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Brazillian native, Rodrigo Ternevoy let a steady job in inance to pursue his passion for acting. Now a regular gay character on Fair City and with upcoming indie horror Red Room about to hit cinemas, he talks about his wedding to his Irish partner, being warned about typecasting, and not always having to push the gay agenda.

I was born in São Caetano do Sul, a city in San Paulo. My parents got divorced when I was 13, so we lived with my mum. My family wasn’t well-off, they were working and paying their bills but we were never really in a very comfortable situation. There was always a bit of difficulty – but that’s most families in Brazil.

I went to college and I graduated in finance. I got a job in a bank and after five years had no English whatsoever. At that stage, my manager was putting pressure on me to learn because I was dealing with American banks. Eventually I thought ‘I need to go abroad and learn English’. So that’s how it started. I began searching for a place to go.

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In our annual Wedding Issue of GCN this month we’ve got lots of wonderous wedding content and lots of other great stuff too! Thinking of getting married abroad? We take a look at some interesting international options. Comedian Margaret Cho tells us about her life as a fearless free-spirit and LGBT advocate ahead of her first- ever Irish gig. Fellow funny gal Kathy Griffin talks Weinstein, disenfranchisement and the fall-out from that picture. Elsewhere, we speak to some LGBTs who opted for unconventional wedding themes (including bikers, Rocky Horror and a Bjork-inspired duo). We present a photographic round-up of all the GALAS winners, and chat to Fair City's latest gay resident, Brazilian actor Rodrigo Ternevoy. Also, we've got all the details about what's hot and what's not in the world.