Ben Lewis Joins 'Arrow' As Arrow's Adult Son

by Outsiders
October 18, 2018

Deadline is reporting that Ben Lewis has joined the cast of Arrow for a season-long run after being introduced on the seventh season premiere. Lewis will play the future adult version of William “Will” Clayton, the son of Oliver Queen and the late Samantha Clayton.

The character was initially presented to Arrow viewers as a mystery man seeking Lian Yu, the island in the North China Sea where Queen (Stephen Amell) learned the skills that made him the show’s title hero. The climax of Monday’s episode revealed his surprising heritage during his unexpected encounter with Roy Harper (Colton Haynes) — but that only deepened the mystery since that meeting apparently takes place two decades in the future.


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sXeblues - 2018-10-20 @ 7:31 am

Ive been out of the loop on Arrow for the past couple seasons, so I had no idea he had a son lest anadult son... I imagine thats going to be something of an interesting reveal, lol.

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