Russell Tovey

These days, the "Looking" and "Years and Years" actor seeks to emulate his parents' union in his own relationship with boyfriend Steve Brockman.
The "Quantico" and "Looking" star is said to be "very, very happy."
The actor manipulates light and shares a steamy smooch as The Ray.
The stage at the Lyceum Theater for this exceptional theater event, the current revival of Arthur Miller's A View From the
The tic I find annoying in the work of very busy director Ivo van Hove is happily suppressed for his revival of A View From the Bridge, birthday-boy Arthur Miller's unrelenting, as usual, play.
Second, Tovey isn't just "proud to be masculine," as I've seen some trolls insisting. It isn't "just the way he is" or "who he wants to be." Tovey places a positive moral value on being masculine, and negative value on gay male effeminacy.
For much of my life, I have taken what I was born with, mixed it with what the world has given me and crafted the man that everyone else sees. I've also learned to like who I am, regardless of how others see me. That's really no different than what Russell Tovey did.
"I feel like I could have been really effeminate, if I hadn't gone to the school that I went to," he said. "Where I felt