|Real Name||Quentin Larry Lance|
|Current Alias||Quentin Lance|
|Relatives||Dinah Lance (ex-wife)|
Laurel Lance (daughter)
Sara Lance (daughter)
|Affiliation||Starling City Police Department, Team Arrow|
|Base Of Operations||Starling City|
|Occupation||Detective Sergeant; former Officer of the Starling City Police Department|
|Universe||Arrow (TV Series)|
|Creators||Andrew Kreisberg, Marc Guggenheim|
Quentin Lance is a detective for the Starling City Police Department, and the father of Laurel and Sara Lance. When Sara was killed in the Queen's Gambit crash, Quentin was not able to grieve in a healthy manner, and this cost him his marriage. Consequently, he threw himself into his work, growing estranged from Laurel. When Arrow returned to Starling City alive, Quentin was immediately suspicious and resentful. Quentin disapproves of vigilantes, so when "the Hood" begins his crusade against Starling City's corrupt elite, Quentin sets out to capture him. Despite some early signs that he may be seeing the vigilante as a necessary evil, Quentin's obsession with capturing The Hood has apparently intensified to the point that he is willing to use his own daughter as bait.
Powers and AbilitiesEdit
- Quentin Lance is played by the actor Paul Blackthorne.
- Quentin had a drinking problem after his daughter Sara presumably died. 
- 41 Appearances of Quentin Lance (Arrow)
- 4 Images featuring Quentin Lance (Arrow)
- 1 Quotations by or about Quentin Lance (Arrow)
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