I mentioned to Harrison that “Queer”’s overt nudity had me knowing his butt better than my own and he laughed, “It was crazy.It was easy in the beginning because I felt like it was so important that there be this visibility and gay sexuality put on TV so people could see it, especially those who were coming out.
Pero la sonrisa de Gale, esa sonrisa de “lo sabía y soy un enorme gato montés” tiene un definitivo sabor a victoria.
Saved under Around Town, Nightlife, Music & Dance, Theater Tags: Michael Greif, Daniel Sullivan, Randy Harrison, I’m Getting My Act Together and Taking It On the Road, Gretchen Cryer, Nancy Ford, Chad Beguelin, Harbor, Primary Stages, Queer As Folk, Gale Harold, Kathleen Marshall BY DAVID NOH | Randy Harrison is forever burned into the consciousness of a gay generation for playing Justin Taylor, the ultimate irresistibly innocent twink on the groundbreaking TV series “Queer as Folk.” Since that show wrapped in 2005, he’s carved out a solid theatrical career for himself in New York and regionally, and is now appearing in Chad Beguelin’s play “Harbor” for Primary Stages (59E59 Theaters, 59 E. My estranged sister shows up with her teenaged daughter I haven’t seen in over 10 years, and our cozy system is sort of shattered. I’d read the script a few years when they did it out of town and I loved it, so when the audition came around I said, ‘I know this part!
I didn’t do well in that showcase and was doing theater in St. I had never been and thought it was all a fluke, but a chance to visit LA for free, and somehow I booked it.
It lasted five years, a really good gig in Toronto, which was a blessing and a curse. We were all displaced and for most of us, it was our first big job, so we bonded.
“Queer as Folk” happened shortly after he moved here at 22: “I was freelancing with an agent and was doing a showcase when I auditioned for it on tape, as most of it was being cast in LA.