But if you’re going to do a story set in the DC Universe version of the Old West, you simply MUST include Jonah Hex in it.We’re thrilled about bringing another well known, beloved DC character to television.” “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow” stars Victor Garber, Brandon Routh, Wentworth Miller, Caity Lotz, Arthur Darvill, Ciara Renée, Franz Drameh, Dominic Purcell and Falk Hentschel. in association with Berlanti Productions and Warner Bros.Schaech has written co-written a number of screenplays with Richard Chizmar, including Heroes (2002), Road House 2 (Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, 2006), based on a story by Miles Chapman, Masters of Horror The Washingtonians (Showtime, 2007), based on a story by Bentley Little and The Poker Club, based on the story by Ed Gorman.Schaech and Chizmar have also co-written screenplays based on stories by Peter Crowther: Fear Itself: Eater (NBC/AXN Sci Fi, 2009); Lewis Shiner: Fear Itself: The Circle (NBC/AXN Sci Fi, 2009); and Stephen King: From A Buick 8 (in production 2009) and Black House (in production 2009).Two years later, the comedian revealed her sexual orientation in a historic Time cover story.That same year, her character on the comedy Ellen also came out as gay."I was [supposed] to perform in her coming out episode but I ran the marathon and couldn't walk the next day, the network fired me cause they thought I was lame," Schaech added.When you have someone you love in your life that is gay or a lesbian it’s very clear that they deserve the same rights as anyone else. "If you don’t love ELLEN now — you don’t watch her show.She’s a great example for the human race."Schaech and De Generes memorably held hands and posed for red carpet photos together at the 1995 Screen Actors Guild Awards.
"Jana and I had a wedding, but we were never married.
Johnathon Schaech isn't afraid to walk down memory lane.
In a Reddit Ask Me Anything on Monday, April 4, the Legends of Tomorrow actor responded to rumors that he once dated Ellen De Generes.
Television, with executive producers Greg Berlanti, Marc Guggenheim, Andrew Kreisberg and Sarah Schechter.
The series premieres Thursday, January 21 at 8 p.m. Schaech is repped by APA and RMS Productions and Management.