Are caitlin crosby and zachary levi dating
He flat out corrected an interviewer who referred to him as religious, saying he prefers spiritual. I was going to add that one can be a Christian without being a full on fundie flat-earther, and there are gay christians, so let's give him some benefit of the doubt.
I believe his younger sister though is very much in the zealot camp though. Rumor has it that she and Hiddleston dated briefly, but it never took off, which maybe suggests some compatibility issues (though they are still Twitter friends).
Maybe I am spoiled by living in my big liberal city, but it is easier than ever to just be out. Yeah I know we all have to eat and drive jaguars, but seriously, I call them on it.
Hollywood seems to persist in being really closety though, and for a supposedly liberal industry (maybe it isn't? There seem to be no shortage of sad closet cases, and powerful actors who have plenty of fuck you money and can afford to come out of the closet, seem highly reluctant to do so. This is a sincere question and I want to understand why this toxicity persists in a place where all logic says it shouldn't. Maybe these actors are just hyper-conservative in their own way and want to be company men at all costs? And yes, now that I think of it, 70% of Marvel's sales are overseas and from places that are distinctly not LA. Peregrym took him as her date to the Canadian Screen Awards, are we to take this as more proof of her suspected non-heterosexuality? Levi seems to make friends with most people easily, so I doubt they only tolerate each other for appearances.
Shekinah is his assistant, and is popular and well thought of.
There was the proselytizing quote from Levi that you can find on Wikipedia, but it was from 2002.
He is certainly interested in religion even while he professes to be an atheist. All this said, we know nothing about TH's religious beliefs.
It is a subject he carefully avoids along with anything else that could ever be construed as controversial.
As for Alain de Botton, is he really the atheist du jour?
The argument he makes in his book is that religion is pretty useful and good for you, even if you are not a true believer.