’ So excited to be doing it with a great cast and the rehearsals are so mellow and fun.” Originally from New Hampshire and Georgia, Harrison started acting in community theater when he was six, was schooled in Ohio and, after a toe-dabble in Los Angeles, is now a firmly based New Yorker.“Queer as Folk” happened shortly after he moved here at 22: “I was freelancing with an agent and was doing a showcase when I auditioned for it on tape, as most of it was being cast in LA.
I didn’t do well in that showcase and was doing theater in St. I had never been and thought it was all a fluke, but a chance to visit LA for free, and somehow I booked it. But I love this play, so funny, sweet, and touching, about a well-off married gay couple in Sag Harbor. “It just takes a lot of caffeine and a lot of alcohol!ended its run in 2005, but the on-screen lovers reunited this weekend in Bilbao, Spain at the second annual “Gale Harold Fan Meet.” Why did we not know Harold had his own fan club—and why weren’t we invited to join?That's a wrap on The Injured #Gale Harold Fan Meet 2016. However, they did hook up sporadically during the first two seasons of Queer as Folk. There is an extreme cover-up of this affair but most of the former cast/crew from QAF know about it. Other castmembers and people on-set have discussed this affair and caught them together during that time. Gale's public identity was of a heterosexual man when in reality he is bisexual. There have been reports about this from reliable sources but some fans will reject it.