Johnny galecki and sara gilbert dating
Sara Gilbert has been very open about her sexuality in recent years, but there was a time early on in her career when she wasn't quite as comfortable letting people know who she really was. "And I thought he was super cute and had a total crush on him, and we started dating, and he would come over, and we would make out, and then I would start to get depressed." She continued: "Johnny felt badly, I think, and started to take it personally and didn't know what was going on.
The two also dated in real life when they were in their teens, and have remained good friends.In 1984, Sara took the last name Gilbert for Paul Gilbert, her mother's first husband.Gilbert also has two older siblings on her father's side, sister Patrice and brother Joseph.Sara Gilbert (born Sara Rebecca Abeles; January 29, 1975) is an American actress, best known for her role as Darlene Conner on the ABC sitcom Roseanne from 1988 to 1997, for which she received two Primetime Emmy Award nominations.Gilbert will reprise the role in 2018 for an eight episode revival Her mother is the daughter of The Honeymooners creator Harry Crane. Her two older siblings on her mother's side, Melissa Gilbert and Jonathan Gilbert, were stars of Little House on the Prairie.Long before Sara Gilbert joined "The Talk" and Johnny Galecki landed the role of Leonard Hofstadter on "The Big Bang Theory," the two starred side-by-side on the classic TV sitcom "Roseanne." On screen, Gilbert and Galecki's characters dated and eventually married (well, before the series-ender switcheroo that changed all of that). The duo dated, but it didn't go any further than that.
That's because, as Gilbert revealed on "The Talk" Thursday morning, it was during her dating days with Galecki when she first discovered she was gay.
While Gilbert feared Hollywood backlash about her sexuality, he kept her secret.
And his support has continued, which he proved when she contacted him about her plan to discuss their relationship and her personal struggles since coming out in 2010 on "The Talk." "I called him and I just said, 'Is it okay — I'm thinking of talking about this," Gilbert said, adding, "The story sort of starts with you.
But, for example, even when I got engaged, there was a piece of me that was like, ' Oh, wow, I've gotta say this now to everybody.'" PHOTOS: Celebrity LGBT allies "I want to live a true life," she concluded.
"And beyond that, I guess I just want people to know that we do often say things like 'it gets better' -- and it does get better. But I want people to know that there can still be a struggle with it, and that's okay. There can be a part of you that doesn't want to be different or feel scared.
"So I'll try to act confident or I'll make jokes about it, but there's still a piece of me that goes, ' Well, what is this costing me in career?