Tala Ashe, a cast member in the CW series "DC's Legends of Tomorrow," poses for a portrait during the 2017 Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour in Beverly Hills, Calif, Aug. 2, 2017.
Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP
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Tala Ashe is thrilled to debut her new character, a Muslim-American superhero joining season three of "DC's Legends of Tomorrow".One of Ashe's first breaks was on a soap opera. She took the role to pay the bills, but said she would never agree to the part now.Ashe was particularly impressed when showrunners brought in a Muslim-American writer to help craft her role and hopes that kind of inclusivity will spread in Hollywood.Ashe aims to be a positive role model for young fans and perhaps break down a few stereotypes along the way.
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