Colton Haynes (Jackson) has confirmed he is engaged to boyfriend-turned-fiancé Jeff Leatham on his instagram;
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Teen Wolf’s Colton Haynes received the Human Rights Campaign’s Visibility Award at the group’s 17th annual gala this weekend (Saturday, August 27th);
The Teen Wolf star is being honored for the way he “has inspired countless LGBTq young people across the country and around the world to live their lives as their authentic selves,” said HRC President Chad Griffin in a statement.
“By simply being open about who he is, Haynes is helping to break down barriers and tear down closet doors,” added Griffin.
Haynes recently came out publicly as gay in an interview with Entertainment Weekly.
“People who are so judgmental about those who are gay or different don’t realize that acting 24 hours a day is the most exhausting thing in the world,” Haynes said in the interview.
The HRC gala took at the Seattle Sheraton on Saturday and included an auction to raise funds for LGBTQ causes.
Colton Haynes has just confirmed he’ll be joining the cast of Scream Queens;
Teen Wolf (and Arrow)’s Colton Haynes is making a name for himself, that’s for sure. He clothing line is now becoming more and more real;
Here at Zap2it, we could not be more excited to hear the news that “Teen Wolf” alum Tyler Hoechlin will be playing Kara’s (Melissa Benoist) super famous cousin, Clark Kent (a.k.a Superman) on the upcoming season of “Supergirl.” It’s even more awesome that his cameo will take place on “Supergirl’s” new home, The CW.
So far, executive producer Andrew Kreisberg has said Superman will only appear in the first two episodes of “Supergirl’s” new season, but the opportunity for more Man of Steel is always possible.
We’re particularly interested to see if Hoechlin might return to help his on-screen cousin in December, when The CW typically has its epic DC series crossover event with “The Flash,” “Arrow” and “Legends of Tomorrow.” If so, fans might be treated to more than one crossover reunion when these worlds collide.
“Arrow” fans may remember that this is not the first time The CW has snagged a “Teen Wolf” actor for one of their super series. Colton Haynes, who plays Oliver’s currently-absent sidekick Roy Harper, was part of the original “Teen Wolf” cast too, before moving on from the show.
Haynes has departed “Arrow” since then, only appearing to reprise his role as Roy once in Season 4. However, the actor has already confirmed he’ll be back for a number of episodes in Season 5, which presents an interesting possibility.
Could Superman and Arsenal manage to meet up in this superhero saga? And if so, will “Teen Wolf” fans get a nod to their shared history?
Hoechlin and Haynes have not worked together since their days on “Teen Wolf,” but it would be a nice treat to see them together again as their alter-egos, even if we’ll always fondly remember them as Derek Hale and Jackson Whittemore.
The stars really do have to align in an unlikely fashion for this “Teen Wolf” dream to come true, but we’ll be holding out hope until we can’t hold out any longer.
Yup! It’s official! Teen Wolf’s (and Arrow’s) Colton Haynes (Jackson Whittemore) will attend ARC Con (an event by KLZ Events) in Brussels later this month. Here are the details;
KLZ Events lands in Belgium with its first edition of ARC Con, the first KLZ Events convention with guests from TV shows ‘The Flash’ and ‘Arrow’ on June 25th and 26th 2016 in Brussels, Belgium that will be held at The Egg Gallery!
Colton Haynes will be joined by (co)-stars Rick Cosnett, Manu Bennett, Shantel VanSanten and Katie Cassidy.
Colton Haynes is now best known for his role as Roy Harper on Arrow, but he once played Jackson on Teen Wolf. I’d like to say that I am very, very proud of Colton for opening up about his personal life and how it affected him. <3 We love you, Colton! Colton sat down with EW.com to discuss life after Arrow, his health, career and personal life;
If you don’t know Colton Haynes by name – and he’d be the first person to bashfully tell you, you probably don’t – you at least know the 27-year-old actor by his familiar Hollywood fable: farm boy turned New York model turned aspiring Los Angeles actor, a paragon of the digital age of the Instagrammable hunk, a slab of innocent Kansas marble sculpted by MTV and polished by The CW.
He’s a teen heartthrob and a fast-rising one at that, thanks to two major roles: His life-changing debut in 2011 as slithering jock Jackson Whittemore on MTV’s runaway hit Teen Wolf, and his series regular gig on The CW’s Arrow as hooded vigilante Arsenal. Both roles made him digital teen royalty, bolstered by Haynes’ decided effort to embrace and interact with fans and his eccentric social media savviness (somewhere to the tune of some 4-million Instagram followers).
So why, then, would a rising prince of teen genre walk away from two red-hot TV gigs – arguably at their own peaks, and on the cusp of his own – and all but abdicate the throne?
“I asked to step away because I cared more about my mental and physical health than my career at the time,” the actor tells EW, opening up about his personal and professional life for the first time in quite some time. “I’ve had terminal anxiety my entire life. Physically ill, fainting. I’m 27 years old, and I have an ulcer. I had to step back.” Clinical anxiety and public pressure are a potent mix, but their effects may be worse for someone like Haynes – a gentle spirit in a threatening (or so he’s been told by many a casting director) build, someone who lost control of his own personal narrative somewhere along the way between Kansas and California.
Social media afforded a temporary way to maintain his public voice after his departure from Arrow in 2015, and Haynes frequently made minor news over the year for his off-kilter Instagram posts (like his photo shoots with photographer Tyler Shields or his now-famous Halloween costumes). He laughs about the strange themes of his social media decisions. “People think there’s this working machine behind it all, but the machine is my weird personality,” he chuckles. “I think I have a good outlook on life, and I like to share that. There’s no filter. I mean, a couple of Instagram filters, but not an actual communication filter.”
But while social media has helped his career, it’s also gotten him into some trouble. Case in point: A Tumblr post in January sparked an Internet firestorm after a fan commented on Haynes’ “secret gay past,”regarding racy modeling photos Haynes took while underage. Without giving it much thought, Haynes offered a coy reply: “Was it a secret?” The comment was picked up by bloggers as his coming out – but it wasn’t. Not yet.
“It was a complete shock. I wasn’t ready to be back in the headlines,” says Haynes, who is in fact gay but has never publicly addressed his sexuality (and, like many others on his path, took advice early in his career to subdue it). “I should have made a comment or a statement, but I just wasn’t ready. I didn’t feel like I owed anyone anything. I think in due time, everyone has to make those decisions when they’re ready, and I wasn’t yet. But I felt like I was letting people down by not coming forward with the rest of what I should have said.” The headlines about Haynes turned vitriolic in the absence of an announcement, but he was in no place to make one: He had checked into rehab for anxiety and would be frequently back in the hospital over the next three months.
“People want you to be that GQ image that you put out, but people don’t realize what it’s like to act 24 hours a day. I’d go home and I was still acting,” he says gently. “People who are so judgmental about those who are gay or different don’t realize that acting 24 hours a day is the most exhausting thing in the world.” The truth is, Haynes has been out for most of his life – in high school, to his family and friends, to his cast members, to his Hollywood bosses (like Arrow creator Greg Berlanti, now one of his closest mentors). But as a green transplant in Hollywood in 2006, he wasn’t any more immune to the town’s well-chronicled discomfort with LGBT identity.
Now, however, there’s a palpable energy around him, a positivity that gushes from a 27-year-old eager to start not just a new chapter, but perhaps a new book. He’s setting his eye on movies, on comedy, on theater and photography and music – all passions he’s keen to explore as a version nothing less than himself. He’s even returning to his fashion roots and starting his first clothing line for men and women. (And sure, he’s also up for a return to Arrow, should the show bring his character out of hiding: “Working for Greg was the greatest experience of my life, and when he offered me Arrow, it was a new beginning for me. I would love to do more. They know I love them. I’d go back in a second.”)
If his cyber clash with his own identity earlier this year forced him to take stock of his life, its after-effects are now on the positive upswing. “It took me so long to get to this point, but I’m doing so good,” says Haynes. “I’m happier than I’ve ever been, and healthier than I’ve ever been, and that’s what I care about.”
For the full profile on Colton Haynes, pick up this week’s issue of Entertainment Weekly.
Colton Haynes, who played Jackson on Teen Wolf, opens up about intense anxiety, Colton may not be a part of Teen Wolf at this moment, I still want visitors to know that the struggle really IS real, and I respect Colton and every other human being for putting it on the worldwide web;
Colton Haynes has a message for anyone suffering from anxiety: You are not alone.
After sharing an article from Upvoted on the relationship between anxiety and social status, the Arrow and Teen Wolf actor opened up about his own struggle with “intense anxiety” in a series of tweets late Tuesday night.
“It’s been a constant struggle for me since 5th grade,” Haynes wrote. “It’s a battle.”
Haynes revealed that his anxiety has affected not only his health — “Whether it be fainting, hyperventilating, or seizures…I’ve been through it” — but his professional and personal relationships. “I’ve quite [sic] jobs because of anxiety,” he tweeted, “flaked on social events, family gatherings, birthdays, important movie/work tests. Its a serious problem.”
But the actor’s ultimate message was one of hope. “We can overcome this,” he encouraged, before urging his followers who do not suffer from anxiety to relate to those who do with understanding. “Be there for those who struggle with anxiety & realize its a serious disorder. Its not a case of ‘being dramatic’…its a life long struggle.”
“Love those suffering,” Haynes concluded.
Sendin love to every single one of you. Your support means more than u can even imagine. We are all human no matter what position we r in.❤️
— Colton Haynes (@ColtonLHaynes) December 3, 2015