Colton Haynes young
July 13, 1988
5 ft 9 in | 175 cm
69 kg | 152 pounds
43 in | 109 cm
9 US | 41 EU
29 in | 74 cm
Colton Lee Haynes was born in Andale, Kansas, United States on July 13, 1988 is an American actor and model. Young Colton Haynes began his career as an model in New York City. He booked his first modelling job in a Bruce Weber photoshoot for Abercrombie & Fitch. He made his big screen debut in science fiction action movie Transformers (2007) in uncredited role as Cafe kid. Colton's breakthrough role came as Jackson Whittemore in supernatural drama TV series Teen Wolf (2011-2012).
He played Joby O'Leary, Los Angeles Fire Department helicopter-rescue pilot in disaster movie San Andreas (2015) in his first big screen credited role, opposite Dwayne Johnson.
He portrayed superhero Roy Harper/Arsenal in television series Arrow, since 2013.
Rough Night (2017) comedy in role as Scotty McBody with Scarlett Johansson and Zoë Kravitz.
Bigger (2018) drama in role as Jack Lalanne opposite Victoria Justice and Julianne Hough
He was discovered at age 15 by model scout in New York City.
He dated Venezuelan actress Electra Avellan (2007-2008) and American actress Holland Roden (2011-2012).
He married American writer Jeff Leatham in 2017.
He appeared in Leona Lewis's music video "Trouble" (2012) and in Victoria Justice's music video "Gold" (2013).
He featured in advertising campaigns for Ralph Lauren, J. C. Penney, Diesel and Abercrombie & Fitch.
He is a big Taylor Swift fan.
I used to do a lot of yoga, but I tend to lose a lot of weight when I do that.
I think doing 'Teen Wolf' is just giving me a really great opportunity to possibly get other jobs and show what I can do.
Unfortunately, diet is 75 or 80 percent of trying to get in shape, so you do have to try to cut the carbs. The diet's a huge part! I'm from Kansas, so I love ranch dressing and McDonald's. When I'm working, I have to stay away from all that!
There are so many talented young actors in the industry. I'm just happy to have a job!
I remember my teens like they were yesterday! This was my 2nd time shooting for a Vogue (lol that sounds so funny saying it like that) and I remember laughing cause the next day I had a shoot for ROSS. Those early days really helped me get comfortable in front of the camera cause coming from a small town, I had no idea what the hell I was doing.