Zachary Quinto and Jonathan Groff are proof that opposites attract! Well, at least when it comes to their resumes.
Quinto is known as the villainous Sylar on "Heroes" and the angry ghost Chad on "American Horror Story" while Groff is most well-known for his Broadway-tested pipes as Melchior in "Spring Awakening" and Jesse St. James in "Glee." But, as the coverboy of the 20th anniversary issue of Out magazine, Quinto recently revealed the two are a couple! And he's feeling "incredibly happy" and "incredibly lucky."
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He doesn't reveal any more details about their budding relationship, so we're not sure how the two met or how long they've been together. But seeing as both "Glee" and "American Horror Story" are filmed in the same studios (Lea Michele has paid her friends Jenna Dewan and Adam Levine a quick visit) — it's not unreasonable to think that's where their paths crossed.
But if there's one thing that Quinto isn't afraid to open up about, it's his identity as a gay man in Hollywood.
"One of the most defining conversations that I had with myself was that absolutely no good can come from me staying quiet about [my sexuality]. Literally, no good can come from it. But if I take the step to make the acknowledgment and be honest, so much good could potentially come from it," he said.
The 35-year-old actor will be busy in the coming year, reprising his role as Spock in the "Star Trek" sequel, "Star Trek Into Darkness" and director Karyn Kusama's latest thriller The Invitation" with Topher Grace and Johnny Galecki. But luckily for Groff, Quinto still has his eyes on the bigger picture.
"I definitely want kids…I want to share," he said.