Brian Falduto

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5 Surprising Things I Learned By Stepping Out Of My Comfort Zone

May 30, 2018
Brian Falduto

“There’s more to all of us than I think we realize.”

Brian Falduto —best known for his iconic line, “You’re tacky and I hate you” in the film School of Rock — is all grown up, and sharing his personal creative and coming out journey to empower young LGBTQ people. Through, his newly launched and International Coach Federation-certified endeavor, called Love Life, he hopes to work with LGBTQ teens to help them work through trauma, access their creativity, and live as their most authentic selves.

When you’re called to make drastic changes in your life, it can be overwhelming for anyone. Breaking out of your comfort zone is scary but necessary to grow. As an actor and singer, even I struggle with breaking out of my comfort zone and taking the steps necessary to grow and become who I want to be. Most recently, a major change for me was moving out of my small East Coast town to West Hollywood.

 

After Playing the Gay Kid in School of Rock, an Actor Adjusts to Life Off Camera

May 30, 2018
Brian Falduto

In 2003, the film School of Rock hit theaters. In it, I played the memorable, sassy role of Billy, better known as Fancy Pants. As aware as I am that I likely wouldn’t make a list of D-list celebrities, it is interesting to note the impact that a role in just one movie has had on my coming of age. Nearly 15 years later, I am still the “gay kid from School of Rock,” but for the first time ever, I’m OK with it. Pushing this humbled experience of fame aside, I believe everyone has a unique and important story to tell. Here’s mine.

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Brian Falduto named one of “the 20 most influential, outspoken, and optimistic individuals on the planet” by PrideLife Magazine (20th Anniversary Issue, June 2018)

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