Following a public denial and years of speculations and rumors, the "Prison Break" star eventually came out as gay in 2013 by posting a public letter that touched a lot of people. Miller came out of the closet and stood up against homophobia in Russia and refused to attend a film festival due its discriminatory policies against gays. The same year, Miller gave an emotional speech and confessed that he had attempted suicide as a teenager while struggling with his sexuality. Miller also reacted to shaming posts about his weight by enlisting as an ambassador for Active Minds, a mental health charity.
Sean Hayes, best known for his gay role as Jack on “Will and Grace,” came out in 2010. The actor has said that he avoided coming out for many years because he didn’t want to jeopardize his chance of landing straight roles and he recently said that the controversy over his “Will and Grace” character being too gay made him retreat back into the closet! The actor now feels as though he owes the gay community an apology for coming out too late.
Playing a no-nonsense cop on the television hit "Lost" made Michelle Rodrigues a household name around the world. Rodrigues managed to attract a lot of attention when she gave and interview to Endearment weekly where she said "I've gone both ways. I do as I please. I am too curious to sit here and not try when I can. Men are intriguing. So are chicks". True to her convictions Rodrigues dated Vin Diesel, but also dated the model Cara Delevingne. The self-confident actress had no trouble telling in an interview that she puts the B in LGBT.
Sarah Paulson, from “American Horror Story,” came out when she and her girlfriend at the time Cherry Jones declared their love for each other in an interview with Velvetpark at Women’s Event 10 for the LGBT Centre of NYC back in 2007. After she broke up with Jones, Paulson has said that she is open to relationships with both women and men.
The “Elation” star is an open absolutely comprehended gay entertainer; she is hitched to Lara Embry, a master physiologist whom she met at a fundraiser in San Francisco. They withdrew three years a while later, and she is right now known as a cheery single gay woman!