'Going Down in La-La Land' actor Michael Medico fiercely speculated to be a gay. Find out the truth
Since long, many speculations have been made regarding sexual orientations of famed celebrities. As of lately, many publications and media are talking about Michael Medico. With a remarkable career as an artist in the industry, Medico continues to draw further attention as fans and tabloids all over are pressing upon his real orientation.
Up until his interviews of last year, Medico has been denying the rumors of him being gay. This handsome hunk has never made any public statement about this. So as of yet all rumors about him being gay remain unfounded and unproven. Nevertheless, guesswork over whether Medico is gay or not is still present in certain corners of the tabloids and on various websites.
With almost 2k followers on Twitter and 2.5k on Facebook, Medico has been quite active on social networking sites. And whats more, fans and followers have openly admitted their certainty that their beloved actor is gay. Based on Medico’s online presence and his onscreen portrayal, fans all over have already put him under the category of ‘hot gay men’.
So Medico coming out of the closet until the end of 2016 would not be a surprise.
Medico was rumored to be with Emily Deschanel as husband and wife at the end of 2007. But this also has not been confirmed, like other rumors surrounding him. No news of his affair, or being married, or having divorce has escalated to a point where Medico himself had to step up and clear. But it would be great news if he actually did share his personal life with his fans.
With his skillful presence in movies such as Bitch, Power Play, and Miss March Mishap as an actor and also a director, he has seen the glory and fame as an artist. Before directing, he spent many years in NYC and LA in theater and his credits till date includes Old Globe, Shakespeare Theatre, San Jose Rep, Huntington, McCarter and so on. He is also the creator and director of A2IM's anti-piracy campaign entitled "Stealing Sucks." (featuring the band "his orchestra").
After moving to LA, Medico created and produced "Hot In Hollywood", a celebrity-driven benefit that raised more than half a million dollars in only 3 years for domestic and international AIDS organizations. It starred more that 50 celebrities including Neil Patrick Harris, America Ferrera, Jane Lynch, Josh Radnor, Holland Taylor, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Jaime Presley, and Zack Quinto.
Michael studied acting at the British American Drama Academy and received a BFA from Boston University. In 2009, he received Boston University's highest honor: the Distinguished Young Alumni Award.
His net worth is estimated to be around $1 million at the age of 37.