"I think we've watched the guys do it for the last 40 years", said the 66-year-old.
James Bond is a typical character who already has a recognized franchise, and was always played by male actors.
Nevertheless, he went on to confess he doesn't believe it'll happen anytime soon and recommended manufacturer Barbara Broccoli, the daughter of Albert "Cubby" Broccoli, who originally bought the screen rights to the character, wouldn't be keen on the concept. He was written as a male and I think he'll probably stay as a male. Still, he had nothing but praise for his own experiences with the franchise.
In response, Barrowman stated: 'Piers I have the flawless pair of high heels I could wear to play Cinderfella, so I'm all for it'.
James Bond's treatment of women in previous films has come under question in recent years and Fleabag's Phoebe Waller-Bridge was brought on to the writing team, tasked with making its female characters "feel like real people". "I think it would be stimulating; it would be exciting". I'd be happy to see him do it.
Former Bond Girl Valerie Leon - who starred in The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) and Never Say Never Again (1983) - also appeared on the show to back Piers.
He added: "The #MeToo movement has been relevant and significant and well needed in our society, so they'll have to address that".
"There is a pivotal scene at the start of the film where M says 'Come in 007, ' and in walks Lashana who is black, handsome and a woman", a Bond insider previously claimed.
There have been rumours the upcoming James Bond film, No Time To Die, would feature British black actress Lashana Lynch, 31, taking the code name of 007 even though Craig will still play the famous spy. "It's a popcorn-dropping moment".