Farley Granger | 20 Gay Hollywood Legends | Purple Clover #hollywoodlegends
Farley Granger | 20 Gay Hollywood Legends | Purple CloverHe projected sexual ambiguity as the tennis pro in 1951's "Strangers on a Train" and went on to become a gay icon. But Farley Granger kept his personal life private until 2007 when, at 81, he released the tell-all "Include Me Out." Among its revelations were his liaisons with Ava Gardner and Leonard Bernstein. The book was co-written by Robert Calhoun, Granger's partner at the time of his death in 2011.