American actor Jack Falahee already had a huge influence on many gay fans to help them get comfortable with their sexualities with his on-screen gay role, but that brought an equal amount of questions about his sexual preference. So does he swing for the other team in real life?

Jack Falahee is quite known for his portrayal of Connor Walsh on the ABC television drama How to Get Away with Murder and for his role as Frank Stringfellow on the PBS drama, Mercy Street.

Relating With His Role: Jack Falahee tells his imagination of how his character would escape prison on Vanity Fair (Published on 24 February 2015)

In September 2015, Jack participated in the Nautica Malibu Triathlon alongside Disney to raise money for the pediatric cancer research program for Los Angeles Children’s Hospital and raised more than $12,000 in donations.

Jack Falahee Grasps Immense Fame At Mere Age Of 29

Born on 20 February 1989, Jack Ryan Falahee was raised in Ann Arbor where he attended a Catholic school. It was when he started attending Huron High School that he piqued interest in acting.

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Jack graduated from Tisch School of the Arts of the New York University with a BFA in Drama and performed in several productions like A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Love’s Labour’s Lost, and Company.

The 29-year-old actor had his first screen acting in 2012 as a guest starring role in the comedy web series, Submissions Only. He had his first leading role in one of the known short movies, Sunburn.

It was in 2013 that Jack made his television debut in The CW comedy-drama series, The Carrie Diaries. His skills soon led him to star alongside Nicolas Cage and Aubrey Peeples in action-thriller Rage in 2014.

He has done a number of movies including Escape from Polygamy, Hunter, Slider, and Lily & Kat among many others.

Jack gained a considerable amount of fame when he appeared as a regular in the ABC legal drama series, How to Get Away with Murder in February 2014 when he starred alongside Aja Naomi, Alfred Enoch, Karla Souza, and Matt McGorry.

Another of his known tv shows is the PBS period drama, Mercy Street that premiered in January 2016.

Is Jack Falahee Gay In Reality?

While Jack played the gay character, Connor Wash in the drama, How to Get Away with Murder, he had never openly talked about his sexuality.

In the series, he plays a gay character who is dating his HIV-positive gay partner, Oliver, which is played by Conrad Ricamora.

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Let’s not forget to mention the kinky scene Jack had with Conrad, and he shared his awkward experience on Twitter with a photo of himself shirtless in front of the makeover mirror.

Yes, shirtless. And boy that was a delightful treat for many gay guys.

Is It Getting Hot There?: Jack Falahee kisses his onscreen gay partner, Oliver (Conrad Ricamora) on the set of How to Get Away with Murder (Photo:

But guess what? In November 2016, Jack came out, not as a gay but openly expressed his support for the LGBTQ community.

Then it was the fangirls’ turn to melt over his shirtless pictures. He really respects his gay role as that helped many of his fans to gather courage and come out of the closet.

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Jack Already Has A Companion Named 'Banjo'

So that might get you wondering about his dating status with his possible girlfriend. Well, Jack hasn’t talked about his girlfriend or his dating motive, so that’s probably one of the signs that he is not in a hurry to search for a companion.

Because he already has an adorable furry companion; his dog, Banjo.

Jack is immensely affectionate of his dog, and you can bet that his Instagram feed is filled with cute pictures of his four-legged friend.

So, yeah, if Jack does get a girlfriend or does anything to sprinkle some salt in his dating life, we’ll be here to let you know about it as fast as a bullet train.