Popular television star Matt Bomer just dropped a major bombshell in a brand new interview courtesy of Details magazine — he’s been married for three whole years!
Fans of his popular USA network program “White Collar” might be a bit disappointed to hear that the dashing star wed love Simon Halls all the way back in 2011.
W 1996 roku ukończył Klein High School w Spring w stanie Teksas, do której uczęszczał wspólnie z aktorami Lee Pace'm i Lynn Collins Debiutował na szklanym ekranie niewielką rolą Iana Kiplinga w operze mydlanej ABC Wszystkie moje dzieci (All My Children, 2000).
Potem zastąpił aktora Gregory’ego Burke’a i wcielił się w postać Bena Reade w operze mydlanej CBS Guiding Light (2002-2003) oraz pojawił się jako Ross w serialu Fox Television Gorące Hawaje (North Shore, 2004).
In Simon Halls' Linked In, he lists the University of South California under his education and is part of an alumni group from a boys prep school, Crescent School, in Toronto, Canada.
Much to the likely dismay of many eager fans, he’s no longer on the market.
The marriage took place roughly one year before Bomer officially came out to the public as a gay man.
Matt Bomer says he had to "cover his tracks" in order to survive high school as a gay teenager.
Honored with an "Inspiration Award" alongside partner Simon Halls at the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network's (GLSEN) Respect Awards, the "White Collar" hunk told the crowd, "When I was in high school, there was no safe haven, there was no outlet for you to speak your mind.