Ivory Aquino Joins DC Comics ‘Batgirl’ As First Openly Trans Character Alysia Yeoh

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Recently, Variety announced that actress Ivory Aquino has joined the cast of DC Comics Batgirl. She is best known for her roles in Tales of the City and When We Rise. She is an openly trans-actress playing the trans comic character Alysia Yeoh. The character was introduced in 2011 and is a close friend of Barbara Gordon. Leslie Grace was announced as the character late last year. Micheal Keaton also returns as an older Bruce Wayne. Production is currently underway.

Batgirl will stream on HBO Max later this year

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