Colton Haynes Dies his Hair Platinum Blonde and “Arrow” Co-Star Stephen Amell Supports him on Coming Out

The star known best for his portrayal of Jackson Whittemore on MTV’s “Teen Wolf” alongside Tyler Posey and Dylan O’Brien and also for his portrayal of Roy Harper, also known as, Arsenal, on The CW’s show “Arrow” alongside Stephen Amell, Colton Haynes has made news on two occasions lately.

Having modeled for Abercrombie and Fitch and being enormously and widely admired for his striking good looks, Haynes has easily become a Hollywood heartthrob and dreamboat.

The actor and model has joined celebrities like Raven-Symone, Matt Bomer, Neil Patrick Harris, Jane Lynch, Ellen DeGeneres, Ellen Page, and more, as openly gay. He came out of the closet in recent weeks in a television interview. Haynes’ “Arrow” co-star, Stephen Amell, made his support for Colton Haynes obvious in an E! News interview and said he is “very, very happy” for him. He expressed his excitement and hinted to Colton’s own excitement about this and the bonding they shared in being brought closer together. Sources say Colton feels genuinely happy now, I can imagine! I am so happy for Colton and feel like he has gained so much ground and momentum to set him up to be a more open and expressive person.

Other than this, the star also made news on Thursday, also joining a long line of celebrities, including Justin Bieber, Adam Levine, and more currently, Emma Stone, by dying his hair platinum blonde. He posted a video of himself as a platinum blonde on Instagram. This definitely shows how he is finding avenues to be his awesome self.

Colton Haynes with his platinum blonde hair.

Haynes’ co-star, Stephen Amell.

 

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