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Although he mentioned Halls and their three children during his speech, it wasn’t until a 2014 interview with Details Magazine that he revealed that he and Halls have been married since 2011.The interview was published after Bomer made The Normal Heart.In 1995, he former Huvane Baum Halls with his partners. In 2010, he and his partners started Slate PR, where he has managed campaigns for Law, Neil Patrick Harris and directors Bryan Singer, Ridley Scott and Ang Lee.Ryan Murphy, who directed Bomer in The Normal Heart, was also one of his clients.“Thank you for teaching me what unconditional love is.You will always be my proudest accomplishment.” Bomer and Halls are parents to three children, Kit, Walker and Henry.
Halls graduated from the University of Southern California in 1985, per his Linked In profile. According to his USC Annenberg bio, Halls began his PR career at Warner Bros.Fans of the USA Network television series, White Collar are very much familiar with Matt Bomer, the guy who played the role of Neal Caffrey, the incredibly intelligent and multitalented con artists who supplied secrets to FBI Special Agent Peter Burke. Bomer also has some big screen credits to his name, most notably Magic Mike (2012) and its sequel, Winter’s Tale (2014) and Nice Guy (2016). His sexuality was described in Hollywood as an open secret until in 2012 when he publicly confirmed his sexuality by acknowledging his longtime partner Simon Halls while receiving his Steve Chase Humanitarian Award.The Missouri-born and Houston-raised actor has snapped some coveted awards including the 2015 Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television Film for his role in The Normal Heart. Part of his acceptance speech said;“I’d really especially like to thank my beautiful family: Simon, Kit, Walker, Henry.Matt Bomer, the star of Amazon’s new series The Last Tycoon, is married to Simon Halls, a powerful publicist in Hollywood. The 39-year-old Bomer began his Hollywood career on soap operas, before he gained attention for his recurring role on NBC’s cult series Chuck.That led to his role in USA Network’s White Collar, which ran from 2009 to 2014.