BY Advocate.com Editors
November 11 2009 10:35 AM ET
In an October interview with The Advocate, Glee’s Chris Colfer talked about his high school experiences, including not being out in high school because “people are killed in my hometown for that.”
A few weeks earlier, he had talked with Access Hollywood about his experiences coming out to his parents.
But now, in an interview with USA Today, Colfer says he doesn’t want to talk about his sexual orientation.
From USA Today: "Playing an openly gay kid means fielding questions about his own sexuality, which Colfer doesn't address. 'I try to keep up a mystery. As much as I give away of my personal life, the less people will believe me as other characters. I try to be private about it. It is what it is,' Colfer says with a shrug."
Read the full interview here.
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