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Jonathan Bennett Gay

Jonathan Bennett is from Ohio, that’s where he was born and bred. (Toledo to be more specific). Jonathan Bennett started acting when he was seven years old. At that time he lived in North Carolina and from there he again moved back to Ohio where he went to high school. Pretty soon in college, where he was studying theatre, he dropped out and moved to New York to pursue acting.

Sometime later, he landed a gig on the famous show All My Children. Since then, he has had a string of showings on various TV dramas, including Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Deception and Veronica Mars.

Jonathan Bennett also played Aaron Samuels in the hit movie Mean Girls. But the one where I remember his from is Cheaper by the Dozen 2 and Lovewrecked.

However the question on everybody’s mind these days is whether Jonathan Bennett is gay. I have no idea and I cannot answer that question. But the LGBT community is frying its brains to find this out. What do you think.

    3 Responses to “Jonathan Bennett Gay”

    1. fariezu says:

      Well I thought he was dating (now split up) tht kyle XY guy..he is gay danm it!!..

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