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September 13, 2020  abby No comments Gallery, Interviews, Magazine

Pulsespikes.com – With over 10 years of experience in the entertainment industry, actress Caity Lotz is learning how to make her career a part of her life rather than all of it. Lotz, who has starred in popular shows such as Mad Men, Arrow, and now Legends of Tomorrow, is focusing her energy on new projects that excite her while maintaining peace in her private life. When she is not leading the Legends of Tomorrow pack as White Canary, she co-runs Shethority, a website created to provide women with a community and safe space. Lotz discusses the power of strong, female characters and supportive communities in our 16th issue.

What was your first ever role? Or what was it that got you into acting?
I started as a dancer first. I started dancing when I was seven and then I started dancing professionally when I was seventeen. So that is what brought me out to LA. I was dancing, then moved to Europe and was in a singing group—a very random chapter of my life. I came back and started acting; my first role was on Mad Men. I was pretty lucky with that one.

What originally drew you to Arrow and to your role, White Canary?
I started on Arrow, which is another DC Comics book show. That is where my character originated. So I started playing Sara Lance/White Canary on Arrow, and then after that, they wanted to include her in Legends of Tomorrow. My favorite thing about [White Canary] is her passion and strength. She is a leader! At the time, there weren’t a lot of bisexual characters so to be able to play a character that can help bring more of that kind of representation on television was really important for me.

You directed an episode this season. Was this your first time directing? What was the experience like?
It was a phenomenal experience—so much fun! It was super eye opening realizing just how much goes into making an episode of the show in such little time. I love being able to be on the other side of it. It was a tremendous amount of work, but the crew and the cast were so supportive. It was really heartwarming how much everybody rallied together and went the extra mile to help make sure that this was going to be great.

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