I actually think that movie came out before Will and Grace, and I think he had done a couple of other gay indie films as well. I'm just not interested enough to go to imdb and research it though.I'd rather be represented by Sean Hayes than Perez Hilton.
Didn't he make "Billy's Hollywood Screen Kiss" about the same time as W&G? He may not have danced in a Pride parade, but he was out.
What a tempest in a teapot! Even without Mr. Hayes publicly acknowledging his sexual orientation, did he really think that he had a chance to play Rambo 12?
And Frank: Gay stereotypes exist, why? Because there are a lot of gay people that act that way. Sometimes, representing people as stereotypes can be offensive, I'll admit, but I usually find it amusing. I certainly don't think that Will and Grace did anything to harm the LGBT rights movement. Certainly Jack was a stereotype, but not an offensive one, as he was played by Mr. Hayes. I still watch the re-runs sometimes, and I always laugh.
Favorite line: Jack - "There's my car! It's a HUFF and I'm LEAVING in it!"