He also plays Wesley in the 2015 film The Duff and in 2014, he began playing Ronnie Raymond/Firestorm on the TV series The Flash.
He appeared in his first television commercial at age six and at age sixteen performed in high school plays.
Let your silly side show."I always think a good date is something where you can both have fun and just kind of let your guard down," he said.
"I'm a sucker for any kind of an amusement park or an arcade or bowling -- anything where you can just be yourself."4. "There's one roller coaster in Toronto called Drop Zone.
The above Robbie Amell shirtless is our favoritest of them all. More about the show and Robbie’s character from TV Line: The superhero drama, adapted from the 1970s UK series, follows several young people from around the world who represent the next stage in human evolution…Amell will play a character (coincidentally) named Stephen, a tormented young man who longs to be normal and is relieved when he learns that he’s not crazy, but rather part of a group of genetically superior Tomorrow People. We’re happy for Robbie and hope that this show will be as big a hit as Arrow. He is 6′ 2″ (1.88 m) tall according to his IMDB profile which also tells us that he’s born 21 April 1988 and goes by the nicknames “Hollywood” and “Picky”. He is most likely straight but the denizens of thinks otherwise.