Blythe Ann Workman is a recurring character in the sixth season. She is portrayed by Karen Holness and debuts in "The Children of Gabriel".

She lives in Sanctum and is the mother of Delilah Workman.

Early Life Edit

She was born into Sanctum with red blood and later became a tavern owner. Her daughter, Delilah, is born with black blood, making her a host.

Throughout the Series Edit

In The Children of Gabriel she, Jae, and Delilah bring Clarke Griffin, Abby Griffin, Bellamy Blake, Octavia Blake, Raven Reyes, John Murphy, Jordan Green, Echo, Nathan Miller, Eric Jackson, and Emori some food and drinks to where they were being held. She attempts to stop her daughter, Delilah from telling Jordan about the drink Jae gave him.

In The Face Behind the Glass, she is seen working to get things ready for Naming Day, she notices Raven Reyes looking at Priya I's picture on the wall and Blythe Ann tells Raven who she is. Raven asks about the motorcycle in the picture and Blythe Ann tells they still have motorcycles. Raven attempts to ask Blythe Ann where the garage is, but she gets distracted by a boy named Josiah and assists him.

Later, Blythe Ann is seen hugging Delilah before she's turned into Priya VII.

In The Gospel of Josephine, she informs Bellamy and John of Rose's funeral service.

Personality Edit

She is a kind, but cautious woman. She is also a caring mother.

Physical Appearance Edit

She has brown skin, black hair with grey/blonde streaks.

Relationships Edit

Jae Edit

Blythe Ann seems close to Jae. They both work at the tavern. At the opening ceremony for Delilah's Naming Day, they stand together with arms linked. It is unclear if their relationship is romantic. They also hugged when Russell Lightbourne said to forgive your friends and neighbors of their wrongs.

Appearances Edit

Season Six
Episode Appearance Status
Red Sun RisingAbsent
The Children of GabrielAppears
The Face Behind the GlassAppears
The Gospel of JosephineAppears
Memento MoriAbsent
The Old Man and the AnomalyTBD
What You Take With YouTBD

Killed Victims Edit

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Notes and Trivia Edit

  • She is presumably named after Blythe Ann Johnson, who is a writer's assistant on the show.

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