‘Stranger Things’ star Noah Schnapp comes out as gay

‘Stranger Things’ star Noah Schnapp comes out as gay

Stranger ThingsStar Noah Schnapp comes out to be gay: “Guess, I’m more like Will than I thought”

In a TikTok video, the actor spoke out about his TV alter ego.

The 18-year old actor is best known for his portrayal of Will Byers, a closeted gay teenager on Netflix’s hit sci fi series Stranger ThingsIn a TikTok video posted Thursday,, came out as gay. “I guess I’m closer to you.” [Will] He wrote the caption, “than I thought.”

Schnapp is seen reclining and lip-syncing with audio to say, “You know what it never has been?” That’s serious. It will not be that serious, quite frankly. Scnhapp stated, in text above the video, that “when I finally told my family and friends I was gay after being afraid in the closet for 18 year and all they said was “we know”.

Schnapp representatives stated that the actor did not have any further comments at this time.

Many have debated the sexual orientation of Schnapp’s TV alter ego. Stranger Things Fans over the years, and Schnapp confirmed last summer Will is gay and in love (with his best friend Mike)Finn Wolfhard). This revelation was made after Seasons worth of teases, hintsLike a season 3 episode where Mike shouted at him, “It is not your fault you don’t love girls!” Following a heated Dungeons & Dragonssession.

Schnapp stated that “Obviously, it was hinted in season 1”. Variety In July, after season 4’s second volume dropped. It was always there, but you never knew if it was him growing up slower than his friends. They made it very clear and obvious as he grew older. It’s now 100 percent clear that Mike is gay. It was a slow process.

Finn Wolfhard portrays Mike Wheeler, Noah Schnapp portrays Will Byers in ‘Stranger Things.

Finn Wolfhard portrays Mike Wheeler, Noah Schnapp portrays Will Byers in ‘Stranger Things.

Credit: Ursula Coyote/Netflix

Stranger Things Director and executive producer EW previously reported that Shawn Levy had said that the season 3 scene was in fact from Season 3. He said that the issue wasn’t solely about sexual orientation. However, he stated, “There aren’t many accidents on.” Stranger Things. Each character is given clear thought and strategy. If you were to leave, [season 4, volume 1] It’s not an accident that you feel those breadcrumbs of plot, character, and plot.

Schnapp had previously been coy about Will’s sexuality in interviews, but later admitted that it was open for interpretation. He said, “I think that’s what’s the beauty about it, that it’s up to the audience’s interpretation.” Submitted Variety In May. “If Will is refusing to grow up, growing up slower than his friends or if he really is gay.”

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