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The STAR labs biologist has had to endure losing her beloved fiancée, Ronnie Raymond (Robbie Amell), twice.
First, he was vaporised in the particle accelerator explosion in season one.
Caitlin then shared a brief romance with forensic scientist, Julian Albert (Tom Felton), but that finished after her metahuman alter ego, Killer Frost. Snow will focusing on herself in season five and won’t be looking for love.
There had been rumours that there could be a romantic spark between Caitlin and Ralph Dibny (Hartley Sawyer), yet they were put to bed during a roundtable discussion at San Diego Comic-Con.”People always thought it was going to be a romance because every year Caitlin dates the new white guy on the show," Sawyer told Digital Spy.
In 2002, Panabaker appeared in CBS’ sitcom Family Affair for her role as Parker Lee Ann Aldays in just a single episode entitled “Ballroom Blitz”.
Caitlin Snow (played by Danielle Panabaker) hasn’t had the most straightforward love life ever.
She graduated from high school at the age of 14 as valedictorian.
Caitlin Snow (Danielle Panabaker) seems to have the worst luck of anyone in Central City. Her first boyfriend, Ronnie Raymond, is thought vaporized in the same accident that gives Barry Allen his speed powers. Then he turns up alive, and as one half of the Firestorm matrix…to seemingly die all over again on his and Caitlin’s wedding day. Then in season two of the show, Caitlin tried to heal her broken heart and get back into the dating world, and fell for a hunky dude from a parallel Earth named Jay Garrick (Teddy Sears). SPOILERS for season two, but it turned out that Jay Garrick wasn’t really Jay Garrick at all, but a serial killer named Hunter Zolomon who went by the name Zoom. Kay Panabaker is a former actress, who came to prominence with roles such as Debbie Berwick in the TV series “Phil of the Future” (2004-2005), then as Jenny Garrison in the film “Fame” (2009), and as Daphne Powell in the TV series “No Ordinary Family” (2010-2011), before she decided to step down from acting and focus on other matters.