Actor David Haydn Jones has made a Rock/Country Single titled Makin’ Bacon with the proceeds to benefit a charity that is close to his heart, The Alzheimer Foundation of America.
Before fighting crowds of Black Friday holiday shoppers, Supernatural viewers sat down after their Thanksgiving feast to watch Sam and Dean fight evil. And they got a few surprises.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Fall but don’t worry, if you like winter and the holidays, Jack Frost will soon be nipping at your nose and knocking on your door for some chestnuts roasting on an open fire.
Actor David Haydn Jones has designed a t-shirt with the proceeds to benefit a charity that is close to his heart, The Alzheimer Foundation of America. He explains how the design came about, showing that social media can bridge a gap and help people come together.
Are you ready for a reunion of Supernatural ‘s British Men of Letters Mick Davies and Arthur Ketch?
Whether or not viewers were fans of the British Men of Letters story line in Supernatural’s Season 12, there’s no denying that David Haydn-Jones who played Arthur Ketch was well received. He took a villainous character who was an adversary to Sam and Dean Winchester (Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles) and made him into something more. Viewers were intrigued, we wanted to know what was behind the debonair British charm…what made Arthur Ketch tick? I know we all had questions. Sadly, we’ll never get all the answers.
The Nerdy Girl Express thanks David Haydn-Jones for being so kind and generous to allow us to share his thoughts on Ketch following the character’s demise at the hands of Mary Winchester (Samantha Smith) in the preseason finale episode “Who We Are.” Read on to find out what David Haydn-Jones thought about Arthur Ketch, his feelings for Mary and more.
In the battle of The Best CW Villains Who You Hate To Love Or Love To Hate, the viewers have spoken: Supernatural’s Mr. Ketch is the winner!
He served up murder the way a five-star restaurant serves up fine cuisine. For the man who pledged his allegiance to the British Men of Letters (BMOL) an organization that vowed to rid the world of monsters, which was scarier: The monsters or Arthur Ketch?
“Demons I get. People are crazy.”
Dean Winchester, “The Benders”
In Season 12, The CW’s Supernatural introduced us to the elusive Mr. Arthur Ketch, a suave, yet dangerous operative with the British Men of Letters (BMOL). Mr. Ketch was the person who the BMOL called whenever a situation got out of hand. Ketch is the eliminator of problems and is relied upon to make sure difficulties are dealt with i.e. oftentimes, this means permanently removing a person by killing them. But Arthur Ketch is more than a gun for hire. He’s a complicated man who viewers are slowly starting to get to know. Ketch believes in honor and follows the BMOL’s twisted code without question.
Actor David Haydn-Jones portrays Arthur Ketch to perfection. And in a short time, Haydn-Jones has endeared himself to Supernatural fans. He has taken Ketch and made him more than a villain and foil for Sam and Dean Winchester. Here is a layered character and through David Haydn-Jones’ acting talents, we look forward to peeling back these layers.
Haydn-Jones took time from his busy Supernatural shooting schedule to answer The Nerdy Girl Express’ questions on his fascinating character. Read on to find out what he had to say.