Zachary Quinto admits he had 'misgivings' about reprising his stage role for ...

Zachary Quinto has admitted he had hesitations about reprising his role for the film adaptation of The Boys in the Band, as he posed for a debonair shoot with Dujour magazine.

The actor, 43, who originally played Harold in the 2018 Broadway revival of Mart Crowley's 1968 play, admitted he had 'misgivings' about returning to the character but looking back would have been 'bereft' if he'd turned it down.

Zachary joins a star-studded cast including Jim Parsons, Matt Bomer, and Andrew Rannells in The Boys in the Band, which depicts a group of gay friends thrown into turmoil when a closeted acquaintance arrives uninvited to their party.

Suave: Zachary Quinto, 43, has admitted he had hesitations about reprising his role for the film adaptation of The Boys in the Band, as he posed for a debonair shoot with Dujour magazine

Suave: Zachary Quinto, 43, has admitted he had hesitations about reprising his role for the film adaptation of The Boys in the Band, as he posed for a debonair shoot with Dujour magazine

Showcasing his smouldering appearance in the shoot, Zachary posed in an array of smart suits in a sunny landscape, including a white two-piece and navy pinstripes.

The Star Trek star explained he'd fled relocated to New York from at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, but is now living in Los Angeles.

Zachary admitted he originally doubted reprising his role from the Tony Award-winning revival of The Boys in the Band, but is now glad he agreed, after playwright Crowley passed away in March.

Candid: The actor admitted he had 'misgivings' about returning to the character, which he originally played in the 2018 Broadway revival of Mart Crowley's play

Candid: The actor admitted he had 'misgivings' about returning to the character, which he originally played in the 2018 Broadway revival of Mart Crowley's play

Suave: Showcasing his smouldering appearance in the shoot, Zachary posed in an array of smart suits in a sunny landscape, including a white two-piece and navy pinstripes

Suave: Showcasing his smouldering appearance in the shoot, Zachary posed in an array of smart suits in a sunny landscape, including a white two-piece and navy pinstripes

He said: 'I had misgivings about it, but I said yes because of the actors and the collaborative spirit. 

'I would be so bereft had I not said yes. To watch this journey for him and experience it through him and be a part of the ensemble who brought this play to life was so profound for me.'

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