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Wentworth Miller Cast as Captain Cold on The Flash!

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Wentworth Miller has booked his return to television.

And it's an awesome one.

The former Prison Break star has joined the cast of The Flash, it was announced today at the Television Critics Assocation Press Tour in Los Angeles.

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He will come on board the new CW hit as the villainous Captain Cold, a character whose superpowers include his ability to have a beam off cold freeze anything it touches. Instantly.

The freeze-gun touting baddie is the leader of the Rouges, a group of his adversaries in town, and Miller is booked for Episode 4.

"We’ll be seeing his origin and the origin of the Rogues," teased executive producer Greg Berlanti.

Wentworth has kept a fairly low profile since Prison Break went off the air in 2009.

The Flash Season 1 speeds up on Tuesday, October 7.

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The Flash stars Grant Gustin and centers on the speediest man in the world, scientist Barry Allen after he undergoes some major changes.

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Cisco: That's pretty ironic. The guy specialized in cloning and now he can make Xeroxes of himself.
Harrison: If he was experimenting on himself when he was exposed to the dark matter wave released by the particle accelerator explosion...
Cisco: Meet Captain Clone! Don't worry, I'll come up with something cooler.

Joe: You were wrong.
Barry: I have been wrong a lot this week. You're gonna have to be more specific.
Joe: You said that one of the things driving you to run around out there was that you couldn't help your dad. You can help him. We can. We're gonna figure out who or what killed your mother that night and then we're gonna get your father out of prison. Together.
Barry: Joe, what I said about you not being my father...
Joe: Barry, I know. I know I'm not your father.
Barry: You're right. You're not. You're just the man who kept me fed and in clothes, who sat on my bed at night until I fell asleep because I was afraid of the dark. You helped me with my homework, you taught me how to drive and shave and you dropped me off at college. It sounds a lot like a dad to me.

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