Luke Macfarlane, after his dramatic breakup with Wentworth Miller, hooked up with the emi-professional Wrestler-cum-actor Chad Slivenski in March 2008.
He has also played as RAC Agent D’avin Jaqobis on the Space television science fiction series ‘Killjoys’.
The emotion behind that is so much bigger that that.
I was scared, petrified in a lot of ways, but I wanted to push myself and see if I could do it.’ How could anyone have trouble kissing Luke Macfarlane?
He starred in productions of all before graduating from the drama division in 2003. The movie is about a professor, Alfred Kinsey, who is being interviewed about his sexual history and has flashbacks from his childhood and young-adulthood. Luke Mcfarlane came out in a 2008 interview with the Canadian Globe and Mail. to wonder who you are and what’s been blaring for me for the last three years is how can I be most authentic to myself – so this is the first time I am speaking about it in this way.”“Wentworth and Luke have been secretly dating for almost six months now,” says an impeccable source close to the pair.
One of the reliable sources mentioned, Furthermore, Luke Macfarlane was in a relationship with Charlie David for a short period of time and is known his first love affair. The concern with engaging with the media has to do with trying to make sure they will understand this difference.”Luke Macfarlane is a Canadian actor and musician who is immensely popular for his work as an actor in the ABC television drama ‘Brothers & Sisters’ whereby, he has portrayed the role of Scotty Wandell.
Not only that but also it is clear he is discussing his role as Scotty, and the ermm. So as far as they are concered Luke gave an interview and discussed his role as Scotty being gay. Luke doesn't read anything about himself online (or so he says), but his mother does. The native of Canada, though "terrified" about the future of his career, said to the paper, "I don't know what will happen professionally, but I guess I can't really be concerned about what will happen, because it's my truth." 'I don't know what will happen professionally ... The man is Canadian, he came out to his HOME country's paper (and not some 'European' mag as the unresearched freak here will have people believe on this thread). You guys can't even get the name of the paper right.""I don't know what will happen professionally, "Well that's becuase he is p;ayong agy man and it's so HORIBBLE, but sadly there is so much hideous homophobia in LA, that just playing a gay man might turn off future roles.
His mother comes to the Luke Macfarlane site all the time according to the guy behind the site. Stop coming to this site and spread lies about Luke. Maybe you need to take a break from your addiction for a while? The trolls who keep posting "Luke is straight" know he's gay. I have been a fan of Luke longer than any of ypu guys, who only became "fans" after the Wentowrth fiasco. But on the other side, part of being an actor is selling yourself and making yourself look attainable.
Weird that she has never said anything to the guy running the site if he is in fact straight, isn't it? Just a suggestion.[quote]Actor Luke Mc Farlane, who plays a gay man on ABC's TV series "Brothers & Sisters," has come out in real life.---------------- In an interview with Toronto's Globe and Mail newspaper on Tuesday, the actor, who plays Scotty Wandell on the drama, went public with his sexual orientation after revealing his family and friends are all aware he's gay.------------------------- He said, "There is this desire in L. to wonder who you are and what's been blaring for me for the last three years is how can I be most authentic to myself -- so this is the first time I am speaking about it in this way."---------------- In "Brothers & Sisters," Mc Farlane's character is preparing to wed his lover, Kevin Walker, played by Matthew Rhys, and he hopes the plot will help viewers with anti-gay prejudices.---------- Mc Farlane adds, "We're saying, 'This can be part of the cultural fabric, now, because it is two series regulars, two people that you invite into your home and you see every week.'" ---------[quote]Unreal. If not, then the webmaster really needs to ban this crazy person. [quote] Nobody believes your shit except yourselves. I think I know him better than you guys just hopping on the bandwagon.
‘In Episode 106, my boyfriend (played by openly gay actor Luke Macfarlane) comes and I don’t like kissing guys, it doesn’t do anything for me.’ Of kissing another man the 36-year-old actor says: ‘It’s really uncomfortable, but you gotta get past that, his story is bigger than that.