Jack Dylan Grazer came out as bi and cried out “Silenzio, Bruno!”
This profile is part of Queerty’s 2021 Out For Good series, recognizing public figures who’ve had the courage to come out and make a difference in the past year, in celebration of National Coming Out Day on October 11.Name: Jack Dylan Grazer, 18Bio: Grazer is an actor whose breakthrough role came playing Eddie Kaspbrak in the 2017 film adaptation of the Stephen King novel It, and its 2019 sequel. He went on to star on the CBS series Me, Myself, and I, and appeared in the 2019 film Shazam! In 2020, he showed full dramatic range as pansexual Frazer Wilson in Luca Guadagnino’s very queer HBO series, We Are Who We Are. This year, he voiced Alberto in the Disney-Pixar film Luca, which is also arguably pretty queer.