One-on-One: Michael Cimino From 'Love, Victor' | Celebrity Page
Michael Cimino's lead role on the Hulu show is inspiring many to be their authentic selves.

Michael's Breakout Role! 🎬

You may recognize Michael from Annabelle Comes Home, and now the actor is taking over our TVs with Love, Victor! The Love, Simon spinoff shows Victor experience a journey of self-discovery. He also comes from a traditional Latino family, and while explaining Victor's upbringing, Michael saying...

"Victor comes from a low-income family. He's not coming from an upper-middle class family where they don't have struggles. They are Latino, a traditional Latino family at that, and he's confused about his sexuality."

The Show Is Inspiring People To Come Out 🏳️‍🌈

The show dropping in the middle of Pride Month and is already having an impact for countless people.

Michael has received a ton of positive feedback on the show, with many close family members and friends opening up to the star.

"It's the biggest honor in my life. I've already been getting text messages from friends that have come out to me. That is like... gosh... like that's so moving... and it's amazing to have an impact like that."

"Be Who You Are... Authentically" ❤️

Love, Victor's message is definitely one of positivity and to inspire everyone to be their true selves no matter what.

"Every coming out story is different and every story is unique. I hope this show inspires people to be who they are. That is a message that transcends race and sexuality. This is a message that needs to speak up and just transcend all of that. Be who you are authentically and you will be the happiest version of yourself."

Love, Victor is out now and streaming on Hulu.

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