Queer As Folk’s Gale Harold Smolders In Gay Thriller “Kiss Me, Kill Me”

Harold plays opposite out actor Van Hansis in a film noir about love, betrayal and murder. You know, the usual.

Over a decade after Queer As Folk ended, Gale Harold is bringing another gay character to life in the thriller Kiss Me, Kill Me.


He stars alongside out actor Van Hansis (As The World Turns, Eastsiders) in a modern day film noir that sees the two as a troubled couple in West Hollywood: Dusty (Hensis) blacks out while confronting his unfaithful boyfriend, Stephen (Harold). When he comes to, Stephen is dead and he’s the prime suspect.

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Of course that doesn’t mean he’s the ONLY suspect: Directed by Casper Andreas (The Big Gay Musical) and written by David Michael Barrett (Such Good People), Kiss Me Kill Me features a bevy of gay faves, including Jai Rodriguez (Queer Eye), Matthew Ludwinski (Going Down in La La Land), Yolonda Ross (The Get Down), Tom Lenk (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Jonathan Lisecki (Gayby), Drag Race favorite Shangela, and Hansis’ Eastsiders co-star Kit Williamson.

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After a successful Kickstarter campaign, Kiss Me, Kill Me has been playing the festival circuit and will come to DVD and VOD later this year.


Kiss Me, Kill Me plays the Fresno Film Festival on September 22, the Palm Springs LGBTQ Film Festival on September 23 and the Barcelona International LGBT Film Festival on October 1.

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