It would easier to list the cast members of The Edge Of Night and Dark Shadows who were straight. I'm not sure about Trent Dawson on ATWT, but his character Henry Coleman might as well have skipped down the Yellow Brick Road, no matter how many women they paired him with. I think there's gay, bi, tri, straight, a-sexual, and then a fifth category -- actors! The most recent I can think of, right off the top of my head, is Paul Anthony Stewart, who played Danny Santos. Peter Hermann seems obviously gay and in a beard/merkin arrangement with Mariska Hargitay. Marty West did gay wrestling videos before he was on GL that were still on the internet when he was cast. Apparently, MEK made a HUGE fool of himself in his love for JS but it backfired on JS because the cast hated him and the producers fired him as well.R24 makes a point; I think most actors are bi-sexual narcissists who would sleep with anyone; but if you're sleeping with them does it really matter if you're a guy? Let's not forget Thom Bierdz, who played Phillip on Y&R. Everyone who has ever tricked with him in real life has the same thing to say: He shoots huge, massive, you'll-need-an-umbrella loads. There were three other guys out in the audience rooting for him, or should I say OUT in the audience. He's another guy who could not convincingly play straight, or even human. R69, all you have to do is read Biredz/ FB or Twitter and see that that Thom Biredz is batshit crazy.In early 2015, Russell Todd was a contestant on The Price Is Right. He's suffered so much emotional trauma in his life and he's just- he's kind of a sad case.
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Melrose Place is an American primetime soap opera broadcast by Fox, which aired between July 1992 and May 1999.
Despite initial negativity, the characters had a powerful impact on public attitudes, and the show's handling of Colin and Barry's relationship was deemed by many gay activists as something of a breakthrough.
The show has been at the centre of much controversy regarding its gay characters kissing on-screen.
The show never featured any LGBT characters in sexual scenes, with the scene featuring Matt kissing another man cut.
Neighbours is an Australian television soap opera, originally broadcast by Seven Network.I read that back in the 80s, a lot of the soap fanzines (when they had them...magazine sized and tabloid style) were all very coded when they interviewed actors who were gay.After leaving ATWT, he had a short-term role as Jennifer's boyfriend on DOOL a couple of years ago.That's been pretty much it.r99, I had such a crush on Mark Arnold in the early 80s.He was a staple in all of the soap opera magazines back then and had a great, boyish smile and sexy arms.