He acted in Boy George and Mark Davies' musical, "Taboo," at The Venue Theatre in Leicester Square, London, England with Gemma Craven, Matt Lucas, Mark White, Paul Baker, Declan Bennett, Joe Docherty, Michele Hooper, Drew Jaymson, Gail McKinnon, and Mark McGee in the cast. Christopher Renshaw was director.
2 Interviews |
2 Magazine Cover Photos |
5' 11¾" (1.82 m)
Evans (Lewis), Yvonne
| Evans, David
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[in a September 3, 2002, interview with Paris Barclay in the magazine The Advocate, when asked about whether might be different to be an openly gay actor in the U.K. than in America?] Well, it depends on how big you are. It's not a big issue, and it's never going to be a big issue for me; whether I'm successful or if I weren't successful, at least I'll never have that skeleton in the closet they ...
While Evans was a cast member in the London production of the musical "Taboo," he was interviewed in a 2002 issue of the gay news magazine "The Advocate" by writer and director Paris Barclay. Evans told Barclay that he is an openly gay man, and talked about his experience being raised in a small southern Welsh village, Aberbargoed, by parents who belonged to the Jehovah's Witness church. However,...