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But that could be as far as it goes. So I thought it was right down the alley. Off-camera, there was no funny business, if you were maybe expecting Spacey and Wright to be cracking jokes pre- and post-menage. Not that you, or anyone, would expect that. Instead, Darrow acknowledges that the moment was just like any other scene in the bigger picture. It was collaborative.
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Is Frank Underwood Gay or Bisexual, Here are Facts You Need To Know
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Frank Underwood is a character played by actor Kevin Spacey in the award-winning political thriller House of Cards. For his performance in the show, Spacey has been twice nominated for Best Actor at the Golden Globe Awards, of which he won one in Frank Underwood was born as the only child to his parents; Catherine, a homemaker, and Calvin T. Underwood, a peach farmer, on November 5, , in Gaffney, South Carolina. After leaving Harvard, Underwood went straight into politics, and at the young age of 25, he was elected to the South Carolina State Senate. He got reelected in before running to represent the 5th Congressional District of South Carolina at the U. House of Representatives in
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Troy L. Smith, Northeast Ohio Media Group. Photo: Netflix. Frank kills a dog. Steve's farewell present.
House of Cards showrunner Beau Willimon has spoken out about one of the show's most-talked about mysteries - President Underwood's sexuality. Married to Claire but enjoying threesomes with his bodyguard and having mildly homoerotic moments with author Tom Yates and former Chief of Staff Doug Stamper, Frank avoids talking about his sexuality, even in his asides. I quite like how unexplained it is, suggesting Frank follows his desires wherever they come and is not concerned with labels. Is he gay?