Stranger Things' David Harbour shares happiness for Noah Schnapp for coming out
Stranger Things star David Harbour has shared his delight for Noah Schnapp after the actor came out.
Schnapp, who plays Will Byers on the Netflix show, came out as gay last month with a humorous TikTok video, in which he referenced Will’s ongoing arc on the series.
Harbour, who plays Jim Hopper on the sci-fi series, expressed his happiness for his co-star in an interview with E! News.
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“I'm always happy for people that are true to themselves and come out," he said of the announcement. "That was terrific.”
The video saw Schnapp miming over a popular TikTok meme, with the caption reading: “When I finally told my friends and family I was gay after being scared in the closet for 18 years and all they said was, 'We Know'. I guess I'm more similar to Will than I thought.”
Harbour isn’t the only Stranger Things cast member to congratulate Schnapp, with Finn Wolfhard saying: “When I saw it, I just had a big smile on my face. I was just really proud of him.”
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Though the fifth and final season is still quite some time away from hitting our screens, Sadie Sink nevertheless teased what could be expected in the final stretch following Max’s shock twist at the end of the fourth season.
“We know that it’s happening and that it’s the last season, so it’s going to be emotional, I’m sure,” she began. “[My last scenes] are going to be awful. It’s going to be horrible.
“These kids, this entire cast and crew, it’s family. People say that all the time, but I genuinely mean it. And to think that we have to say goodbye to that security and knowing that we’re not going to be seeing each other for another season?" she added. "But I think it’s exciting to move onto the next chapter."
Stranger Things seasons 1-4 are now streaming worldwide on Netflix.
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