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Dan Bucatinsky: I Had This Quest to Prove Them All Wrong

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'Scandal' star Dan Bucatinsky is a gay man AND he plays one on TV.

But Bucatinksy, who co-stars as a journalist who's married to the White House Chief of Staff on the hit ABC show, says the biggest challenge in his adult life doesn't really have much to do with his sexuality. It's being the father of two.

"The things that I was not prepared to handle were things that other new parents are not prepared to handle," said Dan, who's written a book about his experience as a gay dad called "Does This Baby Make Me Look Straight?" says"I was surprised by how normal it all was," and how much of it had nothing to do with the fact that he's gay.

Dan Bucatinsky joins Steve Edwards and Maria Sansone on Good Day L.A.

Fun Facts About Dan Bucatinsky (Source: Wikipedia)

1) Bucatinsky was the writer, producer and star of the 2001 Lions Gate romantic comedy All Over the Guy.

2) He has appeared in episodes of many popular television series, including Curb Your Enthusiasm, Weeds, Friends, NYPD Blue, That '80s Show, Frasier, and Will & Grace, as well as an episode of Grey's Anatomy (where Bucatinsky also serves as a consulting producer), and a recurring role as a gay journalist and husband of the President's Chief of Staff on the 2012 drama, Scandal, for which he won the 2013 Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series.

3) He executive produced and acted in the 2005 HBO series The Comeback along with his producing partner, actress Lisa Kudrow.

4) Web Therapy continued for three seasons on the L Studio and in April 2010 Showtime announced the network would begin airing 30-minute episodes in 2011. Meryl Streep is to be one of the guest actors in Season 4. The first three seasons are available for download on iTunes.

‘Scandal' airs Thursday nights at 10:00pm on ABC.

Twitter: @danbucatinsky

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