Daniel Day Lewis gay: Hollywood’s dark horse

The other day I was watching the academy awards ceremony and the one who drew my attention was Daniel Day-Lewis. This versatile actor had his tryst with the Oscars before. However, there is a major question about him that is all over the net and that’s is Daniel Day Lewis gay or not?  Who cares, says his fans! And they are right. Whether Daniel Day Lewis gay or not does not bother them. He is a fantastic actor and that’s what they care about.  You must have heard about him but did you know that he has a British-Irish citizenship? He was a student of the Old Vic Theatre School at Bristol. Daniel is really a talented guy. You know why I say this? It is because he has got a Golden Globe award and 3 BAFTA awards along with the coveted Academy awards. It has made him choosy about his roles even though he is in the industry for the previous 10 years. He is an actor who devotes himself completely for a movie he signs and gives a stellar performance. However, Day-Lewis is not a guy who likes to expose his private life to the media. So it will be tough for anyone to know is Daniel Day Lewis gay or not? You may know about his liaison with Isabelle Adjani. The couple stayed together for 6 years and went through a break up followed with a reunion. They had their first child in 1995. Well, while finding an answer to the query is Daniel Day Lewis gay or not let me tell you something more about this versatile actor. Day-Lewis met Rebecca Miller, the daughter of eminent writer Arthur Miller in 1996. They bonded well and had two children eventually. He appeared in the award winner film Gandhi in 1981. There he plays the role of a street bully who harasses the protagonist and is reprimanded by his mother. In 1984, he acted in The Bounty. It was after this film that he joined the eminent Royal Shakespeare Company. He used to depict the role of Romeo in the eternal tale of two star-crossed lovers. You will be amazed to know how diametrically opposite types of roles Lewis has portrayed on stage. The actor who acted in the love struck admirer of Juliet put on the mantle of Dracula in the stage play “The Count”. He even essayed a gay role, which required him to pt on a punk look in My Beautiful Laundrette. His part in the famous film ‘A Room with a View’ got him much accolades. He has achievements like ‘The Unbearable Lightness of Being’ and ‘My Left Foot’ in his kitty that has fetched him many awards.