Stephen Amell
Stephen Amell successfully raised $35,000 for charity after completing six difficult courses in “American Ninja Warrior: Celebrity Edition.” Pictured: Amell at the 2013 People's Choice Awards in Los Angeles on Jan. 9, 2013. Reuters/Danny Moloshok

“Arrow” lead star Stephen Amell recently competed in “American Ninja Warrior: Celebrity Edition.”

On Thursday night, the actor, who plays the role of Oliver Queen, a.k.a. Arrow, dominated the course as the very first celebrity to join the hit “American Ninja Warrior” special episode. NBC released the installment as part of the network’s annual Red Nose Day programming.

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Amell successfully completed six obstacles that showcased how fit and ready he was for the challenges. Even though he was given the option to tag-in his coach, Kacy Catanzaro, Amell chose not to do so. After completing the sixth obstacle, the Warped Wall, the actor even requested to try the Salmon Ladder. After completing the obstacle, he moved on to the Swinging Pegboard, and it was in this course that he fell into the water.

According to TV Line, Amell was the only competitor to have attempted to complete the back half of the course. He also raised a whopping $35,000 for charity. After Amell’s stint, “Parenthood” alum Erika Christensen also tried her luck in “American Ninja Warrior: Celebrity Edition,” and just like Amell, the actress was also on full beast mode the entire time. Christensen completed several different courses, while her husband, Sam Jaeger, cheered her on.

“American Pie” actress Mena Suvari also stunned the crowd and the viewers with her impressive abilities on the course. The actress also completed a handful of courses with the help of some pros from the hit reality TV show.

“Dancing With the Stars” pro Derek Hough also participated in the special edition of “American Ninja Warrior.” The 32-year-old professional dancer flexed his biceps after successfully reaching the top of one of the courses. Unfortunately, just like Amell, Hough also fell into the water at one point.

Meanwhile, “American Ninja Warrior” premiered on G4 network on Dec. 12, 2009. The reality TV show aired on the network until 2013 and then moved to NBC on 2012 and has aired there since. New episodes of “American Ninja Warrior” are set to be released starting June 12 at 8 p.m. EDT.