While the notion of ending at 300 episodes has been tossed out, the stars are open to keep saving people, hunting things and continuing the family business as long as it still makes them happy. As Ackles explains, "I feel like if I ever show up to set and I feel like I don't care, or if I feel like [Padalecki] doesn't care, then that's the canary leaving the mine.To this day, I have not really ever sensed that from myself or him. They're paying us to bring that little bit of magic to what they wrote, and I still feel that magic today.Ackles departed Days of our Lives in 2000 and went on to appear in the mini-series Blonde, about the life of Marilyn Monroe.He also auditioned for the role of the young Clark Kent on Smallville, a role offered to actor Tom Welling instead. But as they head into their 12th season, the stars of the long-running drama are beginning to think more seriously about saying goodbye for good.With 241 episodes already completed, Ackles and Padalecki are currently focused on making it to the milestone 300th episode, with the future of the series up in the air beyond that point.But there is only one problem Jensen is straight..so Jared thinks. Who was most likely going to be playing Jensen’s younger brother. And fuck if that didn’t make Jensen just want him that much more. He just wants to graduate college and wither away into the background like everyone else in peace. The deal isn't everything he thought it would be and soon he has to make a choice: live in this new reality or hold onto the past and memories that he treasures the most?
In the photo, the Supernatural hunk, 39, lounges on the couch with one twin on each side of him on printed poofs.
Jensen Ross Ackles (born March 1, 1978) is an American actor and director.
He is known for his roles in television as Eric Brady in Days of Our Lives, which earned him several Daytime Emmy Award nominations, as well as Alec/X5-494 in Dark Angel and Jason Teague in Smallville.
He also starred as the lead in the box office success My Bloody Valentine 3D and portrayed Jason Todd in the popular animated film Batman: Under the Red Hood.
Ackles currently stars as Dean Winchester on the CW series Supernatural. Ackles had planned to study sports medicine at Texas Tech University and to become a physical therapist, but instead moved to Los Angeles to start his acting career.