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star has been open about his sexuality with his friends and family since he was a teenager, he found it much harder to be openly gay in a professional capacity.
Basically, he was a struggling actor afraid of agents and casting directors who might typecast him!
First, he was named the winner for Best Actor in a Feature Film in the Audience Awards at the just completed San Diego LGBT Film Festival.
TH: We have this analogy, and it’s called the flower and the gardener. I understand that I need to take care of you.” VH: Every relationship has its ups and downs and back and forths.
Hanes and Hansis first met when they went to college together at Carnegie Mellon, but it wasn’t until they bumped into each other at the opening-night party of Legally Blonde in 2007 that Hanes finally stopped dodging Hansis’ conversation attempts.
Nine years later, Hanes and Hansis live together with their two cats and continue to set some serious #relationshipgoals.
VH: My parents always used to say I was 10 going on 40. I didn’t always say the nicest things about people, and looking back on it, I really regret that. I lost out on people who could’ve been my friends and grew up to be really incredible people.
I thought of legally just changing my name to “Van,” but then I thought, what’s the point? TB: What’s the critical element of an un-dramatic relationship? Because if you respect somebody, then you wouldn’t take some of the actions these characters take. To love someone, you really have to respect them and put their needs as high as yours, if not higher. TB: Would you say it takes emotional maturity to play emotionally immature characters?
The dance pro plays the hip-thrusting, Mick Jagger-style, tomcat Rum Tum Tugger, who is “always on the wrong side of every door.” Hansis earned three Daytime Emmy nominations for his role as Luke Snyder—one half of the first gay couple to be featured on a soap opera—in As the World Turns.