Daniel Franzese Says He's Not Ready to Say Goodbye to HBO’s "Looking"


Recently, openly gay actor Daniel Franzese spoke with Greg in Hollywood about his role in "Looking: The Movie" which is based on HBO's drama series, "Looking". Franzese shares that he's not ready to let go of his character of Eddie and that working on the finale in San Francisco with his co-stars Jonathan Groff, Russell Tovey, Frankie J.Alvarez and Murray Bartlett was ‘bittersweet.’

Greg in Hollywood writes:
Franzese joined the series in season two as a man who volunteers at a homeless shelter for LGBTI youth and becomes the love interest of Agustin (Alvarez). ‘I thought we were doing something really important with the HIV storyline especially and I hope that characters like Eddie can continue to inspire more HIV storylines,’ Franzese said. ‘Because with 1.2 million people in America that are HIV positive, one or two characters on TV is just not enough and unacceptable.’ more here!
The series lasted two seasons and had a great cast: Jonathan Groff, Frankie J. Alvarez, Murray Bartlett, Russell Tovey, Raúl Castillo, O. T. Fagbenle, Chris Perfetti and Scott Bakula!

Looking: The Movie debuts Saturday, July 23 at 10PM on HBO.

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