Or somewhere in the middle. But damn you for making him say it aloud. And the prospect of speaking about it still perturbs him, thanks in part to an Advocate article that made him hate the gay media. Ironic, then, that the magazine he is now coming out to is also the Advocate. That sarcasm and anger cover up years of genuinely hurt feelings. What more do you want me to do?
Sean Hayes Biography
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His father, Ronald, a lithographer, left the family when Sean was a young child, leaving his mother to raise Sean Show more. His father, Ronald, a lithographer, left the family when Sean was a young child, leaving his mother to raise Sean and his four siblings as a single mother. His mother, Mary, works at a food bank. Sean supported himself as a classical pianist and as a member of a pop band for five years, while attending Illinois State University, where he majored in performance and orchestral conducting. He began his post-collegiate professional career in Chicago theatre, as musical director at the Pheasant Run Theater for several years, appearing on stage in several productions as well.
Sean Hayes is an American actor, comedian, and producer. His nationality is American and belongs to Irish descent. Talking about his parents, his father Ronald Hayes is a lithographer and mother Mary Hayes is the director of a non-profit food bank. His father left them when he was five years old, and he and his siblings Tracey, Michael, Kevin, and Dennis were raised by their mother.
He worked as a classical pianist, and served as a music director at the Pheasant Run Theater in St. Charles, Illinois. He also composed original music for a production of Antigone at the Steppenwolf Theatre Company in Chicago. Hayes moved to Los Angeles in , where he found work as a stand-up comedian, stage actor and as an actor in television commercials, including the Doritos ad, featuring Ali Landry, which aired during the Super Bowl. For many years Hayes declined to discuss his sexual orientation, saying he believed that audiences would therefore be more open-minded about his characters.