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However, Cameron was questioned regarding his sexuality as he flawlessly portrayed the character of the gay in 'Shameless' So, in the year 2013, he erased the dilemma of every single person with his Twitter post. She stated:
"This is the only time I will answer this here: No, I'm not gay. Yes, I play a gay character. No, the question should not be relevant."
"Thanks for the kind words, everyone. It feels a bit odd to 'come out' as a straight guy."
Here is an interview with Cameron Monaghan on Bellus Magazine:
As the star is very secretive regarding his relationship status we are heading forward to see Cameron emotionally linked with his soulmate soon in days to come.
E! News exclusively reported in January 2019 that Monaghan and Disney Channel star Peyton List called it quits over the holiday season.
Though the pair didn't announce their break publicly, it seems everything is over.
The couple started dating in 2017 when they met on the set of Anthem of a Teenage Prophet. She recalled their relationship with Build Series,
"The whole cast, we all shared a trailer and were all in the same hotel. It was a small town, two and a half hours away from Vancouver, so we all really got to know each other and all became so close. And then sort of in the middle of it, Cameron and I started realizing we liked each other and started dating after."
"He's so understanding which is so nice and I am too. We're always like, 'If work comes up, that's fine, that comes first.' I can't imagine having someone who isn't [an actor], but I'm sure they would understand eventually, but it would be difficult."
They went public about their relationship in September 2017 during their trip to Disneyland.
Quick Facts about Cameron Monaghan
Born on 16 August 1993 in Santa Monica, California as the only child of his parents.
Enrolled Addison Mizner Elementary School and initiated his acting career in Children's Theatre's Productions.
Resides in the Los Angeles area since he was 10 years of age.
First came in the eye of media in 2003 portraying the role of Winthrop Paroo in ABC's The Music Man.
Earned Young Artist Award in the category of Best Young Television Actor in a Recurring Role for Malcolm in the Middle.