Luke Macfarlane did have broken relationships with boyfriends in the past, so this was no shock, to be honest. At last in March 2008, Luke was seen with semi-professional Wrestler-cum-actor Chad Slivenski also known as Chad Austin with whom no pictures are available.This was only assumed to be a relationship and was not confirmed. In an interview with in 2008, Luke talked about his experience in coming out as gay and how it influenced his career, life as well as the various factors that affected his action.
Satisfying their collective urge to undergo some retail therapy, Katherine Heigl and her “Grey’s Anatomy” co-star/BFF T. Knight headed out shopping in Glendale, California yesterday (July 29).
The “27 Dresses” babe and her guy pal hit up Sephora, where Heigl grabbed some lipstick, before heading over to the Apple store to check out the new 3G i Phone, though they didn’t buy one.
He also went on to talk about how his then-role of Scotty(who is homosexual as well) in the TV show ' Brothers and Sisters' definitely influenced him and furthermore gave him the strength to accept who he was as he was essentially projecting himself on Scotty everytime he was acting as him.
Caption: The Fictional Gay couple of Luke Macfarlane and Matthew Rhys as Scotty and Kevin respectively, on Brothers and Sisters However, he is widely known for his role in Brothers and Sisters as Scotty Wandell, a gay chef with relationship issues.
I’ve never been interested in revealing intimate details about my life.
The concern with engaging with the media has to do with trying to make sure they will understand this difference.
Currently, Luke Macfarlane is working on Killjoys (2015-2017) a comedy action tv show alongside Aaron Ashmore as well The Night Shift (2014-2016). One is The Mistletoe Promise in which he will play a role as Nicholas Derr which will air late this year and another in Rock Paper Dead in which he can be seen as Peter Harris and is due for 2017.
“There just comes a time when it’s so clear that moving on is the best decision,” Knight says in this week’s issue of Entertainment Weekly, on newsstands tomorrow.
My straight fangurl sister thinks he's gay, and so do many straight chicks, even ones who are normally clueless about that sort of thing.