Happy Birthday: David Hyde Pierce

WILDsound Writing and Film Festival Review

David Hyde Pierce.jpgDavid Hyde Pierce

Born: April 3, 1959 in Saratoga Springs, New York, USA

Married to: Brian Hargrove (24 October 2008 – present)

[Speaking on “The View” on May 28, 2009, about his activism for same-sex marriage] I’ve been going [to marriage-equality rallies] because I had the experience of…having this private thing [marriage] suddenly dragged out into the public and having people I don’t know take a vote–I mean, can you imagine? If you’re married, the people in your state getting together and saying, “well, you know what, you’re not.” It’s a very odd thing. And I understand all the religious and emotional issues that are involved, but I don’t…it was a very angry-making feeling, both in November when it was taken away from me and this past Tuesday, sitting in front of my television wondering, “gee, I hope the Supreme Court thinks it’s okay for us to be married.” Excuse…

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