Thomas began his television career in 1990, playing the role of Kevin Brady, the son of Greg Brady, on The Bradys, a spin-off of the 1970s TV show The Brady Bunch.
“The Hills'” resident wet blanket, Lo Bosworth, who is now promoting her new lifestyle book “The Lo Down,” hit up “Chelsea Lately” on Wednesday night and made an offhand comment that Jonathan Taylor Thomas might be gay. The one whose Teen Beat poster you kissed every night before you went to sleep. Of course, everyone fled to Google to double check.
Thomas played a gay ’70s teenager in Showtime’s “Common Ground” and a bisexual hustler in “Speedway Junky,” but he says that his comfort with gay characters has nothing to do with his actual sexual orientation.
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In early 2004, Thomas had a guest role on 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter, another ABC sitcom, and appeared in the WB's Smallville in 20.
In 2005, he appeared in UPN's high school detective drama Veronica Mars and was also featured on The E! On March 22, 2013, Thomas guest starred on the second season finale of his third ABC sitcom Last Man Standing, and again in the fourth episode of the third season on October 11, 2013, reuniting with Tim Allen, his TV father from Home Improvement.
Thomas graduated from Columbia University’s School of General Studies in 2010.
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But as the 2000s hit, we started seeing him less and less. Getting older and seeing things clearly is hard man.
In fact, it seems like his filmography — once packed with Christmas favorites like , which reunited him with TV dad Tim Allen. A post shared by Zoë Kravitz (@zoeisabellakravitz) on We’re so glad that Kravitz cracked the case.
As they do, our childhood crushes faded — but not due to anything that he, in particular, did.