The arrival of Sue Dearbones is imminent as The Flash finally finds an actress for the part.
EW has confirmed that Natalie Dreyfus (The Originals) has been cast in the recurring role of Sue Dearborn, the missing person at the centre of Ralph Dibney (Hartley Sawyer) current case. In the DC Comics pages, Sue eventually becomes Ralph’s wife and crime-solving partner. (TVLine broke this news).
Here is a description of the official character:
“Given a fierce intelligence and a spitting personality, Sue Dearborn is the daughter of one of the wealthiest families in Central City. But there is much more to sue than just the socialite’s fame that always The predecessor to him, Master Detective Ralph Dibney, will know when they finally meet this season. ”
The Flash has been preparing to start the trial since the sixth season began, especially when it comes to how Ralph is getting ready to meet the woman he will eventually marry. In part of that presentation, Ralph has decided that he wants to make love to himself after being locked up for many years.
“Iyer told EW in October,” We are building for the idea that Ralph wants something in his life that is romantic and serious. “I think he is finally getting to the point where he is getting ready for her, and I think it’s a big piece of that. With him saying that she’s not open to enjoyment yet and She is not open to love, she really feels that she is. So, I think it gives her a new sense of confidence and a new lease on life. ”
However, fans should be prepared for a turn when it comes to the lawsuit.
“We have to solve the mystery of where the lawsuit is, what it is doing, and more importantly why?” Flash listener Eric Wallace told EW in July. “It’s a season-long mystery that’s going to take a turn in the last half. And when we finally meet Sue, she may not be the woman Ralph is expecting.”
Other credits from Dreyfus include:
Still the King, Will & Grace and Baby Daddy.
Flash air Tuesday at 8 pm. On the CW.
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