The Canadian actor is now starring in ‘Heels’, a new wrestling series alongside Alexander Ludwig.
It has been more than a year and a half since Arrow said goodbye to his legion of followers forever with its eighth season, but Stephen Amell, its protagonist, He continues to show a great attachment to what has undoubtedly been the most important person in his career to date. The performer continues to rave about his experience on the CW series whenever he gets the chance, but lThe last test of affection has been in the form of a tattoo. A permanent memory of his time in the series and of having played Oliver Queen for no less than eight seasons.
Far from ostentatious, the tattoo that Amell has chosen is quite discreet: the tip of a date on his right arm, specifically above his elbow. The tattoo is only in outline and has only used black ink. You can see it in detail in the image below, since Amell has shared a photo on his official Instagram account:
Because right now? Along with the image, the actor explains:
I’ve been thinking a lot about ‘Arrow’ recently and the impact it had on my life. To move on, I wanted to have a slight memory
Although Arrow It was not the first series of Stephen Amell’s career, it was his most important role to date. We had previously seen him in Hung (Gifted), With out PRIVIOUSE appointment and other series, but without a doubt it was his role as Oliver Queen that put him on the radar of audiences around the world. The CW series was the first in addition to an entire universe of CW superheroes, leading to The Flash, Supergirl, Legends of Tomorrow and other fictions that make up the so-called “Arrowverso”.
Stephen Amell ‘Heels’: “If I am offered an interesting opportunity to give to fans of ‘Arrow’, I would certainly appreciate it”
The actor already showed great affection for Arrow about a year ago, when in November 2020, when the industry began to reactivate after the stoppage as a result of Covid-19 but with strong restrictive measures, Amell offered to play Oliver Queen again if the production company had problems bringing the actors to Canada, their country of residence. “I called Greg Berlanti and said: ‘Look, I hope this doesn’t happen, but if everything goes to shit and you can’t bring actors and things can’t be solved, I’m here for whatever it takes,” he explained. the same in an interview.
Now, Amell has just released a new series, Heels, a fiction about wrestling that stars alongside Alexander Ludwig (Vikings) and that can be seen in Spain by the hand of Starzplay.