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Matt Bomer on ‘Fellow Travelers,’ Being Gay in Hollywood and ‘White Collar’

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Matt Bomer, the visitor on this episode of The Hollywood Reporter’s Awards Chatter podcast, is a proficient and dashing actor and producer. Bomer made his title on the USA drama sequence White Collar (2009-2014) and in movies similar to 2012’s Magic Mike. He later received Golden Globe and Critics Alternative awards and was nominated for an Emmy for his flip within the 2014 HBO film adaptation of Larry Kramer’s play The Regular Coronary heart. Most just lately, he has garnered among the finest critiques of his profession for his portrayal of a closeted State Dept. worker in a decades-spanning secret relationship with one other man on the 2023 Showtime restricted sequence Fellow Vacationers, for which he has already received a Peabody Award and been nominated for Golden Globe, SAG, Critics Alternative and Individuals’s Alternative awards.

Over the course of this episode, the 46-year-old displays on his personal journey as a homosexual man in Hollywood (he got here out to the general public in 2012); his many collaborations with Ryan Murphy, from episodes of The New Regular and Glee to The Regular Coronary heart to quite a few installments of the American Horror Story franchise and even directing an episode of The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story; why he felt so captivated with Fellow Vacationers from the second he learn it, and what kind of affect he hopes it’ll have; plus extra.

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