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Jesse L Martin:

Jesse L Martin:

Jesse L Martin

After a day of filming, my makeup artist and I were side-by-side at the cafe. She was polishing her nails. I'm not normally one to pay much attention to the number of people out and about at night, but I watched her out of the corner of my eye. She had a little plastic case with a single azure-blue feather protruding from the side of it.

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Jesse Lamont Martin (né Watkins; January 18, 1969) is an American actor and singer. He originated the role of Tom Collins on Broadway in the musical Rent and performed on television as NYPD Detective Ed Green on Law & Order and Captain Joe West on The Flash. In 2018, Martin suffered a back injury during the summer, which resulted in his being unable to commit to the fifth season of The Flash. He took a medical leave of absence from the show after recording scenes for a few episodes.Jesse L. Martin (born Jesse Lamont Watkins; January 18, 1969) is an American actor and singer. He is best known for originating the role of Tom Collins on Broadway in the musical Rent and his role as NYPD Detective Ed Green on Law & Order and Detective Joe West on The Flash. There are some actors whose faces you never forget, and Jesse L. Martin is one of them. Old school Law & Order fans will recognize Jesse L. Martin from his role as detective, Ed Green. For nine years, he played the hard nosed detective that was always a step ahead of the bad guys. After leaving the show in 2008, he took a few minor roles in other series before landing a main role on the superhero show, The Flash. In his current role as Joe West, Martin is getting the chance to show off his fictional detective skills yet again. Continue reading for 10 things you didn’t know about Jesse L. Martin.

"The Flash" actor Jesse L. Martin has been portraying Joe West, the father of Iris West-Allen (Candice Patton) and former legal guardian of Barry Allen (Grant Gustin), since The CW action drama's first season. Barry's life — and the lives of those around him — changes forever when he chooses to fight crime under the guise of The Flash after being struck by a bolt of lightning which grants him the ability to, among other things, run very quickly. Joe and Iris often find themselves swept up in Barry's crime-fighting activities.During the premiere episode of "The Flash" Season 8, titled "Armageddon, Part 1" (via IMDb), Joe's absence stoked worry among the show's faithful viewers. A scene between Joe's girlfriend, Cecile Horton (Danielle Nicolet), and Chester P. Runk (Brandon McKnight) caused even more worry. During their conversation, Chester says another character is "dead" to him, which provokes an emotional response from Cecile and then a quick apology from Chester (via CBR). Fans worried that this meant Joe had somehow passed away between Season 7 and Season 8. While fans might be worried that Joe West is done for, all signs point to "The Flash" character still being a big part of the program. We know Jesse L. Martin signed a contract extension with the CW series in June 2021 (per Deadline) that will cover the show's entire eighth season. Additionally, per Bam Smack Pow, there are recent shots of the Martin's Joe West in the revamped Season 8 opening credits, which debuted on November 16 ahead of the "Armageddon, Part 1" story. With all of this in mind, it's highly unlikely that Joe will exit "The Flash" during the show's eighth season, even though he has yet to appear.But that doesn't mean that the door isn't open for something sinister to happen to the West family patriarch sometime later in the season. It's The CW, after all, and anything can (and often does) occur during a typically narratively twisty batch of new episodes of "The Flash." However, for the moment, it appears Joe is still alive, well, and on the show's radar. (Source: www.looper.com)

 

 

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