear
Eobard Thawne / Reverse Flash Matt Letscher "Out of Time" Does not appear Main Does not appear
Amaya Jiwe / Vixen Maisie Richardson-Sellers Does not appear Main Does not appear
Charlie TBA Does not appear Main
Nate Heywood / Steel Nick Zano "Out of Time" Does not appear Main
Zari Tomaz Tala Ashe "Zari" Does not appear Main
Wally West / Kid Flash Keiynan Lonsdale "Aruba-Con" Does not appear Main[e] Does not appear
Ava Sharpe Jes Macallan Does not appear Recurring Main
John Constantine Matt Ryan "Beebo the God of War" Does not appear Recurring Main[f]
Nora Darhk Courtney Ford "Return of the Mack" Does not appear Recurring Main
Alaska Yu Ramona Young TBA Does not appear Main
Recurring characters
Hath-Set / Vandal Savage Casper Crump "Pilot, Part 1" Recurring Does not appear
Damien Darhk Neal McDonough "Pilot, Part 2" Guest Recurring Does not appear
Zaman Druce Martin Donovan "White Knights" Recurring Does not appear
Lily Stein Christina Brucato "Outlaw Country" Does not appear Guest Recurring Does not appear
Malcolm Merlyn / Dark Archer John Barrowman "The Chicago Way" Does not appear Recurring Does not appear
Gary Green Adam Tsekhman "Aruba-Con" Does not appear Recurring Guest
Wilbur Bennett Hiro Kanagawa Does not appear Recurring Does not appear
Kuasa Tracy Ifeachor "Freakshow" Does not appear Recurring Does not appear
  1. ^ Garber is credited in the main cast through "Crisis on Earth-X, Part 4".
  2. ^ Drameh is credited in the main cast through "Beebo the God of War", and as a special guest star in "The Good, The Bad and The Cuddly".
  3. ^ Hentschel is credited in the main cast through "Pilot, Part 2"; his subsequent appearances are as a recurring guest star.
  4. ^ Miller portrays his character's Earth-X counterpart Leo Snart / Citizen Cold in season three.
  5. ^ Lonsdale is first credited as a main actor in "The Curse of the Earth Totem" after previously making guest appearances in "Aruba-Con" and "Here I Go Again".
  6. ^ Ryan is listed among the main cast in season 4, but credited in the opening titles as special appearance.

Main characters[edit]

Martin Stein / Firestorm[edit]

Professor Martin Stein (portrayed by Victor Garber; seasons 1–3) is a faculty member from Hudson University and nuclear physicist focused on transmutation, who is also half of the character Firestorm with Jefferson Jackson.[1][2][3] Stein is also Ray Palmer's former college professor. Initially time travels for intellectual pursuits and adventures with his wife Clarissa's blessing; however, after accidentally altered his own history resulted in his fatherhood in season two and becoming a grandfather following his daughter's pregnancy in season three, Stein discovers happiness that he and Clarissa had never experienced in the previous timeline and desires to be with his family, ultimately seeks to separate himself from the F.I.R.E.S.T.O.R.M. matrix with Jax, Ray, Harry Wells, Cisco Ramon, and Caitlin Snow's help. However, during the events of "Crisis on Earth-X," Stein was badly injured during the team's escape from Earth-X when he was shot by two Nazi soldiers. Stein, who sees Jax as a surrogate son, sacrifices himself to save him by separating himself from the F.I.R.E.S.T.O.R.M. matrix with him. The Legends, Team Arrow, Team Flash, Supergirl, and Alex Danvers avenged Stein by defeating Earth-X's armies led by Overgirl and Dark Arrow and killing their leaders while Eobard Thawne gets away.

Victor Garber also portrays Henry Stein, an ancestor of Martin living in London, 1895.

Graeme McComb portrays a young Stein in 1975, 1987, and 1992.[4] Following Stein's death, his younger 1992 self is accidentally displaced in the Viking era with a Beebo toy, reveals details of Stein's change to his past during Hanukkah after his last encounter with his younger self in 1987 in the process. After taking his future self's advice, young Stein leads a fulfilling marriage with Clarissa following the couple's daughter Lily's birth, with him being a devoted father, therefore young Stein and his wife are living a much happier lives than what would have been without interfering Stein's destiny. The Legends end up saving him and getting him back to his own time with a replacement Beebo for his daughter. Becoming aware of his fate in 2017, young Stein decides not to learn the details of his impending death and avert it, knowing that he would die in the age of 67 hence a senior; he gathers that he would already lived his life to the fullest by then and even if he alters the event it would only bought himself a little time anyway due to being elderly. He resolves to treasure the life he has as a husband and father, and advises Jefferson to move on from his future self's death.

The character was first introduced on The Flash. Garber left the series during season three, after his character's death following the crossover episode "Crisis on Earth-X."[5]

He is based on the DC Comics character of the same name.

Ray Palmer / Atom[edit]

Brandon Routh

Dr. Raymond "Ray" Palmer (portrayed by Brandon Routh; season 1–present) is a scientist, inventor, businessman, and CEO of Palmer Technologies. After losing his fiancée Anna to the Starling City Siege, Ray developed a power-suit to protect the people of Starling City and became a member of Team Arrow. After a lab accident that saw him captive for 6 months and the world believing him dead, he is now capable of shrinking and growing to immense sizes whilst wearing the suit.[1][2] The character was first introduced on Arrow.

He is based on the DC Comics character of the same name.

Rip Hunter[edit]

Arthur Darvill

Rip Hunter (portrayed by Arthur Darvill; main seasons 1–2; recurring season 3) is a roguish time traveler and leader of the team as well as former Time Master, who hides the strains of being responsible for history itself behind a façade of charm and wit.[1][6] His goal is to defeat Vandal Savage in order to save the world and his family. He and Savage are archenemies throughout the timeline. Aiden Longworth portrays a young Rip Hunter.[7]

In season two, after giving himself false memories and identity for the sake of protecting the Spear of Destiny, Rip is captured and brainwashed into joining the Legion of Doom; he attempts to rewrite his and his family's fate with the Spear. He is also revealed to be an ally to a future variant of Barry Allen, whose younger self operates as the Flash in the present.

In season three, after leaving the Waverider for only 15 minutes in Sara's time, they meet again in 2017. By the time, Rip has already set up the Time Bureau with the enforcement from the United Nations in order to correct the anachorism that is caused by the Legends. Darvill became a recurring actor for season three.[8]

He is based on the DC Comics character of the same name.

Sara Lance / White Canary[edit]

Caity Lotz

Sara Lance (portrayed by Caity Lotz; season 1–present) is a Star City vigilante and former League of Assassins member who initially suffers from rage issues after being resurrected by the mystical Lazarus Pit.[1][2][9] The character was first introduced on Arrow.

After Rip Hunter's disappearance at the beginning of season two, she soon takes over as captain of the Waverider, and continues in that role even when he returns to the ship and leaves again to found the Time Bureau.

She is loosely based on the DC Comics characters Black Canary and White Canary.

Jefferson Jackson / Firestorm[edit]

Franz Drameh

Jefferson "Jax" Jackson (portrayed by Franz Drameh; seasons 1–3) was a former high school athlete whose professional career was derailed by an injury who works as an auto mechanic.[1][10][11] He serves as the other half of the character Firestorm with Martin Stein.[3] The producers decided to create Jax as the other half of Firestorm to have him be someone in his early 20s and different from Ronnie Raymond, the previous Firestorm, bringing comedy and camaraderie with Stein.[12] In season three, it is revealed that with Martin's help, Jax has fulfilled his dream to enroll in college and finished it, and was admitted in a graduate program of engineering to earn his master's degree before he reunited with the Legends. The character was first introduced on The Flash. Drameh left the series as a main cast member in the middle of season three,[13] but returned for the season finale, where it was revealed that it had been five years for Jax since he left and during that time he had gotten married and had a daughter.[14]

He is based on the DC Comics characters Jefferson Jackson and Firestorm.

Kendra Saunders / Hawkgirl[edit]

Ciara Renee

Kendra Saunders (portrayed by Ciara Renée; season 1) is a young woman who is just beginning to learn that she has been repeatedly reincarnated over the centuries as the Egyptian priestess Chay-Ara. When provoked, her ancient warrior persona manifests itself along with wings that grow out of her back.[1][15][16] She chooses to leave the team at the end of season one.[17] The character was first introduced on The Flash. Anna Deavere Smith portrays an older version in 1871,[18] known as Cinnamon.[19]

She is based on the DC Comics character, Hawkgirl.

Carter Hall / Hawkman[edit]

Falk Hentschel

Carter Hall (portrayed by Falk Hentschel; season 1) is the latest reincarnation of the Egyptian prince Khufu who is fated to reincarnate throughout time along with his soulmate Kendra, with powers similar to hers.[16][20][21][22] He chooses to leave the team at the end of season one.[17] The character was first introduced on The Flash. Hentschel received guest credit in his subsequent appearances in season one after the character's death in "Pilot, Part 2."[17][23] After being killed by Savage in 1975, Carter reincarnated into Scythian Torvil, a soldier under Savage's rule in 2166 unaware of his past lives. After remembering, Scythian turns on Savage and aids the team in defeating him.

He is based on the DC Comics character of the same name.

Gideon[edit]

Gideon (voiced by Amy Louise Pemberton; season 1–present) is the artificial intelligence of the timeship Waverider.[24] Pemberton physically portrayed the character in the season two episode "Land of the Lost"[25] and the season three episode "Here I Go Again".[26]

An alternate version of the character appeared in The Flash (voiced by Morena Baccarin). This Gideon was the artificial intelligence created by a future version of Barry Allen, which later came into the possession of Eobard Thawne/Reverse-Flash.

A second alternate Gideon appeared during the crossover event Crisis on Earth-X. The Earth-X Gideon was the artificial intelligence aboard the Nazi's own Waverider ship called Wellenreiter in German, and was voiced by Susanna Thompson.

Mick Rory / Heat Wave[edit]

Dominic Purcell

Mick Rory (portrayed by Dominic Purcell; season 1–present) is an arsonist, career criminal, and accomplice of Leonard Snart who, in contrast to his partner, uses a heat gun capable of burning almost anything.[1][27] After being deserted in the past by Snart, he is recruited by the Time Masters and becomes the bounty hunter Chronos, who hunts the team. Mitchell Kummen portrays a young Rory.[28] The character was first introduced on The Flash.

He is based on two DC Comics characters, Heat Wave and Chronos.

Leonard Snart / Captain Cold[edit]

Wentworth Miller

Leonard Snart (portrayed by Wentworth Miller; main season 1; recurring seasons 2–3) is the son of a corrupt police officer who turns to the quick and easy life of crime, and uses a cryonic gun to freeze objects and people on contact. He sacrifices himself to destroy the Occulus so the Time Masters will not manipulate the entire timeline.

He later reappears as the member of the Legion of Doom,[29][1][2] after his past self is recruited to the time-travelling Legion before he can join the Legends. The character was first introduced on The Flash. Miller became a recurring guest star for seasons two and three.[30][8]

He is based on the DC Comics character of the same name.

During the crossover event Crisis on Earth-X, Miller portrayed Leonard "Leo" Citizen Cold, the Earth X version of Captain Cold. This version of Cold is a hero who always supports the greater good. He is in a relationship with Ray Terrill. Following the deaths of Dark Arrow and Overgirl, Citizen Cold remains on Earth-1 where he helps the Legends cope with the loss of Martin Stein and thus taking over his Earth-1 doppelganger's place in the process, and to help them thwart Damien Darhk's plot to have Leif Erikson's Vikings turn North America into New Valhalla. He later returned to Earth-X to fulfill his promise to Ray to be with him.

Eobard Thawne / Reverse-Flash[edit]

Matt Letscher

Professor Eobard Thawne (portrayed by Matt Letscher; season 2) is a metahuman speedster from a future and the archenemy of Barry Allen / Flash. Once obsessed with the 21st-century superhero, Eobard replicated Barry's powers so he could become the Flash, only to learn through time travel that he was destined to become his greatest enemy. With this revelation Eobard grew bitter with resentment and sought to prove his superiority as a speedster by killing the Flash, and became "Reverse-Flash". He is a member of the Legion of Doom.[29] A temporal duplicate of the original villain inadvertently created by the Flash after he bring about the "Flashpoint" timeline, this version of Thawne is traveling through history and causing anomalies which the Legends must stop. Eobard is also being hunted by the Time Wraiths, who send their undead black speedster to pursue him for his crimes against the Speed Force and status as a time remnant. Discovering that his ancestor, Eddie Thawne, killed himself upon learning Eobard's future existence and atrocious actions, he seeks to use the Spear of Destiny to cement his permanence in the timeline.

The character was first introduced in The Flash, where he masqueraded as Harrison Wells (portrayed by Tom Cavanagh).

A version of Eobard Thawne, who claims that he is the original, in his Harrison Wells guise, appeared on Earth-X where he assisted Dark Arrow and Overgirl with their plot to take over Earth-1. He is defeated by the Flash, and resumes his feud with him and his allies.

He is based on the DC Comics character of the same name.

Amaya Jiwe / Vixen[edit]

Maisie Richardson-Sellers

Amaya Jiwe (portrayed by Maisie Richardson-Sellers; season 2–present) is the grandmother of Mari McCabe and a member of the Justice Society of America, who is able to magically channel the abilities of the animal kingdom thanks to the mysterious Tantu Totem she wears around her neck.[31] After the death of her former teammate and lover, Rex Tyler, she decides to join the Legends in their search for the killer. She eventually becomes romantically involved with Nate Heywood. Despite the character leaving the Legends in season three, Sellers will remain a regular for season four.[32]

While Amaya Jiwe is an original creation for the series, her alias "Vixen" is a reference to the DC Comics character of the same name.[33]

Nathan Heywood / Steel[edit]

Nick Zano

Dr. Nathan "Nate" Heywood (portrayed by Nick Zano; season 2–present) is a historian whose grandfather was Henry Heywood, Sr. / Commander Steel, a member of the Justice Society of America.[34][35]

He is based on the DC Comics character of the same name.

Zari Adrianna Tomaz[edit]

Tala Ashe

Zari Adrianna Tomaz (portrayed by Tala Ashe; season 3–present) is a Muslim-American computer hacker from the year 2042 who lives a double life with powers from a mystical source.[36] Marc Guggenheim explained that part of the motivation for adding a Muslim superhero to the series was the "political climate" in the US after the 2016 elections. "Representation is a really powerful thing," said Ashe. "When I was growing up watching television, I didn't see anyone who looked like me. When I think of the kid version of myself, I think it broadens your perspective. What I think is so lovely about this show is that the Legends are this tapestry that represent America today."[37]

She is loosely based on the DC Comics character of the same name.

Wally West / Kid Flash[edit]

Keiynan Lonsdale

Wally West (portrayed by Keiynan Lonsdale; season 3) is a speedster from Keystone City who recently connected with his long-lost father, Joe West, and sister, Iris West. After acquiring metahuman abilities, Wally trained under his foster brother (later brother-in-law) and fellow speedster, Barry Allen, eventually taking over the full-time responsibility of protecting Central City when Barry was trapped in the Speed Force. Upon Barry’s return, Wally decides to leave Central City in order to forge his own path as a person and hero.

Lonsdale starred as the character on The Flash, and was promoted to a series regular in the twelfth episode of season three, after previously making a guest appearance in "Aruba-Con" and "Here I Go Again".[38] He left the series after the season ended, and before the fourth season began.[39]

He is based on the DC Comics character of the same name.

John Constantine[edit]

Matt Ryan

John Constantine (portrayed by Matt Ryan; main season 4; recurring season 3) is an enigmatic and irreverent former con man who is now a reluctant supernatural detective and an associate of Oliver Queen's who helps the Legends in their fight against Mallus. Ryan reprises the role from Constantine and Arrow.[40] Ryan was announced as being promoted to the main cast for the fourth season.[41] Following the fight against Mallus, Constantine appears to the Legends in Aruba stating that the aberrations caused other things besides Mallus to get out as he places an unknown creature's head near them.

Ava Sharpe[edit]

Ava Sharpe (portrayed by Jes Macallan; main season 4; recurring season 3) is a special agent working with the Time Bureau who initially has a strong dislike of the Legends. She is promoted to Director of the Time Bureau, and it is later revealed that she is the 12th in a line of clones from the year 2213.[42] She and Sara Lance later enter a romantic relationship.[43] Macallan will be promoted to series regular for the fourth season.[44]

Nora Darhk[edit]

Eleanor "Nora" Darhk (portrayed by Courtney Ford; main season 4; recurring season 3) is the daughter of Damien Darhk who revives her father upon becoming a follower of Mallus.[45] Madeleine Arthur portrays a young Nora from 2017.

Recurring characters[edit]

This is a list of recurring actors and the characters they portrayed in multiple episodes, which were significant roles. The characters are listed by the order in which they first appeared.

Introduced in season one[edit]

Oliver Queen / Green Arrow[edit]

Oliver Queen / Green Arrow (portrayed by Stephen Amell) – A former billionaire playboy and Star City's local politician who secretly operates as the vigilante "Green Arrow".[46] Amell also appears as the potential 2046 version of the character,[47]

  • Stephen Amell also portrays his character's fascist parallel universe counterpart from Earth-X named Dark Arrow.

Vandal Savage[edit]

Hath-Set / Vandal Savage (portrayed by Casper Crump) – An ancient Egyptian immortal who has manipulated leaders throughout history in an attempt to gain dominion over the entire world.[48] Savage hunts the various incarnations of Hawkman and Hawkgirl to prolong his life. He is later targeted by time traveler Rip Hunter after killing Rip's family in 2166. He is killed for good by Mick Rory in 1958, by Sara Lance in 1975, and by Kendra Saunders and Rip Hunter in 2021. The character was first introduced on The Flash.

Damien Darhk[edit]

Damien Darhk (portrayed by Neal McDonough) – A former member of the League of Assassins who the Legends first encounter (from their point of view) at a weapons auction in 1975 during season one. McDonough appears as the character in 2016 on Arrow, during its fourth season, as the leader of the clandestine group, H.I.V.E.[49] In season two, having thought initially uninterested, Darhk forms an alliance with Eobard Thawne / Reverse-Flash as a Legion of Doom member in 1987 when he learns of his predestined death by Sara, who bore a grudge against him for killing her sister Laurel Lance near the end of his life in 2016.[29] He is determined to find the Spear of Destiny and uses its powers to avert the events that would lead to his death by the Green Arrow. Though the events of his death remain unchanged, Darhk is eventually resurrected by his time-traveling daughter Eleanor and her master Mallus after his corpse has time displaced in Victorian London and he vows revenge against the Legends and their allies for his death. His resurrection and displacements also create a loophole that would allow Sara Lance to fulfill her vendetta against him without changing the timeline's course. However, horrified upon his daughter's actions Damien begins to feel remorse over his actions and eventually betrays Mallus. During the final battle, Damien sacrifices himself so that Mallus can possess him instead of his daughter.

Zaman Druce[edit]

Zaman Druce (portrayed by Martin Donovan) – A Time Master who is Rip Hunter's mentor. He reveals himself as an ally to Vandal Savage. He dies after Snart destroyed the Oculus that would manipulate time itself.[50]

Introduced in season two[edit]

Malcolm Merlyn[edit]

Malcolm Merlyn (portrayed by John Barrowman) – A wealthy businessman and the former Ra's al Ghul. He is a member of the Legion of Doom.[29] The character was first introduced in Arrow. Barrowman appears due to his deal that allows him to appear on all shows in the Arrowverse.[51] After the subsequent losses of his wife and son and his company, his daughter's alignment with the Green Arrow, and numerous defeats, Malcolm seeks to use the Spear of Destiny to rewrite details of his life to his own benefits.

Lily Stein[edit]

Lily Stein (portrayed by Cirstina Brucato) – Martin Stein's daughter who is conceived as a result of Stein encouraging his younger self from 1987 to show his wife Clarissa just how much he appreciates and loves her. Young Stein took his counterpart's advice and decided to focus on his family include impregnating Clarissa on her birthday, significantly changing his family history; prior to the timeline change, Stein and his wife chose not to have a child due to the former's fear of being a neglectful father in addition he was more focused on his work, resulted their marriage unfulfilled despite being together. He was shocked to discover the alteration of his past upon returning to the present and initially considered to restore the timeline. However, after seeing Lily's scientific brilliance, Martin is proud to be her father. He discovers that he is actually a good father to Lily and close to her, and his life with Clarissa in the new timeline is a much happier one than the previous, therefore favoring the changes. Despite his mission to protect the timeline, Stein loves Lily and refuses to let her be erased by correcting his change to his life, and the Legends accept Lily out of their loyalty to Stein along they discover that her presence only causes minimal impacts without interfering significant events such as her father's destiny. Like her father, Lily is also a scientist with an expertise in nanotechnology, and occasionally offer aids to the Legends. The character first appeared on The Flash during the "Invasion!" crossover.[52] In season three, she is revealed to be pregnant, by her boyfriend. After Lily's son is born, Stein named his grandson Ronald after Ronnie Raymond, his original half of the Firestorm. Winter Lily White portrays a young Lily from 1992.

Introduced in season three[edit]

Gary Green[edit]

Gary Green (portrayed by Adam Tsekhman) – A Time Bureau agent.

Wilbur Bennett[edit]

Wilbur Bennett (portrayed by Hiro Kanagawa) – The director of the Time Bureau. After he is killed by Grodd, Sharpe replaces him as director.[53]

Kuasa[edit]

Kuasa (portrayed by Tracy Ifeachor) – The granddaughter of Amaya Jiwe, the sister of Mari McCabe and a follower of Mallus who once wielded the water totem of Zambezi which gave her the ability to control water. Currently, the water totem is infused with Kuasa, allowing her to change her body into water for various purposes. Anika Noni Rose previously voiced Kuasa on the Vixen animated series.

Mallus[edit]

Mallus (voiced by John Noble) – A mysterious entity that rises, exists, and dies throughout time and is an old enemy of Rip Hunter. To further its goals, Mallus has Eleanor revive her father while possessing her.[54] John Constantine identifies Mallus as a demon who can manipulate time and space. During the final battle in the Old West where Mallus used Blackbeard, Freydís Eiríksdóttir, and Julius Caesar as pawns, Mallus was ultimately defeated and killed by the Legends using the Totems that caused them to turn into a gigantic Beebo.

Grodd[edit]

Grodd (voiced by David Sobolov) – A hyper-intelligent Gorilla with telepathic powers as a result of being experimented on and former ruler of Gorilla City. He somehow got time displaced during the Vietnam War. He tried to take over the Waverider before being knocked out and falling into a napalm fire caused by an air strike. However he was saved by Damien Dark who persuades him to join him in Mallus' campaign. He first appeared on The Flash.[55]

Guest stars[edit]

The following is a supplementary list of guest stars, some recurring, who appear in lesser roles. The characters are listed in the order in which they first appeared.

Introduced in season one[edit]

  • Laurel Lance / Black Canary (portrayed by Katie Cassidy) – An attorney-turned-vigilante and the older sister of Sara. Cassidy stars as the character on Arrow.[56]
  • Dr. Aldus Boardman (portrayed by Peter Francis James) – A Classics professor at St. Roch University, who is an expert on the story of Chay-Ara / Hawkgirl, Prince Khufu / Hawkman, and Vandal Savage. He is also a son of Hawkman and Hawkgirl in one of their incarnations.[57]
  • Lewis Snart (portrayed by Jason Beaudoin) – A former police officer, career criminal, and the estranged abusive father of Leonard Snart / Captain Cold. An older version of the character portrayed by Michael Ironside previously appeared on The Flash.[58]
  • Valentina Vostok (portrayed by Stephanie Corneliussen) – An exceptional and vivacious Soviet physicist, who plays a crucial role in determining the fate of the Cold War.[59]
  • Cisco Ramon / Vibe (portrayed by Carlos Valdes) – A member of the Flash's S.T.A.R. Labs team that gets "vibes" of certain people through the multiverse. Valdes stars as the character on The Flash.[60]
  • Connor Hawke / Green Arrow (portrayed by Joseph David-Jones) – Born as John Diggle, Jr., Connor takes up the Green Arrow mantle in the potential Star City of 2046 after the supposed death of Oliver Queen.[61] A younger version of the character appears on Arrow.[62]
  • Grant Wilson / Deathstroke (portrayed by Jamie Andrew Cutler) – The son of Slade Wilson / Deathstroke, who rules the potential Star City of 2046 after forming an uprising to take control of the city.[61]
  • Gilbert (voiced by Andrew Pifko) – The A.I. of another time ship.[63]
  • Lindsay Carlisle (portrayed by Ali Liebert) – A love interest for Sara Lance in the 1950s.[64]
  • Betty Seaver (portrayed by Melissa Roxburgh) – A love interest for Jefferson Jackson in the 1950s.[65]
  • Ra's al Ghul (portrayed by Matthew Nable) – The former leader of the League of Assassins and long-time nemesis of Damien Darhk and the H.I.V.E. organization. Nable appears as the character on Arrow.[66]
  • Talia al Ghul (portrayed by Milli Wilkinson) – The daughter of Ra's al Ghul.[67][68] An older version of the character appears on Arrow.[69]
  • Per Degaton (portrayed by Cory Grüter-Andrew[70]) – The apprentice of Vandal Savage in the future, which by the influence of him, will become a dictator in his adult age.
  • Rachel Turner (portrayed by Jewel Staite) – A tech genius and roboticist in the future.[71] She is the great-great-great-great granddaughter of Ray Palmer's twin brother Sydney.[72]
  • Jonah Hex (portrayed by Johnathon Schaech) – A former Confederate soldier and morally ambiguous gunslinger in the Old West with knowledge of time travel.[73]
  • The Pilgrim (portrayed by Faye Kingslee) – An assassin for the Time Masters who hunts the team by targeting their younger selves in the timeline.[7]
  • Quentin Lance (portrayed by Paul Blackthorne) – A Starling City police officer in 2007 and father of Sara and Laurel. Blackthorne also appears as the character in 2016, where he is the captain of the Star City police, while also starring as the character on Arrow.[67][74] He now serves as Star City's deputy mayor.
  • Mary Xavier (portrayed by Celia Imrie) – The adoptive mother of Rip Hunter, who raises orphaned children to become Time Masters.[7]
  • Cassandra Savage (portrayed by Jessica Sipos) – The daughter of Vandal Savage.[75]
  • Felicity Smoak (portrayed by Emily Bett Rickards) – An I.T. expert, and former love interest of Ray Palmer. Rickards stars as the character on Arrow.[67]
  • Clarissa Stein (portrayed by Isabella Hofmann as an adult, Chanelle Stevenson and Emily Tennant as a younger Clarissa) – Martin Stein's wife and Lily Stein's mother. The former in 1975, and the latter in 1987 and 1992. Hofmann appears as the character on The Flash.
  • Nyssa al Ghul (portrayed by Katrina Law) – The daughter of Ra's al Ghul and former lover of Sara Lance. Law appears as the character on Arrow.[67]
  • Rex Tyler / Hourman (portrayed by Patrick J. Adams) – A member of the Justice Society of America who warns the Legends of an impending threat before mysteriously fading away. The Legends later encounter a past version of Rex in 1942, later learning that he was murdered by the Reverse-Flash which erased the future version they encountered.[76]

Introduced in season two[edit]

Introduced in season three[edit]

  • Julius Caesar (portrayed by Simon Merrells[92]) – A renowned general and dictator of the Roman Republic.
  • P. T. Barnum (portrayed by Billy Zane[93]) – A showman who would later be one of the founders of the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus.
  • Sandy Palmer (portrayed by Susie Abromeit) – Ray Palmer's mother.[94]
  • Dominator Queen (voiced by Cissy Jones) – The leader of the Dominators that comes looking for her child in Ivy Town during the 1980s.
  • "Gumball" (vocal effects provided by Marc Graue) – A Dominator child that ended up in 1980s Ivy Town.
  • Helen of Troy (portrayed by Bar Paly) – A Greek princess during the Trojan War who was time-displaced in 1937 Hollywood.[95] Following the fight with Damien Darhk, Zari Tomaz dropped Helen of Troy back to her own time where she placed Helen of Troy on the island of Themyscira while history was rewritten to state that Helen of Troy mysteriously disappeared during the Trojan War.
  • Cecil B. DeMille (portrayed by Andy Thompson) – A famed film director.
  • Hedy Lamarr (portrayed by Celia Massingham) – An inventor and actress who was active during the 1930s and 1940s.
  • Dick Rory (portrayed by Evan Jones) – The father of Mick Rory who fought in the Vietnam War.
  • Isaac Newton (portrayed by Lawrence Green) – A physicist who discovered gravity and was enlisted by Martin Stein to help him find a way to divide the Firestorm Matrix at the time when the Legends were fighting Gorilla Grodd in Vietnam.
  • Lyndon B. Johnson (portrayed by Peter Hall) – The 36th President of the United States who visited Vietnam during the Vietnam War.
  • Alex Danvers (portrayed by Chyler Leigh) – Kara Danver's adoptive sister and D.E.O. agent from Earth-38. Leigh reprises her role from Supergirl.
  • Wellenreiter's A.I. System (voiced by Susanna Thompson) – Gideon's Earth-X equivalent aboard a timeship owned by the Dark Arrow and designed by Eobard Thawne. Thompson previously starred as Moira Queen on Arrow.[96]
  • Leif Erikson (portrayed by Thor Knai) – The leader of the Vikings from Greenland who discovered Vinland.
  • Freydís Eiríksdóttir (portrayed by Katia Winter) – The sister of Leif Erikson who wanted to turn what would become North America into New Valhalla.
  • Beebo (voiced by Benjamin Diskin) – A toy that Leif Erikson's Vikings mistook as a god.
  • Blackbeard (portrayed by Jonathan Cake) – A pirate captain that operates in the West Indies.
  • Jesse Wells / Jesse Quick (portrayed by Violett Beane) – A superheroine with superhuman speed from Earth-2, an associate of the Flash, daughter of Dr. Harrison "Harry" Wells, and Wally West's ex-girlfriend.[97] Beane recurs as the character on The Flash.
  • Elvis Presley (portrayed by Luke Bilyk) – A singer who is the "King of Rock and Roll." His guitar somehow got the Death Totem into it which he was able to use to send the ghosts to the afterlife by leading everyone in singing "Amazing Grace."
  • Jesse Garon Presley (portrayed by Luke Bilyk) – The ghost of Elvis Presley's twin brother who was stillborn.
  • Lucious Presley (portrayed by Geoffrey Blake) – A preacher who is the uncle of Elvis Presley.
  • Barack Obama (portrayed by Lovell Adams-Gray) – The 44th President of the United States who was targeted in his college days by Gorilla Grodd.

See also[edit]

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