Out gay actor Carlie Carver posted a cheeky New Year’s greeting to his fans on Instagram
Charlie was celebrating New Year’s in a snowy Austin, Texas, and used the opportunity to get his picture taken in front of Austin Motel’s iconic phallic sign.
Carver is starring in the upcoming revival of The Boys in the Band for the landmark play’s 50th anniversary which premieres in April 2018.
He recently tweeted his thoughts about our current president’s horrible track record on LGBT issues: “Any effort to reduce or remove HIV/AIDS services to the communities most affected by AIDS is a form of genocide. Stay vigilant folks. Shame on you, @realDonaldTrump”.
— Charlie Carver (@Charlie_Carver) December 29, 2017
Hot gay kiss
In August 2017, Charlie shared a steamy gay kiss with Colton Haynes.
The hot Hollywood homos were hooking up in season six of MTV’s TV show “Teen Wolf”!
Not only hooking up, actually. They were in a relationship.
When was the last time you saw some real teen heartthrob’s in a gay relationship on a major US TV show? Well, you can see it here:
Colton spoke to EW about his Teen Wolf character, saying ‘I thought, if Jackson comes back, he’s coming back in a relationship with a guy.Whether that means he’s bisexual or gay, that’s how he’s returning. I just felt like he went off to London and found himself.’
Charlie said, ‘We’re an odd couple. His character’s always been kind of an arrogant prick, so I’m the one who tones him down.’
About Charlie Carver
Charlie Carver was born in San Francisco, USA on 07/31/1988.
What is he famous for?
Charlie Carver is an actor. He is best known for his role as Porter Scavo in the ABC television series Desperate Housewives. He is also well known for his role on Teen Wolf as Ethan, along with his brother Max Carver who played Aiden. They both now currently star on the HBO series The Leftovers.
Is Charlie Carver gay?
Yes, Charlie Carver came out as gay in January, 2016. He came out via his Instagram account where he wrote, “As a young boy, I knew I wanted to be an actor. It was around that age that I also knew, however abstractly, that I was different from some of the other boys in my grade. Over time, this abstract ’knowing’ grew and articulated itself through a painful gestation marked by feelings of despair and alienation, ending in a climax of saying three words out loud: ’I am gay.’”