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At age 15, he left the church (he was Pentecostal).
He gave acting a shot after his friend Susan Landau Finch, Martin Landau's daughter, encouraged him.
He made his feature film debut in Paul Scheuring's 36K as "Booker".
He has been on the cover of prominant gay magazine, Advocate, twice.
In late 2006, he appeared in Falling for Grace (East Broadway) as Andrew Barrington, Jr.
He departed the series Vanished after seven episodes, after his character was killed off by the show's producers. He appeared only as corpse in the 8th episode.
He is straight, despite playing Brian Kinney on Queer as Folk.
He is working with his childhood idol David Bowie, as an associate producer of the upcoming documentary Scott Walker: 30 Century Man.
He smokes American Spirit cigarettes.
He has appeared in many theater productions.
He began acting when he was 28 years old.
He calls the city of Toronto his home.
He attended South West Dekalb High School.
His influences include Jack London, Gandalf and David Bowie.
He was raised in a Pentecostal household.
He reads The Nation magazine religiously.
On the inside of his right middle finger, he has a tattoo of the word RESIST.
He earned a soccer scholarship to American University in Washington D.C.
He made his stage debut in the Off-Broadway production of Austin Pendleton’s Uncle Bob in 2001. He played the role of Josh.
He is 6'3" (1.91 m) in height.
He worked as a carpenter before starring in Queer as Folk.
He has an older sister and a younger brother.