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BTWF: Sharon Gless on Ironside
April 30th, 2020 under Before They Were Famous, Queer As Folk. [ Comments: 6 ]


Before Sharon Gless was investigating crimes on Cagney and Lacey, she was a victim of a crime on Ironside. How gorgeous was the 30-year-old in that 1973 episode?

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Scott Lowell previews the Queer As Folk charity reunion on May 1st
April 30th, 2020 under Queer As Folk. [ Comments: none ]


On May 1st at 2p EST, several cast and crewmembers from Queer As Folk will reunite on YouTube for a live fundraiser benefiting CenterLink: The Community of LGBTQ+ Centers. Not only will they be asking for donations, but they will also be doing an auction of items from the series which includes a jacket that was worn by Gale Harold. Who doesn’t want something that touched Harold’s skin?

Since I mentioned Harold’s name, I will tell you which actors will be joining in on the livestream. Michelle Clunie, Robert Gant, Sharon Gless, Randy Harrison, Scott Lowell, Peter Paige, and Hal Sparks will all be there to spill the tea on the Showtime series that made them all household names. Not only will the main cast be there, so will several guest stars, including Harris Allen (who is all grown up), Dean Armstrong, Fabrizio Filippo, Peter MacNeill, Sherry Miller, Stephanie Moore, Rosie O’Donnell, and Jack Wetherall.

We know all of their faces, but what about the names, like CowLip, we see in the credits. Of course, the groundbreaking executive producers Ron Cowen and Dan Lipman will be talking about their baby. As will writers Brad Fraser, Michael MacLennanm and Del Shores, and directors Alex Chapple, Kelly Makin, Russell Mulcahy, and Jeremy Podeswa.

There is something for every fan of the show. They will be sharing a lot of their favorite memories from the drama that ran from 2000-2005. Scott Lowell, who is organizing the event, told me about his favorite memory, which is more of a feeling. “Just that nature of family, and the laughing, the fun we had, and just that feeling of being part of something very, very special.

“I miss the cast, the crew, everybody all the time. We think of each other all the time. The fact that this is 20 years later, I could reach out on Facebook, put a group together and have so many people sending in pictures, photographs, and the reconnection whenever we see each other’s names.

“Just that feeling of your heart swelling from every cast member to every crew member. It’s a very unique thing in the entertainment industry to have an experience like that. And that’s my favorite memories. Just that feeling of being around my family for those five years.”

Tomorrow, he will be able to add more to that memory as he gets together with some old friends for the first time in a long time. From now on, May 1st will mean to him, “So Mayday will always be a happy day for me from now on because it’ll remind me of how connected our family of Queer is and what a great group of people they are.” We, the fans, can say the same because seeing them all together again is like a dream come true.

I just can’t believe it has been 20 years. I still remember the first time I was switching channels, and I saw Brian Kinney having sex with some random guy. Instantly, I was hooked. As Harold said, just like men like to watch two women going at it, women like to watch two men doing it.” I was turned on and never turned it off after that.

Of course, it was not all about the sex. It is also about the meaningful storylines they did that helped to break down some of the barriers the LGBTQ+ community was facing at the turn of the century. We have come a long way since QAF aired, and hopefully, we can go even further. QAF really made a difference in furthering gay rights.

It is not all about my perspective. We will leave up them to tell us all about their time on Queer As Folk tomorrow.

To read the full interview with Scott Lowell, you can read it on TVTango.com.

To see the charity reunion special, then click here!

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BTWF: Scott Lowell on Fraiser
April 29th, 2020 under Before They Were Famous, Kelsey Grammer, Queer As Folk. [ Comments: none ]


Before Scott Lowell was fired for watching porn on Queer As Folk, he was let go for a much different reason on Fraiser. How hysterical was the 24-year-old actor in that 2000 episode?

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Queer As Folks’ Scott Lowell and Peter Paige go to the prom
July 29th, 2019 under Queer As Folk. [ Comments: none ]


It has been 14 years since Queer As Folk ended (way too soon) and the show’s best friends are still BFFs. So much so that Emmett and Ted still hang out. Case in point, this weekend Scott Lowell and Peter Paige went to the prom together. Not the one we went to in high school, but the Broadway musical.

Don’t they look so sweet together? It makes me wish someone do a revival so we can see where they would be today. And since male nudity is finally being accepted on televsion, we can finally see how big Brian Kinney really is. If that is not reason to bring QAF back, then nothing is!

BTW You can watch Lowell’s show Adoptable on Binge Networks. If you do, then you will some familiar faces like Gale Harold and Sharon Gless.

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A Queer As Folk reunion!
November 6th, 2018 under Queer As Folk. [ Comments: none ]


Over the weekend, Scott Lowell, Gale Harold, Peter Paige, Melanie Clunie and Robert Gant all worked the red carpet as one. What brought the Queer As Folks actors together again? Lowell’s webseries Adoptable, that is loosely based on his life, was screened at Infinity Film Festival.

When it comes to the cast, doesn’t this just make you want a network to give them a revival? So much has happened for LGBTQ rights since the show ended in 2005, there are so many stories that need to be told. That and they are all still so sexy as hell.

One interesting thing about this reunion, none of the actors have their lovers from the acclaimed drama with them. What is up with them all be single?

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