'DC's Legends Of Tomorrow': Series Regular To Exit CW Series

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According to The Hollywood Reporter, Victor Garber will exit his role on The CW's LEGENDS OF TOMORROW as he prepares to take over the role of Horace Vandergelder in Broadway's Hello, Dolly!

Garber's departure could mean the end of the road for Drameh too, though that has yet to be revealed.

Legends of Tomorrow airs Tuesdays on The CW. TV had no comment.

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The report states that Garber's exit has been planned meticulously to give Stein a fitting send-off. The chatter intensified over the summer. As previously reported, Garber will star opposite Bernadette Peters in the Tony-winning show beginning January 20th.

Garber first joined the Berlanti-verse of superhero shows on The Flash as Professor Martin Stein, half of the superhero team that makes up Firestorm - the other half was Ronnie Raymond, played by Robbie Amell. Doing that while filming a primetime series is virtually impossible, especially when the show is produced 3,000 miles away as is the case with the Vancouver-based Legends Of Tomorrow. After wrapping his run on the show, which should be shortly, Garber is expected to move back to NY to start preparing for Hello, Dolly!

The Legends of Tomorrow will get a little bit smaller in Season Three as one of the series regulars will soon be leaving the cast. It's also said he'll remain a series regular throughout the third season, which premiered last night, though he's not likely to return for episodes beyond those he's already filmed.

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