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They won in a landslide, with 35% of the on-line vote. Saved under Around Town, Nightlife, Music & Dance, Theater Tags: Michael Greif, Daniel Sullivan, Randy Harrison, I’m Getting My Act Together and Taking It On the Road, Gretchen Cryer, Nancy Ford, Chad Beguelin, Harbor, Primary Stages, Queer As Folk, Gale Harold, Kathleen Marshall BY DAVID NOH | Randy Harrison is forever burned into the consciousness of a gay generation for playing Justin Taylor, the ultimate irresistibly innocent twink on the groundbreaking TV series “Queer as Folk.” Since that show wrapped in 2005, he’s carved out a solid theatrical career for himself in New York and regionally, and is now appearing in Chad Beguelin’s play “Harbor” for Primary Stages (59E59 Theaters, 59 E. My estranged sister shows up with her teenaged daughter I haven’t seen in over 10 years, and our cozy system is sort of shattered. I’d read the script a few years when they did it out of town and I loved it, so when the audition came around I said, ‘I know this part!Justin is unable to process Chris Hobbs' attack, or to accept physical contact, despite Brian's best efforts. Having lost hand control from his bashing, Justin quits art school (he's lost the fine motor skills needed to hold a brush.) Michael decides to quit the Big Q and risks all to buy a comic book store.Ted ditches his new accounting job to start his own porno website. Michael decides to continue dating HIV positive Ben, despite the objections of Brian, Ted, Emmett, and his mother, Debbie.

What I've learned most while working on Queer as Folk has come really indirectly, less from playing Justin Taylor than from dealing with press, corporations, advertisers, the gay community, and fans of the show.Everything is skewed differently based on the region and the makeup of the region. Has the accident changed you regarding how you feel about life and your career?The crew was amazing and we had great Canadian independent film directors. Harrison had just graduated with a musical theater degree from Cincinnati Conservatory of Music when he debuted in 2000 as teenager Justin Taylor in Showtime’s American version of the British hit, , a role created by Joel Grey in the original 1966 Broadway production.