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Nyle was born in Queens, New York City, USA. He has 2 brothers, one is his twin, who looks nothing like him. He is the 4th generation in a deaf family. He moved to Maryland where he attended and graduated from Maryland School for the Deaf. He graduated later on from Gallaudet University, which is the only university for deaf people in the world. After learning and absorbing on how to model and to really strike photos, Nyle discovered his natural talent and his love for modeling. Nyle is an actor. He has acted as a main role for an independent film In the Can under ASL Films production. He is also acting for “Switched at Birth” under ABC Family as Garrett. He will continue acting.
Nyle DiMarco is Deaf. He strongly believes that being Deaf is a huge advantage to his talents because of his native language, American Sign Language (ASL). American Sign Language requires the use of facial expressions and body language expressions. With the rules of ASL immersed into his soul, it helps to bring out stories from a modeling photo, and makes for an interesting character when acting. He reads lips well and is extremely easy to work with.
When a fan of the show and one of his more than 33,000 Twitter followers tweeted: “Nyle you have so much gays fans! Tell us, boys or girls?” Nyle replied “fluid,” along with a link to an Everyday Feminism article entitled, “How Fluid Sexuality Fits into the LGBTQIA+ Spectrum.” When it comes to matters of the heart, his preferences are in a state of shift.
What is sexually fluid: ‘Fluid has no fixed shape, but it still has a fixed volume and consistency. So it may be with fluid sexuality—just because a person may prefer men right now doesn’t mean that will hold true for the rest of their life or even the rest of the week. It may also be the case that some people are just wired to be more fluid and others are wired to have a more fixed sexual orientation. In either case, the person didn’t make a conscious decision about how they’d grow to express their sexuality.’
Nyle is certainly not the first ANTM contestant to challenge the norm in terms of sexual identification while partaking in the competition. In the show’s 22 cycles, numerous contestants have come out as gay, lesbian, and transgender, including Cycle 5’s Kim Stolz, who was the first contestant in the show’s history to identify as a lesbian during the competition. Isis King, a contestant during the show’s 11th season, was the first transgender female contestant to grace Bank’s televised photoshoots.
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