At 35 years old, Colton Haynes has this physical status:
Haynes began his career as a model at the age of fifteen in New York City, New York. He subsequently appeared in a Bruce Weber photo shoot for Abercrombie & Fitch. Afterward, Haynes began modeling in campaigns for Kira Plastinina, J. C. Penney, and Ralph Lauren. In 2008, Haynes continued modeling in campaigns such as Verizon and also appeared in numerous magazine editorials such as Teen Vogue and Arena.
He made an uncredited appearance in the 2007 blockbuster Transformers. He also appeared on CSI: Miami and The Hills. In addition to guest roles, in April 2007, Haynes acted in My Chemical Romance's music video for their single "I Don't Love You", directed by Marc Webb. Later that year, Haynes auditioned for the role of Edward Cullen in the film version of Stephenie Meyer's young adult novel Twilight, but Robert Pattinson was cast instead.
In 2008, he appeared on the television series Privileged and Pushing Daisies. He played Scott Holland in the Hallmark Channel film Always and Forever. Filming began in December 2008, and the film was released to television on October 24, 2009. It was announced in 2009 that Haynes had won the role of Shane in the Showtime series Look, based on the 2007 film of the same name. "I play a 17-year-old asshole. The show is very racy with lots of nudity, sex, drugs and real-life experiences that will shock audiences," Haynes said in an interview. The show premiered in 2010 and was cancelled after its first season. In March 2010, filming began for the ABC television series The Gates, in which Haynes portrays Brett Crezski, a jock who begins to turn into a werewolf. The series premiered on June 20, 2010. The short-lived show was cancelled after its first season.
Haynes landed the role of Jackson Whittemore in the 2011 MTV series Teen Wolf, based on the 1985 film of the same name. In October 2012, Haynes revealed he was leaving the show after two seasons, stating "I'm sad that this chapter has ended, but excited for a new one to begin." Beginning in 2012, he was a recurring member on The CW's Arrow, playing Roy Harper, a street thug who idolizes the Arrow and later becomes his protégé, Arsenal. Haynes was upgraded to series regular status on Arrow for season two. Haynes left the series at the end of season three, but made a guest appearance in the season four episode "Unchained".
In September 2012, he appeared in Leona Lewis's music video "Trouble", playing the part of her boyfriend. In July 2013, he starred in Victoria Justice's music video "Gold". Haynes began foraying further into the music industry that same year by covering a song, "19 You+Me", with New Heights, before releasing a single with Travis-Atreo called "Baby It's Christmas". In December 2014, he also made a cameo appearance in Andy Grammer's music video "Honey, I'm Good".
In 2014, Haynes returned to his modeling roots by participating in Abercrombie & Fitch's "Making of a Star" campaign.
Haynes' first credited feature film role was in the 2015 film San Andreas. He followed San Andreas with a role in the comedy Rough Night, released in mid-2017. Haynes featured in the 2018 film Bigger as Jack LaLanne, reuniting with Teen Wolf co-star Tyler Hoechlin. In June 2017, Haynes joined the cast of American Horror Story: Cult. Later that year, Haynes rejoined Arrow, reprising his role as Roy Harper in the sixth season of the show in a guest capacity. In April 2018, it was announced that Haynes had signed to return as a series regular on the seventh season of Arrow. In August 2019, he confirmed he would not return as a regular for Arrow's eighth and final season, but added that Roy is "never gone for too long". Two months later, it was announced that Haynes would appear in a recurring role in the final season.
In 2022, Haynes released a memoir, Miss Memory Lane. Elton John described it as a "brutally honest memoir that socks you in the gut with its candor. Colton Haynes is a true survivor and shows us how conquering our demons in life is a never-ending journey."
The Hales and Argents have a complicated Teen Wolf history: The Argents hunt werewolves, and the Hales are, well, lycanthropes. And when the Beacon Hills supernaturals return in the upcoming Paramount+ film premiering on January 26, a member from each clan is about to clash. In the BHHS locker room, of all places.
The Teen Wolf panel -- featuring a conversation between writer and executive producer Jeff Davis and cast members Tyler Posey, Holland Roden, Shelley Hennig, Crystal Reed, Colton Haynes, Vince Mattis, Khylin Rhambo, Amy Workman and Dylan Sprayberry --- just unveiled a brand-new clip from the highly anticipated movie at New York Comic Con 2022. The sneak peek reveals Derek Hale comforting his boy Eli after a difficult lacrosse game (a familiar #11 is on the teen's jersey!). But the father-son duo is quickly interrupted -- and soon enough, the blue eyes are glowing and the arrows are flying.
Colton Haynes and Jeff Leatham‘s divorce is back on following their failed reconciliation. According to The Blast on Tuesday, on December 13, the celebrity florist filed court documents which revealed he handed over financial information to the Arrow actor. Related: Colton Haynes SLAMS Paparazzi For Following His Ill Mother To Her House! This basically means Leatham is moving forward with the split after seven months of inactivity. After the two got married in October 2017, Haynes filed for divorce in May 2018 citing irreconcilable differences. As we reported, in October of this year, the two celebrated their one-year wedding anniversary despite their legal drama. [Image via Jeff Leatham/Instagram.]
Looks like Colton Haynes and his husband Jeff Leatham are very much back on after some time apart, and celebrating their one year wedding anniversary with some very cute Instagram photos! The couple called it splits in May after only a few months of married life, and have kept things on the DL lately, apparently while they mended their marriage. Related: Colton Officially Files For Divorce From Jeff After IG Unfollow See the sweet anniversary posts from the duo (posted Saturday) below!! https://www.instagram.com/p/Bpc7pUABSSJ/?taken-by=coltonlhaynes https://www.instagram.com/p/Bpc7oJrn68p/?taken-by=jeffleatham So happy these former flames have reignited things!! [Image via Jeff Leatham/Instagram.]
Colton Haynes is making it official. On Tuesday, TMZ revealed the actor has filed for divorce from his husband of six months, Jeff Leatham. Related: Jana Kramer Opens Up About Husband’s Infidelity As you know, the couple’s split became public last week after fans discovered they started unfollowing each other on Instagram, causing mass speculation as to what led to their breakup in the first place. While there has not been confirmation on that end, it seems like there’s no turning back for the former flames now. Sad! [Image via Instagram.]