Jason Nidorf "Max" Mutchnick is an American television producer. He has received an Emmy Award, a People's Choice Award, and several Golden Globe Award nominations.

Born: November 11, 1965 (age 55 years), Chicago, IL

Children: 2

Spouse(s): Erik Hyman  (m. 2008)

Movies: Will & Grace, Will and Grace - Season 5, Will and Grace - Season 6, Strange Brew, Clipped

When asked when did he know he was gay, he replied: “When I outgrew my mother's high heels."


Michael Musto is an American journalist who has long been a prevalent presence in entertainment-related publications, as well as on websites and television shows.

Born: December 3, 1955 (age 65 years), Brooklyn, New York, NY

When asked when did he know he was gay, he replied: "When the hormones first came at age 7, I actually thought I could go either way, feeling so overwhelmingly sexual, but clearly I had entered my first self-delusion. I prayed to God to make me like women, it would have made things so much easier but even He had no interest in straightening out the little nelly. By the time Tarzan hit the tube with hot Ron Ely in the loinclothed leading role, I knew my place and was proud of it, becoming totally hooked on homo.”


Stephen John Fry is an English actor, broadcaster, comedian, director, and writer. He first came to prominence in the 1980s as one half of the comic double act Fry and Laurie, alongside Hugh Laurie, with the two starring in A Bit of Fry & Laurie and Jeeves and Wooster.

Born: 24 August 1957 (age 63); London, England 

Spouse(s): Elliott Spencer; (m. 2015)

When asked when did he know he was gay, he replied: “When I was born, I remember looking back up at my mother and saying, ‘That's the last time I'm going up one of those.’”


Rick Copp is an American television writer, story editor, producer and occasional actor. He was executive story editor for 11 episodes and writer for two episodes of the short-lived 1991 NBC sitcom Flesh 'n' Blood. He also wrote for Flying Blind, The Golden Girls and Wings, among others.

Born: August 20, 1964 (age 56 years), Bar Harbor, ME 

Books: The Actor's Guide to Murder, The Actor’s Guide to Greed

Movies: Where the Bears Are 2, Where the Bears Are

When asked when did he know he was gay, he replied: "People always remember where they were when they heard the news that President Kennedy had been shot, I wasn't born until a year after but I sure as hell remember exactly what I was doing on that fateful day in 1977 when Farrah Fawcett announced that she would not return for the second season of Charlie's Angels.”