Stephen Amell is a popular Canadian actor. Amell’s tryst into films like many other actors was via television. After making some guest appearances and recurring roles in television, Amell made his debut in ‘The Tracy Fragments’ for the role of a detective.
Amell filmography constitutes a number of memorable roles in films and television series such as Jason, a busboy-turned-prostitute in HBO’s ‘Hung, Jim in ‘90210’, recurring role of paramedic Scottie in ABC’s ‘Private Practice’, Joran van der Sloot in the Lifetime television film ‘Justice for Natalee Holloway’ and as Travis McKenna in ‘Blue Mountain State’.
Amell’s consistency and his proficiency in front of camera earned him a lead role of Green Arrow in the CW series ‘Arrow’ in 2012. It turned out to be Amell’s best role as of date. Another memorable role played by Amell was as vigilante Casey Jones in the film ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows’. It was critically and commercially acclaimed and can be easily labelled as Amell’s finest performance in films.
The Ninja Turtles, living in the shadows, are informed by April O’Neil that scientist Baxter Stockman, who works for Shredder, plans to free him, Bebop and Rock-Steady, while being taken to another prison. The Turtles try to stop; however, while being teleported Shredder lands in another dimension and meets evil alien Krang. Together, they pose a threat for the Turtles and the world.