Remember that rich little snob Waldo from the iconic 1990s film "The Little Rascals"? Well, you're never going to be able to watch that movie the same way again.
Blake Mciver Ewing has apparently done a lot of growing up over the years and is now apparently living his life as a proud gay man. He is also a regular fixture on "The People's Couch," providing witty commentary about television shows and viral clips alongside openly gay entertainer Scott Nevins.
"When I was 14 I came very close to becoming a gay teen suicide 'statistic' but I then turned to music, my piano, my loved ones, and discovered that it does in fact get better," the actor noted in a YouTube description of him performing a poignant anti-bullying song. "But that being said, I believe we must raise awareness to protect the LGBT teens who are still being physically and verbally assaulted and fear for their lives every day. We also have a responsibility to end this suicide epidemic."
Happy Halloween from a gay-laxy far far away!! pic.twitter.com/pFOAwoFf
— Blake McIver (@blakemciver) November 1, 2012