Every Reason Mike Faist Is Not Gay; But Adorable Girlfriend Is Enough

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Every Reason Mike Faist Is Not Gay; But Adorable Girlfriend Is Enough

Celebrity status comes with many quirks, among which gay rumors is one. 

To American actor Mike Faist, gay rumors are his least concern as he has a beautiful relationship with his girlfriend. He has colored his social media with cute gestures of love towards girlfriend. From boating to movie dates, Mike has been giving relationship goals for many, from his dating life. 

Well, let's take a look, how cute Mike's dating life really is and how it deflects away from the gay rumors on the way! 

Boating With Girlfriend; Love May Take To Getting Married 

Mike is not single as he has a girlfriend, with whom he shares a committed relationship.

The Grief of Others star, who started his early adulthood days doing construction work for his family's real estate business, has been dating a professional dancer named Alexis Tilly Evans-Krueger.

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Although Mike hasn't mentioned how or where they first met or the fact how long they have been dating, he shares his some of his private moments with Alexis through his Instagram.

Their dating affair came to light after the Wilding star shared an Instagram image of the couple on 31 January 2018 captioning the picture as

"I love (1) one man ? ?."

Mike Faist shares laughter with Alexis on 31 January 2018 (Photo: Mike Faist's Instagram)

Likewise, Mike made the couple's another moment evident to all by sharing an Instagram image on 31 March 2018.

He posted a picture along with his girlfriend and mentioned going to a bakery named Schmakerys. Another moment was shared on 23 April 2018 via Mike's Instagram, where Mike took his girlfriend on boating.

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By the looks of it, Mike, who celebrates his birthday on every 5th January, likes spending personal time with his girlfriend, Alexis. 

The couple is having the time of their life and has made their cute gestures to all through their social media. However, they are yet to reveal any future plans for leveling up their relationship to getting married. 

Considering their love for each other, the couple may not take much time to pronounce themselves as husband and wife. 

Gay Rumors

As part of the fame, Mike Faist, who made his Broadway production appearing in the 2013 production Newsies, is no exception to gay rumors. Also, the 26-year-old actor has neither outrightly expressed his opinions on the gay community nor openly supported in any advocacy of sorts.

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However, the gay rumors have been questioning Mike's sexuality despite that. As the answer to all, Mike has developed an adorable relationship with his girlfriend, which certainly speaks of his straight sexuality. 

Unless the actor himself comes with something shocking regarding his sexuality, it would not be wrong to assume Mike of having straight sexuality.  

Talks About Skipping Social Media; Upcoming Projects

Mike, who plays Connor Murphy in the series Dear Evan Hansen, distances himself when it comes to signing autographs for the show's fans. He appeared in a 2017 interview with MTV in which he revealed the reason for not being there to sign the autographs.

In the interview, Mike mentioned that he didn't want his fans to the real him which is quite different from his onscreen persona. Further, he also explained that although he had an account on Twitter, he never used it and was not active on any social media site. 

Although his character on the show died of a suicide, Mike is still getting acting jobs. He is set to appear as a lead cast in the upcoming series Panic, based on the best-selling book by writer Lauren Oliver. In the show, Mike will play the role of Dodge Mason and will feature alongside Olivia Welch and Ashlei Sharpe Chestnut.

Moreover, he will also perform in the soon-to-be-released Broadway production, Days of Rage. In the show, which will open on 30 October 2018, Mike will be seen sharing the screen along with Tavi Gevinson, Odessa Young, and J. Alphonse Nicholson.