Is the Real Housewives‘ reign of terror finally over?Bravo has greenlit its first scripted program, an hour-long dramedy from Glee and Buffy the Vampire Slayer writer Marti Noxon called Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce.While most celebrities are open about their sexuality, some celebs remain private about it, and some fall the victim of the false rumors!One of many celebrities who has been a prey to false gay/lesbian assumptions is an actress and Stand-up Comedienne, Janeane Garofalo.“I always beg my agents or even friends that are working on projects, 'Are there any good male parts?Let me audition for that.' There's no reason why there has to be a specific gender for that part.For two decades, trivia listings on Wikipedia, IMDB and other websites listed Janeane Garofalo as married.Despite her many jokes and serious statements over the years on stand-up comedy stages, TV shows and other appearances to the contrary, in which the comedian and actress claimed she’d never get married, Garofalo had been married for 20 years — to her then-boyfriend and writer on , Robert Cohen.
(The two were drunk at the time and didn't believe the ceremony was binding.) Garofalo has continued to work as a stand-up comedian in a variety of formats in recent years, and has spoken openly about the Hollywood double standard when it comes to older actresses and women in general.She had plumped lips and a puffy face, which led the media to assume she had gone under the knife.Caption: Janeane Garofalo, walking around NY city with a noticeable change on her face.Janeane has also appeared in TV shows 'The Ben Stiller Show' (1992) and 'Two And a Half Men' (2007).
Additionally, she has also been a part of some documentaries, like 'New York: A Documentary Film' (1999) and 'Sticky: A (Self) Love Story (2016).
She has been in many tabloids as a rumored 'gay/lesbian.' However, she doesn't belong to that sexuality; instead, she has a funny storytime to share with her fans that she was married for twenty years.