This story still gets a laugh from my nieces and nephews.Depending on who's doing the telling, Uncle John was either locked up for 30 fleeting minutes or for three long, tortuous, oxygen-starved hours.John Barrowman said in an interview that he often is asked to hold people’s hands on airplanes because they’re afraid to fly—and apparently are unaware that he’s terrified, too.It’s easy to forget sometimes that the actors who play characters we adore their beloved alter egos, and we can only imagine the requests made when you’re primarily known for being a super-suave ex-time agent from the 51st century who can never die. Here’s evidence of the kiss and Barrowman’s highly appropriate GIF-ed reaction: Co-stars aren’t the only people on his list, either; this year at Comic Con 2013, he kissed Jonathan Ross as they hosted the Eisner Awards together: He also likes to manhandle/cuddle lots of gorgeous fellows!In the old days Quinto had a relationship with a fellow actor Jonathan Groff, well-known by his role in the series Looking. And we aren’t going to go into the details what we don’t know for sure.
Here we have him licking James Marsters on the set (we sort of wish there was an alternate version where Marsters had been dressed like Spike and in character for the candid): And if that’s not enough action for you, here’s a fan dressed as a Silurian (Madame Vastra?
There was a time that gay celebrities had to hide in the closet in order to remain in demand.
Fortunately, these are different times and even from far away we can watch how these famous persons build relationships with their boyfriends, partners and husbands.
Putting It Together (TV Movie) (performer: "Putting It Together", "Rich and Happy", "Lovely", "Have I Got a Girl for You", "Pretty Women", "Bang! (on what he thinks of what is written about him on the ...
", "Unworthy of Your Love", "Back in Business", "It's Hot Up Here", "Live Alone and Like It", "Marry Me a Little", "Not Getting Married Today", "Being Alive", "Finale/Old Friends") Remember that I have a family.