Wentworth, 35, and Luke, 27, started their day off together by visiting printing store Kinko’s, where the star surfed the web.
Afterwards the pair grabbed some drinks from Starbucks and headed to a small art gallery in Culver City.
It was a devastating shock to many of his female fans, but in the end, they supported his decision.
And why wouldn't they, it takes a lot of strength to come out.
Macfarlane attended London Central Secondary School with twin sister Ruth and older sister Rebecca. Pearson School for the Arts, The production was cited by the 2005 GLAAD Media Awards for Outstanding New York Theatre: Broadway and Off-Broadway. Premiere at the Skirball Cultural Center from February 7–11 of 2007.
He also appeared with Jill Clayburgh and Hamish Linklater in the off-Broadway production of The Busy World is Hushed, again at Playwrights Horizons, in Summer 2006. Macfarlane was part of the one-night celebrity performed staging of Howard Ashman's unproduced musical Dreamstuff.
In October, Wentworth went on to deny any gay rumors in an interview with German In Style magazine, adding that he would like to have a girlfriend and a family, but for the time being he wanted to focus on acting.
According to the Perez Hilton June 24, 2007 article: “Wentworth and Luke have been secretly dating for almost six months now,” says an impeccable source close to the pair.
Wentworth Miller hangs out actor pal Luke Mac Farlane in Los Angeles on Saturday.
According to spywitnesses, the pair first avoided being photographed together, but eventually walked down the street together with a smile.
The situation is in no way acceptable, and I cannot in good conscience participate in a celebratory occasion hosted by a country where people like myself are being systematically denied their basic right to live and love openly.
Miller spoke at a Human Rights Campaign gala soon after coming out, where he opened up about a teenage suicide attempt, and how, as an adult, he feared that coming out would negatively impact his career.
The musical was re-imagined by Howard's partners Marsha Malamet and Dennis Green and performed one night only at Los Angeles' Hayworth Theatre as part of the Bruno Kirby celebrity reading series, directed by actor Michael Urie.