more Anthony Rapp, best known as one of the original stars of the musical "Rent," is a very beige kind of guy.In part, the book is kind of a new generation's "Act One"- pitch-perfect in its description of how a young actor finds a career-making role in a show destined to become a classic.It's been in the headlines for a long time and many of his fans would like to hear an answer once in for all. What are you waiting for, scroll down below and know all about Anthony's personal life!One thing that confuses many of his fans would be his admittance of not being gay but queer. More recently he starred in the film version of the play, with many of the "New York" scenes filmed on Sixth St. Rapp has written a memoir called Without You, which is about the very emotional creation of Rent as well as his coping with his mother's terminal cancer. Blue / The Chronicle less Actor Anthony Rapp on Sixth St. In the film version of "Rent," which is being released on DVD today (see review on Page E5), Rapp, now 34, sports dark-framed glasses that add definition to his wide, lantern-jawed countenance. Rapp came out of nowhere to work in a musical in development in 1996 that came to be called Rent. Rapp came out of nowhere to work in a musical in development in 1996 that came to be called Rent. more NOCTURNE19b-C-11OCT01-DD-GG-Anthony Rapp stars in the one man show "Nocturne" at the Berkeley Reperatory Theater. Ran on: Ran on: Anthony Rapp, above, and top with his mother, older brother and sister, in a circa 1983 photo that appears in his memoir, &quo; Without You.&quo; less NOCTURNE19b-C-11OCT01-DD-GG-Anthony Rapp stars in the one man show "Nocturne" at the Berkeley Reperatory Theater. With sandy hair, white-blond brows and eyelashes, and a dusting of beard only a shade darker than his complexion, you might think he'd disappear into any crowd, if it weren't for those gunmetal blue eyes punctuating the blank canvas of his face.
“I’m really excited and happy when a gay character is a part of a story — especially when a gay character is created in a complex and human and non-stereotypical, interesting way, and that has certainly been the case with Stamets.” JJ Abrams’ separate Star Trek film series – which is set in a different universe to Discovery – recently revealed that beloved character Mr Sulu is gay, but not without controversy.But in this case, we actually get to see me with my partner in conversation, in our living quarters, you get to see our relationship over time, treated as any other relationship would be treated.” Showrunner Aaron Harberts said: “We’re at a point in time where people aren’t defined by their sexuality.“What’s fascinating about the character is that when we meet him we don’t know who or what he is.Flagging a post will send it to the Goodreads Customer Care team for review. Only flag comments that clearly need our attention.As a general rule we do not censor any content on the site.