A lot of the show is very much about staying in the family and keeping it a very exclusive.
Every character is supposed to be so exclusive to Smurf and the family business, so I think that's another interesting aspect of it.
Fortunately, Scotty did return, with the two men subsequently falling in love, dating and then having a commitment ceremony, all of which led to their current storyline where they are using surrogacy to become parents. LM: My family looks like a collection of strangers. What does it mean to you that the show is going so strong three years later? We’re such creatures who do things intensely for a short period of time and then move on to something else. But I know inside of me, I’ve always had this desire to belong to something a little bit longer. "Hollywood Actor Matthew Rhys." [laughs] LM: It’s a funny thing to say "making it." I certainly hope that I have more places to go. AE: This show has a really big ensemble cast, I would imagine that has pluses and minuses. You shoot something and you have no idea how they’re going to edit it or even if they’re going to keep the scene. The Jazz Age AE: With the directing you’ve done, Matthew, is that something you want to eventually do more of, or something you were just trying out? I mean, my God, you’ve got a collection of the strongest women in Hollywood, so trying to cajole them sometimes into a note you think might elevate something to somewhere was sometimes terrifying and sometimes terrifying.
Over the next half hour we discuss whether each actor would like to one day be parents themselves, what the success of the show means for them, and for Rhys, who recently made his directorial debut on , what it’s like directing, or at least trying to direct, a cast of such strong women. After Elton.com: Your characters came along when gay and bisexual men were starved to see themselves represented on television, especially as couples. AE: Then you’ve probably heard him say this, but the baby who plays Lily on the show just cries whenever he gets near her. To be a part of this family, both literally and proverbially, it’s just remarkable. Sure I’ve made it when I look at certain people, but still so far to go. MR: What is lovely is whenever people from home or whatever come to set, and you forget, but when they come on the lot they sort of do go, "GASP! Yeah." A friend of mine just came on the lot and said, "You must live the dream every day." And in a way, I’d sort of forgotten how remarkable it is, so you are reminded. A plus being you don’t have as much responsibility to carry or as many scenes. Would either of you ever be interested in doing a show where you were carrying it on your shoulders? I’ve met a lot of actors who do that and they’re just burnt.
And Hollywood continues to applaud Miller for taking such a powerful, brave stance. The Prison Break star and the blonde cutie caused a stir went they were spotted together back in April 2007, and celebrity gossip photographers have now snapped shots of the duo together again.
We now feel confident enough to report the following: Prison Break actor Wentworth Miller is dating Brother & Sisters actor Luke Mac Farlane.
It's a part of the struggle for Deran, because it's something that he's definitely struggling with that he can't really express to his family.
, we’ve heard mention of Rick, the BF of semi-closeted Drew (Brendan Fehr).
This pairing had been nothing more than a rumor, but the day these two spent together in Los Angeles over the weekend make it apparent they're more than mere friends.
He can't wait until he and Lincoln are home free in Mexico?
Luke Macfarlane plays Rick and the alum talked to The Backlot about the role, how gay couples in the military handle their relationship, working with Fehr as well as what else he’s been up to. It was just such a wonderful role for me and such a wonderful cast and show, but yes, I would be very happy to do that and hopefully something comes along, I keep hoping for it. Have you seen a change in the last five or ten years since we have out actors like Neil Patrick Harris playing straight roles? LM: That’s right and I think that that’s why I got into acting, you know, to play all kinds of different roles.
Let’s check in with one of our favorite out actors. was on the air, but safe to say you still hear from people about the show? Yes, it’s really exciting, and I think the other fields are opening up.
Getting to the point, the interviewer asked, I think there's something about this show that's surprisingly a lot about love.