Tracy Ifeachor
“The Originals” alum Tracy Ifeachor will play the role of Kuasa in Season 3 of “Legends of Tomorrow.” Pictured: Ifeachor attends People’s “Ones to Watch” at E.P. & L.P. on Oct. 13, 2016 in Hollywood, California. Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images

“The Originals” alum Tracy Ifeachor has been cast in Season 3 of “Legends of Tomorrow.”

According to Entertainment Weekly, Ifeachor will play the role of Kuasa, Amaya’s (Maisie Richardson-Sellers) granddaughter and Mari McCabe’s (Megalyn Echikunwoke) elder sister. Ifeachor appears in the 2017 San Diego Comic-Con trailer for Season 3 of the CW series. But it’s only today that Ifeachor’s role has been confirmed.

Kuasa made her first appearance in the Arrowverse in the series premiere of the CW Seed animated series “Vixen,” where the character was voiced by Anika Noni Rose. Kuasa was named the guardian of the Anansi Totem when she was 4. But after local warlord Eshu attacked her home village of Zambesi, her mother fled with her baby sister, Mari, and the totem. Kuasa tried to get the totem back from Mari and essentially became a villain. Kuasa, however, ultimately met her demise while fighting alongside her sister and Ray Palmer (Brandon Routh) — a moment that will hopefully be addressed on “Legends of Tomorrow.”

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Ifeachor, whose acting credits also include ABC’s “Quantico” and NBC’s “Crossbones,” is the latest addition to Season 3 of “Legends of Tomorrow.” She joins previously announced new cast members Tala Ashe (“American Odyssey”) and Billy Zane (“Titanic”).

Ashe will play Zari Adrianna Tomaz, a Muslim-American computer geek who hails from the year 2030. According to the character description, Zari lives in a world of contradictions. While technology has brought about incredible change in her future, human nature hasn’t kept up. With too much fear and prejudice in the world and lack of care for the planet, Zari decides to become a grey hat hacktivist. As Zari lives a double life, she is clueless that she has hidden powers derived from an ancient, mystical source.

For his part, Zane was tapped to play P.T. Barnum, the founder of Barnum & Bailey Circus. “Obviously, we couldn’t resist putting Victor Garber and Billy Zane back on screen for the first time since the ‘Titanic,’” executive producer Phil Klemmer told Entertainment Weekly when announcing news of Zane’s casting. “But I’ve wanted to bring Billy onto ‘Legends’ every since I saw him in a friend’s comedy pilot. I’m not sure that people know how funny Billy is, although we cast him as P.T. Barnum because we knew that he would be able to find the soul beneath the larger-than-life showman.”

“Legends of Tomorrow” Season 3 will premiere on Tuesday, Oct. 10 at 9 p.m. EST on The CW.