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Is there anything Chris Colfer can't do? The openly gay star of Glee is a singer, actor, author, and an awesome LGBTQ and anti-bullying advocate! His portrayal of Kurt Hummel on the smash Fox series Glee won him several awards, including Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Miniseries or Television Film at the 2011 Golden Globe Awards and three consecutive People’s Choice Awards for Favorite Comedic TV Actor in 2013, 2014, and 2015. In April 2011, Colfer was named one of the 2011 Time 100, Time magazine's list of the 100 most influential people. Even though Glee is over, we're still Gleeking out over everything Chris Colfer! Follow Pride for all the latest on the young star!

Chris Colfer Reflects on Having to Come Out After Taking Glee Role

He compared his situation in 2009 to what recently happened with Kit Connor.

Would Chris Colfer Ever Write a Book About His Time on Glee?

The actor broached the topic during a recent interview.

Lea Michelle, Chris Colfer and Cory Monteith to Graduate from Glee and Move On

Beloved Glee characters Rachel, Kurt and Finn will “Kiss Today Goodbye” come graduation and won’t return for another season of the juggernaut show. Creator Ryan Murphy has revealed that the characters played by series regulars Lea Michele, Chris Colfer, and Cory Monteith will be graduating at the end of the upcoming season and won’t be returning for season 4.

'Glee'ks Converge in Beverly Hills: Naya Rivera on 'Brittana,' Jane Lynch, Chris Colfer and More...

Our favorite kids from McKinley High made their second consecutive visit to the Paley Center’s annual Paley Fest on Wednesday night to discuss their character arcs and what may be in store for Season three. Jane Lynch was unapologetic about her brilliantly played character, Coach Sue Sylvester.  She mentioned envious teachers telling her, “I wish I could say what you say.”  She hinted that she will be spearheading “The League of Doom,” in a future episode, comprised of all of Will’s enemies, which will include his ex wife Terri Schuester (played by Jessalyn Gilsig). Naya Rivera touched on Santana's lesbian revelation and said she'd love a Brittany and Santana spin-off.

Jane Lynch and Chris Colfer Talk Golden Globes Nominations: Video

Glee stars Jane Lynch and Chris Colfer had a lot to say about their Golden Globe nominations, with Lynch weighing in on the Ed O’Neill Emmy nom controversy and Colfer telling fans who want to see him make out with costar Darren Criss: “Calm down, perverts.” “I’m glad it’s over,” Lynch said when asked about Ed O’Neill’s interview with TV Guide Canada, which was twisted around to appear like he said Lynch didn’t deserve her Emmy and his Modern Family costar Sofia Vergara did.

'Glee's' Chris Colfer Talks Gay Bullying with the Ladies of 'The View'

In honor of Memorial Day, producers of The View invited a military-only audience to enjoy the show, with guests including outspoken liberal comedian Sarah Silverman and gay Glee star Chris Colfer. Colfer talked to the ladies of The View about being bullied in school (it happened "every day," he says) and the loving relationship between his character Kurt and his TV dad.