Confirmation has been received of a surprise casting in the new CW "The Flash" pilot.
The CW's new spin on "The Flash" will now include John Wesley Shipp, who previously played the role of The Flash/Barry Allen in the 1990-1991 "Flash" TV series. Shipp will guest in the pilot as a "mysterious character," with no further details revealed yet. If "The Flash" is picked up as a series, he's rumored to have a recurring role.
Greg Berlanti, fellow "Arrow" executive producer Andrew Kreisberg, and DC Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns are writing the "Flash" pilot script.
Below is John Wesley Shipp from the original "Flash" TV show and Tom Cavanaugh from his "Yogi Bear" movie role.
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