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Noah's Arc star, beefcake model, activist and R20 fave Darryl Stephens appeared on the Desperate Housewives finale last night—in a scene with Marcia Cross, no less.
Bravo to the growing prime time exposure for Darryl, who also had a small role on Private Practice and on Ugly Betty before its cancellation. Via DJ SirRahPro's radio show, watch AFTER THE JUMP ...
Posted by Rod at 12:30 in Darryl Stephens, Desperate Housewives, Entertainment, Gay | Permalink
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As someone else stated in another blog or chat....this was his second appearance as a Gay character on ABC. He was also a guest on my fav show Private Practice.
17 May 2011 at 12:48
Loves me some Darryl. I have both seasons and the movie from Noah's Arc and watch it at least once a month. Between that and SATC the full series and movies, I'm set, lol
17 May 2011 at 12:59
yea --was good to see him. sorry he had such a minor part but definitely was refreshing
17 May 2011 at 13:55
He is actually pretty funny...good for him. Don't find him attractive, but good for him.
17 May 2011 at 14:53
@Antonio...I agree with you 100%
17 May 2011 at 15:20
Hey - there was a SECOND actor from NOAH'S ARC on the episode. Right? Wasn't that was Christian Vincent aka Ricky who handed Bree's date the drink. It looked like him to me!
18 May 2011 at 08:33
Instead of bit parts, I want to see Darryl, and Christian and Jensen full time. Bring back Noah's Arc!
Distant Lover |
18 May 2011 at 10:42
He's a good actor and I wish that he'd have larger parts and not bit parts like the one on Desperate Housewives. In addition, he played a gay man in Desperate Housewives. I don't want him assigned to the "ghetto" of only playing gay roles. Playing bit parts and only gay roles does not an great acting career make.
18 May 2011 at 11:44
True Dean but this is what happens when you come out.
Neil P Harris was already in the part of womanizer Barney when he came out, so they couldn't exactly try and camp him up but I bet they wanted to!
Hollywood is made and thrives of stereotypes. And it works. Look at all the movies that have brought in the big bucks? Funny guy, guy gets girl, bad guy with the English accent, black best friend, sassy gay best friend...and so on.
19 May 2011 at 03:00
(Facepalm) Oh, dear, that's... Desperate. Yes, please, let's get Darryl some work worthy of his terrific talent, regardless of the orientation of the character. A good role is a good role.
Andy Niable |
19 May 2011 at 05:44
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