'The Flash' Star Grant Gustin Signs With WME
The actor first broke out as villainous Warbler Sebastian Smythe on Fox’s 'Glee.'
The Flash star Grant Gustin has signed with WME, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. He previously was repped by CESD.
Gustin’s career has taken off ever since assuming the mantle of the Scarlet Speedster, first as a guest star on The CW’s Arrow and then as headliner of the spinoff, already renewed for a second season. The DC Comics adaptation has been embraced by critics and fans alike — the series has averaged a 56 percent increase in total viewers (60 percent in adults 18-49) since the premiere set a network record of nearly 7 million viewers in final live-plus-7 ratings in October.
Before becoming a superhero, Gustin first broke out as villainous Warbler Sebastian Smythe on Fox’s Glee. He also recurred on The CW’s 90210. His other television credits include the Lifetime movie A Mother’s Nightmare (where he starred opposite 90210’s Jessica Lowndes) and CSI: Miami.
Gustin continues to be repped by Robert Stein Management.