the resident hot young thing on "Queer as Folk," openly
gay Randy Harrison has more than his share of TV-watching admirers.
Feeling his way through the confusing world of drugs and sex,
struggling with less-than-understanding parents and desperately
in love with the older Brian, Justin is a character young gay
men everywhere can identify with.
Randy recently performed
off-Broadway in "A Letter from Ethel Kennedy," about
a gay man trying to reconcile with, and say goodbye to, his
parents. (He played a straight waiter, which proves he really
can act!) He also appeared in the Showtime original movie "Bang
Bang, You're Dead," playing against type as a (straight)
maladjusted high school student seeking revenge against his
When did you first become aware of gay
If you were to write /direct a same-sex
love story, who would you visualize as the leads?
Lewis and Harvey Keitel
What's your current favorite CD, book,
Mick Harvey, "Pink Elephants"
Dennis Cooper, "Pastoralia"
Fill in the blank: I am the _____ of my
Fill in the blank: I always have ____
in my refrigerator.
Who inspires you the most?
Tell us something nobody knows about you.
Describe your ideal mate.
Who was your first celebrity crush?
girl who played Oliver in the first play I was ever in ... hmmm.
She had a cute bowl cut and looked dark and brooding with that
ash smeared on her face.
Squelch or confirm (or start) a rumor
OK, that is me in that video, but I was
7 and really drunk and wasn't sure what he was doing. I just
wanted to touch the puppy.
The last movie I cried at/laughed out
loud at was:
I cried during "The Crucible"
on Broadway. I didn't cry during the movie version though, I
think I fell asleep.
What's your biggest guilty pleasure?
Would you appear nude in a movie?
I think that's really trashy.
Fill in the blank: In high school, I was
What's your favorite getaway?