I've dated two gay actors - one late 20s, one early 30s – a couple of years ago in NYC and to me just epitomize the idea that being accepting of who you are as an identity and attracted to doesn't mean you're in touch with your sexuality.The younger one was very sweet but had little sexual experience because he was terrified of hookups, really wanted to be loved and wanted a relationship but his personality was between performing and awkward.He is not conventionally good looking and is very private.Andrew Garfield is playing the star game and therefore their fates will be very different regarding being openly Gay.Here's proof that the wizarding world still exists.Chris Pine, first as bisexual then as gay Ed Westwick Nick Jonas David Muir Zac Efron, first as bi then as gay (his career is in the shitter anyway, so why not?)Queen Latifah Dan Abrams (ABC legal correspondent, although he may already be out and quiet about it)Jeremy Renner Jada Pinkett Smith, as bi Lisa Marie Presley, as bi (although she has admitted to sleeping with women in the past)Katy Perry, as bi (although it's kinda obvious, hell she wrote songs about it)Queen Latifah is already out.Just because she hasn't been plastered all over magazines and websites saying, "I'm a lesbian", doesn't mean she hasn't come out. You know this - which means you must be family or friend.
At least he's out and proud, but being a sexual person is still something he's getting comfortable with.I think when we mention Ben Whishaw and Andrew Garfield that they are two very different people.Ben Whishaw is an actor and is as comfortable on stage , BBC drama or the occasional movie.Harry, Ron and Hermione might be gone from our screens, but they remain forever in our hearts - and in the actors who played them.
Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint et al can claim they're nothing like their characters, but we beg to differ.
Whishaw is an artsy, actory actor while Garfield... We should just stop hoping for any of the old guard ever coming out and instead give our support to younger out gay actors.[quote]There’s no way an out, gay actor like Ben would be hired for such roles. However, based on his most recent stint on the stage, I would presume that Garfield has the luxury of treading into Whishaw’s “artsy” territory but Whishaw cannot do the same.