Dominic Monaghan is not a new name to all the viewers of Lord of the Rings trilogy as the English actor was able to grab the limelight with the portrayal of Meriadoc "Merry" Brandybuck in the epic fantasy adventure film series. Similarly, you might have seen him on your television screen quite often whether it is on Wild Things with Dominic Monaghan or X-Men Origins: Wolverine. However, the actor prefers to keep the details of his personal life inside a closed box.
Cameron Monaghan isn't your typical teen actor. That's because the year-old has the tricky responsibility of playing a gay high school student on Showtime's new Sunday-night series, "Shameless," the hourlong drama from producer John Wells about a working-class Chicago family led by an alcoholic patriarch played by Oscar nominee William H. He goes against the [common perception] of a gay teenager in just about every way, in that he's tough and strong, not flamboyant, and he's involved in the military with ROTC training.
He was also not scared to try both acting and modeling, knowing he had the talents flowing through his veins. The actor is popular for his role in the British comedy-drama series Shameless. Apart from his on-screen endeavors, there is so much more to know about the popular actor and model.
He also opened up about starring in such a racy role, how the role has already changed him and much more. AfterElton: Tell us about Ian Gallagher. Cameron Monaghan: Ian is the middle child of a struggling family in Chicago.
Often, our commenters will ask whether certain celebrities are gay, and it can be tough for us to answer. Diesel is married to a woman and has three kids. He has dated bisexual actress Michelle Rodriguez in the past, though.
Cameron Monaghan is best known as the gay teenager as the role of Ian Gallagher on the new Showtime series Shameless. He is also best known for his Joker character in Gotham. There are lots of speculations about his sexuality as he plays a gay teen on Showtime's Shameless.
March 23rd,pm. In response to his followers questions yesterday, actor Cameron Monaghan, who plays a gay teen on Showtime's Shameless, came out as a straight guy. Yes, I play a gay character.
This Friday Ireland goes to the polls to vote on the Marriage Equality Bill to decide whether to allow same-sex couples to marry with the same constitutional rights as couples of the opposite sex. Throughout the campaign polls have put public opinion firmly behind the Yes campaign — from 80 per cent in January, through to over 70 from February to April, but the latest poll by the Irish Times Newspaper puts the Yes vote on 58 per cent and the No vote on 25 per cent — with 17 per cent undecided. African and other Christians from different countries who have come to settle in Ireland have, in my opinion, been missed by the Irish media and the pollsters Paddy Monaghan.
And on Saturday it was euphoria, tears and even some overwhelmed disbelief as news dripped in, ballot box by ballot box, that the Irish had become the first people in the world to give a popular vote to gay marriage. On a gloriously sunny day in Dublin, the rainbow flags and scarves were bright, slung out of windows, draped around statues and over shoulders as couples walked arm in arm, hand in hand, gripping their loved ones as if this wondrous day might be snatched away. Celebrations were going ahead too in Galway, Cork and Westport, and dozens of venues across Ireland.
Groups travelled from as far as Newry and Dublin for the evening, which was the first time for many of the guests to experience Monaghan hospitality. The mock civil ceremony showed how the event itself would look in one of their well-lit function rooms, and was impressively decorated. Entertainment provided by the Boggie Band and drag queen Davina Davine showed the range available to the hotel; from traditional wedding bands to a bit of glitz and camp fun, with laughs from the crowds throughout. The only criticism is that staff were not able to identify which food offered was suitable for vegetarians or vegans, which should be a requirement in this day and age.