Jeremy Jordan as Winn
Jeremy Jordan admitted that he’s “a little bit jealous” of his “Supergirl” co-stars who get to play superheroes on the CW series. The CW

Jeremy Jordan is hoping to play a superhero someday.

In a recent interview with South Florida Gay News, Jordan admitted that he’s a bit jealous of his “Supergirl” co-stars who get to play superheroes on the CW series. “I’d love to play a superhero someday,” he told the news outlet via phone from his Christmas vacation in Texas. “I never get to do any of the green screen (special effects) stuff and I can’t say that I’m not a little bit jealous.”

When asked what superpower he would like to have, Jordan said, “I’d definitely want to fly. You can do so much when you fly. Or maybe I’d want to be able to make money out of thin air. Maybe not that one. It kind of makes me sound cheap.”

Jordan, who plays Winn Schott on “Supergirl,” previously told Teen Vogue that he would also like to have invisibility and healing powers. “Flight or invisibility, those are the two that come to mind as the ultimate super powers that are clearly not possible in the modern-day world. I think I would rather fly, or be immortal,” the 33-year-old actor told the news outlet in 2015. “[Also] maybe healing powers. Maybe that’s just because I hurt my back and I’m limping around, so I’m like, ‘I want super healing powers!’”

In the same year, Jordan said that one of his dreams as an actor is to play a superhero. “Before I got this job (“Supergirl”) and still now, people ask me, ‘What’s your dream role’ They’re always fishing for some role that you can recreate. But for me, I always tell people sort of jokingly, but not, that I just want to be a superhero. And I still do,” Jordan said in an interview with DC Comics.

When asked which superhero he’d like to play, Jordan said, “I don't care! I want to kick some alien ass and save the day. I just think it would be so much fun and sort of a childhood dream fulfillment sort of thing. And Winn’s kind of towards there, but I think he’s got a little bit of development to go before/if he is going to go that route.”

“Supergirl” returns from hiatus on Monday, Jan. 15, 2018 at 8 p.m. EST on The CW.