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Entertainment 'The Flash' actor comes out as gay

00:20  15 february  2020
00:20  15 february  2020 Source:   wonderwall.com

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I’m gay ,” said the Zimbabwe-born actor in the video, which has been viewed nearly 30,000 times as of Friday afternoon. Cosnett is the latest in a string of stars who have come out as LGBTQ over the past year alone, including YouTuber and talk show host Lilly Singh, “American Crime” star Connor

Rick Cosnett of The Flash has come out as gay . The 36-year-old actor opened up about his orientation with a candid Instagram video on Friday Explaining why it was his time to come out , Rick said: '[I] just wanted everyone to know because I made a promise to myself to live my truth everyday.'

Rick Cosnett, who starred as Detective Eddie Thawne in "The Flash," has come out as gay.

Rick Cosnett holding a sign posing for the camera: Rick Cosnett attends the 26th New York African Film Festival in New York City on May 30, 2019.© M Stan Reaves/Shutterstock Rick Cosnett attends the 26th New York African Film Festival in New York City on May 30, 2019.

The actor announced the news on Instagram in a minute-long video.

"Hi, everyone. Dramatic pause … I'm gay," he said. "I just wanted everyone to know because I've made a promise to myself to, uh, live my truth every day, and sometimes that is a really hard thing to do when you have all these subconscious things you don't even know about from childhood, and from society, and from … just life."

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The ' Flash ' star took to instagram to share a video in which he comes out as gay as he makes a promise to live his truth everyday.

Rick Cosnett, who starred on The Flash and The Vampire Diaries, has come out as gay in an honest and cheerful post on Instagram. The actor , best known for playing Iris’ (Candice Patton) love interest in the first season of The Flash as well as one of The Vampire Diaries‘ season 5 villains, shared the

A post shared by Rick Cosnett (@rickcosnett) on Feb 13, 2020 at 3:24pm PST

Rick, 36, said many of his fans likely suspected he was gay.

"So, there you go. I'm sure most of you probably knew anyway. And, yeah, that's actually all I wanted to say," he said. "I also have a sty on my eye, which really adds to the whole drama of the whole thing."

His reveal prompted many of his friends and former costars to comment.

Candice Patton, who starred in "The Flash" with Rick, wrote, "you're one of the good ones. love u." Danielle Panabaker posted a red heart emoji. Stage actor Hugo Bonemer added, "so proud of you," along with a rainbow emoji.

Rick also starred in "The Vampire Diaries" and "Quantico."

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