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VISCO: You came out to Michael Musto when he was writing his column in 2012? VISCO: Do you think coming out has limited your ability to play straight roles? It’s opened up doors and windows that I didn’t even know existed. I didn’t want to do a Zachary Quinto “me, me, me” coming out. VISCO: Did you know your co-star Michael Willett before? I think that a lot of audiences are going to connect with this in a major way. I guess when you have a sick kid, you never get over that. I’m such a contradiction: I eat really healthy, I go to the gym, but then I smoke two or three cigarettes a day, and I smoke other things as well. But sometimes I feel like I’m more sensitive to little things.
[April 2006]Plays Punky Givens in "The Dark at the Top of the Stairs" play by William Inge (Transport Theatre Company at the Connelly Theatre, New York City, New York, USA).
Also starring Tony Award Winner Michele Pawk and Donna Lynne Champlin.
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