From the SAG-AFTRA Foundation’s At Home with series, a fun, insightful half-hour with Nathan Lane. Nothing more needs to be said. Enjoy.
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Hi. I’ve seen him quite a few times over the years on late night talk shows. He’s always hilarious. He’s one of the funniest people around, I think.
In an interview with the Boston Globe, he said that at age 21 he told his mother that he was gay and she said, “I would rather you were dead.” He said, “I knew you’d understand.” And then, “Once I got her head out of the oven, everything went fine.”