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Actor Zachary Quinto and ‘Glee’ actor Jonathan Groff split up

On Thursday, July 18th, 2013

The Cinema Society & BlackBerry Host A Screening Of Magnolia Pictures' "Shadow Dancer" - ArrivalsActor Zachary Quinto and his boyfriend “Glee” actor Jonathan Groff became a Hollywood gay power couple after revealing that they were dating back in September of 2012. But their Hollywood schedules caught up to them and the two have reportedly broken up according to US Weekly on July 18.

Quinto has had a busy summer and his career seems to be taking off after the release of his latest Star Trek film. Quinto is also preparing to make his Broadway debut in “The Glass Menagerie” in the fall. A source told US Weekly that the couples decision to part was not an easy decision but the work load grew to be too much for them both.

“Zach being away and filming was not easy on them. Now he’s going to be in New York with his new play [The Glass Menagerie]. They really loved each other, so it wasn’t an easy split.”

Groff is busy himself with as one of the stars of a new HBO series set to debut in 2014. The dramedy will represent multiple aspect of gay life. Part of gay life is finding love and sometimes having that love not work out. Groff is also busy consoling his close friend Lea Michele who is grieving the death of her boyfriend and his former “Glee” co-star Cory Monteith.

In an interview with Out magazine, Quinto opened up about finding someone like Groff. He talked about his failures in past relationships and how he was glad to finally find someone ready to be in a relationship.

“I had to do a lot of work on the couch to really get to a place where I was able to sow up to a relationship with someone who was actually capable of being in one – and that took a lot of trial and error.”

Both Quinto and Groff really did love each other but life just seemed to get in the way. These things happen in the busy demands of Hollywood stardom.

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