Jack Dylan Grazer Adopts New Pronouns After Coming Out as Bisexual

The actor voicing Alberto Scorfano in 'Luca' goes public about his sexual orientation when one follower asked if he was gay during an Instagram Live session.

AceShowbiz - Actor Jack Dylan Grazer has "come out" as bisexual and adopted new pronouns.

The "Shazam!" and "It" star went public with the news in a recent Instagram Live session with fans, after one follower asked if he was gay. The 17-year-old simply replied, "I'm bi."

Grazer has since also updated the preferred pronouns used to "he/they" on their Instagram bio.

The nephew of mega producer Brian Grazer was known for his portrayal of Freddy Freeman in "Shazam!". He will reprise the role for "Shazam! Fury of the Gods".

"It's so much fun (to come back to play Freddy)," he previously stated of the opportunity. "When I walked out of the premiere for the first ('Shazam!') at the Grauman's Chinese Theater, I was like, 'Ahhh, I wanna play Freddy again so bad.' "

Grazer has also lent his voice to Alberto Scorfano character in "Luca". Many movie fans have compared this Disney-Pixar film to Luca Guadagnino's 2017 Oscar-winning movie, "Call Me By Your Name".

When asked about his thought over the comparison, Grazer told CinemaBlend, "No, there's no 'Call Me By Your Name' in it. They're friends. Alberto and Luca are friends." He added, "I know for a fact that there will be dirty fanfiction, but I'm not talking about that while I'm promoting the movie."

Grazer's other acting credit included "We Are Who We Are". In the coming-of-age series for HBO, he played 14-year-old queer by the name of Frazer Wilson who moves from New York to a military base in Veneto with his two mothers.

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