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“I don’t want to go sibilant.” 'In March, Tovey and his Him & Her co-star Sarah Solemani won best comedy performance at the Royal Television Society Awards for their roles. I think just by saying I’m gay and that people in the industry are offering me straight roles and audiences are happy with it, that’s enough for me.
“Half-smile with a hint of sadness,” he says, holding a mock-heroic pose before giggling and scrunching up his nose.
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“Don’t quote me on that, I nicked it from Alan Bennett.” On and off screen, the 30-year-old actor is an affable mix of serious and silly.
In person he is given as much to hoots of goofy laughter as he is to earnest reflection.
I've got a fantastic life, I have a wonderful relationship with my kids, and there's nothing lacking, but I'm leaning towards the idea that it's time for somebody to be brave enough to ask me out.'I've asked out guys in the past.“Every character I play is straight, which is unique, my agent says, because it’s not really been done before that someone who is completely out is able to play straight roles.So for me to play gay it has to be something special, because it might actually be more of a risk.'Describing himself as one of many “blokey gays” who don’t fit the stereotype of being camp and flamboyant, he says: “You get these guys who are really blokey one day and then six months after they’ve come out, they’re suddenly wearing crop tops and going sibilant. He's also asked if it's true he was going out with Gok Wan - he wasn't. PS Here's a rather curious/amusing comedy thing he did with Rob Brydon that hinges on him being a "straight-acting" gay man". Praised for the on-screen chemistry he shares with Solemani, Tovey is proud to be able to defy expectations. By the time I’m 40, I’ll probably play a northern, embittered drag queen.' Russell Tovey interviewed in The Times - by luck he's just done something for Sky Arts.