He performed a gay guy on the marginally bigger aspect in iconic teen movie Mean Girls – and he did so once more a decade later in HBO’s seminal TV present Looking.
And three years since Looking concluded with a TV movie, Daniel Franzese is looking for larger illustration of men like him on display screen.
Amen to that!
The star made the admission whereas talking to TMZ at LAX Airport this week.
He was requested a few latest Instagram picture of him in a pool topless, that the actor beforehand mentioned was about ‘reclaiming my childhood spent sporting a shirt within the pool rising up in Florida.
‘Not giving a f**k what people think feels so good.’
Daniel moreover captioned his authentic publish: ‘It’s #bigboysummer and absorbing each final minute till #bigandtallfall. #BellyOutchallenge.’
Daniel went on to agree that bigger dudes want to be seen as sexy too, explaining: ‘There are a lot of shows on TV right now […] showing queer stuff. But they just don’t sexualise bigger gay men.’
He later added: ‘Gay bigger people are invisible.’
He went on: ‘I really respect Ryan Murphy. I think he’s a frontrunner in range and inclusion riders. But he doesn’t have any sexualised bigger guys in any of his programming. Nobody does proper now. I’d be working in the event that they did!’
Ryan Murphy is the mastermind behind reveals like Glee, Pose and the American Horror Story collection.
Directly addressing Hollywood, Daniel lastly added: ‘I’ve by no means had an issue discovering anyone to hook up with! All my characters have to beg folks. I don’t perceive!’
Damien after all shot to fame in 2004’s Mean Girls (‘I want my pink shirt back!’) alongside Lindsay Lohan and Rachel McAdams.
He later gained essential reward for his function as HIV constructive Eddie in Looking, concerning the lives and loves of gay men in San Francisco. It additionally featured Jonathan Gross and Russell Tovey.
Daniel’s different display screen credit embody 2005’s War of the Worlds and 2010’s I Spit On Your Grave.
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