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'Two And A Half Men' Star Holland Taylor Opens Up About Her Sexuality

  " Two and a Half Men " actress Holland Taylor opened up about her sexuality in a recent interview and revealed that she's in a long-term relationship with another woman. The 72-year-old star, who nabbed a 2013 Tony Award nomination for her solo Broadway play, "Ann," made the revelation when WNYC's Anna Sale asked her if she'd ever consider marrying in the Nov. 25 interview. "My relationship is with a woman, Taylor said, Given my generation, [marriage] would not be something that would automatically occur to me. But she's mentioned it because just from a spiritual point of view, from a heart point of view, as a deed that has a very rich symbolic gesture to it." Taylor did not reveal the identity of her girlfriend, but nonetheless specified, "Theres a very big age difference between us which Im sure shocks a lot of people, and it startles me." She was also quick to clarify that this was not a coming out moment for her because she was already living open and authentically. "Ive been really wrestling with this lately, because most of my relationships have been with women and I dont like talking about them because I dont like talking about the politics of it all because Im not political about it," she said. "I think were ridiculous in this country about it ... And so, its awkward because if I talk about relationships in my life or people that have been in my life, or somebody Ive been seeing for a while or this, that and the other thing, Id like to be able to just say that, without having to stop and say, So have you come out? No, I havent come out because I am out. I live out.   Read More...   //feeds.huffingtonpost.com/c/35496/f/677094/s/4be64344/sc/38/l/0L0Shuffingtonpost0N0C20A150C110C30A0Cholland0Etaylor0Esame0Esex0Erelationship0In0I86844480Bhtml0Dutm0Ihp0Iref0Ftv0Gir0FTV/story01.htm

Charlie Sheen Says He Has H.I.V. and Has Paid Millions to Keep It Secret

The actor said he had known about the diagnosis for about four years. It is a hard three letters to absorb, he said on the Today show.   Read More... //rss.nytimes.com/c/34625/f/640354/s/4b92432b/sc/14/l/0L0Snytimes0N0C20A150C110C180Cbusiness0Ccharlie0Esheen0Ehiv0Epositive0Bhtml0Dpartner0Frss0Gemc0Frss/story01.htm

Read Jon Cryer's Painful Inside Account of Charlie Sheen's Meltdown

  Jon Cryer starred opposite Charlie Sheen for seven seasons before the Two and a Half Men star's now-infamous meltdown. In an excerpt from Cryer's new memoir, So That Happened , obtained by The Hollywood Reporter , Cryer recalls the disturbing and sad details of watching his friend hit rock bottom.   Read More... //www.tvguide.com/news/jon-cryer-memoir-charlie-sheen-meltdown/?rss=breakingnews

Charlie Sheen Calls 'Two and a Half Men' Series Finale 'Stupid'

The former Charlie Harper depicter taunts 'Men' creator Chuck Lorre when asked about the show's ending, saying, 'You must feel safe, motherf***er.'   Read More... //www.aceshowbiz.com/news/view/00080971.html

Chuck Lorre Explains Why Charlie Sheen Did (or Didn't) Appear in the 'Two and a Half Men' Finale

There were several surprise cameos as CBS' Chuck Lorre comedy bid farewell after 12 seasons.   Read More... //feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/pBusbjPswQE/story01.htm

'Two and a Half Men' series finale, with or without Charlie Sheen, is 'a sticky wicket'

The end is here for those "men, men, men, men, manly men."The success of "Two and a Half Men" speaks for itself, given the CBS sitcom's 12 seasons and its sustained popularity after a major retooling in 2011, when Ashton Kutcher's Walden replaced founding cast member Charlie Sheen's Charlie. And along the way, Jon Cryer earned two Emmys for the show as Alan ... so a lot of television history will be bound up in the hour-long series wrap-up Thursday (Feb. 19), also featuring Conchata Ferrell's last stand as sassy housekeeper Berta."I think we're going to have a finale that you'll be very, very pleased with," says executive producer and co-creator Chuck Lorre, who's been doing his best to keep the details of it under wraps, though the plot does pose the thought that the fictional Charlie might still be alive. Lorre adds "it would be inappropriate here to not acknowledge the extraordinary success we... //feedproxy.google.com/~r/Zap2it/~3/yYSJ87OVfSk/two_and_a_half_men_series_finale_charlie_sheen_chuck_lorre_jon_cryer_ashton_kutcher-2015-02

5 Reasons Charlie Sheen Needs to Be on the Two and a Half Men Series Finale

Will he or won't he? Two and a Half Men wraps up its 12-year run on Thursday with a one-hour episode (9/8c, CBS), and as always, Charlie Sheen is the center of attention. CBS has been tight-lipped about the actor's possible return, which would come four years after his cataclysmic meltdown and ...   Read More...   //www.tvguide.com/news/two-and-a-half-men-series-finale-charlie-sheen/?rss=breakingnews

'Two and a Half Men's' Chuck Lorre: Finale Will "Acknowledge Everything We've Been Through"

The prolific producer talks with THR about bringing his veteran CBS comedy which he describes as "two different shows" to an end.   Read More... //feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/V0kP55CXZKg/story01.htm

'Two and a Half Men' 5 Most Controversial Moments

The long-running CBS sitcom finally turns off the lights this week after 12 seasons, some bumpier than others.   Read More... //feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/IPgH7rgTi8Y/story01.htm

'Two and a Half Men's' Jon Cryer 'conspicuously' left out of a day of series finale shooting

There is but one episode left of "Two and a Half Men," as its 12-year run comes to an end next week. Jon Cryer tells Zap2it that he hopes to see his character Alan "get rich" or "move out," something to help him "grow up in some way." It looks like he's well on his way, as the penultimate episode ended with Lyndsey accepting Alan's proposal of marriage. So what's left for the series finale? There have been a lot of rumors floating around about it, including whether or not former star Charlie Sheen will be making an appearance. Sheen's much-publicized departure almost meant the show coming to an end back in 2010 or 2011, but Cryer says he's glad the show managed to continue without Sheen. RELATED: Ashton Kutcher more or less confirms Sheen's return"[Sheen leaving] was so abrupt. It felt like the rug was pulled out from under everybody," says Cryer. "Then it...   Read More... //feedproxy.google.com/~r/Zap2it/~3/nO42AzZss5g/two_and_a_half_men_jon_cryer_conspicuously_left_out_day_series_finale_shooting-2015-02