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The Most Handsome Gay Actors

In the few recent years, many famous actors went out of the closet with an attitude: ‘I am gay, so what!’ Well, we have nothing against them, but it is just that many girls were looking at them as their princes charming and all of a sudden, there came the waking cruel reality when they realized that there is no chance that these guys will ever be interested in them.

Let’s see who are all those actors who disappointed their female fans by revealing their personal preferences towards men.

 Wentworth Miller

“I feel more fully expressed now. After Prison Break, I came to grips with the fact that my public persona was in misalignment with how I actually felt. I was out to a handful of people in my twenties, and once I hit 30, I was out to family and friends. But professionally, I was feeding a fantasy. I created this air of ‘We don’t address that thing.” — Wentworth Miller 

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Wentworth Miller was born in England in 1972. His parents are American, and he has two younger sisters. His father is black. This movie star became world-famous by his role in the TV series Prison Break. In August 2013, he came out as gay.  

 Jim Parsons

When this adorable eccentric figure named Sheldon from The Bing Ban Theory came out as gay, no one could believe him. Still, this is because we tend to forget that the character and the actor who plays it are never the same person. Sheldon cannot be gay, but Jim Parsons can, right? This highest-paid TV actor is now married to his partner, Todd Spiewak. Their relationship, before their marriage, lasted for 14 years but not until 2012 did Parsons admit that he was gay.

 Sean Hayes

Sean Hayes is an American actor most famous for his role in the TV series Will&Grace. He was born and raised in Chicago, together with his four siblings, by a single mother. He was a pianist and a member of the pop band. Sean came out as gay quite recently, in 2010, even though he became famous for playing a gay character Jack McFarland since 2008. He once said:

‘Looking back at my choice to stay silent, I am ashamed and embarrassed. What was I thinking? As if any of you had any doubts. I mean, right, could a straight actor ever do this?

 T.R. Knight

Last year, the star of Grey’s Anatomy married his long-time boyfriend, Patrick Leahy. In his interview given to The People, he said: “I guess there have been a few questions about my sexuality, and I’d like to quiet any unnecessary rumors that may be out there. While I prefer to keep my personal life private, I hope the fact that I’m gay isn’t the most interesting part of me.”

 Luke Evans

Dracula Untold (2014) and Beauty and the Beast (2017) are just two of his most recent movies that made him world-famous. Still, there is one other thing that made him a constant part of the gossiping magazines, and that is the fact that he admitted he is gay. When asked if he is afraid that this fact could make him unemployed, he simply stated that he definitely wouldn’t be in this business if he felt that this fact from his personal life has anything to do with his lack of employment.

 Neil Patrick Harris

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The character Barney Stinson from How I Met Your Mother was played by Neil Patrick Harris. He was born in 1973 in New Mexico to the family of two lawyers. For a year, he was in a relationship with Christine Taylor but later married David Burtka. 

 Zachary Quinto

Zachary played Spock in the 2009 remake of the Star Trek, and he has often played villains and troubled anti-heroes. In 2012, during the USA elections, he traveled to many countries in the support of Barack Obama, and he is also a great supporter of LGBT rights. He used to be in a relationship with Jonathan Groff, but he is now single. In his interview given to Daily Mail, when talking about his support for bullied gay teenagers, he admitted: As a gay man, I look at that and say there’s a hopelessness that surrounds it, but as a human being, I look at it and say, “Why? Where’s this disparity coming from, and why can’t we as a culture and society dig deeper to examine that?” We’re terrified of facing ourselves.”

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