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‘Batwoman’ Discovers Its Villain: Rachel Skarsten To Feign In the CW’s DC Pilot

Rachel Skarsten has been given a role as a villainous lead inverse Ruby Rose in Batwoman, the CW’s groundbreaking dramatization pilot from Greg’s Berlanti Productions and Warner Bros Television.

Composed via Caroline Dries and coordinated by David Nutter, Batwoman marks the first gay lead character of a live-action superhero series. Outfitted with an enthusiasm for social equity and a style for talking her mind, Kate Kane (Rose) takes off onto the lanes of Gotham as Batwoman, an out lesbian and exceedingly prepared road fighter primed to snuff out the falling flat city’s criminal resurgence.

Skarsten will play Alice. In the event that Batwoman had a Joker, it would be Alice, the pioneer of her Lewis Carroll– propelled Wonderland Gang. Swinging erratically among maniacal and charming, Alice has made it her mission to undermine Gotham’s sense of security.

This denotes an arrival to DC/WBTV for Skarsten — one of her first significant jobs was a lead, Dinah Lance, on the 2002 series Birds of Prey, which broadcast on the CW predecessor the WB. On the CW, she played Queen Elizabeth on Reign.

Skarsten as of late repeated on Season 2 of Bravo’s Imposters and was a series customary on Syfy’s Lost Girl. She is repped by CAA and Dani De Lio at Creative Drive Artists.

Dries executive produces the Batwoman pilot close by Nutter, Berlanti Prods’ Berlanti and Sarah Schechter just as former DC Entertainment president Geoff Johns by means of his new Mad Ghost Productions banner.

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