Lee Pace Comes Out, Take Two 

March 6, 2018 / Posted by:

Lee Pace shuffled out of the glass closet last week with the same amount of enthusiasm you show when you walk into a DMV on a Monday morning (hell, when you walk into a DMV at any hour of the day). Lee admitted that he’s done peen and poon, but it didn’t seem like he wanted to admit that.

Lee talked to Brian Moylan for W Magazine to promote the Broadway revival of Angels in America, which he plays Joe Pitt in. Lee said that he think it’s important for gay actors to play the gay characters in Angels in America, and after he opened that door, Brian waltzed on in by asking him about his sexuality. That question quickly took the mood from whatever it was to full blown awkwardness. Lee let a trick know that he found the question intrusive and didn’t like Brian sniffing up his ass. That pretty much killed the interview and inspired Lee to block Brian on Twitter.

Yesterday, Lee tweeted about that uncomfortable moment. He said that he didn’t see that question coming, and that he’s a member of the “queer community.” In other words, keep your label gun away from Lee Pace.

During the less awkward reboot of his coming out, Lee also co-signed his own thoughts about gay actors playing gay characters:

As Lee Pace has a permanent away sign on the subject of his personal life, his Angels in America co-star Andrew Garfield has been out there blabbing all sorts of shit about his personal life. Andrew has said that he identifies as a cooch-loving straight, but he’s open to the idea of getting dick in the future. And during his run in Angels in America in London, he said that he was living like a “gay man right now – without the physical act.”

So because of what Lee said about how gay actors should play the gay characters in Angels in America, I’m guessing that if Andrew gets asked about his sexuality again, he’ll say, “During the run of Angeles in America on Broadway, I am a total gay man. Now, guurrrrrrl, let’s go have a kiki over sparkling tangerine-tinis while getting side-by-side asshole waxes!! Wait, am I gay-ing right?

Pic: Wenn.com

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