Bomer actually met Halls because he worked as his very own publicist.
Halls currently works for a firm called Slate PR, which is run out of Los Angeles, California. Although the most ardent Bomer enthusiasts might be a little sad to hear that one of their favorite dark-haired Hollywood hunks is happily wed and unavailable, they surely wish the couple a lifetime of wedded bliss, too.
“You are the example that the rest of our country needs to wake up and see in terms of equality and putting an end to the bullying epidemic and making sure that every family is respected in our schools and our society," Manganiello, who also reportedly attended college with Bomer, is quoted as saying.
Perez Hilton notes that Halls also chimed in, noting, "Having kids teaches you so many things, and one of the things we both have learned in our parenting journey is how loving and accepting and open children's minds and hearts are." Not everyone has been so supportive of Bomer's career.
At the time, the public was unaware that the two were actually married.
Bomer’s announcement wasn’t exactly a shocking revelation to many, however.
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I commend Bomer and Halls for being so wholly devoted to their family and it is clear that regardless of how big they are in the business, their love and children are what matters most. There’s a security, a validity of knowing that it’s legal. It’s just a feeling, I guess — something about saying vows in front the people around you who love and support you.
Aren't we supposed to believe the fantasy that one day our favorite actors will fall in love with us because they're all clearly very heterosexual? Besides being one of the luckiest men on planet Earth, Halls has made quite a name for himself in the PR world in Hollywood.
Well, obviously that's not the case, and my surprise at hearing about his marriage and family quickly turned to ~emoji heart eyes~ as I read the comments that Bomer made about his "secret" husband he'd been keeping so private throughout his career. He left his previous firm, PMK, when they merged with brand-PR agency BNC in 2010, and went on to start his own highly successful PR firm with some of the biggest Hollywood names as clientele.
In August, "American Psycho" scribe Bret Easton Ellis slammed the possible casting of Bomer as Christian Grey in the highly-anticipated movie version of "Fifty Shades of Grey" as "absolutely ludicrous" because the actor is openly gay.
"I am NOT discriminating against Matt Bomer," Ellis tweeted.