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‘The Flash’ Adds Kelly Frye as Plastique

‘The Flash’ Adds Kelly Frye as Plastique


The new CW series The Flash has cast Kelly Frye as the explosive Plastique.

The CW describes Plastique, real name Bette Sans Souci, as a bomb disposal expert in Iraq who, following exposure to the energy released by the S.T.A.R. Labs meltdown, now has the ability to turn any object she touches into an explosive device. On the run from the shadow forces in the U.S. government trying to turn her into a human weapon, she finds an ally in fellow meta-human The Flash.

According to E Online!, you can look for Plastique to make an appearance on The Flash‘s fifth episode.

The series also stars Grant Gustin as Barry Allen/The Flash, Candice Patton as Iris West, Jesse L. Martin as Detective Joe West, Tom Cavanagh as Dr. Harrison Wells, Danielle Panabaker as as Dr. Caitlin Snow/Killer Frost, Carlos Valdes as Cisco Ramon/Vibe and Rick Cosnett Eddie Thawne, with guest star John Wesley Shipp, who portrayed The Flash in the the 1990 television series, as Barry Allen’s father Henry.

If you want a better look at the cast, be sure to check out FanBolt’s Comic-Con 2014 coverage, as some of the stars of the series were kind enough to come out and meet fans over the weekend and we’ve got a gallery of the event.

The Flash premieres on The CW on October 7th.

Let us know what you think of Frye’s casting below!

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Jasmine Alyce Jasmine is the Associate Editor/Reporter for FanBolt. She’s been obsessed with pop culture and entertainment news since the olden days of MTV’s ‘TRL’ and graduated in 2009 with her BA in Journalism. She’s a huge horror and sci-fi/fantasy fan and her favorite shows include: American Horror Story, Game of Thrones, Pretty Little Liars, Doctor Who, Bates Motel, Once Upon A Time and Scandal, to name a few.


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