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Gabriel Garko: “Coming out has improved my life”

Gabriel Garko: “Coming out has improved my life”

Gabriel Garko granted an interview to the weekly Chi with which he took stock of a series of events relating to his private sphere.

As we recall, the Turin actor, last September, during the first weeks of GF Vip 5, came out, talking about it, in a more intimate interview, especially with Verissimo.

Gabriel Garko wanted to reply to Massimo Giletti that, in his program Non è l’Arena, he spoke of the actor’s coming out, defining it as an “event of a period that is not exactly lucky”, as we read in the weekly.

Gabriel Garko: the statements on coming out

Months later, the actor wanted to make it clear that coming out has only brought benefits to his life:

It left me dismayed because in a period like this, where the Zan bill against homotransphobia is discussed every day, words make the difference. My coming out only made my life better. The next day, I was afraid to leave the house. I felt naked. Instead, I was greeted with a warmth I had never felt before. There are people who, even today, thank me for having given them the strength and courage to replicate my path and others who, from that moment on, appreciate me even more.

Also from a working point of view, Garko is experiencing a lucky period:

I am considering several proposals and, shortly, they will start shooting a film where I will star with Nicolas Cage, Eric Roberts and John Malkovich. The clichés that a homosexual actor stop working no longer have a reason to exist.

From his statements, however, it is clear that the rumors that have accompanied him throughout his career have not gone unnoticed at all:

You don’t mess with people’s lives. But now I’m getting the callus: over the years, I’ve been given the B-league actor, the “best * octa”, the remade, the gay for convenience. It is well established that my character is always seen in a different way and I notice it every time I meet someone. The phrase “I used to make you different” is now a classic.

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