Actor Charlie Carver, who found fame playing Porter Scavo in the long-running American drama Desperate Housewives, has come out to his hundreds of thousands of followers on Instagram. In a series of posts accompanied by a picture with the caption "Be Who You Needed When You Were Younger", the actor said he had known growing up, that he was different from other boys and this feeling had eventually resolved into realising he was gay. I said them to myself at first, to see how they felt. They rang true, and I hated myself for them. The actor said his family had been very supportive of his decision to come out, but it had then taken more time for him to realise Hollywood would be as accepting of his sexuality. He said he had held back from being open about it, as he feared it would limit the roles he could play, but over time, he had realised this wasn't the case.
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Shawn Pyfrom has bravely opened up about his addiction issues in an open letter on his Tumblr blog. I can't stay quiet anymore about this I am an alcoholic and a drug addict," Pyfrom wrote. I'm relatively new to being sober, considering the scope of time that I've been an addict.
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A few months after she faced erroneous international reports that she was coming out as a lesbian, Desperate Housewives actress Marcia Cross attended a closing night panel of the Los Angeles gay and lesbian film festival Outfest to talk openly about how she reacted to those rumors and the upcoming season of the hit show, which has just earned 15 Emmy nominations. Cross —who earned her first Emmy nomination for her role as the uptight Bree Van De Kamp-was joined at the Directors Guild of America building in Hollywood by some of the gay men involved with the show, including creator Marc Cherry, co-executive producer John Pardee and story editor Joshua Senter, as well as lesbian writer Katie Ford. When reports first came out that Cross was a lesbian, based on a faulty blog posting, the actress said she called her alleged girlfriend and laughed about it. Then, she was shocked when Barbara Walters asked her to talk about it on The View , insisting it was news. I was angry, especially because what if I was?
When Teri Hatcher slid into a seat next to Marc Cherry at the ABC Press Tour party last Thursday night in Los Angeles, she was all ears and wide-eyed as her Desperate Housewives boss was discussing one of her storylines for next season with me and a few other reporters. Cherry, his voice growing hoarse from non-stop interviews, surprised us by revealing something for the first time: around episode five, we may be seeing a rainbow flag hanging outside one of the homes on Wisteria Lane. It seems that Hatcher's character of sweet and bumbling Susan — who married hunky Mike Delfino Janes Denton in the season finale — will get new next door neighbors with whom she will instantly clash and, they will be… a gay couple! That's right: Desperate Housewives , which had frustratingly put the storyline of gay teen Andrew Van De Kamp Shawn Pyfrom on the back burner in Season 3, is finally having its first same-sex couple move into the neighborhood. So who will play the same-sex couple?