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Nicholas Galitzine & Leo Woodall bond over their gay sex scenes

Variety‘s “Actors On Actors” interview series is back, pairing together two awards hopefuls for a typically delightful conversation.Over the weekend, Variety dropped one of its most charming “Actors On Actors” to date, featuring heartthrobs Nicholas Galitizine (stumping for both Mary & George and Red, White & Royal Blue) and Leo Woodall (One Day).Aside from them both being dashing British actors in their late-twenties who’ve had real breakout career moments in the past few years, the true brilliance of the coupling came when they both revealed they had previously auditioned for one another’s roles.Subscribe to our newsletter for your front-row seat to all things entertainment with a sprinkle of everything else queer.Yup, Woodall read for the titular part of George Villiers in the buzzy Starz miniseries Mary & George… which eventually went to Galitzine!And Galitizine could have played “cheeky nephew” Jack in season two of The White Lotus… had Woodall not nabbed the part! (For those keeping track, that would’ve been—spoiler!—yet another queer role for Galitzine).Though the actors jokingly played up their rivalry after discovering they support different English football teams, its turns out they have way more in common than either realized.And that’s not all they share: Both stars are apparently very comfortable with stripping down on camera and filming gay sex scenes.Woodall, of course, gave us all the gag of the 2022 TV season on The White Lotus when Jennifer Coolidge’s Tanya McQuoid accidentally walked in on his character Jack going to town on who we thought was his uncle Quentin (Tom Hollander).

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