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He must be quoting my letter to Out magazine, the only time I've said anything about that in public. I can't imagine anyone crossing their fingers for Hal Sparks. Brian ;) Is Hal Sparks the guy who went out with the older doctor a while back, and they had some row about his toys in the doctor's flat??? I read that somewhere, and my head almost exploded. (Though 60ish, he's primarily a Canadian theater actor and this is his first major TV work.) Gale Harold was at one point dating one of the two actresses who play the lesbian couple on the series, but I forget which one. Boze's "interview" books are pretty much accepted as having been entirely made-up. It's a shame, as Boze is a very nice guy personally . Gale Harold I believe is straight from everything i've seen/read and also married I think Hot Just hot Fot that matter, b/c Robert Gant is the yummy and brainy and all things good, he was on Popular (a sadly now defunct series) as the principle. If I'm not mistaken, it's a Rocky Horror reference.
Hadleigh quotes her zapping Greg Kinnear's mean-spirited remarks about transsexuals when he hosted Talk Soup (which is somewhat amusing since Hadleigh makes some odd remarks about transsexual characters in the book). Everyone else is a big fat breeder :mad: Originally posted by Sampiro True, but it was never confirmed by a 2/3 vote of the Senate. Later, a co-worker who was once the personal assistant of James Coco (and who was fully aware that he was gay, so this wasn't a denial thing) claimed that the interview was doctored and sounded absolutely nothing like Coco in voice or in spirit. If that is an Elvira Kurt reference, I'm quite impressed. In fact, Gale Harold is the only straight actor on the show that plays his gay part convincingly.
At the time Robert Gant was not yet out and declined to say, but when later King identified him as straight he corrected him by saying "The jury's still out- I haven't commented on my personal life and don't intend to." The other guests were the usual "family values" folk and gay activists so basically it was a total waste of everybody's time. ) aren't necessarily the most flaming beings on the planet means they are playing their parts perfectly: Men who happen to be gay.
(Gale Harold and Randy Harrison were making private jokes that had them both cracking up the entire time but when asked to share simply stated "You'd lose your primetime license".) I've wondered about Fab Fillippo, who played Justin's violinist lover Ethan; I haven't read anything about him, but he's fine either way. Another random sideproject: Hal Sparks was one of the co-creators of "I Love the 80's" and subsequent shows.
Originally posted by Otto Boze Hadleigh's most recent iteration of The Lavendar Screen. Now now, dibs does not require a 2/3 majority, only a simple majority. But that Gale Harold (Brian) just won't make a statement one way or the other. Originally posted by Eve You means Boze has started doing actual research?! I've wondered if this is true or if any of the other interviews were doctored. Question: what are both Thea Gill and Other Blank in my head (other lesbian)? Originally posted by Homebrew Originally posted by GMRyujin From zee day he vas born, he vas trouble....
Hadleigh quotes her zapping Greg Kinnear's mean-spirited remarks about transsexuals when he hosted Talk Soup (which is somewhat amusing since Hadleigh makes some odd remarks about transsexual characters in the book). (But it also requires the consent of the President -- and, given our current President's party-line dislike of the gay community, I'll betcha dollars to donut-holes that he'll cast a veto.)Originally posted by Homebrew I assume she's talking about Brian (Gale Harold). Is it true that his real first name is (gasp) Eddie? jeevmon and I were planning to name our hypothetical potential son Kyan. (As memory serves, most if not all of the "interviews" were not printed until after the subject's death.)Re: QUEER AS FOLK- Jack Wetherall, who plays Uncle Vic, is also openly gay. But he is not an "historian."Fab Fillipo- not sure if he is of the queer but if you want extra gazing time now that he's left the show, check out the episode(s) of Friends he was on Fot that matter, b/c Robert Gant is the yummy and brainy and all things good, he was on Popular (a sadly now defunct series) as the principle. As for the Qa F count of out/straight Out -Peter Paige - Randy Harrison - Robert Gant (I cry) Straight - Hal Sparks (and btw: Hal is a cutie and is heavily involved in other projects, so lets not go dissing) - Guy who plays Ted who I just blanked on (---) Question: what are both Thea Gill and Other Blank in my head (other lesbian)? If that is an Elvira Kurt reference, I'm quite impressed.
The love scenes with him are almost painful to watch he's so stiff - and not in the right way.