Jesse Tyler Ferguson has swapped sitcoms for raising a modern family of his own. The actor and husband Justin Mikita welcomed son Beckett via a surrogate last July, and have been settling into fatherhood ever since. On Monday, the former Modern Family star joked to Ellen DeGeneres that "we're raising him gay until he decides he's straight," telling the talk show host that the 8-month-old baby has been listening to "a lot of show tunes because that's what I like. It's not just show tunes, thought.
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What started, as a self-assigned project for a young photographer growing up in Hollywood has now become one of the most authentic portraits of gay life in America from this period. In , the same year as the Stonewall riots in New York City, a gay cultural revolution was growing in America. At the time, most depictions of gay men and women in mainstream media were found in salacious newspaper and tabloid articles, all of them reported from a murky distance. For Friedkin, the goal was to move past many stereotypes and deepen the representation of gay individuals of all types. I was furious about it.
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His most notable role was first host of The Late Late Show over a year period spanning until The Late Late Show is the world's second longest-running chat show. After retiring from his long-running radio and television shows, Byrne presented several other programmes, including Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? In his retirement he was described as the "Elder Lemon of Irish broadcasting". In , The Irish Times said Byrne was "unquestionably the most influential radio and television man in the history of the Irish State".
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