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", "Unworthy of Your Love", "Back in Business", "It's Hot Up Here", "Live Alone and Like It", "Marry Me a Little", "Not Getting Married Today", "Being Alive", "Finale/Old Friends") [about Jack Harkness] I've kind of made Jack a hero that I would like to have looked up to as a little boy because as a little boy, I knew I was gay but I didn't know what it was.
The 34-year-old actor joined on-screen love Emily Bett Rickards, as well as John Barrowman, Willa Holland, David Ramsey, Paul Blackthorne, and Echo Kellum for the panel after an autograph signing earlier in the afternoon.
In December 2010, John returned to his Scottish roots for his sixth panto outing, reprising the role of Aladdin at the Clyde Auditorium in Glasgow.
John has since returned to Glasgow for the 2011-12 pantomime season to star as Robinson Crusoe in comics for DC Arrow, Legends of Tomorrow, Torchwood, Doctor Who, Captan Jack Harkness, and Malcolm Merlyn John Barrowman will be appearing at Awesome Con on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
But when it comes down that it's not being done because of people's egos, I find that really difficult."There's a lot of politics involved, and the people that are close to it, I think would love to see it done, but there's just certain egos in the path that are standing in the way.
That's all I'll say."While Torchwood may not be returning to television screens any time soon, Peter Capaldi recently appeared to let slip Doctor who's return date.
He sings, he dances, he acts, he presents, he judges – he is a unique talent in the entertainment industry on both sides of the Atlantic.
Born on 11 March 1967 in Glasgow, where he spent his early years, John moved with his family to Illinois in the United States and later studied Musical Theatre at the US International University in San Diego, California.
In 1989, while in the UK to study Shakespeare as part of his university course, he landed his first professional role, starring as Billy Crocker opposite Elaine Paige in the Cole Porter musical at the Donmar Warehouse garnered John an Olivier Award nomination as “Best Actor in a Musical”, and in 2002 he returned to the role of Billy Crocker for the hugely successful National Theatre revival of , performing to full houses for nine weeks in 2009.
Furthermore, he has a special deal in place with the producers of his show Arrow so that he can return at any point.
When asked if he would return to the BBC series, John exclaimed: "The answer is always absolutely.