Bryan Cranston described the blue ranger as "the fey one" in a 2009 interview.
Noah Galvin has strong words for Tinseltown's gays.
According to the actor, minority groups in general get snubbed by the Academy.
You most likely know him as the witty, sassy Jack McFarland from the hit NBC sitcom "Will and Grace" -- but Sean Hayes wants
From "Best Supporting Actress" to "Best Adapted Screenplay," some of Hollywood's A-listers and even the most obscure films
Once again, the "My Best Friend's Wedding" actor's remarks seem poised to cause controversy. Last fall, he reportedly received
I worry that I might only play gay characters for the rest of my career, or that I will be forever marked by something I can't control. But ultimately, I realized that being honest about who I am and living my life authentically and with integrity is more important to me than anything else.
America is ready for more than just gay best friends, gay assistants, gay relatives and gay hairstylists. It's time for a world where we're more than todays' version of Carla on Cheers, but the Sams and the Dianes, or even the Rebeccas.