b336a53425 By July 2016, he signed a deal that allows him to continue being a series regular on Arrow as well as the other superhero shows produced by Greg Berlanti, including The Flash and Legends of Tomorrow.. Retrieved 5 December 2013. See also: Lowry, Brian (20 July 2009). On a post-final party video posted at Andrew Lloyd Webber's website, Barrowman commented "The West End had need of Lee Mead". The show searched for a new, unknown actor to play the role of Joseph in a West End revival of the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, eventually choosing Lee Mead. He guested on the BBC Two comedy panel quiz show Never Mind the Buzzcocks (Series 19, Episode 5), challenging host Simon Amstell to a "gay-off". "Alongside Ruby Wax, John will co-host the red carpet arrivals for the BAFTA Film Awards on E! Entertainment Channel on 11 February, also to be shown in the United States and other countries ^ JohnBarrowman.com Webmaster (12 January 2007). "I don't want to be liked.
John Barrowman Official Site News. According to writer Joanna Bober, in Titans, Barrowman plays a "ruthless mogul" who gains "control of the family's private aviation company (a fleet of 'Titans') from his semi-retired father" while increasing the profitability of the company amidst a series of soap opera intrigues. Titans was cancelled after airing eleven episodes. Community Care (1751): 18. Eventually, he convinced the company to move him to work in the storeroom.. "He's delightful, he's delicious: De-Lovely's John Barrowman on singing Cole Porter and flashing his bum". His musical abilities are featured in several film roles: as Jack in the Cole Porter biopic De-Lovely (2004), singing a duet with Kevin Kline on the song "Night and Day"; and as the lead tenor Stormtrooper in The Producers (2005), singing "Springtime for Hitler". On 27 July 2007, Barrowman guest hosted The Friday Night Project, on Channel 4. In 2008 Barrowman presented a primetime BBC game show called The Kids Are All Right. ^ "Torchwood star's civil ceremony". ^ "Doctor Who star exits Dancing on Ice". He also participated in a Doctor Who special on the BBC's The Weakest Link. In 2008, Barrowman appeared in the two-part 2008 series finale, "The Stolen Earth"/"Journey's End" and reprised the role of Captain Jack Harkness in the "Doctor Who: Tonight's the Night" special. In 2010, Barrowman returned to Doctor Who with a cameo in The End of Time along with other previous stars.