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It seemed as though Caity Lotz had vacated the DC Universe after her character Canary, an ass-kicking, bisexual former assassin, became an arrow-filled pincushion during Arrow’s third season. (Oops, spoiler alert!) But it turns out, she’s still a DC U resident after returning as White Canary in the CW’s Arrow and The Flash spin-off, Legends of Tomorrow.
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The weapons training adds authenticity…You [think], ‘Yeah, she could kill a few people.’
Lotz, a skilled martial artist, is set to unveil an impressive array of on-screen badassery as she battles foes both past and present in DC’s time-traveling superhero series. “The weapons training adds authenticity,” she says. “You [think], ‘Yeah, she could kill a few people.’ ” Here’s what else you need to know about Lotz.
Prefers skill-developing activities such as Muay Thai or yoga rather than standard weights or cardio.
Was the only girl on her Little League baseball team, but her Major League dreams ended when she accidently broke an umpire’s nose.
Toured Germany with a pop R&B girl band [yes, there’s plenty of video].
Practices “tricking,” a flashy training discipline that blends flips and kicks into a fluid movement. “It’s not street fighting, but it looks great on camera,” Lotz said.
Dreads the thought of having to stick her hand down a hair-filled drain.
Rocks Red Hot Chili Peppers tunes while in the shower.
Loves it when a guy is secure enough to come up and talk to her without using a pickup line.
Hasn’t done a head spin in a while, but it used to be one of her favorite dance moves. “It’s as fun as it looks, but it just takes a while for your head to get hard so it doesn’t hurt!”
Bears a birthmark on her right arm that changes colors and disappears depending on her mood.
Listens to Major Lazer when she’s working out—even though it makes her feel as though she’s having a heart attack.