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ARROW Adds SUPERNATURAL Alum to Season 3

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ARROW Adds SUPERNATURAL Alum to Season 3

According to Entertainment Weekly, SUPERNATURAL alum Amy Gumenick will be joining the cast of CW's THE ARROW as Carrie Cutter (aka Cupid).

The character of Cupid will stay true to the comics, being portrayed as a dangerous villain and creepy adoring fan of The Arrow. She was created by producer Andrew Kreisberg. Kreisberg says, "I always loved the idea of Green ARROW having a crazed fan," Kreisberg told EW. "When I was writing the comic book, my big goal was to create a villain who would last. Cupid has since appeared in the DC NATION SHORTS on Cartoon Network, and to have her fight our TV ARROW is so much more than I ever could have hoped for the character."

Gumenick is just one of the many guest stars who will appear on Season 3, including, Nolan Funk (Glee) as Felicity Smoak's ex-boyfriend, Brandon Routh as Atom/Ray Palmer, J.R. Ramirez as Wildcat/Ted Grant and David Cubitt as Mark Shaw/Manhunter.

Besides portraying a young Mary Winchester on CW's Supernatural, Gumenick was also in AMC's Turn.

Cupid is expected to appear in the sixth and seventh episodes of Season 3, when the show returns October 8.


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