HD photos of American actress Danielle Panabaker from recent issue of Status Magazine. Her popularity is rising lately with her role as Dr Caitlin Snow in The Flash, a superhero television series.
Credits – Story by Pola Beronilla (read here), photographed by Irvin Rivera, styled by Katrina Guevara, makeup by Nicole Walmsley from The Wall Group, and hair by David Gardner from Grid Agency.
STATUS is a youth culture digital magazine based in Manila, Philippines. It’s an English publication, and most of its contents seem to focus on western lifestyle and celebrities instead of Asian stuff.
The Flash and Caitlin Snow
Danielle Panabaker started acting at teenage. I’ve watched the 2005 movie Sky High among her works but couldn’t recall much from that. I remembered her from legal drama series Shark (2006-2008) instead, in which she played the sweet daughter of the main character, starring James Wood.
The actress starred in a number of movies and TV shows since then. Time Lapse is probably the only acclaimed one though, before she guest starred as Caitlin Snow in The CW television series Arrow in 2014. She later reprised the role as one of the main leads in the series’ popular spin-off, The Flash.
The Flash is based on the DC Comics character Barry Allen aka Flash, a crime fighting superhero with the power to move at superhuman speeds. The character also appears in the DC Extended Universe movie franchise and other media but those have no linkups to the TV show.
Check out the extended trailer below for the series’ pilot episode in 2014. Grant Gustin plays the title role, and the cast include Panabaker, Candice Patton, Rick Cosnett, Carlos Valdes, Tom Cavanagh and Jesse L. Martin. Ezra Miller plays the role in recent films instead (in cameos so far.)
Panabaker stars as Caitlin Snow, she’s a bioengineering expert in the STAR Labs which aids the Flash with his missions. Panabaker also stars as Killer Frost, Snow’s doppelganger from a parallel world. Killer Frost has the power to manipulate ice and is likely to feature more often in future seasons.
The Flash is one of the most watched shows in the world. I’ve never watched a single episode though; it’s not available on my local channels and I’m not fond of torrent or other streaming services.