Is Nolan Gould Gay? Wants Girlfriend For Character But What About Dating In Real Life?
Quick Fact Check
- Date of Birth 1998-10-28
- Age 20 Years 7 Month(s)
- Nationality American
- Profession Actor
- Zodiac Sign Scorpio
- Ethnicity/Race Mixed
- Father Edwin Gould
- Mother Angela Gould
The ABC sitcom Modern Family is a hit, and many people enjoy watching the sitcom.
Those who are big fans of Modern Family might also know the character of the youngest sibling in the sitcom, Luke Dunphy which was played by Nolan Gould.
So today we address the love life of this young and upcoming actor and see if he has a real-life girlfriend apart from willing to have one on-screen. We also find out if he is gay as people often speculate.
Co-Star Girlfriend? Who's Nolan Dating Now?
Nolan famously wanted his character in "Modern Family," "Luke" to have a girlfriend.
He became socially open that he wanted a girl for Luke in the 2014 season of "Modern Family" by posting a picture of him showing his physique. But apart from this, does this rising talent have a real-life girlfriend?
Well, he was rumored to be dating teenage acting sensation, Joey King. But those rumors were not addressed by either of them and thus, no major information about the truth behind the story and the nature of their connection has come forth from them.
Nolan Gould and Joey King were rumored to have hooked up (Photo: whosdatedwho.com)
Moreover, Nolan was also linked with his "Modern Family" co-star Ariel Winter as there were reports of them dating. The presence of romantic essence between the Television siblings was seen in an ample amount.
Nolan and his rumored girlfriend vacationing (Photo:- Nolan Gould's Instagram)
Back in 2016 when Nolan was asked if he could date Ariel, he said he did not want to risk the friendship between them.
"No, I love her but she's a really good friend. We grew up together. It's an interesting world for young kids, to have another person go through the exact same thing as you and be able to talk about that, I would never wanna waste that."
Also, Ariel had someone else in her life, and the two were seen sharing a passionate kiss with one another.
As of most recent, the 20-year-old actor is romantically linked with model Hannah Glasby. The pair has been dating each other since July of 2017.
Nolan and Hannah photographed shopping in farmer's market (Photo:- zimbio.com)
Nolan and his model girlfriend's first public sighting came in the form of a date at a Farmer's Market. Since then, they seem to have made a tradition of out of visiting local farmer's market every chance they get.
Nolan Stars As Gay In Suicide Awareness Music Video
Although Nolan may not be gay, his allegiance to the LGBTQ struggles is well documented.
In August 2017, he starred in Logic's music video for his single off his sophomore album titled "1-800-273-8255" as a gay teen boyfriend opposite of Coy Stewart.
When asked about what was it like to be straight and play gay roles by Too Fab, he merely quipped:
"It’s really fun to get to play different roles like this character in the music video who happens to be gay and as an actor that isn’t something that scares me, playing a gay character."
As of 1st November 2018, the music video has amassed 302 million views on YouTube.
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Nolan Gould's Bio Including Net Worth
Born on October 28, 1998, Nolan Gould is an American actor who is best known for his role as Luke in the famous ABC sitcom "Modern Family".
The producers of the very sitcom pay Nolan with a hefty amount of $75 Thousand per episode and thus, one can assume that he has earned a lot in his young career. This is indeed true as he boasts a staggering net worth of $9 million as a result of his hard work and determination.
The hit ABC sitcom is currently in it's 10th season, which aired on 27th September 2018. Ever since the show's creator Christopher Llyod announced that a major character would die in the series' 10th offering, fans and stars alike have pondered upon who the character might be.
In the US Weekly interview, Nolan professed his fear by claiming that his character might be the one to get the ax.