Falling for Angels
Daniel Franzese: Authentic in His Comedy and His Fashion
from LA Weekly on January 23, 2018
Daniel Franzese has been working in Hollywood for 18 years. Since launching his career in the teen drama Bully and playing the groundbreaking role of HIV-positive Eddie in the HBO series Looking, he is probably best known for his portrayal of Damien in the comedy hit Mean Girls.
Damian From Mean Girls Shares Fan Tattoos and Nail Art
from Teen Vogue on October 3, 2017
In case you’ve been living under a rock since 2004, today, October 3rd, is Mean Girls Day. During a crucial sequence in the immaculate teen flick Mean Girls, heroine Cady Heron (Lindsay Lohan) asks her crush Aaron Samuels (Jonathan Bennet) what day it is. Spoiler: It’s October 3rd.
A New Subscription Box Is Targeting Bigger Guys
from NewNowNext on June 21, 2017
Out actor Daniel Franzese and model Zach MIko are the faces of the Winston Box, offering “awesome garments with a little bit of flair and a lot of attention to detail.”
Actor Daniel Franzese Gets Political on ABC’s ‘Conviction’
from NBC News on October 24, 2016
Out actor Daniel Franzese, best known for his roles in “Mean Girls” and HBO’s “Looking,” is getting political in ABC’s new legal drama, “Conviction.” Franzese plays Jackson Morrison, the brother and confidant of the show’s central character, Hayes Morrison (Hayley Atwell), a former first daughter who leads a team of Conviction Integrity Unit (CIU) investigators.
Daniel Franzese Talks Love, Looking, and God
from Advocate on February 23, 2016
Daniel Franzese made some lovely remarks at a recent fundraiser for Lambda Legal. The Mean Girls and Looking actor, who had love’s wings pinned to his chest at the appropriately titled Love Lounge event, gushed about the recent Valentine’s Day weekend he just enjoyed with his boyfriend.
Out100: Daniel Franzese
from Out on November 9, 2015
Since coming out publicly in 2014, Daniel Franzese — widely recognized as Mean Girls’ fabulous GBF, Damian — has proved to be anything but “too gay to function.” This year the actor embodied the role of Eddie, an instantly lovable, unapologetic HIV-positive bear on the second season of HBO’s Looking, before becoming an ambassador for the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation. Now Franzese is completing the first season of the new ABC Family series Recovery Road, while continuing to voice his support for LGBT causes. “We are different and cool and fierce and strange,” he says. “That’s the beauty of our rainbow.”