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Playing Damian in Tina Fey's teen classic, which turns 15 this week, holds personal significance for the actor-comedian.
The actor says Phillips bullied, body-shamed and assaulted him on the set of their 2001 film.
“This is like going to Vegas and picking out a prostitute!”
The actor popped the question to his longtime beau at Starbucks.
Because "getting in trouble with the Internet is not real."
None of us have the same story and path. There will never be one face of HIV, but the more of us who come out HIV+, the more understanding there will be. To see the transformation we want, it's vital to bring HIV back into the public conversation.
Big things are happening for Daniel Franzese. He publicly came out, created a string of popular parody videos on YouTube, landed his role on Looking, and is now an ambassador for the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation. I got the chance to to talk to Mr. Franzese about his new role in HIV/AIDS advocacy.
Adrian Anchondo, who wrote and directed "Shake And Bake," also appears in the video, as does "Looking" hunk Russell Tovey
2014-10-07-danielfranzesepleasegohomesmall.jpgMean Girls star (and Internet-meme master of all time) Daniel Franzese has taken his "Bye, Felicia" routine to new heights today with the release of "Please Go Home," a parody of Sam Smith's meteoric hit from earlier this year, "Stay With Me."
It's quite amazing to me when I read about Daniel Franzese, Rachel McAdams, or the great Tina Fey and they get asked what
You go, Glen Coco! Franzese explains he was "terrified" to play the role in the 2004 hit comedy. He felt typecast and was
April is already shaping up to be a very "Mean Girls"-saturated month, as the beloved film marks its 10-year anniversary
Lindsay Lohan and "Mean Girls" co-star Daniel Franzese -- you may know him as ("too gay to function") Damian -- couldn't