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John Barrowman

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A Thousand Years John Barrowman 04:43
I Made It Through the Rain John Barrowman 04:28
So Close (duet with Jodie Prenger) John Barrowman 03:43
All Out Of Love John Barrowman 03:52
I Know Him so Well John Barrowman 04:01
Can't Take My Eyes off You John Barrowman 03:18
You Raise Me Up John Barrowman 05:50
Uptown Girl John Barrowman 02:44
Put a Little Love in Your Heart Darren Criss, Jeremy Jordan, Carlos Valdes, John Barrowman 01:54
What About Us? John Barrowman 03:46

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Biography

Actor, TV presenter, dancer and singer, John Barrowman has had widespread success in various fields, with a recording career that includes numerous musicals and several pop albums. Born in Glasgow, he spent much of his childhood growing up in Joliet, Illinois, USA, where his family moved when he was eight. He excelled at music and the spoken word, appearing in several musical productions, but returned to the UK in 1989 to study Shakespeare (though he retains dual US and UK citizenship). He soon landed a part alongside Elaine Paige in Anything Goes in London's West End and starred in numerous stage musicals through the 1990s. He also became a TV presenter and acted in the TV drama series Hotel Babylon and Desperate Housewives before winning the part of Captain Jack Harkness in Dr Who, a role that resulted in the lead role in the spin-off series Torchwood. Barrowman has also been active in gay rights organisations and, apart from various musical soundtracks, he's recorded three pop albums - Another Side (2007), Music Music Music (2008) and John Barrowman (2010). His autobiography Anything Goes was published in 2008.