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Many of his sayings are legendary and it appeared that he could have any woman. We are consciously talking about the role of "Barney Stinson", not about the actor who plays him. Because Neil Patrick Harris made his homosexuality known in 2006, meanwhile he and his partner David Burtka are married.

Another series star after the turn of the millennium makes no secret of the fact that he is gay. "The Big Bang Theory" star Jim Parsons, known as "Dr. Sheldon Cooper “Has made millions of viewers laugh for over a decade, has been dating Todd Spiewak since 2002. The two have also been married since 2017.

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Long before Harris and Parsons, Elton John was in the spotlight. After marrying a German sound engineer, the Englishman confessed to being gay. He has been married to David Furnish since 2014 - but recently worries about the showman's health have been growing.

Actor Jochen Schropp, now also known as the presenter of “Celebrity Big Brother” and “Sat.1 Breakfast TV” alongside Marlene Lufen, came out in 2018 after people from his environment advised him not to take this step. In the meantime, however, Schropp has become an integral part of the Sat.1 team. We introduce you to all the moderators on breakfast television here!

In politics, Klaus Wowereit, former mayor of Berlin, was one of the men who led the way with their homosexuality. The SPD man was also deputy federal chairman of his party for four years. Wowereit was in a relationship with Jörn Kubicki for almost three decades. The neurosurgeon died of the coronavirus in 2020 - here we show you which celebrities we had to say goodbye to in 2020!

>> #actout: Almost 200 German actors come out! <<

There was a big, perhaps groundbreaking bang for the community on February 5, 2021, when 185 German actors declared themselves gay, lesbian, bisexual, queer, non-binary in a manifest in the “Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazin” under the hashtag #actout and trans outed. Among them: Mark Waschke, Ulrich Matthes, Jonathan Berlin, Godehard Giese, and Jaecki Schwarz.