I didn't want the responsibility, I didn't know how to handle the responsibility of speaking for the gay community. I always felt like I owed them a huge apology for coming out too late. Some people in the gay community were very upset with me for not coming out on their terms.
While the character he plays is louder-than-life and the embodiment of living a proud life, Hayes struggled with coming to terms with his sexuality, even down to his early interests in theatre. Hayes came out to his family when he was years-old at Thanksgiving. Still, Hayes' managed to get support from his family in subtle ways.
Or somewhere in the middle. But damn you for making him say it aloud. And the prospect of speaking about it still perturbs him, thanks in part to an Advocate article that made him hate the gay media.
The actor has been accused of playing a gay stereotype: unapologetically camp, unerringly flamboyant, and really rather biting. How can you be too gay? Sean Hayes Thinks So. Megan Mullally reveals she wanted to do a full season ever since they produced that election special last fall:.
Well, that and the fact that he has an entirely different viewpoint than we as fans do. Viewers think about episodes, jokes, and storylines — but I think of it as a second family. Hayes, for one, is loving it.
Sign in. His father, Ronald, a lithographer, left the family when Sean was a young child. His mother, Mary, works at a food bank, and raised Sean and his four siblings on her own.
Sean Patrick Hayes  born June 26,  is an American actor, comedian, singer and producer. Hayes was born in Chicago, the youngest child of five of Mary Hayesthe director of a non-profit food bank called the Northern Illinois Food Bank,    and Ronald Hayes, a lithographer. His father, an alcoholicleft when Hayes was five years old, and he and his siblings were raised by their mother.
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