Jake silbermann and van hansis dating
Jake manages to move past disappointment and finds peace.Then his world is turned upside down by an unexpected coincidence. When he gives in to it for once, he ends up hurting someone he didn't realize would become important, a part of him."But I guess I'm jaded — I honestly didn't think it would get so much press.Of course, I'm grateful and honored to be telling this story and doing it in an interesting and respectful way." Hansis and Silbermann also spoke of this aspect regarding their own roles; they detailed what, if anything, they find useful in their lives when creating Luke and Noah.Luke was portrayed by Van Hansis, and Noah was portrayed by Jake Silbermann.
"The fan response has been really great to both the individual characters and where we're taking the relationship," Silbermann stated.Hansis stated, "Luke is all about the need to be loved and accepted. Life is about acceptance from the people who you want to love you.If that means family, a wife, a husband, a girlfriend/boyfriend, a best friend, you just want people to love you for who you are.When Noah Mayer arrived in Oakdale in June 2007 and entranced resident gay character Luke Snyder, CBS's As the World Turns "became the first soap to depict a fully realized romantic male couple as an integral part of the show". Noah was at first presented as heterosexual and devoted to girlfriend Maddie Coleman.Within the story, after spending time with Luke, Noah is seen struggling to come to terms with his sexuality, and is often angry and confused.