Bart Allen will be appearing in CW’s The Flash. Jordan Fisher has been cast as the future speedster in The CW show’s seventh season. Fisher role in the Arrowverse community will serve as a guest starring role. Fisher’s Bart Allen appearance will coincide with The CW show’s milestone 150th episode, which will air later in the show’s seventh season as the 17th episode.
According to a report from Deadline, Bart will have a penchant for wildly impulsive behavior and Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) and Iris (Candice Patton) will have their hands full in teaching their future son (or grandson?) the concept of patience. Bart learning patience will pay a role in defeating Team Flash’s biggest threat yet.
The character of Bart Allen, aka Impulse, is famously known in the comics as the grandson of Barry Allen, the original Flash and Iris West in the future of the DC Comics continuity. Impulse has served as member of the Young Justice team and the Teen Titians.
Fisher’s on camera credits include Netflix’s mega hit romantic comedy franchise “To All The Boys: P.S I Love You” based on the novels by Jenny Han. Fisher recently appeared in “Work it,” another Netflix project. Other shows include MTV’s “Teen Wolf,” “The Secret Life of the American Teenager” for then-ABC Family (now known as FreeForm).
Fisher competed on ABC’s “Dancing with the stars” and has voice acting credits in the animated series “She-Ra and the Princesses of Power” and has also starred in two live television musicals “Rent Live” and “Grease Live.” Both musicals were on FOX.
Fisher will star in a feature film titled “Hello, Goodbye and Everything in Between”, a film that he will also produce.
Fisher’s resume goes beyond his on camera’s appearances. He is also known for his producing, music, dancing, gaming and using his platform to speak on racial injustice. Outside of television, Fisher has made name for himself on Broadway, starring in shows such as “Dear Evan Hansen” as the titular character, Evan Hansen.
Season 7 of “The Flash” began airing on The CW on March 2. You can catch up for free on The CW streaming app.
About Jordan Fisher
Jordan Fisher was born in Birmingham, Alabama on April 24, 1994 and grew up in Trussville.
Jordan’s abilities as an actor, singer/songwriter, dancer, choreographer and musician span from TV to music, Broadway and film. Jordan starred in “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” and soon will star Netflix’s “Work It.”
His additional accomplishments include being the first African American to portray the title character of ‘Evan’ in “Dear Evan Hansen” and ‘Mark’ in Fox’s Emmy nominated “Rent Live,” as well as being named a breakout star in Fox’s Emmy-winning broadcast “Grease Live!” Jordan also won ABC’s 25th season of “Dancing With the Stars” and collaborated with Lin-Manuel Miranda, performing a duet with him on Disney’s “Moana” soundtrack, as well as joining the cast of Tony award-winning musical “Hamilton.” Jordan is also an avid gamer and you can catch him streaming on Twitch.
Learn more about the actor by visiting his official website.