Brett Chukerman, born August 1, 1981, in Chicago, Illinois, is an American actor, perhaps best known for playing Marc in the romantic comedy "Eating Out 2: Sloppy Seconds."
Chukerman's first acting role came when he was only 18, when he starred in MTV's "Undressed" playing Scott in the episode "Three's a Crowd."
At 19, Chukerman landed a role in the low-budget thriller "Dead 7" as Harley. This then followed by a few more independent films such as "Return to Innocence (2001)", "Boys to Men (2001)," and "Crush (2000)."
Chukerman got his big break when he landed the part of Marc in the high-profile gay romantic comedy "Eating Out 2" and has a major fan following. Furthermore, he appeared in another gay-themed movie "The Curiosity of Chance" as Levi.
Though Chukerman is straight, he has played many gay roles and is very comfortable playing it, that led many people to believe he's gay.
He says, "I'm a firm believer of what people see on screen, the persona that people know- that's a part of me, it's not all me. I like to keep a mystery about me. I want to be everyone's fantasy, it's part of my job. My personal life stays personal so I don't escape out of anyone's dreams at night. That's my job. To keep people interested, titillated and excited and my personal life is separate from that."
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