The actor says she does what she wants and what she wanted to do was get married.
January 20 2023 1:02 PM
The latest news about Ryan Murphy, the gay writer and creator of television shows The New Normal, Glee, Popular, Nip/Tuck, and American Horror Story. The success of the television show Glee has also helped launch the careers of young stars Lea Michele, Chris Colfer, Kevin McHale, Mark Salling, and threw lesbian actress and comedian Jane Lynch into the national spotlight. Ryan Murphy also wrote the screenplay for the feature length film Eat, Pray, Love, which stars Julia Roberts. An ex of prominent director Bill Condon, Murphy is married to David Miller, a photographer, with whom he has a son named Logan.
Praising queer creatives like Billy Porter, Niecy Nash, and Michaela Jae Rodriguez, Murphy accepted a lifetime achievement award.
Ryan Murphy's latest two series have come out around the same time and have certain things in common.
The series uses cutting-edge A.I. technology to bring Warhol's voice to life in this intimate portrait of the art icon.
The Ryan Murphy-produced miniseries of the legendary gay designer takes viewers back to Studio 54.
With bold beautiful colors, production numbers, and a sweet story of two girls in love, The Prom looks like it's going to make us laugh and cry.
Paulson plays a young version of the sadistic Nurse Ratched in the latest offering from Ryan Murphy.
Murphy and Mock chat with The Advocate about the aspirational Netflix series that hands back narratives to queer people, people of color, and women whose stories were denied.
The series is the third installment in Ryan Murphy's American Crime anthology that Monica Lewinsky will co-produce.
Ryan Murphy is producing the film, which reunites Jim Parsons, Zachary Quinto, Andrew Rannells, Matt Bomer, and more.
The Broadway show about a same-sex couple banned from prom made waves at the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade last year when two women kissed on air.
From Bohemian Rhapsody to Pose, 2018 saw the reemergence of HIV stories that had been missing from recent pop culture.