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07:28 | 19th October 2017

Entertainment News: News

Wed 23 Jun, 2010
By Sam Bristowe


To have those tables turned and be able to find yourself or some part of yourself, your own dreams or struggles that you have gone through … we were very grateful to be a part of that

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In an interview with Rage Monthly, one of the lead actors in US version of the cult classic Queer As Folk, has revealed how much he enjoyed playing a gay character and was really grateful to be able to play the role.

Gale Harold, played one of the lead charchters in hit Showtime adaptation of the UK version, taking on the role of up front lothario Brian Kinney.

Harold, who is straight, expressed how he didn’t mind playing gay and also said to the magazine that him and his fellow cast were all really grateful to have the opportunity to take on the roles.

He reportedly said in the interview: “A lot of young kids that I met when we were out there, were very happy and excited to have the opportunity to watch a story that was like theirs,”

“To have those tables turned and be able to find yourself or some part of yourself, your own dreams or struggles that you have gone through … we were very grateful to be a part of that.”

Queer as Folk first went on air in 2005 and ran for an impressive five seasons and was the first of it kind to look into gay lifestyle within America.



It featured five gay men and a lesbian couple living in Pittsburgh. The concept was based on the original format, which was created by Russel T. Davies and was set here in the UK in Manchester

 

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