"Legends of Tomorrow" Adds "Power Rangers" Actress As Stargirl

The cast of "Legends of Tomorrow" has added another actor for its second season. IGN has learned that Sarah Grey will portray Stargirl in a recurring role during the CW series' sophomore season. Stargirl will be one of many heroes rounding out the show's Justice Society of America lineup, along with Hourman (Patrick J. Adams) and the still-uncast Dr. Mid-Nite and Obsidian.

Courtney Whitmore, also known as Stargirl, was created by Geoff Johns and debuted in 1999's "Stars and S.T.R.I.P.E." # 0. She wields a cosmic staff that allows her to manipulate energy and fly. Stargirl made her live-action debut later seasons of "Smallville" where she was played by Britt Irvin.

Sarah Grey will be a part of the cast of the upcoming "Power Rangers" feature film, although she is not one of the five Rangers. Grey will play a character named Amanda, as stated on IMDB. Grey joins Patrick J. Adams (Hourman), Maisie Richardson-Sellers (Vixen) and Matthew MacCaull (Commander Steel) as a member of the JSA. Obsidian and Dr. Mid-Nite have not yet been cast.

"DC's Legends of Tomorrow" returns Oct. 13 on The CW.

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