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Edgar Allan Guzman shares his gaydar has gotten better

  • Edgar Allan Guzman mastered his gaydar.
  • Guzman noted that his gay brother became a huge factor why he has a good gaydar.
  • He pointed out that he will still appreciate closeted gays as long as they respect him.

Edgar Allan Guzman started his showbiz career in 2006. He mastered the act of interacting with his co-workers and shared that his gaydar had gotten better.

He, however, remain respectful of them amid sexual preferences just as long as they do the same toward him.

Edgar Allan explained his being observant.

Guzman pointed out that his gay brother became a huge factor why he has a good gaydar.

“Sigurong malaking factor na ang kuya ko ay gay kaya siguro observant din ako at malakas ang kutob. Pero ako naman, sa kaso ng kuya ko, proud ako sa kanya. Actually, siya nga ang mostly peg ko sa mga gay roles. Mahal na mahal ko siya at mataas ang respeto ko sa kanya.”

Edgar Allan shared his reservations in assuming gay roles, for now.

Guzman played a gay “Crying Diva,” Mark in the 43rd Metro Manila Film Festival entry, Deadma Walking. The movie was about John (Joross Gamboa), a terminally-ill gay man who faked his own death to attend his own funeral and hear his family and friends’ eulogies.

Before this, he was scared to portray gay roles due to being typecast.

“Hindi naman sa takot ma-typecast.­ Siguro, pa­hinga lang pero kung may magandang offers, bakit naman ako tatanggi?”


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