Matt Bomer Relationship: American Horror Story Star Matt Bomer was born in Webster Groves, Missouri, on October 11, 1977. His parents were Elizabeth Macy and John Bomer IV. His father was chosen by the Dallas Cowboys in the draft and played for the team from 1972 to 1974. Bomer had a sister, Megan, and a brother, Neil when he was growing up.
When Bomer was a child, his family moved to Spring, Texas. He went to Klein High School. In school, he played football, but then he decided to focus on acting. At age 17, he made his stage debut in a production of “A Streetcar Named Desire” by Tennessee Williams at Houston’s Alley Theatre.
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Matt Bomer Relationship
When the White Collar star hired Halls to be his publicist, that was the first time they met. They hit it off right away and started dating soon after. Even though Bomer had to find a new publicist, he ended up with a partner who would become his husband in 2011. Matt Bomer and Simon Halls got married in 2011 in a private ceremony.
He’s Been Married to Bomer Since 2011
Matt Bomer has been married to Halls since 2011. When they got married, only their “nearest and dearest” were there. But they didn’t tell the public about their marriage until 2014 when Bomer wrote about it in an issue of Details.
Later, in 2016, Bomer told PEOPLE that he and Halls grow their love “one day at a time” and get ideas from how his grandparents were with each other. “My grandparents just celebrated their 68th wedding anniversary, so I watch how they show their love for each other every day and try to do the same. They’ve shown me a pretty good way to do things “he said.
He and Bomer Have 3 Sons
Kit, born in 2005, and twins Henry and Walker, born in 2008, are Bomer and Halls’ three sons. As Halls told PEOPLE before, the couple wants to help their sons develop their creativity. Halls said, “We go to art museums and read art books.” “We have a lot of art and photography books.”
Bomer and Halls are happy to help their kids explore their creative sides, but they aren’t trying to get them into the spotlight. The American Horror Story actor said, “I don’t want anyone to go on stage any time soon.” “I want them to grow up in a nice, normal way.” Halls added, “All little boys are little hams.” “That has nothing to do with genes. It has to do with gender.”