The Flash Wentworth Miller Is Captain Cold In THE FLASH written by Sean Gerber July 19, 2014 TV Guide reports Wentworth Miller (PRISON BREAK) has joined The CW’s THE FLASH as Leonard Snart, better known as Captain Cold. Miller will first appear in the series’ fourth episode as the eventual leader of The Rogues. Given that another Rogue, the Weather Wizard, appears in the pilot, it appears The Flash (Grant Gustin) is going to have his hands full very early on. Prison Break star Wentworth Miller will pay Captain Cold on #TheFlash. Character will be introduced in Episode 4. — TV Guide (@TVGuide) July 18, 2014 Wentworth Miller Is Captain Cold In THE FLASH was last modified: February 20th, 2016 by Sean Gerber Related The Flash 1 comment 0 Facebook Twitter Google + Pinterest Sean Gerber Sean Gerber is the founder and editor-in-chief of Modern Myth Media. When he's not writing here, you can catch him as the host of Popular Opinion Podcast, Batman News, and Marvel News! previous post GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY- Hot Toys Unleashes Rocket & Groot! next post Marvel Television Offers An Exclusive Poster For SDCC You may also like Review: The FLASH “Rogue Air” May 12, 2015 THE FLASH Season 2: Zoom Is Coming. July 16, 2015 Finale Review: THE FLASH’s “Fast Enough” Is... May 22, 2015 The FLASH: “Grodd Lives” May 5, 2015 Weekly Ratings Roundup: March 20 to 26,... March 28, 2016 Weekly Ratings Roundup: March 27 to April... April 4, 2016 The CW Warns: The Reverse Flash Is... March 13, 2015 THE FLASH Receives Full Season Pickup from... October 22, 2014 Look, who’s back! Mark Hamill to portray... December 8, 2014 THE FLASH – The Sound And The... January 27, 2015 Robert Reineke I just love the Rogues. They basically sat out the grim and gritty revisions while Wally West was given a new set of Rogues to battle, and the result is that they were left with a sense of honor and goals other than seeing how many people they could kill before the hero would stoop to their level to stop them. The fact that they still want to do things like rob banks is something I find flat out refreshing in this day and age. I’m eager to see them brought to life. They’re my second favorite set of villains behind Batman’s.