C., as an assistant for a congressman on Capitol Hill.
Emmy award-winning soap actor Greg Rikaart married his longtime boyfriend, TV writer Robert Sudduth, in a beautiful beach ceremony in Maui on Wednesday.
While in college, he spent a semester in Washington, D.
C., as an intern for a congressman on Capitol Hill.
And as a response to the overwhelming support and well wishes from his legions of followers, the 38-year-old hopped on Twitter one final time to give thanks."So much love today.
In a well-worded and poignant caption, Greg welcomed their first child, but also addressed the heartbreaking shootings that occurred earlier that day at the gay club, Pulse, in Orlando, Florida where 49 innocent people died.'We fight hate, fear, bigotry, homophobia and injustice in the world with love, intellect and enlightenment,' wrote the soap opera star.
The television star has tied the knot with his longtime love, TV writer Robert Sudduth, in a stunning ceremony surrounded by family and friends in Maui earlier this week.
The Emmy-winner soap stud took to Twitter to share a photo from his very special day and wrote, "Holy matrimony" as a caption to the romantic shot. Mahalo, as they say here on Maui."Just last month, Rikaart got candid with the Gay Stars News and revealed that he hopes producers of I think it would be more socially responsible than just bringing on a gay character—to have someone on the canvas that the audience knows and thinks of as family and takes that (coming out) journey."Congratulations to the newlyweds!
Although he attended the Los Angeles Gay & Lesbian Center’s An Evening With Women event last month, this appears to be the first time he has addressed his sexuality publicly.
Their first youngster, a child, was conceived June 12, 2016, by means of surrogacy.
Greg Rikaart is an American actor, famous for his role in Kevin Fisher on the popular soap opera The Young and the Restless, along with CSI: Miami and The Closer.
Rikaart was born on February 26, 1977, in Brooklyn, New York, USA.
He graduated with distinction from Villanova University in Pennsylvania.