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Elsewhere." Allen has guest starred in several television series: Webster, Our House, My Two Dads, Airwolf, Hunter, The Wonder Years, Star Trek The Next Generation, In the Heat of the Night, Highway to Heaven, Simon and Simon.
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In fact, an old boyfriend – now best friend – has always given me a hard time about not doing so.
But for the same reason that Zach decided to come out, I too, no longer wanted to hide this part of my life.
Because WNN is a show where you can offer some personality, I had a little fun with the story saying that I would drop my rule against dating actors.
I’ve never shared that I’m gay on-air, even though I’ve been out to my family, friends and co-workers for years.
Why are Chad Allen and Robert Gant even in this movie? If you are a right-wing crazy or an internalized-homophobic self-loathing gay, you will like this film and call it brave.
He was raised within a strict Roman Catholic household and regards himself as a deeply spiritual person because of his upbringing.
Controversy surrounded Allen's casting as real-life Christian missionary Nate Saint in the 2006 docudrama film “End of the Spear,” as some conservative Christians lashed out at producers for putting an openly gay man in the role.
Chad Allen, born in California in 1974, currently resides in New York and Los Angeles.
He came out publicly in the October 2001 issue of The Advocate, when he also acknowledged his drug and alcohol addictions.