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Hunky CW superhero Stephen Amell stopped by "Chelsea Lately" Tuesday (Nov. 5), where the "Arrow" star talks about being a new parent, getting hit on by men and the winery he started with friend Andrew Harding called Nocking Point Wines.
On his new baby: "It's awesome. You take them home, make sure they're fed, sleep, changed, this parenting stuff is easy. [laughs]."
On getting hit on by gay men, because he has been on a lot of gay TV shows: "People can hit on me if they want to."
On "Dante's Cove": "That was an all-gay soap opera where I was the villain because I was the straight character. Then I couldn't do the second season and in the second season, my character went from not gay to really, really, really gay."
On being a spin instructor: "A guy in Toronto named Al Green ... trained me," to which Chelsea cracks, "Al Green, »
You may not recognize this Hollywood hunk from this old-school photo he recently tweeted. Now he’s all grown-up ... and seriously buff.Yup, it's Stephen Amell of "Arrow" fame. Stephen, a Canada native, got his start starring on gay (as in Lgbt) TV shows "Dante's Cove" and "Queer as Folk" before appearing in a slew of CW dramas like "Vampire Diaries" and "90210." Last year, he was tapped to play the superhero archer in his own series.Stephen has been approached to play Christian Grey in the big-screen adaptation of "50 Shades of Grey," which could solidify him as a superstar.But judging by his insane good looks and body, we're sure he already has a huge following.Click on the "Launch Gallery" above to see more stars before they were famous. Read more »
- tooFab Staff
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